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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.

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,

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

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

Theatre de la guerre en Amérique.

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

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.

[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. 8--perspective sketch]

[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

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

A parody on Macbeth's soliloquy at Covent Garden Theatre

Theatre, the publick is respectfully informed that Mr. Cooper is engaged for a few nights, and will make his first appearance, on Wednesday evening, in the character of Damon, in the tragedy of Damon and Pythias. On Wednesday evening, May 28, wi

Theatre. on Saturday evening, October 27th 1810, will be presented (Last time) a comedy in five acts, (now performing with great applause in London) called, High life in the City ... To which will be added, a celebrated farce, called Who's the d

[Cut] Theatre on fire. Awful calamity! A letter from Richmond, Virginia dated Dec. 27, says "Last night the theatre took fire and was consumed, together withe about 8- people, with the governor Smith- many were trampled to death under foot, othe

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

Drake's Theatre broadside

Characters in the new piece now poforming [sic] at the Theatre Royal Cotten Garden 1820

Covent Garden Theatre, London, circa 1821

Theatrical reflection, or a peep at the looking glass curtain at the Royal Coburg Theatre

American Theatre, in Mercer-Street, in the rear of 1 Mile Stone, Broadway. Positively the last night! Mr. Hewlett ... On Monday the 24th of March, Mr. Hewlett will be at home in the following: Part 1st--Songs ... Part 2d ... La diligence ... Par

Odeon, Tremont Theatre, Athenæum, Washington Statue

The stripped pig. As sung by Mr. Wills at the Tremont Theatre with great applause, the only correct one published, [1838].

Democratic Inauguration Ball. [Mrs. Anna Maria Wilson] The Pleasure of your company is respectfully solicited at a BALL to be given at the National Theatre, on the evening of the 4th of March, 1845. In honor of the President and vice President e

Exterior. Theatre Herodes Atticus

Stage wall. Theatre of Dionysus (Bacchus)

Statue of Pan. Theatre Bacchus

Theatre Bacchus. Dyonysus

[History and Ethnology of Ancient Rome: 4 illus: fig. 1 Exhibition of captives in the forum; fig. 2 Gladiators in the theatre; fig. 3 Gladiators at funerals; fig. 4. Funeral of Emperors]

Arch Street Theatre

Palestine. Moabitez Theatre / Dumas.

Ford's Theatre, Wash., D.C.

Chair occupied by Pres. Lincoln, Ford's Theatre

Nettie is no more. Composed by John Benjamin, and sung by H. Greenwood at the Chatham Theatre. Air: Nettie Moore. H. De Marsan, 38 & 60 Chatham Street, N. Y

Chair occupied by Pres. Lincoln, Ford's Theatre

[Theatre of war in Virginia.].

Pocket map showing the probable theatre of the war

Map of part of Maryland and Virginia : showing the probable theatre of the war.

Pocket map showing the probable theatre of the war

A card Jenny Lamont! takes this occasion to inform the public that her farewell benefit at the National theatre previous to her departure for California is to take place on Tuesday evening next ... Jenny Lamont. [Washington, D. C. n. d.].

Map of the seat of war in Virginia : showing the theatre of operations of Gens. Hooker, Dix, and Keyes, and the scene of Gen. Stoneman's raid.

Theatre of the war! A complete map of the battle ground of Hooker's army!! Showing all the approaches from Richmond and the scene of Stoneman's successful foray, and truthfully depicted in a bold, clear, and comprehensive manner.

Theatre! Benefit and last appearance but one of the celebrated American comedian Yankee Locke. On this occasion will be presented W. W. Pratt's moral lesson, entitled Ten nights in a bar room ... Friday evening December 29th, 1865 ... [n. p. 186

Coffin containing the remains of President Lincoln; Small doors leading to the President's box, Ford's theatre...; Murder of President Lincoln; Mr. Lincoln carried from the theatre to Petersen's house, opposite; Booth's stable ...; Rear of Ford's theatre ... showing door by which Booth made his escape

Assassination of President Lincoln at Ford's Theatre, Washington, D. C., April 14th, 1865. [E. R. & E. C. Kellogg depiction of Lincoln's assassination.]

Murder of President Lincoln; The assassin retreating across the stage and Mr. Stewart climbing upon it to pursue him; Appearance of Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C. after the murder

Theatre! Benefit and last appearance but one of the celebrated American comedian Yankee Locke! ... December 20th, 1865

Ford's Theatre, Tenth Street, Above E. Season II, Week XXXI, Night 196 … Friday evening, April 14th, 1865. Benefit! And Last Night of Miss Laura Keene … Tom Taylor's celebrated eccentric comedy … One Thousand Nights, entitled, Our American Cousi

Home of Mr. Petersen, opposite Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C., where the President died; House of Wm. H. Seward, Washington, D.C.

Ford's Theatre. Washington, D. C. [Playbills for Friday evening, April 14, 1865 featuring Laura Keene in Our American Cousin.]

Ford's Theatre. Friday evening, April 14, 1865. Our American cousin.

Ford's Theatre, Tenth Street, Above E. Season II, Week XXXI, Night 196 … Friday evening, April 14th, 1865. Benefit! And Last Night of Miss Laura Keene … Tom Taylor's celebrated eccentric comedy … One Thousand Nights, entitled, Our American Cousi

Ford's Theatre, scene of the assassination

President Lincoln dead. Assassinated in the theatre at Washington last night.

Montgomery Street, from Eureka Theatre, looking South, San Francisco

Montgomery Street, San Francisco, instantaneous, from Eureka Theatre

Lima. The Theatre

[D.C. - Wash. - "Ford's Theatre as it was in 1865"]

Booth's new theatre, Twenty-third Street and Sixth Avenue

Old Ford's Theatre, 10th St. N.W. Washington D.C. (where Lincoln was shot)

The Brooklyn Theatre conflagration--The room of the property clerk at the Brooklyn police headquarters--Friends of the missing identifying relics found in the ruins or on the bodies of the victims

Miniature theatre

Theatre, Cienfuegos, Cuba, The

Theatre in central Kentucky and middle and eastern Tennessee, also in Missouri and Arkansas. [1861-65]

Interior of Wallack's new theatre - the screen scene in "the school for scandal" / drawn by Graham and Thulstrup.

Booth's Theatre, two weeks, commencing Monday, Feb. 6, every ev'ng and Saturday matinee with the ideal opera company

Theatre of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia campaigns. [1861-65]

"A Russian Honeymoon" - Madison Square Theatre, N.Y. - Act II, last scene. Photographed in the theatre at midnight May 1st 1883 by Falk

Hyde & Behman's Operatic Spectacular Minstrels under the personal supervision of Richard Hyde direct from their own beautiful theatre, Brooklyn, New York.

A theatre party

[Three actors from Theatre Annamite, full-length portrait, in costumes, Paris Exposition, 1889]

[Actor from Theatre Annamite, full-length portrait, in costume, Paris Exposition, 1889]

[Three actors from Theatre Annamite, full-length portrait, in costumes, Paris Exposition, 1889]

[Actor, from Theatre Annamite, full-length portrait, in costume, Paris Exposition, 1889]

[Theatre Annamite, Paris Exposition, 1889]

[Actor from Theatre Annamite, full-length portrait, in costume, Paris Exposition, 1889]

[Theatre and promenade, Béziers, France]

[Detroit, Mich., Miles Theatre]

[Summer theatre at Lazionki (i.e. Lazienki), Warsaw, Russia (i.e. Warsaw, Poland)]

[Zwinger and the Theatre, Altstadt, Dresden, Saxony, Germany]

[Chicago, Ill., Illinois Theatre]

[The theatre, Hanover, Hanover, Germany]

[Theatre and Promenade, Halle, German Saxony, Germany]

[The theatre, interior, Monte Carlo, Riviera]

[The theatre, Monte Carlo, Riviera]

[The theatre, Zurich, Switzerland]

[Alexander Theatre, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Wilhelmsplatz and theatre, Posen, Germany (i.e., Poznań Poland)]

[The theatre, Lillie, France]

[Grand theatre, Warsaw, Russia (i.e. Warsaw, Poland)]

[Summer theatre at Herrenhausen, Hanover, Hanover, Germany]

[Gallery and Theatre, Altstadt, Dresden, Saxony, Germany]

[Theatre and promenade, Riga, Russia, (i.e., Latvia)]

[Royal Theatre, Copenhagen, Denmark]

[Summer theatre, Terrace Herrenhausen, Hanover, Hanover, Germany]

[The theatre and cathedral, Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany]