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ELEVEN VICTORIAN BURLESQUES (Bound in one volume)

ELEVEN VICTORIAN BURLESQUES (Bound in one volume)

1 Henry J Byron -DER FREISCHUTZ or, The Bill! The Belle!! and the Bullet!!! (First performed at the Prince of Wales Theatre, 10th October1866 2 Henry J Byron - CINDERELLA or, The Lover, The Lackey, and the Little Glass Slipper (First performed at the Royal Strand Theatre , Wednesday 26th December 1860 3 NOVELTY FAIR or, Hints for 1851 4 Francis Taslfourd - MACBETH TRAVESTIE A Burlesque in Two Acts (First performed at Henley on Thames , at the Regatta,June 17th, 1848, and at the Strand Theatre January 10th 1848) 5 Richard Brinsley Peake - THE EVIL EYE; A Legend of the Levant (First performed Thursday August 18th, 1831 6 Henry J Byron - ALI BABA; OR THE THIRTY NINE THIEVES in accordance with the Author's habit of taking one off 7 F,C, Burnand - ROBIN HOOD or The Forester's Fate (First performed at the Royal Olympic Theatre on the 26th Day of December, 1862) 8 Miss E.H. Keating - BLUE BEARD; or, Female Curiosity!! And Male Atrocity!!! 9 F,C, Burnand - FAUST AND MARGARITE An entirely new Travestie ( First performed at the Royal St James Theatre Saturday July 9th, 1864) 10 DAUGHTER OF THE MARKET Author of "Bluff King Hal " - ALFRED THE GREAT ! OR, The Magic Banjo, and the Mystic Raven! A New and Original Grand Christmas Pantomime (First performed at the Royal Marylebone Theatre, Thursday Decenber 6th, 1850 11 F.C. Burnand - SNOWDROP; or Seven Mannikins and the Magic Mirror Blue Beard and Daughter of the Market have both been used for extensive comments and stage directions, Novelty Fair lacks title page and final page has been torn and repaired , as have some of the pages of Blue Beard. Bound in a contemporary black blind decorated cloth, top of spine chipped. Size: 7 x 4 Inches