Actes and monuments of matters most speciall and memorable happening in the Church : with an vniuersall historie of the same : wherein is set forth at large the whole race and course of the Church from the primitiue age to these later times of ours, with the bloody times, horrible troubles, and great persecutions against the true martyrs of Christ ... / |c now againe as it was recognised, perused, and recommended to the studious reader by the author, Master John Foxe … Vol. 1.; Actes and monuments. Vol. 1.
Persecution -- England -- History -- Early works to 1800.; Persecution -- History -- Early works to 1800.; Church history -- Early works to 1800.; Christian martyrs -- Early works to 1800.; PU; PU
Penn Libraries copy: each title leaf reinforced with a blank leaf; blank leaf with engraved portrait of John Foxe affixed to it inserted before leaf *3; plate inserted after leaf C3 reinforced with a blank leaf with some tears along folds; leaves I4, I5, P1 and 2H3 repaired at bottom outer corner without loss of text; leaf S5 repaired at bottom margin without loss of text; bottom outer corner of leaves 2Q6 and 5B4 torn off without loss of text; leaf 9B6 reinforced with a blank leaf.; Penn Libraries copy imperfect: 1 plate (inserted after leaf C3) only.
At London : Printed [by Humphrey Lownes] for the Company of Stationers, Anno Domini 1610.
Shakspeare's historical tragedy of Richard III /; adapted to representation by Colley Cibber; as played by Kemble, Cooke, and Kean and re-produced at the Park Theatre, New York, Jan. 7th, 1846; with the stage business, cast of characters, costumes, relative positions, &c.; Richard III
Furness copy is the promptbook of Louis James, dated June 17, 1881. The individual leaves have been disbound and mounted on the rectos of blank brown-paper leaves bound together. The text has been marked for performance with cuts and stage directions and the blank versos contain copious manuscript notes.; Furness copy imperfect: title leaf and all before page  wanting.; Furness copy with: Shakespeare, William. Hamlet. New York : Samuel French & Son, Publishers, 38 E 14th St.; London; Samuel French, Publishers, 89 Strand, [between 1878 and 1887?].
Richard; Richard; Cibber, Colley,
Horace Howard Furness Memorial Library (University of Pennsylvania)