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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)