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living at Stratford-upon-Avon,

now put into English . . . London, 1657.

The author of these notes of medical practice, was John Hall, (born 1575, died 1635,) who married Susanna, the Poet's elder daughter, on 5th June, 1607, in Stratford-upon-Avon Parish Church.

Hall practised medicine at Stratford-upon-Avon and the neighbouring country from the date of his marriage till his death which took place at New Place, on 25 November, 1635.

Presented by Miss ANNE WHELER.

257.-Select Observations on English Bodies : by Mr. John Hall, 1657.

Another copy of No. 256, opened at the reference to the treatment of his wife, Mrs. Hall.

Presented by SAMUEL CROMPTON, Manchester,

May 15th, 1880.

258.-Select Observations on English Bodies: by Mr. Johın Hall. Third Edition, 1683.

A third edition of Hall's Medical Notes (See Nos. 256 & 257).

Opened at the reference to the treatment of his only daughter, Shakespeare's granddaughter, Elizabeth, who became Lady Barnard. (See No. 271).

In the account of her case her father states “After the use of these, the former form of her mouth and face was restored Jan. 5, 1624.” He also writes “In the beginning of April she went to London, and returning homewards, the 22nd of the said month, she took cold, and fell into the said Distemper on the contrary side of the face; before it was on the left side, now on the right.” “In the same year she was afflicted with an Erratick Feaver” but finally “delivered from Death, and deadly Diseases, and was well for many years. To God be praise."

Presented by Miss ANNE WHELER.

259-61.—Three paintings in oil, by J.T. Marshall, of Stratford-upon-Avon. 1871:

(259).-Anne Hathaway's Cottage, 15in. by

, 10 in.

(260).—Mary Arden's Cottage at Wilmcote, 17in. by 123in.

The reputed home of Robert Arden (d. 1556) father of Mary Arden, who married John Shakespeare, in 1557, and was the dramatist's mother.

(261).—Old Cottages at Bishopton, existing in Shakespeare's tiine, 15din. by rožin.

Purchased 1871.

262-4.---Three water-colour drawings, of Stratford-upon-Avon, made in 1835, by Celina, wife of Edward Fordham Flower, of The Hill, Stratfordupon-Avon, which show buildings of Shakespeare's time.

These three drawings are reproduced on pages 92, 93 & 94.

265.-Wood Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, and the Market Cross, as it appeared in 1820: drawn and lithographed by C. F. Green. See page 95.

266.-Three original pencil sketches by Frederick Goodall, R.A. (1822-1903). In one frame:

1. Shakespeare's Birthplace. July, 1848.

Anne Hathaway's Cottage. July, 1848.
3. The Shakespeare Tavern, Shottery. July,

Presented by THE ARTIST.


267.–Stratford-upon-Avon from the Cross o the Hill, done after 1764, when the wooden spire of the Church had been replaced by a stone one; painting in oils, rožin. by 12 in.

Presented by Miss ANNE WHELER,

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No. 262. Wood Street in 1835-looking west. No. 263.–Middle Row and Fore Bridge Street in 1835-looking east,

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No. 264. —Henley Street in 1835-looking east.

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