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Anon. - Cato Examin'd, 1713 (ESTC T74490)

Author(s): 
Anon.
Title: 
Cato Examin'd: or, Animadversions on the Fable or Plot, Manners, Sentiments, and Diction of the New Tragedy of Cato. With a Comparison of the Characters of the Dramatical and Historical Hero. Necessary for the Perusal of not only the Readers of Cato, but of all other Tragedies. Dedicated to Joseph Addison, Esq;
Place of Publication: 
London
Printer(s)/Publisher(s): 
Printed for John Pemberton, at the Buck and Sun against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet
Publication Year: 
1713
ESTC Number: 
T74490
Copies/Volumes: 
Oxford University - English Faculty Library, XL12.21[Cat]
Identification of copy is conjectural: no shelfmark is visible, but markings appear to be consistent with other books from Oxford's English Faculty Library (or, more to the point, markings do not appear to be consistent with books from other Oxford libraries whose holdings have been scanned as part of the Google Books project). No records from Oxford's OLIS catalog provide sufficient information to identify this copy positively.
Volume includes: Joseph Addison, Cato (ESTC T26889); Lewis Theobald, The Life and Character of Marcus Portius Cato Uticensis (ESTC T81554); Cato Examin'd (ESTC T74490); George Sewell, Observations upon Cato (ESTC T74505); and John Dennis, Remarks upon Cato (ESTC T74500).
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