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  • | [[Ashton, Thomas]]||||[[Carleton, Thomas]]||||[[Ferebe, George]]||||[[Hemming, William]] ...nes, (William?)]]||||[[Cecil, Robert]]||||[[Fletcher, John]]||||[[Heywood, Thomas]]
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  • :Lent vnto thomas downton the 20 of Janewary ...subsequently reproduced in the "Breviat of Sir Henry and Simon Thelwall v. Thomas Betterton" (Bawcutt 255, item R33):
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  • Together with Thomas Lodge, Robert Greene wrote another biblical drama, ''A Looking Glass for London a
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  • ...ed by the entry in Henslowe's ''Diary'' and alluded to by Nashe (1589) and Lodge (1596) as the same play; it considers this early version of the Hamlet stor ..., see [[#References to the Play|References to the Play]], below). However, Lodge could have been remembering an earlier run at the Theater, even that which
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  • In 1815, Thomas Park conducted the first survey of Barnes’s life and work following the R ...de Roos, the Lorde Molyns, the Lorde Hungerford, sir Thomas Wentworth, sir Thomas Huse, sir Ihon Fynderne, & many other. Kyng Henry was this daie, the beste
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  • ...he most detailed vita of Pythagoras in Elizabethan English is the entry in Thomas Cooper’s ''Thesaurus linguae Romanae & Britannicae tam accurate congestus ...hagoras occur in Greene’s ''Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay'' (c. 1590) and Thomas Nashe’s ''Summer’s Last Will and Testament'' (c. 1593). Pythagoras hims
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  • ...suffred in a Christian common weale, by the waye both the cauils of Thomas Lodge, and the play of playes, written in their defence, and other obiections of
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  • ...f. 43r); edited in [http://books.google.com/books?id=e3pEAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA132 Lodge 3:132].</td> '''Sir Thomas Edmondes to Gilbert Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury, 3 August 1602'''
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  • ..., Sir Thomas, then takes his leave. In his absence, Queen Elinor lures Sir Thomas out of the bower, wounds him, and using his clue of thread to navigate the ...ications of the labyrinthine bower by reminding her that he built it "[t]o lodge thee safe from iealous ''Ellenor''" (fol.8), and by reinforcing the ''liebe
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  • ...ave been ''The Conspiracie of Lucius Catiline, translated into Englishe by Thomas Paynell; worthy, profitable, and pleasaunt to be red'' (London, in officina ...heatrical ''School of Abuse'' (1579) (see the entry for "[[Short_and_Sweet#Lodge.27s_response_to_Gosson_.28c.1579.29|'''Short and Sweet''']]" for a fuller d
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  • ===Lodge's response to Gosson (c.1579)=== ...''School of Abuse'', an anonymous text (subsequently attributed to Thomas Lodge) came to the defence of playing. This text is variously referred to as ''Ho
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  • In his response to Gosson's ''School of Abuse'', Thomas Lodge criticised Gosson and accused him of plagiarism for his ''Catiline'' (for a ...: -2em;"> Gosson, Stephen. ''The School of Abuse''. Printed at London: for Thomas Woodcocke, 1579. [http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eebo/A01953.0001.001?rgn=main
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  • ===Sir Thomas Lake to the Earl of Salisbury=== ...nderous rich" (48). Bulmer, in association with the owner of the land, Sir Thomas Hamilton, began mining, finding "spar powdered with lead" in June 1606 and,
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  • ...is suggested analogue of ''Gorboduc'', Griffin sees irony in the fact that Thomas Sacville sat in judgment on the Babington conspirators and probably witness ...' but stopped short of claiming that the author of "Estrild" also knew it. Lodge's interest in the narrative does nevertheless show that the story of Estril
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  • ...at the company wanted to go back to the themes already developed in Thomas Lodge's ''The Wounds of Civil Wars'', this time focusing on far more popular pers ...lson and Henry Chettle) and "'''[[Caesar's Fall]]'''" (by Michael Drayton, Thomas Middleton, Anthony Munday and John Webster) as a remarkable multi-Caesarean
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  • ...inental histories, "Torismond" is the name of the King of France in Thomas Lodge's ''Rosalind'', the source for Shakespeare's ''As You Like It'' (a parallel ...''' (276n) notes that that Torismond "is the name of the king of France in Lodge's ''Rosalynde''", and quotes the observation of P.A. Daniel: "There is, of
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  • * Thomas Lanquet, ''An Epitome of Chronicles'' (1559; a brief outline only) * Celio Augustino Curione, ''A Notable History of the Saracens'', trans. Thomas Newton (1575), 27-31
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  • <tr><td>Strange: </td><td>[I would] lodge heare about <strike>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;& <tr><td> </td><td>Roalfe Gaspar Thomas where are these varlets trowe? </td><td> </td><td> </td></tr>
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  • <tr><td>Strange: </td><td>[I would] lodge heare about ————— </td><td> </td><td> </td></tr> <tr><td> </td><td>Roalfe Gaspar Thomas where are these varlets trowe? </td><td> </td><td> </td></tr>
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  • | [[Anon.]]||[[Pageant for Sir Thomas Lodge]]||[[:category:London Grocers' Company|London Grocers' Company]] | [[Browne, Thomas]]||[[Thebais]]||[[:category:King's College, Cambridge|King's College, Cambr
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