Other examples include from the Fletcher canon The Maid's Tragedy (1610), 1.71 and Four Plays in One (1612), 10.306, 353; Gervase Markham and William Sampson, Herod and Antipater (London, 1622: STC: 17401), L4r
(glossed as 'Whence came that deadly groane'); Sir William Davenant, The Cruel Brother (1627), in The Dramatic Works of William Davenant, James Maidment and W.H.
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