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The Famous Historye of the Life and Death of Captaine Thomas Stukeley [electronic resource]: With His Marriage to Alderman Curteis Daughter, and Valiant Ending of His Life at the Battaile of Alcazar

As it hath beene Acted
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Published
Cambridge, England : Chadwyck-Healey Ltd., 1995.
Language
English
Related Title
Elizabethan verse drama.
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Access restricted to UVA and VIVA users.
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The English Verse Drama Full-Text Database. Cambridge, England : Chadwyck-Healey Ltd., 1995.
Notes
Preliminaries omitted.
Local Notes
Electronic access sponsored by VIVA, the Virtual Library of Virginia.
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Transcribed from : The Famous Historye of the life and death of Captaine Thomas Stukeley. With his marriage to Alderman Curteis Daughter, and valiant ending of his life at the Battaile of Alcazar. As it hath beene Acted. London : Printed for Thomas Pauyer [etc.], 1605.
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