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In his farce called the Orators, the celebrated Cocklane Ghost is indicted by the name of Fanny the Phantom, for that, contrary to the King's peace, it did annoy, assault, and terrify divers persons residing in Cocklane and elsewhere, in the county of Middlesex. The senior counsel objects to his client pleading to the indictment, unless she is tried by her equals in rank, and therefore he moves the indictment be quashed, unless a jury of ghosts be first had and obtained.

ЖАНР
Специальная литература
ДАТА ВЫХОДА
1832
21 сентября
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EN
английский
ОБЪЕМ
70
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ИЗДАТЕЛЬ
Public Domain
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39.7
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