The Resource The rivall friends : a comoedie, as it was acted before the King and Queens Maiesties, when out of their princely favour they were pleased to visite their Vniversitie of Cambridge, upon the 19. day of March. 1631 : cryed downe by boyes, faction, envie, and confident ignorance, approv'd by the judicious, and now exposed to the publique censure, by the author, Pet. Hausted Mr. in Artes of Queenes Colledge

The rivall friends : a comoedie, as it was acted before the King and Queens Maiesties, when out of their princely favour they were pleased to visite their Vniversitie of Cambridge, upon the 19. day of March. 1631 : cryed downe by boyes, faction, envie, and confident ignorance, approv'd by the judicious, and now exposed to the publique censure, by the author, Pet. Hausted Mr. in Artes of Queenes Colledge

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The rivall friends : a comoedie, as it was acted before the King and Queens Maiesties, when out of their princely favour they were pleased to visite their Vniversitie of Cambridge, upon the 19. day of March. 1631 : cryed downe by boyes, faction, envie, and confident ignorance, approv'd by the judicious, and now exposed to the publique censure
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The rivall friends
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a comoedie, as it was acted before the King and Queens Maiesties, when out of their princely favour they were pleased to visite their Vniversitie of Cambridge, upon the 19. day of March. 1631 : cryed downe by boyes, faction, envie, and confident ignorance, approv'd by the judicious, and now exposed to the publique censure
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by the author, Pet. Hausted Mr. in Artes of Queenes Colledge
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eng
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Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • 12935
  • II, 465
  • 454
  • S122568
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  • STC (2nd ed.)
  • Greg
  • Pforzheimer
  • ESTC
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-1645
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Hausted, Peter
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no index present
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dramas
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dictionaries
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  • -1670
  • 1803-1869
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  • Matthewes, Augustine
  • Robinson, Humphrey
  • Barton, Thomas Pennant
  • Batten, David
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The rivall friends : a comoedie, as it was acted before the King and Queens Maiesties, when out of their princely favour they were pleased to visite their Vniversitie of Cambridge, upon the 19. day of March. 1631 : cryed downe by boyes, faction, envie, and confident ignorance, approv'd by the judicious, and now exposed to the publique censure, by the author, Pet. Hausted Mr. in Artes of Queenes Colledge
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  • Partly in verse
  • Signatures: A-Óþ
  • Title page vignette; headpieces; initial
  • The last leaf is blank
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1 online resource ([112] pages)
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online
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Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy halfbound by David Batten in tan calf and marbled papers with a Greek key motif. Rebacked in modern brown morocco with the title stamped in gilt along the spine. The armorial bookplate of the Barton Library is present on the front pastedown. The binder's ticket of David Batten is present on the rear pastedown. The number 1712 and the word "perfect" are inscribed, in an early hand in the lower left corner of the title page, with the number 5 in the upper right. In this copy the final leaf (blank) is wanting. Many edges trimmed closely with losses to signatures and catchwords.
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remote
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The rivall friends : a comoedie, as it was acted before the King and Queens Maiesties, when out of their princely favour they were pleased to visite their Vniversitie of Cambridge, upon the 19. day of March. 1631 : cryed downe by boyes, faction, envie, and confident ignorance, approv'd by the judicious, and now exposed to the publique censure, by the author, Pet. Hausted Mr. in Artes of Queenes Colledge
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Note
  • Partly in verse
  • Signatures: A-Óþ
  • Title page vignette; headpieces; initial
  • The last leaf is blank
Extent
1 online resource ([112] pages)
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy halfbound by David Batten in tan calf and marbled papers with a Greek key motif. Rebacked in modern brown morocco with the title stamped in gilt along the spine. The armorial bookplate of the Barton Library is present on the front pastedown. The binder's ticket of David Batten is present on the rear pastedown. The number 1712 and the word "perfect" are inscribed, in an early hand in the lower left corner of the title page, with the number 5 in the upper right. In this copy the final leaf (blank) is wanting. Many edges trimmed closely with losses to signatures and catchwords.
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