Frederick Gard Fleay
Release Date: 14 August 2009
Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: parently a closet play; not publicly acted. Eepriuted with collections from Eg. MS. 1994 by Mr. A. H. Bullen. Tempore Charles I. Plays not Extant, but Entered S. E. 1653-1660. 306. The Countryman, 9th Sept. 1653. 307. The Kiny's Mistress, 9th Sept. 1653. 308. The Politic Bankrupt, or Which is the lest Girl ? 9th Sept. 1653. 309. The Bondwoman, 23rd Sept. 1653. 310. The Soldiered Citizen, 29th June 1660. One of the plays destroyed by Warburton's servant; and in his list it has the additional title of The Crafty Merchant, by S. Marmion. But The CraJty Merchant, or Come to my Country House, was licensed as by W. Bonen, q.v., I2th Sept. 1623. The Merchant's Sacrifice, a title in Warburton's list, but afterwards cancelled, was probably a jumble of The Crafty Merchant and Minerva's Sacrifice. 311. Iphis and lanthe, or A Marriage without a man, 29th June 1660, and absurdly ascribed to W. Shakespeare. 312. Duke Humphry. Ibid, in all respects. 313. The History of King Stephen. Hid. in all respects. 314. The History of Madoc, King of Britain, 29th June 1660, and ascribed absurdly to Beaumont. All these entries are for H. Moseley. But in Warburton's list, which seems to have consisted of unprinted MSS. formerly belonging to this publisher, we find the following additions:? 315. The City Shuffler. Acted at Salisbury Court by the Revels company Oct. 1633, and stayed by Herbert. See my History of the Stage, p. 337. 3 16. The Fairy Queen. 3 17. The Great Man. 318. The Lovers of Ludgate. 319. Orpheus. A fragment is extant in the British Museum. 320. The Spanish Puecas Purchase, wrongly, in Biog. Dram, and Halliwell]. There are also entries for R. Marriott, 2Qth Nov. 1654, viz.:? 321. The Black Wedding. 322. Castara, or Cruelty without ...
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