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Furnivall, F.
Furnivall, F. J.
Furnivall, Fred. James
Furnivall, Frederick
Furnivall, Frederick J.
Furnivall, Frederick James
Furnivall, Frederick John
Furnivall, Fredk. J.
Furnivall, J.
Dates: 
1825-1910
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Caxton, William
Chaucer, Geoffrey (1340?-1400)
Clarke, Francis William (1879-)
Clouston, W. A. (1843-1896)
Clouston, William Alexander (1843-1896)
Fish, Simon
George Fabyan Collection (Library of Congress)
Lydgate, John (1370?-1451?)
Munro, John James
Roxburghe Club
Salverda de Grave, J. J.
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)
Viles, Edward
Withington, Lothrop (1856-1915)
Titles: 
anatomie of the bodie of man, The
Arthur, a short sketch of his life and history in English verse of the first half of the fifteenth century
babees' book, The : medieval manners for the young
Ballads and romances
Ballads from manuscripts.
bibliography of Robert Browning, from 1833 to 1881 [microform], A
Bishop Percy's folio manuscript.
Book of curtesye
book of Quinte Essence or the Fifth Being, The : that is to say, Man's Heaven : a tretice in english brevely drawe out of the book of quintis essencijs in latyn, that hermys the prophete and kyng of Egipt, after the flood of Noe, fadir of philosophris, hadde by revelacioun of an aungil of god to him sende
Canterbury tales
Caueat, or, Warening for commen cursetors vulgarely called vagabones
"Caveat" or warening for commen cursetors, vulgarely called vagabones, A
"co." of Pigsbrook & co., The
compendyous regyment or A dyetary of helth made in Mountpyllier
Continuation of Chaucer's 'Squire's tale'
Corpus ms. [Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford] of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, The
curial, The
decaye of England
Digby Mysteries. -, The
Digby plays, with an incomplete 'morality' of Wisdom, who is Christ (part of one of the Macro moralities), The
Early English meals and manners : John Russell's boke of nurture : Wynkyn de Worde's boke of keruynge : the Boke of curtasye, R. Weste's booke of Demeanor : F. Seager's Schoole of vertue ... : with some forew. on education in early England
Early English poems and lives of saints, (with those of the wicked birds Pilate and Judas)
Ellesmere ms. of Chaucer's Canterbury tales., The
Emblemes and epigrames ... A.D. 1600
English miscellany; presented to Dr. Furnivall in honour of his seventy-fifth birthday., An
Expugnatio hibernica.
fyrst boke of the introduction of knowledge, The
Generides.
Hali Meidenhad : an alliterative homily of the thirteenth century : from Ms. Bodley 34, Oxford, and Cotton Ms. Titus D. 18, British Museum
Hengwrt ms of Chaucer's Canterbury tales., The
Histoire du Saint Graal
Hymns to the Virgin and Christ. The parliament of devils, and other religious poems ; chiefly from the archbishop of Canterbury's Lambeth ms. No 853
Introduction of knowledge
John Lane's Tom Tell-troths message and his pens complaint, 1600
landsdowne Ms., The : Canterbury tales
Letter on Shakspere's authorship of "The two noble kinsmen" and on the characteristics of Shakspere's style and the secret of his supremacy, A
life of St. Katharine of Alexandria., The
list of all the songs & passages in Shakspere, A : which have been set to music
Lydgate's Reson and sensuallyte
Lydgate's Troy book. A.D. 1412-20.
Macro Plays, The : 1. Mankind (ab. 1475). 2. Wisdom (ab. 1460). 3. The Castle of perseverance (ab. 1425)
Manuel des Pechiez
merchant of Venice, The
Merry wives of Windsor
midsommer nights dreame;, A
Midsummer night's dream
minor poems of the Vernon Ms. part II (with a few from the Digby Mss. 2 and 86)..., The
Morte Arthur
New Shakspere society
Odd texts of Chaucer's minor poems
Originals and Analogues of some of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
parallel-text edition of Chaucer's minor poems., A
Pèlerinage de vie humaine.
Percy folio of old English ballads and romances., The
Petworth ms. of Chaucer's Canterbury tales., The
pilgrimage of the life of man, The
Political, religious, and love poems (some by Lydgate, Sir Richard Ros, henry Baradoun, Wm. Huchen, etc) from the Archbishop of Canterbury's Lambeth ms. no. 306, and other sources, with a fragment of the romance of Peare of Provence and the fair Maguelone, and a sketch, with the prolog and epilog, of the romance of the Knight Amoryus and the Lady Cleopes by John Metham, scholar of Cambridge, A. D. 1448-9.
Queene Elizabethes achademy
Queste del Saint-Graal
Reson and sensuallyte.
Robert Laneham's letter: describing a part of the entertainment unto Queen Elizabeth at the castle of Kenilworth in 1575.
roman de la rose, Le
romaunt of the rose a reprint of the first printed edition by William Thynne A. D. 1532, The
royal Historie of the excellent Knight Generides, A
Sermon in praise of thieves and thievery, A
Seynt Graal, or The Sank Ryal. The history of the Holy Graal, partly in English verse
Shakespeare; life and work
shakspere allusion-book, The : a collection of allusions to Shakspere from 1591 to 1700
Shakspere quarto facsimiles
six-text print of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales in parallel columns from the following mss: i. The Ellesmere. 2. The Hengwrt 154. 3. The Cambridge Univ. Libr. Gg.4, 27. 4. The Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford. 5. The Yetworth. 6. The Landsdowne 851, A
Some 300 fresh Allusions to Shakspere from 1594 to 1694 A.D.
Specimens of all the accessible unprinted manuscripts of the Canterbury tales.
story of England, by Robert Manning of Brunne, a. D. 1338, The
succession of Shakespere's works and the use of metrical tests in settling it, &c.; being the introduction to Professor Gervinus's Commentaries on Shakespere., The
supplicacyon for the beggers, A : written about the year 1529
supplication of the poore commons
supplycacion to our moste Souveraigne Lorde Kynge Henry the Eyght
tale of Beryn, with a prologue of the merry Adventure of the Pardoner with a tapster at Canterbury., The
tales of Beryn, with a prologue of the merry adventure of the pardoner with a tapster at Canterbury., The
three king's sons., The
Tom of all trades or the Plaine path-way to preferment, being a discovery of a passage to promotion in all professions, trades, arts and mysteries found out by and old travailer in the sea of experience, amongst the inchanted islands of ill fortune
Tom Tell-troths message and his pens complaint, 1600
Trial-forewords to my "Parallel-text edition of Chaucer's minor poems" for the Chaucer society (with a try to set Chaucer's works in their right order oftime)
Trois fils de rois. The Three kings' sons, 1987:
Troublesome raigne of John, King of England.
troublesome reign of King John", "The : being the original of Shakespeare's "Life and death of King John"
winters tale, The
Wisdom
Works.
wright's chaste wife, The : or, A fable of a wryght that was maryde to a pore wydows dowtre, the whiche wydow havyng noo good to geve with her, gave as for a precyous Johell to hym a Rose garlond, the whyche sche affermyd wold never fade while sche kept truly her wedlok : A merry tale
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