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" Major Cuffle ; a man of great account amongst them, and a notorious Papist : slain by the hands of Major Harrison, that godly and gallant gentleman... "
Memoirs of the Principal Actors in the Plays of Shakespeare - Page 273
by John Payne Collier - 1853 - 296 pages
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English literature - 1853
...hands of Major Harrison (that godly and gallant gentleman) Major Cuffle, a man of great account amongst them and a notorious papist, and Robinson the player, who, a little before the storme, was known to be mocking and scorning the Parliament.'' Hugh Peters's testimony seems decisive...
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Publications, Volume 32

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - Drama - 1846
...Shakespeare Society's Papers," Mr. P. Cunningham adduces a passage from a report by Hugh Peters to the House of Commons, dated 15th October, 1645, the day...it we have not only the dedication of Beaumont and Fletcher's works in 1647, which under ordinary circumstances would be deemed sufficient, but the actual...
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Oliver Cromwell's letters and speeches, with elucidations by T. Carlyle

Oliver Cromwell - 1850
...slain by the " hands of Major Harrison, that godly and gallant gentle" man," all men know him; "and Robinson the Player, " who, a little before the...known to be mocking " and scorning the Parliament and our Army. Eight or nine " gentlewomen of rank, running forth together, were enter" tained by the...
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Publications, Volume 16; Volume 32

English literature - 1853
...survived to join, with his nine fellows, in the dedication of Beaumont and Fletcher's works, in 1647. 1645, the day after the taking of Basing House, giving...it we have not only the dedication of Beaumont and Fletcher's works in 1647, which under ordinary circumstances would be deemed sufficient, but the actual...
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Recollections of literary characters and celebrated places

Katherine Thomson - Literary Criticism - 1854
...papist: he was slain by the hands of Major Harrison, a godly and gallant gentleman all know him ; and Robinson the player, who, a little before the...was known to be mocking and scorning the Parliament and our army." (Such are the words of Mr. Peters, who was employed to take a survey of Basing.) On...
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Oliver Cromwell's letters and speeches, with elucidations by T ..., Volume 1

Oliver Cromwell - 1857
...slain by the " hands of Major Harrison, that godly and gallant gentleman," all men know him; " and Robinson the Player, who, a little before " the storm, was known to be mocking and scorning the Parlia" ment and our Army. Eight or nine gentlewomen of rank, run" ning forth together, were entertained...
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Popular history of England, Volume 4

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1858
...railing provoked our soldiers, then in heat, into a further passion." Amongst the slain was " Eobinson the player, who a little before the storm was known to be mocking and scorning the Parliament and our army." * Some of the details of the plunder and destruction, as given by Peters, will furnish...
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Oliver Cromwell's letters and speeches: including the supplement ..., Volume 1

Oliver Cromwell - Great Britain - 1859
...; slain by the hands of Major Harrison, that godly and gallant gentleman," all men know him ; " and Robinson the Player, who a little before the storm was known tc be mocking and scorning the Parliament, and our Army. Eight or nine gentlewomen of rank, running...
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John Cassell's illustrated history of England. The text, to the reign of ...

Cassell, ltd - 1865
...Inigo Jones, and Hollar, the celebrated engraver. "Robinson, the player," says Peters, "was killed, who a little before the storm was known to be mocking and scorning the parliament and our army." The marquis's state bed, which cost thirteen hundred pounds, excited much wonder in...
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