Richard James

(c. 1591—1638) antiquary

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librarian. Writing to Sir Richard Bourchier around 1625, James observed that because in the play ‘Harrie the fift’ (for Henry IV?), Sir John Oldcastle's name seriously had offended ‘personages ...

Subjects: Bibliography — Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.

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