An Historical account of the Monumental Bust of William Shakspeare in the Chancel of the Church at Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire; with critical remarks on the authors who have written on it. [With a plate.]
The Author, 1827 - 28 pages
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admirer of Shakspeare ancients artist asserted Bard bard’s bear BOADEN’s bones brass breast Britton bust of Shakspeare carved cast chancel Chandos CHANTRY charnel house Church of Stratford-upon-Avon colour statues compleated conjecture Coombe countenance covering his grave Cruciﬁxion Dean Balsall deﬁciency died drawing Earl eastern window efﬁgy eﬂigies elegant engraved erected eyes face feet six inches ﬁdelity ﬁfty ﬁngers ﬁrst ﬁve ﬁxed ﬂattering resemblance HABET head and shoulders HEERE LYETH inscription inti Ireland John Combe John Hall JUDITH COMBE Malone marble memory monument of RICHARD Monumental Bust mould mouth Mural Tablet niches north wall nose observations ofﬁce originally coloured painted picture plate poet poet’s portraits presumed probably relic remarkable Reverend Joseph Greene RICHARD and JUDITH satire sculptor SHAK SHAKSPEARE’S monument similiarity soul SPEARE’S Steevens stone pen Stratford Church Stratford monument strong resemblance style superﬁcial taste thee THOMAS STANTON three ﬁgures tomb tumulo Westminster WHELER WILLIAM