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" ... part in preparing for the said interlude, we will and require you that from henceforward ye do your utmost to prevent and hinder any such commotion in future, and for this ye have my warrant for apprehending and putting in prison any papists who shall,... "
Notices Illustrative of the Drama: And Other Popular Amusements, Chiefly in ... - Page 20
1865 - 310 pages
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Letters of the Kings of England: Now First Colected from the ..., Volume 1

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Great Britain - 1846
...who took a part in preparing for the said interlude, we will and require you that from henceforward ye do your utmost to prevent and hinder any such commotion...are beholding the same to any breach of the peace. Given, &c. Henry VIII. to some of the Bishops? November 20th, 1536. Right reverend father-in-God, right...
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Letters of the Kings of England: Now First Collected from the ..., Volume 1

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Great Britain - 1846
...who took a part in preparing for the said interlude, we will and require you that from henceforward ye do your utmost to prevent and hinder any such commotion...are beholding the same to any breach of the peace. Given, &c. Henry VIII. to some of the Bishops? November 20th, 1536. Right reverend father-in-God, right...
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Letters of the Kings of England, Now First Collected from Royal ..., Volume 1

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Great Britain - 1848
...who took a part in preparing for the said interlude, we will and require you that from henceforward ye do your utmost to prevent and hinder any such commotion...are beholding the same to any breach of the peace. Given, &c. Henry VIII. to some of the Bishops2 November 20th, 1536. Right reverend father-in-God, right...
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Letters of the Kings of England: now first collected from royal ..., Volume 1

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Great Britain - 1848
...who took a part in preparing for the said interlude, we will and require you that from henceforward ye do your utmost to prevent and hinder any such commotion...are beholding the same to any breach of the peace. Given, &c. Henry VIII. to some of the Bishops? November 20th, 1536. Right reverend father-in-God, right...
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Government regulation of Elizabethan drama

Virginia Crocheron Gildersleeve - Theater - 1908 - 259 pages
...the Justice to prevent any such commotion in future, and gives him authority to arrest and imprison "any papists who shall, in performing interludes which...are beholding the same to any breach of the peace." The passage, in 1539, of the Act abolishing Diversity in Opinions, which reasserted the doctrine of...
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The Medieval Drama

Sandro Sticca - Literary Criticism - 1972 - 154 pages
...papists who took part in preparing for the said interlude, we will and require you that from henceward ye do your utmost to prevent and hinder any such commotion...in performing interludes which are founded on any portion of the Old or New Testament, say or make use of any language which may tend to excite those...
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Drama, Play, and Game: English Festive Culture in the Medieval and Early ...

Lawrence M. Clopper - Drama - 2001 - 343 pages
...asks the justice to do his utmost to prevent and hinder such commotion in the future and to imprison any papists "who shall, in performing interludes which...are beholding the same to any breach of the peace." The sedition consists in using biblical texts to incite the crowd against actions taken by Henry in...
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The Cambridge Introduction to Early English Theatre

Janette Dillon - Drama - 2006 - 296 pages
...papists who took part in preparing for the said interlude, we will and require you that from henceforward ye do your utmost to prevent and hinder any such commotion...language which may tend to excite those who are beholding to the same to any breach of the peace. Letter from Henry VIII to the justices of York, c. 1 536-7...
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