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Page 226 - For the king's players. An olde playe called Winter's Tale, formerly allowed of by Sir George Bucke, and likewyse by mee on Mr. Hemmings his worde that there was nothing profane added or reformed, thogh the allowed booke was missinge, and therefore I returned it without a fee, this 19 of August, 1623.
Page 223 - Then, for Comedies, how full of harmeles myrth is our Cambridge Pedantiusl and the Oxford Bellum Grammaffcale? or, to speake of a London Comedie, how much good matter, yea and matter of state, is there in that Comedie cald the play ; of the Cards, in which it is showed how foure Parasiticall knaues robbe the foure principal!
Page xxiv - Playes acted before the Kinge and Queene this present yeare of the Lord 1636. 1. Easter munday at the Cockpitt the firste parte of Arviragus.* 2.
Page 223 - or to speake of a London Comedie, how much good matter, yea and matter of state, is there in that Comedie cald the play of the Cards ? in which it is showed, how foure Parasiticall knaues robbe the foure principall vocations of the Realme, videl.
Page 226 - Greene's Tu Quoque, or the Cittie Gallant. As it hath beene divers times acted by the Queenes Majesties Servants.
Page v - RT. HON. LORD BRAYBROOKE, FSA RT. HON. LORD F. EGERTON, MP RT. HON. THE EARL OF GLENGALL. RT. HON. LORD LEIGH. AMYOT, THOMAS, ESQ., FRS, TREAS. SA AYRTON, WILLIAM, ESQ., FRS, FSA BRUCE, JOHN, ESQ., FSA CAMPBELL, THOMAS, ESQ. COLLIER, J. PAYNE, ESQ., FSA, DIRECTOR. CRAIK, GEORGE L., ESQ. CUNNINGHAM, PETER, ESQ.
Page 11 - T; doghookes, wt staves, and other necessaries ; by him provyded for the hunters that made the crye after the fox (let loose in the Coorte) with theier howndf, homes, and Hunters hallowing, in the playe of Narscisses.
Page 147 - Ten shillings was paid in 1578-9 ffor A hoope and blewe Lynnen cloth to mend the clowde that was Borrowed and cut to serve the rock in the plaie of the burnyng knight and for the hire thereof and setting upp the same where it was borrowed.
Page 125 - A Morrall of the marryage of Mynde and Measure shewen at Richmond on the sondaie next after Newyeres daie enacted by the children of Pawles...
Page viii - The Accompte of the Money Expended by Sir David Murray Kt. as Reaper of the Privie Purse to the late Noble Prynce Henry, Prynce of Wales, reprinted by Peter Cunningham in Extracts from the Accounts of the Revels at Court, 1842, pp. viii-ix. The account relates to Jonson's Oberon, the Fairy Prince: A Masque of Prince Henry's.] The Venetian Ambassador, 1611. Marc...