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Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden :Mr. Frederick Gye having in the most generous spirit placed this theatre at the disposal of the council for a benefit in aid of the funds of the Royal Dramatic College, this evening, Thursday, March 29, 1860: the entertainments will commence ... with the first act of Sir Bulwer Lytton's play of Money : to be succeeded by the trial scene from Shakspeare's Merchant of Venice ... after which, a selection from the late Douglas Jerrold's nautical drama of Black-eyed Susan ... to be followed by a scene from the fifth act of Macbeth ... the screen scene from the fourth act of Sheridan's comedy of School for scandal ... during the evening, a selection of vocal music ... J. Maddison Morton's farce of Box & Cox ... the celebrated Christy Minstrels will give selections from their popular entertainment : to conclude with the new and successful sketch, by Montague Williams and F. C. Burnand ... entitled B. B. ...
(Printed by Peel's Steam Machine, 1860)
Tremont Theatre : First appearance in Boston of Mademoiselle Fanny Elssler ... She will make her debut in the grand ballet of La Tarentule! And will appear in her celebrated dance of the Cracovienne! : First appearance of Mons. J. Sylvain from the Royal Academie, Paris ... This evening, Monday, Sept. 7th, 1840, will be presented ... La Tarentule ... to be followed by the farce, in one act, called The Captain is Not Amiss! ... The performance will commence with the prelude of the Bath Road ... The comedy of Nicholas Nickleby is in revival : Mr. and Mrs. Creswick are engaged, and will shortly appear ...
(Eastburn's Press, 1840)
Miss O'Neill's night :Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden: This present Saturday, April 29 1815, will be acted the tragedy of the Grecian daughter ... After which (2nd time) Milton's revived masque of Comus ... the original musick by Handel and Arne, with additions by Bishop, the overture by Cherubini. ... Mr. Kemble will perform on Monday, Coriolanus, on Thursday, The Stranger ... After which, the new melo-drama called The Forest of Bondy, or, The Dog of Mortargis ... after which, The Sleep walker, to which will be added, Zembuca ...
(E. Macleish, 1815)
Theatre Royal, Sadler's Wells :Lessee, Thomas Longden Greenwood ... Under the management of Mrs. Warner and Mr. Phelps of the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane, Covent Garden, and Haymarket, Friday, August 16th, 1844, and Saturday, 17th, the performances will commence with the admired play of The Stranger ... After which, the interlude of A Thumping legacy ... To conclude with the laughable farce all Bachelors' Buttons.
(S. G. Fairbrother and Son, printers, 1844)
Bully Fag and Hero
(London: Jarrold and Sons, 1897)
'Twixt heaven and earth
(United Service Publishing Co., 1889)
Not for Sale: A Selection of Imaginative Pieces
(Adelaide, Australia: Sims & Elliott, 1869)
A Mystic Mirage
(New York : G.W. Dillingham, 1897)