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The Alexandræan, a Tragedie. 1605, vernment, edited by T. P. Pantin. Oxford, 4to. 1842, 8vo. 11. 18. For a continuation of
The Monarchicke Tragedies, Crosus,
and Darius. this work, see INETT, John, D.D.
By William Alexander of Sermons preached on several Occasions. Menstrie. Lond. V. S. and G. Elde, for Lond. 1696-98, 8vo. 3 vols. portrait.
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