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Dublin: printed by and for Sarah Cotter; and J. Whiston, W. Strahan, J. Davis, W. Owen, [and 17 others]. Reprint of the 6th edition, edited by Thomas Hollis. Dublin: printed for J. Sheppard and G. By John Locke, Esq; The sixth edition. Glasgow, printed by W. Paton for R. Smith, bookseller, Paisley, and D. Boag, the publisher. Brown, Butler, W. Reid, W. Sharpe, and John Bumpus, Rivington [and others], Routledge ; New York : E. Dutton, .
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