How to Track a Bear in Southwark

Richard Brome, The Antipodes (London, 1640), sig Hv

Dublin Core

Title

Richard Brome, The Antipodes (London, 1640), sig Hv

Description

The primary source (archival document) transcribed: Richard Brome, The Antipodes (London, 1640), sig Hv (EMLoT Primary Source 1907 ).
The secondary source containing the transcription: John Payne Collier, The History of English Dramatic Poetry, vol 3 (London, 1831), p 287n (EMLoT Secondary Source 2164 ). The primary source was cited in the secondary source containing the transcription as Brome, The Antipodes, act iv, scene 1.
Transcription notes: excerpted, spelling and punctuation standardized.
Corrections to the transcription: No.

References

Characters in Richard Brome's 'The Antipodes' debate the appeal of bearbaiting (EMLoT Event 4422 )

Bibliographic Citation

John Payne Collier, The History of English Dramatic Poetry, vol 3 (London, 1831), p 287n

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Citation

“Richard Brome, The Antipodes (London, 1640), sig Hv,” How to Track a Bear in Southwark, accessed September 20, 2017, https://trackabear.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/1745.