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Revision as of 00:38, 22 December 2011

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Dramatist . . . . . . . . . . . Title . . . . . . . . . . . Auspices
Anon. (Marlowe?) George Scanderbeg Oxford's
Chettle, Henry All Is Not Gold That Glisters Admiral’s
Chettle, Henry Life of Cardinal Wolsey, The Admiral’s
Chettle, Henry Orphans Tragedy, The (1599/1601) Admiral’s
Chettle; Dekker Sebastian, King of Portugal Admiral’s
Chettle; Drayton; Munday; Smith, Went. Rising of Cardinal Wolsey, The Admiral’s
Day; Haughton Blind Beggar of Bednal Green (Tom Strowd), Part 2 Admiral’s
Day; Haughton Blind Beggar of Bednal Green (Tom Strowd), Part 3 Admiral’s
Day; Haughton; Smith, Went. Conquest of the West Indies, The Admiral’s
Day; Haughton Six Yeomen of the West, The Admiral’s
Day; Haughton Tom Dough, Part 2 Admiral’s
Dymock, Tailbois Death of the Lord of Kyme, The May Pole Green, Lincoln
Greville, Fulke Antony and Cleopatra Closet
Hathway; Haughton; Smith, Went. Six Clothiers of the West, Part 1 Admiral’s
Hathway; Haughton; Smith, Went. Six Clothiers of the West, Part 2 Admiral’s
Hathway; Rankins Conquest of Spain by John a Gaunt, The Admiral’s
Hathway; Rankins Hannibal and Scipio Admiral’s
Hathway; Rankins Scogan and Skelton Admiral’s
Haughton, William Robin Hood's Pennyworths Admiral’s
Wadeson, Antony Humorous Earl of Gloucester, with His Conquest of Portugal, The Admiral’s



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