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[engraved title page; ¶2r] THE WORKES OF Beniamin Jonson
[engraved title page] LONDON printed by W: Stansby, and are to be sould by Rich: Meighen. An[n]o D. 1616.
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[2X5r] EPICOENE, OR The Silent Woman. A Comœdie.
Acted in the yeere 1609. By the Children of her Maiesties REVELLS.
LONDON, Printed by WILLIAM STANSBY. M. DC. XVI.
Published as part of The Works of Benjamin Jonson, containing: Every Man in His Humor; Every Man Out of His Humor; Cynthia's Revels, or The Fountain of Self-Love; Poetaster, or The Arraignment; Sejanus His Fall; Volpone, or The Fox; Epicene, or The Silent Woman; The Alchemist; Catiline His Conspiracy; The Coronation Triumph (The Entertainment through London); The Entertainment of the Queen and Prince at Althorp (The Satyr); The Entertainment at Highgate (The Penates); The Entertainment of the Two Kings of Great Britain and Denmark (The Entertainment at Theobalds, 1606) (The Hours); The Entertainment at Theobalds, 1607 (The Genius); The Masque of Blackness (The Twelfth Night's Revels); The Masque of Beauty; Hymenaei; The Masque of Queens; Prince Henry's Barriers (The Lady of the Lake); Oberon, the Faery Prince; Love Freed from Ignorance and Folly; Love Restored; The Challenge at Tilt; Mercury Vindicated from the Alchemists at Court; The Irish Masque; The Golden Age Restored
OTHER PARATEXTS: "The Catalogue" of contents (with dedicatees) [¶3r]
DEDICATION: Epistle to: Francis Stuart (admiral); from: Ben Jonson [2X6r]
CHARACTER LIST: "The Persons of the Play" [2X6v]
ACTOR LIST: "The principall Comœdians" [3D6v]
OTHER PARATEXTS: Note on performance and license [3D6v]