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Map of Property of William A. W. Stewart as Assignee for the Heirs of the Creditors of Jacob Van Wagenen
Valuable Real Estate Record, an Instance of Great Real Increase of Values in Property on Manhattan Island.
Real Estate for Sale, The Following Valuable Real Estate, Will be Sold at Public Auction, at the Merchants' Exchange, on the 13th day of February, inst. at 12 o'clock, noon, by John Hone & Sons.
222 Choice Dwellings and Building Lots
Map of Property in the 15th Ward of the City of New York Belonging to the Estate of W. W. Gilbert, Decd.
Map of 1000 Lots and 30 Villa Plots of the Mickle Estate, at Byaside, Queens County, Long Island.
Hitchcock & Denton's Map No.2 of Ozone Park
Peremtory Sale. 18 fine lots Near Depot, Fordham 24th Ward
Map of Villa Sights at Riverdale.
Map of Property Belonging Samson Adolphus Benson Lying in the 12th Ward of the City of New York
Absolute Sale: 22 Fordham Lots Auction Including Edgar A. Poe Cottage
Map of the Village of Mott Haven
Map of the Village of East Tremont in the Town of West Farms, Westchester County, New York
Valuable Real Estate Record, an Instance of Great Real Increase of Values in Property on Manhattan Island
Valuable Building Lots in and near Union Place in the 16th Ward of the City of New York
Last week of the Emma Abbott Grand English Opera Co., in Balfe's romantic opera in four acts, "The Bohemian Girl"
The fairy pantomime spectacle, "Cinderella; or, The Little Glass Slipper"
First week of the season! Matinees at 2 1/2 Wednesday and Saturday
First week of the great pantomime, "Volovante"
Kiralfy Brothers magnificent production of their world-famous spectacle, ÒThe Black CrookÓ, with entirely new scenery, costumes and appointments
The performance will commence with the laughable side-splitting pantomime of "The Four Lovers"
To commence with the comic pantomime in one act by Mons. Neuville, "The Skeleton"
Monday evening, November 8th, 1852, "The Duke's Wager; or, A Night in the Bastile"
Broadway Theatre. This splendid establishment will be opened with a carefully selected company on Monday evening, September 27
Tuesday evening, December 21st, 1847, will be acted, ÒOliver Twist; or, The Parish BoyÕs ProgressÓ
Friday evening, June 29, 1877. The performance will commence with the beautiful drama in two acts, ÒBlack-Eyed SusanÓ
Bowery Opera House. Benefit of Frank Girard, Thursday, March 25, 1875
The Mark Smith matinee memorial benefit will take place at Booth's Theatre on Thursday, October 8, 1874
For the week ending March 24, 1877, every night and Saturday matinee, the Kiralfy Brothers grand comic spectacular extravaganza, "A Trip to the Moon"
Thursday afternoon, May 4, 1876, farewell benefit of Mr. George Rignold
"Love Under Difficulties"
"Did You Rap At the Door?"
"The Old Clock"
"The Lawyer's Clerk"
"More Soft Soap!"
Benefit of Miss Celia Iferd (Mrs. Hen Mason). "The Milliners"
Monday, May 22nd, and during the week and matinees Tuesday and Friday, the amusing farce, "American Tourists"
Every evening at 8, and Saturday matinee at 2, the collaborated melo-drama, in four acts, "Crucible"!
Mr. Augustin Daly's most popular, spectacular local folly in three acts, "Round the Clock"
The event of the season! Thursday afternoon, April 25, grand annual matinee benefit tendered to the attaches of the Theatre
Monday, November 3, 1873, "Chicago Before the Fire, During the Fire and After the Fire"
The week commencing Monday, October 7, John F. Poole's new drama, entitled "Eva; or, Uncle Tom's Cabin"
Monday, June 29, 1874, Hon. Wm. F. Cody, better known as Buffalo Bill, in the new drama depicting the trials and tribulations of prairie life, "The Scouts of the Plains"
Monday evening, January 31, 1881, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. J. Bruno (late of "The Tourists") in their new musical burletta, "The Voyagers; or, Fun on the White Star Line"
Aberle's Tivoli Theatre. Monday evening, July 8, the song and dance artists and comedians, Tierney & Cronin
Aberle's Tivoli Theatre. Week commencing Monday, February 5. Mr. Wm. H. Rightmire and his trained pony, Little Nell, in the drama "The Boss; or, Living for Vengeance"
Monday, June 13, 1881, first appearance at this theater of Fanny Herring, who will produce her new play in four acts, "Little Buckshot; or, Brought to Light"