Who optional
What else? optional

Choose from our collections

By region

Narrow your search results

By Date
By Access Type
By Place Show filters
By County Show filters
By Newspaper Show filters
Clear filters
By Article type Show filters

Your search returned 35,195 articles

SINGULAR ANECDOTE OF GARRICK.

SINGULAR ANECDOTE OF GARRICK.

One afternoon, when Garrick expected Dr. Monsey to call on him, he desired the servant to conduct the doctor into his bed-room. Garrick was announced for King Lear on that night, and when Monsey saw him in bed, he expressed his surprise, and asked him if the play was to be chang
July 18, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
SCENERY OF THE FAR WEST.

SCENERY OF THE FAR WEST.

While the Panorama is passing, and during each Exhibition, Mr. FRIEND sings a choice selection of the ORIGINAL SONGS & MELODIES OF THE COUNTRY, Accompanying himself' upon SEVEN INgrauneyrs, includin Harp, Guitar, Harmonium, Banjo, Violin, &c.; his Patent • ' Enphonium 'Piano, ma
July 18, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
STRAND. Lome Miss Swennonocon. The Last of the Pigtails, Petite Coniedv, 1111 Charlet; Selby. Sir Noah Starchington ... Mr. Parselle

STRAND. Lome Miss Swennonocon. The Last of the Pigtails, Petite Coniedv, 1111 Charlet; Selby. Sir Noah Starchington ... Mr. Parselle

Mr. Swellington.........Mr. J. Clarke Doddles Mr. J. Bland Lady Starchington Miss M. Oliver Mrs. Swellington ... Miss E. Button Tabitha Fidget ... ... Mrs. Selby Jane Miss E. Turtle Susan ... Miss Gilbert Caught by the Ears. Farcical Extravaganza, by C. Selby. Mr. Cranky Crotche
July 18, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
THE .GREAT FIRE IN UPPER EAST SMITHFIELD. —; C Aour Works, 115, Upper East Smithfield; London, 17th June, 1852. Sir,—The

THE .GREAT FIRE IN UPPER EAST SMITHFIELD. —; C Aour Works, 115, Upper East Smithfield; London, 17th June, 1852. Sir,—The

Safe we bought of you three or four years back was, unlocked by us this morning, and all the books and parchments were uninjured.. The Safe was exposed to the fury of fire from nine o'clock; p.m.,. to eight o'clock, a. in., during which period not less than forty tons of oil and
July 18, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
• BY HER MAJESTY'S ROYAL LETTERS PA• „„g, MM A. ESKELL, SURGEON DE lisT " 8, LOWER GROSVENOR STREET, BEGs

• BY HER MAJESTY'S ROYAL LETTERS PA• „„g, MM A. ESKELL, SURGEON DE lisT " 8, LOWER GROSVENOR STREET, BEGs

to introduce to the notice of the l'rofession, the Nobility, Gentry, and the FU NEWLY PATENTED INVENTION FOR CONSTRUCTION AND ADAPTATION OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH, with all the n - ,odern improvements, upon a novel, l e tto and unfailing prihciple, superior to nil other methods fit et
July 18, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
NEW EDITION of the PHILOSOPHY of MARRIAGE. Ey KAHN, Graduate In Medicine, Sm'gein and Midwifery in the Royal and Imperial

NEW EDITION of the PHILOSOPHY of MARRIAGE. Ey KAHN, Graduate In Medicine, Sm'gein and Midwifery in the Royal and Imperial

UniversitY of Vienna, Erlangen, h. [This popular work (which has been translated into four different languages) has now gone through 41 FAitions of 10,000 each, and is designed to impart accurate knowledge of subjects which involve the means of seeuring moral and physical happin
August 2, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
"MY KINGDOM FOR A HORSE!"

"MY KINGDOM FOR A HORSE!"

La France Hippigue relates the following anecdote : " Gerard, the celebrated painter, was charged by the Emperor Napoleon I. to paint the battle of Austerlitz. In his composition of that great feat of arms, General Rapp was to be represented coming up at full gallop to announce
August 2, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
• NEW ADEL:Pi-WT. 6 STRAND. Proprietor VIA. Mr. B. Wunn. .7(71.;_-; ZAOIIO s • Harvest Home. Drama, by Tons Parry.

• NEW ADEL:Pi-WT. 6 STRAND. Proprietor VIA. Mr. B. Wunn. .7(71.;_-; ZAOIIO s • Harvest Home. Drama, by Tons Parry.

Cecil Derwent Mr. D. Fisher Brassy Popjoy ... Mr. J. L. Toole Peeps ... Mr. P. Bedford Trubbs Eburne Caleb Kestrel Mr. Stuart Swift ... Mr. Ward Frank Idarldale ...Mr. Billington Reeves ... Mr. C. Selby Rowland Brough Mr. B-Romer Grimes lir. Poynter Trackwell ... Aldrige Joe ...
August 2, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
. • JOHN TAIsTN'S NEW PATENT LOCK AND ;FIRE. PROOF SAFES Are the best and cheapest , safeguard u I-

. • JOHN TAIsTN'S NEW PATENT LOCK AND ;FIRE. PROOF SAFES Are the best and cheapest , safeguard u I-

4 - 1 , 1 -„-,-.,against fire m!'d robbery. • NB. - -/To pre) ,I l i ~--i • .Yrnt.,inaposition, 4,• T.,b . egs to state that , 1 - 11 he has no connection with any ,other . ill maker of the same name All Safes• in ' ade ' 0 I. i • ' . • I . b y him are marked on front J. 'rain,
August 2, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England
 
LADIES' PET AND OTHER DOGS. ARE EFFECTUALLY FREED FROM FLEAS by one application of KEATING'S PERSIA'N INSECT DESTROYdNG POWDER.. It

LADIES' PET AND OTHER DOGS. ARE EFFECTUALLY FREED FROM FLEAS by one application of KEATING'S PERSIA'N INSECT DESTROYdNG POWDER.. It

preserves, furs and woollen fabrics from Moths, and is deitnietive to every' species of inik.ct, but harmless to animal life. - SOld in packets,' 2s. and 48. 6d. each, or posy free for 14, or treble size for 36 postage stamps, by THOMAS KEATING, Chemist, 79, St. Paul's Churchyar
August 2, 1860 - Daily Director and Entr'acte - London, London, England