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  • Title: The Three Ladies of London (Quarto, 1592)
  • Editors: Jessica Dell, Chantelle Thauvette
  • Textual editors: Andrew Griffin, Helen Ostovich
  • Research assistant: Sarah Johnon

  • Copyright Chantelle Thauvette and Jessica Dell. This text may be freely used for educational, non-profit purposes; for all other uses contact the Editor.
    Author: Robert Wilson
    Editors: Jessica Dell, Chantelle Thauvette
    Editors (Text): Andrew Griffin, Helen Ostovich
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    The Three Ladies of London (Quarto, 1592)

    Right excellent
    and famous Comedy, called
    The Three Ladies of London.
    WHEREIN IS NOTABLIE
    declared and set forth, how by the meanes of
    Lucar, Loue and Conscience is so corrup-
    ted, that the one is married to Dissimu-
    lation, the other fraught with all
    abhomination.
    A perfect patterne for all Estates to looke into,
    and a worke right worthie to be marked.
    Written by R.W. as it hath been
    publiquely plaied.
    AT LONDON,
    Printed by John Danter, dwelling in Ducke
    Lane, neere Smithfield.
    1592.