John Crowne and America

Arthur Franklin White
PMLA
Vol. 35, No. 4 (1920), pp. 447-463
DOI: 10.2307/457347
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This item contains 43 references.

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  • 1
    A. T. Bartholomew in The Cambridge History of English Litera- ture, New York, 1912, VIII, p. 212.
  • 2
    John Dennis, Original Letters, Familiar, Moral, and Critical, London, 1721, I, p. 48.
  • 3
    The Dictionary of National Biography, 1888, XIII, p. 243.
  • 4
    J. S. H. Fogg, John Crowne—Dramatist and Poet. The Maine Historical and Genealogical Register (1888), IV, p. 189.
  • 5
    Archibald MacMechan, John Crowne, a Biographical Note. Mod- ern Language Notes (1891), VI, coll. 277-285.
  • 6
    Wm. H. Davis, Colonel William Crowne and his Family. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1903), LVII, pp. 406-410.
  • 7
    William Crowne, A True Relation of All the Remarkable Places and Passages Observed in the Travels of Thomas, Lord Howard, Earle of Arundel and Surrey, Ambassadour Extraordinary to Ferdi- nando II, 1636, London, 1637.
  • 8
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Edwin B. Chancellor, Historical Richmond, London, 1885, pp. 166- 169.
    • Wilhelm Grosse, John Crownes Komödien und burleske Dich- tung [Leipzig], 1903, p. 6
    • Mark Noble, A History of the College of Arms, London, 1805, pp. 70, 93-94, 251.
  • 9
    Calendar of State Papers, Domestic, 1650, pp. 288, 505, 509.
  • 10
    enry T. Weyman, The Members of Parliament from Bridgnorth. Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Fourth Series, V, p. 60.
  • 11
    Suffolk County (Massachusetts) Registry of Deeds, Bostoin, 1880- 1906, III, p. 108.
  • 12
    J. P. Baxter, Documentary History of the State of Maine, Port- land, 1907, X, pp. 28-29.
  • 13
    Colonel Crowne's will was probated on Feb. 26, 1683. Suffolk County Massachusetts Probate Records, vol. VI, part 2.
  • 14
    Thos. Blore, History of the Antiquities of the County of Rutland, Stanford, 1811, p. 226.
  • 15
    Robt. Clutterbuck, The History of the Antiquities of the County of Hertford, London, 1827, III, p. 305.
  • 17
    Edmund Gosse, A History of Eighteenth Century Literature, London, 1889, p. 58.
  • 18
    MacMechan, op. cit., col. 282.
  • 19
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • J. S. H. Fogg, John Crowne- Poet and Dramatist. The Maine Historical and Genealogical Regis- ter, IV, pp. 189-190.
    • John Crownes Komödien und burleske Dichtung, p. 10
  • 20
    Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Fourth Report, 1874, London, 1875, p. 267.
  • 21
    New England's First Fruits, in respect to the Progress of Learn- ing in the Colledge at Cambridge in Massachusetts-bay . . . London, 1643, p. 13.
  • 22
    The Steward's Book of Thomas Chesholme, p. 323.
  • 23
    J. L. Sibley, Biographical Sketches of Graduates of Harvard Uni- versity, Cambridge, 1873, I, p. 577.
  • 24
    George Chalmers, Political Annals of the Present United Colo- nies, London, 1780, Bk. I, pp. 263-264.
  • 25
    Josiah Quincy, History of Harvard University, Cambridge, 1846, I, p. 3.
  • 26
    Op. cit., pp. 14-16.
  • 27
    Dennis, op. cit., I, 49.
  • 28
    Albert Matthews, Harvard Commencement Days, 1642-1916. Pub- lications of the Colonial society of Massachusetts, XVIII, p. 379
  • 29
    John Crowne, Dramatic Works, ed. J. Maidment and W. H. Logan, Edinburgh, 1873-74, IV, p. 348.
  • 30
    John Crowne, Henry the Sixth, the First Part. With the Murder of Humphrey Duke of Gloucester. As it is Acted at the Dukes Theatre, London, 1681.
  • 31
    Crowne, Dramatic Works, III, p. 376.
  • 32
    Notes and Observations on the Empress of Morocco, Or some of the Errata's to be Printed instead of the Sculptures with the Second Edition of that Play, London, 1674.
  • 33
    F. C. Brown, Elkanah Settle, His Life and Works, Chicago, 1910, pp. 57-58.
  • 34
    Calendar of State Papers, Colonial, 1677-80, pp. 319, 384-385, 435-436.
  • 35
    Ibid., pp. 477, 492.
  • 36
    Dennis, op. cit., I, pp. 49-50.
  • 37
    Ibid., I, pp. 51-52.
  • 38
    Crowne, Dramatic Works, IV, p. 350.
  • 39
    Calendar of State Papers, Colonial, 1700, pp. 344-345, 430, 445, 474, 663-664.
  • 40
    Calendar of Treasury Papers, 1702-1707, p. 218.
  • 41
    Op. cit., VIII, p. 215.
  • 42
    Calendar of Treasury Papers, 1702-1707, p. 474.
  • 43
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Langbaine's Account of the English Dramatic Poets
    • Sir William Musgrave in his Obituary Prior to 1800, II, p. 116
    • Publications of the Harleian Society, XLV, 1900
  • 44
    The Gentleman's Magazine, XV (1745), p. 99.