3 edition of The shoomakers holiday, or, The gentle-craft found in the catalog.
The shoomakers holiday, or, The gentle-craft
|Other titles||The gentle-craft, The gentle craft, A pleasant comedy of the gentle craft|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1033:4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||66|
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The shoomakers holy-day. Or The gentle craft: VVith the humorous life of Simon Eyre, shoomaker, and Lord Mayor of The gentle-craft book. As it was acted before the Queenes most excellent Maiestie on New-yeares day at night last, by the right honourable the Earle of Notingham, Lord high Admirall of England, his seruants.
The shoomakers holiday, or, The gentle-craft: with the humorous life of Simon Eyre, shooe-maker and Lord Maior of London, as it was acted before the Queens most excellent Majesty on New-years-day at night, by The right Honorable Earl of Nottingham, Lord High Admiral or England, his servants.
The shoomakers holiday, or The gentle-craft: With the humorous life of Simon Eyre, shooe-maker, and Lord Maior of London. As it was acted before the Queens most excellent Majesty on New-years-day. Saints’ Lives and Shoemakers’ Holidays: The Gentle Craft and the shoomakers in the same town made holiday And ever after upon that day at night, the shoemakers make great cheare and feasting in remembrance of these two odology for adapting hagiography in The Gentle Craft, a.
Dekker, Thomas, ca. 41 dpi TIFF G4 page images University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service Ann Arbor, Michigan May (TCP phase 1) STC (2nd ed.) Greg, I, (a). A This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by the institutions providing financial support to the Early English Books Online Text Creation.
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To all good Fellowes, Professors of the Gentle Craft; of what degree soeuer. Kinde Gentlemen, and honest boone Companions, I present you here with a merrie conceited Comedie, called the Shoomakers Holyday, acted by my Lorde Admiralls Players this present Christmasse, before the Queenes most excellent Maiestie.
Other articles where The Gentle Craft is discussed: Thomas Deloney: His Jacke of Newberie (), The Gentle Craft, parts i and ii (–c. ), and Thomas of Reading (?) furnished plots for such dramatists as Thomas Dekker.
The Gentle Craft is a collection of stories, each devoted to glorifying one of the crafts: the clothiers, the shoemakers, the weavers. Written and first performed inThe Shoemaker s Holiday was the most popular non-Shakespearean comedy of its day--a hearty comedy of character and overflowing good humor, occasionally ribald, about the gentle craft of shoemaking/5(9).
In April,he acquired from Edward Wright a large number of copyrights of miscellaneous literature, amongst which may be noted The Tragicall History of King Leire and his 3 daughters; A Play called The Shoomakers Holiday or the Gentle Craft; Scoggins Jests; The Crown Garland of Golden Roses, both parts.
This blurring of social hierarchy characterizes most of the stories in Delone's Gentle Craft: the text's title page bears the motto "A Shoomakers son is a Prince born," and in the Dedication to "all the good Yeomen of the Gentle Craft," the author promises, "I shall tell you many things, worthy and renowned kings / And divers Lords and Knights.
page of Thomas Deloney's tribute to shoemakers, The Gentle Craft, promises to show the reader "what famous men have been Shoomakers in time past in this Land, with their worthy deeds and great Hospitality," and the stories that follow celebrate the virtues and remarkable achievements of various English shoemakers.
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BA English (U of Victoria). Beth was a student in English (English Renaissance Drama) in Spring Aradia Wyndham Aradia Wyndham AW. Aradia Wyndham is a graduate student studying book history at the University of. A July Diary entry reveals that Henslowe gave three pounds to the Admiral’s Men “to bye a boocke called the gentle Craft of Thomas Dickers,” referring to The Shoemaker’s Holiday, based on a prose work by Thomas Deloney, the title of which, The Gentle Craft, Dekker uses throughout the Author: Dion Munk.
The Gentle Craft, a discourse, containing many matters of delight, very pleasant to be read showing what famous men have been shoomakers in the time past in this land, with their worthy deeds and great hospitality declaring the cause why it is called the Gentle Craft; and also how the proverb first grew.
London: John Stafford, From Thomas Deloney's, The Gentle Craft, c, fictional tales of common craftsmen in London during the late 16th century (Part 2, Chapter V, p. The amusing tale of two courtier sea captains who run afoul of a common shoemaker and his fellows whom they seriously underestimate, illustrates some interesting aspects of late 16th century.
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Subtaleres/swifteleares, Baxece “wife’s shoes”, coturnus. A discovrse Containing many matters of Delight, very pleasant to be read: Shewing what famous men have beene Shoomakers in time past in this Land, with their worthy deeds and great Hospitality.
Declaring the cause why it is called the Gentle Craft: and also how the Proverbe first grew; A Shoemakers sonne is a Prince borne. BL f.1, e.9 Chetham's Library, Manchester: Some broadsides, not seen or indexed here, among pieces of epherma in bequest from J.
Halliwell, There is a book by Ann Snape describing Halliwell's bequest to Chethams, but I haven't found it. " 53 Thomas Deloney, The Gentle Craft.
A Discourse Containing many matters of Delight, very pleasant to be read: Shewing what famous men have been Shoomakers in time past in this Land, with their worthy deeds and great hospitality.
Part I was first printed in and Part II inalthough the earliest surviving copies are printed in the Cited by: 1.SHOMAKERS Holiday. OR The Gentle Craft, With the humorous of Simon life Eyre, jfhoomaker, and Lord Maior of London.
As it was adled before the Queenes Maieflie on New-yeares day mod at night excellent lad, by Notingham, the right honourable the Earle of Lord high Admirall of England, his feruants.
Printed by Valentine Sims dwelling at the foote.Letter-Book H. fol. ccciv. 19 Richard II () “Indenture of agreement between the Cordwainers and the Cobblers” also from Riley’s Memorials, Cobblers can mend old boots and shoes with either old leather or new, whevever is better specifically: in quareling before and behind, clouting and pecyng, and ryvetting and lynyng.