Page images


ABBOTT, E. A. A Shakespearian Grammar. London, 1891.
ARBER, EDWARD, ed. A Transcript of the Registers of the Company of

Stationers of London: 1554-1640.5 vols. London, 1875-94. ASHBEE, E. W. Facsimile Reprints of Rare and Curious Tracts of the 16th and 17th Centuries. 2 vols. Vol. 1., 1868–71; vol. 2, 1871-2.

Historia Histrionica. 1699. Facsimile reprint. London, 1871-2. BAKER, H. B. The London Stage. 2 vols. London, 1889. BAKER, G. P. The Children of Powle's. Harvard Monthly, May 1891. BAKER, D. E. 1764. REED, ISAAC. 1782.

Biographia Dramatica, or, A Companion to JONES, STEPHEN. 1811.

the Playhouse. 3 vols. London, 1812. BALLMAN, OTTO. Chaucer's Einfluss auf das Englische Drama im

Zeitalter der Königin Elisabeth und der beiden ersten Stuart-Könige.

Diss. Halle, 1901. BATES, KATHARINE LEE, and Godfrey, Lydia Boker. English Drama.

A Working Basis. Wellesley College, 1896. BRAND, John. Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain.

3 vols. London, 1849. BRANDES, GEORGE. William Shakespeare. 2 vols. New York, 1898. CAMDEN, WILLIAM. Brittania. 2d ed. 1722. CHALMERS, GEORGE. An Apology for the Believers in the Shakespeare

Papers which were exhibited in Norfolk Street. Published anony

mously. London, 1797. CHAMBERS, E. K. The Mediaeval Stage. 2 vols. Oxford, 1903. CHAMBERS, ROBERT. The Book of Days. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1863-4 CHAPMAN, GEORGE. Works. ed. Swinburne and Shepherd. 3 vols.

London, 1874-5. COLLIER, J. P. The History of English Dramatic Poetry to the time of

Shakespeare: and Annals of the Stage to the Restoration. 3 vols. London, 1831.

Memoirs of the Principal Actors in the Plays of Shakespeare. London, 1846. CORYAT, THOMAS. Crudities. 1611. Repr. 2 vols. London, 1776. COTGRAVE, RANDLE. A Dictionarie of the French and English Tongues,

London, 1632. DEKKER, THOMAS. Dramatic Works. 4 vols. London, John Pearson, 1873.

Non-Dramatic Works. 5 vols. ed. A. B. Grosart. Huth Library. London, 1884-6.


Dodsley's Old English Plays. ed. W. C. Hazlitt. 15 vols. 4th ed.,

London, 1874-6. FAIRHOLT, F. W. Costume in England. London, 1846. FLEAY, F. G. Annals of the Career of Nathaniel Field. Englische Studien, 1889.

A Bibliographical Chronicle of the English Drama. 2 vols. London, 1891.

Chronicle History of the London Stage, 1559–1642. London, 1890. FURNESS, H. H. A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare. Gosson, STEPHEN. The School of Abuse. ed. Arber. London, 1868. GREENE, ROBERT. Works. ed. A. B. Grosart. 15 vols. Huth Libr.

1881-3. HALE, E. E. JR. The Influence of Theatrical Conditions on Shakespeare.

Modern Philology, vol. 1, no. 1, June 1903. HALL, JOSEPH. Complete Poems. ed. A. B. Grosart. 1879. HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS, J. O. Outlines of the Life of Shakespeare. 2

vols. London, 1886. HALLIWELL, J. O. A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words.

vols. London, 1847. HARLEIAN MISCELLANY. 10 vols. London, 1808. HARRISON, WILLIAM. Description of England in Shakspere's youth.

ed. F. J. Furnivall, from the edd. of Holinshed's Chronicle 1577

and 1587. London, 1877-8. HAWKINS, Thos. The Origin of the English Drama. 3 vols. Oxford,

1773 Hazlitt, W. C., ed. The English Drama and Stage under the Tudor

and Stuart Princes. Roxburghe Libr. 1869. HENSLOWE, PHILIP. Diary. 1591-1602. ed. Collier, Shaksp. Soc. Pub.

1845. HENTZNER, PAUL. A Journey into England in 1598. tr. by Horace

Walpole. London, 1757. HONE, W Strutt's Sports and Pastimes of the People of England.

London, 1875.
HORACE. Opera Omnia. ed. Macleane. London, 1853.
INGLEBY, C. M. Shakespeare's Centurie of Prayse. London, 1879.
JONSON, BEN. Works. ed. W. Gifford and F. Cunningham. 9 vols.
London, 1875. [For other Editions, see Introduction, pp. xi-xvii.]

The Alchemist. ed. C. M. Hathaway. New York, 1903.
Bartholomew Fair. ed. C. S. Alden. New York, 1904.

Every Man in his Humour. ed. H. B. Wheatley. London, 1891.

The Staple of News. ed. D. Winter. New York, 1905.

Timber, or Discoveries. ed. F. E. Schelling. Boston,


KOEPPEL, EMIL. Quellen-Studien zu den Dramen Ben Jonson's, J. Mars

ton's, und Beaumont's und Fletcher's. Erlangen u. Leipzig, 1895. KYD, THOMAS. Works. ed. F. S. Boas. Oxford, 1901. LAING, D., ed. Notes of Ben Jonson's Conversations with William

Drummond of Hawthornden. January, M.DC.XIX. Shaksp. Soc.

Pub. 1842.
LANGBAINE, GERARD. An Account of the English Dramatic Poets.

Oxford, 1691.
LAWRENCE, W. J. Some Characteristics of the Elizabethan-Stuart Stage.

Englische Studien, Bd. 32, Heft 1. 1903.
LEE, SIDNEY. A Life of William Shakespeare. Illustrated Library Edi-

tion. London, 1899.
LOUNSBURY, T. R. Shakespeare as a Dramatic Artist. New York, 1901.
Lyly, John. Complete Works. ed. R. W. Bond. 3 vols. Clarendon
Pr., 1902.

Endymion. ed. G. P. Baker. New York, 1894.
MALONE, EDMOND. The Plays and Poems of William Shakespeare. 21

vols. 1821.
MARLOWE, CHRISTOPHER. Works. ed. Bullen. 3 vols. Cambridge, 1885.
Marston, John. Poems. ed. A. B. Grosart. 1879.

Dramatic Works. ed. A. H. Bullen. 3 vols. Boston,
MORLEY, H: Memoirs of Bartholomew Fair. London, 1859.
MÜLLER, Iwan. Handbuch der klassischen Altertumswissenschaft.
NARES, ROBERT. Glossary. New edition by Halliwell and Wright. Lon-

don, 1859.
Nashe, Thos. Complete Works. 6 vols. ed. A. B. Grosart. London,

Ordish, T. F. Shakespeare's London. London, 1897.

Early London Theatres. New York, 1894.
OVID. Opera. ed. Merkel. Leipzig, 1877.
PEELE, GEORGE Works. ed. Bullen. 2 vols. Boston, 1888.
PLANCHÈ, J. R. A Cyclopaedia of Costume or Dictionary of Dress. 2

vols. London, 1876.
PENNIMAN, J. H. The War of the Theatres. Ginn, 1897.
PLINY. Natural History. 6 vols. tr. Bostock & Riley. Bohn's Library,

London, 1855.
REINSCH, H. B. Jonson's Poetik und seine Beziehungen zu Horaz.

Diss. München, 1898.
SCHMIDT, ALEXANDER. Shakespeare-Lexicon. 3d ed. New York, 1902.
SELLAR, W. Y. The Roman Poets of the Augustan Age.

Oxford, 1892.
SCHELLING, FELIX E. Ben Jonson and the Ci sical School. Baltimore,


2 vols.

SIMPSON, RICHARD. The School of Shakspeare. 2 vols. London, 1878.

The Political Use of the Stage in Shakspere's Time.
Trans. of New Shaksp. Soc. 1874.
SMALL, R. A. The Stage-Quarrel between Ben Jonson and the So-called

Poetasters. Breslau, 1899.
Stow, JOHN. A Survey of London. 1598. London, 1842.

The Annals of England. London, 1592.
STUBBES, Philip. The Anatomie of Abuses. 1585. ed. Turnbull. Lon-

don, 1836. SWINBURNE, A. G. A Study of Ben Jonson. New York, 1889. SYMONDS, J. A. Life of Ben Jonson. English Worthies Series. New

York, 1886. TAYLOR, JOHN. (The Water Poet). Works. ed. 1633. THORNBURY, G. W. Shakspere's England. 2 vols. 1856. Timon (the University play). ed. Dyce. Shaksp. Soc. Pub. 1842. TRAILL, H. D. Social England, a Record of the Progress of the People.

New York, 1894-5. TYRRELL, R. Y. Latin Poetry. Boston, 1895. van Dam, B. A. P., and STOFFEL, CORNELIS. The Authority of the Ben

Jonson Folio of 1616. Anglia, New Series XIV. June, 1903. WARD, A. W. A History of English Dramatic Literature to the Death

of Queen Anne. 3 vols. London, 1899. WHEATLEY, H. B., & Cunningham, P. London Past and Present. 3 vols.

London, 1891. WOODBRIDGE, ELISABETH. Studies in Jonson's Comedy. Boston, 1898.



Actors, chastising of, 221.

Brooch, 152.
Admiral's Company, lviii-ix, lxxvi; Buffone, Carlo, xliv, xlix-1, lii-iii.
an inventory of, 143.

Bullen, A. H., cited, xcviii-ix.
Aeneid, as read by Virgil, 218. Buttery, players in the, 234.
Aesop, xl, lvii-viii, 198, 221.
Agrippa, 152.

Caesar's gardens, 173.
Ajax in Troilus and Cressida, xci. Calumniator, 233-4.
Albius, vii, xl-i.

Cambyses, King, Preston's 191, 205.
Alexandrian school of poets, Camden, William, 168, 173-4.

Carey, Elizabeth, lxxx-i
Anaides, xxvii-viïi, xliii seq., 1, liii, Carlo Buffone, xliv, xlix-1, lii-iii.
226, 227

Case is Altered, Jonson's, vi, xxv.
Antonio and Mellida, Marston's, Catch-pole, 179.

xxv, xlvi, 144, 164, 167-8, 169, Chamberlain's Company, xxvii, lviii-

195, 224 ff.
Apologetical Dialogue, xxiii, 235. Chapel Children, xxvii, 137 ff.
Archilochus, 237.

Chapman, George, as a translator,
Aristius Fuscus, xli, 176–7.

xxxv; alleged to be the Virgil
Aristophanes, v, xxxv-vi, 219, 239. of Poetaster, Ixxxiv-v; xci seq.;
Armed prologue, 144.

his style, xcii; his learning, xcii;
Arraignment, The, 141.

probably not Virgil, xcv; 167-8.
Asper, lxi seq.

Chester, Charles, liii.
Audiences in Elizabethan theatres, Children's Companies, xxix, 201.

Children of the Chapel, xxvii, 137 ff.
Augustus Caesar, xxxiv, xli. Children of Paul's, 138.

Chloe, xli, 158.
Balcony of Elizabethan stage, 216. Chrysogonus, xxv-vi.
Balladino, Antonio, xxv.

Circles used by magicians, 216.
Band for the neck, 222.

Cittie Wife, xli.
Banquet, the heavenly, xxxiv-v. Clifton, Thomas, 138.
Barber, 181.

Coach, 163.
Bases, 171-2.

Commission, take up by, 172.
Battle of Alcazar, Peele's, 195, 196–7, Commissions for concealments, 220.
199, 201-2

Compliment,' 219.
Bay-leaf to cause eloquence, 221. Conversations with Drummond,
Beagle, 191.

Jonson's, xxv, lxxx, xciii, 154,
Bear-garden, 236.

164, 215, 223, 238.
Begging lands, 220.

Copper-lace, 190.
Blind Beggar of Alexandria, Chap- Corinna, mistress of Ovid, Ixix-
man's, xciii-iv.

1xx, 156.
Bobadill, lxxxii.

Cornutus, xli.
Bodkin, 171.

Corsets, 205.
Bombastic tragedy ridiculed in Coryat, Thomas, 140, 157-8.
Poetaster, 59-60, 63.

Crispinus, Rufus Laberius, xli seq.;
Boy-actors, wages of, 197.

described, xlii-iii; identified with
Brabant senior, 225, xxvi-vii.

John Marston, xliii seq.; his
Brisk, Fastidious, xliv-v, li.

style, xlvi; Ix; 137; his person,
Broker, 165-6.

161, 164; his arms, 161-2; 169;

« PreviousContinue »