Deputie, whom wee ordeyne, appointe, and authorise by these presentes of all suche Showes, Plaies, Plaiers, and Playmakers, together with their playinge places, to order and reforme, auctorise and put downe, as shalbe thought meete or unmeete unto himselfe,... Notes on the History of the Revels Office Under the Tudors - Page 72by Edmund Kerchever Chambers - 1906 - 80 pagesFull view
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