18 December 1734

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Theatre: Haymarket Theatre
Theatrical Season: 1734-1735
Volume: 3
Comments: [Duke and the young Princesses present.]

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    *p1734 12 18 hay Arlequin et Sa Troupe Comediens Esclaves; or, Harlequin and his Company of Comedians Slaves. Compos'd of three Different Plays, representing an Idiom of the French Stage, in General, beginning with a Prologue: The First Piece call'd Arcacambis, a Tragedy. The Second L'Ecole des Maris, a Comedy in Three Acts, written by Moliere. The Third Harlequin Always Harlequin, of the Italian Theatre. Cast not listed. DANcING. comment. [Duke and the young Princesses present.]
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    *p1734 12 18 hay Arlequin et Sa Troupe Comediens Esclaves; or, Harlequin and his Company of Comedians Slaves. Compos'd of three Different Plays, representing an Idiom of the French Stage, in General, beginning with a Prologue: The First Piece call'd Arcacambis, a Tragedy. The Second L'Ecole des Maris, a Comedy in Three Acts, written by Moliere. The Third Harlequin Always Harlequin, of the Italian Theatre. Cast not listed .hathi.*d1734 12 18 hay .hathi.*c1734 12 18 hay [Duke and the young Princesses present.] hathi.
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    Event: 16821 | 17341218 | hay | hathi | [Duke and the young Princesses present.]
    Performance: 30450 | 16821 | p | Arlequin Et Sa Troupe Comediens Esclaves; Or, Harlequin And His Company Of Comedians Slaves | Compos'd of three Different Plays, representing an Idiom of the French Stage, in General, beginning with a Prologue: The First Piece call'd Arcacambis, a Tragedy. The Second L'Ecole des Maris, a Comedy in Three Acts, written by Moliere. The Third Harlequin Always Harlequin, of the Italian Theatre. Cast not listed .
    Performance: 30451 | 16821 | d | | hathi.

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Compos'd of three Different Plays, representing an Idiom of the French Stage, in General, beginning with a Prologue: The First Piece call'd Arcacambis, a Tragedy. The Second L'Ecole des Maris, a Comedy in Three Acts, written by Moliere. The Third Harlequin Always Harlequin, of the Italian Theatre. Cast not listed .
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