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The tragedy of Locrine, 1595.

Related Names: McKerrow, Ronald Brunlees 1872-1940., Tilney, Charles 1561-1586, supposed author., Smith, Wentworth fl. 1601-1623, supposed author.
Language(s): English
Published: [Oxford : Printed for the Malone Society by H. Hart, M. A., at the Oxford University Press], 1908.
Note: Facsimiles: A2 recto (t.-p. Bod-i.), A3 recto.
The initials W. S. on the t.-p. led to the inclusion of the play in the Shakespeare folio of 1664. It has been attributed also to Wentworth Smith and Charles Tilney.
With reproduction of original t.-p.: The Lamentable Tragedie of Locrine, the eldest sonne of King Brutus, discoursing the warres of the Britaines, and Hunnes, with their discomfiture: The Britaines victorie with their Accidents, and the death of Albanact. No lesse pleasant than profitable. Newly set foorth, overseene and corrected, by V.V. S. Loodon. Printed by Thomas Creede, 1595.
Reprint of the quarto of 1595, "prepared by Ronald B. McKerrow ..."
Signatures: A-K⁴ (1st leaf (blank?) is wanting in the copies collected for this edition)
Physical Description: xii, [78] p. 2 facsim. 23 cm.
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