|Author:||Wager, W. William.|
|Title:||A comedy or enterlude intituled, Inough is as good as a feast very fruteful, godly and ful of pleasant mirth. Compiled by W. Wager. Seuen may easely play this enterlude. The names of the players. ...|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A comedy or enterlude intituled, Inough is as good as a feast very fruteful, godly and ful of pleasant mirth. Compiled by W. Wager. Seuen may easely play this enterlude. The names of the players. ...
Wager, W. William.
Imprinted at London: At the long shop adioyning vnto S. Mildreds Church in the Pultrie, by Iohn Allde, [1570?]
|Alternate titles:||Enough is as good as a feast Enough is as good as a feast. Inough is as good as a feast.|
Publication date conjectured by STC.
Signatures: A-F4 G2.
Running title reads: Inough is as good as a feast.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Enter Worldly man stout and frolike.