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THE MARINE LIST.

THE MARINE LIST.

fruiaaiv Anonymous P.uLiwhtr, for the Poor J-eiaUp. LORO OF tHE ISLES. Tut Ate rURTHCS EXtRACT* THIS ADMIRABLE PRODUCTION. When Edith has been arrayed in bridal attire, :be Ptiet thua rep eaentt her: O ! lives there now so cold maid* Who thus in ticaaly’s pomp
January 20, 1815 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR GLASGOW,

FOR GLASGOW,

wili pleas, send them to GEO. MONTGOMERY. The BETSEYS, SweLaa*. Glasgow, it loading ft* Belfast. (l*2( Octtbot 53,1819 the EDITH!! of the BF.J.t'JST CHRONICLE. AN AUTUMNAL ADDRESS. Xtr/.s Sut—With me. ’mid Autumn’s fitful change, Whole short’ning day fit
November 9, 1816 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A ssi tints

A ssi tints

ssi tints Robert Kruce, Mr. Cobh.im; Edward ; Mr. Wallis j, Ronald, Mr, Seymour,—lsabel. Mrs, Yates; Edith, Miss Walstein, conclude with the Farce of THE IRISH WIDOW. Keckeay, W. Farren ; Thomas, Mr. FuV.am ; Sir Patrick O’Neill, Mr. Ward —Widow Brady
June 13, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE-ROYAL.

THEATRE-ROYAL.

Edward Bruce. Mr. Mallis: Lord of Lon. Mr. Thompson; Lord Ronald. Kr. Seymour; the Abbot. Mr. Younger.—lsabel, Mn. iaiee; Edith. Mias Walstein. , . To conclude with the Farce THE aULTAN ROYAL IRISH INSTITUTION, Under the Patronage of HIS ROYAL TlitE PRINCE
June 15, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THEATRE.

THE THEATRE.

character with the force and vigour which she can so well impart to i ra . portant dramatic personage ; and Miss VValstei, as Edith of Lorn, maintained her popularity and the theatneal deputation very fully. VVe cannot U embark in any thing like circumstantial
June 15, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE MISCELLANY.

FASHIONABLE MISCELLANY.

Edward Bruce. Mr. Waliiaj Lord of. Lon, Air. Thompson; Lord Ronald, Mr. Seymour; tbe Abbot .Mr. Younger.—lsabel, Mr*. >*Mb; Edith, Mis* WalsUiti, , conclude ;with the Farce of MI.DWIGDT h<>uß. ~ v, tlLuminanos. THURSDAY NEXT, the ISth cf JUNE, being >*>
June 16, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUESDAY, JUNE 16tH.

TUESDAY, JUNE 16tH.

Bruce. Mr. •Wallis; Lord of Lorn, JMr. -Thpinpyon ; Lord Ronald, Mr. Seymour; the Abbot, Mr. Younger.—lsabel, Mrs. Yatea; Edith, Miss Walstein, To which will be added A variety of Entertainments, . .’ ,i JSND A , FAVOURITE FARCE. Ticket* be had of Mr
June 17, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL; AUTHOR'S SIGHT. ON TNIS EVENING. JUNE 18th, 1618. hit Majesty’s Servants’ wilt perforin, (third tittle), a Poetical Play,

THEATRE ROYAL; AUTHOR'S SIGHT. ON TNIS EVENING. JUNE 18th, 1618. hit Majesty’s Servants’ wilt perforin, (third tittle), a Poetical Play,

Edward Bruce. Mr. Wallis; Lord of Lorn, Mr. Thompson; Lord Rottald, Mr. Seymour; the Abbot, Mr. Younger—-Isabel. Mrs. \’ates; Edith, Miss Walstein, In Act 11.—A Scotch Air by Miss Walsteirt. End of the Play. A Scotch Dance by Master and Miss Sk Clare, Pupils
June 18, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STOCK EXCHA

STOCK EXCHA

Edward Bruce. > Mr. Wallis; Lord of.i■ Lorn, Mr. Thompson; Lord Ruqald, Mr. Seymour; the Abbot. Mr. Younger—lsabel, Mrs. Yates; Edith, Miss Walstein, ■ Aft he which, the Musical Afterpiece of NU SONG NO SUPPER. Hit A TtiE-HUYAL. FOR THE Br.SEFIT OF • MISS-
June 19, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INVOICE.

FOREIGN INVOICE.

Edward Bruce. Mr. Wallis; Lord- of Lorn, Mr. Thompson; Lord Ronald, Mr. Seymour; the Abbot, Mr. Younger—lsabel. Mrs. Yates; Edith, Mist Wabtrin, After which, for the 4th time, a New Opera in two Acts, entit'ed LALLAH UOOKH, OR TUB MINSTREL OF CASMERE. (Tj*
June 20, 1818 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland