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2 edition of facsimile of the deed of mortgage by William Shakespeare and others to Henry Walker found in the catalog.

facsimile of the deed of mortgage by William Shakespeare and others to Henry Walker

Henry Walker

facsimile of the deed of mortgage by William Shakespeare and others to Henry Walker

of a house within the precincts of Blackfriars, London, March 11, 1612 o.s.

by Henry Walker

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Published by British Museum, Dept. of Manuscripts in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616 -- Autographs

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsShakespeare, William, 1564-1616, British Museum., British Museum. Dept. of Manuscripts
    The Physical Object
    Paginationbroadside.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19286208M

      Shortly after Shakespeare died, two of his longtime friends and colleagues— John Heminge and Henry Condell —edited Shakespeare's plays and collected them in a book titled Mr. William. The name William Shakespeare is synonymous with greatness and everlasting literary legacy – who in this world is not familiar with the tragic love story of Romeo and Juliet, the enigmatic character of Hamlet, the madness of King Lear, and dozens of other memorable figures who .

      This is Shakespeare’s copy of the deed. He made a cash deposit of £80 on a sales price of £ The three trustees for the sale included John Heminges, who co-edited Shakespeare’s complete works after his death. Also after his death, Shakespeare’s trustees sold the Blackfriar’s property. Items included. Henry Walker. On l0th March Shakespeare bought of Henry Walker a house and yard near Blackfriars Theatre for £, of which £60 remained on mortgage (one of the trustees being in John Heming, Shakespeare's fellow-actor): he leased the house to John Robinson for ten years. On 29th June the Globe was burned down.

    In Ben Jonson endured much ridicule for including his plays in a book of his collected works, but his bold precedent encouraged two of Shakespeare's longtime colleagues, actors John Heminge and Henry Condell, to perform a similar service for their late friend. They compiled and edited "Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories. "The attempt and not the deed confounds us." - William Shakespeare quotes from "The attempt and not the deed confounds us." - William Shakespeare William Shakespeare Quotes. View the list When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on. Franklin D. Roosevelt.


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facsimile of the deed of mortgage by William Shakespeare and others to Henry Walker by Henry Walker Download PDF EPUB FB2

ORIGINAL deed of mortgage by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, of Stratford-on-Avon, gentleman, and others, to Henry Walker, of London, vintner, of a dwelling-house in Blackfriars; 11 Mar., 10 Jas.

I., /3. Item Date. Description. The signature ‘Wm Shakspē’ appears on the first of four labels attached to this mortgage deed. It is one of six of William Shakespeare's signatures known to exist, the others appearing on the purchase-deed for the same house in Blackfriars dated 10 March ; a deposition as a witness dated 11 Mayand three more, one on each page of his will, executed in March Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Author of Building experiments, The glacial drifts of Muswell hill and Finchley, History (Maps), Geography, music, drawing, Geography, Pupil teacher's notebook, Map book, Senior practice by Henry Walker 1 edition. The Ireland Shakespeare forgeries were a cause célèbre in s London, when author and engraver Samuel Ireland announced the discovery of a treasure-trove of Shakespearean manuscripts by his son William Henry them were the manuscripts of four plays, two of them previously unknown.

Upon the release of the manuscripts, such respected literary figures as James Boswell (biographer. On 4 December Shakespeare's friends, Elizabeth and Adrian Quiney, sold a house to a man named William Mountford for pounds. The deed of sale, written out apparently by a legal clerk, was witnessed and signed twice in different parts of the deed by William Shakespeare's daughter, Judith, who used for her signature a squiggle with two.

The plays: of William Shakespeare, in eight volumes, with the corrections and illustrations of various commentators; to which are added notes by Sam. Johnson by Shakespeare, William () and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at William Henry Ireland (–) was an English forger of would-be Shakespearean documents and plays.

He is less well known as a poet, writer of gothic novels and histories. Although he was apparently christened William-Henry, he was known as Samuel through much of his life (apparently after a brother who died in childhood), and many sources list his name as Samuel William Henry Ireland.

A fourth autograph of Shakespeare, the authenticity of which appears most unquestionable, is now in the Library of the city of London, at Guildhall. It is at- tached to the counterpart of a deed of purchase by W. Shakespeare, from Henry Walker, of some ten- ements in Blackfriars, and.

A book is more likely to appeal to collectors, and therefore be worth more, if you have actually heard of the book or its author. Additionally, some books by famous authors are better than others.

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Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. Of Shakespeare's handwriting nothing that can be called his with complete assurance has survived except six signatures ; one to the deposition in the matter of the Mountjoy marriage ; one to the deed of the house he bought in Blackfriars inone to the mortgage-deed on the same house, executed on the day after the purchase, and one on each.

Henry Walker’s Blackfriars Gate-house was purchased on 11 March by Shakespeare, William Johnson, John Jackson, and John Heminges for £; British Library, MS Egerton References.

The authors point out numerous instances within Shakespeare's plays of the conflict over status, gender relations, property, religious belief and individual autonomy versus community control.

By achieving a better understanding of these issues, the book illuminates both Shakespeare's work and his age. William Henry Ireland (2 August – 17 April [1]) was an English forger of would-be Shakespearean documents and plays. He is less well known as a poet, writer of gothic novels and histories.

Although he was apparently christened William-Henry, he was known as Samuel through much of his life (apparently after a brother who died in childhood), and many sources list his name as. William Henry Ireland (2 August - 17 April ) was an English poet, novelist, and miscellaneous writer, best known as a forger.

Ireland, son of an antiquarian bookseller in London, was a forger of Shakespeare manuscripts, which he claimed to have discovered in the house of a gentleman of fortune. The forgeries included various deeds, a Protestant confession of faith by Shakespeare.

'Shakespeare and the Bible': a collection of biblical references to be found in Shakespeare's works, compiled by the Rev. John Willcock c. collection. The Ireland Shakespeare forgeries were a cause célèbre in s London.

Author and engraver Samuel Ireland announced the discovery of a treasure-trove of Shakespearean manuscripts by his son William Henry Ireland. Among them were the manuscripts of four plays, two of them previously unknown.

The text and signature he copied from the facsimile of the genuine mortgage deed printed in Malone’s edition of Shakespeare. [ Schoenbaum, p. ; in his published accounts William Henry Ireland claims to have used the Johnson-Steevens edition, but the Blackfriars mortgage deed he used as a basis for the forgery did not appear there, and.

On 16 May Sir Thomas Brend’s inventory describes the new Globe Theatre (in Latin) as ‘occupied by William Shakespeare and others’, presumably as leaseholders.

A deed for the Globe dated 7/10 October names ‘Richard Burbage and William Shakspeare gentleman’, presumably as. (Brighton, Printed for private circulation only, ), also by Henry Walker and William Shakespeare (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Halliwell-Phillipps, J. (James Orchard), Fairy tales, legends and romances illustrating Shakespeare and other early English writers, to which are prefixed two preliminary dissertations; 1.

Shakespeare, William, Shakespeare's History of King Henry the Sixth, Part III (New York et al.: American Book Co., c), ed. by W. J. Rolfe multiple .See this item on Shakespeare Documented: Mortgage by William Shakespeare, of Stratford-on-Avon, gentleman, and others, to Henry Walker, of London, vintner, of a dwelling-house in Blackfriars On Mathe day after he purchased the gatehouse, Shakespeare secured a 60 pound mortgage on the property from the seller, Henry Walker.Shakespeare's timeless tragedy of conspiracy and betrayal tells the story of the murder of Julius Caesar and the gruesome aftermath as Rome descends into a violent mob.

This edition includes: An overview of Shakespeare's life, canon, and dramaturgy An introduction to the play by Barbara Rosen and William Rosen of the University of Connecticut.