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1316. TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT. Rarities from Country Libraries. (The Wilbraham collection.) Mar. 1, p. 156.

1317. TREND, J. B. Spanish Short Stories of the xvi Century in Contemporary Translations. (World's Classics.) Oxford: Univ. Press; London: Milford. 6 × 3. pp. xiii, 359. 25.

1318. TUDOR CHURCH MUSIC. Vol. VI. Thomas Tallis, c. 1505-85. Oxford: Univ. Press; London: Milford. Roy. 4to. pp. xliii, 318. 30s. 1319. WHITE, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS. Catalogue of Early English Books; Chiefly of the Elizabethan Period. See 67.

1320. WILLIAMSòn, James A. Sir John Hawkins; The Time and the Man. (Bibl. 1927, 1107.) Rev. by Conyers Read in Amer. Hist. Rev., July, XXXIII, 863-4; by M. R. P. McGuire in Cath. Hist. Rev., Oct., n.s. VIII, 469.

1321. WILSON, F. P. The Plague in Shakespeare's London. (Bibl. 1927, 1108.) Rev. by R. B. McK[errow] in R.E.S., Jan., IV, 109–11. 1322. WINSLOW, OLA ELIZABETH. Low Comedy as a Structural Element in English Drama. (Bibl. 1926, 983; 1927, 1109.) Rev. by T. W. Baldwin in J. E. G. Phil., Jan., XXVII, 139-40; by L. B. Wright in M.L.N., Jan., XLIII, 66–7.

1323. WOLFF, M. J. Die Renaissance in der englischen Literatur. Bielefeld: Velhagen u. Klasing. pp. 126.

1324. WRIGHT, LOUIS B. The Scriptures and the Elizabethan Stage. M. Phil., Aug., xxvi, 47–56.


Vaudeville Dancing and Acrobatics in Elizabethan Plays. E. St., Sept., LXIII, 59–76.

1326. YOUNG, R. FITZGIBBON. A Bohemian Scholar at Heidelberg and Oxford in the 16th Century: Jan Bernart. London: Publ. by the School of Slavonic Studies, King's College. 7 × 4. pp. 20. 2s.


Bale, John. 1327. CASON, CLARENCE E.

Additional Lines for Bale's Kynge Johan. J. E. G. Phil., Jan., xXVII, 42–50.

Barclay, Alexander. 1328. The Eclogues of Alexander Barclay. Ed. by BEATRICE WHITE. See 131.

1329. MUSTARD, WILFRID P. Æneæ Silvii De Curialium Miseriis Epistola. See 3545.

Barlow, Jerome. 1330. KosZUL, A. Was Bishop William Barlow Friar Jerome Barlow? A propos of 'Rede me and be not wroth' and other early Protestant Dialogues. R.E.S., Jan., Iv, 25-34.

Breton, Nicholas. 1331. The Twelve Moneths. Ed. by BRIAN RHYS.With Wood Engravings by Eric Ravilions. Waltham St Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press. 9 × 6. pp. 25. 17s. 6d. Rev. in T.L.S., Mar. 22, p. 217.

Bryskett, Lodowick. 1332. PLOMER, HENRY R. and Tom PEETE CROSS. The Life and Correspondence of Lodowick Bryskett. (Bibl. 1927, 1124.) Chicago: Univ. Press; London: Cambridge Univ. Press.

91 × 61. pp. xi, 69. $2.00; 10s. Rev. by E. Greenlaw in M.L.N., Mar., XLIII, 183–6.

Daniel, Samuel. 1333. SELLERS, H. A Bibliography of the Works of Samuel Daniel, 1585-1623, with an appendix of Daniel's letters. Oxf. Bibliog. Soc., II, Pt. 1, 29–54.

1334. TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT. Cleopatra and 'that Criticall War.' See 1526.

'The Deceyte of Women.' 1335. BRIE, FR. Die erste englische Novellensammlung. (The Deceyte of Women.) Stephaniskos, Ernst Fabricius zur Jahresfeier, Sept. 6, 1927. Freiburg, 1927. pp. 5-10.

Deloney, Thomas. 1336. TRNKA, B. Bohemia in English Literature. See 3572.

Drayton, Michael. 1337. GOURVITCH, I. Drayton's Debt to Geoffrey of Monmouth. R.E.S., Oct., IV, 394-403.

1338. GOURVITCH, I. The Welsh Element in the 'Polyolbion': Drayton's Sources. R.E.S., Jan., iv, 69–77.

Eden, Richard. 1339. The First Known Account of Japan in English extracted from the 'History of Travayle,' 1577. Preface by M. PASKE-SMITH. London: Kegan Paul. 8 × 5. 12s. 6d.

'Edward III.' 1340. GOLDING, S. R. The Authorship of 'Edward III.' N.Q., May 5, CLIV, 313-15.

Edwards, Richard. 1341. BRADNER, LEICESTER. The Life and Poems of Richard Edwards. (Bibl. 1927, 1132.) Rev. by H. Lüdeke in Anglia Beibl., Aug., XXXIX, 227–8; by A. W. Reed in R.E.S., Oct., IV, 445-7; by G. C. Moore Smith in M.L.R., Jan., XXIII, 66–70; in Oxf. Mag., Nov. 1, p. 103.

1342. ROLLINS, HYDER E. A Note on Richard Edwards. R.E.S., Apr., IV, 204-6.

Eliot, John. 1343. The Parlement of Pratlers. Ed. by JACK LINDSAY. A Series of Elizabethan Dialogues and Monologues illustrating daily life and the conduct of a Gentleman on the Grand Tour, extracted from 'Ortho-epia Gallica'... by John Eliot, 1593. London: Fanfrolico. pp. 120. 15s. Rev. in Sat. Rev., June 9, CXLV, 3789, 734.

Field, Nathaniel. 1344. OLIPHANT, E. H. C. A Note. [On Frank L. Fenton in M.L.N., Feb., 1927. (Cf. Bibl. 1927, 1139.)] M.L.N., Feb., XLIII, 112–13.

Fisher, John. 1345. DOYLE-DAVIDSON, W. A. G. John Fisher's English Sermons. M.L.R., July, XXIII, 341-2.

Florio, John. 1346. The Essayes of Michael Lord Montaigne. Translated by John Florio. With an Introduction by DESMOND MACCARTHY. 3 vols. London: Dent. 8 x 51. Vol. 1. pp. xvi, 371. Vol. 11. pp. x, 523. Vol. III. pp. viii, 431. 22s. 6d.

Forde, Emanuel. 1347. JOHNSON, R. BRIMLEY (comp.). The Birth of Romance. See 1703.

Gascoigne, George. 1848. CAWLEY, ROBERT RALSTON. George Gascoigne and the Siege of Famagusta. M.L.N., May, XLIII, 296–300.

1349. WARD, B. M. Further Research on 'A Hundreth Sundrie Flowres.' R.E.S., Jan., IV, 35-48.

Greville, Fulke; Lord Brooke. 1350. KUHL, E. P. Contemporary Politics in Elizabethan Drama: Fulke Greville. Philol. Quart., July, VII, 299-302.

1351. TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT. Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke. Aug. 30, pp. 609–10; cf. B. M. Ward, Sept. 6, p. 632; W. W. Greg, Sept. 13, p. 648; B. M. Ward, Sept. 20, p. 667; W. W. Greg, Sept. 27, p. 687.

Hakluyt, Richard. 1352. The Principal Navigations, etc. Ed. by JOHN MASEFIELD. (Cf. Bibl. 1927, 1144.) 10 vols. London: Dent. 8 × 51. Vol. VII. pp. ix, 400. Vol. viii. pp. ix, 314. Vol. IX. pp. xx, 461. Vol. x. pp. viii, 456. Cf. J. M. Dent, notice in Mercury, Jan., XVII, 305

Hall, Joseph. 1353. SALYER, SANDFORD M. Hall's Satires and the Harvey-Nashe Controversy. Studies in Phil., Apr., XXV, 149–70. Harington, Sir John. 1354. The Metamorphosis of Ajax. Reprinted from the Original Editions and Edited by PETER WARLOCK and JACK LINDSAY. London: Fanfrolico Press. 10 × 61. pp. xxix, 144. 30s. Rev. in T.L.S., Dec. 27, p. 1022.

1355. GREG, W. W. Harington's Epigrams. T.L.S., Jan. 12, p. 28. Harvey, Gabriel. 1356. SALYER, S. M. Hall's Satires and the Harvey-Nashe Controversy. See 1353.

Hoby, Sir Thomas. 1357. The Book of the Courtier. By Count Baldassare Castiglione. Done into English by Sir Thomas Hoby, Anno 1561. (Everyman's Library.) London: Dent. 7 × 41. pp. xviii, 324. 25.

Jonson, Benjamin. 1358. Ben Jonson. Ed. by C. H. HERFORD and PERCY SIMPSON. (Cf. Bibl. 1925, 881; 1927, 1148.) Oxford: Clar. Press, 1925-. In progress. 9 × 6. Vols. I and II. The Man and his Work. Rev. by Karl Brunner in Archiv, Feb., pp. 133-41. Vols. I, II and III. Rev. by T. S. Eliot in Dial, LXXXV, 65-8; by Charles R. Baskerville in M. Phil., Feb., xxv, 366-8. Vol. III. A Tale of a Tub, etc. Rev. by W. W. Greg in M.L.R., Jan., XXIII, 75; by Ph. Aronstein in Anglia Beibl., July, xXXIX, 194-5; in Oxf. Mag., Jan. 26, p. 249.

1359. Volpone; a Loveless Comedy in 3 acts, freely adapted by STEFAN ZWEIG and transl. from the German by RUтh Langner. New York: Viking Press. 12mo. pp. 187. $2.00. Rev. by Stark Young in New Republic, Apr. 25, LIV, 295; by J. M. Brown in Sat. Rev. of Lit., Apr. 21, IV, 782; in Theatre Arts Mo., May, XII, 368; by J. M. Brown, ib., June, XII, 387; by H. Richter in Shakespeare Jbuch., LXIII.

1360. ALLEN, PERCY. Shakespeare, Jonson and Wilkins as Borrowers. See 1426.

1361. BLAKENEY, EDWARD H. (ed.). Horace on the Art of Poetry. Latin Text, English Prose Translation, Introd., and Notes, together


with Ben Jonson's English Verse Rendering. London: Scholartis Press. 10 × 8. pp. viii, 135. 15s. Rev. in T.L.S., Mar. 22, p. 203. 1362. BOYD, ERNEST. Modernising Ibsen and Ben Jonson. Amer. Bookman, June, LXVII, 419–21.

1363. BROWN, E. R. Jonson's 'A Tale of a Tub.' T.L.S., May 10, p. 358; cf. P. Simpson, ib., May 17, p. 379.

1364. GOLLANCZ, SIR ISRAEL. Ben Jonson and the Elizabethan Tacitus. T.L.S., May 10, p. 355: 1. Was ‘A.B.' the Earl of Essex? II. Ben Jonson and Greneways Annals; cf. P. Simpson, ib., June 14, p. 450; Sir I. Gollancz, ib., June 21, p. 468.

1365. GRAY, ARTHUR. How Shakespeare 'Purged' Johnson. See 1458.

1366. Lodge, OLIVER F. W. Ben Jonson, Stow, and Drummond. T.L.S., May 31, p. 412.

1367. RYAN, M. J. 'Tamquam Explorator.' T.L.S., July 19, p. 536. 1368. WAGNER, BERNARD M. A Jonson Allusion, and Others. Philol. Quart., July, vII, 306–8.

1369. ZWAGER, N. Glimpses of Ben Jonson's London. (Bibl. 1926, 1028; 1927, 1155.) Rev. by Max J. Wolff in E. St., Sept., LXIII, 119-20.

Kyd, Thomas. 1370. GRAY, HENRY DAVID. Reconstruction of a Lost Play. Philol. Quart., July, vII, 254-74.

1871. WAGNER, BERNARD M. Francis Kyd. [Father of Thomas.] N.Q., Dec. 15, CLV, 420.

'Lælia.' 1372. MOORE SMITH, G. C. The Cambridge Play 'Lælia.' M.L.R., Apr., XXIII, 212.

Lupset, Thomas. 1373. GEE, John ArchER. The Life and Works of Thomas Lupset, with a Critical Text of the Original Treatises and the Letters. (Amasa Stone Mather Memorial Publ. Fund, vol. 9.) New Haven: Yale Univ. Press. 8vo. pp. xiii, 357. $5.00. Rev. by W. P. Mustard in Amer. Jour. of Philol., July-Sept., XLIX, 304-5; by G. C. Moore Smith in R.E.S., Oct., IV, 441–4.

Lyly, John. 1374. BENHAM, ALLEN R. A Note on Lyly's 'Euphues.' Philol. Quart., Apr., VII, 201–2.

1375. MUSTARD, W. P. A Note on Lyly's 'Euphues.' M.L.N., Dec., XLIII, 537.

1376. TILLEY, MORRIS PALMER. Elizabethan Proverb-Lore in Lyly's 'Euphues' and in Pettie's 'Petite Pallace,' with parallels from Shakespeare. (Bibl. 1926, 1035; 1927, 1161.) Rev. by Bernard E. C. Davis in R.E.S., July, IV, 354-5.

Markham, Gervase. 137. The Pleasure of Princes: or Good Men's Recreations. By Gervase Markham. Together with the Experienced Angler, by COLONEL Robert VENABLES. With a Preface by HORACE HUTCHINSON. London: Cresset Press. 81 × 7. pp. xxiii, III. 12s. 6d. Marlowe, Christopher. 1378. The Massacre at Paris: ed. by W. W. GREG for the Malone Society. Oxford: Univ. Press; London: Milford. 4to. pp. xix, ff. A−D 6.

1379. BOAS, F. S. Robert Poley: An Associate of Marlowe. Nineteenth Century, Oct., CIV, 543–52; cf. E. de Kalb, ib., Nov., civ, 715–16; F. S. Boas, ib., Dec., CIV, 850.

1380. ELLIS-FERMOR, UNA M. Christopher Marlowe. (Bibl. 1927, 1165.) Rev. by G. B. Harrison in R.E.S., Oct., IV, 447–8.

1381. GOLDING, S. R. The Authorship of 'Lust's Dominion.' N.Q., Dec. 8, CLV, 399–402.

1382. GRAY, AUSTIN K. Some Observations on Christopher Marlowe, Government Agent. P. M. L. A. Am., Sept., XLIII, 682–700. 1383. MEYERSTEIN, E. H. W. 'Was this the Face?' T.L.S., Mar. 22, p. 221.

1384. MOORE Smith, G. C. ‘Edwardum Occidere Nolite Timere Bonum Est.' (Edw. II, v. iv. 8.) T.L.S., Aug. 9, p. 581; cf. H. Johnstone, ib., Aug. 16, p. 593.

1385. SCHICK, J. Christopher Marlowe: Seine Persönlichkeit und sein Schaffen. Shakespeare Jbuch., LXIV, 159-79.

1386. SIMPSON, PERCY. Marlowe's Tragical History of Doctor Faustus. See 134.

-1387. TANNENBAUM, SAMUEL A. The Assassination of Christopher Marlowe. (A new view.) New York: The Tenny Press. Privately ptd.. 20.5 cm. pp. 75. $2.00. Rev. by Carl Van Doren in Nation, Oct. 10, CXXVII, 372; by W. B. Kempling in Shakespeare Rev., July, I, 198-200.

1388. WALZ, JOHN A. Notes on the Puppet Play of Doctor Faustus. See 7725.

Marston, John. 1389. FLOOD, W. H. GRATTAN. A John Marston Letter. R.E.S., Jan., iv, 86–7; cf. Robert E. BrettlE, The 'Poet Marston' Letter to Sir Gervase Clifton, 1607, ib., Apr., IV, 212-14.

Meres, Francis. 1390. FERGUSON, F. S. Meres's 'Palladis Tamia.’ T.L.S., June 7, 430.

Mirror for Magistrates, The. 1391. STENBERG, THEODORE. Sackville's Buckingham and Milton's Satan. See 1922.

More, Sir Thomas. 1392. The Dialogue Concerning Tyndale. . . Reproduced in black-letter facsimile from William Rastell's Edition of More's English Works (1557). Ed. with a modern version of the same and an essay on the Spirit and Doctrine of the Dialogue by W. E. CAMPBELL. With an Historical Introd. and Philological Notes by A. W. REED. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode. II × 7. PP. xviii, 627. 30s. Rev. in T.L.S., Mar. 1, p. 144; by R. B. McK[errow] in R.E.S., July, IV, 352-4; by A. Goodier in Month, Jan., pp. 1–8; by A. W. P[ollard] in Library, Mar., vIII, 493-4; by Alois Brandl in Deutsche Literaturztg., Nov. 17, XLIX (N.F. v), 2261–5.

1393. BENHAM, ALLEN R. The First Lay Chancellor of England. Philol. Quart., Oct., VII, 402.

1394. CHAMBERS, R. W. More's 'History of Richard III.' M.L.R., Oct., XXIII, 405-23.

1395. STAPLETON, THOMAS. The Life and Illustrious Martyrdom

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