Curtein


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Cur`tein´


n.1.Same as Curtana.
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George Ireland, aged 22, a gentleman from Gray's Inn, for instance, identified Newton as 'a plaier at the Boreshead without Aldgate of the duke of yordes Company', (29) and William Duke, a haberdasher, aged over 27, dwelling in St Sepulchre parish, reported that Newton is 'one of the company of ye players yat vse to play their partes on the stage at the Curtein & the bores head without Algate [<.>] in the suburbes of London & for suche a one convwonly knowne accompted and taken'.
sit downe within the curteines" (Henry Chettle and Munday, The Downfall of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon Q1, TLN 52-53); "they ...