"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
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Final leaf (E8) contains booksellers' advertisements headed "Improved editions of the following books may be had of the same booksellers."
Item information about Folger PR2818 1800 copy 6 Sh.Col
Wanting the final advertisement leaf. Bound with: King John. Reading : Printed and sold by Smart and Cowslade, 1803, and three other plays as acted at Reading School. Bound in 19c [imitation?] leather grained to look like goatskin, with upper half of spine and mended with book tape
Also known as
Uniform title: King Henry VI. Part 3
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
author: Shakespeare, William
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