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Philadelphia Theatre. The Doors will be opened at a quarter past 5, and the Curtain rise at precisely a quarter past 6 o'clock, until further notice. Wednesday Evening, January 14, 1824, Will be presented, (first time these five years) a favourite Comedy, called the Busy Body. Sir George Airy, Mr. Wemyss. ... : After which, (third time here) a new Melo-Drama, in 3 acts, called Adeline; Or, The Victim Of Treachery. Adapted to the English Stage by J. H. Payne. Prince Durstein, Mr. Wheatly. ...
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Playbill and Program Collection: Philadelphia Theatre. The Doors will be opened at a quarter past 5, and the Curtain rise at precisely a quarter past 6 o'clock, until further notice. Wednesday Evening, January 14, 1824, Will be presented, (first time these five years) a favourite Comedy, called the Busy Body. Sir George Airy, Mr. Wemyss. ... : After which, (third time here) a new Melo-Drama, in 3 acts, called Adeline; Or, The Victim Of Treachery. Adapted to the English Stage by J. H. Payne. Prince Durstein, Mr. Wheatly. ...
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Chestnut Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.)
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Philadelphia Theatre. The Doors will be opened at a quarter past 5, and the Curtain rise at precisely a quarter past 6 o'clock, until further notice. Wednesday Evening, January 14, 1824, Will be presented, (first time these five years) a favourite Comedy, called the Busy Body. Sir George Airy, Mr. Wemyss. ... : After which, (third time here) a new Melo-Drama, in 3 acts, called Adeline; Or, The Victim Of Treachery. Adapted to the English Stage by J. H. Payne. Prince Durstein, Mr. Wheatly. ...
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[Philadelphia] : [Publisher not identified], [1824]
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1 sheet ([1] page) ; 32.8 x 19.3 cm
 
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