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Sudley, Mary. The following lines were spoken at a Fête, at Frogmore, given by Her Majesty, On The Princess Amelia's, and Princess Of Orange's Birth-Day, August the eighth, 1799. *** After Mrs. Page's first Address, near the Walls of Mrs. P's own House, now a building in which The Queen, and Princesses, sometimes sit of a Morning, a Scene was represented, selected from Shakespeare.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 6288, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/6288. Accessed 2024-02-29.

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  author={Sudley,Mary},
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  title={The following lines were spoken at a Fête, at Frogmore, given by Her Majesty, On The Princess Amelia's, and Princess Of Orange's Birth-Day, August the eighth, 1799. *** After Mrs. Page's first Address, near the Walls of Mrs. P's own House, now a building in which The Queen, and Princesses, sometimes sit of a Morning, a Scene was represented, selected from Shakespeare.},
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