The pleasant historie of the two angrie women of Abington

With the humorous mirthe of Dick Commes and Nicholas Prouerbes their two seruingmen. by Porter, Henry

Publisher: Imprinted for Ioseph Hunt, and William Ferbrand, and are to be solde at the Corner of Colman-streete, neer Loathburie in London

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Micro-opaque of original in Henry E. Huntington Library. New York. Readex Microprint. 1955. 1 card ; 22.6 x 14.8 cm. (Three centuries of drama: English 1516-1641) (Three centuries of English and American plays 1500-1800)

Other titlesTwo angry women of Abington.
StatementAs it is playde by the Right Honourable the Earle of Nottingham, Lord High Admirall, his seruants.
SeriesThree centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1800
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[86] p.
Number of Pages86
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16844143M

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A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected. Table of Contents - About This Book. Henry Porter, wrote a version very similar to the present day version of the proverb in his play The Pleasant History of the Two Angry Women of Abington, in Nay, I hope, as I have temperance to forbear drink, so have I patience to endure drink: Ile do as company dooth; for when a man doth to Rome come, he must do as there is done.”.

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Henry Porter (died June ) was an English dramatist who is known for one surviving play, The Two Angry Women of Abington, and for the manner of his death. He was stabbed by another playwright. He was stabbed by another playwright. THE PLEASANT HISTORY OF the two angry women of Abington.

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Of the five plays mentioned above, the only one extant is ‘The Pleasant Historie of the two Angrie Women of Abington. With the humorous mirth of Dick Coomes and Nicholas Proverbes, two Serving men.

As it was lately playde by the Right Honorable the Earle of Nottingham, Lord High Admirall, his servants. By Henry Porter, Gent.,’ London, Till Eulenspiegel (German pronunciation: [tɪl ˈʔɔʏlənˌʃpiːɡəl], Low German: Dyl Ulenspegel IPA: [dɪl ˈʔuːlnˌspeɪɡl̩]) is the protagonist of a German chapbook published in (a first edition of c.

/12 is preserved fragmentarily) with a possible background in earlier Middle Low German folklore. Eulenspiegel is a native of the Duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg whose. Porter’s Two angry women of Abington. In this respect, A Woman will have her Will resembles another extant comedy, which it is surprising to find in existence before Henry Porter’s first work for Henslowe is dated May,and, in about eleven months, he took part in five plays, producing three alone, and co-operating in the.

The pleasant history of the two angry women of Abington (Percy Soc. ) Porter, Horace C. Strasburger’s A textbook of botany Porter, Jane The Scottish chiefs () Thaddeus of Warsaw () Porter, Joyce The chinks in the curtain Dover two. PLEASANT HISTORY OF the two angry women of Abington.

The Prologue The title alone of henry porter’s The Pleasant Historie of the two angrie Women of Abington points its late sixteenth-century audience to the play’s primary selling point—comic interactions.For the sources of these two plays, consult Ruckdeschel, A., Die Quellen des Dramas The Downfall and the Death of Robert, Earle of Huntington, otherwise called Robin Hood, Erlangen, HENRY PORTER The Pleasant Historie of the two angrie women of Abington.

With the humorous mirth of Dicke Coomes and Nicolas Proverbes, two Servingmen.