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The Master of the Revels was the holder of a position within the English, and later the British, royal household, heading the 'Revels Office' or 'Office of the Revels'.The Master of the Revels was an executive officer under the Lord Chamberlain.Originally he was responsible for overseeing royal festivities, known as revels, and he later also became responsible for stage censorship, until this. Master of the Revels: A Return to Neal Stephenson's D.O.D.O. Kindle edition by Galland, Nicole. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Master of the Revels: A Return to Neal Stephenson's D.O.D.O. Philostrate, master of the revels – Philippa Quince, a carpenter – Brian Edwards Snug, a joiner – Elizabeth Klett Bottom, a weaver – Simon Taylor Flute, a bellows-mender – David Nicol Starveling, a tailor – Jessica Miller Hippolyta, queen of the Amazons – Cori Samuel Hermia, daughter to Egeus, in love with Lysander – Laurie Anne. Lower down this page is the complete text of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Download the complete Romeo and Juliet PDF – Shakespeare’s original text. Web of lies pdf free download. ( Free) Download a modern English version of Romeo and Juliet. ( $14.95) Read Romeo and Juliet online as either original text or the modern English version.
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Master of revels. Theatrical censor in England from 1623–1641 and again from 1660–1673. Sir Henry Herbert (baptized 7 July 1594 – 27 April 1673) was Master of the Revels to both King Charles I and King Charles II, as well as a politician during both reigns.
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Groom of the Robes is an office in the Royal Household of the Sovereign of England (later Great Britain, ultimately the United Kingdom). In 1953, the Groom of the Robes to Elizabeth II had the task of bringing forward the robes and other items of ceremonial clothing worn by the monarch at various points in the coronation service, ready to hand them over to the Mistress of the Robes and the Lord Great Chamberlain (who assisted The Queen in putting them on) and to receive and remove those which were no longer required.
Although the post has remained unfilled since 1954, an Equerry is usually designated 'Acting Groom of the Robes' on occasions (such as the State Opening of Parliament) when robes are worn.
List of Grooms of the Robes
- Thomas Purcell
- Richard Cecil 1530 
- John Copinger[unreliable source?]
- William Sharington 1540–1541
- Thomas Sternhold 1500–1549 
- Gates, Sir John
- Robert Robotham
- Francis Seymour 1837-1870 
- Henry Erskine 1870–1901
- Henry Erskine 1901–1910
- Henry Erskine 1910–1920
- Montague Eliot 1920-1936
- Sir Harold Campbell 1937-1952
- Sir Harold Campbell 1952-1954
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- ^Holman, Peter (1994). Henry Purcell. Oxford University Press. p. 4. ISBN0-19-816341-X.
Thomas Purcell groom of the robes.
- ^Chalmers F.S.A., Alexander (1812–1817). The General Biographical Dictionary.
- ^'John Copynger'. Archived from the original on 2008-05-13. Retrieved 2008-03-26.
- ^C. E. Challis, 'Sharington, Sir William (c. 1495–1553), administrator and embezzler', in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, September 2004
- ^Kaufman, Charles H. (1981). Music in New Jersey, 1655-1860. Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press. p. 46. ISBN0-8386-2270-4.
- ^letters and papers foreign and domestic of the reign of King Henry VIII
- ^Narasingha, Prosad,Sil 2001
- ^Tudor Placement And Statesman, select case studies page 71 18 February 1537 mentions Sir John as a Page
- ^'Domestic Occurrences'. The Gentleman's Magazine. F. Jefferies: 308. March 1840.
Francis Seymour groom of the robes..
- Who's Who (various dates)