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==Historical Records==
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== Historical Records ==
  
<Henslowe’s Diary
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Henslowe’s ''Diary''
  
F. 63v (Greg I.110)
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| Lent vnto wm Borne alles birde the 10 of <br>aguste 1599 to Lend vnto bengemyne Johnsone <br>&amp; Thomas deckers in earneste of ther boocke <br>w<sup>ch</sup> they [are] awrittenge called pagge of p[le]m<sup>oth</sup> the some ... xxxx<sup>s</sup>
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<These payments were made by members of the Admiral’s Men for their upcoming season at the Rose playhouse. The company moved to the newly built Fortune sometime in the fall of 1600, but in 1599 they were still at the Rose. They had new neighbors: in the fall of 1599 the Chamberlain's Men moved into their newly built playhouse, the Globe, across the street from the Rose on Maid Lane.>
 
  
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| F. 64 (Greg I.111)<br>Lent vnto w<sup>m </sup>Birde Thomas downton &amp; Jewbey<br>the 25 of aguste 1599 to paye in fulle payment<br>for A Boocke called the lamentable tragedie<br>of pagge of plemoth the some of vj<sup>li </sup><br>
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F. 64 (Greg I. 111) Lent vnto wm Birde Thomas downton &amp; Jewbey the 25 of aguste 1599 to paye in fulle payment for A Boocke called the lamentable tragedie of pagge of plemoth the some of vj li
  
==References to the Play==
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Lent vnto Jewbey &amp; thomas towne the 12 of Septmb[er] 1599 to bye wemen gownes for page of plemoth the some of xli
  
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== Theatrical Provenance ==
  
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&lt;These payments were made by members of the Admiral’s Men for their upcoming season at the Rose playhouse. The company moved to the newly built Fortune sometime in the fall of 1600, but in 1599 they were still at the Rose. They had new neighbors: in the fall of 1599 the Chamberlain's Men moved into their newly built playhouse, the Globe, across the street from the Rose on Maid Lane.&gt;
  
==Critical Commentary==
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== Probably Genre(s) ==
  
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==For What It's Worth==
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== Keywords ==
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Revision as of 18:29, 28 October 2009

Ben Jonson, Thomas Dekker (1599)


Historical Records

Henslowe’s Diary

F. 63v (Greg I.110)

Lent vnto wm Borne alles birde the 10 of
aguste 1599 to Lend vnto bengemyne Johnsone
& Thomas deckers in earneste of ther boocke
wch they [are] awrittenge called pagge of p[le]moth the some ... xxxxs


F. 64 (Greg I.111)
Lent vnto wm Birde Thomas downton & Jewbey
the 25 of aguste 1599 to paye in fulle payment
for A Boocke called the lamentable tragedie
of pagge of plemoth the some of vjli




F. 64 (Greg I. 111) Lent vnto wm Birde Thomas downton & Jewbey the 25 of aguste 1599 to paye in fulle payment for A Boocke called the lamentable tragedie of pagge of plemoth the some of vj li

Lent vnto Jewbey & thomas towne the 12 of Septmb[er] 1599 to bye wemen gownes for page of plemoth the some of xli

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Theatrical Provenance

<These payments were made by members of the Admiral’s Men for their upcoming season at the Rose playhouse. The company moved to the newly built Fortune sometime in the fall of 1600, but in 1599 they were still at the Rose. They had new neighbors: in the fall of 1599 the Chamberlain's Men moved into their newly built playhouse, the Globe, across the street from the Rose on Maid Lane.>

Probably Genre(s)

<List possible genres of the play: if noted by a critic, cite them, e.g. "Comedy (Harbage)". If an original speculation, simply list the genre.>


Possible Narrative and Dramatic Sources or Analogues

<Enter any information about possible or known sources. Summarise these sources where practical/possible, or provide an excerpt from another scholar's discussion of the subject if available.>


References to the Play

<List any known or conjectured references to the lost play here.>


Critical Commentary

<Summarise any critical commentary that may have been published by scholars. Please maintain an objective tone!>


For What It's Worth

<Enter any miscellaneous points that may be relevant, but don't fit into the above categories. This is the best place for highly conjectural thoughts.>


Keywords

<Key words that will help categorise this play.>


Works Cited

<List all texts cited throughout the entry, except those staple texts whose full bibliographical details have been provided in the masterlist of Works Cited found on the sidebar menu.>


Site created and maintained by [your name, affiliation; updated DD Month YYYY].