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Cathcart, Charles (2023). John Marston’s Stationers, 1607–1633. The Review of English Studies, 74 pp. 274–289.

Cathcart, Charles (2021). A Source for the Satirised Vocabulary in Poetaster. Notes and Queries, 68(1) pp. 136–138.

Cathcart, Charles (2021). John Day and Edward Sharpham at the Black and White Friars. Medieval & Renaissance Drama in England, 34 pp. 19–40.

Cathcart, Charles (2019). Du Bartas’ Semaines and John Marston’s The Malcontent. Notes and Queries, 66(4) pp. 515–519.

Cathcart, Charles (2019). Alexander Grosart, ‘The First True Gentleman That Ever Breathed’, and the Independent Scholar. English: Journal of the English Association, 68(262) pp. 264–282.

Cathcart, Charles (2018). Thomas Brewer and his Associates: Hayman, Taylor, Heywood. Notes and Queries, 65(2) pp. 198–201.

Cathcart, Charles (2017). Robert Daborne's Irish critic. Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, 30 pp. 36–51.

Cathcart, C. (2013). 'The Masque Being Endid' and The Works of Mr John Marston. Notes and Queries, 60(4) pp. 538–542.

Cathcart, Charles (2011). Guilpin and the Godly Satyre. The Review of English Studies, 62(253) pp. 64–79.

Cathcart, Charles (2010). John Davies of Hereford, Marston, and Hall. Ben Jonson Journal, 17(2) pp. 242–248.

Cathcart, Charles (2009). Lampatho's 'Delicious Sweet' in Marston's What You Will. Notes and Queries, 56(4) pp. 610–612.

Cathcart, Charles (2007). Guilpin, Shakespeare, and 'A Scourge of Wire'. Notes and Queries, 54(3) pp. 307–310.

Cathcart, Charles (2007). Poetaster and the Prince of Love. Ben Jonson Journal, 14(2) pp. 206–217.

Cathcart, Charles (2006). John Marston, The Malcontent, and the King's Men. The Review of English Studies, 57(228) pp. 43–63.

Cathcart, Charles (2005). Authorship, Indebtedness, and the Children of the King's Revels. Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 45(2) pp. 357–374.

Cathcart, Charles (2003). Lodge, Marston, and the Family of Love. Notes and Queries, 50(1) pp. 68–70.

Cathcart, Charles (2003). The Insatiate Countess: Date, Topicality, and Company Appropriation. Medieval & Renaissance Drama in England, 16 pp. 81–100.

Cathcart, Charles (2003). Histriomastix, Hamlet, and the "quintessence of Duckes". Notes and Queries, 50(4) pp. 427–430.

Cathcart, Charles (2003). Club Law, The Family of Love, and the Familist Sect. Notes and Queries, 50(1) pp. 65–68.

Cathcart, Charles (2002). John Weever and the Jonson-Marston Rivalry. Ben Jonson Journal, 9(1) pp. 235–247.

Cathcart, Charles (2001). "Lust's Dominion"; or, the "Lascivious Queen": Authorship, Date, and Revision. The Review of English Studies, 52(207) pp. 360–375.

Cathcart, C. (2001). Hamlet: Date and Early Afterlife. The Review of English Studies, 52(207) pp. 341–359.

Cathcart, Charles (2000). Twelfth Night and John Weever. Notes and Queries, 47(1) pp. 79–81.

Cathcart, Charles (2000). Ben Jonson and the Dedication of Antonio and Mellida. Notes and Queries, 47(1) pp. 100–103.

Cathcart, Charles (1999). Marston, Montaigne, and Lady Politic Would-be. English Language Notes, 36(1) pp. 4–8.

Cathcart, Charles (1999). "You will crown him King that slew your King": "Lust's Dominion" and Oliver Cromwell. Medieval & Renaissance Drama in England, 11 pp. 264–274.

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