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 J. Cooke, at Shakespeare's-Head, in Pater-Noster Row, [1763?]
Edition: The second edition with an additional scene and a letter to .. Lord Chief Justice Pratt
Characteristics: iv,26p. ; 40


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