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Theatre, Huntingdon. The third night of Messrs. Parsloe & Howel's performance. This present Friday evening the 10th, of August 1827, will be performed Colman's favorite comedy, called the Heir at law ... End of Act Second, Mr. E.J. Parsloe, will personat 1827

Full title: Theatre, Huntingdon. The third night of Messrs. Parsloe & Howel's performance. This present Friday evening the 10th, of August 1827, will be performed Colman's favorite comedy, called the Heir at law ... End of Act Second, Mr. E.J. Parsloe, will personate Mother Shipton's cat, in which he will introduce his celebrated scene from the pantomime of Mother Shipton. End of Act the Third, a hornpipe by Mr. Howel. To conclude with the grand Panto-mime of action, (in 2 acts,) called De La Perouse or, The desolate island.

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Call Number:
MRB/ Q7
Published date:
1827