Letters to Clement Mansfield Ingleby from various correspondents [manuscript], 1871-1877.

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Letters to Clement Mansfield Ingleby from various correspondents [manuscript], 1871-1877.

Autograph letters signed or initialled by various correspondents, chiefly on Shakespeare. Correspondents: Connop Thirlwall, A.J. Ellis, Charles Cowden Clarke, Mary Cowden Clarke, A.W. Ward, H. Buxton Forman, Richard Grant White, F.A. Leo, Karl Elze, Hiram Corson, C.R. Corson, A.L. Wister, Horace Howard Furness, and Joseph Crosby. Also includes a letter from Nikolaus Delius to F.J. Furnivall (12), a copy of a letter to the editor of The nation by H.W. Hudson on "Veronese" or "Runaways" (Romeo and Juliet, act 3, scene 2) with a letter from Joseph Crosby (49), and Ingleby's own commentary on "Runaway eyes," written to the Athenaeum in response to Brinsley Nicholson but retained by the author (54).

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Ingleby, C.M. (Clement Mansfield), 1823-1886

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Sometimes Ingleby's family wrote his letters for him. From the description of Autograph letters signed from Clement Mansfield Ingleby, Ilford, Essex and elsewhere, to various recipients [manuscript], 1856-1883. (Folger Shakespeare Library). WorldCat record id: 461317893 ...

Crosby, Joseph, 1821-1891

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Noted Victorian Shakespearean scholar and book collector of Zanesville, Ohio; born 25 July 1821, Kirkby Thore, Cumbria, England; died 31 October 1891, Montreal, Canada; his collection was sold to the Wisconsin Historical Society, the University of Michigan Library, and the Folger Shakespeare Library. From the description of Invitation and program of the Wheeling Shakspeare Club, greeting cards with Shakespearean quotations, and official acknowledgments to Joseph Crosby for gifts of b...

Thirlwall, Connop, 1797-1875

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English historian born in London, Feb. 11, 1797, Newell Connop Thirlwall served as Bishop of St. David's, Wales, from 1840 until his death in 1875. From the description of Connop Thirlwall letter : [London], to Rev. J. Allen : ALS, [18--]. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 77996896 Bishop. Thirlwall was Bishop of St. David's. From the description of Correspondence, 1833-1874. (Columbia University In the City of New...

Clarke, Mary Cowden, 1809-1898

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Mary Cowden Clarke was a British author and actress and one of the first significant female Shakespearean editors. Her family were intimates of Keats, Dickens, Fielding, and the Lambs. Working with her husband, Charles Cowden Clarke, and on her own, she compiled an impressive body of work including the major Shakespearean concordance of her day. From the description of Mary Cowden Clarke letters and poem, 1872-1882. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 49848...

Elze, Karl, 1821-1889

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Forman, H. Buxton (Harry Buxton), 1842-1917

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The controversial bibliographer Harry Buxton Forman was best known for his work on Shelley, Keats, and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, as well as for collaborating with Thomas J. Wise (1859-1937) in the creation of numerous literary forgeries. From the description of Harry Buxton Forman volumes, ca. 1892-1907. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 82181516 Harry Buxton Forman, English bibliographer and forger. He wrote a great deal of critical and bibliographic literary...

Ellis, Alexander John, 1814-1890

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Corson, Caroline Rollin, -1901

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Wister, A. L. (Annis Lee), 1830-1908

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Annis Lee Wister was the sister of Horace Howard Furness. From the description of Letters to her nephews, to Horace Howard Furness and to Ida Cushman, ca. 1870-1896, n.d. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155883913 American translator of German stories. From the description of Letter, 1908 September 11, Lindenshade, Wallingford, Pennsylvania, to Barrett Wendell [manuscript]. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647812176 ...

Corson, Hiram, 1804-1896

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Dr. Hiram Corson was born in 1804 to Joseph and Hannah Dickinson Corson in Plymouth Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He was educated at the Friends' School at Plymouth Meeting under Joseph Foulke and at Friends' Select School in Philadelphia before earning his M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1828. Corson married Ann Jones Foulke in 1833 and settled near Plymouth Meeting. The couple had nine children together. Their son Charles Follen Corson (1842-18...

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...

Delius, Nikolaus, 1813-1888

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White, Richard Grant, 1821-1885

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American man of letters, author, critic. From the description of Papers of Richard Grant White, 1842-1884. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 31685639 Child was a professor of rhetoric and English at Harvard, best known for his compilation The English and Scottish popular ballads. Charles Eliot Norton was a scholar, professor of art history at Harvard, and a founder of "The Nation." Richard Grant White was a journalist, writer, and Shakespearean scholar. ...

Ward, Adolphus William, Sir, 1837-1924

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Sir Adolphus William Ward (1837-1924), historian, was born at Hampstead, Middlesex, on 2 December 1837. He was educated in Germany and Bury St Edmunds before entering Peterhouse, Cambridge, in 1855 (B.A., 1859; M.A., 1862), where he became a Fellow in 1862. He entered the Inner Temple in 1860, and was called to the bar in 1866, but never practised law. Ward was Professor of History and English Language and Literature at Owens College, Manchester, 1866-1897, and Vice-Chancellor, 1886-1890 and 189...

Leo, F.A. (Friedrich August), 1820-1898

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Leo was editor of the Shakespeare Jahrbuch from 1880-1898. From the description of Autograph letters signed from various correspondents mostly to F.A. Leo [manuscript], 1852-1899. (Folger Shakespeare Library). WorldCat record id: 461317886 ...

Clarke, Charles Cowden, 1787-1877

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Scholar and author. From the description of Charles Cowden Clarke and Mary Cowden Clarke correspondence, 1875. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79453461 Charles Cowden Clarke, English writer and public lecturer. In his twenties he worked as a teacher at his father's school in Enfield, Middlesex. During this time Clarke befriended a young John Keats, and introduced him to the works of the great poets. He later moved to London, where he made many friends among the literary set, ...

Furness, Horace Howard, 1833-1912

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American Shakespeare scholar. From the description of Letters : to Dr. John C. Rolfe, 1910. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 79028412 Shakespearean scholar. From the description of Papers of Horace Howard Furness, 1872-1899. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 56349747 Horace Howard Furness was a lawyer and Shakespeare scholar. From the description of Scrapbook, 1869-1911. (American Philosophical Society Library). Wor...