There are two popular theories of origin for Pembroke's men. One, anchored by E. K. Chambers, is that the company arose out of "special conditions of the plague-years 1592-3, and was due to a division for travelling purposes of the large London company formed by the amalgamation of Strange's and the Admiral's" (2.129). The second, anchored by Andrew Gurr,
Edmonds, Mary, "Pembroke's Men," Review of English Studies, n. s. 25.98 (1974): 129-36.
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