The Resource The muse of New-market, or, Mirth and drollery, being three farces acted before the King and court at New-market : viz. The merry milkmaid of Islington, or, The rambling gallants defeated : Love lost in the dark, or the drunken couple : The politick whore or the conceited cuckhold

The muse of New-market, or, Mirth and drollery, being three farces acted before the King and court at New-market : viz. The merry milkmaid of Islington, or, The rambling gallants defeated : Love lost in the dark, or the drunken couple : The politick whore or the conceited cuckhold

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The muse of New-market, or, Mirth and drollery, being three farces acted before the King and court at New-market : viz. The merry milkmaid of Islington, or, The rambling gallants defeated : Love lost in the dark, or the drunken couple : The politick whore or the conceited cuckhold
Title
The muse of New-market, or, Mirth and drollery, being three farces acted before the King and court at New-market
Title remainder
viz. The merry milkmaid of Islington, or, The rambling gallants defeated : Love lost in the dark, or the drunken couple : The politick whore or the conceited cuckhold
Title variation
  • Mirth and drollery
  • Merry milkmaid of Islington
  • Rambling gallants defeated
  • Love lost in the dark
  • Drunken couple
  • Politicke whore
  • Conceited cuckhold
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Action
condition reviewed
Cataloging source
CUD
Citation location within source
R13320
Citation source
ESTC
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Early English playbooks, 1594-1799 (Boston Public Library)
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Nabbes, Thomas
  • Massinger, Philip
  • Davenport, Robert
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The muse of New-market, or, Mirth and drollery, being three farces acted before the King and court at New-market : viz. The merry milkmaid of Islington, or, The rambling gallants defeated : Love lost in the dark, or the drunken couple : The politick whore or the conceited cuckhold
Link
https://archive.org/details/museofnewmarketo00nabb
Instantiates
Publication
Note
The farces are adapted from 'Tottenham Court' by T. Nabbes, 'The guardian' by P. Massinger and 'The city night-cap' by R. Davenport
Extent
1 online resource ([4], 61, [3] pages)
Form of item
online
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This bibliographic record has been automatically generated and may not accurately reflect the item described. Please contact BPL Rare Books and Manuscripts Department for further information.
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remote
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The muse of New-market, or, Mirth and drollery, being three farces acted before the King and court at New-market : viz. The merry milkmaid of Islington, or, The rambling gallants defeated : Love lost in the dark, or the drunken couple : The politick whore or the conceited cuckhold
Link
https://archive.org/details/museofnewmarketo00nabb
Publication
Note
The farces are adapted from 'Tottenham Court' by T. Nabbes, 'The guardian' by P. Massinger and 'The city night-cap' by R. Davenport
Extent
1 online resource ([4], 61, [3] pages)
Form of item
online
Note
This bibliographic record has been automatically generated and may not accurately reflect the item described. Please contact BPL Rare Books and Manuscripts Department for further information.
Specific material designation
remote

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