Marcus Clarke 1846-1881

report of the Marcus Clarke Centenary Committee. by Marcus Clarke Centenary Committee.

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Marcus Clarke 1846-1881 book Andrew Hislop Clarke (), journalist and novelist, was born on 24 April at 11 Leonard Place, Kensington, London, the only child of William Hislop Clarke, a Chancery lawyer, and. Marcus Andrew Hislop Clarke (), journalist and novelist, was born on 24 April at 11 Leonard Place, Kensington, London, the only child of William Hislop Clarke, a Chancery.

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