Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1931. Octavo. Item #029042
375 pages. In W.W. Greg's review he notes that this work shows in the autumn of 1596 one 375 pages. In W.W. Greg's review he notes that this work shows in the autumn of 1596 one William Wayte swore the peace against William Shakespeare, Francis Langley (owner of the Swan Theatre) and two unknown women which is elucidated in the first third of the volume. The rest of the volume has extracts and transcripts of documents. He has provided a full-length portrait William Gardiner whose standards were low even by 16th century standards. A remarkable example of what dogged research can uncover. Bound in a blue-gray cloth, spine lettering gilt, mostly unopened. just a small bit of staining to lower edge of rear board. A very good copy.