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Time, which is continually washing away the dissoluble Fabricks of other
Poets, passes without Injury by the Adamant of SHAKSPEARE.
MULTA DIES, VARIUSQUE LABOR MUTABILIS VI
RETULIT IN MELIUS, MULTOS ALTERNA REVISENS
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Preface to Mr. Richardfon's Propofals, &c.
Proposals by William Richardfon
Advertisement by Mr. Steevens to Edition of
Rowe's Life of Shakspeare, &c.
Anecdotes of Shakspeare from Oldys, &c.
Dedication by Hemings and Condell
Advertisement to 20 Plays, by Steevens
Ancient Tranflations from Claffick Authors
Entries of Shakspeare's Plays on the Stationers'
Lift of altered Plays from Shakspeare
Lift of detached Pieces of Criticifm on Shak-
Commendatory Verfes on Shakspeare
Malone's Attempt to ascertain the Order of
Malone's Effay on Ford's Pamphlet, &c.
Malone's historical Account of the English
Further historical Account by Chalmers