Publications, Issue 7; Issue 28 (Google eBook)

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Shakespeare Society, 1853 - English literature - 290 pages
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Page 232 - THE HONEST WHORE : with the Humours of the Patient Man, and the Longing Wife; as it hath beene acted by her Majesties Servants with great applause.
Page v - J. PAYNE COLLIER, ESQ., FSA, DIRECTOR. BOLTON CORNEY, ESQ. PETER CUNNINGHAM, ESQ., TREASURER. THE REV. ALEXANDER DYCE. SIR HENRY ELLIS, KH, FRS, FSA JOHN FORSTER, ESQ.
Page 142 - The Life and Death of William Long beard, the most famous and witty English Traitor, borne in the Citty of London. Accompanied with manye other most pleasant and prettie histories : by TL of Lincolns Inne, Gent. Et nuga seria ducunt. Printed at London by Rychard Yardley and Peter Short, &c. 1593.
Page 273 - Pearce. The Enventary tacken of all the properties for my Lord Admeralles men, the 10 of Marche 1598. Item, j rocke, j cage, j tombe, j Hell mought. Item, j tome of Guido, j tome of Dido, j bedsteade. Item, viij lances, j payer of stayers for Fayeton. Item, ij stepells, & j chyme of belles, & j beacon. Item, j hecfor for the playe of Faeton, the limes dead. Item, j globe, & j golden scepter ; iij clobes.
Page 238 - Besides, it will show ill-favouredly to have a grocer's prentice to court a king's daughter. Cit. Will it so, sir? you are well read in histories! I pray you, what was Sir Dagonet? was not he prentice to a grocer in London? Read the play of "The Four Prentices of London," where they toss their pikes so.
Page xvi - Chapman, Dekker, Chettle, Porter, Wilson, Hathway, Day, S. Rowley, Haughton, Rankins, and Wadeson; but, although frequently mentioned, we have no specimen of the handwriting of Nash, Ben Jonson, Middleton, Webster, Marston, or Heywood. Among the players, who sign their own names or introduce memoranda, we find nearly every man that belonged to the company. It should be remarked that Marlowe and Greene died not long after the commencement of the Diary, that Peele certainly did not survive beyond 1598,...
Page vi - The COUNCIL of the NAVY RECORDS SOCIETY wish it to be distinctly understood that they are not answerable for any opinions or observations that may appear in the Society's publications. For these the responsibility rests entirely with the Editors of the several works.
Page 71 - ... to Marloes Tamberlen, so in all I saye payde twentye fyve shellinges. Rd by me of Mr. Phillipp Hynsley, for my Mr the Master of the Revells, this second daie of Januarye 1594, in full payement of a bonde of one hundreth powndes, the somme of tenn powndes, and in full payement of what soever is due from the daie above wrytten, untill Ashwednesdaie nexte 1 See the Mem. of Edw. Alleyn, p. 63, where a person calling himself Francis Challoner would have borrowed £10 of Mrs. Alleyn in 1603. This memorandum...
Page 225 - Shrew," which preceded Shakespeare's comedy, and which has been reprinted by the Shakespeare Society from the unique copy of 1594, in the library of the Duke of Devonshire. 2 Two old plays, we may presume, in the revival of which E. Alleyn had been instrumental. Longshanks had been brought out in 1595 (see p. 55); but of Philip of Spain we know nothing—excepting that he is introduced into Lust's Dominion, a play long erroneously assigned to Marlowe. 3 Founded upon a tragical incident of the time:...
Page 119 - Lent unto thomas Dowton, the 20 of febreary 1598, to lende unto antony mondaye, upon his seconde parte of the Downefall of earlle Huntyngton, surnamed Roben hoode. I saye lent the some of Layd owt unto Robarte Lee, the 22 of febreary 1 1598, for a boocke called the Myller, some of ... J Lent unto thomas Dowton, the 25 of febreary 1598, "1 to...

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