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Page 207 - collated verbatim with the most authentic copies, and revised ; with the corrections and illustrations of various commentators ; to which are added, an essay on the chronological order of his plays ; an essay relative to Shakespeare and Jonson ; a dissertation on the three parts of King Henry VI. ; an historical account of the English stage; and notes.
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