Acronyms in the Notes refer to the following sources:


BL - British Library, London

Bod. - Bodleian Library, Oxford

GL - Guildhall Library, London

FPC - French Protestant Church, London

HLRO - House of Lords Record Office, Westminster

LMA - London Metropolitan Archives

PRO - Public Record Office, National Archives, Kew (citations given as PRO etc are an abbreviated form of the full citation, TNA PRO etc)

Shakespeare documents

EKC - E. K. Chambers, William Shakespeare: Facts and Problems, 2 vols (Oxford, 1930)

SDL - Samuel Schoenbaum, William Shakespeare: A Documentary Life (Oxford, 1975)

SRI - Samuel Schoenbaum, William Shakespeare: Records and Images (London, 1981)

Serials and other collections

CSP - Calendar of State Papers (printed abstracts)

DNB - Dictionary of National Biography (superseded by ODNB but still of use)

HMC - Historical Manuscripts Commission (printed abstracts)

HSL - Huguenot Society of London (Publications and Proceedings)

IGI - International Genealogical Index (

LRB - London Review of Books

MCR - Middlesex County Records, ed. John C. Jeaffreson, 4 vols (1886-92)

MLR - Modern Language Review

NPG - National Portrait Gallery, London

NQ - Notes & Queries

ODNB - Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 60 vols (Oxford, 2004)

OED - Oxford English Dictionary

RES - Review of English Studies

SQ - Shakespeare Quarterly

SR - Stationers’ Register (SR plus a date refers to the licensing of a book, usually but not always prior to publication. SR entries can be consulted in the printed transcript: see Arber 1875-94 in Sources /2)

TLS - Times Literary Supplement


Unless otherwise stated, place of publication is London.

Ackroyd 2000. Peter Ackroyd, London: The Biography.

Allison 1962. K. J. Allison, ‘An Elizabethan Census of Ealing’. Ealing Local History Society Papers 2.

Arber 1875-94. Edward Arber, A Transcript of the Registers of the Company of Stationers of London. 5 vols.

Archer 1991. Ian Archer, The Pursuit of Stability: Social Relations in Elizabethan London. Cambridge.

Archer 2000. Ian Archer, ‘Material Londoners?’ In Orlin 2000a, 174-92.

Arnold 1988. Janet Arnold, Queen Elizabeth’s Wardrobe Unlock’d. Leeds.

Aubrey 1949. John Aubrey, Brief Lives. Ed. Oliver Lawson Dick.

Baddeley 1888. Sir John James Baddeley, An Account of the Church and Parish of St Giles Without Cripplegate.

Baddeley 1900. Sir John James Baddeley, The Aldermen of Cripplegate Ward, 1276-1900.

Baddeley 1921. Sir John James Baddeley, Cripplegate.

Baldwin 1944. T. W. Baldwin, William Shakespere’s Small Latine & Lesse Greeke. 2 vols.

Bartels 1990. Emily Bartels, ‘Making More of the Moor: Aaron, Othello and Renaissance Refashionings of Race’. Shakespeare Quarterly 41, 433-54.

Bate 1998. Jonathan Bate, The Genius of Shakespeare.

Beeman 1905. G. Beaumont Beeman, ‘Notes on the Site and History of the French Churches in London’. Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of London 8.

Bentley 1971. G. E. Bentley, The Profession of Dramatist in Shakespeare’s Time. Princeton, NJ.

Bentley 1984. G. E. Bentley, The Profession of Player in Shakespeare’s Time. Princeton, NJ.

Blayney 1953. Glenn H. Blayney, ‘George Wilkins and the Identity of Walter Calverley’s Guardian’. Notes & Queries 198, 329-30.

Blayney 1957. Glenn H. Blayney, ‘Wilkins’s Revisions in The Miseries of Inforst Marriage’. Journal of English and Germanic Philology 56, 23-41.

Byrne 1925. Muriel St Clare Byrne, Elizabethan Life in Town and Country.

Byrne 1930. Muriel St Clare Byrne, The Elizabethan Home. Revised edn (1st edn 1925).

Capp 1995. Bernard Capp, ‘The Poet and the Bawdy Court: Michael Drayton and the Lodging House World of Early Stuart London’. Seventeenth Century 10, 27-37.

Capp 1998. Bernard Capp, ‘Long Meg of Westminster: A Mystery Solved’. Notes & Queries 45, 302-4.

Carson 1988. Neil Carson, A Companion to Henslowe’s Diary. Cambridge.

Cerasano 1993. S. P. Cerasano, ‘Henslowe, Forman and the Theatrical Community of the 1590s’. Shakespeare Quarterly 44, 145-58.

Cerasano 1994. S. P. Cerasano, ‘ “Borrowed Robes”, Costume Prices, and the Drawing of Titus Andronicus’. Shakespeare Studies 22, 45-57.

Chambers 1923. E. K. Chambers, The Elizabethan Stage. 4 vols. Oxford.

Chambers - see Sources/1.

Clough 1933. Wilson O. Clough, ‘The Broken English of Foreign Characters on the Elizabethan Stage’. Philological Quarterly 12, 255-68.

Cook 1977a. Ann Jennalie Cook, ‘The Mode of Marriage in Shakespeare’s England’. Southern Humanities Review 11, 126-32.

Cook 1977b. Ann Jennalie Cook, ‘ “Bargains of Incontinencie”: Bawdy Behaviour in the Playhouses’. Shakespeare Studies 10, 271-90.

Cook 1991. Ann Jennalie Cook, Making a Match: Courtship in Shakespeare and his Society. Princeton, NJ.

Cooper 2006. Tarnya Cooper, Searching for Shakespeare. National Portrait Gallery.

Cotgrave 1611. Randle Cotgrave, A Dictionarie of the French and English Tongues.

Cottret 1985. Bernard Cottret, Terre d’exil: l’Angleterre et les refugie’s franc¸ais et wallons, 1550-1700. Paris.

Cowhig 1985. Ruth Cowhig, ‘Blacks in English Renaissance Drama and the Role of Shakespeare’s Othello’. In Dabydeen 1985, 1-25.

Cunnington 1955. C. Willett Cunnington and Phillis Cunnington, Handbook of English Costume in the Seventeenth Century.

Cunnington 1970. C. Willett Cunnington and Phillis Cunnington, Handbook of English Costume in the Sixteenth Century. (1st edn 1954.)

Dabydeen 1985. David Dabydeen, ed., The Black Presence in English Literature. Manchester.

Dasent 1890-97. J. R. Dasent, ed., Acts of the Privy Council, 1542-1604. 32 vols.

De Grazia et al. 1996. Margreta De Grazia, Maureen Quilligan and Peter Stallybrass, eds, Subject and Object in Renaissance Culture. Cambridge.

Dekker and Wilkins 1607. Thomas Dekker and George Wilkins, Iests to Make You Merie.

Donne 1912. John Donne, Poems. Ed. H. J. C. Grierson. 2 vols. Oxford.

Duncan-Jones 1997. Katherine Duncan-Jones, ed., Shakspeare’s Sonnets. Arden Shakespeare.

Duncan-Jones 2001. Katherine Duncan-Jones, Ungentle Shakespeare: Scenes from his Life.

Eccles 1975. Mark Eccles, ‘George Willkins’. Notes and Queries 220, 250-52.

Eccles 1982. Mark Eccles, ‘Brief Lives: Tudor and Stuart Authors’. Studies in Philology 79, 1-135.

Eccles 1991-3. Mark Eccles, ‘Elizabethan Actors’. Notes & Queries 236 (1991), 38-49 (Part 1, A-D), 454-61 (Part 2, E-K); Notes & Queries 237 (1992), 293-303 (Part 3, K-R); Notes & Queries 238 (1993), 165-76 (Part 4, S to end).

Edmond 1982. Mary Edmond, ‘The Chandos Portrait: A Suggested Painter’. Burlington Magazine 124, 146-9.

Edmond 1987. Mary Edmond, Rare Sir William Davenant. Manchester.

Edmond 1991. Mary Edmond, ‘It Was for Gentle Shakespeare Cut’. Shakespeare Quarterly 43, 339-44.

Eliot 1593. John Eliot, Ortho-epia Gallica, or Eliot’s Fruits for the French. [Facsmile reprint, Scolar Press, Menston, Yorks, 1968].

Erondell 1605. Peter Erondell, The French Garden for English Ladyes and Gentlewomen to Walke in.

Feuillerat 1908. Albert Feuillerat, ed., Documents relating to the Office of the Revels in the Time of Queen Elizabeth.

Foakes 1977. R. A. Foakes, ed., The Henslowe Papers. 2 vols.

Foakes 2002. R. A. Foakes, ed., Henslowe’s Diary. 2nd edn (1st edn, with R. T. Rickert, 1961). Cambridge.

Forbes 1971. Thomas Rogers Forbes, Chronicle from Aldgate: Life and Death in Shakespeare’s London. London and Newhaven, Conn.

Foster 1887. Joseph Foster, London Marriage Licenses 1521-1869.

Foster 1891. Joseph Foster, Alumni Oxonienses 1500-1714. 4 vols. Oxford.

Giese 2006. Loreen L. Giese, Courtships, Marriage Customs and Shakespeare’s Comedies. Athens, Ohio.

Giuseppi 1929. M. S. Giuseppi, ‘The Exchequer Documents relative to Shakespeare’s Residence in Southwark’. Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society 5, 281-8.

Glover 1979. Elizabeth Glover, The Gold and Silver Wyre-drawers. Chichester.

Gollancz 1924. Sir Israel Gollancz, ed., Studies in the First Folio. Oxford.

Goodman 1970. Nicholas Goodman, Hollands Leaguer [1632]. Ed. Dean Stanton Barnard. The Hague.

Goose and Luu 2005. Nigel Goose and Lien Luu, eds, Immigrants in Tudor and Early Stuart England. Brighton.

Greenblatt 2004. Stephen Greenblatt, Will in the World: How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare.

Greg and Boswell 1930. W. W. Greg and E. Boswell, eds, Records of the Court of the Stationers’ Company, 1576-1602.

Griffiths 1993. Paul Griffiths, ‘The Structure of Prostitution in Elizabethan London’. Continuity and Change 8, 39-63.

Gurr 1987. Andrew Gurr, Playgoing in Shakespeare’s London. Cambridge.

Haffenden 2001. John Haffenden, ed., Berryman’s Shakespeare. 2nd edn (1st edn 1999).

Harding 1950. Davis P. Harding, ‘Elizabethan Betrothals and Measure for Measure’. Journal of English and German Philology 49, 139-58.

Harington 1927. Sir John Harington, The Metamorphosis of Ajax: A New Discourse of a Stale Subject [1596]. Ed. Peter Warlock and Jack Lindsay.

Harris and Korda 2002. Jonathan Gil Harris and Natasha Korda, eds, Staged Properties in Early Modern Drama. Cambridge.

Haughton 1598. William Haughton, Englishmen for my Money, or a Woman will have her Will.

Haynes 1997. Alan Haynes, Sex in Elizabethan England.

Hazlitt 1864. William Carew Hazlitt, ed., Shakespeare Jest Books: Reprints of Early and Rare Jest Books supposed to have been used by Shakespeare. 3 vols.

Hearn 1995. Karen Hearn, Dynasties: Painting in Tudor and Jacobean England, 1530-1630. Tate Gallery.

Hoenselaars 1992. A. Hoenselaars, Images of Englishmen and Foreigners in the Drama of Shakespeare and his Contemporaries. Toronto and London.

Honan 1998. Park Honan, Shakespeare: A Life. Oxford.

Honigmann 1985. E. A. J. Honigmann, ‘Shakespeare and London’s Immigrant Community’. In Van der Motten 1985, 143-53.

Honigmann 1987. E. A. J. Honigmann, John Weever: A Biography of a Literary Associate of Shakespeare and Jonson. Manchester.

Honigmann and Brock 1993. E. A. J. Honigmann and Susan Brock, eds, Playhouse Wills, 1558-1642: An Edition of Wills by Shakespeare and his Contemporaries in the London Theatre. Manchester.

Hopkins 1998. Lisa Hopkins, The Shakespearean Marriage: Merry Wives and Heavy Husbands.

Hotson 1931. Leslie Hotson, Shakespeare versus Shallow.

Hotson 1937. Leslie Hotson, I, William Shakespeare do Appoint Thomas Russell, Esquire . . .

Hotson 1949. Leslie Hotson, Shakespeare’s Sonnets Dated and Other Essays.

Howe and Lakin 2004. Elizabeth Howe and David Lakin, Roman and Medieval Cripplegate: Archaeological Excavations 1992-8. Museum of London Archaeology Service Monographs 21.

Jackson 1999. MacDonald P. Jackson, ‘Rhymes in Shakespeare’s Sonnets: Evidence of Date of Composition’. Notes & Queries 46, 213-19.

Jackson 2001. MacDonald P. Jackson, Defining Shakespeare: Pericles as Test-case. Oxford.

Jardine 1983. Lisa Jardine, Still Harping on Daughters: Women and Drama in the Age of Shakespeare. Brighton.

Jeayes 1906. Isaac Jeayes, ed., The Letters of Philip Gawdy, 1576-1616. Roxburghe Club.

Johnson 1969. David Johnson, Southwark and the City. Oxford.

Jonson 1925-51. Ben Jonson, ed. C. H. Herford and Percy and Evelyn Simpson. 11 vols. Oxford.

Jowett 2001. John Jowett, ‘The Audacity of Measure for Measure in 1621’. Ben Jonson Journal 8, 229-48.

Judges 1930. A. V. Judges, ed., The Elizabethan Underworld.

Kassell 2005. Lauren Kassell, Medicine and Magic in Elizabethan London: Simon Forman, Astrologer, Alchemist and Physician. Oxford.

Kermode 2000. Frant Kermode, Shakespeare’s Language.

Kirk 1910. R. E. G. and E. F. Kirk, Lists of Aliens Dwelling in the City and Suburbs of London, Henry VIII to James I. 4 vols. Publications of the Huguenot Society of London 10/1-4.

Kirwood 1931. A. E. M. Kirwood, ‘Richard Field, Printer’. The Library (4th series) 12, 1-39.

Klarwill 1928. Victor von Klarwill, Queen Elizabeth and Some Foreigners. Trans. T. H. Nash.

Knights 1962. L. C. Knights, Drama and Society in the Age of Jonson. Revised edn (1st edn 1937).

Korda 2002. Natasha Korda, ‘Women’s Theatrical Properties’, in Harris and Korda 2002.

Kozuka and Mulryne 2006. Takashi Kozuka and J. R. Mulryne, Shakespeare, Marlowe, Jonson: New Directions in Biography. Aldershot.

Lambley 1920. Kathleen Lambley, The Teaching and Cultivation of the French Language in England during Tudor and Stuart Times.

Lang 1993. R. G. Lang, ed., Two Tudor Subsidy Rolls for the City of London, 1541 and 1582. London Record Society.

Leinwand 1986. Theodore Leinwand, The City Staged: Jacobean Comedy 1603-13. Madison, Wisc.

Leishman 1949. J. B. Leishman, ed., The Three Parnassus Plays.

Lever 1953. John Lever, ‘Shakespeare’s French Fruits’. Shakespeare Survey 6, 79-89.

Lindeboom 1950. J. Linbloom, Austin Friars: History of the Dutch Reformed Church in London.

Lindley 1984. D. Lindley, ed., The Court Masque.

Linthicum 1936. M. Channing Linthicum, Costume in the Drama of Shakespeare and his Contemporaries. Oxford.

Luu 2005. Lien Bich Luu, Immigrants and the Industries of London, 1500- 1700. Aldershot.

McManaway 1958. Mary R. McManaway, ‘Poets in the Parish of St Giles, Cripplegate’. Shakespeare Quarterly 9, 561-2.

Maes-Jelinek 1988. H. Maes-Jelinek, Pierre Michel and Paulette Michel-Michot, eds, Multiple Worlds. Multiple Words. Essays in Honour of Irène Simon. Liège.

Massai 1997. Sonia Massai, ‘On Behalf of a Bad Quarto: An “Unstrung Jewel” in 1609 Pericles’. Notes & Queries 44, 512-14.

Maxwell 1956. Baldwin Maxwell, Studies in the Shakespeare Apocrypha.

Melton 1620. John Melton, Astrologaster, or the Figure-caster.

Mendelson and Crawford 1998. Sara Mendelson and Patricia Crawford, Women in Early Modern England, 1550-1720. Oxford.

Middleton 1886. Thomas Middleton, Works. Ed. A. H. Bullen. 8 vols.

Milne and Cohen 2001. Gustav Milne and Nathalie Cohen, Excavations at Medieval Cripplegate, London. English Heritage Archaeological Reports.

Moens 1896. William Moens, ed., Registers of the French Church, London, 1600-36. Publications of the Huguenot Society of London 9.

Montaigne 1603. Michel de Montaigne, The Essayes. Trans. John Florio.

Murphy 1984. John Murphy, Darkness and Devils: Exorcism and King Lear. Athens, Ohio.

Nagarajan 1963. S. Nagarajan, ‘Measure for Measure and Elizabethan Betrothals’. Shakespeare Quarterly 14, 115-19.

Nashe 1958. Thomas Nashe, Works. Ed. R. B. McKerrow. Revised edn, with supplementary notes by F. P. Wilson. 5 vols. Oxford.

Nelson 2006. Alan Nelson, ‘Calling All (Shakespeare) Biographers!’ In Kozuka and Mulryne 2006, 55-68.

Newton 1975. Stella Mary Newton, Renaissance Theatre Costume.

Nicholl 1980. Charles Nicholl, The Chemical Theatre.

Nicholl 1984. Charles Nicholl, A Cup of News: The Life of Thomas Nashe.

Nicholl 2002. Charles Nicholl, The Reckoning: The Murder of Christopher Marlowe. Revised edn (1st edn 1992).

Nichols 1823. John Nichols, The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth. 3 vols.

Norris 1938. Herbert Norris, Costume and Fashion: The Tudors. 2 vols.

Orgel and Strong 1973. Stephen Orgel and Roy Strong, Inigo Jones. 2 vols.

Orlin 2000a. Lena Cowen Orlin, ed., Material London, ca. 1600. Philadelphia.

Orlin 2000b. Lena Cowen Orlin, ‘Boundary Disputes in Early Modern London’. In Orlin 2000a, 345-76.

Page 1893. William Page, ed., Letters of Denization and Acts of Naturalization for Aliens in England, 1509-1603. Publications of the Huguenot Society of London 8.

Panek 2005. Jennifer Panek, ‘Why were There Stewed Prunes in Shakespearean Brothels?’ English Language Notes 42, 18-20.

Partridge 1968. Eric Partridge, Shakespeare’s Bawdy. Revised edn (1st edn 1947).

Patterson 1923. R. F. Patterson, ed., Ben Jonson’s Conversations with Drummond of Hawthornden. Glasgow.

Peacock 1984. J. Peacock, ‘The French Element in Inigo Jones’s Masque Designs’. In Lindley 1984.

Petti 1959. Anthony Petti, ed., The Letters and Dispatches of Richard Verstegan. Catholic Record Society 52.

Picard 2003. Liza Picard, Elizabethan London.

Piper 1964. David Piper, ‘O Sweet Mr Shakespeare I’ll have his Picture’. National Portrait Gallery.

Platter 1937. Thomas Platter, Travels in England. Ed. and trans. Clare Williams.

Prior 1972. Roger Prior, ‘The Life of George Wilkins’. Shakespeare Survey 25, 137-52.

Prior 1976. Roger Prior, ‘George Wilkins and the Young Heir’. Shakespeare Survey 29, 33-9.

Prockter and Taylor 1979. Adrian Prockter and Robert Taylor, The A-Z of Elizabethan London. London Topographical Society 122.

Rendle 1882. William Rendle, ‘The Stews on Bankside’. Antiquarian Magazine , August 1882, 70-77.

Richardson 2006. Catherine Richardson, ‘The Material Culture of Stranger Life’. Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of London 28, 495-508.

Riggs 1989. David Riggs, Ben Jonson: A Life. Cambridge, Mass.

Rossiter 1961. A. P. Rossiter, Angel with Horns: Fifteen Lectures on Shakespeare . Ed. Graham Storey.

Rowse 1973. A. L. Rowse, Shakespeare the Man.

Rowse 1976. A. L. Rowse, The Case Books of Simon Forman. Revised edn (1st edn 1974).

Salg˜do 1972. G˜mini Salg˜do, ed., Coney Catchers and Bawdy Baskets. Harmondsworth.

Salg˜do 1977. G˜mini Salg˜do, The Elizabethan Underworld.

Sams 1995. Eric Sams, The Real Shakespeare: Retrieving the Early Years, 1564-94.

Scarisbrick 1995. Diana Scarisbrick, Tudor and Jacobean Jewellery. Tate Gallery.

Schanzer 1960. Ernest Schanzer, ‘The Marriage Contracts in Measure for Measure’. Shakespeare Survey 13, 81-9.

Schoenbaum 1970. Samuel Schoenbaum, Shakespeare’s Lives. Schoenbaum - see Sources/1

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Schuckman 1991. Christian Schuckman, ‘The Engraver of the First Folio Portrait of Shakespeare’. Print Quarterly 8, 40-43.

Scoloker 1604. An[thony?] Sc[oloker?], Diaphantus, or The Passions of Love.

Scouloudi 1985. Irene Scouloudi, Returns of Strangers in the Metropolis 1593, 1627, 1635, 1639. Publications of the Huguenot Society of London 57.

Scouloudi 1987. Irene Scouloudi, ‘The Stranger Community in London, 1558-1640’. Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of London 24, 434-41.

Shapiro 1995. James Shapiro, Shakespeare and the Jews.

Shapiro 2005. James Shapiro, 1599: A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare .

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Sheavyn 1969. Phoebe Sheavyn, The Literary Profession in the Elizabethan Age. Revised edn, ed. J. W. Saunders (1st edn 1909).

Shugg 1977. Wallace Shugg, ‘Prostitution in Shakespeare’s London’. Shakespeare Studies 10, 291-313.

Sisson 1935. C. J. Sisson, ‘The Mythical Sorrows of Shakespeare’ (British Academy Shakespeare Lecture, 1934). Proceedings of the British Academy 20.

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Strype 1824. John Strype, Annals of the Reformation. 4 vols. Oxford.

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Sturgess 1969. Keith Sturgess, ed., Three Elizabethan Domestic Tragedies. Harmondsworth.

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Symonds 1952. R. W. Symonds, ‘Of Jakes and Close Stools: Their Place in English Social History’. Connoisseur 129, 86-91.

Sypher 1955. Wylie Sypher, Four Stages of Renaissance Style: Transformations in Art and Literature, 1400-1700. New York.

Tawney and Power 1924. R. H. Tawney and Eileen Power, eds., Tudor Economic Documents. 3 vols.

Taylor 1925. George Coffin Taylor, Shakespeare’s Debt to Montaigne. Cambridge, Mass.

Thomas 1985. David Thomas, Shakespeare in the Public Records. HMSO.

Thompson 1916. Edward Maunde Thompson, Shakespeare’s Handwriting. Oxford.

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Traister 2000. Barbara Traister, The Notorious Astrological Physician of London: Works and Days of Simon Forman. Oxford.

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Vecellio 1598. Cesare Vecellio, Habiti antichi et moderni di tutto il mondo. Venice.

Venn 1922-7. John and J. A. Venn, Alumni Cantabrigienses. 4 vols. Cambridge.

Vickers 2002. Brian Vickers, Shakespeare Co-author: A Historical Study of Five Collaborative Plays.

Wallace 1910a. Charles William Wallace, ‘New Shakespeare Discoveries’. Harper’s Monthly Magazine 22, no. 718, 489-510.

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Webster 1979. C. Webster, ed., Health, Medicine and Mortality in the Sixteenth Century.

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Wells and Taylor 1987. Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor, A Textual Companion to Shakespeare. Oxford.

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Wilkins 1607. George Wilkins, The Miseries of Inforst Mariage.

Wilkins 1953. George Wilkins, The Painfull Adventures of Pericles Prince of Tyre [1608]. Ed. Kenneth Muir.

Wilkins - see also Dekker and Wilkins 1607.

Williams 1937. Franklin B. Williams, ‘Robert Tofte’. Review of English Studies 13, 282-96, 405-24.

Wilson 1932. J. Dover Wilson, The Essential Shakespeare.

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Wood 2003. Michael Wood, In Search of Shakespeare.

Young 1890. Sidney Young, Annals of the Barber-Surgeons of London.

Yungblut 1996. Laura Hunt Yungblut, Strangers Settled Here Amongst Us: Policies, Perceptions and the Presence of Aliens in Elizabethan England.

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