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  1. Much ado about nothing, act IV, scene II, Dogb.: O villain! Though wilt be condemned into everlasting redemption for this [graphic] / painted by Robt. Smirke ; engraved by Jno. Ogborne. (1)
  2. Much ado about nothing, act IV, scene II: Dogb.: O villain! Thou wilt be condemned into everlasting redemption for this [graphic] / Smirke, del. ; Starling, sc. (1)
  3. Much ado about nothing, Beatrice: Against my will, I am sent to bid you come in to dinner, act II, sc. III [graphic] / F.P. Stephanoff ; C. Heath. (1)
  4. Much ado about nothing, Benedict: Is it possible! Sits the wind in that corner! [act II, scene 3] [graphic] / engraved by Charles Taylor, from a drawing by Robert Smirke. (1)
  5. Much ado about nothing, D. Pedro: How dost though, Benedick the married man? Act V, sc. 4 [graphic] / painted by T. Stothard, R.A. ; engrav'd by Armstrong. (1)
  6. Much ado about nothing, I, 3: Miss Winifred Emery as Beatrice, Mr. Tree as Benedick, played at His Majesty's Theatre [graphic] / [Frederick Henry Townsend]. (1)
  7. Much ado about nothing, II, 3, Beatrice and Benedick, Beatrice: "Against my will I am sent to bid you come in to dinner" [graphic] / J.E. Buckley, 1854. (1)
  8. Much ado about nothing, II, 5 [as performed at His Majesty's Theatre] Beatrice: "Kill Claudio," Mr. Herbert Beerbohm Tree as Benedick, Miss Winifred Emery as Beatrice [graphic] / Max Cowper. (1)
  9. Much ado about nothing, Imperial Theatre [graphic] / Ralph Cleaver. (1)
  10. Much ado about nothing, IV, 2 [graphic]. (1)
  11. Much ado about nothing, Leon.: Dost thou look up? Friar: Yea wherefore should she not, act 4, scene 1 [graphic] / P. I. de Loutherbourg invt. ; Collyer sculpt. (1)
  12. Much ado about nothing, Leonato, Pedro, Claudio, Benedick, Hero, &c, act IV, scene 1 [graphic] / Hamilton, del. ; Starling, sc. (1)
  13. Much ado about nothing, Ursula: But are you sure that Benedict loves Beatrice so entirely, act III, scene I [graphic] / painted by Singleton ; engraved by C. Heath. (1)
  14. Much ado about nothing, V, 4 "Claudio, why then she's mine sweet let me see your face" [graphic] / [John James Chalon]. (1)
  15. Much ado about nothing,[IV, 2]: The examination of Borachio and Conrade [graphic] / engraved by Isaac Taylor Junr., from a drawing by Robert Smirke. (1)
  16. Much ado about nothing. But are you sure that Benedict loves Beatrice so entirely? [graphic] / Louis Rhead. (1)
  17. Much ado about nothing: "Why, how now, cousin? Wherefore sink you down." ; act 4 scene 1 [graphic] / Thurston del. ; Rhodes sculp. (1)
  18. Much ado about nothing… arranged for production at Daly's Theatre (9)
  19. Much Ado about Shakespeare / Salvador Dali. (1)
  20. Mudie, 19th/20th cent., binder. (1)