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" This remarkable paper has, perhaps, never seen the light from the moment it was presented, until it was very recently discovered. It is seven years anterior to the date of any other authentic record, which contains the name of our great dramatist... "
The History of English Dramatic Poetry to the Time of Shakespeare: And ... - Page 299
by John Payne Collier - 1831
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1831
...Augustine Phillips, VOL. iI. (1831.) NO. in. 2 c " William Shakespeare, " William Kempe, " \Villiam Slye, " Nicholas Tooley. ' This remarkable paper has,...conjectures as to the rank he held in the company in 1596, aa a poet and as a player. It is in these terms : — ' " To the right honourable the Lords of her...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 8

History - 1861
..."Annals of the Stage," after extended remarks upon the importance of this document, merely says, " This remarkable paper has, perhaps, never seen the...light from the moment it was presented, until it was recently discovered." No direct assertion here that Mr. Collier discovered it, but a leading of the...
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The Plays of Shakespeare with the Poems, Volume 1

William Shakespeare, Howard Staunton - 1858
...his History of English Dram. Poet. (1831), where it is preceded by the following observations : — f; So will I those that kept me company. (*) First...have been, Approach me ; and thou shalt he as thou " To tlte right honorable tlie LI of her Ma1'" most honorable priaie Counsetl. " The humble petition...
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The Plays of Shakespeare, Volume 1

William Shakespeare - Drama - 1858
...his llitlory of English Dram. Poet. (1831), where it is preceded by the following observations : — utledge & Co tiie rank he held in the company in 1596, as a poet and as a player. " To tlte right honorable t/te...
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The Plays of Shakespeare, Volume 1

William Shakespeare - 1858
...his ílistory of Enrjhth Dram. Poet. (1&31), where it is preceded by the following observations: — "This remarkable paper has, perhaps, never seen the...until it was very recently discovered. It is seven ycurs anterior to the date of any other authentic record, which contains the name of our great dramatist,...
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An Inquiry Into the Genuineness of the Manuscript Corrections in Mr. J ...

Nicholas Esterhazy Stephen Armytage Hamilton - Literary forgeries and mystifications - 1860 - 155 pages
...Shakspere forgeries it might readily pass as genuine. But an examination of the handwriting Augustiue Phillips, William Shakespeare, . . . William Kempe,...it may warrant various conjectures as to the rank ho held in the company in 1596, as a poet and as a player."— COLLIER, Annals of tlie Stage, vol....
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An inquiry into the genuineness of the manuscript corrections in Mr. J ...

Nicholas Esterhazy Stephen Armytage Hamilton - Literary forgeries and mystifications - 1860 - 155 pages
...Office ; and Mr. Collier prints it in his Annals of the Stage (1831), with the following notice: — "This remarkable paper has, perhaps, never seen the...which contains the name of our great dramatist."* * The following is the entire passage in which Mr. Collier states the discovery of the record. " The...
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A review of the present state of the Shakespearian controversy

Thomas Duffus Hardy (sir.) - 1860
...failure of one would be the condemnation of the whole. Mr. Collier, however, in one instance, says, " This remarkable paper has, perhaps, never seen the light, from the moment it was first presented, until it was recently discovered." Here he would seem to treat the document as an...
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A Complete View of the Shakspere Controversy: Concerning the Authenticity ...

Clement Mansfield Ingleby - Drama - 1861 - 350 pages
...Burbage, ' John Hemings, ' Augustine Phillips, ' William Shakespeare, ' William Kempe, ' William Slye, 1 Nicholas Tooley. This remarkable paper has, perhaps,...in the company in 1596, as a poet and as a player.* * Malone had nothing upon which to found himself, but the list of actors in some of Ben Jonson's plays,...
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The Works of Shakespeare, Volume 1

William Shakespeare - 1862
...his History of English Dram. Poet. (1S31), where it is preceded by the following observations : — rs in all the quarto copies, without, however, " To t/ieriyltt Itonvrutbte the LI of /«?r J/a(My most honorable priine Counsctt. " The humble petition...
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