2 edition of Pre-Victorian drama in Dublin. found in the catalog.
Pre-Victorian drama in Dublin.
S C. Hughes
Facsimile reprint of edition first published, 1904.
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He was second son of Richard Dobbs (–), Rector of Clougherny and Lisburn, and his wife Mary Young of Lisnane, and nephew of Arthur Dobbs, the governor of North Carolina.
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