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Page 213 - Elizabeth, by the grace of God Queene of England, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, etc.
Page 9 - THE PROLOGUE TO THE STAGE AT THE COCK-PIT WE know not how our play may pass this stage, But by the best of poets in that age The Malta- Jew had being and was made ; And he then by the best of actors play'd: In Hero and Leander one did gain A lasting memory ; in Tamburlaine, This Jew, with others many, th...
Page 50 - In his service in the Low Countries he had in the face of both the camps killed an enemy and taken opima spolia from him.
Page 9 - Jew, with others many, th' other wan The attribute of peerless, being a man Whom we may rank with (doing no one wrong) Proteus for shapes, and Roscius for a tongue...
Page 96 - Mr Browne and the company, but not by his meanes, for he is put to half a shaer, and to stay hear, for they ar all against his going, now good Sir, as you have ever byne my worthie frend, so helpe me nowe.
Page 78 - In the name of God Amen. May the seaven and twentyeth in the fifteenth yeare of the raigne of our Soveraigne Lord James by the grace of god Kinge of England ffrance and Ireland defender of the faith etc and of Scotland the fifyeth.
Page 67 - ... further publicklie to playe, untill the sicknes be again decreaced to the saide number. And so we bid your Lo. hartilie farewell. From the Court at Whitehalle, the ixth of Aprill 1604. " Your very loving Frends, " NOTTINGHAM " SUFFOLK " GILL SHROWSBERIE