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“Note: We have been unable to verify conclusively the exact source of this electronic text, but we believe it to be "The Globe Edition" of the Works of William Shakespeare edited by William George Clark and William Aldis Wright.”
“I was very intimate with Harness, Milman, Dyce, Collier – all Shakespearian editors, commentators, and scholars – and this absurd theory about Bacon, which was first broached a good many years ago, never obtained credit for a moment with them: nor did they ever entertain for an instant a doubt that the plays attributed to William Shakespeare of Stratford-on-Avon were really written by him.”
“On the 27th of November (1582) William Shakespeare took out a license to marry Anne Whateley.”
“Novelist, etc. Elder Conklin, The Man William Shakespeare”
“On the 28th of November, that year Fulk Sandels and John Richardson subscribed a bond whereby they became liable in the sum of L40, to be forfeited to the Bishop of Worcester in case there should be found any lawful impediment to the marriage of William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway, of Stratford; the object being to procure such a dispensation from the Bishop as would authorize the ceremony after once publishing the banns.”
“Whether such solemn betrothment had or had not taken place between William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway, it is certain from the parish register that they had a daughter, Susanna, baptized on the 26th of May, 1583.”
“And that was how it happened that William began to read and recite, and actually act out, parts of The Tempest by William Shakespeare in the middle of the afternoon in the basement of a brown-shingled house on Gardenia Street.”
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