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[Playbill of Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden, February 6, 1818, announcing Oratorios etc.]
Covent Garden Theatre
[London] : E. Macleish, printer, 2, Bow-street, 
1 sheet ( p.) ; 32 x 21 cm
Drouet, Louis François Philippe, 1792-1873
Jacob, Benjamin, 1778-1829
Stephens, Catherine, 1794-1882
Oldmixon, Georgina, 1768-1835
Corri, Miss (Frances), 1795 or 1801-approximately 1835
Braham, John, 1774-1856
Ware, W. (William)
Ashley, Charles Jane, approximately 1773-1843
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''End of Part I. A concerto on the flute by Mr. Drouet, who will introduce the favourite air of 'Hope told a flattering tale,' with variations. At the commencement of Part II. An organ voluntary by Mr. Jacobs.''
''The whole under the direction of Mr. C.I. Ashley.''
''Principal performers: Miss Stephens ... Miss George ... and Miss Corri, (from the King's Theatre), Mr. Braham ... leader of the band, Mr. Ware, organ, Mr. Jacobs, organist of the Surrey Chapel.''
Includes announcements for performances at Covent Garden for the following week, together with the names of some cast members scheduled to appear.
Ex copy is bound with other Covent Garden Theatre playbills dating from Sept. 8-Dec. 31, 1817; Jan. 3-July 15, 1818.
Oratorios. Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden The nobility, gentry, and public in general, are respectfully informed, the performances will commence this present Friday, Feb. 6, 1818 with a grand selection
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