Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, June 23, 1870. Fourth Night Of The Last Great Success At Wallack's, New York, The Grand Military Drama of The Lancers With Miss Louisa Moore And Mr. Chas. Wyndham From Wallack's Theatre, in their Original Roles, supported by Artists also from Wallack's Theatre. Thursday Evening, June 23d, 1870, The performance will commence at eight o'clock, with Overture--"Military," Suppe, After which will be presented the Great Wallackian Success of the Season, a Grand Military Drama In Three Acts, by Captain Leicester Vernon, entitled The Lancers With the Original Music, New Uniforms and Costumes and the following Distribution: Victor De Courcy, enlisted in the Third Regiment, under the name of Jolicoeur, Mr. Chas. Wyndham...

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Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, June 23, 1870. Fourth Night Of The Last Great Success At Wallack's, New York, The Grand Military Drama of The Lancers With Miss Louisa Moore And Mr. Chas. Wyndham From Wallack's Theatre, in their Original Roles, supported by Artists also from Wallack's Theatre. Thursday Evening, June 23d, 1870, The performance will commence at eight o'clock, with Overture--"Military," Suppe, After which will be presented the Great Wallackian Success of the Season, a Grand Military Drama In Three Acts, by Captain Leicester Vernon, entitled The Lancers With the Original Music, New Uniforms and Costumes and the following Distribution: Victor De Courcy, enlisted in the Third Regiment, under the name of Jolicoeur, Mr. Chas. Wyndham.... 1870. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/print/pageturn.html?id=PRINT_7083165. (Accessed December 13, 2018.)
APA citation style
(1870) Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, June 23, 1870. Fourth Night Of The Last Great Success At Wallack's, New York, The Grand Military Drama of The Lancers With Miss Louisa Moore And Mr. Chas. Wyndham From Wallack's Theatre, in their Original Roles, supported by Artists also from Wallack's Theatre. Thursday Evening, June 23d, 1870, The performance will commence at eight o'clock, with Overture--"Military," Suppe, After which will be presented the Great Wallackian Success of the Season, a Grand Military Drama In Three Acts, by Captain Leicester Vernon, entitled The Lancers With the Original Music, New Uniforms and Costumes and the following Distribution: Victor De Courcy, enlisted in the Third Regiment, under the name of Jolicoeur, Mr. Chas. Wyndham.... Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/print/pageturn.html?id=PRINT_7083165
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