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Manuscript Text Sources

Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales, MS Brogyntyn II.42 (1625)

Humorous Lieutenant (Fletcher)

Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales, MS Peniarth 403D (late 16th century)

Jig of St. Denys’ Ghost

Alnwick Castle Library, Northumberland, MS 508 (1644)

Percy plays

Alnwick Castle Library, Northumberland, MS 509 (1646)

Percy plays

Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale, MS II.144 (1500–10)

Tandernacken

Cambridge, Magdalene College, MS Pepys ii. 663 (ca. 1575)

on masque with Alfonso Ferrabosco I

Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS O.2.66 (ca. 1624)

Game at Chess (Middleton)

Cambridge, University Library, MS Add. 4138 (ca. 1625)

It is not yet full fortnight since (Bonny Nell)

Dulwich College, MS 1 (ca. 1589–1616)

Henslowe-Alleyn Papers

Dulwich College, MS 7 (1592–1609)

Henslowe’s Diary

Kew, National Archives, Star Chamber, STAC 5/S30/16 (1602)

Libel of Michael Steele

Kew, National Archives, Star Chamber, STAC 8/250/31 (1621)

Fools Fortune

London, British Library, Add. MS 10309 (ca. 1630)

Come my Celia

London, British Library, Add. MS 15233 (1550s)

Hey nony nony
Hunt is up
Of all the creatures
What hart can think or tung express (Heywood)
Wit and Science (Redford)
Yf love for love of long tyme had

London, British Library, Add. MS 32379 (1574)

Thomas Norton on Italian women

London, British Library, Cotton MS Nero C X (1537–53)

diary of Edward VI

London, British Library, MS Lansdowne 30/55 (1564)

Bishop Grindal letter on Westcott

London, British Library, MS Lansdowne 807 (ca. 1566–70)

Bugbears (Jeffere)

London, British Library, MS Malone 12 (1625)

Witch (Middleton)

London, British Library, MS Sloane 2593 (ca. 1440)

I have a gentle cock

London, Metropolitan Archives, CLC/270/MS03313 (formerly Guildhall Library, MS 3313) (ca. 1490–1512)

Great Chronicle of London

Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Ashmole 48 (mid-16th century)

Remember man thy frail estate

Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Ashmole 1125.33 (1595)

on Farrant

Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Don.f.37 (1649)

Souldier and his knapsack bearer

Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawl. poet. 31 (ca. 1620–33)

Come my Celia

Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawl. poet. 85 (ca. 1586–91)

What thing is love

Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawl. poet. 108 (ca. 1570)

Maddame dangloyse me tell you verye true

Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawl. poet. 172 (early 18th century)

Come my Celia

Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Tanner 306
(17th century)

Muses nine that cradle rock’d

Oxford, Corpus Christi College, MS 257 (1566)

on Richard Edwards and Queen Elizabeth

San Marino, Huntington Library, MS HM 1 Towneley Cycle (15th century)

Shepherds plays

San Marino, Huntington Library, MS HM 4 (1647)

Percy plays

San Marino, Huntington Library, MS HM 452 (ca. 1570)

Misogonus

Shirburn Castle, North Library 119 D 44 (ca. 1585–1616)

Baker’s daughter of Manchester
Awake, Awake (O man in desperation)
Bride’s Good Morrow (tune fragment)
Flaunting Philip, the devil of the west
Frauncis new Jigge
French Lauata (Levalto)(tune)
Glass doth run
My mind to me a kingdom is
Queen Dido
Ratcatcher
Titus Andronicus Complaint
Torment of a Jealous mind (Rogero)

Washington, DC, Folger Library, MS j.b.3 (ca. 1640)

Women’s Prize, or the Tamer Tamed (Fletcher)

Washington, DC, Folger Library, MS j.b.5 (formerly within MS 1482.2 in the Lambarde Collection) (ca. 1637–38)

Beggar’s Bush (Beaumont)

Washington, DC, Folger Library, MS V.a.159
Lodge Lute Book (ca. 1559–75)

July and Julian

Washington, DC, Folger Library, MS V.a.162 (ca. 1650)

Come away thou lady gay

Washington, DC, Folger Library, MS V.a.231 (1624)

Game at Chess (Middleton)

Washington, DC, Folger Library, MS V.a.262
(1630–37)

Come my Celia

Washington, DC, Folger Library, MS V.a.339; Hall Commonplace Book (ca. 1650)

Come my Celia

Washington, DC, Folger Library, MS V.a.342 (ca. 1624)

Game at Chess (Middleton)

Washington, DC, Folger Library, MS V.a.354 (ca. 1440–75)

Mankind (Macro Plays)

Washington, DC, Folger Library, MS V.a.399 (ca. 1600–1725)

Bonny Nell
As you came from Walsingham

Washington, DC, Folger Library, MS X.d.110 (1630)

invoice for King’s Men performances

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