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Title(s):

By command, Her Majesty's Servants will perform, at Windsor Castle, on Thursday, January 25th, 1848, a drama in two acts, by Douglas Jerrold entitled The Housekepper ... : after which a comedy in two acts, by James Kenny, entitled Sweethearts and Wives.

Additional Title(s):

At head of title: Royal entertainment

Published/Created:
[Great Britain] : Chapman and Compy, [1849]
Physical Description:
1 sheet ; 22 x 19 cm
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
ML45 .B8 1849 Box
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Books
Notes:
"The Theatre arranged and the Scenery painted by Mr. Thomas Grieve."
Margins around all edges of program are embossed and perforated to resemble lace, with the coat of arms of the United Kingdom embossed above printed text.
Includes cast lists for both plays.
Subject Terms:
Grieve, Thomas, 1799-1882.
Jerrold, Douglas, 1803-1857. The housekepper.
Kenny, James, $d 1780-1849. Sweethears and Wives.
Playbills -- England -- 19th century.
Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1901.
Windsor Castle.
Form/Genre:
Theater programs.
Cast lists.
Ephemera.
Embossing.
Contributors:
John K. Chapman and Co. (London, England), printer.
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