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A right excellent and famous comedy, called The three ladies of London : VVherein is notablie declared and set forth, how by the meanes of lucar, loue and conscience is so corrupted, that the one is married to dissimulation, the other fraught with all abhomination. A perfect patterne for all estates to looke into, and a worke right worthie to be marked. Written by R.W. as it hath been publiquely plaied. Preview this item
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A right excellent and famous comedy, called The three ladies of London : VVherein is notablie declared and set forth, how by the meanes of lucar, loue and conscience is so corrupted, that the one is married to dissimulation, the other fraught with all abhomination. A perfect patterne for all estates to looke into, and a worke right worthie to be marked. Written by R.W. as it hath been publiquely plaied.

Author: Robert Wilson
Publisher: At London : Printed by Iohn Danter, dwelling in Ducke Lane, neere Smithfield, 1592.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Wilson
OCLC Number: 606516492
Description: 1 online resource ([48] pages)
Other Titles: Three ladies of London
Three ladies of London
Pithie and pleasant comœdie of the three ladies of London

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