Henslowe's Diary: Text

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A. H. Bullen, 1904 - Theater
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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
Page 27 - the name of god Amen begininge at newing ton my Lord Admeralle men & my Lorde chamberlen men As ffolowethe 1594 y

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