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It was right at the last. A farce of two acts. By Thomas Horde, jun. Esq. ...
by printed for, and sold by the author, at the Grammar-School at Stow-in-the-Wold; also by R. Bliss, Oxford in Oxford
Written in English
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1983. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 730, no. 22).
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It was right at the last. A farce of two acts. By Thomas Horde, jun. Esq. Author of Leander and Hero, and Zelida, Tragedies ; Damon and Phebe, an Opera ; Dramatic Love, Disappointed Villainy, The Empirick, As the World Goes, The Paradise of Fools, and, The Pretended Puritan, Entertainments.
Get this from a library. It was right at the last. A farce of two acts. By Thomas Horde, jun. Esq. [Thomas Horde]. It was right at the last: a farce of two acts. [Thomas Horde; George Farquhar] Book Microform: eBook: Micro-opaque: EnglishView all editions and formats: by Thomas Horde, jun.
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As the world goes Fleuron N Horde, Thomas. Schoolmaster and publisher. The whimsical serenade. A farce of two acts. By Thomas Horde, jun. Esq. Printed for the author, and sold by him at the Grammar-School, Stow on the Wold, Glocestershire.
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By Thomas Horde, jun. Esq. At the Grammar School in Stow, Gloucestershire ; Author of Leander and Hero, -And Zelida ; Tragedies. Damon and Phebe ; An Opera. Dramatic Love, -Disappointed Villainy, -The Emperick, -As the World Goes, -Paradise of Fools, -Pretended Puritan, -It was Right at the Last, -And.
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