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riety of the entertainments that will be submitted to their judete, HISTORY
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For the Drama.
Miss Brothers and Miss Poole,
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Miss Boyle and Mrs Lee,
From the Theatre Royal, Cork.
Mrs C. Bass, Mrs Tyrer, Miss Irons, Misses Tyrer, M. Tyrer, By M. MALTE-BRUN.
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From the Theatres
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For the Ballet, &c. the British dominions."-Edinburgh Review, No. 97.
Mademoiselle Rosier, ADAM BLACK, Edinburgh; and LONGMAN & Co. London,
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On SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 13th,
OCCASIONAL ADDRESS, MR DENHAM respectfully announces to the
(Written by the Author of the "Gowrie Conspiracy,
To be spoken by Mr Bass.
After which an entirely new National Drama taken from
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THE WOMAN OF THE TREE.
A variety of ELEGANT DANCING by Mademoiselle Rosier.
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