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==Historical Records==
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== Historical Records ==
  
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F. 63<sup>v</sup> (Greg, I.109)  
  
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:Lent vnto Thomas Deckyers the 24th
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:[pd] of July 1599 at the Requeste of Samvell
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:Rowly &amp; Thomas downton in earnest of
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:a Boocke called stepmothers tragedy ... x<sup>s</sup>
  
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<br> F. 64 (Greg I.111)
  
==Theatrical Provenance==
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:Lent vnto harey Chettell &amp; Th<sup>d</sup> the 23
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:of aguste 1599 in earneste of his playe called
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:the stepmothers tragedie the some of ... xx<sup>s</sup>
  
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:Lent vnto w<sup>m</sup> Birde Thomas downton &amp; Jewbey
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:the 25 of aguste 1599 to paye harye Chettell for
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:his Boocke called the stepmothers tragedie some ... xx<sup>s</sup>
  
  
==Probable Genre(s)==
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<br>  F. 65 (Greg I.113)  
  
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:&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;this 14 October 1599
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:Receaued by me Robt shaa of phillip Henslowe
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:to pay H. Chettle [f] in full paiment of a booke
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:Called the stepmothers tragedy for the vse
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:of the Company iiij<sup>li</sup> J say Receaved ... 4<sup>li</sup>
  
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==Possible Narrative and Dramatic Sources or Analogues==
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== Theatrical Provenance  ==
  
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== Probable Genre(s)  ==
  
==References to the Play==
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== References to the Play  ==
  
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==For What It's Worth==
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Revision as of 18:53, 13 November 2009

Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker (1599)


Historical Records

F. 63v (Greg, I.109)

Lent vnto Thomas Deckyers the 24th
[pd] of July 1599 at the Requeste of Samvell
Rowly & Thomas downton in earnest of
a Boocke called stepmothers tragedy ... xs


F. 64 (Greg I.111)

Lent vnto harey Chettell & Thd the 23
of aguste 1599 in earneste of his playe called
the stepmothers tragedie the some of ... xxs

Lent vnto wm Birde Thomas downton & Jewbey
the 25 of aguste 1599 to paye harye Chettell for
his Boocke called the stepmothers tragedie some ... xxs



F. 65 (Greg I.113)

                    this 14 October 1599
Receaued by me Robt shaa of phillip Henslowe
to pay H. Chettle [f] in full paiment of a booke
Called the stepmothers tragedy for the vse
of the Company iiijli J say Receaved ... 4li



Theatrical Provenance

<Enter information about which company performed the play, and where/when it was performed, etc.>


Probable 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

Henry Chettle


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 Roslyn L. Knutson, Professor Emerita, University of Arkansas at Little Rock; updated 31 October 2009.