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Versions

Folger Encodings:
SHC encoding:
Encoding path:
ShepHol
Call number:
Microfilm reel:
STC / 936:10

Bibliography

STC/Wing:
STC 21470
ESTC:
Greg:
499a
DEEP:

Playbook

Title Page

Title:

THE SHEPHEARDS HOLY-DAY. A PASTORALL TRAGI-COMÆDIE. ... WITH AN ELEGIE ON THE DEATH of the most noble Lady, the Lady VENETIA DIGBY.

Author(s):

J. R.

Performance statement:

ACTED BEFORE BOTH THEIR MAIESTIES AT WHITE-HALL, by the Queenes Servants.

Imprint:

LONDON: Printed by N. and I. Okes, for Iohn Benson, and are to be sold at his shop in St. Dunstans Church-yard in Fleetstreet. 1635.

General Title Page

Internal Title Page

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

1635

Stationer Information

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

Physical Description

Format:
Paratextual materials:
DEDICATION: "The Epistle" to: Kenelm Digby (natural philosopher and courtier); from: Joseph Rutter [A2r]
COMMENDATORY VERSES: 2: by "Ben. Ionson"; "Thomas May" [A3r]
CHARACTER LIST: "The Persons of the Play" [A4v]
OTHER PARATEXTS: "Thrysis. A Pastorall Elegie in the person of Sir Kenelme Digby, on the Death of his Noble Lady, the Lady Venetia Digby" with a Latin "Epigramma" for her tomb subscribed "Obijt 1. Maij, 1633." [H1r]

Performance

First performance:

[1633–1635]

First performed by: