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==Theatrical Provenance==
==Theatrical Provenance==

Revision as of 18:08, 21 March 2016

Samuel Rowley (1623)

Historical Records

Dramatic Records of Sir Henry Herbert

J. O. Halliwell-Phillips transcribed a number of Sir Henry Herbert's licensing records and compiled them in various scrapbooks now held at the Folger Shakespeare Library. Amongst them is the following transcription:

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The Palsgraves Players__ A Tragedy of Richard the thirde or the English

Prophett with the reformation contayninge 17. shaks written by
Samuell Rowleye for the companye at the Fortune this 27th. July

1623.. 0.

(Folger Shakespeare Library, MS W.b.156 ("Fortune"), p41. Reproduce by permission of the Folger Shakespeare Library)

Theatrical Provenance

Licensed by Herbert for performance at the Fortune, by the Palsgrave's Men.

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References to the Play

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