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Author: Stirling, William Alexander, Earl of, 1567 or 8-1640.
Title: The monarchicke tragedies Crœsus, Darius, The Alexandræan, Iulius Cæsar. Newly enlarged by William Alexander, Gentleman of the Princes priuie chamber.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, MI ; Oxford (UK) :: Text Creation Partnership,
2012-10 (EEBO-TCP Phase 2).
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Print source: The monarchicke tragedies Crœsus, Darius, The Alexandræan, Iulius Cæsar. Newly enlarged by William Alexander, Gentleman of the Princes priuie chamber.
Stirling, William Alexander, Earl of, 1567 or 8-1640., Stirling, William Alexander, Earl of, 1567 or 8-1640. Tragedie of Darius.

London: Printed by Valentine Simmes for Ed: Blount, 1607.
Subject terms:
Croesus, -- King of Lydia, fl. 560-546 B.C. -- Drama.
Darius -- I, -- King of Persia, 548-485 B.C. -- Drama.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A16527.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Author of the Monarchicke Tragedies.
The Argument.
The Scene in Sardis
THE TRAGEDIE of Croesus.
Act. I.
CHORVS.
Act. II.
Scen. I.
Act. II. Scen. II.
Chorus.
Act. III.
Scen. I.
Act. III. Scen. II.
Chorus.
Act. IIII.
Scen. I.
Act. IIII. Scen. II.
CHORVS.
Act. V.
Scen. I.
Act. V. Scen. II.
CHORVS.
title page
In praise of the Author, and his Poeme.
A Sonnet
Eiusdem in nomen Authoris GVLIELMVS ALEXANDER, Anagramma. I, LARGVS MELLE EXVNDA. Tetrasticon.
THE ARGVMENT.
The persons names that speakes.
THE TRAGEDY OF DARJƲS.
Actus Primus.
CHORVS.
ACTVS SECVNDVS.
CHORVS.
ACTVS TERTIVS.
Scen. I.
ACTVS TERTIVS. Scen. II.
ACTVS TERTIVS. Scen. III.
CHORVS.
ACTVS QVARTVS.
Scen. I.
ACTVS QVARTVS. Scen.II.
CHORVS.
ACTVS QVINTVS.
Scen. I.
ACTVS QVINTVS. Scen. 2.
CHORVS.
title page
The Argument.
The Actors.
THE Alexandraean Tragedie.
ACT. I.
Chorus.
ACT. II.
SCENE I.
ACT. II. SCEN. II.
Chorus.
ACT. III.
SCENE I.
ACT. III. SCENE II.
Chorus.
ACT. IIII.
SCENE I.
ACT. IIII. SCENE II.
Chorus.
ACT. V.
SCENE I.
ACT. V. SCINE II.
Chorus.
title page
The Argument.
The Actors Names.
THE Tragedie of Caesar.
ACT. I.
Chorus.
ACT. II.
SCENE I.
ACT. II. SCENE. II.
Chorus.
ACT. III.
SCENE. I.
ACT. III. SCENE II.
Chorus.
ACT. IIII.
SCENE. I.
ACT. IIII. SCENE II.
Chorus.
ACT. V.
SCENE. I.
Act. V. Scene II.
Chorus.
Some verses written to his Maiestie by the Authour at the time of his Maiesties first entrie into England.
Some verses written shortly thereafter by reason of an Inundation of Douen, a water neere vnto the Au∣thors house, wherevpon his Maiestie was sometimes wont to Hawke.