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  • ...Robert was taken prisoner in war and imprisoned in the Castle of Cardiff, Wales;<br> ...s lost, was a performance of "The Famous Wars of Henry I and the Prince of Wales" ([http://www.archive.org/stream/abiographicalch01fleagoog#page/n134/mode/2
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  • ...f Henry I and the Prince of Wales|Famous Wars of Henry I and the Prince of Wales]]") ...nry I and the Prince of Wales|The Famous Wars of Henry I and the Prince of Wales]]." In the process, he renamed "Welchmans price" as "The Welshman's prize"
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  • ...nry I and the Prince of Wales|The Famous Wars of Henry I and the Prince of Wales]]" (#83, p. 178). Next he dismissed the identification of "the welche man" ...nry I and the Prince of Wales|The Famous Wars of Henry I and the Prince of Wales]]" [p. 234, #90]). He considers ''The Welshman'' among those plays with "on
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  • ::* Caradoc of Llancarvan, ''The History of Cambria, Now Called Wales'', trans. Humphrey Llywd (1584) ...that the play "may have been a drama on 'Roderick the great', who divided Wales, and who is mentioned in 'Thameseidos', 1600, by E.W., Lib. 2."
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  • | [[Famous Wars of Henry I and the Prince of Wales]]||[[1598]]||[[:category:Admiral's|Admiral's]]
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  • ...Robert was taken prisoner in war and imprisoned in the Castle of Cardiff, Wales;<br> ...s lost, was a performance of "The Famous Wars of Henry I and the Prince of Wales" ([http://www.archive.org/stream/abiographicalch01fleagoog#page/n134/mode/2
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  • | [[Famous Wars of Henry I and the Prince of Wales]]||[[1598]]||[[:category:Admiral's|Admiral's]]
    3 KB (382 words) - 22:42, 16 May 2018
  • | [[Famous Wars of Henry I and the Prince of Wales]]||[[1598]]||[[:Category:Admiral's|Admiral's]]
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  • ...[[Drayton, Michael | Drayton]]||[[Famous Wars of Henry I and the Prince of Wales]]||[[Admiral’s]]
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  • ...reputation in Europe of being “the bastard son of an alehouse keeper”; in Wales his father was considered “a fugitive murderer”; Richard III proclaimed ...ancestry he cannot claim, then praises his Welsh descent and the honor of Wales in defending their land and language. He acknowledges that he has competiti
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  • ...ornelius Schonaeus' Latin play ''Iuditha'' survives in National Library of Wales, Peniarth MS 350, pp. 3–9, where the translation appears on the recto sid ...ttps://archives.library.wales/index.php/cato-construed National Library of Wales, Peniarth MS 350], can be described as follows:
    14 KB (2,224 words) - 13:55, 23 October 2020
  • ...39015018086028;view=1up;seq=168 Hughes-Hughes 2:138]); National Library of Wales, [http://www.llgc.org.uk/discover/digital-gallery/manuscripts/early-modern- ...the Dow Partbooks; British Library, Add. MS 29427; and National Library of Wales, Brogyntyn MS I.27), it appears in Bodleian, MS Tenbury 389 attributed to W
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  • ...e Stuarts and Habsburgs. It ended in failure. Not only would the Prince of Wales not marry the Spanish Infanta, as his father had hoped, but the relationshi ...e this play treats the notorious episode in Madrid involving the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Buckingham that year, a topic that most likely was revisite
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  • | [[Famous Wars of Henry I and the Prince of Wales]]||[[1598]]||[[Chettle, Henry|Chettle]], [[Dekker, Thomas|Dekker]], & [[Dra
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  • ...Robert was taken prisoner in war and imprisoned in the Castle of Cardiff, Wales;<br> ...Chettle, Dekker and Drayton's "[[Famous Wars of Henry I and the Prince of Wales]]" ([[1598]]). He mistakenly recorded its entry in the Stationers' Register
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  • ...e this play treats the notorious episode in Madrid involving the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Buckingham that year, a topic that most likely was revisite ...e Stuarts and Habsburgs. It ended in failure. Not only would the Prince of Wales not marry the Spanish Infanta, as his father had hoped, but the relationshi
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  • ...the Prince of Wales|"The Famous Wars of Henry the First and the Prince of Wales"]]; he also pointed out that the [[Henry I|"Henry I"]] ascribed to Shakespe
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  • of Leolin prince of Wales, as it were to procure a finall accord betwéene the said Leolin and Ranulf ...part of all the mooueable goods within the realmes & countries of England, Wales, and Ireland" (p.210). Ranulph resisted: "The earle of Chester onlie stood
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  • ...ipt, which was kept in a folder of “old poems” in a trunk in Powis Castle, Wales, is said to be in the hand of Lord Edward Herbert. Pryor attributes the mas :[http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/wales/mid_/8325759.stm BBC]
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  • ...on with a 1598 play in the Admiral's inventory, "Henry I and the Prince of Wales." He thought it "just possible" this entry belongs with the performances of
    17 KB (2,369 words) - 13:38, 22 February 2022
  • ...implored. According to a manuscript of Mr. Pennant's, no farmer in North Wales dare hold his team on this day, because they there believe one man's team t
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