Not envya#39;s self can blast the fame, Which beauty deigns to crown. ... A public breakfast was held at the town, or Shakspearea#39;s, hall, at nine, to which every purchaser of a guinea ticket for the various entertainments (the masquerade only anbsp;...
|Title||:||Historical and Explanatory Notes with Various Readings Illustrative of the Works of W. Shakespeare, ... A History of the Stage. Pope's and Johnson's Prefaces, and a Life of Shakspeare by Alexander Chalmers. -Paris, Baudry's European Libr. 1839. CXXVI, 334 S. (angl.)|