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Versions

Folger Encodings:
SHC encoding:
EEBO-TCP encoding:
Encoding path:
MR
Call number:
Microfilm reel:
STC / 859:17

Bibliography

STC/Wing:
STC 22450
ESTC:
Greg:
562a(†)
DEEP:

Playbook

Title Page

Title:

THE MAIDES REVENGE. A TRAGEDY.

Author(s):

IAMES SHIRLEY Gent.

Performance statement:

As it hath beene Acted with good Applause at the private house in Drury Lane, by her Majesties Servants.

Imprint:

LONDON. Printed by T. C. for William Cooke, and are to be sold at his shop at Furnivalls Jnne Gate in Holbourne. 1639.

General Title Page

Internal Title Page

Title page company(s):
Title page theater(s):
Title page date:

1639

Stationer Information

Location:
Printer(s):
Uncertain: 
No
Publisher(s):
Uncertain: 
No
Bookseller(s):
Uncertain: 
No

Physical Description

Format:
Paratextual materials:
DEDICATION: Epistle to: Henry Osborne (Esquire); from: James Shirley [A2v]
CHARACTER LIST: "The Actors names" [A1v]
OTHER PARATEXTS: "A Catalogue of such things as hath beene Published by Iames Shirley Gent" [A2v]

Performance

First performance:

1626

First performed by:

Notes

The ESTC suggests that the play was probably printed in early 1640; see "Studies in Bibliography" 1 (1948-9, p. 151-82).