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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr elfen ddinystriol hyd nes y b,:dd yr boll le wedi ei lwyr ddifa. Felly yr ydoedd yn y National Theatre, a chyn cyr- haeddiad y fire brigade, yr oedd yr boll le wedi ei ddinystrio. Yn Nice, oherwydi difyg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NATIONAL THEATRE, PALACE-YARD. The Menagers of the National Theatre (Messrs. Leaveyour- troddle, Tortilrederrv, and Sadmouth) respectfully inform the N.bility, Gentry, and Public in geiteril, that ever since the uithdrawal of tle tragi-cornedy of The Sacrtfice of Caroline, or Ioez reirecordo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be had been pleased with a la of the said Rubini." - Ngw YoRs TseaATRICALS.-Mr Hackett has purchased the National Theatre, in this citv, and at the close of the present season Wvill proceed to Europe to secure all the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Buenos Ayres Briti-lh packet (recently arrived) gives the fol. lowing account of a tragedy lately brought out at the National Theatre there, which shows tlhe very extensive knowledge which the people of that portion of the civilized globe have of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Theatre, with the resolution to devote his utmost zeal, labour, and industry to improving the condition of that great National Theatre, and with the hope of interesting the public in his favour by his humble but strenuous endeavours toadvance the Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Wondrous adventures of St. William the woodcutter, the genuine grand old man ...: a tragic extravaganza, etc., 1884

    TO THE INTERESTS OF THE RENOWNED JOHN BULL . A GRAND TRAGIC EXTRAVAGANZA, As played with great Iclat at the National Theatre , St. Stephen ' s. JOHN HEYWOOD , Deansgate and RiDGcnnLD, Manchester ; and 11, Paternoster Buildings, LONDOX. Subscribers-only content

    Slavs and Turks: the border lands of Islam in Europe., 1875

    shops and hotels, and many of the best private houses, besides the Prince's residence, and the National Theatre . Curious wooden bridges are thrown across the river, and connect por¬ tions of the town. The palace is not an elegant Subscribers-only content

    Two and two make four, 1893

    its variations of dialect and intonation. The English, however, as it was spoken by Lady Sidney and in the National Theatre , was rapidly coming to be accepted as a standard by ah the communities of our world-encircling race. The Subscribers-only content

    Two and two make four, 1893

    with Lady Brooke - In Place of Morning Service The Saint of the Day": St. Francis of Assisi The National Theatre of the Press : Interview with Miss Robins Yesterdays Long Ago : The Battle of Salamis The Reading Public Subscribers-only content

    Two and two make four, 1893

    said Miss Robins , " can never be realised until wc have a National Theatre ." " But why should we not start a National Theatre " I asked. " AVe can at least build it on the astral plane." Subscribers-only content

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