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I created this image by downloading the appropriate scan (image no. 5 of 57) from John Vanbrugh's The Relapse from Early English Books Online in .gif format in the highest resolution available (400% of original size), cropping it in Adobe Photoshop to get one page instead of two, and saving the result as a .png file. Bibliographical information:

Title: The relapse, or, Virtue in danger being the sequel of The fool in fashion : a comedy acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Author: Vanbrugh, John, Sir,
Imprint: [London] : Printed for Samuel Briscoe,
Date: 1697
Bib Name / Number: Wing / V57
No. pages: , 106 p.
Notes: Reproduction of original in the University of Texas Library.
Copy from: University of Texas Library
UMI Collection / reel number: Early English Books, 1641—1700 1217:04
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