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" After their departure the throngs and tumults did somewhat cease, although so much of them continued as was able to disorder and confound any good inventions whatsoever. In regard whereof, as also for that the sports intended were especially for the gracing... "
Shakespeare's The comedy of errors - Page 11
by William Shakespeare - 1905 - 200 pages
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Outlines of the life of Shakespeare

James Orchard Halliwell- Phillipps - 1881
...Templarians retiring in dudgeon. " After their departure," as we are told in the original narrative, " the throngs and tumults did somewhat cease, although...gentlewomen ; and, after such sports, a Comedy of Errors, like to Plautus his Menechmus, was played by the players ; so that night was begun and continued to...
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Outlines of the Life of Shakespeare

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Dramatists, English - 1881 - 192 pages
...dudgeon. " After their departure," as we are told in the original narrative, " the throngs and _tumults did somewhat cease, although so much of them continued as was able to disorder and confound L any good inventions whatsoever ; in regard whereof, as also for that the sports intended were especially...
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Gray's Inn: Its History & Associations, Comp. from Original and Unpublished ...

William Ralph Douthwaite - Gray's Inn - 1886 - 283 pages
...convenient room for the actors. The Templarians seem to have left the Hall " discontented and displeased. After their departure the throngs and tumults did...any good Inventions whatsoever. In regard whereof it was thought good not to offer anything of Account, saving Dancing and Revelling with Gentlewomen;...
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The Life of Shakespeare: Copied from the Best Sources, Without Comment

Daniel Webster Wilder - Dramatists, English - 1893 - 206 pages
..." Gesta Grayorum." It describes a performance on the evening of December 28, 1594, and says : " After their departure, the throngs and tumults did...was thought good not to offer anything of account save dancing and revelling with gentlewomen ; and after such sports a Comedy of Errors, like to Plautus...
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Shakespeare's London: a study of London in the reign of Queen Elizabeth

Thomas Fairman Ordish - London (England) - 1897 - 257 pages
...convenient room for the actors. The Templarians seem to have left the Hall, " discontented and displeased. After their departure the throngs and tumults did...any good Inventions whatsoever. In regard whereof it was thought good not to offer anything of Account, saving Dancing and Revelling with Gentlewomen...
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The Works of Shakespeare: The comedy of errors

William Shakespeare, William James Craig, Robert Hope Case - 1907
...proper space for the performance. The guests from the Temple retired " discontented and displeased. After their departure the throngs and tumults did...the sports intended were especially for the gracing the Templarians, it was thought good not to offer anything of Account saving Dancing and Revelling...
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Shakespeare's London: a commentary on Shakespeare's life and work in London ...

Thomas Fairman Ordish - London (England) - 1904 - 331 pages
...convenient room for the actors. The Templarians seem to have left the Hall, " discontented and displeased. After their departure the throngs and tumults did...any good Inventions whatsoever. In regard whereof it was thought good not to offer anything of Account, saving Dancing and Revelling with Gentlewomen...
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William Shakespeare, His Family and Friends

Charles Isaac Elton, Andrew Lang - Drama - 1904 - 521 pages
...performers. The guests from the Temple retired in displeasure, and the "throngs and tumults," as we are told, "did somewhat cease, although so much of them continued,...disorder and confound any good Inventions whatsoever." We can imagine the dismay of the actors at all this noise. The scene recalls the words: " By my troth,...
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William Shakespeare, his family and friends

Charles Isaac Elton, Andrew Lang - 1904 - 521 pages
...my troth, your town is troubled with unruly boys."2 " In regard whereof," the narration continues, "as also for that the sports intended were especially for the gracing the Templarians, it was thought good not to offer anything of Account, saving Dancing and Revelling...
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The Comedy of Errors, Volume 3

William Shakespeare - 1907 - 184 pages
...proper space for the performance. The guests from the Temple retired " discontented and displeased. After their departure the throngs and tumults did...the sports intended were especially for the gracing the Templarians, it was thought good not to offer anything of Account saving Dancing and Revelling...
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