[muh k-ree-dee, muh-kree-]
- William Charles,1793–1873, English actor.
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A tragedy was offered to Mr. Macready, or Mr. Webster, in thirty acts.The Jest Book
Macready was one of his innermost circle, and he had other friends on the stage.Victorian Worthies</p>
George Henry Blore
That course, Mr. Macready, will not bring her into any port known to the Board of Trade.The Sins of Sverac Bablon
They were as classical, in their way, as Macready's Roman mob.
The moment I arrived here, I enquired, of course, after Macready.The Letters of Charles Dickens
- William Charles. 1793–1873, English actor and theatre manager
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