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Positively the 2 last nights of the Cataract. : The reign of perfect joy! is every where extended with the cheerful walls of this real temple of mirth! supported by laughter holding both his sides! Look at this ring and arena display! and hear and believe, (for you may) the uncontrolable enthusiasm of disinterested travellers who have witnessed the spectacle of the Cataract! with all its wonderfully grand, and appalling effects. The general remark is, Americans have no occasion to travel to Europe!! for mere amusement, while they can behold such liberal energy to procure the most finished style of entertainment. On Friday evening March 27th, 1846 ... Friday and Saturday will be the two last nights of the Cataract. Wanted, 20 additional young ladies for the production of a new spectacle, enquire of Mr. Daniel Kelly, principal prompter, at the stage door, between the hours of 10 and 1 o'clock. Preview this item
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Positively the 2 last nights of the Cataract. : The reign of perfect joy! is every where extended with the cheerful walls of this real temple of mirth! supported by laughter holding both his sides! Look at this ring and arena display! and hear and believe, (for you may) the uncontrolable enthusiasm of disinterested travellers who have witnessed the spectacle of the Cataract! with all its wonderfully grand, and appalling effects. The general remark is, Americans have no occasion to travel to Europe!! for mere amusement, while they can behold such liberal energy to procure the most finished style of entertainment. On Friday evening March 27th, 1846 ... Friday and Saturday will be the two last nights of the Cataract. Wanted, 20 additional young ladies for the production of a new spectacle, enquire of Mr. Daniel Kelly, principal prompter, at the stage door, between the hours of 10 and 1 o'clock.

Author: Altemus, Mr.James W BanckerC D CallahanC J FreerLouisa HowardAll authors
Publisher: [Philadelphia, Pa.] : From the steam-power job printing office of C. Alexander, Franklin Place, Philadelphia., [1846]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Broadsides
Playbills
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Altemus, Mr.; James W Bancker; C D Callahan; C J Freer; Louisa Howard; Jamieson, Mr.; Nicholas Johnson; Daniel Kelly, equestrian.; A Knight, Mrs.; Marsh, Mr.; John Jay Nathans; Horace F Nichols; S Nichols, Mrs.; William W Nichols; Henry Palmer, equestrian.; S Palmer, Mrs.; Frank Pastor; Charles H S Rivers; Frank Rivers; Richard Rivers; Charles J Rogers; Silsbee, Mrs.; Weaver, Mr.; Amelia Wells; Louisa Wells; Mary Ann Wells; Edward Woods; National Circus.
OCLC Number: 84694325
Notes: Performers include: Mr. Altemus, J.W. Bancker, C.D. Callahan, C.J. Freer, Louisa Howard, Mr. Jamieson, Nicholas Johnson, Daniel Kelly, Mrs. A. Knight, Mr. Marsh, J.J. Nathans, H.F. Nichols, Mrs. S. Nichols, W.W. Nichols, Henry Palmer, Mrs. S. Palmer, Frank Pastor, Charles Rivers, Frank Rivers, Richard Rivers, C.J. Rogers, Mrs. Silsbee, Mr. Weaver, and Amelia, Louisa, and Mary Ann Wells.
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Description: 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 71 x 24 cm.
Other Titles: Playbill
Positively the two last nights of the Cataract
Theatre & Circus! First tier of boxes 25 cts. Second tier of boxes 12 1/2 cts. Colored boxes, 25 cts. Colored gallery 12 1/2 cts. Single seats in private boxes, 50 cents. Terms of securing a whole private box, made known at the box office

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