After their departure the throngs and tumults did somewhat cease, although so much of them continued as was able to disorder and confound any good inventions whatsoever. In regard whereof, as also for that the sports intended were especially for the gracing... Shakespeare's The comedy of errors - Page 11by William Shakespeare - 1905 - 200 pagesFull view
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William Shakespeare, Albert Romer Frey, William Reynolds, Benjamin Rush Field, William Hansell Fleming, Thomas Randolph Price, Alvey Augustus Adee, Edward Payson Vining, Henry Paine Stokes, Elias A. Calkins, Charles W. Thomas, Alfred Waites, Isaac Hull Platt - 1894
...nine o'clock " very gallantly appointed," and being received in high state. This narrative concludes: "After their departure the throngs and tumults did...gentlewomen ; and, after such sports, a Comedy of Errors, like to Plautus his Menechmus, was played by the players : so that night was begun and continued to...