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Plotwell, Joan. The ragged uproar: Or, The Oxford roratory: a new dramatic satire; in many scenes, and one very long act. In which is introduced, the A-la-mode system of Fortune-telling. Originally plann'd by Joan Plotwell; and continued by several truly eminent hands, well vers'd in the art of designing. The whole concluding with an important scene of witches, gypies, and fortune-tellers; a long jumbling dance of politicians; and an epilogue spoken by Mary Squires, &c. flying on broom-sticks.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 5087, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/5087. Accessed 2022-08-08.

@book{ wphp_5087
  author={Plotwell,Joan},
  year={1754},
  title={The ragged uproar: Or, The Oxford roratory: a new dramatic satire; in many scenes, and one very long act. In which is introduced, the A-la-mode system of Fortune-telling. Originally plann'd by Joan Plotwell; and continued by several truly eminent hands, well vers'd in the art of designing. The whole concluding with an important scene of witches, gypies, and fortune-tellers; a long jumbling dance of politicians; and an epilogue spoken by Mary Squires, &c. flying on broom-sticks.},
  publisher={G. Pote},
  address={London},    }

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