Pizarro: A Tragedy, in Five Acts; as Performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane: Taken from the German Drama of Kotzebue; and Adapted to the English Stage, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Burnet, W. Gilbert, P. Wogan, R. Cross, W. Watson and Son, W. Porter, W. Jones, B. Dornin, N. Kelly, J. Milliken, J. Rice, H. Fitzpatrick, P. Moore, R. Mercier and Company T. Burnside, B. Corcoran, V. Dowling, D. Graisberry, H. Colbert, J. Boyce, and T. Codd, 1799 - 76 pages
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