Viewing Event Record: Chamberlain's Office, 'Sharers' Papers': John Shanks receives satisfaction for his shares

Abstract

A memorandum records the Lord Chamberlain's response to John Shanks' petition. He asks that Sir H. Herbert, Sir John Finett, and his solicitor, Daniel Bedingfield give Shanks' petition serious consideration, that they agree on a reasonable sum to be paid to Shanks by the three actors, and that they draw up the final settlements and conveyances in the matter.

Date Event Recorded

Date
From: 1 August 1635 (Source of claim: original)

Date Event Happened

Date
From: 1 August 1635 (Source of claim: original)

Venues

Name
Blackfriars (II)
Name
Globe (II)

Troupes

Name
King's Men (1625-1642)

People

Name Role
Herbert, Henry Master of the Revels
Benfield, Robert player
Swanston, Elliard player
Pollard, Thomas player
Shank, John (II) playhouse sharer
Bedingfield, Daniel solicitor

Event Type

  • company business
  • court case
  • playhouse business