1 edition of Account of the behaviour of Mr. James Maclaine found in the catalog.
|Statement||printed for J. Noon; and A. Millar|
|Publishers||printed for J. Noon; and A. Millar|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|2||Eighteenth Century -- reel 10545, no. 03.|
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A complete collection of state-trials, and proceedings for high-treason, and other crimes and misdemeanours.
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which did not to hand time enough to be inserted before, electronic resource• Membership is by election and considered the highest academic honour in Ireland. Together with William Plunkett, an Irish apothecary who had attended to his wife, he decided to find a rich heiress to marry. James Maclaine from the time of his condemnation to the day of his execution October 3 1750.
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Overcome with guilt, Maclaine afterwards sent two letters to Walpole apologising for the injury and suggesting a duel if he wanted satisfaction; Walpole wisely ignored the correspondence. His brother denounced him, and from his cell Maclaine wrote a number of letters expressing regret for his actions. Allen, who attended him all that time, to assist him in his preparations for eternity. Note Reproduction of original from Cambridge University Library Control code ESTCT163953 Dimensions 80.and Available online to authorized PSU users as part of the History and geography series of Eighteenth century collections online.
Allen ] NO changes have been made to the original text. Maclaine to a friend, the morning of his execution. This proved extremely profitable and he took lodgings at St James's St.
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Undaunted, he now turned his hand to robbery and became a highwayman.
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