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Comus, a mask (now adapted to the stage) As alter'd from Milton's mask at Ludlow-Castle, which was never represented but on Michaelmas Day, 1634; before the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Bridgewater. The musick was composed by Mr. Henry Lawes. Preview this item
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Comus, a mask (now adapted to the stage) As alter'd from Milton's mask at Ludlow-Castle, which was never represented but on Michaelmas Day, 1634; before the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Bridgewater. The musick was composed by Mr. Henry Lawes.

Author: John Milton
Publisher: Dublin, Printed by S. Powell for G. Risk [etc.] 1738.
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Named Person: Henry Lawes
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Milton
OCLC Number: 6904866
Notes: Without the music.
Description: 64 p. 16 cm.

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