Secret Memoirs of the Late Mr. Duncan Campbel: The Famous Deaf and Dumb Gentleman by Duncan Campbel

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Duncan Campbel
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250
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9781331567141
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Excerpt from Secret Memoirs of the Late Mr. Duncan Campbel: The Famous Deaf and Dumb Gentleman

S no Perfon who has made any Noife in the World, either for good of bad @alifications, can die without exciting a Curiofity in the Publick to know fomething' more after his Death, than could poilibly be learned while he lived, I doubt not, but as foon as I {hall ceafi to he, feveral Pens will be employed in relating what I have heen and therefore think it more proper to write my own Life (with which I am certainly bell: acquainted) than to leave it to the Mercy of fome Hackney Scribler or other, who, perhaps, is altogether ignorant of every Thing concerning me but my Name and Profellion.

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