Doge and the Dragon
Dramatic Records of Sir Henry Herbert
J. O. Halliwell-Phillips transcribed a number of Sir Henry Herbert's licensing records and compiled them in various scrapbooks now held at the Folger Shakespeare Library. Amongst them is the following transcription:
23d. June 1641 Recēd for the licensinge a booke for the Fortune comp. called the
- Doge & the Dragon. 2li.
(Folger Shakespeare Library, MS W.b.156 ("Fortune"), p48. Reproduce by permission of the Folger Shakespeare Library)
Licensed for performance at the Fortune.
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