Memoirs of Edward Alleyn: Including Some New Particulars Respecting Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Massinger, Marston, Dekker, &c, Volume 7 (Google eBook)

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Shakespeare Society, 1841 - English drama - 219 pages
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Page 53 - How happy is he born and taught That serveth not another's will; Whose armor is his honest thought, And simple truth his utmost skill!
Page 9 - THE PROLOGUE TO THE STAGE AT THE COCK-PIT WE know not how our play may pass this stage, But by the best of poets in that age The Malta- Jew had being and was made ; And he then by the best of actors play'd: In Hero and Leander one did gain A lasting memory ; in Tamburlaine, This Jew, with others many, th...
Page 50 - In his service in the Low Countries he had in the face of both the camps killed an enemy and taken opima spolia from him.
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Page 96 - Mr Browne and the company, but not by his meanes, for he is put to half a shaer, and to stay hear, for they ar all against his going, now good Sir, as you have ever byne my worthie frend, so helpe me nowe.
Page 222 - XIII. That every Member not in arrear of his Annual Subscription, shall be entitled to One Copy of every Work published by the Society during that year. XIV. That the Members shall be invited to contribute or recommend Works for publication. XV. That Editors of Works printed by the Society shall be entitled to Twenty Copies of the Works they edit.
Page 54 - ... seldome in office gownd; A quiet mind, free powers, and body sound; A. wise simplicity; freindes...
Page 222 - ... Election, or after such Subscription shall have become due, shall thereupon cease to be a Member of the Society. XX. That the Council may appoint Local Secretaries in such places, and with such authorities as to them shall seem expedient ; every Local Secretary being a Member of the Society. XXI.
Page 154 - Malone has given copies, but omitting the subsequent, which is certainly one of the most interesting of the whole collection. "Mr. Hensloe, at the rose on the Bankside. " If you like my play of Columbus, it is verie well and you shall give me noe more...
Page 98 - ... then this present obligation to be void and of none effect or else to be and remain in full force, power and virtue.

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