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The genuine arguments of the council, with the opinion of the Court of King's Bench, on cause shewn, Why an Information should not be exhibited against John Stephen James, Joseph Clarke, Esqrs. Ralph Aldus, Attorney at Law, William Augustus Miles, James Sparks, and Thomas Leigh; for a riotous conspiracy, founded In private premeditated Malice, to deprive Charles Macklin, one of the Comedians, belonging to the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, of his Livelihood; by forcibly compelling the acting Manager of the said Theatre, against his Will, to discharge the said Charles Macklin for ever there-from; formally and publicly, on the Stage of the said Theatre.
- Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797.
- MDCCLXXIV. 
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London : sold by J. Williams, No. 39, Fleet Street, MDCCLXXIV. 
,72p. ; 8⁰.
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