Attributed to William Canning--Cf. Halkett & Laing. Account of Gray's Inn revels, 1594-95, under the leadership of H. Helmes, "prince of Purpoole"--LC catalog. There are three main points of literary interest in the Gesta Grayorum, namely, a supposed allusion to Shakespeare's comedy of errors, the speeches of the six councillors, ascribed to Francis Bacon, text of A masque attributed to Francis Davison--Cf. LC catalog.
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Microfiche version: Gesta Grayorum, or, The history of the high and mighty prince Henry ... London : Printed for W. Canning, 1688