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date: 27 October 2020

Haines, John Thomaslocked

  • Gordon Goodwin
  • , revised by John Wells


Haines, John Thomas (1798/9–1843), playwright, from 1823 up to the year of his death supplied the minor theatres of London with a great many plays of the ‘blood-and-thunder’ type, which were mostly successful, and he occasionally acted in his own pieces. His sea plays gave full scope to the talents of the actor ...

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