Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, August 28, 1869. Sixth Night, Of the Charming Actress and Vocalist, and Eminent Comedian, Rose and Harry Watkins (Formerly Miss Rosina Shaw.) These Distinguished Artists will appear in their Grand Romantic Drama of the Pioneer Patriot: Founded on a Historical Incident, illustrating American Hearts, American Homes and American Characters. Saturday Evening, Aug. 28th, 1869, The Performance will commence at 8 o'clk, with Overture--"La Part du Diable," Auber, To conclude with Mr. Watkins' Popular American Drama, entitled The Pioneer Patriot, Or, The Maid of the War-Path. This great Sensational Drama has been played by Mr. & Mrs. Watkins, throughout Great Britain and the United States, over ONE THOUSAND TIMES. Jocko, the Deformed [his Original Character], Mr Harry Watkins ... : Previous to the Drama, a Comic Sketch by Charles Dickens, Esq., presenting Scenes in the Life of An Unprotected Female: Polly Crisp, an Unprotected Female, Rose Watkins...

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Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, August 28, 1869. Sixth Night, Of the Charming Actress and Vocalist, and Eminent Comedian, Rose and Harry Watkins (Formerly Miss Rosina Shaw.) These Distinguished Artists will appear in their Grand Romantic Drama of the Pioneer Patriot: Founded on a Historical Incident, illustrating American Hearts, American Homes and American Characters. Saturday Evening, Aug. 28th, 1869, The Performance will commence at 8 o'clk, with Overture--"La Part du Diable," Auber, To conclude with Mr. Watkins' Popular American Drama, entitled The Pioneer Patriot, Or, The Maid of the War-Path. This great Sensational Drama has been played by Mr. & Mrs. Watkins, throughout Great Britain and the United States, over ONE THOUSAND TIMES. Jocko, the Deformed [his Original Character], Mr Harry Watkins ... : Previous to the Drama, a Comic Sketch by Charles Dickens, Esq., presenting Scenes in the Life of An Unprotected Female: Polly Crisp, an Unprotected Female, Rose Watkins.... 1869. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/print/pageturn.html?id=PRINT_6980770. (Accessed December 18, 2018.)
APA citation style
(1869) Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, August 28, 1869. Sixth Night, Of the Charming Actress and Vocalist, and Eminent Comedian, Rose and Harry Watkins (Formerly Miss Rosina Shaw.) These Distinguished Artists will appear in their Grand Romantic Drama of the Pioneer Patriot: Founded on a Historical Incident, illustrating American Hearts, American Homes and American Characters. Saturday Evening, Aug. 28th, 1869, The Performance will commence at 8 o'clk, with Overture--"La Part du Diable," Auber, To conclude with Mr. Watkins' Popular American Drama, entitled The Pioneer Patriot, Or, The Maid of the War-Path. This great Sensational Drama has been played by Mr. & Mrs. Watkins, throughout Great Britain and the United States, over ONE THOUSAND TIMES. Jocko, the Deformed [his Original Character], Mr Harry Watkins ... : Previous to the Drama, a Comic Sketch by Charles Dickens, Esq., presenting Scenes in the Life of An Unprotected Female: Polly Crisp, an Unprotected Female, Rose Watkins.... Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/print/pageturn.html?id=PRINT_6980770
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