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==Historical Records==
 
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'''Chrystmas, Twelftyde & Shrouetyde''' and making choyse 5 of plaies Anno R''egni'' R''egin''e Elizabeth''e'': '''xxvij<sup>o</sup> 1584
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:'''The Charges''' of those tymes viz. betwene the laste daie of October 1584. Anno xxvj<sup>to</sup> Regni Regine Elizabeth''e'' and the <span style="color: white;">——</span style="color: white;"> of ffebruary .1584. Annoq''ue'' R''egni'' R''egin''e Elizabeth''e'' pred''icte'' xxvij<sup>o</sup> did rise aswell by meanes of attending making choyse, reforminge and altering of suche plaies Comodies maskes and inventions as ere prepared sett furth and presented before her ma''ies''tie at the tymes aforesaid. ...
  
 
==Theatrical Provenance==
 
==Theatrical Provenance==

Revision as of 16:04, 24 March 2012

Anon. (1585)


Historical Records

Revels Office

Chrystmas, Twelftyde & Shrouetyde and making choyse 5 of plaies Anno Regni Regine Elizabethe: xxvijo 1584

The Charges of those tymes viz. betwene the laste daie of October 1584. Anno xxvjto Regni Regine Elizabethe and the —— of ffebruary .1584. Annoque Regni Regine Elizabethe predicte xxvijo did rise aswell by meanes of attending making choyse, reforminge and altering of suche plaies Comodies maskes and inventions as ere prepared sett furth and presented before her maiestie at the tymes aforesaid. ...

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