Philadelphia Theatre. Thursday Evening, Dec. 23, 1819, Will be presented a Musical Drama, (in 3 acts) called Guy Mannering; Or, the Gypsy's Prophecy. Written by D. Terry, Esq. and founded on the celebrated Novel of that name. Performed in London, New York and Baltimore, with great applause. With the Original Music. The part of Henry Bertram by a Gentleman, (his appearance on any stage) who will introduce the following Songs, viz: 'Though Love Is Warm Awhile.' 'Thine am I, my faithful fair.' 'Scots wha' ha' wi' Wallace bled.' Also, A Duett, with Mrs. Burke. Colonel Mannering, Mr. Wood. ... : After which, the Melo-Drama of Sigesmar the Switzer; Or, the Helvetian Patriots. Written by C. E. Walker, and performed in London with great applause. Sigesmar, a Swiss noble, Mr. H. Wallack....

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Philadelphia Theatre. Thursday Evening, Dec. 23, 1819, Will be presented a Musical Drama, (in 3 acts) called Guy Mannering; Or, the Gypsy's Prophecy. Written by D. Terry, Esq. and founded on the celebrated Novel of that name. Performed in London, New York and Baltimore, with great applause. With the Original Music. The part of Henry Bertram by a Gentleman, (his appearance on any stage) who will introduce the following Songs, viz: 'Though Love Is Warm Awhile.' 'Thine am I, my faithful fair.' 'Scots wha' ha' wi' Wallace bled.' Also, A Duett, with Mrs. Burke. Colonel Mannering, Mr. Wood. ... : After which, the Melo-Drama of Sigesmar the Switzer; Or, the Helvetian Patriots. Written by C. E. Walker, and performed in London with great applause. Sigesmar, a Swiss noble, Mr. H. Wallack..... 1819. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/print/pageturn.html?id=PRINT_7034935. (Accessed September 20, 2018.)
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(1819) Philadelphia Theatre. Thursday Evening, Dec. 23, 1819, Will be presented a Musical Drama, (in 3 acts) called Guy Mannering; Or, the Gypsy's Prophecy. Written by D. Terry, Esq. and founded on the celebrated Novel of that name. Performed in London, New York and Baltimore, with great applause. With the Original Music. The part of Henry Bertram by a Gentleman, (his appearance on any stage) who will introduce the following Songs, viz: 'Though Love Is Warm Awhile.' 'Thine am I, my faithful fair.' 'Scots wha' ha' wi' Wallace bled.' Also, A Duett, with Mrs. Burke. Colonel Mannering, Mr. Wood. ... : After which, the Melo-Drama of Sigesmar the Switzer; Or, the Helvetian Patriots. Written by C. E. Walker, and performed in London with great applause. Sigesmar, a Swiss noble, Mr. H. Wallack..... Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/print/pageturn.html?id=PRINT_7034935
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