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Notes on Contributors

Jürgen Schäfer of the University of Münster is studying the relationship between language consciousness in Renaissance England and the language of Shakespeare's characters.

J. A. Lavin of the University of British Columbia, who has edited a number of Elizabethan plays, continues his study of ornament stocks.

John A. Hart, Associate Professor of English at Carnegie-Mellon University, writes on Chaucer, Shakespeare, and Pope, as well as bibliographical topics.

Clifford Leech has been General Editor of the Revels Plays since 1958. His most recent work is the New Arden Two Gentleman of Verona (1969), and Tragedy in the Critical Idiom series.

G. Thomas Tanselle, Professor of English in the University of Wisconsin, Bibliographical Editor of the Northwestern-Newberry Edition of The Writings of Herman Melville and is continuing his studies of American publishing history.

Terence Tobin, Assistant Professor of English, Purdue University, Lafayette Campus, has written articles on theater for a number of journals. He is drama critic of the Gary Post-Tribune.

Keith I. D. Maslen, Senior Lecturer in English, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, is editing the Bowyer printing ledgers 1710-75 for the Bibliographical Society (London). He also runs a "bibliographical" press, using a royal Columbian hand-press.

John R. Payne is Humanities Research Associate at the University of Texas and Managing Editor of The Library Chronicle of the University of Texas.

Curt F. Bühler is a Research Fellow of the Morgan Library and was Visiting Fellow at All Souls College, Oxford, in 1969.

Hassell B. Sledd of Northeastern University in Boston is editor of the series "Poets at Northeastern." He is working on a study of the printing of Henry Constable's Diana.

W. Craig Ferguson teaches English at Queen's University, Kingston,


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Ontario. His interest in typography has led him to set up a modest printing shop, used in conjunction with his courses in bibliography.

John Freehafer has written many articles on English drama and other subjects, and he is currently studying English authors' copyrights prior to the nineteenth century. He teaches at Temple University.

L. A. Beaurline is preparing a critical study of Ben Jonson and Elizabethan comedy, and Thomas Clayton of the University of Minnesota has recently completed a study of the "Shakespearean" part of The Booke of Sir Thomas Moore. Their edition of The Works of Sir John Suckling is about to appear from the Clarendon Press.

Joyce Kennedy teaches contemporary American literature at the University of Alberta, as she continues editing An Essay upon Projects.

A. J. Sambrook of the University of Southampton writes on eighteenth- and nineteenth-century literature.

James L. Battersby, Assistant Professor of English in the University of California (Berkeley), is editing the "Life of Addison" for the Yale Edition of Samuel Johnson's Works and is preparing a critical study of the Lives of the Poets.

William E. Fredeman of the University of British Columbia is a student of Rossetti and William Morris, and is now completing an edition of the original manuscript of the journal of pre-Raphaelite brotherhood, The Germ.

John H. Dorenkamp, Associate Professor at the College of the Holy Cross, is interested in Renaissance drama and bibliographical evidence.

Guy R. Woodall has written about Robert Walsh, the editor of the American Quarterly Review. He teaches at Tennessee Technological University.

Maurice Duke of Virginia Commonwealth University is presently completing a catalogue of Cabell's private library.

Helen White and Redding S. Sugg, Jr., are husband and wife, Dr. White being a member of the English faculty at Memphis State University and Dr. Sugg a free-lance writer. His introduction to John Faulkner's Cabin Road will appear in a reprinting of the novel by the Louisiana State University Press.

D. W. Cruickshank is a fellow at Emmanuel College, Cambridge.

Franklin B. Williams, Jr., Professor of English, Georgetown University, is American treasurer of The Bibliographical Society (London).

Derek A. Clarke is Librarian of the British Library of Political and Economic Science at the London School of Economics.

Howell J. Heaney is Bibliographer in the Rare Book Department of the Free Library of Philadelphia.


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President, Linton R. Massey, "Kinloch," Keswick, Virginia

First Vice President, Irby B. Cauthen, Jr., 115 Wilson Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

Second Vice President, Walker Cowen, 211 Sprigg Lane, Charlottesville, Virginia

Editor, Fredson Bowers, 115 Wilson Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

Associate Editor, L. A. Beaurline, 115 Wilson Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

Secretary-Treasurer, Ray W. Frantz, Jr., University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Virginia

Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, Kendon Stubbs, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Virginia

Hon. Secretary-Treasurer for the British Isles, Mrs. Douglas Wyllie, Lylestone House, Cardross, Dunbartonshire, Scotland


Fredson Bowers (1970)
Anne Henry Ehrenpreis (1973)
Linton R. Massey (1971)
Arthur F. Stocker (1974)
Joseph M. Carrière (1972)
Eleanor Shea (1975)
I. B. Cauthen, Jr. (1976)


Chalmers L. Gemmill
Atcheson L. Hench

The Papers, under the title of Studies in Bibliography, are issued annually by the Society, in addition to various bibliographical pamphlets and monographs.

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Ingle Barr, Pacific Palisades, California
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Robert J. Barry, Jr., New Haven, Connecticut
Robert Beare, New York City
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Curt F. Bühler, New York City
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John E. Manahan, Scottsville, Virginia
Melvin M. McCosh, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Marion Michael, Auburn, Alabama
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Otto Schaefer, Schweinfurt, Germany
Seven Gables Bookshop, New York City
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Richard Shoemaker, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Rollo G. Silver, Boston, Massachusetts
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Robert A. Tibbetts, Homewood, Illinois
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Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
William W. Weaver, West Chester, Pennsylvania
Miss Julia Wightman, New York City
Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts
Richard S. Wormser, Bethel, Connecticut


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James B. Carothers
Robert M. Olton
Hedgman D. Smith


William H. Flayhart
James B. Godfrey


A business meeting of the Society was held on April 1, 1969, at the University of Virginia Library.


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Allen, Reginald, W. S. Gilbert: An Anniversary Survey and Exhibition Checklist. $5.00.

Bear, James A., Jr., and Bear, Mary Caperton, A Checklist of Virginia Almanacs 1732-1850. $7.50.

Blotner, Joseph, William Faulkner's Library: A Catalogue. $5.00.

Bristol, Roger P., Index of Printers, Publishers, and Booksellers Indicated by Charles Evans in His American Bibliography. $7.50.

Christophers, Richard A., George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1562-1633: A Bibliography. $6.00.

Davis, Arthur Kyle, Jr., Matthew Arnold's Letters: A Descriptive Checklist. $15.00.

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Fry, Donald, Beowulf and The Fight at Finnsburh: A Bibliography. $12.50.

Harding, Walter, Emerson's Library. $10.00

Heilbronner, Walter L., Printing and the Book in Fifteenth-Century England: A Bibliographical Survey. $7.00.


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Hirsch, Rudolf, and Heaney, Howell, Selective Check Lists of Bibliographical Scholarship, 1948-1955. $15.00. (Vol. X of the Studies)

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