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Henry Glapthorne (Seventeenth Century)

Glapthorne, Henry. An English dramatist who is known to have flourished about 1639. He wrote many plays, five of which have been printed: ‘Albertus Wallenstein’; ‘The Hollander’; ‘Argalus and Parthenia’; ‘Wit in a Constable’; ‘The Lady’s Privilege’; etc.