Catalogue of the Private Library of Thomas Dowse: Of Cambridge, Mass., Presented to the Massachusetts Historical Society, July 30, 1856

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J. Wilson & son, 1870 - 214 pages

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Page 174 - Miscellaneous Papers and Legal Instruments under the Hand and Seal of William Shakspeare ; including the Tragedy of King Lear, and a small Fragment of Hamlet, from the original Manuscripts in the Possession of Samuel Ireland, of Norfolk Street.
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