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Comedy. As it is Acted at the Duke's The Svrveyor in Foure bookes. London Theatre. London, Printed by T. M. for Printed by W. Stansby for W. Burre. W. Cademan ... 1677. 4°. A, 2 leaves : 1616. Folio, A-X 3 in sixes, including

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The English Lawyer; A Comedy : Acted Charles.

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Ravenscroft, Gent. London, Printed by comes a preface dated from the author's

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The London Cuckolds. A Comedy, As
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Edward Ravenscroft, Gent. London, F 2 blank. B. M.

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London, Printed for Daniel Brown .

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Written by Mr. Ravenscroft. With The The Careless Lovers : A Comedy Acted at the Duke's Theatre. Written by

Loves of Mars and Venus. A Play set to

Musick. Written by Mr. Motteux. As
Edward Ravenscrofte, Gent. London,
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they are Acted together at the New 4°, A-L in fours.

Theatre, in Little Lincolns-Inn-Fields.

London, Printed, and are to be Sold by Mamamouchi, Or the Citizen turn'd Gen- R. Baldwin, . . . 1697. 4o. Title and tleman. A Comedy Acted at the Duke's dedication to Thomas Ravenscroft, High Theatre. By Edw. Ravenscroft, Gent. Sheriff of Flintshire, 2 leaves : a*, 2 London, Printed for Thomas Dring leaves : B*-L* 2 in fours: Motteux's 1675. 4°, A-K in fours. Dedicated to

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Church in the Town and County of NewWilliam Crook . . . 1677. 4°, B-L in Castle upon Tine. . . . London, Printed fours, and the title.

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