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===Henslowe's Properties and Costumes Inventories===
 
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:''The Enventary tacken of all the properties for my'' Lord Admeralles men, ''the'' 10 ''of Marche'' 1598.
 
:''The Enventary tacken of all the properties for my'' Lord Admeralles men, ''the'' 10 ''of Marche'' 1598.
 
  
 
:''Item'', j tome of Guido, j tome of Dido, j bedsteade.
 
:''Item'', j tome of Guido, j tome of Dido, j bedsteade.
 
  
 
:::::([http://archive.org/stream/henslowepapersbe00hensuoft#page/116/mode/2up Greg, ''Papers'', 116])
 
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:''The Enventorey of all the aparell of the'' Lord Admeralles men, ''taken the'' 13''th of Marche'' 1598, ''as followeth:''
 
:''The Enventorey of all the aparell of the'' Lord Admeralles men, ''taken the'' 13''th of Marche'' 1598, ''as followeth:''
 
  
 
:''Item'', Dides robe.
 
:''Item'', Dides robe.
 
  
 
:::::([http://archive.org/stream/henslowepapersbe00hensuoft#page/118/mode/2up Greg, ''Papers'', 118], [http://archive.org/stream/henslowepapersbe00hensuoft#page/120/mode/2up 120])
 
:::::([http://archive.org/stream/henslowepapersbe00hensuoft#page/118/mode/2up Greg, ''Papers'', 118], [http://archive.org/stream/henslowepapersbe00hensuoft#page/120/mode/2up 120])

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(1597?)


Historical Records

Henslowe's Diary

F. 44 (Greg I.83)


Layd [of] owte for copr lace for the littell boye & for a valle for the boye a
geanste the playe of dido & enevs the 3 of Jenewary 1597…. xxixs


Lent vnto the company when they fyrst played
dido at nyght the some of thirtishillynges
wch wasse the 8 of Jenewary 1597 J saye… xxxs


Henslowe's Properties and Costumes Inventories

The Enventary tacken of all the properties for my Lord Admeralles men, the 10 of Marche 1598.
Item, j tome of Guido, j tome of Dido, j bedsteade.
(Greg, Papers, 116)



The Enventorey of all the aparell of the Lord Admeralles men, taken the 13th of Marche 1598, as followeth:
Item, Dides robe.
(Greg, Papers, 118, 120)


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