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Shakespearean Playhouses: A History of English Theatres from the Beginnings ... - Page 330
by Joseph Quincy Adams - 1917 - 473 pages
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Works, Volume 4

1875
...enlargements, by Richard Niccols, in 1610. WHAL. the same region that some here, perhaps, would /iave it ; yet think, that therein the author hath observed a special decorum, the place being as dirty as Smithfield, and as stinking every whit. Howsoever, he prays you to believe,...
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Ben Jonson: Bartholomew Fair. Cynthia's revels; or, The fountain of self ...

Brinsley Nicholson - 1894
...your money, you will now add the other part of suffrage, your hands. The play shall presently begin. And though the Fair be not kept in the same region...therein the author hath observed a special decorum, the place being as dirty as Smithfield, and as stinking every whit. 1 Alluding to the collection or series...
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Early London Theatres: In the Fields

Thomas Fairman Ordish - Theater - 1894 - 298 pages
...the ' Induction ' contains a direct reference to the Hope Theatre : ' The play shall presently begin. And though the Fair be not kept in the same region,...have it ; yet think, that therein the author hath observ'da special decorum, the place being as dirty as Smithfield, and as stinking every whit.' The...
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The Lamentatyon of Mary Magdaleyne: Text, with Critical Introduction

Bertha Marian Skeat - English poetry - 1897 - 64 pages
...orte, an welchem die Jahrmärkte abgehalten wurden, um den preis kämpfen, ibd. Ind. [14Sb] Scrivener: And though the Fair be not kept in the same region...perhaps would have it, yet think that therein the autlior hath observed a special decorum, the place being äs dirty äs Smithfield, and äs stinking...
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The Magnetic Lady: Or, Humors Reconciled, Volume 47

Ben Jonson - Arbitration, Industrial - 1914 - 232 pages
...Glossary, sv Decorum. In the Induction to Bartholomew Fair (Wks. 4. 353—4), Jonson employs this term : ' And though the Fair be not kept in the same region...therein the author hath observed a special decorum, the place being as dirty as Smithfield, and as stinking every whit.' The term decorum is probably the one...
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Bartholomew Fair

Ben Jonson, Eugene M. Waith - Drama - 1963 - 244 pages
...your money), you will now add the other part of suffrage, your hands. The play shall presently begin. And though the Fair be not kept in the same region...yet think that therein the author hath observed a no i22 POLITIC well-versed in affairs of state, as Sir Politic WouUbe in Volpone thinks he is. i23-4...
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Three Comedies

Ben Jonson - English drama - 1966 - 488 pages
...now add the other part of suffrage, your hands. The play shall presently begin. And though the 140 Fair be not kept in the same region that some here,...therein the author hath observed a special decorum, the place being as dirty as Smithfield, and as stinking every whit. 'Howsoever, he prays you to believe...
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Ben Jonson: To the First Folio

Richard Dutton - Drama - 1983 - 188 pages
...disingenuous;4 Jonson even draws attention to the physical nature of the play-house itself in pleading, 'though the Fair be not kept in the same region, that...would have it, yet think, that therein the Author hath observ'da special decorum, the place being as dirty as Smithfield, and as stinking every whit' (156-6o)....
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The Selected Plays of Ben Jonson: Volume 2: The Alchemist, Bartholomew Fair ...

Ben Jonson, Martin Butler, Johanna Procter - Drama - 1989 - 556 pages
...money) you will now add the other part of suffrage, your hands. The play shall 180 presently begin. And though the Fair be not kept in the same region...therein the author hath observed a special decorum, the place being as dirty as Smithfield, and as stinking every whit. igs Howsoever, he prays you to believe...
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Yale Studies in English, Volumes 46-47

1913
...Glossary, sv Decorum. In the Induction to Bartholomew Fair (Wks. 4. 353—4), Jonson employs this term : ' And though the Fair be not kept in the same region...therein the author hath observed a special decorum, the place being as dirty as Smithfield, and as stinking every whit.' The term decorum is probably the one...
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