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  • * British History Online *

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    The winning of Glamorgan, Documents

    Beganston, Cefn Mabli, Newport, Lanrumney, Vaindre, Caldicot, Bedminster and Llanfair. Concludes thus: ] Elizabeth Herbert came with her mother to Castellau and met there with her husband Thomas Trueman of near Northampton Town, & ; isued Richard & ; others,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FUNDS of the GENERAL HOSPITAL, on AUGUST 31, SEPTEMBER 1,2, and 3,1858. Principal Vomlists-Madame Clara Novello, Mdlle Victoire Balnfe, Bladame Castellau, Madame Alboni, Miss Dolby, and Madame Viardot Garcia; Mr Sims Reeves, Mr Montem Smith, Signor Tamberlik, Signor Roncoui, Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the GENERAL HOSPITAL, on AUGUST 31, SEPTE51BEII 1 2, and 3, 188. Principal VoCAelsts-Madame &lara Iovello, Mdllo Victoire Batfc, Madame Castellau, Madame Albonl, Miss Dolby, and Madame Viardot Garcia; Mr Sims Reeves, Mr Montem Smith, Signor Tamberlik, Signor Ronconi, Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; Toledo (catital), I deasth; Toledo (provinces ' 9 caS , SD deaths; Terucl (province), o8 v C3Ies, IS deaths; Castellau (capital), 6 cases, 4 deaths Curaelau (province), 212 cases, (65 deaths; Cuen" I (cajpitsl), 33 cases, 20 deaths ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday. The variation in the cast from last year were the Elvina of Madame Rita Borio, and Zerlina of Anaide Castellau. Each gave a delightful rendering of the music; they wereboth textual andaucouraet in thestyleofthe music. Grisi was in splendid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dashing ,Itaalc, which is full of claborate and showy passages, taxing the 1Powers of the violinist to the utnmost, Mdlle. Castellau was rcwsIrdeld with more enthusiasticapplause thauisgenerallyheard at fashionable morning couccrts. The lady fully merited these tokens of approval, and Subscribers-only content

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