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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    gee as the under- strappers and the Banb'iry-cake men ? Wshat so clever, in tt1eir way, as thIe heels of Harlequin and tie jaws of the Clown ? and what so gay dina eternal as the m wc, whirll raen Subscribers-only content

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    of which the run of the Pantomime is at present interrupted. It is but a'few evenings ago, since ELLAR; the Harlequin at Covent- Garden, broke two of hisfingers in taking a leap. Miss SOstntrviLLS has resigned her articles at Coveiit- Subscribers-only content

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    criticism. The modern pantomime appears to me to be capable of great improvement withbout losing ahUV of it's essential qualities. Harlequin is a very wUerry personlEage; ]his many-coloured habit, his fantas. tic dances, his disjointed jumps and postures, 11is con- Subscribers-only content

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    THE EXAMINER. . LON~fDOY5' SuD4Y. J ASU u 24. A LE'TTEr from Amtwerp aniounces an EmS argo, n the Freach ports, upon alt foreign vessels, neotral ibd allied. This is one of -Ehose violent measares which originate in, the Subscribers-only content

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    sTORkcr indnlges her triumphant spirit alter ce'uti._;g the t'wo old noblemen: she jumpsabout iike MJr. o. % r- BEnT turned Harlequin, lifts tip her arnms, silaps hlr fingers, shakes the purse with a very vulgar gaiet' of defia~ce, and/indeed siakes Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Economic and Social History Social History since 1815

    'many of the most respectable families of the town and neighbourhood' were attracted. 60 In 1841 the first Victorian-style pantomime, Harlequin and the Knight of the Silver Shield , or the Golden Mill , 61 was produced at the Theatre.

    Hornsey , including Highgate Social and cultural activities

    Swiss Cottage libr., Heal Colln., A III. G. Rudé, Hanoverian Lond . 95. Songs, Airs etc. in the Entertainment of Harlequin Teague ( 1782 ). An earlier date is mistakenly given in Hone , Every-Day Bk . ii. 378. Childe

    Parishes Burnham with Lower Boveney

    in the 17th century to the Eyres of East Burnham . 29 The name may perhaps have been corrupted into Harlequin 's or Hardicanute's Moat , names by which a square moated inclosure of about 2 acres in the Beeches


    two miles, gentlemen riders, won by Mr. Harrison 's Pantaloon; 2nd, Mr. Drake 's Farewell ; 3rd, Lord Anson 's Harlequin . (2) A 50-guinea stake for hunters, also won by Pantaloon. (3) A minor race run in heats; and

    Index A-J

    ., Church Row , Church St ., Conduit Lane, Douglas Rd ., Field Lane , Grove Rd ., Hanworth Rd., Harlequin Ave., Hartland Rd., Heath Rd ., Inwood Rd ., Link Lane , London Rd ., Lower Sq., Mogden Lane,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 May 1723, 8 May 1723

    floufc; and his Departure, or Abfence, from thence ; and as to the laid George Kelly's bringing a Dog, called Harlequin, to her Houfe", as from Fuirxe, for the Bifhop of Rochefier; and the faid Doe's having a Le* 1 Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1723, 10 May 1723

    Public Notary, of an Oath mentioned to be made by Mr. Birmagen, a Surgeon at Paris, relating to the Dog Harlequin, dated 3d May, 1723; and a Paper, which was proved to be a true Tranflation thereof. "Which Tranflation was Subscribers-only content

    31 August 1820, 31 August 1820

    him play any thing upon that " Theatre with Her Royal Highness ?" " Yes he once dressed like, a Harlequin, and Her " Hoyal Highness dressed like Columbine." " When Pergami first came into the Service of Her " Subscribers-only content

    11 October 1820, 11 October 1820

    think it was." " Who performed the Part of Harlequin ?" " I have seen Louis Pergami dressed as Harlequin ; he had the Dress." " Having recollected who was the Harlequin, do you not remember that Her Royal Highness Subscribers-only content

    11 October 1820, 11 October 1820

    Harlequin, and it was that which impressed upon my " Memory that he was dressed as a Harlequin; that " Evening we all danced together, and I was dressed as " a Greek." " As in this Piece of Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Vitruvian Lodge

    Lodge Number (1863): 87 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Constitution, Drury Lane, London 1810 Harlequin, Drury Lane, London 1811 Crown, Woburn Street, Russell Square, London 1812 Hercules Pillars, Great Queen Street, London 1812 Freemasons'

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HARLEY, Robert (1661-1724), of Brampton Bryan, Herefs.

    HARLEY, Robert (1661-1724), of Brampton Bryan, Herefs. Constituency Dates Tregony 6 Apr. 1689 1690 New Radnor Boroughs 12 Nov. 1690 23 May 1711 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Herefs. Mar.–Nov. 1689; freeman, New Radnor 1690, Ludlow 1701; steward of crown manors,


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