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Troupes


Admiral's Men   apprentices   Arundel's Men   Beeston's Boys   Blackfriars Musicians   Boar's Head Inn Players   Chamberlain's Men (1564-1596)   Chamberlain's Men (1596-1603)   Children of the Blackfriars   Children of the Chapel (III)   Children of the Chapel (IV)   Children of the King's Revels   Children of the Queen's Revels (1604-c1614)   Children of the Revels   Children of the Whitefriars   Derby's Men (1594-c1635)   Duke of York's Men (c1641-1642)   Essex's Men   French female troupe (c1629)   French Players (c1629-30)   French Players (c1635)   King and Queen of Bohemia's Men   King's Men (1603-1625)   King's Men (1625-1642)   King's Revels (1629-1637)   Lady Elizabeth's Men   Leicester's Men   Mile End Players   Oxford's Men (1580-1602)   Palsgrave's Men   Paul's Boys   Pembroke's Men   Prince Charles' Men (1631-1642)   Prince Charles' Men (c1609-1625)   Prince Henry's Men   Queen Anne's Men   Queen Henrietta Maria's Men   Queen of Bohemia's Men   Queen's Men   Red Bull (Revels) Company (1619-c1623)   Red Bull Company (c1625-1642)   Strange's Men (c1576-1594)   strangers (c1623)   Sussex's Men (1568-1583)   Sussex's Men (1583-1593)   troupe   Warwick's Men   Westminster Boys   Worcester's Men (1589-1603)   Young Men of the Strand   Young Men of this City  


Venues


Amphitheatre   Bear Garden   Bel Savage   Bell   Blackfriars (I)   Blackfriars (II)   Boar's Head   Boar's Head Inn   Bull   Chapel Royal   Cockpit at Court   Court   Cross Keys   Curtain   Denmark House   Durham Place   Fortune (I)   Fortune (II)   Globe (I)   Globe (II)   Greenwich   Hampton Court   Hope   Inns of Court   Le Fevure's House in Drury Lane   Mile End   Newington Butts   Paris Garden   Phoenix/Cockpit   playhouse   Porter's Hall   Red Bull   Red Lion   Richmond   Rose   Salisbury Court   Somerset House   St James' Palace   St Paul's   St Paul's (I)   St Paul's (II)   Swan   Theatre   Tower of London   Westminster Grammar School   Westminster Palace   Whitefriars   Whitehall   Wilton   York House  


Documents


House of Commons Journal Volume 2: 12 December 1642   "Neere the Playe Howse": The Swan Theater and Community Blight   "To the Globe I rowed": John Holles Sees A Game at Chess   "Why didn't Burbage lease the Beargarden?" A Conjecture in Comparative Architecture   'a private letter, written by a person of the name of Thomas Brande, which I discovered among some miscellaneous papers in the library of the Archbishop of Canterbury at Lambeth'   'Robert Leake to Sir Gervase Clifton,' 1634, Nov. 25, Additional Manuscripts of Sir Hervey Juckes Lloyd Bruce   'Since Robin Hood'   'Tis Pity She's a Whore   'Twice a Day on the Banke Side'?: A Contemporary Report on Middleton's 'A Game at Chesse'   'Will Baker: Knowinge'   -No MS Reference-   2 Henry IV   39 Elizabeth c.4   A Ballade in praise of London Prentices, and what they did at the Cock-pitt Playhouse in Drury Lane   A Bibliographical and Critical Account of the Rarest Books in the English Language   A Budget of Notes and Memoranda   A Cast over the Water   A Cast over the Water   A Chaste Maid in Cheapside   A Chronicle History of the London Stage, 1559-1642   A Countercuff to Martin Junior   a deed of bargain and sale   A Fair Quarrel   A Fine Companion   A Game at Chess   A Game at Chess   A Game at Chesse   A General History of Music, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Period   A Godly Exhortation   A Gull   A Jovial Crew   A King and No King   A King and no King   A Knight's Conjuring   A London Life in the Brazen Age: Francis Langley, 1548-1602   A Mad World, My Masters   A manifest Detection of the most vile and detestable Use of Dice-Play   A Manual for the Collector and Amateur of Old English Plays   A Mirror of Monsters   A New Account of the Burning of the Globe   A New Lawsuit about the Globe   A New Way to Pay Old Debts   A North Country Song   A Perambulation of Kent   A Perambulation of Kent   A Pleasant Dispute between Coach and Sedan   A Record of London Inn-Playhouses from c. 1565-1590   A Relation of the Expedition Made by the Emperor into Italy, Germany, and Flanders in 1543   A Select Collection of Old Plays (1744)   A Select Collection of Old Plays (1750)   A Select Collection of Old Plays (1780)   A Sermon Preached at Paul's Cross   A Strange Sighted Traveller   A Supplemental Apology for the Believers in the Shakspeare-Papers   A Survey of London (1598)   A Survey of London (1599)   A Survey of London (1603)   A Treatise   A Warning for Fair Women   A Whimzey Written from Beyond the Seas, About the End of the Year, 52. to a Friend Lately Returned into England   A Whip for an Ape   A Woman Is a Weathercock   A Woman Killed with Kindness   A Young Witty Lad Playing Richard the Third   Acts of the Privy Council of England   Advance Sheets from Shakespeare, the Globe, and Blackfriars   Albumazar   All Fools   All's Lost by Lust   Alnwick Castle: MS 506/132   Alphonsus, Emperor of Germany   Alphonsus, King of Aragon   Amends for Ladies   Amends for Ladies   Amerigo Salvetti and the London Court Theatre, 1616–1640   Amyntas   An Account of the English Dramatick Poets   An Advertisement for Pap-Hatchet and Martin Marprelate   An Almond for a Parrot   An Apology for Actors   An Apology for the Believers in the Shakspeare-Papers   An Elizabethan Lawsuit   An Excellent New Medley   An Execration upon Vulcan   An Historical Account of the Rise and Progress of the English Stage   An Historical and Critical Account of the Theatres in Europe   An Original Drawing of the Globe Theatre   Annals   Annals   Annals   Appendix G: Contemporary References to the Play, 1624-63   Archivio di Stato a Venezia: Senato, Dispacci, Inghilterra, f. XXV: 1624, Alvise Valareso e Giovanni Pesaro Ambasciatori; Lettera n. 136m fol. 261v   Archivio di Stato a Venezia: Senato, Dispacci, Inghilterra, f. XXV: 1624, Alvise Valareso e Giovanni Pesaro Ambasciatori; Lettera n. 136m fol. 267v   Archivio Mediceo, filza 4187   Arviragus and Philicia   Aspects of the Design and Use of the Theatre in Shoreditch   Bartholomew Fair   Basel University Library: Platter's Journey, 1595-1600   Bears and Players: Philip Henslowe's Double Acts   Beasts of Recreation: Henslowe's White Bears   Ben Jonson's Execration upon Vulcan   Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid, MS 18 203   BL, Add MS 4221   BL: Add Ch 9290   BL: Add Ch 9290–9321 [9291]   BL: Add Ch 9290–9321 [9292B]   BL: Add Ch 9290–9321 [9292C]   BL: Add MS 10449   BL: Add MS 11402   BL: Add MS 15235   BL: Add MS 20001   BL: Add MS 27962, C189b   BL: Add MS 27962, C191a   BL: Add MS 29492   BL: Add MS 29492, ff 33v–5   BL: Add MS 34110   BL: Add MS 34112 A   BL: Add MS 36759   BL: Add MS 5064   BL: Add MS 53726 OR Add MS 37343   BL: Add MS 72329, no 134   BL: Add MS 72329, no 135   BL: Add MS 72329, no 136   BL: Add MS Charter 9292A   BL: Additional MS 72329, no 136   BL: Additional MS 72329, no 137   BL: Cotton MS 47   BL: Cotton MS Vitellius F.v   BL: Egerton MS 1787   BL: Egerton MS 1994   BL: Egerton MS 2396   BL: Egerton MS 2592   BL: Egerton MS 2623, f 28   BL: Egerton MS 2623, f 32   BL: Egerton MS 2623, ff 11-12   BL: Egerton MS 2623, ff 13v-14   BL: Harley MS 164   BL: Harley MS 1641   BL: Harley MS 252   BL: Harley MS 286 NEW   BL: Harley MS 389   BL: Harley MS 454, ff 108–184v   BL: Harley MS 5353   BL: Harley MS 538   BL: Harley MS 544   BL: Harley MS 7002   BL: Lansdowne MS 164   BL: Lansdowne MS 20   BL: Lansdowne MS 24   BL: Lansdowne MS 26 NEW   BL: Lansdowne MS 37   BL: Lansdowne MS 41   BL: Lansdowne MS 60   BL: Lansdowne MS 71   BL: Lansdowne MS 74   BL: Lansdowne MS 885   BL: MS Harl. 383, f 65   BL: Sloane MS 1786   BL: Sloane MS 2530   BL: Stowe MS 571   Blackfriars Records   Bodl, MS Rawlinson 89, f 42   Bodl.: Ashmole 38   Bodl.: Eng. Misc. c.4   Bodl.: Rawlinson A 239   Bodl.: Rawlinson MS A 204   Bodl: Ashmole MS 208, ff 200-13   Bodl: Malone 247, MS note on flyleaf facing the title page, sig A1, in Malone's copy of 'A Game at Chess'    Bodl: MS Malone 156   Burbage and Shakespeare's Stage   Canterbury Cathedral Archives: DCc-Register W   Canterbury Cathedral Archives: DDc-CA-3   Casseler Landesbibliothek: 'Itinerarium einer Reiss auss Cassell in Engeland A. D. 1611'   Catalogue of the Manuscripts and Muniments of Alleyn's College of God's Gift at Dulwich   Catiline   Chancery, Bills and Decrees, Henslowe vs. Allen, Henslowe & Cole, C33/152 and 151    Charles, Duke of Byron   Close Roll, No. 1691 (43 Eliz., Pt. 14, m. 17–18)   Collections towards Forming a History of the Now Obsolete Office of the Master of the Revels   Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies (1623)   Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies (1663)   Commissions for the Chapel   Complete Works of Thomas Nashe   Corporation of London Record Office, Mayor's Court Original Bills, MC1-53   Court Masques of James I   Covent Garden   Cæsar and Pompey   DCA: MS (missing)   DCA: MS 1   DCA: MS 11   DCA: MS 18   DCA: MS 19   DCA: MS 2   DCA: MS 7   DCA: MS 8   DCA: MS 9   DCA: Muniment Series 1, Group 15   DCA: Muniment Series 1, Group 16   DCA: Muniment Series 1, Group 18   DCA: Muniment Series 1, Group 19  


Events


The Theatre and Curtain are located near Holywell: Stow   Apprentices illegally perform the 'Hog Hath Lost His Pearl' at the Whitefriars   The Globe burns: Sir Henry Wotton   Henry Wotton refers to the Cockpit as being in Shoe Lane   London has four 'amphitheatres'   Lord Digby and Will Crofts quarrel at the Blackfriars: Garrard to Wentworth   Star Chamber, Allen vs the Burbages et al: Giles Allen states his case   Spanish ambassador reports on 'A Game at Chess' controversy    The Globe burns: Henry Bluett    A Globe audience members describes a performance of 'The Witches of Lancashire'   The Hope plays host to a fencing tournament   William Hunnis plans to use the Blackfriars as a performance space for the Children of the Chapel   Anne Farrant has taken her case to the Privy Council: Sir John Wolley to William More   Sir William More drafts his own version of the Farrant controversy   Anne Farrant appeals to Sir Francis Walsingham for help in reclaiming the Blackfriars lease   Thomas Crosfield records theatres and actors of the five main London companies   The Privy Council orders plays restrained at Newington   Star Chamber, 'Widow Waking' case: Thomas Dekker deposes   Star Chamber, 'Widow Waking' case: Thomas Dekker deposes a second time   Star Chamber, Samwell vs Langley et al: Samwell interrogates Langley and Roberts   Star Chamber, Samwell vs Langley et al: Francis Langley replies   Star Chamber, Samwell vs Langley et al: Richard Samwell the Elder states his case   Star Chamber, Clifton v Robinson et al: Clifton states his case   Christopher Beeston apologizes for mounting a play during plague time   John Chamberlain reports to Dudley Carleton on the controversy over Middleton's 'A Game at Chess'   The Spanish Ambassador sees animals baited at the Hope   The Fortune burns: John Chamberlain   The Fortune hosts the Spanish Ambassador: John Chamberlain   Apprentices riot at the Cockpit: Edward Sherburne   Apprentices riot at the Cockpit: John Chamberlain   John Chamberlain to Alice Carleton: The new Globe playhouse is reported to be the fairest 'that ever was in England'   Two Blackfriars plays offend the King   Alexander Walsh, a fruiterer, is the Swan's current tenant   The Worcester's Men draft a patent to become the Queen's Men   A recent fencing match at the Swan ends badly: John Chamberlain [letter]   William Fennor, a charlatan, advertises and sells tickets to a fake performance: John Chamberlain   The inhabitants of the Blackfriars object to plans for a new playhouse   Requests, Trevell vs Woodford: The court judges   Requests, Salisbury Court vs Brome: Richard Brome responds to the charges   Requests, Salisbury Court vs Brome: The owners and players state their case   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: William Smythe deposes   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: John Goburne deposes   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Henry Johnson deposes   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: John Goburne deposes again   Requests, Burbage vs Allen: Henry Johnson deposes again   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Thomas Nevill deposes   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Philip Baker deposes   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Thomas Osborne deposes   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Oliver Tylte deposes   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Cuthbert Burbage replies   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Giles Allen replies   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Cuthbert Burbage states his case   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Robert Vigerous deposes   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: The interrogatories for Vigerous and Nevill   Requests, Witter vs Heminges and Condell: The plaintiff submits a replication   Requests, Witter vs Heminges and Condell: The court issues a final decree   Requests, Keysar v Burbage et al: Robert Keysar delivers his replication   Requests, King's Men vs Brend: A statement of fact provides legal and financial details of the Globe's history   Requests, Woodliffe vs Browne: Oliver Woodliffe states his case   Requests, Woodliffe vs Browne: Robert Browne replies   Requests, Smith vs Beeston: Beeston replies   Requests, Smith vs the Queen's Men: Smith states his case   Requests, Smith vs Beeston: Queen Anne's Men respond   Requests, Trevell vs Cooke et al: Cooke deposes   Requests, Trevell vs Cooke et al: Cooke responds to Trevell's charge   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: The court orders Giles Allen's arrest   Requests, Pembroke's Men vs Francis Langley: The players reply   Requests, Pembroke's Men vs Francis Langley: The players state their case   Requests, Savage vs Hicks and Honingborne: Jerome Savage states his case   Requests, Hunnis and Newman vs Farrant: Anne Farrant responds to Hunnis and Newman's complaint   Requests, Hunnis and Newman vs Farrant: William Hunnis and John Newman reply to Anne Farrant   Requests, Hunnis and Newman vs Farrant: Hunnis and Newman countersue Anne Farrant   Requests, Miles vs Cuthbert Burbage and Allen: Robert Miles states his case   Requests, Pembroke's Men vs Francis Langley: Langley answers the players' charges   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Burbage swears an affidavit   Requests, Paul Tey swears an affidavit   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: Cuthbert Burbage must register a plea   Requests, Cuthbert Burbage vs Allen: The Court orders an injunction against Giles Allen   Requests, Miles vs Cuthbert Burbage and Allen: Robert Miles' suit may proceed   Requests, Miles vs Cuthbert Burbage and Allen: the attorneys must compare Robert Miles' Request and Chancery bills   Requests, Pembroke's Men vs Francis Langley: Langley is ordered to stay his suit   Requests, Hunnis and Newman vs Farrant: William Hunnis and John Newman must meet with their counsel to discuss Anne Farrant's charges   Augustine Phillips' will is registered   Christopher Beeston's widow proves his will   Richard Farrant's will stipulates that the Blackfriars lease should go to his wife, Anne Farrant   The Privy Council writes to Secretary Conway on the matter of Middleton's 'A Game at Chess'   Plays are to be censored by a committee   Privy Council vs Prince Charles' Men: The complaint and order concerning 'The Whore New Vamped'   Apprentices riot at the Cockpit: Privy Council response   The Privy Council halts the run of a libellous play at the Curtain   The Privy Council restrains playing spaces, troupes and performance times   A French acrobat is allowed to perform at the Swan   The Privy Council stops construction of a new theatre   Plays are banned, and the Curtain and Theatre are to be pulled down   The Privy Council takes action over the performance of the Isle of Dogs   The Theatre and Curtain are commonly used for plays   To avoid conflict with traditional bear-baiting days, plays are banned Sundays and Thursdays   Privy Council orders a restraint on Sunday playing in Middlesex   The Privy Council restrains Sunday playing in Southwark   Disobedient players are to cease performing at Newington Butts   Certain players are banned from performing in Southwark   The plague threatens: Theatres must close until Michaelmas   A chorister of St Paul's is kidnapped   The Privy Council forestalls the performance of a lewd play   Richard Margrave is jailed for publishing word of an assembly   Patrick Gray is arrested for his part in a riot at the Fortune   A man is assaulted at the Fortune   The Middlesex Justices of the Peace ban dances and jigs at plays   William Davenant becomes director of the Phœnix company and playhouse   The Cockpit/Phoenix company is ordered to cease playing because they performed an unlicensed play   William Beeston is made the governor of King's and Queen's Boys   Christopher Beeston is made the governor of a new company of the King's and Queen's Boys   Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': Three King's Men petition to be admitted company sharers   Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': The players address a further petition   Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': John Shanks replies to the players' petition   Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': The Burbages and Robinson reply   Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': John Shanks receives satisfaction for his shares   Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': John Shanks demands satisfaction for his shares   Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': The ruling   King's Bench, John Brayne vs John Reynolds: The summary   Common Pleas, Osteler vs Heminges: The bill of complaint   King's Bench, Evans v Kendall: Evans' plea quotes an earlier bond relating to the Blackfriars playhouse   King's Bench, Allen vs Cuthbert Burbage: the summary   King's Bench, Bishop vs Browne and Mago: Bishop renews his lawsuit   King's Bench, Bishop vs Browne and Mago: Bishop files suit   King's Bench, Allen vs Street: The summary and account of the lease of the Theatre property   A message is delivered from St James' palace to the Red Bull players   Exchequer, Crown vs William Henslowe and Jacob Meade: John Baxter deposes concerning the construction of the Hope   Exchequer, Bishop of Winchester vs Jacob Meade and Edward Alleyn: Alleyn testifies that the Hope is still used as both a baiting-arena and a playhouse   Players perform at Mile End   Common Pleas, Woodliffe vs Langley: Woodliffe states his case   Common Pleas, Woodliffe vs Langley: Langley replies   Common Pleas, Farrant vs Hunnis and Newman: Anne Farrant sues William Hunnis and John Newman for a 100l bond on the Blackfriars sub-lease   The post-mortem inquisition of Thomas Brend names Shakespeare in occupation of property in St Saviour's   Pory to Scudamore: Captain Essex and Lord Thurles quarrel at the Blackfriars   Nathaniel Giles receives a patent to impress children into the service of the chapel   Philip Rosseter secures a patent to build a new playhouse in the Blackfriars precinct   Edward Kirkham et al are licensed to train up a company of children: the patent   The Chamberlain's Men are newly incorporated as the King's Men: the Patent   William Browne purchases part of the Boar's Head   The Curtain has fallen into decay   William Longe sells the Curtain estate to Thomas Harberte   The Curtain estate is sold to Maurice and William Longe   Chancery, Richard Langley vs Woodliffe: Court orders lawyers to determine sum   Chancery, Francis and Richard Langley vs Woodliffe: Court recognizes Langley's surrender of the Boar's Head   Chancery, Duke and Heywood vs Browne: Court dismisses the suit   Chancery, Duke and Heywood vs Browne: Duke explains his failure to respond to Browne's reply   Chancery, Duke and Heywood vs Browne: Court orders Duke's arrest   Chancery, Duke and Heywood vs Browne: Court orders Duke to pay costs   Chancery, Francis and Richard Langley vs Woodliffe: Browne seizes Boar's Head profits   Chancery, Francis and Richard Langley vs Woodliffe: the Court refers the suit to Masters Carew and Carew   Chancery, Francis and Richard Langley vs Woodliffe: the Court refers the suit to Master Hunt   Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe, the Langleys, and Bishop: Court orders defendants to reply   Chancery, Francis and Richard Langley vs Woodliffe: Court stays Woodliffe's Common Pleas suits   Chancery, Miles vs the Burbages: The court throws out Robert Miles' case   Chancery, Burbage vs Miles and Miles vs Burbage: The court combines the two Theatre suits   Chancery, Miles vs the Burbages: Robert Miles takes up Margaret Brayne's suit   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Court orders that the terms of the original arbitrament are to be observed   Chancery, Queen's Men vs Beeston: Heywood deposes   Henry Evans concealed playhouse income from the sharers: Outlawe deposes   Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe and Langley: Marsh answers   Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe and Langley: Mago answers   Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe and Langley: Browne interrogates Mago and Marsh   Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe, the Langleys, and Bishop: Samwell the younger deposes   Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe, the Langleys, and Bishop: Browne's interrogatories   Chancery, Samwell vs Woodliffe: Moxlay deposes   Chancery, Samwell vs Woodliffe: Mago deposes   Chancery, Samwell vs Woodliffe: Rodes deposes   Chancery, Samwell vs Woodliffe: Willys deposes   Chancery, Samwell vs Woodliffe: Samwell interrogates Mago, Rodes, and Willys   Chancery, Browne vs Woodliffe, the Langleys, and Bishop: Bagnall deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: John Hyde deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Ralph Miles deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: John Hyde deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Nicholas Byshop deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: John Alleyn deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Ralph Miles deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Robert Miles deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Henry Lanman deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: William Nicoll deposes   Chancery, James Burbage vs Margaret Brayne and Robert Miles: John Hynde deposes   Chancery, James Burbage vs Margaret Brayne and Robert Miles: the interrogatories for Gascoigne, Bett, and James   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Henry Bett deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Richard Hudson deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Bryan Ellam deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: James Burbage deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: Cuthbert Burbage deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: John Hyde deposes   Chancery, Margaret Brayne vs the Burbages: George Clough deposes   Chancery, William Beeston vs Earl of Dorset: Beeston states his case   Chancery, Woodford vs Holland: Woodford states his case   Chancery, James Burbage vs Margaret Brayne: James Burbage states his case   Chancery, Worth and Blaney vs Baskervile and Browne: Baskervile and Browne reply   Chancery, Evans vs Kirkham: Evans states his case   Chancery, Androwes vs Slatier: Slatier responds   Chancery, Androwes vs Slatier: Androwes states his case   Chancery, Hussey vs Kirke: John Best builds a tenement called the 'cockpit'   Chancery, Hussey vs Kirke: Christopher Beeston leases land to build a theatre   A German prince mentions four active theatres in London   Edward Alleyn pays the tithe due for the Rose