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Shakespeare, William, Newbery, Elizabeth. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Tragedy, Written by William Shakspeare, Marked with the Variations in the Manager’s Book, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 15191, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/15191. Accessed 2021-12-02.

Shakespeare, William and Elizabeth Newbery. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Tragedy, Written by William Shakspeare, Marked with the Variations in the Manager’s Book, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. London: Charles Bathurst [26 Fleet Street], William Strahan, Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], Thomas Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], Robert Horsfield, William Owen and Son, Thomas Caslon, Stanley Crowder, Benjamin White, T. Longman, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Charles Dilly, Thomas Cadell [London], George Keith, T. Bowles, James Robson, George Robinson [ii], Thomas Payne and Son, Robert Baldwin I, H. L. Gardner, James Nichols, John Bew [Paternoster Row], William Cater, W. Stuart, S. A. Cumberlege, John Fielding [23 Paternoster], Thomas Evans [32 Paternoster Row], Samuel Hayes, Elizabeth Newbery, 1782.

Shakespeare , W., & Newbery , E. (1782). Hamlet, prince of denmark, tragedy, written by william shakspeare, marked with the variations in the manager’s book, at the theatre royal in drury-lane. London: Charles Bathurst [26 Fleet Street] William Strahan. Francis, Charles and John Rivington. Lockyer Davis [High Holborn] Thomas Lowndes [77 Fleet Street] Robert Horsfield. William Owen and Son. Thomas Caslon. Stanley Crowder. Benjamin White. T. Longman. Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795] Charles Dilly. Thomas Cadell [London] George Keith. T. Bowles. James Robson. George Robinson [ii] Thomas Payne and Son. Robert Baldwin I. H. L. Gardner. James Nichols. John Bew [Paternoster Row] William Cater. W. Stuart. S. A. Cumberlege. John Fielding [23 Paternoster] Thomas Evans [32 Paternoster Row] Samuel Hayes. Elizabeth Newbery.

Shakespeare, William, and Elizabeth Newbery. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Tragedy, Written by William Shakspeare, Marked with the Variations in the Manager’s Book, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. London: Charles Bathurst [26 Fleet Street], William Strahan, Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], Thomas Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], Robert Horsfield, William Owen and Son, Thomas Caslon, Stanley Crowder, Benjamin White, T. Longman, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Charles Dilly, Thomas Cadell [London], George Keith, T. Bowles, James Robson, George Robinson [ii], Thomas Payne and Son, Robert Baldwin I, H. L. Gardner, James Nichols, John Bew [Paternoster Row], William Cater, W. Stuart, S. A. Cumberlege, John Fielding [23 Paternoster], Thomas Evans [32 Paternoster Row], Samuel Hayes, Elizabeth Newbery, 1782.

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  title={Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Tragedy, Written by William Shakspeare, Marked with the Variations in the Manager’s Book, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.},
  publisher={Charles Bathurst [26 Fleet Street] \& William Strahan \& Francis, Charles and John Rivington \& Lockyer Davis [High Holborn] \& Thomas Lowndes [77 Fleet Street] \& Robert Horsfield \& William Owen and Son \& Thomas Caslon \& Stanley Crowder \& Benjamin White \& T. Longman \& Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795] \& Charles Dilly \& Thomas Cadell [London] \& George Keith \& T. Bowles \& James Robson \& George Robinson [ii] \& Thomas Payne and Son \& Robert Baldwin I \& H. L. Gardner \& James Nichols \& John Bew [Paternoster Row] \& William Cater \& W. Stuart \& S. A. Cumberlege \& John Fielding [23 Paternoster] \& Thomas Evans [32 Paternoster Row] \& Samuel Hayes \& Elizabeth Newbery},
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