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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iearl of Huntington; by Anthony M11unday.E No. II, The Death of Robert Earl of Huntington; by Anthony Munday and Henrj Chettle, F. IT is with a feeling of genuine satisfaction we see resumed the very laudable and spirited efforts to Subscribers-only content

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    Nottinghamshire, in the whth year of his age, John Chettle, one of the Persons tried for frame-breaking in the year 1816, I is aovell known fact that dourig the trial oaf Chettle numbers of moe who actlally broke the fhmes Subscribers-only content

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    Dekker, Hen. Chettle and Wilim. Hawton, the sume of S oft good and lawfall money, bv a note sent from Mr Robt. Siaa: the 19th of December 1599. a By me HENcRY CISETTLE W. HAUIGITON THOMcAs DEKKER." Chettle, Haughton, Dekker Subscribers-only content

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    ' The Unfortunate General' pro- duced 71. to the authors, Hathway, Smith, and Day, in Ja- nuary 1602: Heywood and Chettle obtained 61. lOs. for their 'London Florentine,' in the same month, and 61. seems not to have been an Subscribers-only content

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    G Stevenson, Esq-On the 22nd, Arthur Tennyson, Esq, to Harriett, eldest daughter of the late Rev J West, reotor of Chettle and Farnhlsatm. beatlns.-On the 13,h, at Leamington, Mrs Freeman, its ner 85th year-On the 15tl, Mrs Ainslie, I Saseox Subscribers-only content

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    ALPINE TOURISTS. A Summer Tour through the Grisons and Italian Valleys of the Bernina. By Mrs Henry Freshfield. Long- mans. 3Mountaineering. A Vacation Tour. B1y Iohn Tyndall, F.R.S. Longrmans. The caterers for the climbing season are bestirring them- selves Subscribers-only content

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    many. Among these Kyd was, perhaps, the ablest, Mun- day the oldest, and Chettle the most voluminous. Between February, 1597, and Marcb, 1603, we are told, Chettle had a hand in thirty-eight dramas, being just six a year. In some, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has been already said to indicate the sort of work done by them for the stage. Beywood, Chapman, 2farston, Middleton, Chettle and a score of others wrote on for their own profit and the entertainment and the instruction of the Subscribers-only content

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    " and " Satiromastix," " Patient Grissell," to which he probably contributed some of the best passages, though Haughton and Chettle were its principal writers, both parts of " The Honest Whore," of which he doubtless wrote nearly all, though Subscribers-only content

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    pamphleteer of his own day plastered them with praise or blame. The gossip of Langbaine or the genial tribute of Chettle overbalances twenty such volumes as 'The Lives of the most Famous Poets.' There exist five plays of Glapthorne's, all Subscribers-only content

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    of Manston House, Dorset, relict of Major John Swinburne, 18th Royal Irish, and third daughter of the late Edward Castleman, Chettle, Dorset. July 30. THE SUNDAY SOCIETY, to obtain the Opening of l-Museums, Art-Galleries, Libraries, Aquariums, and Gardens, on Sundays. Subscribers-only content

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    a number of Overscers' objections. at Mr. Follows opposed the retention on the register of the Us Rev. IV. Wt. Chettle, viear of St. Martin's, Bradley ; Rev. he W. Prosser, vicar of St. Lulke's, Bilston ; and the Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    Stratford men blId the upper hand, the for.wards pressing bard, and - backs making good use of their ongportunuties. Sterges, Chettle, and Ball tacklet finel, for Leicester, but just on the call of half-time F. Ly-r dnshed along the right Subscribers-only content

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    Palethorpe, Mayne, Nicol, R. J. ale- , thorpe, E. W. Lycett, IL Lycett, J. H. Rogers, Eagles, , Lean. Leicester: Chettle, Coleman5 Qgdan, M'Kennie, Bell, Gilby, Dr. Mason, Pnter,M K'Alpine, Morley, a Sturges, Wootherspon, Lovatt, Ward, Powers. 't CoVMTRBY V. Subscribers-only content

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    an equal number of laymen and ministers. Treasurers, G0 R. Chappill, Esq, (Manchester), Rev. G. Rattenbary (Bristol) secretary, Rev. HI. Chettle (Bolton). The object of this fund is to aid in making provision for those. minis- tres who are laid Subscribers-only content

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    mare by Andover, purchased by Mr. Ellam, at the sale of the Middle Park yearlings, has gone to W. Ford's, Chettle; Ilandford, to be trained. The following horses have been added to the lht of geldings :-Templr, 3 yre ; Subscribers-only content

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    (4 vole.) ; Junsoe (Ben) and Drusrnmond' Conversatioun; Ficld (Baron), True Tragedy of Richard 111, ; Pitlens GrIssell, by Dekker, Chettle and Hlaughton; Halliwell (J. 0.), First Sketch of Merry WVives of Wfindsor; Thynn (Fr,), Debate between Pride and Lowliness3; Subscribers-only content

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    P'. Bowler, B. Hellier, H. Jones, G. R. Osborne, J. RiPaipn, IV. Wilson, A. Fletcher, J. WT. Briggs, Jf. IL. Chettle, G. Follovs., if. Hocart, 0. Booth, S. Taylor, J. Allen, G. Barnley, G. T. Perkls, WX. Cave, J. J. Subscribers-only content

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    II. D. Psyley's Old Warden, 41 yrs, cit 131ils .F.~~~~~~T Clislloner 2 1 3;r. Godfrey's Longboat, yjrs, st i71b ., Chettle 3 Batting s 5to I on Treableseome. Leogboat made runnisig 15 lice bend, where it ran our, ansi old Subscribers-only content

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    Queen of Trumps, aged, olst7 ,. . J .. Costar 4 t Longboat, 3yrs, ist 41b . . , , Chettle 5 Betting : 2 to 1 each agat Queen of Trmpsp and Slermish, 4 to 1 a agat Pantecloon.-Patrsloon Subscribers-only content

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