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966922
  • Title
    Collection 16: Proclamations, Theatre playbills, 1834, 1837, 1843, 1852-1860, 1868, 1876
  • Call number
    SAFE/D 356/16
  • Level of description
    sub-fonds
  • Date

    1834, 1837, 1843, 1852-1860, 1868, 1876
  • Type of material
  • Reference code
    966922
  • Issue Copy
    Microfilm : CY 1118, frames 497 - 523
  • Scope and Content
    1. Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 15 November, 1837. Opera “The siege of Rochelle”; comedy “Simpson and Co.”. On silk. [CY 1118 frame 500]
    2. D. Antliff. A lecture on the “Source of pleasure”. In the Mechanics’ Institute, Goulburn, June 10th. [CY 1118 frame 501]
    3. Queen’s Theatre, 2nd October. Baby Benson and Jennie Benson - interludes between acts of “A tale of two cities”. [CY 1118 frame 502]
    4. Royal Victoria Theatre, June 30, 1855. Comedies “Angel of the attic”; “His last legs”; “H.M.S Spitfire or the Cockney afloat”. [CY 1118 frame 503]
    5. (a) School of Arts, West Maitland. March 21, 1876, Diorama of the World. (b) Common School, Meredith, Diorama of the World. [CY 1118 frame 504]
    6. Victoria Theatre, Golden age Hotel, Braoadway, Dunnelly. November 17, 1856. Concert in aid of funds for Maryboro’ Hospital. On silk. [CY 1118 frame 506]
    7. Theatre Royal. “The slave”, starring Mr C.V. Brooke, June 18, 1856/1861(?) concluding with the farce “Water witches”. [CY 1118 frame 507]
    8. Royal Victoria Theatre, June 9th, 1855. Mr C.V. Brooke in “Virginians”. To conclude with “H.M.S Spitfire or the Cockney afloat”. [CY 1118 frame 508]
    9. Theatre Royal, Sydney, 22nd September, 1834. Knowles Benefit night, with the band of the 17th Regiment attending. [CY 1118 frame 509]
    10. Victoria Theatre. Opera “The Bohemian girl”, concluding with the comedietta “The two Gregories”. [CY 1118 frame 510]
    11. School of Arts. Walter Montgomery, 27 February 1868. On silk. [CY 1118 frame 511]
    12. School of Arts, 22 March. “Madame Haimberger and Melle Kramer”. On silk. [CY 1118 frame 513]
    13. Royal Victoria Theatre, 5 January. “Fraulein Fannie and the brothers Leopold, pilgrim of love”. On silk. [CY 1118 frame 513]
    14. Prince of Wales Theatre, 4 February. North American Circus. On silk. [CY 1118 frame 514]
    15. Prince of Wales Opera House, 19 June 1860. “Nino”. On silk. [CY 1118 frame 514]
    16. Prince of Wales Theatre, 6 July. Amelia Rawack concert. On silk. [CY 1118 frame 515]
    17. Royal Victoria Theatre, 26 June 1843. “Denouncer”; “La gitana”; Rendevous”. Wilk’s Benefit. On silk. [CY 1118 frame 515]
    18. Lyceum Theatre, 7 January 1859. Magic and mystery by Professor Anderson. On silk. [CY 1118 frame 515
    19. Prince of Wales Opera House, Sydney 25-27 June 1868. “Semiramide”; “Un ballo in maschera”; “Bohemian girl”; “La figlia del regimento”. [CY 1118 frame 516]
    20. Royal Victoria Theatre, Sydney, 30 August 1852. Farewell benefit of Miss Hart; Fairy Lake etc. [CY 1118 frame 517]
    21. Royal Victoria Theatre, Sydney, 7 June 1855. “Merchant of Venice” (with Brooke as Shylock). [CY 1118 frame 518]
    22. Theatre Royal, Melbourne, 9 November. Farewell engagement of Lola Montez: Morning call. [CY 1118 frame 519]
    23. Prince’s Theatre, Melbourne, 7-8 June 1860. “The green hills of the far west”. [CY 1118 frame 520]
    24. Theatre Royal, Melbourne, 16 July 1855. “School for scandal”. On silk. [CY 1118 frame 521]
  • Copying Conditions
    Out of copyright:
    Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales
  • Finding Aids
    Contents list available in the Mitchell Library Reading Room -
  • General note

    This is volume 16 of a collection of 20 volumes of proclamations held at D 356/1-20. A preservation microfilm copy is available at CY 1118 (frames 1-616).
    Preservation microfilm copy of D 356/1-20 (CY 1118), made Oct. 1987.
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