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Page vi - The COUNCIL of the NAVY RECORDS SOCIETY wish it to be distinctly understood that they are not answerable for any opinions or observations that may appear in the Society's publications. For these the responsibility rests entirely with the Editors of the several works.
Page 293 - THE FAIR MAID OF THE EXCHANGE, with the Merry Humours and Pleasant Passages of the Cripple of Fanchurch : a Comedy, by THOMAS HEYWOOD. From the first edition, 1607: accompanied by the Play of FORTUNE BY LAND AND SEA, by Thomas Heywood and W. Rowley, from the edition of 1655.
Page 199 - Hieronimo. Newly corrected, amended, and enlarged with new Additions of the Painters part, and others, as it hath of late been diuers times acted.
Page 294 - THE MIRROR OF MONSTERS : an attack upon theatrical performances in 1587 by WILLIAM RANKINS, who afterwards became a Dramatic Poet, and the author of Satires, &c., printed in 1596. 6. TRANSLATIONS OF TWO ITALIAN COMEDIES, GL' INGANNI AND GL' INGANNATI, the plots of which bear a strong resemblance to Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.
Page 294 - William Rowley. Edited by Barron Field. The Marriage of Wit and Wisdom. An Ancient Interlude. From the original Manuscript recently discovered. Memoirs of the Principal Actors in Shakespeare's Plays. By J. Payne Collier.
Page 258 - Hawoode 1 came and hiered hime seallfe with me as a covenante searvante for ij yeares, by the Recevinge of ij syngell pence, acordinge to the statute of winchester, and to begine at the daye above written, and not to playe any wher publicke abowt London not whille thes -ij yeares be exspired, but in my howsse : yf he do, then he dothe...
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