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|Named Person:||Thomas Wyatt; Jane Grey, Lady|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Dekker; John Webster; Henry Chettle; Thomas Heywood; Wentworth Smith
|Notes:||"According to Henslowe Dekker ... in October, 1602, joined [Chettle] Heywood, Wentworth Smith and Webster in the composition of 'Lady Jane' (2 parts) and there is little doubt that the present play is a corrupt and mutilated version of the two parts of 'Lady Jane.'"--Pref., Tudor facsimile texts. cf. also Dict. nat. biog. and Camb. hist. of Eng. lit., v. 6, p. 191.
Label pasted on front lining-paper reads: ... The famous history of Sir Thomas Wyat. By Thomas Dekker and John Webster, 1607. Date of earliest known original edition, 1607
|Description:||1 p. l.,  p. 23 cm.|
|Series Title:||Old English drama.|
|Other Titles:||Lady Jane.|
|Responsibility:||As it was plaied by the Queens Maiesties seruants. Written by Thomas Dickers, And Iohn Webster. London Printed by E.A. for Thomas Archer, and are to be solde at his shop in the Popes-head pallace, nere the Royall exchange. 1607.|