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Acting Magistrates commiting themselves being their first appearance as performed at the National Theatre Covent Garden

by James Gillray

Acting Magistrates commiting themselves being their first appearance as performed at the National Theatre Covent Garden - James Gillray
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Acting Magistrates commiting themselves being their first appearance as performed at the National Theatre Covent Garden - James Gillray

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English: "Acting Magistrates commiting themselves being their first appearance as performed at the National Theatre Covent Garden" oil on Canvas.
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