Memoirs of Charles Macklin, Comedian: With the Dramatic Characters, Manners, Anecdotes, &c., of the Age in Which He Lived, Forming an History of the Stage During Almost the Whole of the Last Century, and a Chronological List of All the Parts Played by Him
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Public curiosity, almost ever since the first establishment of a Theatre in this country, has demanded some account of the lives and charac ters of 1ts eminent professors. Men, who have1 been so much the brief abstract and chronicles of the times, acquire popular favour both from the entertainment and utility they aford; for, as they are generally not inattentive observers of mankind and represent them under all their se veral designations, their own characters are sup posed to hear some distinguished impression.
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