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Books Books 1 - 7 of 7 on of the Rosse & in no other howse a bowt london publicke & yf Restraynte be granted....  
" of the Rosse & in no other howse a bowt london publicke & yf Restraynte be granted then to go for the tyme into the contrey & after to retorne agayne to london yf he breacke this a sumsett then to forfett vnto me for the same a hundreth markes of lafull... "
Henslowe's Diary: Text - Page 212
by Philip Henslowe - 1904
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The Diary of Philip Henslowe, from 1591 to 1609, Volumes 7-8

Philip Henslowe - Theater - 1845 - 290 pages
...in my howsse only known by the name of the Rosse, and in no other howsse about London publicke ; and yf restraynte be granted, then to go for the tyme into the contrey, and after to one of the "hirelings" of Henslowe's company. By another entry it appears that he was...
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The development of Shakespeare as a dramatist

George Pierce Baker - Drama - 1907 - 329 pages
...by the name 1 Shakespeare Society's Papers, Vol. III, pp. 80-81. of the Rosse & in no other howsse a bowt london publicke & yf Restraynte be granted...lafull money of Ingland wittnes to this E Alleyn & John midleton." l The supply of plays was large because production of them was rapid. On this point there...
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The Development of Shakespeare as a Dramatist

George Pierce Baker - 1907 - 329 pages
...the name 1 Shakespeare Society's Papers, Vol. Ill, pp. 80-81. [62] of the Rosse & in no other howsse a bowt london publicke & yf Restraynte be granted...lafull money of Ingland wittnes to this E Alleyn & John midleton." 1 The supply of plays was large because production of them was rapid. On this point there...
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The Development of Shakespeare as a Dramatist

George Pierce Baker - 1907 - 329 pages
...the name 1 Shakespeare Society's Papers, Vol. Ill, pp. 80-81. [62] of the Rosse & in no other howsse a bowt london publicke & yf Restraynte be granted...lafull money of Ingland wittnes to this E Alleyn & John midleton." The supply of plays was large because production of them was rapid. On this point there...
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Publications, Issue 7; Issue 28

English literature - 1853 - 290 pages
...in my howsse only known by the name of the Rosse, and in no other howsse about London publicke; and yf restraynte be granted, then to go for the tyme into the contrey, and after to one of the "hirelings" of Henslowe's company. By another entry it appears that he was...
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The Shakespearean Stage, 1574-1642

Andrew Gurr - Performing Arts - 1992 - 280 pages
...the eand & tearme of iii yeares emediatly followinge & to playe in my howsse only known by the name of the Rosse & in no other howse a bowt London publicke...agayne to London yf he breacke this a sumsett then to forfert unto me for the same a hundreth markes of la full money of Ingland wittnes to this E. Alleyn...
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Documents of the Rose Playhouse

Carol Chillington Rutter - Literary Criticism - 1999 - 246 pages
...the eand & tearme of iij yeares emediatly fobowinge & to playe in my howsse only knowne by the name of the Rosse & in no other howse a bowt london publicke...markes of lafull money of Ingland wittnes to this EAlleyn & John midelton more over Richard Jones at that tyme hathe tacken one other ijd of me vpon...
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