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Patent by Charles I. to Hemmings,
Condell, as his players, &c. 1625.
Bull theatre, 1627.
Gift by the King of 1001. to his players.
Midsummer Night's Dream played on
Sunday in the house of John Wil-
liams, Bp. of Lincoln, 1631.
quences of its publication in 1633.
Arrest of strolling players at Banbury.
plays, under 3 Jac. I. c. 21.
The King's debts for plays, &c.
Davenant's resignation of his patent
for a theatre, 1639.
Order against printing plays.
Proceedings in Parliament regarding
plays and theatres.
Order regarding the exclusive right of Davenant's Siege of Rhodes, 1656.
HISTORY OF DRAMATIC POETRY.
Introduction to Miracle-plays..... p. 123.
The subjects of Miracle-plays and mis-
application of the word “ Mystery.”
the French by Ralph Higden.
nages joué à Paris pr. 1490.
Review of the Widkirk, Chester, and Coventry Miracle-
The Proclamation of the plays.
Review of the Digby Miracle-plays..... p. 230.
Three plays on the Conversion of St.
Review of Printed Religious Plays.. ...p. 236.
Christ's Temptation, by John Bale.
Cornish Guary Miracle.
Slaughter of the Innocents.
Edward Gregorie, 1591.
Childermas Day: or, The Slaughter of
the Innocents, attributed to John
History of Jacob and Esau.
Definition of a Moral, or Moral-play.
Nature, by Henry Medwall.
Moral-plays of a general character.... . p. 319.
The Disobedient Child, by T. Ingelend.
Representation of Moral-plays.
futed in five Actions.
John Redford's MS. Moral-plays.
All for Money, by Thomas Lupton.
Three Ladies of London.
Three Lords and Three Ladies of Lon-
Liberality and Prodigality.
Cambyses, by Thomas Preston.
Appius and Virginia, by R. B.
Albion, a political interlude.
Pardoner, Friar, Curate, and Neigh-
John, Tib and Sir John.
Wit and Folly.
The terms explained.
The style of our earliest dramatic pro-
Spenser's Tears of the Muses.
the date when he began to write.
Dramatic authors usually actors.
Tragedy and Comedy, their Rise and Progress.....p. 444.
Ralph Roister Doister, by Nicholas Misogonus, by Thomas Richards.
Ferrex and Porrex, by T. Sackville and
Gammer Gurton's Needle, by John Still. T. Norton.