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Theatre Royal, Covent Garden : this present Monday, May 30, 1831, will be acted (12th time) a new grand historical spectacle (curtailed into six parts) called Napoleon Buonaparte, Captain of Artillery, General, First Consul and Emperor ... To which will be added (29th time) a new melodrama, called: Neuha's cave, or, the South Sea mutineers, partly founded on Lord Byron's poem "The island", with entirely new picturesque scenery
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PA Broadside 214
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9, Denmark Court, Strand : Printed by W. Reynolds, 1831
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Byron, George Gordon Byron & Mariner, William & Covent Garden Theatre, issuing body. (1831). Theatre Royal, Covent Garden : this present Monday, May 30, 1831, will be acted (12th time) a new grand historical spectacle (curtailed into six parts) called Napoleon Buonaparte, Captain of Artillery, General, First Consul and Emperor ... To which will be added (29th time) a new melodrama, called: Neuha's cave, or, the South Sea mutineers, partly founded on Lord Byron's poem "The island", with entirely new picturesque scenery Retrieved September 18, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2696520082

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Byron, George Gordon Byron, Mariner, William and Covent Garden Theatre, issuing body. Theatre Royal, Covent Garden : this present Monday, May 30, 1831, will be acted (12th time) a new grand historical spectacle (curtailed into six parts) called Napoleon Buonaparte, Captain of Artillery, General, First Consul and Emperor ... To which will be added (29th time) a new melodrama, called: Neuha's cave, or, the South Sea mutineers, partly founded on Lord Byron's poem "The island", with entirely new picturesque scenery 9, Denmark Court, Strand: Printed by W. Reynolds, 1831. Web. 18 September 2021 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2696520082>

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Byron, George Gordon Byron & Mariner, William & Covent Garden Theatre, issuing body. 1831, Theatre Royal, Covent Garden : this present Monday, May 30, 1831, will be acted (12th time) a new grand historical spectacle (curtailed into six parts) called Napoleon Buonaparte, Captain of Artillery, General, First Consul and Emperor ... To which will be added (29th time) a new melodrama, called: Neuha's cave, or, the South Sea mutineers, partly founded on Lord Byron's poem "The island", with entirely new picturesque scenery Printed by W. Reynolds, 9, Denmark Court, Strand viewed 18 September 2021 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2696520082

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  | author2=Mariner, William.
  | author3=Covent Garden Theatre, issuing body.
  | title=Theatre Royal, Covent Garden : this present Monday, May 30, 1831, will be acted (12th time) a new grand historical spectacle (curtailed into six parts) called Napoleon Buonaparte, Captain of Artillery, General, First Consul and Emperor ... To which will be added (29th time) a new melodrama, called: Neuha's cave, or, the South Sea mutineers, partly founded on Lord Byron's poem "The island", with entirely new picturesque scenery
  | year=1831
  | section=1 broadside ; 33.5 x 21 cm
  | location=9, Denmark Court, Strand
  | publisher=Printed by W. Reynolds
  | url=http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2696520082
  | id=nla.obj-2696520082
  | access-date=18 September 2021
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