Difference between revisions of "London Merchant"

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|playwright=John Ford
 
|playwright=John Ford
 
|historicalRecords=On 29 June 1660, the publisher Humphrey Moseley entered a group of thirty-seven plays into the Stationers' Register. Among the titles is:
 
|historicalRecords=On 29 June 1660, the publisher Humphrey Moseley entered a group of thirty-seven plays into the Stationers' Register. Among the titles is:
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The Royall Combate. a Comedy. }  
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The London Merchant. a Comedy } by Iohn Forde.
//An ill beginning has a good end, & a bad
 
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by Iohn Forde.
 
beginning may have a good end. a Comedy.
 
The London Merchant. a Comedy }
 
  
 
"The London Merchant" is included in [[Warburton's List]] (c.1682-1759) of play-manuscripts allegedly destroyed when his cook, Betsy, used them as paper linings for pies.
 
"The London Merchant" is included in [[Warburton's List]] (c.1682-1759) of play-manuscripts allegedly destroyed when his cook, Betsy, used them as paper linings for pies.

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The London Merchant. a Comedy } by Iohn Forde.

"The London Merchant" is included in Warburton's List (c.1682-1759) of play-manuscripts allegedly destroyed when his cook, Betsy, used them as paper linings for pies. |probableGenres=Comedy |worksCited=Greg, W. W. “The Bakings of Betsy.” The Library, 3rd series. 7.11 (1911): 225-259. }}