The last dramatist of the whole great line was James Shirley
, who survived the Commonwealth and the Restoration and died of exposure at the Fire of London in 1666.
In the first five-line stanza of "Inauguration Day," the assassins who wish to restore "the glories of their blood and state" have incorporated in twisted form the moral rhetoric of James Shirley
(1596-1666), the seventeenth-century English playwright and poet.
30pm, High Street, near Thorntons, Lewis Floyd Henry; 1pm, The Garden House, Hagley Road, Teens Jazzband Velke Losiny; 1pm, City Inn, Brindleyplace, James Shirley
Quintet from King Edwards School; 4pm, The Crown, Corporation Street, Rythme Futur; 4.
Western Infirmary: pounds 5 In memory of my brother James Shirley
, from Nancy.
The masque was written in 1634 by James Shirley
, with music by William Lawes and Simon Ives.
Uxbridge: Daniel Charles Featherstone, Colin Noble Gurney*, William Patrick Laverty, Anthony Michael Menotti, Bryan James Shirley
, Nathaniel Rumsey Smithson, Jessica Lynn Zollo.
Also, Sheehan attorney James Shirley
has been admitted to the International Society of Barristers.
James Paxton scored 78 for newly promoted Bablake against Sheldon Marlborough, James Shirley
logging a splendid 6-50, but rain ruined what promised to be an absorbing match.
Left - Mark Jarman (DJ), Amanda Stannard, James Shirley
, Mark Pascoe (Manager), Laura Stanyard, Collette Lee, Tony Ayres (Junior Manager); Above - Emma Hatcliffy, Polly Gee, Tessa Gee (PR)
The driver of the car, James Shirley
, 20, was taken to the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh with neck injuries, and his younger brother Thomas, 14, was treated at Edinburgh's Royal Infirmary.
Joe Harrison, Hamish Robertson and James Shirley
, aged 16, and John Lumley, 17, are donating the proceeds in tribute to Joe's cousin, Olivia, who died in the hospice on April 27, aged ten.
In his landmark study James Shirley
Dramatist, Arthur Huntington Nason quotes Vittori's speech in The Young Admiral, 3.