Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Advertisement for performance of Collins's Brush, "comprising a copious diversity of histrionic sketches, dramatic incidents, theatrical blunders, and grotesque examples of stage effect, with a variety of new and original songs"., 1792 March 31
Advertisement for The Provok'd Wife, a play (by John Vanbrugh) to be performed at Covent Garden, Nov. 1, 1777., 1777 November 1
The Address constitutes an advertisement for simultaneous exhibitions at 4 Orchard Street, Portman Square, the home of Antonio Cesare Poggi, and "at Mr Ford’s, No. 40, St Mary’s Axe" in London. Poggi was selling 300 fans painted by himself, "Angelica [Kauffman], Cipriani, Bartolozzi and other eminent artists, well known throughout Europe."
Magazine clipping. Includes an image of Smith in his workshop and an image of his boat wood carvings and an assembled set of Fair Fun for All.
Article on the Duke of Richmond's statue room, including a printed letter to the Duke of Richmond from W. Woollett., 1770 August 9
As You Like It : illustration of costume for Rosalind in Family Herald Supplement and another clipping, 1896, 1899
Two clippings from the Family Herald Supplement, one of which may have been included as proof of date of the other; however, close inspection provides the potential year of 1896 for the As You Like It illustration, which differs from the date on the other clipping.
Includes advertisements for opera at Covent Garden Theatre, announcements and exhibitions at various theatres, including Theatre Royal at Drury Lane, Haymarket Theatre, Strand Theatre, Crystal Palace Pantomime, Trafalgar Square Theatre, Empire Theatre, and Palace Theatre.
The name of the newspaper is unidentified, but includes the word "Morning" in its title. The clipping includes illustrations by Charles Cattermole.
Advertising wigs made and sold by John Bennet, "in the newest fashion and in a more durable manner."
Mademoiselle de Beaumont, or the Chevalier D'Eon. Female Minister Plenipo. Capt. of dragoons &c. &c., 1777 September
Portrait of the Chevalier D'Eon. Accompanied by article "Chevalier D'Eon's Sale" about the end of the sale of the Chevalier's books and manuscripts.
Newspaper clipping of an article (from an unidentified source) describing the Kaffir Bush, or Acacia Horrida., circa 1850-1852
The native plant species served as protection for Xhosa fighters and as an obstacle to British troops during the Kaffir War.