DEEP: Database of Early English Playbooks

1578 Lupton, Thomas All for Money

Reference Information

DEEP #: 103
Greg #: 72a
STC/Wing #: 16949
Record Type: Single-Play Playbook
Play Type: Adult Professional
Genre (Annals): Satirical Moral
Book Edition: 1
Play Edition: 1
Format: Quarto
Leaves: 20
Black Letter: Yes
Date of First Publication: 1578
Date of First Production: 1577 [1559-1577]
Company of First Production: Unknown
Company Attribution: n/a
Total Editions: 1 quarto

Title-Page Features

Title: A MORAL AND PITIEFVL COmedie, Intituled, All for Money. Plainly representing the maners of men, and fashion of the world noweadayes.
Author: Compiled by T. Lupton.
Performance: The names of them that play this Comœdie. [in double columns] Theologie. Money without learning. | Science. All for money. | Arte. Neyther money nor learning. | Money. Moneyles and friendles. | Adulation. Gregorie graceles. | Mischieuous helpe. Moneyles. | Pleasure. William with the two wiues. | Prest for pleasure. Nychol. | Sinne. S. Laurence. | Swift to sinne. Mother Crooke. | Damnation. Iudas. | Satan. Diues. | Pryde. Godly admonition. | Gluttonie. Uertue. | Learning with money. Humilitie. | Learning without mony Charitie.
Imprint: AT LONDON. Printed by Roger Warde and Richard Mundee, dwelling at Temple Barre. Anno. 1578.

Paratextual Material

Character List: on title page [A1r]
Explicit: FINIS, p T. Lupton. [E3v]

Stationer Information

Colophon: IMPRINTED AT London, by Roger Warde and Richard Mundee, dwelling at Temple Barre. [var.: "London by"; "Richarde"] [E3v]
Printer: Ward, Roger; Mundee, Richard
Imprint Location: W.14 (Fleet St. - Temple Bar)
Entries in Stationers' Register: Nov 25, 1577: Entered to Roger Ward: "an enterlude intituled all for money".