Royal Clarence Theatre :Royal Clarence Theatre (late Sans Pareil), Queen-Street. This present Monday January 2nd 1832 will be presented for the first time here, a drama of great interest, called "Napoleon; or The Emperor and the soldier". ... Duet "All's well", by Messrs Cullen & Wilton. After which, a serio-comic ballet of action, entitled The "Death of Captain Cook" ... in the course of the piece, an Indian dance ... procession to the sacrifice. A terrific combat, by Messrs Reilly & Cullen. The piece concludes with the death of Captain Cook, by the treacherous Indian. A favorite song by Mr Barrett. The whole to concluded with the much-admired drama of the "Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St Leonard's" Goddard & Brown, Printers, Packet-Office, 51 Lowgate, Hull [1832]

Royal Clarence Theatre :Royal Clarence Theatre (late Sans Pareil), Queen-Street. This present Monday January 2nd 1832 will be presented for the first time here, a drama of great interest, called "Napoleon; or The Emperor and the soldier". ... Duet "All's well", by Messrs Cullen & Wilton. After which, a serio-comic ballet of action, entitled The "Death of Captain Cook" ... in the course of the piece, an Indian dance ... procession to the sacrifice. A terrific combat, by Messrs Reilly & Cullen. The piece concludes with the death of Captain Cook, by the treacherous Indian. A favorite song by Mr Barrett. The whole to concluded with the much-admired drama of the "Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St Leonard's" Goddard & Brown, Printers, Packet-Office, 51 Lowgate, Hull [1832]
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Date
1832
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Goddard & Brown (Firm)
Ref
Eph-B-WEBSTER-Theatre-1832-01
Description
Arrangements of text, with different sizes of lettering. Cast of "Death of Captain Cook" included Mr Crook (as Cook), Mr Barrett, Messrs Johnson, Muir, Wilton, etc, Mr Cullen, Mr Young, Mr Turnbull, Mr Reilly, Mr Andrews, Mr Taylor, Miss Hilliard, Miss Andrews. Performance included an Indian dance by Misses Hilliard and Andrews. Inscriptions: Verso - bottom right - Webster Collection 2960 Quantity: 1 b&w art print(s). Physical Description: Letterpress, 328 x 189 mm.
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[Collection of ephemera, handbills, fliers, collected by Kenneth Athol Webster. 1800-1920] / [Collection of ephemera, handbills, fliers, relating to theatre and drama productions in England. 1810-1840]
Format
1 b&w art print(s), Ephemera, Letterpress works, Fliers (Printed matter), Programmes, Letterpress, 328 x 189 mm., Orientation: Vertical image
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Goddard & Brown (Firm). Royal Clarence Theatre :Royal Clarence Theatre (late Sans Pareil), Queen-Street. This present Monday January 2nd 1832 will be presented for the first time here, a drama of great interest, called "Napoleon; or The Emperor and the soldier". ... Duet "All's well", by Messrs Cullen & Wilton. After which, a serio-comic ballet of action, entitled The "Death of Captain Cook" ... in the course of the piece, an Indian dance ... procession to the sacrifice. A terrific combat, by Messrs Reilly & Cullen. The piece concludes with the death of Captain Cook, by the treacherous Indian. A favorite song by Mr Barrett. The whole to concluded with the much-admired drama of the "Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St Leonard's" Goddard & Brown, Printers, Packet-Office, 51 Lowgate, Hull [1832]. [Collection of ephemera, handbills, fliers, collected by Kenneth Athol Webster. 1800-1920]. Ref: Eph-B-WEBSTER-Theatre-1832-01. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/23139990

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