[Eighteenth century English drama printed in Dublin and Belfast : a collection of ten plays]. 1763-1799.

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O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833. [Eighteenth century English drama printed in Dublin and Belfast : a collection of ten plays].

[Eighteenth century English drama printed in Dublin and Belfast : a collection of ten plays]. 1763-1799.

10 pamphlets in 1 v. ; 18 cm.

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