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[[Abraham and Lot]]<br>[[Absalom]]<br>[[Abuses]]<br>[[Aeneas and Dido]]<br>[[Agamemnon and Ulysses]]<br>[[Ajax Flagellifer]]<br>[[Alice and Alexis]]<br>[[Alice Pierce]]<br>[[Almanac, The]]<br>[[Amazons]] <br>[[Angel King]]<br>[[Antic Play and a Comedy]]<br>[[Antony and Vallia]] <br>[[Ariodante and Genevora]]<br>[[Astiages]]<br>[[Author’s plot, the scene Macedonia]]<br>[[Baptism of Prince Henry, The]]<br>[[Barnado and Fiammetta]]<br>[[Baxter’s Tragedy (Barkstead’s Tragedy)]]<br>[[Beauty and Housewifery]]<br>[[Belinus, Brennus]]<br>[[Bellendon]]<br>[[Bendo (or Byndo) and Richardo]]<br>[[Berowne (also Burone, & Biron)]]<br>[[Black Joan]]<br>[[Black Lady]]<br>[[Bonos Nochios]]<br>[[Brandimer]] <br>[[Branhowlte (Brunhild)]]<br>[[Bridegroom and Madman]] <br>[[Brougham Castle Entertainment]]<br>[[Buck is a Thief]]<br>[[Buckingham]] <br>[[Buckingham’s Mask]]<br>[[Burbon (i.e. Bourbon?)]]<br>[[Caesar and Pompey]] <br>[[Caesar and Pompey, Part 1]]<br>[[Caesar and Pompey, Part 2]]<br>[[Calistus]] <br>[[Capture of Stuhlweissenburg, The]]<br>[[Celestina]]<br>[[Chinon of England]]<br>[[Chirke Castle, Entertainment at]]<br>[[Christ’s Passion]]<br>[[City, The]]<br>[[City Shuffler, Part 2]]<br>[[Clorys and Orgasto]]<br>[[Cloth Breeches and Velvet Hose]]<br>[[Cobbler of Queenheath, The]]<br>[[Constantine]]<br>[[Cosmo]]<br>[[Crack Me This Nut]]<br>[[Cupid and Psyche]]<br>[[Cupid’s Festival]]<br>[[Cutlack]]<br>[[De Humfredo Aulico Confessionem Repudiante]]<br>[[Dead Man’s Fortune, The]]<br>[[Delight]]<br>[[Dido]]<br>[[Diocletian]] <br>[[Don Horatio]] <br>[[Dramatic fragment in verse]]<br>[[Dumb Bawd of Venice]]<br>[[Duns Furens]]<br>[[Dutch Painter, and the French Brawl]]<br>[[Earl of Hereford, The]]<br>[[Edinburgh Entertainmen]]t<br>[[England’s First Happiness, or The Life of St. Austin]]<br>  
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[[Abraham and Lot]]<br>[[Absalom]]<br>[[Abuses]]<br>[[Aeneas and Dido]]<br>[[Agamemnon and Ulysses]]<br>[[Ajax Flagellifer]]<br>[[Alice and Alexis]]<br>[[Alice Pierce]]<br>[[Almanac, The]]<br>[[Amazons]] <br>[[Angel King]]<br>[[Antic Play and a Comedy]]<br>[[Antony and Vallia]] <br>[[Ariodante and Genevora]]<br>[[Astiages]]<br>[[Author’s plot, the scene Macedonia]]<br>[[Bad Beginning Makes a Good End, A]]<br>[[Baptism of Prince Henry, The]]<br>[[Barnado and Fiammetta]]<br>[[Baxter’s Tragedy (Barkstead’s Tragedy)]]<br>[[Beauty and Housewifery]]<br>[[Belinus, Brennus]]<br>[[Bellendon]]<br>[[Bendo (or Byndo) and Richardo]]<br>[[Berowne (also Burone, & Biron)]]<br>[[Black Joan]]<br>[[Black Lady]]<br>[[Bonos Nochios]]<br>[[Brandimer]] <br>[[Branhowlte (Brunhild)]]<br>[[Bridegroom and Madman]] <br>[[Brougham Castle Entertainment]]<br>[[Buck is a Thief]]<br>[[Buckingham]] <br>[[Buckingham’s Mask]]<br>[[Burbon (i.e. Bourbon?)]]<br>[[Caesar and Pompey]] <br>[[Caesar and Pompey, Part 1]]<br>[[Caesar and Pompey, Part 2]]<br>[[Calistus]] <br>[[Capture of Stuhlweissenburg, The]]<br>[[Celestina]]<br>[[Chinon of England]]<br>[[Chirke Castle, Entertainment at]]<br>[[Christ’s Passion]]<br>[[City, The]]<br>[[City Shuffler, Part 2]]<br>[[Clorys and Orgasto]]<br>[[Cloth Breeches and Velvet Hose]]<br>[[Cobbler of Queenheath, The]]<br>[[Constantine]]<br>[[Cosmo]]<br>[[Crack Me This Nut]]<br>[[Cupid and Psyche]]<br>[[Cupid’s Festival]]<br>[[Cutlack]]<br>[[De Humfredo Aulico Confessionem Repudiante]]<br>[[Dead Man’s Fortune, The]]<br>[[Delight]]<br>[[Dido]]<br>[[Diocletian]] <br>[[Don Horatio]] <br>[[Dramatic fragment in verse]]<br>[[Dumb Bawd of Venice]]<br>[[Duns Furens]]<br>[[Dutch Painter, and the French Brawl]]<br>[[Earl of Hereford, The]]<br>[[Edinburgh Entertainmen]]t<br>[[England’s First Happiness, or The Life of St. Austin]]<br>  
  
 
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Abraham and Lot
Absalom
Abuses
Aeneas and Dido
Agamemnon and Ulysses
Ajax Flagellifer
Alice and Alexis
Alice Pierce
Almanac, The
Amazons
Angel King
Antic Play and a Comedy
Antony and Vallia
Ariodante and Genevora
Astiages
Author’s plot, the scene Macedonia
Bad Beginning Makes a Good End, A
Baptism of Prince Henry, The
Barnado and Fiammetta
Baxter’s Tragedy (Barkstead’s Tragedy)
Beauty and Housewifery
Belinus, Brennus
Bellendon
Bendo (or Byndo) and Richardo
Berowne (also Burone, & Biron)
Black Joan
Black Lady
Bonos Nochios
Brandimer
Branhowlte (Brunhild)
Bridegroom and Madman
Brougham Castle Entertainment
Buck is a Thief
Buckingham
Buckingham’s Mask
Burbon (i.e. Bourbon?)
Caesar and Pompey
Caesar and Pompey, Part 1
Caesar and Pompey, Part 2
Calistus
Capture of Stuhlweissenburg, The
Celestina
Chinon of England
Chirke Castle, Entertainment at
Christ’s Passion
City, The
City Shuffler, Part 2
Clorys and Orgasto
Cloth Breeches and Velvet Hose
Cobbler of Queenheath, The
Constantine
Cosmo
Crack Me This Nut
Cupid and Psyche
Cupid’s Festival
Cutlack
De Humfredo Aulico Confessionem Repudiante
Dead Man’s Fortune, The
Delight
Dido
Diocletian
Don Horatio
Dramatic fragment in verse
Dumb Bawd of Venice
Duns Furens
Dutch Painter, and the French Brawl
Earl of Hereford, The
Edinburgh Entertainment
England’s First Happiness, or The Life of St. Austin





Fair Maid of Italy, The
Fair Maid of London, The
Fair Star of Antwerp
False Friend
Felix and Philomena
Ferrar, A History of
Fig for a Spaniard, A
Five Plays in One
Focas
Forces of Hercules, The
Fortunatus, Part 1
Fortune’s Tennis, Part 2
Four Seasons
Four Sons of Fabius (Fabii)
Fragment of a play, 17th cent.
Fragment of a play
Frederick and Basilea
French Doctor
French Comedy, The
Friar Fox and Gillian of Brentford
Friar Francis
Friar Spendleton
Galiaso
Game of Cards
Garlic
General, The
George Scanderbeg
Give a Man Luck and Throw Him into the Sea
Godfrey of Boulogne, Part 2
God Speed the Plough
Govell’s Mask
Gowry
Gramercy Wit
Grecian Comedy
Guelphs and Ghibbelines
Guido
Hamlet (or Ur-Hamlet)
Hardicanute (Canute)
Harry of Cornwall
Heliogabalus
Hengist
Henry I
Henry the Una
Henry V
Hercules, Part 1
Hercules, Part 2
Hester and Ahasuerus
Hippolytus
Hocus-Pocus
Honour in the End
House is Haunted
Hugh Aston’s Mask
Huon of Bordeaux
Invisible Knight
Irish Gentleman, The
Irish Rebellion
Jealous Comedy, The
Jerusalem
Jesuits Comedy
John of Gaunt
Judith
Julian the Apostate
King Ebrauk with All His Sons
King Lud
Knights of India and China, A Mask of the
Knot of Fools, The
Ladies and Boys, A Mask of






Lady Amity
Like unto Like
Locus, Corpus, Motus, etc.
London against the Three Ladies
Long Meg of Westminster
Longshanks
Look to the Lady
Lost Muse, The
Love and Self-Love (The Essex Entertainment)
Love of an English Lady, The
Love of a Grecian Lady
Love’s Aftergame, or The Proxy
Lucretia
Machiavel
Mack, The
Mad Priest of the Sun, The
Mahomet
Man in the Moon Drinks Claret
Marquis d’Ancre
Martin Swart, his Life and Death
Meleager, Publii Ovidii Nasonis
Merchant of Emden, The
Middle Temple Mask
Miller, The
Moore’s Masque
Muly Molloco
Nebuchadnezzar
New World's Tragedy, The
Nine Passions, A Mask of the
Ninus and Semiramis
Noble Grandchild
Octavia
Osmond, the great Turk
Osric
Palamon and Arcite
Paradox
Parracide
Parroiall (Pareil?) of Princes
Peaceable King, or Lord Mendall
Philipo and Hippolito
Philip of Spain
Phocasse (Focas)
Phyllida and Corin
Plantation of Virginia, The
Play of Plays and Pastimes
Pompey
Pontius Pilate
Pope, Cardinals, Friars
Pope Joan
Portio and Demorantes
Prince Henry’s Welcome to Winchester
Projector Lately Dead
Proud Maid’s Tragedy
Pythagoras
Queen Henrietta’s Mask
Queen’s Welcome at Theobalds, The
Ranger’s Comedy, The
Raymond Duke of Lyons
Richard II
Richard the Confessor
Richard Whittington
Ring, The
Robin Goodfellow
Robinhood and Little John
Roderick
Royal Widow of England, A
Rufus I with Life & Death of Belyn Dun
Running (or Traveling) Mask