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        Newgate's Lamentation, or the Ladys Last farewell of Maclean, 1750

        English School, (18th century). Medium: engraving. Date: 1750. "Captain" James MacLaine (occasionally "Maclean", "MacLean", or "Maclane") (1724?50) was a notorious highwayman. Maclean's trial and imprisonment was the subject of much society interest and he was said to have received 3,000 visitors while he was in jail. He was eventually hanged at Tyburn on 3 October 1750. Provenance: Private Collection.

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