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The History of English Dramatic Poetry to the Time of Shakespeare: And ... - Page 228
by John Payne Collier - 1831 - 454 pages
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Publications, Volume 32

1846
...unto the dwelling-houses of the Lord Chamberlain and the Lord Hunsdon ; which rooms the said Burbadge is now altering, and meaneth very shortly to convert and turn the same into a common playhouse." ] The subscribers to this remonstrance objected to the scheme, on the ground that it would create a...
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The Comedies, Histories, Tragedies, and Poems of William Shakspere, Volume 7

William Shakespeare - 1851
...purposes of dramatic representation. They say, " which rooms the said Burbage is now altering, and mcaneth very shortly to convert and turn the same into a common playhouse." And yet we are not to infer that the rooms were hastily adapted to their object by the aid of a few...
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Memoirs of the Principal Actors in the Plays of Shakespeare, Volume 16

John Payne Collier - Actors - 1853 - 296 pages
...unto the dwelling-houses of the Lord Chamberlain and the Lord Hunsdon ; which rooms the said Burbadge is now altering, and meaneth very shortly to convert and turn the same into a common playhouse." i The subscribers to this remonstrance objected to the scheme, on the ground that it would create a...
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Publications, Volume 16; Volume 32

English literature - 1853
...unto the dwelling-houses of the Lord Chamberlain and the Lord Hunsdon ; which rooms the said Burbadge is now altering, and meaneth very shortly to convert and turn the same into a common playhouse." J The subscribers to this remonstrance objected to the scheme, on the ground that it would create a...
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The works of William Shakspere. Knight's Cabinet ed., with additional notes

William Shakespeare - 1856
...building was not very nicely adapted to the purposes of dramatic representation. They say, "which rooms the said Burbage is now altering, and meaneth very...convert and turn the same into a common playhouse." And yet we are not to infer that the rooms were hastily adapted to their object by the aid of a few...
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A Complete View of the Shakspere Controversy: Concerning the Authenticity ...

Clement Mansfield Ingleby - 1861 - 350 pages
...dwelling houses ' of the right honble the Lord Chamberlaine, and the Lord of ' Hunsdon; which Homes the said Burbage is now altering, ' and meaneth very...trouble, not onely to all the Noblemen and ' Gentlemen there about inhabiting, but also a general incon' venience to all the inhabitants of the same Precinct,...
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The Stratford Shakspere: Life of Shakspere by the editor. King John. King ...

William Shakespeare - 1867
...building was not very nicely adapted to the purposes of dramatic representation. They say, " which rooms the said Burbage is now altering, and meaneth very...convert and turn the same into a common playhouse." And yet we are not to infer that the rooms were hastily adapted to their object by the aid of a few...
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Memoranda Concerning the Family of Bispham in Great Britain and the United ...

1890 - 340 pages
...dwelling houses of the right honourable the Lord Chamberlaine and the Lord of Hunsdon, which roomes the said Burbage is now altering and meaneth very shortly to convert and turne the same into a common playhouse, which will grow to be a very great annoyance and trouble, not...
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The Shakespearean period in England

Karl Mantzius - Theater - 1904
...the dwelling houses of the right honorable the Lord Chamberlaine and the Lord of Hunsdon, which romes the said Burbage is now altering, and meaneth very shortly to convert and turne the same into a comon playhouse, which will grow to be a very great annoyance and trouble, not...
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A life of William Shakespeare

William James Rolfe - 1904 - 551 pages
...the dwelling houses of the right honorable the Lord Chamberlaine and the Lord of Hunsdon, which romes the said Burbage is now altering and meaneth very shortly to convert and turne the same into a comon playhouse, which will grow to be a very great annoyance and trouble, not...
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