|Author:||Shirley, James, 1596-1666.|
|Title:||The constant maid: or, Love will finde out the way. A comedy. By J.S. As it is now acted at the new playhouse called the Nursery, in Hatton-Garden.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The constant maid: or, Love will finde out the way. A comedy. By J.S. As it is now acted at the new playhouse called the Nursery, in Hatton-Garden.
Shirley, James, 1596-1666., T. B.
London: printed by Ja: Cottrel, for Samuel Speed, at the signe of the Rainbow between the two Temple-gates, 1667.
|Alternate titles:||The constant maid. Love will finde out the way.|
J.S. = James Shirley.
"The first edition, 1640, was entitled 'The constant maid' and had Shirley's name on the title.. Such variations as appear in this text, together with the epilogue may be laid to the account of 'T.B.'[who has signed the epilogue]"--Pforzheimer Catalogue.
A reissue, with a cancel title page, of "Love will finde out the way", published in 1661.
Reproduction of the original in the Worcester College Library, Oxford.
LOVE will finde out the Way.