Cambridge dramatic miscellany [manuscript], ca. 1630.

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Alabaster, William, 1567-1640. Cambridge dramatic miscellany [manuscript], ca. 1630.

Cambridge dramatic miscellany [manuscript], ca. 1630.

Contents include -- in hand of I.B.: Roxana, a play in English by William Alabaster (printed in Latin in 1632, STC 249), (leaf 28); Pseudomagia, Latin play by Mr. Mewe of Emmanuel, (leaf 38); cast list for Loiola, by John Hacket, being the Trinity cast of 1622/3 (as printed by G.C. Moore Smith in College Plays, p. 82), (leaf 165v, upside down); -- in other hands: Latin letter from Dr. Staugton to James I, (leaf 61); an English pastoral play, with no author or title, (leaf 63); John Maynard's Latin oration to the Queen, November 1598, (leaf 92); Master Strode's speech to Charles I, (leaf 95); Paria, Latin play by Thomas Vincent, (leaf 100); also miscellaneous accounts, remarks on virtue, etc.

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