Collections, Volume 15
This miscellaneous volume contains a transcript by Ralph Crane of Middleton's A Game at Chess, a player's part from an otherwise unknown Jacobean play performed at Oxford, records of entertainments at the Middle Temple in the early seventeenth century, and a proposal for a fireworks display for Queen Elizabeth.
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