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John Dryden, Samuel Garth, and Thomas Parnell. Engraving by
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John Dryden, Samuel Garth, and Thomas Parnell. Engraving by A. Cardon after Sir G. Kneller, T. Uwins and P. Scheemakers (?).

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Keywords: Anthony Cardon; John Dryden; Peeter Scheemaeckers; Godfrey Kneller; Samuel Garth; Thomas Parnell; Thomas Uwins

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