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Äussere geschichte der englischen theatertruppen in dem zeitraum von 1559 ... - Page 233
by Hermann Maas - 1907 - 283 pages
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The Plays of Philip Massinger: In Four Volumes, Volume 1

Philip Massinger - English drama - 1805
...play at Newmarket, set his marke upon the place with his own hande, and in thes words: — This is loo insolent, and to bee changed. " Note, that the poett makes it the speech of a king, Don Pedro of Spayne, and spoken to his subjects." * That the exhibition of those masks was attended with a considerable...
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The Plays of William Shakespeare: In Twenty-one Volumes, with the ..., Volume 3

William Shakespeare, Samuel Johnson, George Steevens - 1813
...over the play at Newmarket, set his marke upon the place with his owne hande, and in thes words : * This is too insolent, and to bee changed.' " Note,...Pedro king of Spayne, and spoken to his subjects. " On thursday the 9 of Aprill, 1640, my Lord Chamberlen bestow'da play on the Kinge and Queene, call'd...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger,: Advertisement to the second edition ...

Philip Massinger - 1813
...over the play at Newmarket, set his marke upon the place with his own hande, and in thes words : — This is too insolent, and to bee changed. " Note,...the poett makes it the speech of a king, Don Pedro of Spayne, and spoken to his subjects." ' That the exhibition of those masks was attended with a considerable...
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Plays: Advertisement to the second edition. Introduction; Essay on the ...

Philip Massinger, William Gifford - 1813
...Newmarket, set his marke upon the place with his own hande, and in thes words : — This is too irtfolent, and to bee changed. " Note, that the poett makes it the speech of a king, Don Pedro of Spayne, and spoken to his subjects." This play is • lost. It was probably a revived one, as sir...
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Government Regulation of the Elizabethan Drama

Virginia Crocheron Gildersleeve - English drama - 1908 - 259 pages
...readinge over the play at Newmarket, set his marke upon the place with his owne hande, and in thes words: "'This is too insolent, and to bee changed.' "Note,...Pedro king of Spayne, and spoken to his subjects." * Certainly the passage on the raising of supplies was indiscreet, in view of the bitter trouble between...
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The Shakespearean Stage, 1574-1642

Andrew Gurr - Drama - 1992 - 280 pages
...readinge over the play at Newmarket, set his marke upon the place with his owne hande, and in thes words: This is too insolent, and to bee changed. Note, that...king, Don Pedro, king of Spayne, and spoken to his subjects.86 Don Pedro was only slightly exaggerating the King's practices over money in the 1630s....
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Shakespeare & Renaissance Europe: Arden Critical Companions

Andrew Hadfield, Paul Hammond - Drama - 2004 - 314 pages
...(1638). which Charles judged 'too insolent, and to bee changed'. Herbert wrote: 'Note, that the poet makes it the speech of a king, Don Pedro king of Spayne, and spoken to his sujects [sic].'89 Not only was the speech an unbridled manifesto of royal absolutism: it was attributed...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 85, Part 2

Early English newspapers - 1815
...own hand, and itt thes words: , ' This is too insolent, and to bee changed.' " Note, that the Poet makes it the speech of a King, Don Pedro, King of Spayne, and spoken to bis subjects." A " Tyrant" most undoubtedly. (7) I have called this Comedy " Fast and Welcome," agreeably...
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