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In order to induce a belief that the Earl Rivers , on account of a criminal connection with whom , Lady Macclesfield is said to have been divorced from her husband , by Act of Parliament , had a peculiar anxiety ...
It is stated , that Lady Macclesfield having lived for some time upon very uneasy terms with her husband , thought a publick confession of adultery the most obvious and expeditious method of obtaining her liberty ; and Johnson ...
picious , that three different accounts of the Life of Richard Savage , one published in The Plain Dealer , in 1724 , another in 1727 , and another by the powerful pen of Johnson , in 1744 , and all of them while Lady Macclesfield ...
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