Sir, I now pay you this exorbitant charge, but I must ask you to explain to Her Majesty that she must not in future look upon me as a source of income.
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|Birth:||25th November, 1775|
|Death:||12th November, 1854|
Charles Kemble was born at Brecon, South Wales. He was a British actor. After returning to England in 1792, he obtained a job in the post office, but soon resigned to go on the stage, making his first recorded appearance at Sheffield as Orlando in As You Like It in that year. His first London appearance was on 21 April 1794, as Malcolm to his brother's Macbeth. He formally retired from the stage in December 1836, but his final appearance was on 10 April 1840. For some time he held the office of examiner of plays.
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