Henslowe's Diary, Volume 1
General Books, Mar 6, 2012 - 64 pages
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 Excerpt: ... 28 of July 1598 to by a payer of sceartes of whitte satten for a womons gowne layd wth whitte lace the some of pd vnto mr drayton & mr deckers the 28 of July "j 1598 in full payment of a boocke called haneball " J-x" & hermes other wisse called worsse feared then hurtej lent vnto mr deckers the same time vpon the "-15 15-17-8 next boocke called perce of winschester II a d I20-15-4 Lent the company the 30 of July 1598 to bye a Boocke of John daye called the con queste of brute wth the first fyndinge of the bathe the some of Lent vnto the company the 8 of aguste 1598 to paye mr drayton willsone & dickers in pte of payment of a boocke called perce of winschester the some of lent vnto antony monday the 9 of aguste 1598 in earneste of a comodey for the corte called the some of mr drayton hath geuen his worde for yt the boocke to be done wth in one fortnight wittnes Thomas dowton Lent vnto the company the 10 of aguste 1598 to" paye mr drayton willsone & dickers in fulle I payment for a boocke called perce of winschester the some of lent vnto the company the 18 of aguste 1598 to' bye a Boocke called hoote anger sone cowld of. mr porter mr cheattell & bengemen Johnson in V fulle payment the some of Lent vnto the company the 19 of aguste 1598 to paye vnto mr willson monday & deckers in pte of payment of a boocke called chance medley thefiiij some of iiij" v" in this maner willson xxx cheattell xxx" mondy xxv" J say' Lent vnto Thomas dowton the 21 of aguste"! 1598 to by a sewte & a gowne for vayvode Vx" the some of tene pownde J saye lent J wittnes mr willsone Lent mr willsone the 21 of aguste 1598 in (e)x, earnest of a Boocke called cattelyne some of../ Lent vnto Robart shaw t...
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