Autograph letters signed and initialed from John Seely Hart, Cornwall, N.Y. and Princeton, N.J., to Joseph Parker Norris [manuscript], 1874-1876.

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Hart, John S. (John Seely), 1810-1877,. Autograph letters signed and initialed from John Seely Hart, Cornwall, N.Y. and Princeton, N.J., to Joseph Parker Norris [manuscript], 1874-1876.

Autograph letters signed and initialed from John Seely Hart, Cornwall, N.Y. and Princeton, N.J., to Joseph Parker Norris [manuscript], 1874-1876.

Letters (1-7) discuss articles by himself and others on the Shakespeare death mask. (1) quotes part of a letter from F.J. Furnivall, giving Mr. Story's opinion of the Stratford bust, and also mentions a picture of the Betrothal of Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway. (3) discusses the Droeshout portrait. (23) interprets certain lines in The winter's tale as showing Shakespeare's estimation of co-habitation before the act of troth-plight.

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Hathaway, Anne, 1556?-1623

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Story, William Wetmore, 1819-1895

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Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616

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Hart, John S. (John Seely), 1810-1877

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American educator and editor, co-editor of Sartain's Union Magazine of Literature and Art from 1849-1851; founder and first editor of the Sunday School Times (1859-1871), and an influential writer in the Sunday-school movement; principal of several schools; and professor of rhetoric and English literature at the College of New Jersey (which later became Princeton University) from 1872-1874. From the description of John S. Hart letters, 1834-1877. (Cornell University Library). WorldCa...

Norris, Joseph Parker, 1847-1916

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J.P. Norris was editor of the American Bibliopolist. From the description of Letters to J.P. Norris, editor, from F.J. Furnivall and J. Crosby [manuscript], 1877. (Folger Shakespeare Library). WorldCat record id: 416491440 ...

Furnivall, Frederick James, 1825-1910

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English scholar and editor. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Mrs. Mark's, Temple Gardens, Lincoln, to an unknown correspondent, 1890 Aug. 13. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270125491 Frederick James Furnivall (1825-1910) was an English scholar and editor who helped to organize the Working Men's College. Various organizations he founded include the Early English Text Society, Chaucer Society, New Shakspere Society, Wiclif Society, Browning Society, and Shelle...

Droeshout, Martin, 1601-....

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