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Love and madness. A story too true: in a series of letters between parties, whose names would perhaps be mentioned, were they less known, or less lamented. [By Sir Herbert Croft.] (Fourth edition.).

Author: Herbert CROFT, Sir Bart.; Thomas Chatterton; James HACKMAN; Martha Reay
Publisher: London: G. Kearsly; R. Faulder, 1780.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Herbert CROFT, Sir Bart.; Thomas Chatterton; James HACKMAN; Martha Reay
OCLC Number: 557902590
Notes: A work of fiction based on the murder of Martha Keay by James Hackman, and including an account of Thomas Chatterton. The titlepage is engraved.
Description: pp. viii, 200 [300]. 12°.

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