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Revision as of 14:43, 22 March 2018

Thomas Dekker (1598)


Historical Records

Payments to Playwrights (Henslowe's Diary)

F. 44 Greg, I, 83

lent vnto the company the 15 of Jenewary 1597 }
to bye a boocke of mr dicker called fayeton } iiijli
fower pownde I saye lent }



Payments for Apparel (Henslowe's Diary)

F. 44 Greg, I, 83

lent vnto Thomas dowton for the company }
to bye a sewte for phayeton & ij Rebates }
& j fardengalle the 26 of Jenewary 1598 the } iijli
some of three pownde I saye lent }



lent vnto Thomad dowton the 28 of Janewary }
1598 to bye a whitte satten dublette for } xxxxs
phayeton forty shyllenges I saye lent }



Payments for offering at court

F. 70v Greg, I, 124

Lent vnto Samwell Rowley the 14 of }
desemb[er] 1600 to geue vnto thomas dickers } xs
for his paynes in fayeton some of }
............................... for the corte }


F. 71 Greg, I, 125

Lent vnto Samwell Rowley the 22 of }
decemb[er] 1600 to geue vnto Thomas deckers } xxxs
for alterynge of fayton for the corte }

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