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The evil and danger of stage-plays: shewing their natural tendency to destroy religion, and introduce a general corruption of manners; in almost two thousand instances, taken from the plays of the two last years, against all the methods lately used for their reformation.

Author: Arthur Bedford
Publisher: Bristol, W. Bonny; London, H. Mortlock, 1706.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works
Panel-stamped bindings (Binding)
Cancellation (Printing)
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Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Bedford
OCLC Number: 13604546
Notes: Title in double rule box.
Leaf B1 (p.1-2) cancelled. The caption title of the cancellandum reads: Hell upon earth: or, The language of the play-house. The cancellans caption title reads: The evil and danger of Stage-plays.
Errata: p.[229].
Advertisement: p.[231].
Pages [228] and [232] blank.
Description: 7 p. l., 227 p., 2 l. 20 cm.
Responsibility: By Arthur Bedford.

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