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King Richard the Third, : Prince. Richard of York! how fares our loving brother? York. Well, my dread lord; so I must call you now. Prince. Ay, brother; to our grief, as it is yours: ; Too late he died, that might have kept that title, Which by his death hath lost much majesty. Glo. How fares our cousin, noble lord of York?.
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King Richard the Third, : Prince. Richard of York! how fares our loving brother? York. Well, my dread lord; so I must call you now. Prince. Ay, brother; to our grief, as it is yours: ; Too late he died, that might have kept that title, Which by his death hath lost much majesty. Glo. How fares our cousin, noble lord of York?., result 1 of 1

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King Richard the Third, : Prince. Richard of York! how fares our loving brother? York. Well, my dread lord; so I must call you now. Prince. Ay, brother; to our grief, as it is yours: ; Too late he died, that might have kept that title, Which by his death hath lost much majesty. Glo. How fares our cousin, noble lord of York?.
Date
1791
Material
Print, Engraving, 1 Print : Black/White
Period
18th century
16th century
Measurements
52.0 x 68.0 cm.
Description
Notes about Robert Thew: 18th century engraver; collaborated with the Boydells on their illustrated Shakespeare edition; engraver to Prince of Wales.
Notes about James Northcote: Collaborated with Boydell on Shakespeare Gallery.
Published March 1: 1791, by JOHN & JOSIAH BOYDELL, at the Shakspeare Gallery, Pall - Mall, & at No. 90, Cheapside London.
Painted by James Northcote. ; Engraved by Robert Thew. Historl. Engraver to the Prince of Wales.
Two copies.
Repository
Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania: Furness, S/ShR3.3.1.1 L, Drawer
ID Number
(FURNESSTHEATER)furness_sshr3_3_1_1_l
Play
King Richard III
Related Agent
Thew, Robert, 1758 - 1802, egr.
Northcote, James, 1746 - 1831, art.
Shakespeare, William, 1564 - 1616, aut., King Richard III : Act III, Scene 1.
J.& J. Boydell, (London, Great Britain)
Legacy Bibliography Number
271411
Country
United Kingdom
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