Cymbeline: King of Britain. A tragedy, written by Shakespear. With some alterations, by Charles Marsh. As it was agreed to be acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.
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<:sourceLibrary>:Cambridge University Library
<:imprintFull>:London : printed for Charles Marsh, 1759. <:collation>:,82p. : 8°:
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