Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
THE FATHER'S OWN SOV. A play, formerly in the possession of the company performing at the Cock-pit Theatre. It is mentioned in a MS. dated 1639, preserved in the Lord Chamberlain's Office; and Pepys, who saw it acted in 1661, notices it as "a very good play." A small portion of it, formed into a droll under the title of the Doctors of Dullhead College, is printed in the Wits, or Sport upon Sport, 1672. http://bit.ly/a1KMj6
Fathers own son : a comedy formerly acted at the private house in Black Fryers, and now at the Theatre in Vere-Street by His Majesties servants / the author John Fletcher, Gent 1579-1625
London : Printed for Robert Crofts, .  p.
Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 492:28. First published in 1639 with title Monsievr Thomas.Cited In Wing F1342http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/262788?lookf..., John, 1579-1625"&offset=11&max=481
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