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M. MS. of Sapientia Solomonis was a copy made for Queen Elizabeth, and thinks it probable that copies were made for distinguished visitors for other than 'prompt' purposes. I agree with him. Sometimes perhaps only the names of the dramatis persons were given, which would explain the Trinity entry, 1554-5: for paper to write the names in owr Mrs shew « Nichol's Progresses ofQ. Eliz. I. 186 (ed. 1823). 3 Boas, p. 93. THEIR PRODUCTION 31 (possibly, but hardly probably, Christopherson's Jepkthes). DRESS OF THE ACTORS It is needless to draw attention to the items in the accounts relating to the dress and the dressing of the actors—or to the lists of the players' garments preserved at Queens' College.
1579, the direction: Quatuor extruendae sunt domus, nimirum Fidelis, i a , Fortunij, 2a , Cornelij, 3 a , Octauiani, 4 a . Quin et sacellum quoddam erigendum est, in quo constituendum est Cardinalis cuiusdam Sepulchrum, ita efformatum, vt claudi aperirique possit. In Sacello autem Lampas ardens ponenda est. g. in Peter Hausted's Senile Odium, acted at Queens' College (printed 1633): Ex domo Theophili—ExMonasterioSanctap Catharinae, Ex domo Ludovici—Ex domo Tricongionis—A Foro. or W. Johnson's Faletudinarium, acted in the same College in 1637/8 (Emm.
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