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Calamity at Richmond, being a narrative of the affecting circumstances attending the awful conflagration of the theatre in the city of Richmond, on the night of Thursday, the 26th of December, 1811. By which, more than seventy of its valuable citizens suddenly lost their lives, and many others were greatly injured and maimed.  Collected from various letters, publications, and official reports, and accompanied with a preface, containing appropriate reflections, calculated to awaken the attention of the public, to the frequency of the destruction of theatrical edifices.

Calamity at Richmond, being a narrative of the affecting circumstances attending the awful conflagration of the theatre in the city of Richmond, on the night of Thursday, the 26th of December, 1811. By which, more than seventy of its valuable citizens suddenly lost their lives, and many others were greatly injured and maimed. Collected from various letters, publications, and official reports, and accompanied with a preface, containing appropriate reflections, calculated to awaken the attention of the public, to the frequency of the destruction of theatrical edifices.

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