(The Appin Murder)
1752 by M. Melville Balfour
Cast, in order of speaking
The action passes
1. On the road to Fort William
2. At Inverary
3. At Ballachulish
William Roughead, W.S.
Production by John Gough
See the article by William Roughead on page 13
Stewart of Edinglassie, agent for the pannel:
Saunders, his clerk:
James Stewart of the Glen:
The Lord Advocate, counsel for the Crown:
John Breck Maccoll: Eric
John Beg Maccoll: John
Colin Maclaren: Archibald
Duncan Campt ell: William
Malcolm Maccoll: James
Mungo Campbell: Ian
Donald Stewart: Hector
Alexander Stewart: Tom
George Brown, of Coalstoun, counsel for the pannel:
Rex de la
John Mackenzie, witness:
The Lord Justice-General (The Duke of Argyll):
E. J. P.
Stewart of Ballachulish:
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