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The fayre mayde of the exchange: with the pleasaunt humours of the cripple of Fanchurch
1955 by Printed for Henry Rockit, and are to be solde at the shop in the Poultrey vnder the Dyall in London .
Written in English
|Statement||Very delectable, and full of mirth.|
|Series||Three centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1800|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||76|
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The Fayre Mayde of the Exchange: with the pleasant humours of the Cripple of Fanchurch. Very delectable and full of mirth.
(printed in by Valentine Simmes) The Fayre Maide of the Exchange: together with the merry humours, and pleasant passages of the cripple of Fanchurch. Furnished with varietie of delectable mirth. Title: The fayre mayde of the Exchange: with the pleasaunt humours of the cripple of Fanchurch.
Very delectable, and full of mirth. Very delectable, and full of mirth. Date: London: Printed [by Valentine Simmes] for Henry Rockit, and are to be solde at the shop in the Poultrey vnder the Dyall, THE Fayre Mayde of the Exchange: With The pleasaunt Humours of the Cripple of Fanchurch.
Very delectable, and full of mirth. The fayre mayde of the Exchange: with the pleasaunt humours of the Cripple of Fanchurch, very delectable and full of mirth.
The fayre mayde of the Exchange: with the pleasant humours of the cripple of Fanchurch. Very delectable, and full of mirth.
The fayre mayde of the exchange: with the pleasaunt humours of the cripple of : approximately Thomas Heywood. THE Fayre Mayde of the Exchange: With The pleasaunt Humours of the Cripple of Fanchurch. Very delectable, and full of mirth. LONDON Printed for HENRY ROCKIT, and are to be solde at the shop in the Poultrey vnder the Dyall.
The fayre mayde of the exchange: with the pleasaunt humours of the cripple of Fanchurch. Available for non-commercial, internal use by students, staff, and faculty at the University of Michigan for academic and research purposes inaries an and Caroline verse ribed from: The Fayre Mayde of the Exchange: With The pleasaunt Humours of the Cripple of Fanchurch.
Very delectable, and full of mirth. The case is different with The Fayre Mayde of the Exchange. With The pleasaunt Humours of the Cripple of Fanchurch, which, though printed anonymously in and later, has been usually attributed to Heywood, and upon which, treating it as his, Charles Lamb bestowed high praise.
The present writer, without accepting Fleay’ conjecture that the play was written by Machin, cannot persuade himself that Heywood. Fayre Mayde of the Exchange, the, With the pleasant humours of the Cripple of Fenchurch. Very Delectable, and full of mirth. Field, Barron.
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Full text of "The fair maid of the exchange; a comedy" See other formats. A Pleasant Comedy, called A Mayden-Head Well Lost. As it hath beene publickly Acted at the Cocke-pit in Drury-lane, with much Applause: By her Majesties Servants. Written by Thomas Heywood. Aut prodesse solent, aut delectare.
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They each selected a disease to send to the humans that could cripple them, make them. Christmas, at Whitsuntide, Shrovetide, and Easter. Wee '1 play our old pranks, rejoyce and give thanks And those that oppose, wee will cripple their shanks. May all the rich pleasures that ever were reclcon'd, etc.
Our Exchange 'T is With By with Merchants from shall be filled better to deal in good Traffiok than all that neighbour Nations we. Thomas Heywood, The Fayre Mayde of the Exchange: With the Pleasaunt Humours of the Cripple of Fanchurch.
Very Delectable, and Full of Mirth, (STC 2nd ed.) (London: Printed by Valentine Simmes for Henry Rockit, and are to be solde at the shop in the Poultrey vnder the Dyall, ), fol.
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