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SHAKESPEARE DOCUMENTED IS STILL GROWING

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January 29, 1670
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ca. 1677
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1679/ 1680
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ca. 1679/ 1680
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1688
Gesta Grayorum is the published account of entertainments performed at Gray’s Inn over the 1594–5 Christmas season, including a performance of The Comedy of Errors on December 28.
ca. 16th century
Two annotations written on the endpapers of a manuscript book may – or may not – be an early quotation of Shakespeare.
ca. 1700
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ca. 1700
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ca. 1614 - ca. 1705
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1558- 1776
The parish register for Holy Trinity Church contains five references to William Shakespeare.

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