14 April 2004
[PRE-RESTORATION DRAMA]. HEYWOOD, Thomas (ca 1573-1641). [The Fayre Maide of the Exchange: Together, With the Merry Humours, and Pleasant Passages of the Cripple of Fanchurch. London: Printed by I[ohn] L[egate], 1625]. 8o (184 x 115 mm). (Lacking signature A [2 leaves, title and personae], final leaf restored, cropped with some loss of letters.) 19th-century diced russia (some wear at extremities). Second edition. Greg 242b; STC 13318.
RUGGLE, George (1575-1622). Ignoramus. Comoedia. London: Ex Occicina I.R., 1659. 12o (129 x 71 mm). Engraved frontispiece. Contemporary English blind-ruled calf (some wear to joints, top of spine chipped). Later edition. Wing R-2214.
[CHAPMAN, George (ca 1559-1634)]. Bussy D'Ambois, or the Husband's Revenge. A Tragedy. London: Printed for R. Bentley, Jo. Hindmarsh and Abel Roper, 1691. 4o (212 x 155 mm). (Hole on D3 with loss of a few letters, cropped with some loss of text.) Modern blue plain boards. Later edition. Wing C-1945. (3)
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