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1609
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1609- 1610
The poet and courtier Sir John Harington left behind tantalizing lists of plays written by Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Thomas Middleton, Thomas Heywood, and others. Around 1609 he compiled two lists of play quartos almost certainly in his personal collection.
ca. 1586- 1620
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ca. 16th century
Two annotations written on the endpapers of a manuscript book may – or may not – be an early quotation of Shakespeare.
early 17th century
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17th century
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ca. 17th century
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ca. 17th century
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ca. early 17th century
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early 17th century
This manuscript contains a depiction of Shakespeare’s arms that clearly refers to William, rather than to his father, John.

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