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Smeeton's authentic statement of the dreadful conflagration of Covent garden theatre and adjacent buildings on Tuesday morning, September 20th, 1808 : also, An account of the melancholy accident that ensued, whereby near fifty persons were killed and dangerously burnt : with the proceedings of the coroner's inquest, and the names and other particulars of the unhappy sufferers : accompanied by An exact representation of the ruins of the theatre, &c. as they appeared on Tuesday morning, September 20, 1808-7 o'clock. Preview this item
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Smeeton's authentic statement of the dreadful conflagration of Covent garden theatre and adjacent buildings on Tuesday morning, September 20th, 1808 : also, An account of the melancholy accident that ensued, whereby near fifty persons were killed and dangerously burnt : with the proceedings of the coroner's inquest, and the names and other particulars of the unhappy sufferers : accompanied by An exact representation of the ruins of the theatre, &c. as they appeared on Tuesday morning, September 20, 1808-7 o'clock.

Author: George Smeeton; J Dean
Publisher: London : Published by G. Smeeton, 18, James Street, Long Acre, [1808]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Smeeton; J Dean
OCLC Number: 24574736
Notes: Ill. = Hand coloured illustration of fire.
Price in brackets at foot of title-page: "Price Sixpence."
Colophon reads: "Printed by J. Dean, 57, Wardour-street, Soho."
Description: 12 [i.e. 16] p. [1] leaves of plates : ill. ; 20 cm.

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