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" for the maintenance and relief of himself and the rest of his company, being prohibited to present any plays publicly in or near London, by reason of great peril that might grow through the extraordinary concourse and assembly of people, to a new increase... "
Extracts from the Accounts of the Revels at Court, in the Reigns of Queen ... - Page xxxv
by Peter Cunningham - 1853 - 228 pages
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Publications, Volume 7

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - 1842
...twentye nobles apeece in all amountinge to the some of liii11. To Richard Burbadg one of his MatieJ Comedyans uppon the Councells Warrant dated at Hampton...the Cyttie in a more perfect health : by waye of his Matie8 free gifte xxx". To Edward Allen and Edward Jubie twoe of ther princes players upon the Councells...
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The Comedies, Histories, Tragedies, and Poems of William Shakspere, Volume 7

William Shakespeare - 1851
...of great peril that might grow through the extraordinary concourse and assembly of people, to a new increase of the plague, till it shall please God to settle the city in a more perfect health." * But though the public playhouses might be closed through the fear...
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Publications

English literature - 1853
...twentye nobles apeece in all amountinge to the some of liii". To Richard Burbadg one of his Ma" e< Comedyans uppon the Councells Warrant dated at Hampton...Councells Warrant dated at the Courte at Whitehall 19 Febr. 1603[4] for the paynes and expenses of themselves and the rest of their companie in presentinge...
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The works of William Shakspere. Knight's Cabinet ed., with additional notes

William Shakespeare - 1856
...of great peril that might grow through the extraordinary concourse and assembly of people, to a new increase of the plague, till it shall please God to settle the city in a more perfect health."* But though the public playhouses might be closed through the fear...
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The Stratford Shakspere: Life of Shakspere by the editor. King John. King ...

William Shakespeare - 1867
...of great peril that might grow through the extraordinary concourse and assembly of people, to a new increase of the plague, till it shall please God to settle the city in a more perfect health." b But though the public playhouses might be closed through the fear...
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A Chronicle History of the Life and Work of William Shakespeare, Player ...

Frederick Gard Fleay - Dramatists, English - 1886 - 364 pages
...of great peril that might grow through the extraordinary concourse and assembly of people to a new increase of the plague, till it shall please God to settle the city in a more perfect health." From July 1603 till March 1604 the theatres were probably closed. Hence...
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A Chronicle History of the Life and Work of William Shakespeare, Player ...

Frederick Gard Fleay - Dramatists, English - 1886 - 364 pages
...of great peril that might grow through the extraordinary concourse and assembly of people to a new increase of the plague, till it shall please God to settle the city in a more perfect health." From July 1603 till March 1604 the theatres were probably closed. Hence...
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A Chronicle History of the Life and Work of William Shakespeare, Player ...

Frederick Gard Fleay - Dramatists, English - 1886 - 364 pages
...of great peril that might grow through the extraordinary concourse and assembly of people to a new increase of the plague, till it shall please God to settle the city in a more perfect health." From July 1603 till March 1604 the theatres were probably closed. Hence...
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Is There Any Resemblance Between Shakespeare & Bacon?

Charles F. Steel - 1888 - 301 pages
...of great peril that might grow through the extraordinary concourse and assembly of the people to an increase of the plague, till it shall please God to settle the city in a more perfect health. From July, 1603, until March, 1604, the theatres were probably closed."...
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London companies

John Tucker Murray - Theater - 1910
...Feb. 2 and 18, the King's men acted before him.2 On Feb. 8, 1604, James gave Richard Burbage 30, ' for the mayntenance and reliefe of himselfe and the...please God to settle the Cyttie in a more perfect health.'3 By March 15, 1604, it was considered safe for James to make his formal entry into London....
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