The Resource A new play called Canterburie his change of diot : which sheweth variety of wit and mirth : privately acted neare the palace-yard at Westminster

A new play called Canterburie his change of diot : which sheweth variety of wit and mirth : privately acted neare the palace-yard at Westminster

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A new play called Canterburie his change of diot : which sheweth variety of wit and mirth : privately acted neare the palace-yard at Westminster
Title
A new play called Canterburie his change of diot
Title remainder
which sheweth variety of wit and mirth : privately acted neare the palace-yard at Westminster
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Former owner
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Genre
Language
eng
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Action
  • Cataloged
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  • will not digitize
Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • R17847
  • Misc., p. 326
Citation source
  • English short title catalogue
  • Boston Public Library. Barton Catalogue
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  • Early English Playbooks, 1594-1799 (Boston Public Library)
  • Shakespeare Collection (Collection of Distinction)
Index
no index present
Literary form
dramas
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • 1803-1869
  • 1773-1833
  • 1740-1804
  • 1739-1817
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  • Barton, Thomas Pennant
  • Heber, Richard
  • Roxburghe, John Ker
  • Marlborough, George Spencer
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Laud, William
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A new play called Canterburie his change of diot : which sheweth variety of wit and mirth : privately acted neare the palace-yard at Westminster
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Publication
Note
  • A satire in verse against William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury
  • Title page vignette; headpieces
  • Signatures: Áþ
Extent
1 online resource ([8] pages
Form of item
online
Note
  • Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy bound in maroon morocco-grained leather. Title stamped in gilt along the spine. Armorial bookplate of the Barton Library. Gilt armorial super-ex-libris of Jon Ker, third Duke of Roxburghe on both covers. Modern pencil inscription on verso of front free end paper. Price inscription in hand of Richard Heber on front flyleaf recto.
  • Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy is the first of eleven items bound together into a single volume titled Dramatick satires. This volume contains: 1. A new play called Canterburie his change of diot (ESTC R17847) -- 2. Canterburies amazement, or, The ghost of the yong fellow Thomas Bensted who was drawne, hangd, and quartered by the meanes of the Bishop of Canterburie (ESTC R7838) -- 3. The devill, and the parliament, or the parliament and the Devill: a contestation between them for the precedencie (ESTC R7780) -- 4. Mrs. Parliament, her invitation of Mrs. London, to a thanksgiving dinner (ESTC R14149) -- 5. Mistris Parliament brought to bed of a monstrous childe of reformation (ESTC R14013) -- 6. Mistris Parliament presented in her bed after the sore travaile and hard labour which she endured last week, in the birth of her monstrous off-spring, the childe of deformation (ESTC R14014) -- 7. The second part of Crafty Crumwell, or, Oliver in his glory as king (ESTC R10370) -- 8. A tragi-comedy, called New-Market-Fayre, or A Parliament out-cry (ESTC R219725) -- 9. The second part of the tragi-comedy, called New-Market-fayre, or, Mrs. Parliaments new figaryes, written by the man in the moon (ESTC R204705) -- 10. Phanatick play. The first part (ESTC R207965) -- 11. Lamberts last game plaid, set out in a mock-comedy, betwixt John Lambert, Esq. Col. Cobbet. (ESTC R208596). Each item cataloged separately.
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A new play called Canterburie his change of diot : which sheweth variety of wit and mirth : privately acted neare the palace-yard at Westminster
Link
Publication
Note
  • A satire in verse against William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury
  • Title page vignette; headpieces
  • Signatures: Áþ
Extent
1 online resource ([8] pages
Form of item
online
Note
  • Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy bound in maroon morocco-grained leather. Title stamped in gilt along the spine. Armorial bookplate of the Barton Library. Gilt armorial super-ex-libris of Jon Ker, third Duke of Roxburghe on both covers. Modern pencil inscription on verso of front free end paper. Price inscription in hand of Richard Heber on front flyleaf recto.
  • Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy is the first of eleven items bound together into a single volume titled Dramatick satires. This volume contains: 1. A new play called Canterburie his change of diot (ESTC R17847) -- 2. Canterburies amazement, or, The ghost of the yong fellow Thomas Bensted who was drawne, hangd, and quartered by the meanes of the Bishop of Canterburie (ESTC R7838) -- 3. The devill, and the parliament, or the parliament and the Devill: a contestation between them for the precedencie (ESTC R7780) -- 4. Mrs. Parliament, her invitation of Mrs. London, to a thanksgiving dinner (ESTC R14149) -- 5. Mistris Parliament brought to bed of a monstrous childe of reformation (ESTC R14013) -- 6. Mistris Parliament presented in her bed after the sore travaile and hard labour which she endured last week, in the birth of her monstrous off-spring, the childe of deformation (ESTC R14014) -- 7. The second part of Crafty Crumwell, or, Oliver in his glory as king (ESTC R10370) -- 8. A tragi-comedy, called New-Market-Fayre, or A Parliament out-cry (ESTC R219725) -- 9. The second part of the tragi-comedy, called New-Market-fayre, or, Mrs. Parliaments new figaryes, written by the man in the moon (ESTC R204705) -- 10. Phanatick play. The first part (ESTC R207965) -- 11. Lamberts last game plaid, set out in a mock-comedy, betwixt John Lambert, Esq. Col. Cobbet. (ESTC R208596). Each item cataloged separately.
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