2 edition of index to The Wandering Patentee by T. Wilkinson. found in the catalog.
index to The Wandering Patentee by T. Wilkinson.
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Get this from a library. An index to The wandering patentee by Tate Wilkinson. [Charles Beecher Hogan; Society for Theatre Research.;] -- An index to The wandering patentee by Tate Wilkinson, a primary source for information on English provincial theatre at the end of index to The Wandering Patentee by T.
Wilkinson. book eighteenth century. The factual sources of this book were largely Some Account of the English Stage, by John Genest; The Wandering Patentee, by Tait Wilkinson; A Record of the New York Stage, by Joseph Norton Ireland; A History of the American Theatre, by William Dunlap; The Theatrical Apprenticeship and Anecdotical Recollections of Sol Smith, by Sol Smith.
c S. FOOTE Diversions of Morning in T. Wilkinson Wandering Patentee () IV. I heard a goodish-looking well-dress'd man, that sat in the next box at the porter-house, affirm, that to his knowledge, if you proceeded to exhibit, you and your pupils would be all sent to Bridewell.
N.Y. Directory 41 Norris Rich. porter-house, 3. Wilkinson Wandering Patentee IV. He was so great a stranger I should not have known him from our father Adam. off, adv., prep., n., and adj. Designating or relating to the right side of a horse, another animal, or a vehicle (opposed to the near side: see near adj.
Saavedra, Patricio Humberto; to ADAPTIV NETWORKS INC. System, apparatus and method for providing improved performance of aggregated/bonded network connections with multiprotocol label switching Cl. H04L 45/ Mary Bulkley, née Wilford (/8 – ), known professionally as Mrs Bulkley, Miss Bulkley, and later Mrs Barresford, was an English eighteenth-century dancer and comedy stage performed at various theatres, especially Covent Garden Theatre, the Theatre Royal, Dublin, the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh, the Theatre Royal Haymarket and Shrewsbury en: 3.
EDWIN, ELIZABETH REBECCA (?–), actress, was the daughter of an actor named Richards, who, with his wife, was engaged at the Crow Street Theatre, Dublin. At this house, when eight years old, she appeared in Prince Arthur and other juvenile characters, including a part written specially for her by O'Keefe in his lost and forgotten farce.
Marriage. In Knight married at Bath, Margaret Farren, sister of the Countess of Derby (Elizabeth Farren).She had been seen at an early age in London, having played at the Haymarket, as Miss Peggy Farren, Titania in the Fairy Tale, a two-act adaptation of the 'Midsummer Night's Dream', 18 June She joined Wilkinson in ; left him to act in Died: The Wandering Patentee; Or, a History of the Yorkshire Theatre from to the Present Time by Tate Wilkinson; An Index to 'The Wandering Patentee' by Charles Beecher Hogan (pp.
) Review by: Arthur Colby Sprague. The wandering patentee by Tate Wilkinson () The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, Lord Bishop of Gloucester () Transactions of the Society, Instituted at London for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, Volume XXXIV () Walks Through Bath by Pierce Egan ().
Tate Wilkinson soon gave her a regular engagement. She played Stella in 'Robin Hood,' and, for her benefit on 31 Dec., Clarissa in 'Lionel and Clarissa,' when Tate Wilkinson played Oldboy, and Mrs. Jordan generously came forward to play Lionel.
The popular ' Lecture on Heads ' by G. Stevens was part of Miss Wilkinson's early repertory. Printed materials have been transferred to the book collection of the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Two items were removed from Y.d (24) and cataloged as books: 1) a prompt copy of Songs, chorusses, &c. which are introduced in the new entertainment of The Jubilee at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane,partly in Tate Wilkinson's hand, according to preliminary list.
Wilkinson, Tate, The Wandering Patentee; or, a History of the Yorkshire Theatres, from to the Present Time; Interspersed with Anecdotes respecting most of the Performers in the Three Kingdoms, from to4 vols (York: Bibliography Wilson, Spence and Mawman, ) Winter, Marian Hannah, The Pre-romantic Ballet (London: Pitman.
Wilkinson, Tate. The Wandering patentee; or, a history of the Yorkshire Theatres, from to the present time. Anon. A Letter to my Lord on the present diversions of the Town. With the true reason of the decay of our dramatic entertainments. Anon. A book of etiquette entitled "Don't do that," ([New York, Press of D.
Bennett co., c]), by William Collier (page images at HathiTrust) The theatre and Christian parents / (New York: Benziger, ), by Maurice Francis Egan (page images at HathiTrust).
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But The Wandering Patentee is the indispensable contemporary source. Published in by Tate Wilkinson, the long-standing manager of the Theatre Royal, York, who employed and esteemed the Miss Bland who became Mrs Jordan, it is a gorgeous book, four volumes of theatrical bitchery and droll anecdote.The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Palace and Park, by F.
K. J. Shenton and Samuel Phillips and Edward Forbes and Richard Owen and George Scharf This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.Boogaard's Rare Wilkinson balance, article; Boogaard's Trip to Malta, article; Boogaard's Troy/avoirdupois nesting wts, query; book, useful “ 1st see also auction cats “ 1st see also Board of Trade notices “ 1st see also Board of Trade Reports “ 1st see also cat “ 1st see also journal, useful.