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Author: Neville, Robert, 1640 or 1-1694.
Title: The poor scholar a comedy / vvritten by Robert Nevile ...
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The poor scholar a comedy / vvritten by Robert Nevile ...
Neville, Robert, 1640 or 1-1694.

London: Printed by Tho. Johnson for Francis Kirkman and Henry Marsh, and are to be sold at their shop ..., 1662.
Notes:
Advertisement: p. [55].
Reproduction of original in University of Michigan Libraries.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A52863.0001.001

Contents
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To his ingenuous Friend; upon his Play call'd, The Poor Scholar.
To my friend Mr. R. N. on his excellent Play, The Poor Scholar.
To my very good friend, upon his excellent Play, call'd, The Poor Scholar.
Drammatis Personae.
The Prologue to be spoken by Eugenes Junior, the Poor Scholar
THE POOR SCHOLAR.
ACT. 1.
SCENE I.
ACT. 1. SCENE 2.
ACT. 1. SCENE 3.
ACT. 1. SCENE 4.
ACT. 1. SCENE 5.
ACT. I. SCENE 6.
ACT. 2.
SCENE 1.
ACT. 2. SCENE 2.
ACT. 2. SCENE 3.
ACT. 2. SCENE 4.
ACT. 2. SCENE 5.
ACT. 2. SCENE 6.
ACT. 3.
SCENE 1.
ACT. 3. SCENE 2.
ACT. 3. SCENE 3.
ACT. 3. SCENE 4.
ACT. 4. SCENE. 5.
ACT. 3. SCENE 6.
ACT. 4.
SCENE I.
Act. 4 SCENE 2.
ACT. 4. SCENE 3.
ACT. 4. SCENE 4.
ACT. 4. SCENE 5.
ACT. 4. SCENE 6.
ACT. 5.
SCENE 1.
ACT. 5. SCENE 2.
ACT. 5. SCENE 3.
ACT. 5. SCENE 4.
ACT. 5. SCENE 5.
ACT. 5. SCENE 6.
Epilogue to the Spectators.
A Catalogues, o Books sold by Henry Marsh at the Princes Arms in Chancery-lane, lately Published.