Robert Fulton - 1765-1815. "The Liberty of the Seas will be the happinesss of the earth."
Robert Fulton -- 1765-1815 "The Liberty of the Seas will be the Happiness of the Earth."
Saturday evening, August 9, 1856. Grand gala night for the first benefit in America of Mlle. Robert on which occasion the wonderful Ravels and young Hengler will appear
The wonderful Ravels will appear tonight with Mlle. Robert and Young Hengler in a grand ballet, la corde tendue and "Asphodel; or, the Magic Pen", Tuesday, September 2, 1856
Monday evening, November 24, 1851, will be performed Verdi's grand opera in four acts, of "Ernani"
Friday evening, December 6, 1861, will be presented John Banim's celebrated play in five acts, of "Damon and Pythias"
Wednesday evening, December 24, 1845, will be performed for the 43rd time, a new grand opera in three acts, the music by Balfe, entitled "The Bohemian Girl", produced originally at Drury Lane Theatre
Monday and Tuesday evenings only, June 16 and 17, Miss Bateman will appear in her remarkable embodiment of "Geraldine; or, Love's Victory"
Monday evening, and every evening until further notice, will be performed C. M. Walcott's extravaganza of "Hi-A-Wa-Tha; or, Ardent Spirits and Laughing Waters"
The new five-act comedy called "Playing With Fire" written by John Brougham will be acted tonight and every evening until further notice
Monday, November 12, 1877, and every evening until further notice, will be presented Farnie's highly successful London burlesque, entitled "Robinson Crusoe"
Thursday, April 16, 1874, every evening and Saturday matinee until further notice, will be presented Mr. Lester Wallack's celebrated military drama in six tableaux, entitled "The Veteran"
Tuesday evening, January 16, 1855, will be performed the grand opera and fairy spectacle of "Cinderella; or, The Little Glass Slipper"
[Robert H. Gordon as Baron De Varville and Eva Le Gallienne as Marguerite Gautier in "Camille".]
Plays, "Girls Will Be Girls".
Mr. Charles Fechter and Miss Carlotta Leclercq will appear in the grand romantic play, translated and adapted from Paul Feval's drama of "Le Bossu", by John Brougham, entitled "The Duke's Motto"
[Umbrella and Parasol Manufactory.]
The Graduating Classes, Schools of Arts and Mines, Columbia College, invite you to be present at their Commencement
This Friday evening, June 6, will be presented Coleman's celebrated comedy of "The Poor Gentleman"