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1. A kicksey winsey: Or, a lerry come-twang. - Taylor, John, 1580-1653; Hindley, Charles, d. 1893; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-
16 pp. Transcribed by Risa Stephanie Bear, January, 2008, from the text as found in Works of John Taylor, The Water Poet, Ed. Charles Hindley, London: Reeves & Turner, 1876.

2. The penniless pilgrimage - Taylor, John, 1580-1653; Hindley, Charles, d. 1893; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-
33 pp. Transcribed by Risa Stephanie Bear, January, 2008, from the text as found in Works of John Taylor, The Water Poet, Ed. Charles Hindley, London: Reeves & Turner, 1876.

3. Tamburlaine the Great. Part 2 - Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593; Rhys, Ernest, 1859-1946; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-
68 pp. Transcribed by Risa Stephanie Bear, December, 2007, from the adaptation to modernized spelling, Ernest Rhys, general editor, of the text of the octavo of 1590, in Everyman's Library, The Plays of Christopher Marlowe, London: J.M. Dent & Sons, Ltd., New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1910.

4. Tamburlaine the Great. Part 1 - Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593; Rhys, Ernest, 1859-1946; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-
69 pp. The text was transcribed by Risa Stephanie Bear, November, 2007, from the adaptation to modernized spelling, Ernest Rhys, general editor, of the text of the octavo of 1590, in Everyman's Library, The Plays of Christopher Marlowe, London: J. M. Dent & Sons, Ltd., New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1910. The printer's envoi is adapted from that in the edition of Brooke, Oxford, 1910. This edition is dedicated to Bjorn Bear.

5. Doctor Faustus - Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593; Rhys, Ernest, 1859-1946; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-
44 pp. Transcribed by Risa Stephanie Bear, November, 2007, from the adaptation to modernized spelling by Ernest Rhys, from the text of the quarto of 1604 (source: Bodleian Library, one copy extant), in Everyman's Library, The Plays of Christopher Marlowe, London: J. M. Dent & Sons, Ltd., New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1910. This edition dedicated to Dr. Matthew Steggle.

6. Disputation betweene a Hee Conny-Catcher and a Shee Conny-Catcher - Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592; Harrison, G. B. (George Bagshawe), 1894-1991; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-
This text was transcribed, October 2007, by Risa Stephanie Bear, from Robert Greene, The thirde and last part of Conny-catching. With the newly devised knauish Art of Foole-taking. The like Cosenages and Villenies neuer before discouered. A Dispvtation Betweene a Hee Conny-catcher and a Shee Conny-catcher. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co. London: John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd. (The Bodley Head Quartos) 1923, ed. G.B. Harrison. "The original of this text is in the Bodleian Library (Malone 575). A very few misprints have been corrected in the text. G.B.H."

7. The third and last part of cony-catching - Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592; Harrison, G. B. (George Bagshawe), 1894-1991; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-
20 pp. "The text was transcribed, October 2007, by Risa Stephanie Bear, from Robert Greene, The thirde and last part of Conny-catching. With the newly devised knauish Art of Foole-taking. The like Cosenages and Villenies neuer before discouered. A Dispvtation Betweene a Hee Conny-catcher and a Shee Conny-catcher. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co. London: John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd. (The Bodley Head Quartos) 1923, ed. G.B. Harrison. The original of this text is in the Bodleian Library (Malone 575). A very few misprints have been corrected in the text.

8. The second part of conny-catching - Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592; Harrison, G. B. (George Bagshawe), 1894-1991; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-
Note on the e-text: this Renascence Edition was transcribed, September 2007, by Risa Stephanie Bear, from Robert Greene, A notable discovery of coosnage, 1591, The second part of conny-catching, 1592. G.B. Harrison, Ed. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co. London: John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd. (The Bodley Head Quartos) 1923.

9. The key to the kings cabinet-counsell - Anonymous; Jones, Sandra
This text was transcribed, August 14, 2007, by Sandra Jones from a reproduction of the original as found in the Thomason Tracts, 1:E.4[9].

10. Continental Congress, December 6, 1775 - United States. Continental Congress; Jones, Sandra; Force, Peter, 1790-1868
5 pp. Note on the e-text: this Renascence Edition was transcribed, July 2007, by Sandra Jones from a reproduction of the original as found in American Archives, Fourth Series, Vol. 3, 1775, Ed. Peter Force, 1840. Teachers may wish to use this text as a companion piece to: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. A Bill To prohibit all Trade and Intercourse with the Colonies... 27 November 1775.

11. A Notable Discouery of Coosnage... - Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-; Harrison, G. B. (George Bagshawe), 1894-1991
21 pp. Note on the e-text: this Renascence Edition was transcribed, July 2007, by Risa Bear, from Robert Greene. A notable discovery of coosnage. 1591. The second part of conny-catching. 1592. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co. London: John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd. (The Bodley Head Quartos) 1923. T.P.: A/Notable Discouery of Coosnage,/Now daily practised by sundry lewd per-/sons, called Connie-catchers, and/Crosse-biters./Plainely laying open those pernitious sleights that hath brought many igno-/rant men to confusion./Written for the general benefit of all Gentlemen, Citizens, Aprentises, Countrey Farmers/and yeomen, that may hap to fall into the company of such coosening companions./With a...

12. Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay - Greene, Robert, 1558?-1592; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-; Harrison, G. B. (George Bagshawe), 1894-1991
77 pp. Published June 2007. The text was transcribed in June 2007 by Risa Bear from the edition by G. B. Harrison, London, Robert Holden & Co, Ltd., 1927. Harrison has modernized the spelling and punctuation, and rewritten many of the stage directions; we have elided some of the more obtrusive of these. The title page is taken from the quarto of 1594 and is not found in Harrison.

13. A bill to prohibit all trade and intercourse with the colonies... - Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons; Jones, Sandra
16 pp. This text was transcribed in May 2007 by Sandra Jones from a reproduction of the original as found in House of Commons Sessional Papers of the Eighteenth Century, Ed. Sheila Lambert, Vol. 27, Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1975. Gaps in the text were left so in the bill as printed, to be filled in after enactment with the proper dates, sums, etc. "Presented by Lord North, 1a& otbp 27 November 1775. Enacted 16 Geo. III, c. 5." [Lambert, vi.]

14. Persian eclogues - Collins, William, 1721-1759; Jones, Sandra; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-
19 pp. This Renascence Edition was transcribed in April 2007 by Sandra Jones from the Clarendon Press type facsimile edition of 1925. "This reprint of Persian Eclogues follows Mr. Thomas J. Wise's copy of the rare orignal. The misprints on the title-page, tantas and delectis, have been corrected. For the autograph corrections made by Collins in the Dyce copy of the first edition, and for changes introduced into the text in Oriental Eclogues (J. Payne, 1757, see the edition of Collins in the Oxford Poets, pp. 313-314."

15. The Spanish tragedy - Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-; Kyd, Thomas, 1558-1594; Schick, Josef
89 pp. The text is based on that of the 1926 J.M. Dent and Sons (London) edition by J. Schick of Munich University. Transcribed by Risa S. Bear in March 2007. Schick's copy-text is the undated quarto from the Garrick Collection in the British Museum: THE/SPANISH TRAGE-/die, Containing the lamentable/end of Don Horatio, and Bel-imperia:/with the pitifull death of/olde Hieronimo./Newly corrected and amended of such grosse faults as/passed in the first impression./[Woodcut with harvest emblems]/AT LONDON/Printed by Edward Allde, for/Edward White. The six additions made to the play after the payment made to Ben Jonson are included within brackets and in...

16. The knight of the burning pestle - Beaumont, Francis, 1584-1616; Fletcher, John, 1579-1625; Moorman, Frederic W., 1872-1919; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-
98 pp. Note on the e-text: this Renascence Editions text was transcribed in February 2007 by Risa S. Bear, University of Oregon, from the edition by Frederic W. Moorman, J.M. Dent & Sons, Ltd., Aldine House, London, 1922. Moorman used the edition of Dyce, 1843, as his source.

17. Musophilus - Daniel, Samuel, 1562-1619; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-; Grosart, Alexander Balloch, 1827-1899
27 pp. The text is based on the edition by Alexander Grosart as found in The Complete Works in Verse and Prose of Samuel Daniel (4 vols.), Vol. I., privately printed, 1885. Transcribed by Risa S. Bear in January 2007. [The poem] "appeared in a 1601-dated folio edition of A/Defence of Rhyme/Against a Pamphlet enti-/tuled/Obseruations in the Art of/Englishe Poesie, although Campion's pamphlet appeared in 1602. Both these essays are present in the RE collection. "In the 4to of 1623 and elsewhere the placing of the stanzas is irregular (from p. 248, l. 717); all have been made uniform, i.e., 8 lines...

18. The Psalmes of David - Sidney, Philip, Sir, 1554-1586; Grosart, Alexander Balloch, 1827-1899; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-
The text is based on the edition by Alexander Grosart, who used the Woodford Ms. in the Bodleian Library, collating with the Trinity College Ms. and the Davies Ms., and published in The Complete Poems of Sir Philip Sidney, Chatto and Windus (Picadilly, 1877). It was transcribed, along with Grosart's "Note," by Risa S. Bear in January 2007. This represents a departure from the usual RE practice of working to emulate the contemporary experience of the printed book, as the Psalms did not appear in book form until 1823, in an unsatisfactory edition. That Grosart makes free with some corrections...

19. An old man's lesson and a young man's love - Breton, Nicholas, 1545?-1626?; Morice, Enid Grace; Bear, Risa Stephanie, 1949-
28 pp. The text is based on the edition by E.G. Morice, University of Bristol, 1936. Morice's source text is that of the Folger Shakespeare Library's octavo, collated with those in the British Museum and Harvard University Library. It was transcribed by Risa S. Bear in January, 2007. The text is in the public domain. Content unique to this presentation is copyright © 2007 The University of Oregon. For nonprofit and educational uses only.

20. Oberon - Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637; Jokinen, Anniina
13 pp. This HTML etext of Ben Jonson's "Oberon, The Fairy Prince" was created in February 2003 by Anniina Jokinen of Luminarium. It is provided through Renascence Editions by her kind permission. The text is unaltered, and this etext also preserves, as much as possible within the constraints of the medium, the layout of the print edition. Source text: Jonson, Ben. The Works of Ben Jonson. A New Edition. Edited, with a Biographical Memoir, by William Gifford. Boston: Phillips, Sampson, and Company, 1853. 696-699. This edition is made available to the public for nonprofit purposes only. It is not represented by the publisher as a scholarly edition in the...

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