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William Henry also became a collector of books. In many later recollections Ireland described his fascination with the works and the glorious death of the forger Thomas Chatterton , and probably knew the Ossian poems of James Macpherson.
He was strongly influenced by the novel Love and Madness by Herbert Croft , which was often read aloud in the Ireland house, and which contained large sections on Chatterton and Macpherson.
When he was apprenticed to a mortgage lawyer , Ireland began to experiment with blank, genuinely old papers and forged signatures on them.
Eventually he forged several documents until he was ready to present them to his father. In December , William told his father that he had discovered a cache of old documents belonging to an acquaintance who wanted to remain unnamed, and that one of them was a deed with a signature of Shakespeare in it.
He gave the document—which he had of course made himself—to his overjoyed father, who had been looking for just that kind of signature for years.
Ireland first forged a letter, that he claimed was written by Shakespeare expressing gratitude towards the Earl of Southampton for his patronage.
Ireland went on to make more findings—a promissory note , a written declaration of Protestant faith, letters to Anne Hathaway with a lock of hair attached , and to Queen Elizabeth —all supposedly in Shakespeare's hand.
He claimed that all came from the chest of the anonymous friend. He "found" books with Shakespeare's notes in the margins and "original" manuscripts for Hamlet and King Lear.
The experts of the day authenticated them all. On 24 December , Samuel Ireland published his own book about the papers, a lavishly illustrated and expensively produced set of facsimiles and transcriptions of the papers called Miscellaneous Papers and Legal Instruments under the Hand and Seal of William Shakespeare the book bears the publication date More people took interest in the matter and the plot began to unravel.
In , Ireland became bolder and produced a whole new play— Vortigern and Rowena. Sheridan read the play and noticed it was relatively simplistic compared to Shakespeare's other works.
John Philip Kemble , actor and manager of Drury Lane Theatre, later claimed he had serious doubts about its authenticity; he also suggested that the play appear on April Fool's Day, though Samuel Ireland objected, and the play was moved to the next day.
Although the Shakespeare papers had prominent believers including James Boswell , sceptics had questioned their authenticity from the beginning, and as the premiere of Vortigern approached, the press was filled with arguments over whether the papers were genuine or forgeries.
His attack on the papers, stretching to more than densely printed pages, showed convincingly that the papers could be nothing other than modern forgeries.
Although believers tried to hold their ground, scholars were convinced by Malone's arguments. Vortigern and Rowena opened on 2 April , just two days after Malone's book appeared.
Contemporary accounts differ in details, but most agree the first three acts went smoothly, and the audience listened respectfully.
Late in the play, though, Kemble used the chance to hint at his opinion by repeating Vortigern's line "and when this solemn mockery is o'er.
The play had only one performance, and was not revived until We put our clients first on the web offering same day updates and maintenance.
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A modern would-be forger must either copy an existing work, which, in the present state of art history and paleographical study, would be….
William Shakespeare , English poet, dramatist, and actor often called the English national poet and considered by many to be the greatest dramatist of all time.
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