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The Shakespearian dictionary : forming a general index to all the popular expressions, and most striking passages in the works of Shakespeare : from a few words to fifty or more lines : an appropriate synonym being affixed to each extract, with a reference to the context : the whole designed to introduce the beauties of Shakespeare, into the familiar intercourse of society / by Thomas Dolby.

  • Date published


  • Publisher

    London : Smith, Elder, Co., 1832.

  • Editor

    Dolby, Thomas 1782-1856,

  • Subject

    Shakespeare, William 1564-1616 Quotations.

Later editions published under title: Dictionary of Shakespearian quotations.