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woman never vext; or: The widow of Cornhill

William Rowley

woman never vext; or: The widow of Cornhill

a comedy in five acts

by William Rowley

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Published by John Cumberland in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementwith alterations and additions by J.R. Planché; printed from the acting copy, with remarks biographical and critical by D-G.
SeriesCumberland"s British Theatre [ca.1825-1855]; 8
ContributionsPlanché, J. R. 1796-1880., Daniel, George.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19889049M

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