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A Tragi-comedy: Called, Match mee in London. As it hath beene often Presented; First, at the Bull in St Iohns-street; And lately, at the Priuate-House in Drvry-Lane, called the Phœnix.

1631

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A Tragi-comedy: Called, Match mee in London. As it hath beene often Presented; First, at the Bull in St Iohns-street; And lately, at the Priuate-House in Drvry-Lane, called the Phœnix.

1631

Auteur: Dekker, Thomas
Titre: A Tragi-comedy: Called, Match mee in London. As it hath beene often Presented; First, at the Bull in St Iohns-street; And lately, at the Priuate-House in Drvry-Lane, called the Phœnix.
Lieu d'édition: London
Editeur: Printed by B. Alsop and T. Fawcett, for H. Seile, at the Tygers-head in St Pauls Church-yard.
Date: 1631
Langue: English
Nombre de scans: 96
Type: Print
Code barre: 1072056439
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