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TABLE OF REFERENCE TO THE EXTRACTS.

VOL. I.

THOMAS SACKVILLE AND THOMAS NORTON.
I. Ferrex and Porrex

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ROBERT WILMOT. II. Tancred and Gismunda

FULKE GREVILLE, LORD BROOKE.
III. Alaham
IV. Mustapha

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THOMAS LODGE AND ROBERT GREENE. XV. A Looking Glass for England and London

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THOMAS KYD.
XVI. The Spanish Tragedy

AUTHOR UNKNOWN.
XVII. Arden of Feversham

HENRY PORTER.
XVIII. The Two Angry Women of Abingdon

AUTHORS UNKNOWN.
XIX. Edward III.
XX. The Wars of Cyrus

ROBERT YARRINGTON.
XXI. Two Tragedies in One

HENRY CHETTLE AND ANTHONY MUNDAY. XXII. The Downfall of Robert, Earl of Hunting

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HENRY CHETTLE.
XXIII. Hoffman's Tragedy

AUTHORS UNKNOWN.
XXIV. Lust's Dominion
XXV. Doctor Dodypol

AUTHOR UNCERTAIN (? MARSTON).
XXVI. Jack Drum's Entertainment .

AUTHOR UNKNOWN. XXVII. Sir Giles Goosecap.

JOHN TOMKINS. XXVIII. Lingua

AUTHOR UNKNOWN. XXIX. The Merry Devil of Edmonton

LUDOWICK BARRY. XXX, Ram Alley

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THOMAS DEKKER.
LIX. Old Fortunatus .
LX. Satiro-Mastix
LXI. Further Extracts from the same
LXII. The Honest Whore.
LXIII. The Second Part of the Honest Whore

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THOMAS DEKKER AND JOHN WEBSTER. LXIV. Westward Hoe .

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THqMAS HEYWOOD.
LXV. A Woman Killed with Kindness
LXVI. The Fair Maid of the Exchange
LXVII. The Golden Age
LXVIII. The Silver Age .
LXIX. The Brazen Age

LXX. The Royal King and the Loyal Subject
LXXI. Further Extracts from the same
LXXII. The English Traveller
LXXIII. A Challenge for Beauty
LXXIV. Further Extracts from the same

LXXV. Further Extracts from the same
LXXVI. Fortune by Land and Soa .
LXXVII. The late Lancashire Witches
LXXVIII. Further Extracts from the same

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THOMAS MIDDLETON.
LXXIX. Blurt, Master Constable
LXXX. The Chaste Maid of Cheapside .
LXXXI. More Dissemblers besides Women
LXXXII. No Wit, no Help, like a Woman's
LXXXIII. Women beware Women
LXXXIV. The Witch
LXXXV. The Game at Chess

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THOMAS MIDDLETON AND WILLIAM ROWLEY, LXXXVI. A Fair Quarrel

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

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CHARLES LAMB, from the portrait painted and engraved by Henry Meyer

Frontispiece Thomas SACKVILLE, EARL OF DORSET, from an

engraving by Vertue, after the original
painting

1 FULKE GREVILLE, LORD BROOKE, from an engrav

ing in the Felix Slade Collection in the British
Museum

28 RICHARD BURBAGE, from the original portrait in

the Dulwich Gallery, painted by himself 58 EDWARD ALLEYN, from the original portrait in the Dulwich Gallery

84 SAMUEL DANIEL, from the engraved title-page of “Civil Wars”

106 BEN Jonson, from Houbraken's engraving after a painting by Oliver

142 GEORGE CHAPMAN, from the engraved title-page of Chapman's “Homer"

170 REDUCED FacsiMILE of title-page of “Dekker's Dreame," 1620

193 THE GLOBE THEATRE, from an engraving of the

original drawing in an extra illustrated copy
of Pennant's "London" in the British
Museum

232 THOMAS MIDDLETON, from frontispiece to “Two New Plays," 1657 .

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