Professional Imaginative Writing in England, 1670-1740: Hackney for Bread

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Bibliography

The place of publication is London wherever it is omitted.


MANUSCRIPT SOURCES

British Library (BL) Add. MSS 47131, fo. 96.

_____ Upcott Collection, Original assignments of MSS between authors and publishers principally for dramatic works, from the year 1703- 1810. BL Add. MS 38, 728.

Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson 72, fo. 65. Wiltshire Record Office, Salisbury Museum Collection, MS 164/13/5.


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