bridge Edition, in one volume.
He has edited volumes of selections from Milton, Gray, Goldsmith, Wordsworth, and Browning, with Mrs. Browning's Sonnets from the Portuguese.
He is also the author of Shakespeare the boy, with sketches of youthful life of that period; The Satchel guide to Europe, published anonymously for twenty-eight years; and a book on the Elementary study of English.
With his son, John C. Rolfe, Ph. D., Professor of Latin in the University of Pennsylvania, he has edited Macaulay's Lays of ancient Rome.
He has published a series of elementary English classics in six volumes.
He has also supervised the publication of the New century edition de luxe of Shakespeare in twenty-four volumes, besides writing for it a Life of Shakespeare which fills a volume of five hundred and fifty pages, now published separately.
It is safe to say that no other American, and probably no Englishman, has rivaled him for the extent, variety, and accuracy of his services as an editor.