The King and the Miller of Mansfield
The original text
Described as a "dramatic tale" of King Henry II, and was produced at Drury Lane, and received with much applause in 1837. Printed for the author, at Tully's Head, Pall-Mall; and sold by T. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster Row.
Dodsley wrote a sequel, Sir John Cockle at Court, a farce, which appeared in 1738.
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