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2 edition of Polly Peachum on fire, The beggars opera blown up, and Capt. Mackheath entangled in his bazzle-strings. ... Wherein also are contained, I. Polly"s description of a terrible hairy monster, ... II. A dialogue between Polly and Punch William, in the Quaker"s dialect found in the catalog.

Polly Peachum on fire, The beggars opera blown up, and Capt. Mackheath entangled in his bazzle-strings. ... Wherein also are contained, I. Polly"s description of a terrible hairy monster, ... II. A dialogue between Polly and Punch William, in the Quaker"s dialect

Polly Peachum on fire, The beggars opera blown up, and Capt. Mackheath entangled in his bazzle-strings. ... Wherein also are contained, I. Polly"s description of a terrible hairy monster, ... II. A dialogue between Polly and Punch William, in the Quaker"s dialect

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Published by printed for A. Moore in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 1281, no. 3.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2],29,[1]p.
Number of Pages29
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16855483M


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