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Useful miscellanies: containing, I. A Preface of the publisher of the tragi-comedy of Joan of Hedington. II. The Tragi-comedy of Joan of Hedington, in imitation of Shakespear. III. Some account of Horace his behaviour during his stay at Trinity-College, in Cambridge. With an Ode to entreat his departure thence; together with a copy of his medal taken out of Trinity-College Buttery, by a well-wisher to that society. Part I.

Useful miscellanies: containing, I. A Preface of the publisher of the tragi-comedy of Joan of Hedington. II. The Tragi-comedy of Joan of Hedington, in imitation of Shakespear. III. Some account of Horace his behaviour during his stay at Trinity-College, in Cambridge. With an Ode to entreat his departure thence; together with a copy of his medal taken out of Trinity-College Buttery, by a well-wisher to that society. Part I.

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Joan of Hedington.
Creator: King, William, 1663-1712 King, William, 1663-1712. Tragi-comedy of Joan of Hedington. 1712
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Date: 1712.
Publisher: Printed for Bernard Lintott,
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Anonymous. By William King.
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40 p. : illus. ; 19 cm.
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