An interview between Charles the First and Oliver Cromwell [manuscript], 1840?

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Maclise, Daniel, 1806-1870. An interview between Charles the First and Oliver Cromwell [manuscript], 1840?

An interview between Charles the First and Oliver Cromwell [manuscript], 1840?

Autograph essay signed by Daniel Maclise. Regarding Charles I's surrender to the English commissioners, his subsequent interview with General Cromwell and other officers, and a picture depicting this event [not included with item]. Also, on the back is a line from a play entitled Macbeth and the weird sisters, [William Charles?] Macready as Macbeth.

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