Franklin: Record - [Playbill for an exhibition by the American Indians of the Oneida tribe, to be performed at the Royal Circus and Surrey Theatre, on 1 February 1819 : to be followed by a performance of Dibdin's The heart of Midlothian and a parody of Don Giovanni.]

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[Playbill for an exhibition by the American Indians of the Oneida tribe, to be performed at the Royal Circus and Surrey Theatre, on 1 February 1819 : to be followed by a performance of Dibdin's The heart of Midlothian and a parody of Don Giovanni.]

Author/Creator:
Surrey Theatre.
Other title:
Text begins: For this week only ... Royal Circus and Surrey Theatre. This present Monday, February 1, 1819 (and following evenings,) (at half-past six precisely,) for the sixth time in this country, The American Indians of the Oneida tribe, who arrived lately in the ship Pacific, will exhibit the war dance, mode of combat, and dance of peace of the North American warriors, and deliver an Oneidan oration
Royal Circus and Surrey Theatre. This present Monday, February 1, 1819 (and following evenings,) (at half-past six precisely,) for the sixth time in this country, the American Indians of the Oneida tribe, who arrived lately in the ship Pacific, will exhibit the war dance, mode of combat, and dance of peace of the North American warriors, and deliver an Oneidan oration
Publication:
[London] : Lowndes, printer, Marquis-Court, Drury-Lane, [1819]
Format/Description:
Book
1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 cm.
Fingerprint:
e.n- teN. t.e. n.r. (S) 1819 (Q)
Subjects:
Playbills -- England -- London.
Dibdin, Thomas, 1771-1841. Heart of Midlothian.
Don Juan (Legendary character)
Oneida Indians.
Iroquois dance.
Theater -- England -- London.
Form/Genre:
Cast lists -- England -- London -- 19th century.
Playbills -- England -- London -- 19th century.
Place of Publication:
England London.
Notes:
Title devised by cataloger from content.
Signatures: pi1.
Horizontal chain lines.
Includes cast lists for The heard of Midlothian and Don Giovanni.
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Allan G. Chester and Florence K. Chester Fund.
Chronology:
1800
Contributor:
Allan G. Chester and Florence K. Chester Fund.
Web link:
The Allan G. Chester and Florence K. Chester Fund Home Page
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