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Pleasant comedie, called Wily begvilde.   1630 1
A Pleasant Comedie, Called Wily Begviled. The Chiefe Actors be these: A poore Scholler, a rich Foole, and a Knaue at a shifte.   1913 1
A pleasant comedie, entituled Hey for honesty, down with knavery / translated out of Aristophanes his Plutus by Tho. Randolph, augmented and published by F.J.  1651 1
  Pleasant comedie of Fair Em -- See Fair Em   1
  Pleasant comedie of Faire Em -- See Fair Em   1
Pleasant comedie of Faire Em.   1928 1
A Pleasant Comedie Of Faire Em, The Millers Daughter of Manchester : with the loue of William the Conqueror : as it was sundry times publiquely acted in the Honourable Citie of London, by the right Honourable the Lord Strange his Seruants.   1913 1
A pleasant comedie of faire Em, the millers daughter of Manchester : with the loue of William the Conqueror. As it was sundty times publiquely acted in the honourable citie of London, by the right Honourable the Lord Strange his Seruants.   1631 1
  Pleasant comedie of Old Fortunatus -- See Dekker Thomas Approximately 1572 1632 Old Fortunatus   1
The pleasant comedie of old Fortunatus : As it was plaied before the Queenes Maiestie this Christmas, by the Right Honourable the Earle of Nottingham, Lord high Admirall of England his seruants.   1600 1
Pleasant comedie of Pasquil and Katherine.   2
Pleasant comedie of Pasquill and Katherine.   1601 1
Pleasant comedie of the gentle craft.   3
Pleasant comedie of the merry milke-maids.   1620 1
Pleasant comedie, of the merry wiues of windsor.   1602 1
Pleasant comedie, of the merry wives of windsor.   1602 1
Pleasant comedie of the pinner of Wakefield.   1599 1
Pleasant comedie of the two angrie women of Abington.   1599 1
Pleasant comedie of the two angry women of Abington.   1599 1
  Pleasant comedie shewing the contention betweene liberalitie and prodigalitie -- See Contention between liberality and prodigality   1
A pleasant comedie, shewing the contention betweene liberalitie and prodigalitie : As it was playd before her Maiestie.   1602 1
A pleasant comedie, Shewing the contention betweene Liberalitie and Prodigalitie : as it was played before her Maiestie.   1913 1
  Pleasant comedy called A mayden-head well lost -- See Heywood Thomas Approximately 1574 1641 Maidenhead well lost   1
A pleasant comedy, called A mayden-head well lost : As it hath beene publickly acted at the Cocke-pit in Drury-lane, with much applause: by her Maiesties Seruants. Written by Thomas Heyvvood.   1634 1
Pleasant comedy called, A vvoman will haue her vvill.   1626 1
Pleasant comedy called, A woman will have her will.   3
A pleasant comedy called Love's labour's lost.   1901 1
Pleasant comedy called, The case is alterd.   1609 1
A pleasant comedy, called: The case is alterd : As it hath beene sundry times acted by the children of the Black-friers. Written by Ben. Ionson.   1609 1
  Pleasant comedy called The two merry milk-maids -- See Two merry milk-maids   1
A pleasant comedy called, The two merry milk-maids, or, The best words wear the garland : as it was acted before the king, with general approbation by the company of the revels / by I.C.  1661 1
Pleasant comedy entituled: An humerous dayes myrth.   2
A pleasant comedy entituled: An humerous dayes myrth : As it hath beene sundrie times publikely acted by the right honourable the Earle of Nottingham Lord high Admirall his seruants. By. G.C.   1599 1
  Pleasant comedy of Old Fortunatus -- See Dekker Thomas Approximately 1572 1632 Old Fortunatus   1
Pleasant comedy of the gentle craft.   2
Pleasant comedy, of the merry wiues of Windsor.   1619 1
Pleasant comedy, of the merry wives of Windsor.   1619 1
Pleasant, Comfortable, and Functional Space / 80 --  2002 1
  Pleasant commodie, called Looke about you -- See Look about you   1
Pleasant commodie called Looke about you.   2
A pleasant commodie called Looke about you : a critical edition / Richard S. M. Hirsch.  1980 1
A pleasant commodie, called Looke about you : As it was lately played by the right honourable the Lord High Admirall his seruaunts.   1600 1
  Pleasant commodie of Faire Em -- See Fair Em   1
A pleasant commodie of faire em.   1994 1
A pleasant commodie, of faire Em the Millers daughter of Manchester : vvith the loue of William the Conqueror: As it was sundrietimes publiquely acted in the honourable citie of London, by the right honourable the Lord Strange his seruaunts.   1591? 1
Pleasant commody called Looke about you.   1600 1
Pleasant commody of patient Grisill.   1603 1
The pleasant comodie of patient Grisill : As it hath beene sundrie times lately plaid by the right honorable the Earle of Nottingham (Lord high Admirall) his seruants.   1603 1
  Pleasant comodie of Patient Grissell -- See Patient Grissill   1
The Pleasant Comodie of Patient Grissill   2
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