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An apology for the conduct of Mr. Charles Macklin, comedian; which, it is hoped, will have some effect in favour of an aged player, by whom the public at large have for many years been uncommonly gratified ...

Publisher: London, Sold by T. Axtell, J. Swan, and all the booksellers, 1773.
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Named Person: Charles Macklin; Thomas Hallam
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 5330465
Notes: Includes account of the trial of Charles Mechlin [sic] for the murder of Thomas Hallam.
Description: 1 preliminary leaf, 38 pages frontispiece 22 cm

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