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Advertisements -- Amusements.
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At the Sign of the Indian King, in Baltimore, in a large room fitted up in a theatrical manner, on Monday evening, the 2d day of December, and every Monday and Thursday following, if fair, for a few weeks, the noted Bayly will exhibit his grand medley of entertainments ...

Baltimore: : Printed by M.K. Goddard., [1782]
1782
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By authority. At the next door to the New-England Coffee-House, in Fell's-Point, Baltimore, on [blank] evening, the [blank] the noted Jacob Henninger will exhibit his grand medley of entertainments ... with the tragical comical farcical operatical whimsical humours of Seignior Punchinello, and his artificial company of comedians ..

[Baltimore : Printed by M.K. Goddard, 1783]
1783
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(By permission.) At the sign of St. Patrick, Fell's-Point, in a large room fitted up in a theatrical manner, every Monday and Thursday, if fair, for a few weeks, the noted old artist will exhibit his grand medley of entertainments ... with the comical, farcical, operatical, whimsical humors of Seignor Punchinello, and his artificial company of comedians ..

Baltimore: : Printed by M.K. Goddard., [1783]
1783
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By permission of His Excellency the governor. Mr. Wall, comedian, will exhibit at Mr. Hull's great room, on Wednesday evening, the twenty-first of July, 1773, a new lecture, written by the author of the much admired lecture on heads. The paintings, &c. are entirely new, and never before exhibited in America

[New York : s.n., 1773]
1773
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Genteel & surprizing feats of action at Union-Hall, Newburyport. Don Pedro Cloris, who has performed in Paris, Lyons, and several other large cities in France ... has the honor to inform the citizens of Newburyport, that on Wednesday evening----August 17, will be performed, curious feats of activity, on the slack wire, and extraordinary balancing. ..
Cloris, Pedro
[Newburyport, Mass. : Printed by John Mycall, 1791]
1791
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Mr. Pool, the first American that ever exhibited the following equestrian feats of horsemanship on the continent, intends performing on Saturday afternoon next, near the Powder-House. The performance to begin at half past four o'clock in the afternoon (if the weather will permit, if not, the first fair day after Sunday). Tickets to be had at Mr. Gordon's tavern, price two shillings each. There will be seats provided for the ladies and gentlemen. A clown will entertain the ladies and gentlemen be

Providence: : Printed by John Carter., [1786]
1786
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Mr. Webster, returns his thanks to those ladies and getlemen [sic] who favoured him with their company, on Thursday evening, and respectfully informs them, that on Tuesday evening next, (October 8th) he will give an entertainment, consisting of anecdote and song, called the Wandering melodist. ..
Webster, William, fl. 1800-1813
Frederick-town, (Md.) : Printed by M.E. Bartgis., [1811]
1811
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New amphitheatre. This evening, January 6th, 1795, will be presented, surprising feats of horsemanship, and other amusements. ..

[New York : Printed by Samuel Loudon & Son?, 1795]
1795
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Philadelphia, September 23, 1771. Mr. Faulks, the noted performer in horsemanship, returns his most humble thanks to the ladies and gentlemen of this city, for the honour of going to see his exploits in horsemanship ...
Faulks, Mr
[Philadelphia : s.n., 1771]
1771
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