Funeral of Richard Coeur de Lion, The
Dramatic Records of Sir Henry Herbert
Revels Documents, 1660-1673 (Bawcutt 249, item R29):
A declaration under William Earle of Pembrokes Hande of the Antient powers of the Office dated the 20th of Nouemb. 1622.
- Seuerall Plays allowed by Mr Tilney In 1598. which is .62. years since.
- Sir William Longsword allowed to be Acted the. 24. May. 1598
- The Faire Mayd of London
- And Richard Cordelyon.
Kinge and noe Kinge to be Acted In 1611 & ye same to be printed,
Allowed by Sir George Bucke
And Hogg Hath Loste His Pearle by Sir George Buck.
- Richard Hall
A variation of this note was subsequently reproduced in the "Breviat of Sir Henry and Simon Thelwall v. Thomas Betterton" (Bawcutt 255, item R33):
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