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The Works of Christopher Marlowe, ed. A.H. Bullen (London: John C. Nimmo, 1885). Vol. 2.
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Old ed. “Enter the Admirall in his bed,” a stage-direction meaning that a bed containing the Admiral should be thrust upon the stage. Cf. a stage-direction in Heywood's Golden Age —” Enter the foure old Beldams, drawing out Danae's bed, she in it.”
Dyce reads “his.”