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by James Orchard Halliwell- Phillipps
ALL FOR MONEY. " A moral and pitieful Comedie, intitled All for Money, plainly representing the manners of men and fashion of the world, now-a-dayes," compiled by Thomas Lupton. 4to. 1578. The characters of this piece are, Theology, Science, Art, Money, Adulation, Godly Admonition, Mischievous Help, Pleasure, Pressed for Pleasure, Sin, Swift to Sin, Virtue, Humility, Charity, All for Money, Damnation, Satan, Pride, Gluttony, Learning with Money, Learning without Money, Money ...
A Dictionary of Printers and Printing, with the Progress of Literature, Ancient and Modern; Bibliographical Illustrations (1839)
by Timperley (C. H.)
A moral and pitiful Comedie, entituled All for Money. Plainly representing the manners of Men and Fashion of ...
Being a Chronological Digest of the Most Interesting Facts Illustrative of the History of Literature and Printing from the Earliest Period to the Present Time ... by Charles Henry Timperley
Comedie, entituled All for Money. Plainly representing the manners of Men and Fashion of the World nowe adaies. Compiled by T. Lupton. At London, printed by Roger Warde and Richard Mundee, duelling at Temple Barre, anno 1578.* Thomas Lupton wrote only one play. It is remarkably scarce; it is in rhyme, black letter, and written in a very peculiar style. The intero W. * M...". as All for oney, Wit without Money, M - Wit, &c. &c. y, Money without \ojan. 1: A New Year's Gift, dedicated ...
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