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An Account of the Behaviour of Mr. James Maclaine From the Time of His Condemnation to the Day of His Execution, October 3, 1750

by the Reverend Dr. Allen, who attended him all that time to assist him in his preparations for eternity
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
London : Printed for J. Noon in Cheapside, and A. Millar in the Strand, 1750.
Edition
The third edition, with the addition of a letter written by Mr. Maclaine to a friend, the morning of his execution
Language
English
Summary
Maclaine, the son of a Presbyterian minister, enticed women for money, committed a series of robberies and extortions; his fast life was the subject of a burlesque in 1750. Cf. DNB.
Description
36 p. ; 20 cm. (8vo)
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
Signatures: A-D⁴, E².
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ESTC N002257
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