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or, a Tragedy, acted by her Majesty's servants, 1635. This Play was originally written by Mr. Rivers, a jesuit, but altered by Shirley. 6. The Young Admiral, a Tragi-Comedy, acted at a private house in Drury Lane, 1637. 7. The Example, a Tragi-Comedy, acted in Drury Lane by her Majesty's Servants, 1637. 8. Hyde Park, a Comedy, acted in Drury Lane, 1637. 9. The Gamester, a Comedy, acted in Drury Lane, 1637; the plot is taken from Queen Margate's Novels, and the Unlucky Citizen. 10. The Royal Master, a Tragi-Comedy, acted at the Theatre in Dublin, 1638. 11. The Duke's Mistress, a Tragi-Comedy, acted by her Majesty's servants, 1638. 12. The Lady of Pleasure, a Comedy, acted at a private house in Drury Lane, 1638. 13. The Maid's Revenge, a Tragedy, acted at a private house in Drury Lane, with applause, 1639. 13 [sic]. Chabot, Admiral of France, a Tragedy, acted in Drury Lane, 1639; Mr. Chapman joined in this play; the story may be found in the histories of the reign of Francis I. 15. The Ball, a Comedy, acted in Drury Lane, 1639; Mr. Chapman likewise assisted in this Comedy. 16. Arcadia, a Dramatic Pastoral, performed at the Phaenix in Drury Lane by the Queen's servants, 1649. 17. St. Patrick for Ireland, an Historical Play, 1640; for the plot see Bedes's Life of St. Patrick, &c. 18. The Humorous Courtier, a Comedy, presented at a private house in Drury Lane, 1640. 19. Love's Cruelty, a Tragedy, acted by the Queen's servants, 1640. 20. The Triumph of Beauty, a Masque, 1646; part of this piece seems to be taken from Shakespear's Midsummer's Night's Dream, and Lucian's Dialogues. 21. The Sisters, a Comedy, acted at a private house in Black Fryars, 1652. 22. The Brothers, a Comedy, 1652. 23. The Doubtful Heir, a Tragi-Comedy, acted at Black Fryars, 1652. 24. The Court Secret, a Tragi-Comedy, acted at a private house in Black Fryars, 1653, dedicated to the Earl of Strafford; this play was printed before it was acted. 25. The Impostor, a Tragi-Comedy, acted at a private house in Black Fryars, 1653. 26. The Politician, a Tragedy, acted in Salisbury Court, 1655; part of the plot is taken from the Countess of Montgomery's Urania. 27. The Grateful Servant, a Tragi-Comedy, acted at a private house in Drury Lane, 1655. 28. The Gentleman of Venice, a Tragi-Comedy, acted at a private house in Salisbury Court. Plot taken from Gayron's Notes on Don Quixote. 29. The Contention of A
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