Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, November 11, 1869. Last Night But Two Of the Eminent Artiste, Lucille Western, Who will appear in her Remarkable Impersonations of Lady Isabel and M'me Vine, In the Great Moral Drama of East Lynne; or, the Elopement. Visitors are requested to remain seated till the close of the Play, as the noise occasioned by the impatient few, mars the pleasure of the more intellectual portion of the audience, that wish to witness the completion of the performance. Thursday Evening, Nov. 11th, 1869, The performance will commence at 1/4 to 8 o'clock, with Overture-"Dramatique," Hassler, After which will be presented C. W. Tayleure's Great Moral Drama, in Five Acts, of East Lynne, or, The Elopement. Lady Isabel, Madame Vine, Lucille Western...

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Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, November 11, 1869. Last Night But Two Of the Eminent Artiste, Lucille Western, Who will appear in her Remarkable Impersonations of Lady Isabel and M'me Vine, In the Great Moral Drama of East Lynne; or, the Elopement. Visitors are requested to remain seated till the close of the Play, as the noise occasioned by the impatient few, mars the pleasure of the more intellectual portion of the audience, that wish to witness the completion of the performance. Thursday Evening, Nov. 11th, 1869, The performance will commence at 1/4 to 8 o'clock, with Overture-"Dramatique," Hassler, After which will be presented C. W. Tayleure's Great Moral Drama, in Five Acts, of East Lynne, or, The Elopement. Lady Isabel, Madame Vine, Lucille Western.... 1869. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/print/pageturn.html?id=PRINT_6995532. (Accessed December 11, 2018.)
APA citation style
(1869) Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, November 11, 1869. Last Night But Two Of the Eminent Artiste, Lucille Western, Who will appear in her Remarkable Impersonations of Lady Isabel and M'me Vine, In the Great Moral Drama of East Lynne; or, the Elopement. Visitors are requested to remain seated till the close of the Play, as the noise occasioned by the impatient few, mars the pleasure of the more intellectual portion of the audience, that wish to witness the completion of the performance. Thursday Evening, Nov. 11th, 1869, The performance will commence at 1/4 to 8 o'clock, with Overture-"Dramatique," Hassler, After which will be presented C. W. Tayleure's Great Moral Drama, in Five Acts, of East Lynne, or, The Elopement. Lady Isabel, Madame Vine, Lucille Western.... Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/print/pageturn.html?id=PRINT_6995532
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