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Pandolfo Attonito! or Lord Galloway's Poetical Lamentation on the Removal of the Arm-Chairs from the Pit at the Opera House. [By T. J. Mathias.] Print By Captain John Stewart, Bsc(hons) PhD (University of Birmingham UK (Emeritus))

Pandolfo Attonito! or Lord Galloway's Poetical Lamentation on the Removal of the Arm-Chairs from the Pit at the Opera House. [By T. J. Mathias.] Print by Captain John Stewart, Bsc(hons) PhD (University of Birmingham UK (Emeritus))

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1241032181
Pandolfo Attonito! or Lord Galloway's Poetical Lamentation on the Removal of the Arm-Chairs from the Pit at the Opera House. [By T. J. Mathias.] Print by Captain John Stewart, Bsc(hons) PhD (University of Birmingham UK (Emeritus))
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British Library, Historical Print Editions
2011-02-01
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