fall of Algiers a comic opera in three acts; printed from the acting Copy by John Howard Payne

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Published by John Cumberland in London .

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Statementwith remarks biographical and critical by D-G.
SeriesCumberland"s British Theatre [ca.1825-1855]; 9
ContributionsDaniel, George.
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