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Amicus Curiae
Amicus Curiae (pseudonym)
C, J.P.
Collier
Collier, J. P.
Collier, J. Payne
Collier, John P.
Collier, John Payne
Collier, Payne
J.P.C
Payne Collier, J.
Payne Collier, John
Dates: 
1789-1883
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Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (1772-1834))
Cruikshank, George (1792-1878)
Drayton, Michael (1563-1631)
Frese, Julius
Harvey, Gabriel (1550?-1631)
Heywood, Thomas (1574?-1641))
Nashe, Thomas (1567-1601)
Rowlands, Samuel (ca.1570-ca.1630.)
Roxburghe Club
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616))
Trevelyan, Walter Calverley Sir, 1797-1879
Whetstone, George (1544?-1587?)
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book of Roxburghe ballads, A
Broadside black-letter ballads, printed in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, chiefly in the possession of J. Payne Collier
Broadsides of speeches, songs, etc. delivered in the presence of General Monck, chiefly in the halls of public companies of London, just anterior to the restoration
censure of a loyall subiect, The : vpon certaine noted speach and behauiours of those fourteene notable traitors at the place of their executions, the XX. and XXI. of September, last past ...
combat betwixt conscience and covetousnesse
complaint of poetry for the death of liberality
Complaint of Rosamond
copy of a letter lately written in meeter, by a yonge gentilwoman to her unconstant lover, The : with an admonition to al yong gentilwomen, and to all other mayds in general to beware of mennes flattery
debate between pride and lowliness, The
diary of Philip Henslowe, from 1591 to 1609., The
Egerton papers, The : a collection of public and private documents, chiefly illustrative of the times of Elizabeth and James I. : from the original manuscripts, the property of the Right Hon. Lord Francis Egerton, M.P., president of the Camden Society
Eight novels employed by English dramatic poets of the reign of Queen Elizabeth
encomion of Lady Pecunia or, the Praise of money, The
Endimion and Phoebe : Ideas Latmvs
Extracts from the registers of the Stationer's company of works entered for publication between the years 1557 and 1587
Few odds and ends, for cheerful friends a christmas gift
first booke of the preservation of King Henry the VII. when he was but Earle of Richmond, grandfather to the Queenes majesty compiled in English rythmicall hexameters, The
Fovre letters, and certaine sonnets especially touching Robert Greene, and other parties by him abused: but incidently of diuers excellent persons, and some matters of note : to all courteous mindes, that will voutchsafe the reading
golden and silver ages, The : two plays
History of english dramatic poetry to the time of shakespeare and annals of the stage to the restoration
history of Jacob and his twelve sonnes, The
History of patient Grisel. Two early tracts in blackletter...., The
Honour triumphant : and A line of life
Humors looking glasse
Idea the shepheards garland, fashioned in nine eglogs : Rowlands sacrifice to the nine muses
Illustrations of Old English Literature
Inigo Jones a life of the architect
John a Kent and John a Cumber a comedy
King, and a poor northern man, or Too good to be true, from the edition of 1640, The
Kynge Johan a play in two parts
Lyrical poems, selected from musical publications between the years 1589 and 1600
Lyrics for old lutenists in the reigns of Elizabeth and James I : being specimens of the words of airs intended for concerted performance, and social amusement
Mad Pranks and merry Jests of Robin Goodfellow, The
Marriage triumph, on the nuptials of the prince Palatine and the princess Elizabeth, daughter of James I, A
Memoirs of Edward Alleyn, founder of Dulwich College including some new particulars respecting Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Massinger, Marston, Dekker, &c
Memoirs of the principal actors in the plays of Shakespeare
most dangerous and memorable adventure of Richard Ferris, one of the fiue ordinarie messengers of her Maiesties Chamber, who departed from Tower Wharfe on Midsommer day last past, with Andrew Hill and William Thomas, who undertooke in a small wherry boate, to rowe by sea to the citie of Bristowe, and are now safely returned, The
myrrour of modestie wherein appeareth as in a perfect glasse howe the Lorde deliuereth the innocent from all imminent perils, and plagueth the bloudthirstie hypocrites with deserued punishments ..., The
New particulars regarding the works of Shakespeare in a letter to the Rev. A. Dyce, B. A. editor of the works of Peele, Greene, Webster, etc.
newe enterlude of vice, conteyninge the history of Horestes, with the cruell revengement of his fathers death upon his one naturtll mother, A
Notes and emendations to the text of Shakespeare's plays, from early manuscript corrections in a copy of the folio, 1632, in the possession of J. Payne Collier, forming a supplemental volume to the Works of Shakespeare by the same editor
Old ballads and songs
Old ballads, from early printed copies of the utmost rarity
old man's diary, An : forty years ago
On Shakespeare : the text of the lectures of 1811-12 [as related by J.P. Collier in his diary].
pain and sorrow of evil marriage from an unique copy printed by Wynkyn de Worde, The
Pancharis the first booke : containing the preparation of the love betweene Owen Tudyr and the Queene, long since intended to her maiden Majestie ...
pastorals, and other workes of William Basse, The : never before imprinted
Patient Grissill: a comedy
Pericles, prince of Tyre a novel
Pierce Penniless's supplication to the Devil
Pierces supererogation or, A new praise of the old asse : a preparative to certaine larger discourses intituled Nashes S. fame
plays and poems of William Shakespeare, The : complete in seven volumes.
pleasant walkes of Moore-fields, The : being the guift of two sisters, now beautified, to the continuing fame of this worthy city, 1607
poetical Decameron, The
Punch and Judy, with twenty-eight illustrations
quip for an upstart courtier
Ratseys repentance, which he wrote with his owne hand when hee was in New-gate
Reasons for a new edition of Shakespeare's works, containing notices of the defects of former impressions and pointing out the lately acquired means of illustrating the plays, poems and biography of the poet
rocke of regard, diuided into foure parts: The first, The castle of delight; ... The second, The garden of vnthriftinesse ... The thirde, The arbour of vertue ... The fourth, The ortchard of repentance: wherein are discoursed the miseries that followe dicing, the mischiefes of quarreling, the fall of prodigalitie; and the souden ouerthrowe of foure notable cousners; with divers other morall, natural & tragical discourses: documents and admonitions: being all the invention, collection and translation of George Whetstone, The
search for money or the lamentable complaint for the loss of the wandering knight, Monsieur l'Argent, A
Seven lectures on Shakespeare and Milton
Shakespeare's library : a collection of the romances, novels, poems, and histories, used by Shakespeare as the foundation of his dramas, now first collected, and accurately reprinted from the original editions...
Skialetheia or, A shadowe of truth, in certaine epigrams and satyres
Strange histories : consisting of ballads and other poems
Sword and buckler, or Serving-mans defence
Tragical comedy or comical tragedy of punch and judy
tragicall and lamentable historie of two faythfull mates: Ceyx kynge of Thrachine, and Alcione his wife, The
Tragicall Historie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke., The
treatise against dicing, dancing, plays, and interludes, A : With other idle pastimes
Trevelyan Papers
triumph of trueth, manifesting the advanceme[n]t of vertue, and the overthrow of vice ..., The : heerunto is added Caesar's triumph, the Gretians' conquest, and the Desert of Dives
true coppie of a discourse written by a gentleman employed in the late voyage of Spaine and Portingale ...
trueth of the most wicked & secret murthering of Iohn Brewen, goldsmith of London, committed by his owne wife through the prouocation of one Iohn Parker whom she loved for which fact she was burned, and he hanged in Smithfield, on Wednesday the 28 of Iune, 1592, two yeares after the murther was committed, The
tyde taryeth no man a moste pleasant and merry commody, right pythie, and full of delight, 1576, The
wished reformacion of wicked rebellion, A
Works.
worthie hystorie of the moste noble and valiaunt Knight Plasidas, otherwise called Eustas, who was martyred for the profession of Jesus Christ, The
wyll of the devyll and last testament, The
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