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Bibliography

STC/Wing:
STC 16949
ESTC:
Greg:
72a
DEEP:
Wiggins:
621
Microfilm reel:
STC / 1145:17

Playbook

Title Page

Title:

A MORAL AND PITIEFVL COmedie, Intituled, All for Money. Plainly representing the maners of men, and fashion of the world noweadayes.

Author(s):

T. Lupton

Performance statement:

The names of them that play this Comœdie. Theologie. Money without learning. Science. All for money. Arte. Neyther money nor learning. Money. Moneyles and friendles. Adulation. Gregorie graceles. Mischieuous helpe. Moneyles. Pleasure. William with the two wiues. Prest for pleasure. Nychol. Sinne. S. Laurence. Swift to sinne. Mother Crooke. Damnation. Iudas. Satan. Diues. Pryde. Godly admonition. Gluttonie. Uertue. Learning with money. Humilitie. Learning without mony Charitie.

Imprint:

AT LONDON. Printed by Roger Warde and Richard Mundee, dwelling at Temple Barre. Anno. 1578.

General Title Page

Internal Title Page

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Title page date:

1578

Stationer Information

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No
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No
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No
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No

Physical Description

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CHARACTER LIST: on title page [A1r]

Performance

First performance:

[1559–1577]

First performed by: