1893 text

“Cornelianum dolium” is a Latin comedy, by T. R., published at London in 1638. Douce attributed it to Thomas Randolph (d. 1635). The book has a frontispiece representing the sweating tub which, from the name of the patient, was styled Cornelius’s tub. There is a description of the play in the “European Magazine,” vol. xxxvii. (1805), p. 343

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Bill   Link to this

There many annotations about this play on 3 December 1660.
http://www.pepysdiary.com/diary/1660/12/03/

Bill   Link to this

The year given in the "1893 text" is incorrect. The relevant issue of the European Magazine, vol. 37, was May, 1800. This Google Books citation works on the day I write this:

http://books.google.com/books?id=n7Q2AQAAMAAJ&p...

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