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‘Probate Will of Sir Anthony Mildmay dated 14 Feb. 1614 Proved 11 Oct. 1617’, MS Westmorland (A), Northamptonshire Record Office

‘Six Comedies Performed at the Earl of Westmoreland’s Seat at Apethorpe, co. Northampton, by the children and servants of the family’, MS ADD 34221, British Library

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Bate, John, The Mysteryes of Nature, and Art: Conteined in foure severall Tretises, The first of Water workes the second of Fyer workes, The third of Drawing, Colouring, Painting, and Engrauing, The fourth of divers Experiments, as wel Serviceable as delightful: partly Collected, and partly of the Authors Peculiar Practice, and Invention, by J. B (London: printed by Ralph Mab to be sold by John Jackson and Francis Church, 1634)

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Fane, Mildmay, The Change, in ‘Six Comedies Performed at the Earl of Westmoreland’s Seat at Apethorpe, co. Northampton, by the children and servants of the family’, MS ADD 34221, British Library

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Fane, Mildmay, Pugna Anima, in ‘Six Comedies Performed at the Earl of Westmoreland’s Seat at Apethorpe, co. Northampton, by the children and servants of the family’, MS ADD 34221, British Library.

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