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Alphonsus Artoise Bast Bastard Biographical Chronicle Bishop Black Prince blood Bohemia braue brest Castle Ccesar character Chettle Clyn Crowne Cullen Dekker Doubtful Plays Duke of Savoy Elector Emperour England English Drama English King Enter entries euery Exeunt Exit father fauour Fitz Floram Floramell foure Prentises France French King friends Fyth Fytz giue Hathway haue heart heauen Hector of Germany heere Henry the Bastard Henslowe Henslowe's Diary Heywood honour King Edward King of Bohemia leaue liues Lord Clinton Lord Cromwell Lord Fitzwaters loue Maiestie Mentz nere neuer Osrick Palatine Palsgr Palsgraue Pedro Peter play plot poets Queene Read rime Royall Sauoy Saxon Scene seems selfe selues shee Sonne Souldiers Spain Spayne sword thee thinke thou Trier Uandome valour vnto vpon warre weele Wentworth Smith William Smith yeelds young Fitzwaters
Page 144 - Over thy wounds now do I prophesy Which like dumb mouths do ope their ruby lips.
Page 66 - W. Smith. THE PROLOGUE OUr Authour for himselfe, this bad me say, Although the Palsgraue be the name of th' Play, Tis not that Prince, which in this Kingdome late, Marryed the Mayden-glory of our state: What Pen dares be so bold in this strict age, To bring him
Page 21 - The long time rumour'd Hog. .. .still deceiving men's expectations.... at length got loose, Leaving his servile yoke-stick to the goose, Hath a Knight's license.. .. Our Swine is not grunting at state affairs, or
Page 33 - The Hector of Germany, professedly dealing with a contemporary of the Black Prince, is an audacious revision of the history of the fourteenth century in the spirit of the seventeenth.
Page 92 - gratious soueraigne. And though this day looke blacke with my disgrace, Your Royall presence whites an JEthyops face. King. I accept your kindnesse, & wilbe your Guest. Exeunt. [Act III. Scene i. Battle-field, Mazieres, Spain.'} Enter the
Page 44 - 1602 to bye iiij lances for the comody of Thomas Hewodes and Mr Smythes, some of viij s.." and immediately following this, on September 4, an item of twenty-seven shillings, eight pence for a silk flag, probably for the same play. The next entry records full payment for a book by Heywood and Smith called "Albert Galles.
Page 142 - NOTES ON THE TEXT. DEDICATORY LETTER, p. 67. Quicquid conabor dicere versus erit. An adaptation or an inexact quotation of OVID, Tristium IV, 10, 25-26. Sponte sua carmen numeros veniebat ad aptos: Quicquid temptabam scribere versus erat. P. 67. Naturam
Page 66 - will make me proceede farther in your praise. And as I haue begun in a former Play, called the Freemans Honour, acted by the Now-seruants of the Kings