National Theatre, Walnut Street, Above Eighth. Dress Circle and Parquet, 50 Cents, Family Circle, 25 ", Seats in Private Box, $1.00, Orchestra Chairs, 75 Cents, Doors open at 7. To commence at half-past 7 o'clock. Box Office open from 10 to 4 o'clock, when Seats can be Secured. Sole Lessee, Wm. E. Burton, Proprietor and Manager of Bnrton's Theatre, Broadway, N. Y., and Lessee of the Front St. Theatre, Baltimore. Stage Manager, Mr. H. Watkins, Sixth Night of the Distinguished Tragedian and Comedian, Mr. J. E. Murdoch, Who will appear in his Thrilling Delineation of Charles De Moor, In the Great Tragic Play of The Robbers, Translated from the German, of Schiller, and adapted for modern representation expressly for Mr. Murdoch, whose rendition of the Hero is everywhere regarded as a Truly Wonderful Impersonation! This single Character has been performed Over Two Hundred Nights By Mr. Murdoch, in the chief cities of the Union. Mrs. Hudson Kirby, Mrs. Helen Muzzy, Mr. H. Watkins, Mr. T. E. Mills, Mr. W. Myers, Mr. L. P. Roys, &c. Saturday Evening, Oct'r 3d, '57 Will be performed Schiller's Romantic Tragic Play of the Robbers: Or, the Forest of Bohemia. Charles De Moor, Mr. J. E. Murdoch ... : To conclude with the New and Laughable Farce of the Two Buzzards! John Small, Mr. H. Watkins...

Chicago citation style
National Theatre, Walnut Street, Above Eighth. Dress Circle and Parquet, 50 Cents, Family Circle, 25 ", Seats in Private Box, $1.00, Orchestra Chairs, 75 Cents, Doors open at 7. To commence at half-past 7 o'clock. Box Office open from 10 to 4 o'clock, when Seats can be Secured. Sole Lessee, Wm. E. Burton, Proprietor and Manager of Bnrton's Theatre, Broadway, N. Y., and Lessee of the Front St. Theatre, Baltimore. Stage Manager, Mr. H. Watkins, Sixth Night of the Distinguished Tragedian and Comedian, Mr. J. E. Murdoch, Who will appear in his Thrilling Delineation of Charles De Moor, In the Great Tragic Play of The Robbers, Translated from the German, of Schiller, and adapted for modern representation expressly for Mr. Murdoch, whose rendition of the Hero is everywhere regarded as a Truly Wonderful Impersonation! This single Character has been performed Over Two Hundred Nights By Mr. Murdoch, in the chief cities of the Union. Mrs. Hudson Kirby, Mrs. Helen Muzzy, Mr. H. Watkins, Mr. T. E. Mills, Mr. W. Myers, Mr. L. P. Roys, &c. Saturday Evening, Oct'r 3d, '57 Will be performed Schiller's Romantic Tragic Play of the Robbers: Or, the Forest of Bohemia. Charles De Moor, Mr. J. E. Murdoch ... : To conclude with the New and Laughable Farce of the Two Buzzards! John Small, Mr. H. Watkins.... 1857. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/print/pageturn.html?id=PRINT_7065783. (Accessed December 13, 2018.)
APA citation style
(1857) National Theatre, Walnut Street, Above Eighth. Dress Circle and Parquet, 50 Cents, Family Circle, 25 ", Seats in Private Box, $1.00, Orchestra Chairs, 75 Cents, Doors open at 7. To commence at half-past 7 o'clock. Box Office open from 10 to 4 o'clock, when Seats can be Secured. Sole Lessee, Wm. E. Burton, Proprietor and Manager of Bnrton's Theatre, Broadway, N. Y., and Lessee of the Front St. Theatre, Baltimore. Stage Manager, Mr. H. Watkins, Sixth Night of the Distinguished Tragedian and Comedian, Mr. J. E. Murdoch, Who will appear in his Thrilling Delineation of Charles De Moor, In the Great Tragic Play of The Robbers, Translated from the German, of Schiller, and adapted for modern representation expressly for Mr. Murdoch, whose rendition of the Hero is everywhere regarded as a Truly Wonderful Impersonation! This single Character has been performed Over Two Hundred Nights By Mr. Murdoch, in the chief cities of the Union. Mrs. Hudson Kirby, Mrs. Helen Muzzy, Mr. H. Watkins, Mr. T. E. Mills, Mr. W. Myers, Mr. L. P. Roys, &c. Saturday Evening, Oct'r 3d, '57 Will be performed Schiller's Romantic Tragic Play of the Robbers: Or, the Forest of Bohemia. Charles De Moor, Mr. J. E. Murdoch ... : To conclude with the New and Laughable Farce of the Two Buzzards! John Small, Mr. H. Watkins.... Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/print/pageturn.html?id=PRINT_7065783
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Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/print/pageturn.html?id=PRINT_7065783>.
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