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Theatre Royal, Haymarket Playbills Collection

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This collection contains original playbills from the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, from 1790-1812.

Biographical and Historical Note

The Theatre Royal, Haymarket dates back to 1720, and is currently the third-oldest playhouse still in use in London.

Collection Overview

These playbills advertise performances of various plays that took place at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket.

Arranged chronologically.

Collection Inventory

  • 1790 (1790)
    • Tuesday, June 15 (1790)   Scope and Contents note

      The Battle of Hexham; or Days of Old, by George Colman | The Author, by Samuel Foote. Notable actors include: John Bannister, Jr., Elizabeth [Satchell] Kemble.

    • Thursday, June 17 (1790)   Scope and Contents note

      Seeing is Believing, by [R. P. Jodrell?] | The Citizen, by Arthur Murphy | The Follies of a Day [or, The Marriage of Figaro], originally in French by Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais, adapted for the English stage by Thomas Holcroft (first ever performance at Haymarket). Noted actors: John Bannister, Jr.

    • Friday, June 18 (1790) (A Quarter of an Hour Before Dinner, by John Rose | Ways and Means; or, A Trip to Dover, by George Colman | [An Old Man Taught Wisdom; or,] The Virgin Unmasked, by Henry Fielding. Noted actors: John Bannister, Jr., Mr. [Stephen?] Kemble, Elizabeth [Satchell] Kemble.)
    • Saturday, June 26 (1790)   Scope and Contents note

      The Beggar's Opera, by John Gay | Try Again, by Thomas Holcroft (first performace ever at Haymarket). Noted actor: John Bannister, Jr.

    • Monday, June 28 (1790) (Inkle and Yarico, by George Colman, with music by Samuel Arnold | Try Again, by Thomas Holcroft. Noted actors: John Bannister, Jr., Stephen Kemble, Elizabeth [Satchell] Kemble.)
    • Tuesday, June 29 (1790) (Gretna Green, by Charles Stuart | The Minor, by Samuel Foote | Try Again, by Thomas Holcroft. Noted actors: John Bannister, Jr., Maria Theresa De Camp.)
    • Wednesday, June 30 (1790)   Scope and Contents note

      The Spanish Barber, by George Colman | The Citizen, by Arthur Murphy. Noted actors: John Bannister, Jr., Maria Theresa De Camp.

    • Thursday, July 1 (1790)   Scope and Contents note

      Inkle and Yarico, by George Colman, with music by Samuel Arnold | Try Again, by Thomas Holcroft. Noted actors: John Bannister, Jr., Stephen Kemble, Elizabeth [Satchell] Kemble.

    • Wednesday, August 18 (1790)   Scope and Contents note

      Gretna Green, by Charles Stuart | The Lyar, by Samuel Foote | The Virgin Unmask'd, by Henry Fielding. Noted actors: John Bannister, Jr., Elizabeth [Satchell] Kemble.

  • 1797 (1797)
    • Saturday, September 2 (1797)   Scope and Contents note

      Italian Monk, by James Boaden | Sylvester Daggerwood [published as New Hay in the Old Market], by George Colman | The Children in the Wood, by Thomas Morton. Noted actors: Charles Kemble, Sarah Harlowe, Maria Theresa De Camp, John Fawcett, Robert William Elliston.

    • Thursday, September 7 (1797)   Scope and Contents note

      The Purse; or, Benevolent Tar, by J. C. (John Cartwright) Cross | London Hermit; or Rambles in Dorsetshire by John O'Keeffe | The Children in the Wood, by Thomas Morton. Noted actors: Charles Kemble, John Fawcett, Robert William Elliston.

  • 1798
    • Monday, July 9 (1798)   Scope and Contents note

      Italian Monk, by James Boaden | Agreeable Surprise, by John O'Keeffe. Noted actors: Charles Kemble, Maria Theresa De Camp, Sarah Harlowe, John Bannister, John Fawcett.

    • Tuesday, July 10 (1798)   Scope and Contents note

      The Spanish Barber, by George Colman | The Children in the Wood, by Thomas Morton | Lock and Key, by Prince Hoare. Noted actors: Maria Theresa De Camp, John Fawcett.

    • Thursday, July 12 (1798)   Scope and Contents note

      Heir at Law, by George Colman | Peeping Tom, by John O'Keeffe. Noted actors: Maria Theresa De Camp, Sarah Harlowe, John Fawcett.

    • Tuesday, August 28 (1798) (Inkle and Yarico, by George Colman, with music by Samuel Arnold | Irishman in London, by William Macready. Noted actors: Maria Theresa De Camp, Sarah Harlowe, John Fawcett.)
    • Wednesday, August 29 (1798)   Scope and Contents note

      The Merchant of Venice, by William Shakespeare | The Purse; or, Benevolent Tar, by J. C. (John Cartwright) Cross | Rosina, by Frances Brooke. Noted actors: Charles Kemble, Maria Theresa De Camp, Sarah Harlowe.

  • 1799
    • Thursday, August 1 (1799)   Scope and Contents note

      Sighs; or, The Daughter, by Prince Hoare | My Grandmother, by Prince Hoare. Noted actors: Charles Kemble, Maria Theresa De Camp, John Fawcett.

    • Saturday, August 10 (1799)   Scope and Contents note

      The Beggar's Opera, by John Gay (Bannister's final appearance as Macheath) | Fortune's Frolick, by John Till Allingham. Noted actors: John Bannister, Maria Theresa De Camp, John Fawcett.

    • Wednesday, August 14   Scope and Contents note

      Sighs; or, The Daughter, by Prince Hoare | The Castle of Sorrento, by Henry Heartwell. Noted actors: John Fawcett, Charles Kemble, Maria Theresa De Camp.

    • Saturday, August 17 (1799) (London Hermit; or Rambles in Dorsetshire by John O'Keeffe | The Spoil'd Child, by Isaac Bickerstaff (first performance at Haymarket) | The Prize; or 2, 5, 3, 8, by Prince Hoare. Noted actors: John Fawcett, Maria Theresa De Camp.)
    • Monday, August 19 (1799) (Heir at Law, by George Colman | My Grandmother, by Prince Hoare. Noted actors: John Fawcett, Charles Kemble, Maria Theresa De Camp.)
    • Saturday, August 24 (1799)   Scope and Contents note

      Surrender of Calais, by George Colman | The Children in the Wood, by Thomas Morton. Noted actors: Charles Kemble, Maria Theresa De Camp, Sarah Harlowe, John Fawcett.

  • 1800
    • Friday, June 27 (1800)   Scope and Contents note

      Heir at Law, by George Colman | My Grandmother, by Prince Hoare. Noted actors: John Fawcett, Charles Kemble, Maria Theresa De Camp, John Emery, Charles Farley.

  • 1802
    • Thursday, September 2 (1802)   Scope and Contents note

      Sighs; or, The Daughter, by Prince Hoare | Sylvester Daggerwood [published as New Hay in the Old Market], by George Colman | Fairies' Revels; or, Love in the Highlands, by Samuel Arnold (a burletta and ballet dance). Noted actors include: John Fawcett, Charles Kemble, Sarah Harlowe, Maria Theresa De Camp.

    • Saturday, September 4 (1802)   Scope and Contents note

      Speed the Plough, by Thomas Morton | Fairies' Revels; or, Love in the Highlands, by Samuel Arnold. Noted actors: John Fawcett, Charles Kemble, John Emery.

    • Thursday, September 9 (1802)   Scope and Contents note

      The Road to Ruin, by Thomas Holcroft | The Sixty-Third Letter, by Walley Chamberlain Oulton, music by Samuel Arnold. Noted actors: John Fawcett, John Emery, Sarah Harlowe.

  • 1803
    • Wednesday, May 18   Scope and Contents note

      No Prelude! by R. W. Elliston, et. al. | The First Part of King Henry the Fourth, by William Shakespeare | The Spoil'd Child, by Isaac Bickerstaff. Noted actors: Charles Mathews, Robert William Elliston.

    • Saturday, May 21 (No Prelude! by Robert William Elliston, et. al. (presented for the last time) | Ways and Means [or, A Trip to Dover], by George Colman | The Children in the Wood, by Thomas Morton. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston, Charles Mathews.)
    • Monday, May 23 (1803)   Scope and Contents note

      The Voice of Nature, by William Dunlap | Sylvester Daggerwood, by George Colman | The Agreeable Surprise, by John O'Keefe. Noted actors: John Bannister.

    • Monday, May 30 (1803)   Scope and Contents note

      Mountaineers, by George Colman | Mrs. Wiggins, by John Till Allingham. Noted actors: Robert William Ellison, Charles Mathews. 3 copies.

    • Tuesday, May 31 (1803)   Scope and Contents note

      The Voice of Nature, by William Dunlap | Mrs. Wiggins, by John Till Allingham| Obi; or, Three-Fingered Jack, by John Fawcett. Noted actors: Charles Mathews.

    • Wednesday, June 1 (1803)   Scope and Contents note

      The Birth Day, by Thomas Dibdin | Mrs. Wiggins, by John Till Allingham | Obi; or, Three-Fingered Jack, by John Fawcett. Noted actors: Charles Mathews.

  • 1804
    • Saturday, June 9 (1804)   Scope and Contents note

      Guilty, or Not Guilty, by Thomas Dibdin | Love Laughs at Lock-Smiths, by George Colman. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston, Charles Mathews, John Bannister, Sarah Harlowe.

    • Monday, June 11 (1804)   Scope and Contents note

      Mountaineers, by George Colman | The Mogul Tale, by Elizabeth Inchbald. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston, Charles Mathews, John Bannister, Sarah Harlowe.

    • Tuesday, June 12 (1804)   Scope and Contents note

      Guilty, or Not Guilty, by Thomas Dibdin | Love Laughs at Lock-Smiths, by George Colman. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston, Charles Mathews.

    • Monday, July 30 (1804)   Scope and Contents note

      The Dramatist, by Frederick Reynolds | The Enchanted Island [musical adaptation of The Tempest], music by Henry Condell. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston, Charles Mathews, George Bartley.

  • 1805
    • Wednesday, July 31 (1805)   Scope and Contents note

      Chapter of Accidents, by Sophia Lee | A Tale of Mystery, by Thomas Holcroft. Noted actors: Charles Mathews, Sarah Harlowe.

    • Thursday, August 1 (1805)   Scope and Contents note

      The Birth-Day, by Thomas Dibdin | The Lying Valet, by David Garrick | Tom Thumb, by Henry Fielding. Noted actors: Sarah Harlowe.

    • Monday, August 26 (1805) (The Dead Alive, by John O'Keeffe | A Tale of Mystery, by Thomas Holcroft | Three and the Deuce, by Prince Hoare. Noted actors: Charles Mathews, Sarah Harlowe, Robert William Elliston, Anne Jackson Mathews.)
  • 1807
    • Tuesday, August 18 (1807)   Scope and Contents note

      Five Miles Off, by Thomas Dibdin | Tekeli; or, The Siege of Montgatz, by Theodore Edward Hook (one night only performance) | Tom Thumb, by Henry Fielding. Noted actors: John Fawcett, Charles Mathews.

  • 1808
    • Wednesday, July 27   Scope and Contents note

      Catch Him Who Can! by Theodore Edward Hook | Plot and Counterplot; or, The Portrait of Michael Cervantes, by Charles Kemble | Tom Thumb, by Henry Fielding. Noted actors: John Fawcett, Charles Mathews, Anne Jackson Mathews, Charles Farley.

    • Thursday, July 28 (1808)   Scope and Contents note

      The Iron Chest, by George Colman | Plot and Counterplot; or, The Portrait of Michael Cervantes, by Charles Kemble. Noted actors: Charles Farley, Charles Mathews, Charles Mayne Young.

    • Wednesday, August 3 (1808)   Scope and Contents note

      Africans; or War, Love, and Duty, by George Colman | Mock Doctor, by Henry Fielding | The Spoil'd Child, by Isaac Bickerstaff. Noted actors: Charles Farley, John Fawcett, Charles Mathews, Charles Mayne Young.

    • Saturday, August 6 (1808)   Scope and Contents note

      Africans; or War, Love, and Duty, by George Colman | Musick Mad, by Theodore Edward Hook | The Follies of a Day [or, The Marriage of Figaro], originally in French by Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais, adapted for the English stage by Thomas Holcroft. Noted actors: Charles Farley, John Fawcett, Charles Mathews, Charles Mayne Young.

    • Thursday, August 18 (1808)   Scope and Contents note

      Five Miles Off, by Thomas Dibdin | The Review [or, The Wags of Windsor], by George Colman | [Flora; or] Hob in the Well, by John Hippisley. Noted actors: John Fawcett, Charles Farley, Charles Mathews, Charles Mayne Young, Anne Jackson Mathews.

    • Tuesday, August 23 (1808)   Scope and Contents note

      Africans; or War, Love, and Duty, by George Colman | The Blind Boy, by James Kenney. Noted actors: Charles Farley, John Fawcett, Charles Mayne Young.

    • Wednesday, August 24 (1808)   Scope and Contents note

      The Pannel, by John Philip Kemble [altered from Bickerstaff's translation of Calderon's El escondido y la trapada] | Who Wins? or, The Widow's Choice, by Henry Condell | The Critick, [or, A Tragedy Rehearsed] by Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Noted actors: Charles Farley, Anne Jackson Mathews, Charles Mathews.

    • Friday, August 26 (1808)   Scope and Contents note

      Africans; or War, Love, and Duty, by George Colman | The Pannel, by John Philip Kemble. Noted actors: Charles Farley, John Fawcett, Anne Jackson Mathews, Charles Mathews, Charles Mayne Young.

    • Monday, December 19 (1808) (King Richard the Third, by William Shakespeare | The Double Wedding [a "new ballet," composed by Mr. Rossi] | Who Wins? or, The Widow's Choice, by Henry Condell. Noted actors: Charles Kemble, John Fawcett, Maria Theresa De Camp [now credited as Mrs. C. Kemble].)
    • Tuesday, December 20 (1808)   Scope and Contents note

      The Exile, by Frederick Reynolds, music by Joseph Mazzinghi | The Double Wedding [ballet] | Raising the Wind, by James Kenney. Noted actors: Charles Mayne Young, John Fawcett, John Emery.

    • Thursday, December 22 (1808)   Scope and Contents note

      Town and Country [or, Which Is Best?], by Thomas Morton | The Double Wedding [ballet] | Arbitration; or, Free and Easy, by Frederick Reynolds. Noted actors: Charles Mayne Young, John Fawcett, John Emery.

    • Friday, December 23 (1808)   Scope and Contents note

      Venice Preserved; or, A Plot Discovered, by Thomas Otway | The Double Wedding [ballet] | A School for Authors, by John Tobin. Noted actors: Charles Kemble, Charles Farley.

  • 1809
    • Friday, January 13 (1809)   Scope and Contents note

      The Gamester, by Edward Moore | Harlequin and Mother Goose; or, The Golden Egg, by Thomas Dibdin. Noted actors: Charles Mayne Young, Charles Kemble.

    • Saturday, January 14 (1809)   Scope and Contents note

      Othello, the Moor of Venice, by William Shakespeare | Tom Thumb, by Henry Fielding. Noted actors: Charles Mayne Young, Charles Kemble, Charles Farley.

    • Thursday, January 19 (1809)   Scope and Contents note

      The Exile, by Frederick Reynolds, music by Joseph Mazzinghi | The Prisoner at Large, by John O'Keeffe. Noted actors: Charles Mayne Young, John Fawcett, Charles Farley.

    • Saturday, January 21 (1809)   Scope and Contents note

      The Exile, by Frederick Reynolds, music by Joseph Mazzinghi | Katharine and Petruchio, by David Garrick. Noted actors: Charles Mayne Young, John Fawcett, Charles Farley, Maria Theresa Kemble.

    • Monday, June 19 (1809)   Scope and Contents note

      Honey-Moon, by John Tobin | Obi; or, Three-Fingered Jack, by John Fawcett. Noted actors: Charles Mayne Young, Charles Mathews, Charles Farley.

    • Tuesday, June 20 (1809)   Scope and Contents note

      Five Miles Off, by Thomas Dibdin | Mrs. Wiggins, by John Till Allingham | Obi; or, Three-Fingered Jack, by John Fawcett. Noted actors: Charles Farley, Charles Mathews, Anne Jackson Mathews.

    • Tuesday, June 27 (1809)   Scope and Contents note

      The Stranger, by August von Kotzebue | Of Age To-Morrow, by Thomas Dibdin. Noted actors: Charles Mayne Young, Charles Farley.

    • Wednesday, June 28 (1809)   Scope and Contents note

      The Battle of Hexham; or Days of Old, by George Colman | Barnaby Brittle, by Thomas Betterton | Peeping Tom, by John O'Keeffe. Noted actors: Charles Mayne Young, Charles Mathews, Anne Jackson Mathews.

    • Tuesday, July 4   Scope and Contents note

      The Soldier's Daughter, by Andrew Cherry | Killing No Murder, by Theodore Edward Hook. Noted actors: Charles Mathews, Anne Jackson Mathews.

    • Monday, July 24 (1809)   Scope and Contents note

      The Foundling of the Forest, by William Diamond | Killing No Murder, by Theodore Edward Hook. Noted actors, Charles Mayne Young, Charles Farley, Charles Mathews, Anne Jackson Mathews.

    • Tuesday, July 25 (1809)   Scope and Contents note

      The Foundling of the Forest, by William Diamond | The Critick; or, A Tragedy Rehearsed, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan (2 copies). Noted actors: Charles Mayne Young, Charles Farley.

  • 1811
    • Wednesday, June 5 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      The Foundling of the Forest, by William Diamond | The Register Office, by Joseph Reed | Trial by Jury, by Theodore Edward Hook. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Friday, June 7 (1811) (Trial by Jury, by Theodore Edward Hook | Point of Honour, by Charles Kemble, et. al | The Mogul Tale; or, Descent of the Balloon, by Elizabeth Inchbald. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.)
    • Monday, June 10 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      Royal Oak [author unknown] (premiere performance) | The Midnight Hour, by Elizabeth Inchbald [from the French by Antoine-Jean Dumaniant]. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Tuesday, June 11 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      Royal Oak [author unknown] | Agreeable Surprise, by John O'Keeffe. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Thursday, June 13   Scope and Contents note

      Royal Oak [author unknown] | The Lying Valet, by David Garrick (2 copies). Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Friday, June 14 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      Royal Oak [author unknown] | The Hunter of the Alps, by William Diamond. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Saturday, June 15   Scope and Contents note

      Royal Oak [author unknown] | Trial by Jury, by Theodore Edward Hook. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Tuesday, July 16 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      The Dramatist, by Frederick Reynolds | A Day after the Wedding, by [Charles Kemble?] | Raising the Wind, by James Kenney. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Wednesday, July 17 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      Road to Ruin, by Thomas Holcroft | Plot and Counterplot, by Charles Kemble (2 copies). Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Wednesday, July 24 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      The Purse, by J. C. (John Cartwright) Cross | Five Miles Off, by Thomas Dibdin | Fortune's Frolick, by John Till Allingham (2 copies)

    • Thursday, July 25 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      Road to Ruin, by Thomas Holcroft | Trial by Jury, by Theodore Edward Hook. Also includes prominent announcement for the premiere of The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Friday, July 26 (1811) (The Birth Day, by Thomas Dibdin | A Day after the Wedding, by [C. Kemble?] | The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar, by George Colman (premiere "grand dress rehearsal"))
    • Saturday, July 27 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      The Rivals, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan | The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar, by George Colman. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Monday, July 29 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      The Iron Chest, by George Colman | The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar, by George Colman. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Tuesday, July 30 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      A Cure for the Heart Ache, by Thomas Morton | The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar, by George Colman (2 copies). Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Wednesday, July 31 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      Rule a Wife and Have a Wife, by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher | The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar, by George Colman. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Thursday, August 1 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      The Birth Day, by Thomas Dibdin | A Day after the Wedding, by [C. Kemble?] | The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar, by George Colman (2 copies). Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Friday, August 2 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      The Africans, by George Colman | The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar, by George Colman (2 copies). Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Saturday, August 3   Scope and Contents note

      Poor Gentleman, by George Colman| The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar, by George Colman. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Monday, August 5   Scope and Contents note

      Road to Ruin, by Thomas Holcroft | The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar, by George Colman (2 copies). Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Tuesday, August 6 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      Rule a Wife and Have a Wife, by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher | The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar, by George Colman. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Thursday, August 8 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      A Cure for the Heart Ache, by Thomas Morton | The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar, by George Colman. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Friday, August 9 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      She Stoops to Conquer, by Oliver Goldsmith | The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar, by George Colman. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Saturday, August 10 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      School for Scandal, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan | The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar, by George Colman (2 copies). Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

    • Monday, August 12 (1811)   Scope and Contents note

      Road to Ruin, by Thomas Holcroft | The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or The Rovers of Weimar, by George Colman. Noted actors: Robert William Elliston.

  • 1812
    • Monday, July 27 (1812)   Scope and Contents note

      Fortune-Hunters, [author unknown] | The Children in the Wood, by Thomas Morton | Sleep-Walker; or, Which Is the Lady? by Walley Chamberlain Oulton. Noted actors: Charles Mathews.

    • Tuesday, August 11 (1812)   Scope and Contents note

      Such Things Are! by Elizabeth Inchbald | Sleep-Walker; or, Which Is the Lady? by Walley Chamberlain Oulton. Noted actors: Charles Mathews.

    • Wednesday, August 12 (1812)   Scope and Contents note

      Rule a Wife and Have a Wife, by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher | High Life Below Stairs, by David Garrick

    • Thursday, August 13 (1812)   Scope and Contents note

      Honey-Moon, by John Tobin | Sleep-Walker; or, Which Is the Lady? by Walley Chamberlain Oulton. Noted actors: Charles Mathews.

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Repository
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives
Title
Theatre Royal, Haymarket Playbills Collection
ID
MS630
Date [inclusive]
1790-1815
Extent
1.0 linear feet  1 box
Mixed materials [Box]
1

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