General Title Page
Five nevv PLAYES, VIZ. The ENGLISH MOOR, or The MOCK-MARRIAGE. The LOVE-SICK COURT, or The AMBITIOUS POLITIQUE. COVENT GARDEN Weeded. The NEVV ACADEMY, or The NEVV EXCHANGE. The QUEEN and CONCUBINE.
LONDON, Printed for A. Crook at the Green Dragon in Saint Pauls Church-yard, and for H. Brome at the Gunn in Ivy-Lane, 1659.
Internal Title Page
[2A1r] THE WEEDING OF THE COVENT-GARDEN. Or the Middlesex-JVSTICE OF Peace. A Facetious COMEDY
A POSTHUME of RICHARD BROME, An Ingenious Servant, and Imitator of his Master, that famously Renowned Poet Ben. Johnson.
LONDON, Printed for Andrew Crook, and are to be sold at the Green Dragon in St. Pauls Churchyard: And Henry Broom at the Gun in Ivy-lane. 1658.
Published as part of Five New Plays, containing: The English Moor, or The Mock Marriage; The Lovesick Court, or The Ambitious Politic; The Weeding of the Covent Garden, or The Middlesex Justice of Peace (The Covent Garden Weeded); The New Academy, or The New Exchange; The Queen and Concubine.
TO THE READER: "To the Readers" (unsigned, but probably by Alexander Brome, editor) [π3r]; "The Stationers to the Reader" signed "A. C. H. B." (Andrew Crooke  and Henry Brome) [a3v]
OTHER PARATEXTS: Half-title, "Bromes Playes." (printed up the page) [πA1v]; advertisement for books "sold by Andrew Crook" [2O8r]
CHARACTER LIST: "The Actors Names" [A4v]
OTHER PARATEXTS: "Upon Aglaura printed in Folio" (verses) signed "R. B." (Richard Brome) [A2r]; "A Song" [A2v]; "To my Lord of Newcastle, on his Play called The Variety. He having commanded to give him my true opinion of it" (verses) signed "R. B." (Richard Brome) [A4r]