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Comedies, tragi-comedies, with other poems. The ayres and songs set by Mr. Henry Lawes.

Author: William Cartwright
Publisher: London, Printed for Humphrey Moseley, 1651.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Cartwright
OCLC Number: 1457565
Notes: Wing C 709; Danton, Library Quarterly, July, 1942, pp. 438-456.
Title-page mounted.
First series of pages: p. 91 mispaged 19; second series of pages: p. 126 mispaged 129; 249, 259; 293, 593.
For notes on the collation of this copy, see the Bibliographical file.
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Willis.
Description: 63 preliminary leaves, 1-148 pages, 1 leaf, [1]-2 [1]-306, 301-320 pages frontispiece (portrait) 16.6 cm
Contents: The lady-errant, a tragi-comedy.--The royall-slave, a tragi-comedy. 3d. ed.--The ordinary, a comedy.--The siedge: or, Love's convert, a tragi-comedy.--Poems.

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