Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, December 8, 1869. Third Night Of the Engagement of the Renowned Artiste, Miss Bateman, Who will appear as Mary Warner, In the Domestic Drama of that name, written expressly for her by Mr. Tom Taylor, and acted by her with Immense Success at the Haymarket Theatre, London, & Booth's Theatre, New York. Miss Bateman will be supported by Mr. George Jordan and Miss Virginia Francis. Wednesday Evening, Dec. 8th, 1869, The performance will commence at 1/4 to 8 o'clk, with Overture-"Romantic," Harold, after which the Domestic Drama, in Four Acts, of great interest, written by Tom Taylor, of Mary Warner, And produced with New Scenery by George Heilge. Machinery by Arthur Wright and Assistants. Properties by E. Wood and Assistants, and the following Strong Cast: Mary Warner, Wife of George, Miss Bateman...

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Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, December 8, 1869. Third Night Of the Engagement of the Renowned Artiste, Miss Bateman, Who will appear as Mary Warner, In the Domestic Drama of that name, written expressly for her by Mr. Tom Taylor, and acted by her with Immense Success at the Haymarket Theatre, London, & Booth's Theatre, New York. Miss Bateman will be supported by Mr. George Jordan and Miss Virginia Francis. Wednesday Evening, Dec. 8th, 1869, The performance will commence at 1/4 to 8 o'clk, with Overture-"Romantic," Harold, after which the Domestic Drama, in Four Acts, of great interest, written by Tom Taylor, of Mary Warner, And produced with New Scenery by George Heilge. Machinery by Arthur Wright and Assistants. Properties by E. Wood and Assistants, and the following Strong Cast: Mary Warner, Wife of George, Miss Bateman.... 1869. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/print/pageturn.html?id=PRINT_6996594. (Accessed December 12, 2018.)
APA citation style
(1869) Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, December 8, 1869. Third Night Of the Engagement of the Renowned Artiste, Miss Bateman, Who will appear as Mary Warner, In the Domestic Drama of that name, written expressly for her by Mr. Tom Taylor, and acted by her with Immense Success at the Haymarket Theatre, London, & Booth's Theatre, New York. Miss Bateman will be supported by Mr. George Jordan and Miss Virginia Francis. Wednesday Evening, Dec. 8th, 1869, The performance will commence at 1/4 to 8 o'clk, with Overture-"Romantic," Harold, after which the Domestic Drama, in Four Acts, of great interest, written by Tom Taylor, of Mary Warner, And produced with New Scenery by George Heilge. Machinery by Arthur Wright and Assistants. Properties by E. Wood and Assistants, and the following Strong Cast: Mary Warner, Wife of George, Miss Bateman.... Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/print/pageturn.html?id=PRINT_6996594
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