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Atlas portatif, ou, le nouveau theatre de la guerre en Europe : contenant les cartes geographiques, avec les plans des villes & forteresses les plus exposées aux revolutions presentes : accompagné d'une nouvellle methode pour apprendre facilement la geographie & la chronologie des potentats.

[Title page of Conicorum, with seated helmeted figure holding lance and shield in front of sheldonian Theater, Oxford, England] / delin. M. Burghers ; scult. Univ. Ox. 1704.

[A popular hero, Shibaraku]

[A beauty with an umbrella]

Ichikawa danjūrō [to] ichikawa monnosuke

Adrienne Le Couvreur / peint par Ch. Coypel, gravé par P. Drevet.

[Benjamin Johnson, English actor, head-and-shoulders portrait facing slightly left, in ornamental oval frame] / Gerard Honthorst pinxt ; Geo. Vertue, Londini sculp.

[Playing with a puppet]

[The black knight]

Ichikawa ebizō no kinzaemon yorikata

[Warrior or actor with long hair and bracelets around wrist and ankles, full-length, seen from behind, holding a sword]

[Caricature of musician or actor dancing, with a cat at his feet]

Onoe kikugorō no sanjō kokaji munechika

Bandō hikosaburō

Nakamura matsue

Ichimura kamezo no kyo no jirō

An accurate map of His Majesty's Province of New-Hampshire in New England, taken from actual surveys of all the inhabited part, and from the best information of what is uninhabited, together with the adjacent countries, which exhibits the theatre of this war in that part of the world,

Iwai hanshirō no shirabyōshi

Arashi hinaji no jōrurigozen

Ichikawa komazō no sano no genzaemon segawa kikunojō no keisei tamagiku

[The interior of a kabuki theater]

Okumura masanobu no kakejiku o miru yūjo

Yamasita kyōnosuke

Sugawara no michizane

Segawa kikunojō

Nakamura kanzaburō

Nidaime ichikawa monnosuke

Tomizawa hanzaburō

Nidaime ichikawa monnosuke

Sanogawa ichimatsu

Nakajima kanzaemon

Nakajima mihoemon

Ichikawa danzō

Onoe matsusuke

Onoe matsusuke

Nakamura tomijurō

Onoe tamizō

Nakamura nakazō

Yodaime ichikawa danzō

Yodaime iwai hanshirō

The Theatre of war in North America, with the roads, and tables, of the superficial contents, distances, &ca.

Nakamura kumesaburō

Sandaime segawa kikunojō

Theatre de la guerre en Amerique. Seat of war in America.

Godaime ichikawa danjūrō

Theatre de la guerre en Amérique.

Nidaime ichikawa monnosuke

Carte du theatre de la guerre presente en Amerique / dressée ... par L. Denis.

Komekitte o motsu nakamura nakazō

Segawa Kikunojō

Sandaime sawamura sōjurō

Onoe matsusuke no bikuni

Nidaime yamashita kinsaku

Onoe matsusuke no raikō sitennō

Ichikawa danjuro no kudo suketsune

Nidaime bandō mitsugorō no anno heibei

An accurate map of the State and Province of New-Hampshire in New England, taken from actual surveys of all the inhabited part, and from the best information of what is uninhabited, together with the adjacent countries, which exhibits the theatre of this war in that part of the world,

The way to keep him as perform'd at the Richmond Theatre &c. Act V

The way to keep him, or the female flagellants attacking the platonic hero at the Richmond Theatre / designed by Whim ; exectued by Satire.

Theatrical portraiture no. 1 - Henry V

Theatrical portraiture no. 6

Theatrical portraiture no. 4 - King Dick

Hunchback in the character of Richard

A strolling player

Kataoka nizaemon

Bandō Hikosaburō

Yamatoya

Segawa tomisaburō [as yadorigi, wife of ogishi kurando]

Ichikawa ebizō no takemura sadanoshin

Sandaime ichikawa yaozō

[Theater and hotel building ("Theatre, Assembly Rooms and an hotel"), Richmond, Virginia. 8--perspective sketch]

[Theater and hotel building ("Theatre, Assembly Rooms and an hotel"), Richmond, Virginia. 14--SW and NE flanks of hotel]

[Theater and hotel building ("Theatre, Assembly Rooms and an hotel"), Richmond, Virginia. 16--front of the stage]

To the curious! Tuesday and Thursday evenings, will be exhibited, at a commodious room, in Mr. Dearborn's new building, at the South entrance of the narrow lane, leading from the theatre, to Milk-Street by Mr. Maginnis ... a grand medley of ente

[Caesar-like figure standing and holding a staff and an orb topped with a cross]

[Kyōgen play with two characters]

[French actor, full-length portrait, facing slightly right, right hand raised, skipping or dancing, wearing a plumed turban-like headdress]

[Vignettes of supernatural beings and mythical events possibly related to Japanese theater]

[Actors performing]

[Kyōgen play with four characters, two wear hats, one possibly portraying a woman; there is a fish with carving knife on tray in the background]

[Theater, Loches]

[French actress, full-length portrait, seen from behind, right hand raised, skipping or dancing, wearing a plumed headdress]

Yodaime Iwai Hanshirō

Bandō minosuke no rikiya

The late theatre in Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Destroy'd by Fire in 1820

Iwai Hanshirō

Sandaime ichikawa yaozō no yoshidaya kizaemon

Segawa michisaburō

Segawa Kikunojō

Matsumoto kōshirō

Ichikawa Dannosuke

Bandō, Mitsugorō no Ukiyo Tōei

Godaime matsumoto kōshirō no torikaji no chōan

Godaime matsumoto kōshirō

Sandaime bandō hikosaburo no saemon suketsune

Ichikawa Dannosuke no Tsunajo

Sawamura Tanosuke no Oshichi

Rōka no geigi

A parody on Macbeth's soliloquy at Covent Garden Theatre

Sawamura Tanosuke no Yūsuke nyōbō Osen

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