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The Resource Sans Souci. : Mr. Dibdin's eighth night. By the authority of the Right Hon. the Lord Chamberlain, On Tuesday, October 29, 1793, And on every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, will be presented, at Sans Souci, in the Strand, An entirely new Entertainment, called Castles in the air. The Extent and Variety of this Subject preclude all Possibility of particularly enumerating those Objects which it embraces. Among an incredible Number of others, Patriotism, Faction, Envy, Candour, Reasonable Pleasure, Philanthropy, Fame, Matrimony, Constancy, Glory, Puffing, Credulity, Singularity, Music, Hunting, Officiousness, Simplicity, Truth, Frugality, Popularity, and Loyalty will be occasionally touched upon. The songs will come in the following Succession. Part I. Castles in the Air, Nappy, The Tear of Sensibility, No Good without an Exception, Taffy and the Birds, Tack and Half Tack, and the Village Wedding. Part. II. The Token, The Soldier's Funeral, The Whistling Ploughman, The Merry Archers, Tom Tackle, The Jolly Ringers, and the Power of Music. Part III. Jack's Fidelity, The Watchman, The Hare Hunt, Father and Mother and Suke, The Auctioneer, and the Finale. The whole is written and composed, and will be spoken, sung, and accompanied by Mr. Dibdin, Under whose Directions several striking and novel Effects are introduced into his celebrated Instrument, made by Mr. Hancock. Colonnade and Bowers 5s. Area 3s. Gallery 2s. The Doors will be opened at 7 O'Clock, and the Performance begin at eight. Places to be taken at Mr. Dibdin's Warehouse, No. 411, Strand, where may be had all his Works, particularly the Second Edition of the younger brother, a Novel, in 3 Vols. dedicated to the Most Noble the Marquis of Salisbury. Nappy is this Day published; the Tear of Sensibility will be published on Monday next, and some one of the Songs on every Monday following, (electronic resource)

Sans Souci. : Mr. Dibdin's eighth night. By the authority of the Right Hon. the Lord Chamberlain, On Tuesday, October 29, 1793, And on every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, will be presented, at Sans Souci, in the Strand, An entirely new Entertainment, called Castles in the air. The Extent and Variety of this Subject preclude all Possibility of particularly enumerating those Objects which it embraces. Among an incredible Number of others, Patriotism, Faction, Envy, Candour, Reasonable Pleasure, Philanthropy, Fame, Matrimony, Constancy, Glory, Puffing, Credulity, Singularity, Music, Hunting, Officiousness, Simplicity, Truth, Frugality, Popularity, and Loyalty will be occasionally touched upon. The songs will come in the following Succession. Part I. Castles in the Air, Nappy, The Tear of Sensibility, No Good without an Exception, Taffy and the Birds, Tack and Half Tack, and the Village Wedding. Part. II. The Token, The Soldier's Funeral, The Whistling Ploughman, The Merry Archers, Tom Tackle, The Jolly Ringers, and the Power of Music. Part III. Jack's Fidelity, The Watchman, The Hare Hunt, Father and Mother and Suke, The Auctioneer, and the Finale. The whole is written and composed, and will be spoken, sung, and accompanied by Mr. Dibdin, Under whose Directions several striking and novel Effects are introduced into his celebrated Instrument, made by Mr. Hancock. Colonnade and Bowers 5s. Area 3s. Gallery 2s. The Doors will be opened at 7 O'Clock, and the Performance begin at eight. Places to be taken at Mr. Dibdin's Warehouse, No. 411, Strand, where may be had all his Works, particularly the Second Edition of the younger brother, a Novel, in 3 Vols. dedicated to the Most Noble the Marquis of Salisbury. Nappy is this Day published; the Tear of Sensibility will be published on Monday next, and some one of the Songs on every Monday following, (electronic resource)

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Sans Souci. : Mr. Dibdin's eighth night. By the authority of the Right Hon. the Lord Chamberlain, On Tuesday, October 29, 1793, And on every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, will be presented, at Sans Souci, in the Strand, An entirely new Entertainment, called Castles in the air. The Extent and Variety of this Subject preclude all Possibility of particularly enumerating those Objects which it embraces. Among an incredible Number of others, Patriotism, Faction, Envy, Candour, Reasonable Pleasure, Philanthropy, Fame, Matrimony, Constancy, Glory, Puffing, Credulity, Singularity, Music, Hunting, Officiousness, Simplicity, Truth, Frugality, Popularity, and Loyalty will be occasionally touched upon. The songs will come in the following Succession. Part I. Castles in the Air, Nappy, The Tear of Sensibility, No Good without an Exception, Taffy and the Birds, Tack and Half Tack, and the Village Wedding. Part. II. The Token, The Soldier's Funeral, The Whistling Ploughman, The Merry Archers, Tom Tackle, The Jolly Ringers, and the Power of Music. Part III. Jack's Fidelity, The Watchman, The Hare Hunt, Father and Mother and Suke, The Auctioneer, and the Finale. The whole is written and composed, and will be spoken, sung, and accompanied by Mr. Dibdin, Under whose Directions several striking and novel Effects are introduced into his celebrated Instrument, made by Mr. Hancock. Colonnade and Bowers 5s. Area 3s. Gallery 2s. The Doors will be opened at 7 O'Clock, and the Performance begin at eight. Places to be taken at Mr. Dibdin's Warehouse, No. 411, Strand, where may be had all his Works, particularly the Second Edition of the younger brother, a Novel, in 3 Vols. dedicated to the Most Noble the Marquis of Salisbury. Nappy is this Day published; the Tear of Sensibility will be published on Monday next, and some one of the Songs on every Monday following
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Mr. Dibdin's eighth night. By the authority of the Right Hon. the Lord Chamberlain, On Tuesday, October 29, 1793, And on every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, will be presented, at Sans Souci, in the Strand, An entirely new Entertainment, called Castles in the air. The Extent and Variety of this Subject preclude all Possibility of particularly enumerating those Objects which it embraces. Among an incredible Number of others, Patriotism, Faction, Envy, Candour, Reasonable Pleasure, Philanthropy, Fame, Matrimony, Constancy, Glory, Puffing, Credulity, Singularity, Music, Hunting, Officiousness, Simplicity, Truth, Frugality, Popularity, and Loyalty will be occasionally touched upon. The songs will come in the following Succession. Part I. Castles in the Air, Nappy, The Tear of Sensibility, No Good without an Exception, Taffy and the Birds, Tack and Half Tack, and the Village Wedding. Part. II. The Token, The Soldier's Funeral, The Whistling Ploughman, The Merry Archers, Tom Tackle, The Jolly Ringers, and the Power of Music. Part III. Jack's Fidelity, The Watchman, The Hare Hunt, Father and Mother and Suke, The Auctioneer, and the Finale. The whole is written and composed, and will be spoken, sung, and accompanied by Mr. Dibdin, Under whose Directions several striking and novel Effects are introduced into his celebrated Instrument, made by Mr. Hancock. Colonnade and Bowers 5s. Area 3s. Gallery 2s. The Doors will be opened at 7 O'Clock, and the Performance begin at eight. Places to be taken at Mr. Dibdin's Warehouse, No. 411, Strand, where may be had all his Works, particularly the Second Edition of the younger brother, a Novel, in 3 Vols. dedicated to the Most Noble the Marquis of Salisbury. Nappy is this Day published; the Tear of Sensibility will be published on Monday next, and some one of the Songs on every Monday following
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Sans Souci. : Mr. Dibdin's eighth night. By the authority of the Right Hon. the Lord Chamberlain, On Tuesday, October 29, 1793, And on every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, will be presented, at Sans Souci, in the Strand, An entirely new Entertainment, called Castles in the air. The Extent and Variety of this Subject preclude all Possibility of particularly enumerating those Objects which it embraces. Among an incredible Number of others, Patriotism, Faction, Envy, Candour, Reasonable Pleasure, Philanthropy, Fame, Matrimony, Constancy, Glory, Puffing, Credulity, Singularity, Music, Hunting, Officiousness, Simplicity, Truth, Frugality, Popularity, and Loyalty will be occasionally touched upon. The songs will come in the following Succession. Part I. Castles in the Air, Nappy, The Tear of Sensibility, No Good without an Exception, Taffy and the Birds, Tack and Half Tack, and the Village Wedding. Part. II. The Token, The Soldier's Funeral, The Whistling Ploughman, The Merry Archers, Tom Tackle, The Jolly Ringers, and the Power of Music. Part III. Jack's Fidelity, The Watchman, The Hare Hunt, Father and Mother and Suke, The Auctioneer, and the Finale. The whole is written and composed, and will be spoken, sung, and accompanied by Mr. Dibdin, Under whose Directions several striking and novel Effects are introduced into his celebrated Instrument, made by Mr. Hancock. Colonnade and Bowers 5s. Area 3s. Gallery 2s. The Doors will be opened at 7 O'Clock, and the Performance begin at eight. Places to be taken at Mr. Dibdin's Warehouse, No. 411, Strand, where may be had all his Works, particularly the Second Edition of the younger brother, a Novel, in 3 Vols. dedicated to the Most Noble the Marquis of Salisbury. Nappy is this Day published; the Tear of Sensibility will be published on Monday next, and some one of the Songs on every Monday following, (electronic resource)
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Sans Souci. : Mr. Dibdin's eighth night. By the authority of the Right Hon. the Lord Chamberlain, On Tuesday, October 29, 1793, And on every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, will be presented, at Sans Souci, in the Strand, An entirely new Entertainment, called Castles in the air. The Extent and Variety of this Subject preclude all Possibility of particularly enumerating those Objects which it embraces. Among an incredible Number of others, Patriotism, Faction, Envy, Candour, Reasonable Pleasure, Philanthropy, Fame, Matrimony, Constancy, Glory, Puffing, Credulity, Singularity, Music, Hunting, Officiousness, Simplicity, Truth, Frugality, Popularity, and Loyalty will be occasionally touched upon. The songs will come in the following Succession. Part I. Castles in the Air, Nappy, The Tear of Sensibility, No Good without an Exception, Taffy and the Birds, Tack and Half Tack, and the Village Wedding. Part. II. The Token, The Soldier's Funeral, The Whistling Ploughman, The Merry Archers, Tom Tackle, The Jolly Ringers, and the Power of Music. Part III. Jack's Fidelity, The Watchman, The Hare Hunt, Father and Mother and Suke, The Auctioneer, and the Finale. The whole is written and composed, and will be spoken, sung, and accompanied by Mr. Dibdin, Under whose Directions several striking and novel Effects are introduced into his celebrated Instrument, made by Mr. Hancock. Colonnade and Bowers 5s. Area 3s. Gallery 2s. The Doors will be opened at 7 O'Clock, and the Performance begin at eight. Places to be taken at Mr. Dibdin's Warehouse, No. 411, Strand, where may be had all his Works, particularly the Second Edition of the younger brother, a Novel, in 3 Vols. dedicated to the Most Noble the Marquis of Salisbury. Nappy is this Day published; the Tear of Sensibility will be published on Monday next, and some one of the Songs on every Monday following, (electronic resource)
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http://find.galegroup.com/ecco/infomark.do?contentSet=ECCOArticles&docType=ECCOArticles&bookId=0916000500&type=getFullCitation&tabID=T001&prodId=ECCO&docLevel=TEXT_GRAPHICS&version=1.0&source=library&userGroupName=univmanitoba
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Reproduction of original from British Library
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1 online resource
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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  • (OCoLC)642455494
  • (Uk-ES)006249999
  • (CU-RivES)ECCOT149655

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