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THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. Proprietors
To the most noble William Spencer Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire, ... The joint memorial of the Company of Proprietors of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, and of the Proprietors of the Theatre Royal Covent Garden; ...
[London]: Alfred Robins, printer, 26, Brydges Street, Covent Garden, [1833].
9, [3] p. ; 33.7 cm. (2°)

Drop-head title. Docket-title reads 'Theatres Royal Drury Lane And Covent Garden. Copy Memorial To His Grace The Duke Of Devonshire'. Imprint from docket-title. One of the periodic attempts by the proprietors of the Patent Theatres, to maintain their monopoly through the annihilation of the minor theatres, in this case in the form of 'Mr Arnold' of the Lyceum and Messrs Morris and Winston. Includes at the end the (negative) response from the Lord Chamberlain's Office dated 'February 15th, 1833' and signed by 'T.B. Mash'.

Binding Stitched without wrappers, folded.

Reference Number 5802


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