337 *Shirley's The Duke's Mistress licensed.
338 *The Second part of Arviragus and Philicia playd at court the 16 Febru. 1635, with great approbation of K. and Queene.
339 *The Silent Woman playd at Court of St. James on thursday ye 18 Febr. 1635.
(?Shirley, The Duke's Mistress, played at St. James — see 25 Feb. below)
pg 19724 February
340 *On Wensday the 23 of Febru. 1635, the Prince d'Amours gave a masque to the Prince Elector and his brother, in the Middle Temple, wher the Queene was pleasd to grace the entertaynment by putting of〈f〉 majesty to putt on a citizens habitt, and to sett upon the scaffold on the right hande amongst her subjects.
The queene was attended in the like habitts by the Marques Hamilton, the Countess of Denbighe, the Countess of Holland, and the Lady Elizabeth Feildinge. Mrs. Basse, the lace-woman, leade in this royal citizen and her company.
The Earl of Holland, the Lord Goringe, Mr. Percy, and Mr. Jermyn, were the men that attended.
The Prince Elector satt in the midst, his brother Robert on the right hand of him, and the Prince d'Amours on the left.
The Masque was very well performed in the dances, scenes, cloathinge, and musique, and the Queene was pleasd to tell mee at her going away, that she liked it very well.
made the musique.
Mr. Corseilles made the scenes.
341 *Loves Aftergame, played at St. James by the Salisbury Court players, the 24 of Feb. 1635.
342 *The Dukes Mistres played at St. James the 22 of Feb. 1635. Made by Sherley.
pg 198343 *The same day at Whitehall I acquainted king Charles, my master, with the danger of Mr. Hunts sickness, and moved his Majesty, in case he dyed, that he would be pleasd to give mee leave to commend a fitt man to succeed him in his place of Yeoman of the Revells.
The kinge tould me, that till then he knew not that Will Hunt held a place in the Revells. To my request he was pleasd to give mee this answer. Well, says the king, I will not dispose of it, or it shall not be disposed of, till I heare you. Ipsissimis verbis. Which I enter here as full of grace, and for my better remembrance, sinse my master's custom affords not so many words, nor so significant.
344 *The 28 Feb. The Knight of the Burning Pestle playd by the Q. men at St. James.
345 *A licence to Francis Sherret, to shew a strange fish for a yeare, from the 10th of Marche, 1635.
346 *For the Queen's Company.— For a new play called Love's Tryal or the Hollander this 12 march 1635 — 2. 0. 0
18, 19 April
347 *The first and second part of Arviragus and Philicia were acted at the Cockpitt, before the Kinge and Queene, the Prince, and Prince Elector, the 18 and 19 Aprill, 1636, being monday and tusday in Easter weeke.
348 *Massinger's The Bashful Lover licensed for the king's company.
pg 19912 May
349 *Received of ould Cartwright for allowing the 〈Fortune〉 company to add scenes to an ould play, and to give it out for a new one, this 12th of May, 1636,—£1 0 0.
350 *Sr Hen H. had the benefit of the second day of Hannibal & Scipio — played at [the] Sal. Court by the Princes Servants amounting to £2. 14. 12 May 1636 as a satisfaction for a debt due by Gunnel
351 *At the increase of the plague to 4 within the citty and 54 in all.—This day the 12 May, 1636, I received a warrant from my Lord Chamberlin for the suppressing of playes and shews, and at the same time delivered my severall warrants to George Wilson for the four companys of players, to be served upon them.
352 (Dorchester) Will: Gosling coming to this Towne with a license vnder the hand of the Master of the Revelles, signed Henry Herbert, and sealed with the seale of the office of Revelles with a Cinquefoyle, authorizing the said Gosling to shew the portraiture of the City of Jerusalem dated 15 June, xij Caroli, and denied to make his shew heere by reason of the dangerous tyme of sicknes.
353 *At Hampton Court, 1636.
The first part of Arviragus, Monday Afternoon, 26 December.
pg 20027 December
354 *The second part of Arviragus, tusday 27 December.