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Richardson, Joseph. Literary Relics of the late Joseph Richardson, Esq. (Formerly of St. John's College, Cambridge) Barrister, and Member for Newport in Cornwall. Dedicated by Permission, to His Grace the Duke of Northumberland: consisting of the comedy of the fugitive, and a few short poems; with a sketch of the life of the author by an intimate friend; in which those numbers of the Rolliads and Probationary Odes written by Mr. Richardson and Particularized. The Whole collected and prepared for the press by Mrs. Richardson, his widow.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 12571, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/12571. Accessed 2024-04-25.

@book{ wphp_12571
  author={Richardson,Joseph},
  year={1807},
  title={Literary Relics of the late Joseph Richardson, Esq. (Formerly of St. John's College, Cambridge) Barrister, and Member for Newport in Cornwall. Dedicated by Permission, to His Grace the Duke of Northumberland: consisting of the comedy of the fugitive, and a few short poems; with a sketch of the life of the author by an intimate friend; in which those numbers of the Rolliads and Probationary Odes written by Mr. Richardson and Particularized. The Whole collected and prepared for the press by Mrs. Richardson, his widow.},
  publisher={James Ridgway [170 Piccadilly] \& },
  address={London},    }

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