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" Uppon Weddensdaye, one Browne, a serving man in a blew coat, a shifting fellowe, having a perilous wit of his owne, intending a spoil if he could have brought it to passe, did at the theatre-doore quarrell with certayn poore boyes, handicraft... "
Queen Elizabeth and Her Times: A Series of Original Letters, Selected from ... - Page 227
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Queen Elizabeth and her times, original letters selected from the private ...

William Cecil (1st baron Burghley.) - 1838
...his house, the which is at the Vicarage. That night returned to London, and found all the wardes iull of watches. The cause thereof was for that neere the...prentizes, and strooke some of them ; and lastlie, he, with his swoid, wounded and maymed one of the boyes upon the left hand. Whereupon there assembled near...
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A Life of William Shakespeare

William James Rolfe - Dramatists, English - 1904 - 551 pages
...1584, there was a disturbance just outside the Theatre, thus narrated in a letter to Lord Burghley: "Uppon Weddensdaye one Browne, a serving man in a blew coat, a shifting fellowe, havinge a perrelous witt of his owne, entending a sport if he cold have browght it to passe, did at...
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Shakespeare's London

Henry Thew Stephenson - Great Britain - 1905 - 357 pages
...Theatre." (Lord Mayor to the Privy Council, April 12, 1580.) In June, 1584, Lord Burleigh wrote : " Uppon Weddensdaye one Browne, a serving man in a blew coat, a shifting fellowe, having a perrelous wit of his owne, entending a sport if he could have browght it to passe, did at The Theatre...
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Shakespeare's London

Henry Thew Stephenson - Great Britain - 1905 - 357 pages
...Theatre." (Lord Mayor to the Privy Council, April 12, 1580.) In June, 1584, Lord Burleigh wrote : " Uppon Weddensdaye one Browne, a serving man in a blew coat, a shifting fellowe, having a perrelous wit of his owne, entending a sport if he could have browght it to passe, did at The Theatre...
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Shakespeare's London

Henry Thew Stephenson - Great Britain - 1905 - 357 pages
...Theatre." (Lord Mayor to the Privy Council, April 12, 1580.) In June, 1584, Lord Burleigh wrote : " Uppon Weddensdaye one Browne, a serving man in a blew coat, a shifting fcllowe, having a perrelous wit of his owne, entending a sport if he could have browght it to passe,...
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The Cambridge History of English Literature: The drama to 1642

Sir Adolphus William Ward, Alfred Rayney Waller - English literature - 1910
...disturbances which are on record. Such incidents as those which took place outside the Theater in 1584, when 'one Browne, a serving man in a blew coat, a shifting fellowe,' attacked an apprentice with a sword, were due rather to the fact that the neighbourhood of this house...
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Playgoing in Shakespeare's London

Andrew Gurr - English drama - 1996 - 307 pages
...Burghley, received a vivid report of this affray from William Fleetwood. Again, it happened in summer. Uppon Weddensdaye one Browne, a serving man in a blew coat, a shifting fellowe having a perrelous witt of his owne, entending a spoile if he cold have browght it to passe, did at Theatre...
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The Drama to 1642

A. W. Ward, A. R. Waller - English literature - 1969 - 409 pages
...disturbances which are on record. Such incidents as those which took place outside the Theater in 1584, when 'one Browne, a serving man in a blew coat, a shifting fellowe,' attacked an apprentice with a sword, were due rather to the fact that the neighbourhood of this house...
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