Folger call number: PR5703.V3 R6 1810 Sh.Col
Folger holdings ID: 250639
Accession Number: Warwick
"The four last acts of the Third Part of King Henry VI furnished the plan of this dramatic piece ... The Editor [i.e., Richard Valpy] has [also introduced] a few appropriate passages from the First and Second Parts of Henry VI, and even from Richard II"--Advertisement Signatures: [A]⁴ B-E⁸ Final leaf (E8) contains booksellers' advertisements headed "Improved editions of the following books may be had of the same booksellers."
Item information about Folger PR5703.V3 R6 1810 Sh.Col
Wanting the advertisement leaf. Half-bound in modern [imitation?] leather with marbled paper boards and paste-downs. Bookplate: Warwick Castle Shakespeare Library
Also known as
Extended title: The roses, or, King Henry the Sixth : an historical tragedy : represented at Reading School, October 15th, 16th, and 17th, 1795 / compiled principally from Shakespeare
Alternate titles: King Henry the Sixth
associated with: Valpy, R. (Richard), 1754-1836
printer: Valpy, Abraham John, 1787-1854
bookseller: Richardson, John (Bookseller)
former owner: Halliwell-Phillipps, J. O. (James Orchard), 1820-1889
associated with: Reading School (Reading, England)
bookseller: Longman & Co.
bookseller: Lackington and Co.
former owner: Warwick Castle (Warwick, England). Shakespeare Library