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20 Lent aguste Alleyn apoyntment aprell autograph Boocke called Collier comodey cope lace crossed desembj dickers docter drayton earneste entry febreary foloweth forgery frenshe fulle payment geue vnto hand haue henry chettle Henslowe Henslowe's howsse iiij inches blank J-xx Jenewary Jewe of malta John henslow Jtm pd vnto July June Langworth Layd owt lent hime Lent vnto John Lent vnto Robart Lent vnto Thomas Lent vnto wm lode majuscule marche maye mony naylles novmbj octobj owe vnto payd paye vnto Phillip playe called player pownd pte of payment qters Receued Redey money Redy saye lent sellfe septmbj sewt signature ther thomas towne tragedie tyme viij viijd vjd R7 vnto harey chettell vnto Robart shawe vnto the company vnto Thomas downton vpon wittnes womon xiiij xiij xijd xviij xvij xxij xxvj xxxx
Page xl - pd this 23 of aguste 1597 to harey porter to carye to T Nashe nowe at this tyme in the flete for wrytinge of the eylle of dogges ten shellings to be paid agen to me when he canne J saye ten shillinges
Page xxxix - shellinges'; for, in order that the writing may appear to be under, and not over, the old blot, he has at first carried up the // (as if writing «) only as far as the lower edge of the blot, and has then started again from the upper edge to make the loops.
Page 178 - bengemy Johnsone Lent ^ at the a poyntment of E Alleyn & w" 1 birde the 22 of June 1602 in earneste of a Boocke called Richard crockbacke & for new adicyons for Jeronymo the some of
Page 212 - of the Rosse & in no other howse a bowt london publicke & yf Restraynte be granted then to go for the tyme into the contrey & after to retorne agayne to london yf he breacke this a sumsett then to forfett vnto me for the same a hundreth markes of lafull money of Ingland wittnes to this E Alleyn & John
Page 123 - of phillipp Henchlow to pay m r monday m r drayton & m r wilsson & haythway for the first pte of the lyfe of S r Jhon Ouldcasstell & in earnest of the Second pte for the vse of the compayny ten pownd J say receved
Page xliii - Doubtless, a comedy upon the story of ' the King and the poor Northern Man, or too good to be True.' In other entries the play is called only ' Too good to be True.' An old poem on this subject was reprinted in 1841
Page 213 - hime sealfe to come and playe w th my lord admeralles mean at my howsse called by the name of the Rosse setewate one the back after this order folowinge he hathe Receued of me
Page xxi - The players often pledged their dresses with him, and afterwards hired them when they were wanted : this probably was the commencement of Henslowe's connection with plays and theatres.
Page xl - Lent the 14 may 1597 to Jubie vppon a notte from Nashe twentie shellinges more for the Jylle of dogges w ch he is wrytinge for the company The