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Citation And Examination Of William Shakspeare, Euseby Treen, Joseph Carnaby, And Silas Gough, Clerk
by Walter Savage Landor
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Short excerpt: About one hour before noontide the youth WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, accused of deer-stealing, and apprehended for that offence, was brought into the great hall at Charlecote, where, having made his obeisance, it was most graciously permitted him to stand.
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