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THE THIRD vol. U M E.
HISTORY OF DRAMATIC POETRY.
Tragedy and Comedy, their Rise and Progress, continued - - - - P. 1.
Damon and Pythias, by Richard Ed- Tancred and Gismund, by R. Wilmot
wards, and others. The Supposes and Jocasta, by George Translations of Seneca's tragedies. Gascoigne and others. Plays at court between 1568 and 1580.
The same subject continued..... p. 27.
A Knack to know a Knave. The domestic tragedy described.
William Kemp's Merriments. Arden of Feversham and the Yorkshire
Sir Clyomon and Clamydes. Tragedy, attributed to Shakespeare.
The Misfortunes of Arthur, by Thomas A Warming for Fair Women.
The Rare Triumphs of Love and The Tragedy of Page of Plymouth.
Review of the Six Old Plays to which Shakespeare is supposed to have been indebted..... p. 61.
The History of Promos and Cassandra, The Taming of a Shrew.
by George Whetstone. Chronicle History of Leir, King of EngTroublesome Reign of King John. land. Famous Victories of Henry the Fifth. Manarchmi, from Plautus, by W. W.
Introduction to the immediate Predecessors of Shakespeare..... p. 84.
The number of companies of players in Edward Alleyn and Henslowe.
Philip Henslowe and his Diary or Ac- tioned by 1 lenslowe.
WOL. iii. b