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John Williams

(d. 1634)


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(d. ?1634),

unsuccessful theatrical entrepreneur and possibly a musician. Together with John Cotton and Thomas Dixon, John Williams was granted a licence to built an amphitheatre for ‘martial exercises, and ...

Subjects: Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.


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