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Shakespeare, William, Rowe, Nicholas. The works of Mr. William Shakespear, in nine volumes: with his life, by N. Rowe Esq; Adorn'd with cuts. To the last volume is prefix'd, I. An essay on the art, rise, and progress of the stage, in Greece, Rome, and England. II. Observations upon the most sublime passages in this author. III. A Glossary, explaining the antiquated words made use of throughout his works.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25596, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25596. Accessed 2024-06-20.

@book{ wphp_25596
  author={Shakespeare,William and Rowe,Nicholas},
  year={1714},
  title={The works of Mr. William Shakespear, in nine volumes: with his life, by N. Rowe Esq; Adorn'd with cuts. To the last volume is prefix'd, I. An essay on the art, rise, and progress of the stage, in Greece, Rome, and England. II. Observations upon the most sublime passages in this author. III. A Glossary, explaining the antiquated words made use of throughout his works.},
  publisher={Jacob Tonson I [Strand] \& Edmund Curll [Fleet Street] \& Katherine Sanger \& John Pemberton \& },
  address={London},    }

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