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California Theatre....Wednesday Afternoon, Feb. 21st, 1872. Grand Memorial Benefit to Mrs. W.H. Sedley Smith Widow of the Late Respected Stage Manager...[Caption title & partial text]. Narow folio broadside, on silk, with oval photographic portrait of W.H. Smith pasted within the text. Near fine to fine.
1872
 

[Petition Against a Dorrance Street Providence Theatre]. “To the Honorable the Board of Alderman of the City of Providence. The undersigned, FREEMEN of the City of Providence...” 6.5" wide x 84" long. With another sheet 6.5 x 8 inches. Heading printed, over 220 original signatures in ink. Printed sections have remains of red wax, pages attached to make continuous list. Very good overall with legible signatures.
1838
 

Third Annual Exhibition of the Hopedale Home School, at Lyceum Hall, Milford, Thursday Evening, Dec. 20, 1860. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside, with typographical border.
1860
 

AMES, A.D. Driven to the Wall, or True to the Last. A Play in Four Acts.
1876
 

ANON. 102. Or, the Veteran and His Progeny.
1828
 

BARKER, J.N. Marmion; Or, The Battle of Flodden Field. A Drama, in Five Acts. Performed at the Theatres Philadelphia and New York.
1816
 

BLAKE, CHARLES. An Historical Account of the Providence Stage; Being a Paper Read Before the Rhode Island Historical Society, October 25th, 1860.
1868
 

BOADEN, JAMES. The Maid of Bristol: A Play in Three Acts.
1803
 

BROWN, DAVID PAUL. Sertorius; Or, The Roman Patriot. A Tragedy.
1830
 

BROWN, DAVID PAUL. The Prophet of St. Paul's. A Play, in Five Acts.
1836
 

BURGOYNE, JOHN. The Lord of the Manor, a Comic Opera, in Three Acts. As Performed...by the American Company.
1791
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. The Lost Prince.
1907
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. The Treason & Death of Benedict Arnold.
1910
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Cupid and Psyche.
1916
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. The Antigone of Sophocles. Translated by John Jay Chapman.
1930
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. The Antigone of Sophocles. Translated by John Jay Chapman.
1930
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Homeric Scenes. Hector's Farewell and the Wrath of Achilles.
1914
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Neptune's Isle and Other Plays for Children.
1911
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Two Greek Plays. The Philoctetes of Sophocles and The Medea of Euripides. Done into English...
1928
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Two Greek Plays. The Philoctetes of Sophocles and The Medea of Euripides. Done into English...
1928
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. The Maid's Forgiveness. A Play.
1908
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Two Greek Plays. The Philoctetes of Sophocles and The Medea of Euripides. Done into English...
1928
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Homeric Scenes. Hector's Farewell and the Wrath of Achilles.
1914
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. A Sausage from Bologna. A Comedy in Four Acts.
1909
 

CLAPP, WILLIAM W. A Record of the Boston Stage.
1853
 

COWLEY, MRS. HANNAH. The Belle's Stratagem, a Comedy. With Alterations and Amendments. As Performed at the New Theatre in Boston.
1794
 

COXE, ARTHUR CLEVELA Advent, a Mystery.
1837
 

DODDERIDGE, DR. JOSE Logan, the Last of the Race of Shikellemus, Chief of the Cayuga Nation. A Dramatic Piece. To which is added the Dialogue of the Backswoodman and the Dandy, First Recited at the Buffaloe Seminary, July the 1st, 1821. Reprinted from the Virginia Edition of 1823, with an Appendix Relating to the Murder of Logan's Family.
1868
 

DODSLEY, ROBERT. The Toy-Shop; Or Sentimental Preceptor. Designed for Instruction and Amusement.
1819
 

DUNLAP, WILLIAM. Peter the Great; Or, The Russian Mother: A Play.
1814
 

FIELDING, HENRY. The Author's Farce; and the Pleasures of the Town. As Acted at the Theatre in the Hay-Market. Written by Scriblerus Secundus.
1730
 

FOWLER, MANLEY B. The Prophecy; or, Love and Friendship: a Drama, in Three Acts.
1821
 

GRANT, ROBERT. The Lambs. A Tragedy. Illustrated.
1883
 

HALL, LOUISA JANE PA Miriam; a Dramatic Poem.
1837
 

HEAD, EDWARD FRANCIS Poltroonius; a Tragic Farce. In One Act. By an Admirer of Chivalry.
1856
 

INGERSOLL, CHARLES J Julian: a Tragedy. In Five Acts.
1831
 

JONES, JULIA CLINTON Valhalla the Myths of Norseland. A Saga, in Twelve Parts.
1878
 

JUDAH, SAMUEL B.H. A Tale of Lexington: a National Comedy, Founded on the Opening of the Revolution. In Three Acts.
1823
 

LAWSON, JAMES. Giordano. A Tragedy.
1832
 

LAWSON, JAMES. The Maiden's Oath. A Domestic Drama.
1877
 

MacKAYE, PERCY. Washington. The Man Who Made Us. A Ballad Play. With Scene Designs by Robert Edmond Jones.
1919
 

MILES, GEORGE H. Mohammed, the Arabian Prophet. A Tragedy, in Five Acts.
1850
 

MILLER, CHESTER GORE Chichuahua. A New and Original Social Drama in Four Acts.
1891
 

MOODY, WILLIAM VAUGH The Masque of Judgment. A Masque-Drama in Five Acts and a Prelude.
1900
 

MORE, HANNAH. The Search After Happiness: a Pastoral Drama. To which is added, Joseph Made Known to His Brethern: a Sacred Drama.
1811
 

NORTHALL, DR. W.K. E Life and Recollections of Yankee Hill: Together with Anecdotes and Incidents of His Travels.
1850
 

ORTON, J.R. Arnold and Other Poems.
1854
 

OWEN, ROBERT DALE. Pocahontas: A Historical Drama, in Five Acts; With an Introductory Essay and Notes. By a Citizen of the West.
1837
 

PAYNE, JOHN HOWARD. Clari; Or, The Maid of Milan, An Opera, in Three Acts, as First Performed at the Theatre Royal, Convent Garden, on Thursday, May 8th, 1823....
1823
 

PICKETT, A. ST. J. The Sublime Tragedy of the Lost Cause, a Tragic Poem of the War. In Four Acts.
1884
 

PREUSS, HENRY CLAY Fashions and Follies of Washington Life. A Play in Five Acts.
1857
 

ROSSINI, JOAQIN. Moses in Egypt: Sacred Tragedy in Four Acts...As Performed for the First Time in the United States, at the Howard Athenaeum, May 15, 1847.
1847
 

RUSH, JAMES. Hamlet, a Dramatic Prelude; in Five Acts.
1834
 

SAMPSON, I. JOHN P. A Valedictory Delivered at the Forum...
1817
 

SARGENT, EPES. Velasco; a Tragedy, in Five Acts.
1839
 

SARGENT, EPES. Velasco; a Tragedy, in Five Acts.
1839
 

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM Romeo and Juliet. A Tragedy in Five acts.
1833
 

SHELDON, EDWARD BREW The Nigger. [Wrapper title only].
1909
 

SHERIDAN, R.B. The School for Scandal. A Comedy, in Five Acts....
1792
 

SMITH, MRS. E. OAKES Old New York: or, Democracy in 1689. A Tragedy in five Acts.
1853
 

SUTHERLAND, EVELYN G Po' White Trash and Other One-Act Dramas.
1900
 

TULLIDGE, EDWARD W. Ben Israel; or, From Under the Curse. A Jewish Play, in Five Acts.
1875
 

VANBRUGH, JOHN & MR. The Provoked Husband: or, a Journey to London. A Comedy...with Alterations and Amendments. As Performed at the Theatre in Boston.
1794
 

WILLARD, GEORGE O. History of the Providence Stage, 1762-1891. Including Sketches of Many Prominent Actors Who Have Appeared in America.
1891
 

WISTER, OWEN. Watch Your Thirst. A Musical Footnote to History. By a Charter Member.
1933
 

WRIGHT, FRANCES. Altorf, a Tragedy. First Represented in the Theatre of New York, Feb. 19, 1819.
1819
 

YOUNG, EDWARD. The Revenge: a Tragedy. in Five Acts. As Performed at the Theatre in Boston.
1794
 

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