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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    March, with an original play of serious interest by Mr. Pinero, following on with an English version of Sardou's "La Tosca." In the autunin he contemplates. visiting Birming- ham and the other principal cities of the kingdom with his own Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is noth lbeter, and ais fpiends ae hopeful that his recovea rw soon be complete- The task of adapting "La Tosca," for the GCrk og Theatre hbeenplced by Mr. Hare in the haado heMessrs. Grove and 13amiltn r. Down to Subscribers-only content

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    of the crew were severely scaldd. AMessrs. Grove and Henry Hamilton are jointly .ngaced upon an English version of "La Tosca," with whicg Mr. Hare purposes opening the new Garriek Theatre, London. Early in March Mr. R. Mfansfield will appear Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. flare's new theatre, the Garrick, which will be opened ,next month with Mr. Hamilton's adaptation of Sardou's *' La Tosca." For some unaccountable reason, Oxford v. Cambridge at Association football is a far less im- portant fixture than the Subscribers-only content

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    she has introduced the Mousquetaire glove, the Fedora front, the Directoire coat, the fur boa, the Tosea scarf and the Tosca hat, jewelled hairpins e la Theodora, and this winter's craze for violets. Mr. John Shaw, the well-known stock and Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, A - K

    32, 121. " Sweet, 126. " Tarn Close, 32. " Tatebeck, 241. " Tebay, 25. " Thorpey, 208, 209. " Tosca, 32, 296. " Troutbeck, 5, 30, 198, 199. " Troutbeck Church, 30, 195, 196, 198, 199. " Ulpha, 18,

    Index, L - Z

    " John, 254. " William, 249. Tommy Levens Brow , 277. Tonge , Edward, 55. Torpenhow , parson of, 85. Tosca Beck , 296. " Bridge, 32, 296. Towanson , Miles, 238. Townson , Robert, 212. Towterne , 143. Towtop

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    L' Assemblée Toscane, 1859

    le plus souvent, je ne dirai pas dans les grandes villes mais dans les recoins tes plus recutes de la Tosca ¬ ne; celui qui observe, dans tes plus modesles villages, la foute qui so presse dans un miserable cafe Subscribers-only content

    L' Assemblée Toscane, 1859

    en¬ nemis. On ne peut pas lui demander d'ouvrir ses portes a son ennemi personnel. La dynastie dechue et la Tosca ¬ ne marchent dans des voies trop differentes et trop op- posees pour qu'elles puissent jamais alter de front Subscribers-only content

    Rivista marittima., 1887

    manca- rono i conforti e la collaborazione di molti suoi connazionali. Dall 'Italia lo incuorava il dotto fisico fiorentino Paolo Tosca - nelli; al congresso di Salamanca, dove egli sostenne con tanta sapienza ed energia la sua tesi contro 1' Subscribers-only content

    Il papa e gl'italiani: i Borboni ed i Napoletani, 1860

    re dall' Italia il tiranno maggiore, cioe il dominio Au- striaco e poscia i tirannelli di Parm a, Modena e Tosca ¬ na. Se i generosi Siciliani si son sottratti dai dominio Borbonico, solo noi Napoletani, vorremo tenere appo noi Subscribers-only content

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