Browsing by Author "Cooke, Jo., fl. 1614, attributed name."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A pleasant comedie, called the tvvo merry milke-maids. Or, the best words weare the garland As it was acted before the King, with generall approbation, by the Companie of the Reuels. By I.C.Date of publication:
1620Author(s):Description:Variously attributed to John Cumber, to John Cooke, to John Chalkhill, and to John Clapham. Signatures: [A]² B-P⁴. Running title reads: A pleasant comedie of the merry milke-maids. Reproduction of the original in Yale ...This item contains 4 files (2.96 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A pleasant conceited comedie, wherein is shewed, how a man may chuse a good wife from a bad As it hath bene sundry times acted by the Earle of Worcesters seruants.Date of publication:
1602Description:Attributed to Thomas Heywood. Sometimes also attributed to "Joshua Cooke" (i.e. John Cooke?). Printer's name from STC. Signatures: A-K⁴ L² . Reproduction of the original in the Eton College. Library.This item contains 4 files (2.26 MB).Publicly Available