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PR1260 .M3 [Info] A Collection of English Miracle-Plays or Mysteries: Containing Ten Dramas from the Chester, Coventry, and Towneley series, With Two of Latter Date; To Which is Prefixed, An Historical View of This Description of Plays (Basel: Schweighauser and Co., 1838), ed. by William Marriott (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR1260 .N6 N4 [Info] The N-Town Cycle, ed. by Gerard NeCastro (HTML at Maine)
PR1260 .N6 1999 [Info] The N-Town Plays, A Modernization (c1999), ed. by Stanley J. Kahrl and Alexandra F. Johnston (HTML at chass.utoronto.ca)
PR1260 .P7 [Info] English Miracle Plays, Moralities, and Interludes: Specimens of the Pre-Elizabethan Drama (fifth edition; Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1909), ed. by Alfred W. Pollard (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR1260 .T6 [Info] The Towneley Plays, ed. by George England (HTML at Michigan)
PR1260 .T6 [Info] The Towneley Plays (EETS extra series #71; London: Pub. for the Early English Text Society by H. Milford, 1897, reprinted 1952), ed. by George England, contrib. by Alfred W. Pollard (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR1260 .Y6 [Info] The York Plays, ed. by Richard Beadle (HTML at Michigan)
PR1260 .Y6 M6 [Info] A Rosary of Mystery Plays: Fifteen Plays Selected from the York Cycle of Mysteries Performed by the Crafts on the Day of Corpus Christi in the 14th, 15th and 16th Centuries (Albany, NY: Press of F. H. Evory, 1915), trans. by Margaret S. Mooney (page images at HathiTrust)
PR1260 .Y6 1963 [Info] York Plays: The Plays Performed by the Crafts or Mysteries of York, on the Day of Corpus Christi, in the 14th, 15th, and 16th Centuries (reprint, originally published 1883; New York: Russell and Russell, 1963), ed. by Lucy Toulmin Smith (page images at HathiTrust)
PR1261 .C3 F8 [Info] The Macro Plays: 1. Mankind (Ab. 1475); 2. Wisdom (Ab. 1460); 3. The Castle of Perseverance (Ab. 1425) (EETS extra series #91; London: Early English Text Society, 1904), ed. by Frederick James Furnivall and Alfred W. Pollard (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR1261 .C3 N4 [Info] The Castle of Perseverance, ed. by Gerard NeCastro (HTML at Maine)
PR1261 .C3 1908 [Info] The Castle of Perseverance (London and Edinburgh: Issued for subscribers by T. C. and E.C. Jack, 1908), ed. by John Stephen Farmer (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR1261 .C54 1906 [Info] Three Chester Whitsun Plays (Chester: Phillipson and Golder, 1906), ed. by Joseph Cox Bridge (page images at HathiTrust)
PR1261 .C58 1841 [Info] Ludus Coventriae: A Collection of Mysteries, Formerly Represented at Coventry on the Feast of Corpus Christi (London: Printed for the Shakespeare Society, 1841), ed. by J. O. Halliwell-Phillipps (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR1261 .E8 [Info] Everyman, ed. by A. C. Cawley (HTML at Michigan)
PR1261 .E8 [Info] Everyman, ed. by John Skot (illustrated HTML at Renascence Editions)
PR1261 .F3 [Info] Anonymous Plays, Third Series: Comprising Jack Juggler; King Darius; Gammer Gurton's Needle; New Custom; Trial of Treasure; Note-Book and Word-List (London: Priv. print. for subscribers by the Early English Drama Society, 1906), ed. by John Stephen Farmer (page images at HathiTrust)
PR1261 .F3 1907 [Info] Recently Recovered "Lost" Tudor Plays, With Some Others: Comprising Mankind; Nature; Wit and Science; Respublica; Wealth and Health; Impatient Poverty; John the Evangelist; Note-Book and Word-List (London: Priv. print. for subscribers by the Early English Drama Society, 1907), ed. by John Stephen Farmer (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR1261 .F3 1966 [Info] Recently Recovered "Lost" Tudor Plays, With Some Others: Comprising Mankind; Nature; Wit and Science; Respublica; Wealth and Health; Impatient Poverty; John the Evangelist; Note-Book and Word-List (facsimile reprint of Early English Drama Society edition; London: C. W. Traylen, 1966), ed. by John Stephen Farmer (Gutenberg text)
PR1262 .F232 [Info] Six Anonymous Plays (Second Series): Comprising Jacob and Esau; Youth; Albion, Knight; Misogonus; Godly Queen Hester; Tom Tyler and His Wife; Note-Book and Word-List (London: Priv. print. for subscribers by the Early English Drama Society, 1906), ed. by John Stephen Farmer (page images at HathiTrust)
PR1262 .F3 [Info] Five Anonymous Plays (Fourth Series): Comprising Appius and Virginia; The Marriage of Wit and Science; Grim the Collier of Croydon; Common Conditions; The Marriage of Wit and Wisdom; Note-Book and Word-List (facsimile reprint of Early English Drama Society edition; London: C. W. Traylen, 1966), ed. by John Stephen Farmer
PR1262 .F457 1905 [Info] Six Anonymous Plays, First Series (c. 1510-1537): Comprising Four Elements; The Beauty and Good Properties of Women (Usually Known as Calisto and Melibaea); Every Man; Hickscorner; The World and the Child; Thersites; Note-Book and Word-List (facsimile reprint of Early English Drama Society edition; London: C. W. Traylen, 1966), ed. by John Stephen Farmer (multiple formats at archive.org)
PR1263 [Info] Old Plays: Being a Continuation of Dodsley's Collection, With Notes, Critical and Explanatory (6 volumes; London: Rodwell and Martin, 1816), ed. by Charles Wentworth Dilke, contrib. by Christopher Marlowe, John Lyly, John Marston, Thomas Dekker, George Chapman, Thomas Middleton, William Rowley, John Webster, and Thomas Heywood
PR1263 .B8 [Info] A Collection of Old English Plays (4 volumes), ed. by A. H. Bullen
PR1263 .M25 [Info] A Looking Glasse for London and England (Amersham, UK: Tudor facsimile texts, 1914), by Thomas Lodge and Robert Greene (multiple formats at archive.org)

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