The Three Conjurors

The Three Conjurors

A Political Interlude. Stolen From Shakespeare. As It Was Performed at Sundry Places in Westminster; on Saturday the 30th of April, and Sunday the 1st of May. Most Humbly Dedicated to That Distressed and Unfortunate Gentleman, John Wilkes, Esq; Late Prisoner in the Tower, and Late Colonel of the Militia for the County of Buckingham, But Still Member of Parliament for Aylesbury

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Publisher: London : printed for E. Cabe, in Ave-Mary-Lane, [1763]
Characteristics: [2],26p. ; 40

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