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Old interest: a farce, of three and forty acts. As it is perform'd with great disaffection at the Th----e in O--f--d, by none of his Majesty King George's servants, Nor by his Majesty's Command. Being A true Specimen of Old-Interst Religion, Old-Interest Politicks, Reasoning and Manners; and a full Answer to an anonymous Pamphlet, entitled, The Circumcision of Sir E. T. and to all other scurrilous Old-Interest Pamphlets, Letters, or Advertisements, that have been, or ever shall be published.
- Greenwood, George.
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London : printed for the use of those concerned in the election; and sold by J. Cook, in Pater-Noster-Row; and all the booksellers, printers, and pamphlet-shops in Oxford, 
27,p. ; 8⁰.
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