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Versions

Folger Encodings:
EEBO-TCP encoding:
Encoding path:
OGT
Call number:
Microfilm reel:
Wing / 58:08

Bibliography

STC/Wing:
Wing C579
ESTC:
Greg:
780a
DEEP:

Playbook

Title Page

Title:

THE FAMOUS TRAGEDY OF OSMOND The great TURK, Otherwise called the NOBLE SERVANT.

Author(s):

LODOWICK CARLELL, Gent.

Imprint:

LONDON, [Prin]ted for Humphrey Moseley, at his shop at the Princes Armes in St. Pauls Church-yard. 1657.

General Title Page

Internal Title Page

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

1657

Stationer Information

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

Physical Description

Format:
Paratextual materials:
CHARACTER LIST: "Drammatis Personæ" [A1v]

Performance

First performance:

1622

First performed by:

Notes

The Fool would be a Favourite and Osmond the Great Turk presented an editorial challenge when deciding which issues to include in the EMED corpus. Greg argues that they were likely always issued together (as Wing C582), though they are sometimes found alone, and are bibliographically independent (as Wing C579 and C580). EEBO-TCP transcriptions exist for C579 and C580, and are included in EMED as separate playbooks, which also adheres to our preference of including the lowest bibliographic number when choosing between issues of the same year. The Hamnet link is to the collection with general title page.