"The Fountain of New Fashions," and "The Will of a Woman," were in MS. in the late Mr. Heber's library. Where are they now? If the "Will of a Woman" could be discovered, it would settle the question as to Haughton's play, which was printed, in 1616, under the title, "Englishmen for my Money, or a Woman will have her Will," and several times reprinted. Mr. Collier says it is an extremely good comedy. In the last old edition, 4to. 1631, the printer dropped the first part of the title, and reverted to the name it bears in Henslowe's Diary. It was not given to any author till the discovery of Henslowe's MS.