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Author: Terence.
Title: The two first comedies of Terence called Andria, and the Eunuch newly Englished by Thomas Newman. Fitted for scholler priuate action in their schooles.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The two first comedies of Terence called Andria, and the Eunuch newly Englished by Thomas Newman. Fitted for scholler priuate action in their schooles.
Terence., Newman, Thomas, fl. 1627,, Terence.

London: Printed by G. M[iller] and are to be sold at the house of M. Fenricus next to the Grayhound Tauerne in the Black-Friers, 1627.
Alternate titles: Andria. English Andria.
Notes:
Printer's name from STC.
Verse translations, by Thomas Newman, of Terence's Andria and Eunuchus.
The Eunuch begins on verso of F2 [i.e. E2].
Pages 50-51 repeated in number only; 60-61 and 63-64 missing in number only; 56-57 misnumbered 58-59; E2 missigned F2.
Errata on recto of H8, final leaf.
Preliminary pages and 81-82 torn. Beginning-page 1 and 76-101 from Folger Shakespeare Library copy spliced at end.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A13613.0001.001

Contents
title page
Author ad Librum
Libri ad Authorem responsio.
TO THE SCHOLLERS of PAVLES Schoole, T. N. wisheth increase in grace and learning.
The Andrian Woman.
The ARGVMENT according to Muretus collection.
The Actors and their Characters.
The Prologue.
THE ANDRIAN VVOMAN.
Act. 1.
Scen. 1.
Scen. 2.
Scen. 3.
Scen. 4.
Scen. 5.
Act. 2.
Scen. 1.
Scen. 2.
Scen. 3.
Scen. 4.
Scen. 5.
Scen. 6.
Act. 3.
Scen. 1.
Scen. 2.
Scen. 3.
Scen. 4.
Scen. 5.
Act. 4.
Scen. 1.
Scen. 2.
Scen. 3.
Scen. 4.
Scen. 5.
Scen. 6.
Act. 5.
Scen. 1.
Scen. 2.
Scen. 3.
Scen. 4.
Scen. 5.
Scen. 6.
Epilogue by Dauus. Addition, by way of paraphrase on Dauus last words in the Scene.
THE EVNVCH.
The ARGVMENT.
The Actors and their Characters.
The Prologue.
play proper
Act. 1.
Scen. 1.
Scen. 2.
Acts. 2.
Scen. 1.
Scen. 2.
Scen. 3.
Act. 3.
Scen. 1.
Scen. 2.
Scen. 3.
Scen. 4.
Scen. 5.
Act. 4.
Scen. 1.
Scen. 2.
Scen. 3.
Scen. 4.
Scen. 6.
Scen. 7.
Act. 5.
Scen. 1.
Scen. 2.
Scen. 3.
Scen. 4.
Scen. 5.
Scen. 6.
Scen. 7.
Scen. 8.
Scen. 9.
Addition. Epilogue by Gnato.
errata