NICOLL

[Allardyce Nicoll, Shakespeare scholar and historian of drama.] Offprint of article titled 'Shakespeare and the Court Masque'.

Author: 
Allardyce Nicoll [John Ramsay Allardyce Nicoll] (1894-1976), Shakespearian scholar and historian of drama, founding director of Shakespeare Institute, Birmingham, Professor at Birmingham University
Publication details: 
[Heidelberg] 'Sonderdruck aus dem Shakespeare-Jahrbuch | Herausgegeben im Auftrage der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft | Band 94 / 1958'.
£15.00

[12]pp, 8vo, paginated 51-62. Stapled into buff wraps, with publication details printed on front in German: 'Sonderdruck aus dem Shakespeare-Jahrbuch | Herausgegeben im Auftrage der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft | Band 94 / 1958'. In good condition, lightly aged. Text and footnotes in English. Discussing the question (which in recent years has been 'attracting more and more public and specialist attention') whether Shakespeare 'had scenic adornments in mind' when writing his 'last' plays: 'The Winter's Tale, The Tempest, Cymberline, even Pericles'.

[ Alexander Nicoll, Regius Professor of Hebrew, Oxford University. ] Autograph Letter Signed ('Alex. Nicoll')

Author: 
Alexander Nicoll (1793-1828), Scottish orientalist, Regius Professor of Hebrew and canon of Christ Church, Oxford
Publication details: 
'Ch. Ch. [ i.e. Christ Church, Oxford ] May 16. [ no year ].
£45.00

1p., 8vo. In fair condition, lightly aged. Laid down on a leaf removed from an album. Reads: 'My Dear Sir, | I did not receive your Note including those from Mess. Irvine & F until late last night. It will give me great pleasure to see you and Mrs. Hughes, and I shall have the pleasure of calling upon you soon after 11, being now obliged to go to Prayers.'?>

Autograph Letter Signed, to unnamed male correspondent, laid down in copy of the revised edition of Nicoll's 'Thomas Carlyle'.

Author: 
Henry James Nicoll, Scottish man of letters [Thomas Carlyle]
Publication details: 
Letter, 7 April 1881, 'Lumsden, by Aberdeen'; book, Edinburgh: Macniven & Wallace, Princes Street, 1881.
£56.00

The letter is 12mo, 2 pp, 30 lines. In good condition, with the text clear and entire, and with wear to 0.5 cm strips at head and tail (not affecting the text) where the letter overlaps the top and bottom of the book. The blank second leaf of the bifolium is laid down on the verso of the book's half-title. Nicoll begins by apologising for sending 'a copy of the cheap edition' ('the cloth copies of the second edition are not yet ready, and I do not know when they will be out').

Manuscript Signed Indenture Mortgage and Surrender of Leasehold premises 'Between Louis Schnabel of No.79 North End Croydon [...] Watchmaker [...] and Alfred Marden Nicoll of No. 8 Surrey View Villas Ross Road Wallington [...] Painter and Decorator'

Author: 
Alfred Marden Nicoll; Louis Schabel [Croydon, Surrey], watchmaker.
Publication details: 
Mortgage dated 3 April 1891; Surrender dated 6 May 1898.
£56.00

Seven pages. On four skins of vellum, each roughly eleven inches by nine wide. Attached with green ribbon, and with various stamps and two wax seals. Good: lightly aged and creased. The premises are at 77 and 79 North End, Croydon.

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