Stocqueler, Joachim Hayward

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referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXI (ff. 1033). April-June 1844. (1) 'The Destruction of the Bastile'. ff. 2-47 b. (2) 'The Will Forgers' al. 'Letitia Wingrove or the Crime Slumber of Forgery' ('Emma Wingrove or Crime Slumbers'), [by T. Mildenhall?]. ... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXII (ff. 1005). June-Aug. 1844. (1) 'Quid pro Quo or the Day of Dupes', by Catherine G. F. Gore. ff. 2-31 b. (2) 'The Mysteries of Paris or Father and Daughter' ('The Mysteries of Paris or Fathers and Sons'). ff. 32-7... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXVII (ff. 1235). Jan. 1845. (1) 'The Chimes', by Margaret Mellon, Act 2. ff. 2-32 b. (2) 'Monseigneur or Paris in the Last Century' altered from 'Paris in the Last Century' ('Monseigneur or Paris in 1720'), by T. H. Re... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXX (ff. 1135). April-May 1845 (see also 42983). (1) 'Who's the Papa? or my New Counterpane'. ff. 2-45. (2) 'L'Habeas Corpus ou Liberté Libertas', by C. Varin and 'L. Boyer'. French. Printed [1845]. ff. 46-55 b. (3) 'Le... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXLIII (ff. 1007). Oct.-Nov. 1847 (see also 43008), except art. 7 (April 1846). (1) 'Morning Calls'. ff. 2-18. (2) 'The Traveller's Room', by E. Fitzball. fF. 19-42b. (3) 'Shooting the Moon', by F. F. Cooper. ff. 43-86.... British Library
creatorOf `Stocqueler's Catalogue': a catalogue of books on politics, law, history and travel, mainly relating to the East, presumably compiled by Joachim Hayward Stocqueler (1800-85), journalist in India 1821-43, lecturer and publicist in England on Indian af..., 1875 British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXLIX (ff. 1047). June-Sept. 1848 (see also 43021, art. 1), except art. 24 (July 1845). (1) 'Les Égarements d'une Canne et d'un Parapluie', by F. A. Duvert and A. T. de Lauzanne de Vauxroussel. French. Printed (1843). f..., 1845-1848 British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXXXVI (ff. 901). Feb. 1847, except artt. 13-18 (Feb. 1848). (1) 'A School for Scheming', by 'D. Boucicault'. ff. 2-28. (2) 'The Yorkshire School or Life in Little', by G. D. Pitt. ff. 29-82. (3) 'Wildfire Dick and the... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXXVIII (ff. 1072). Feb.-April 1846 (see also 43007, art. 7). (1) 'Crusaders' al. 'The Betrothed, a Tale of the Crusades', by A. Bunn. ff. 3-74 b. (2) 'The Marble Maiden or Playing at Marbles' al. 'Playing at Marbles', ... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXXXVIII (ff. 873). March-April 1847. (1) 'Irène ou le Magnétisme', by A. E. Scribe and 'Monsieur Lockroy'. French. Printed (1847). ff. 2-19 b. (2) 'Athalie', by J. B. Racine (see also 42884, art. 15). French. Printed ... British Library
creatorOf 'England and France in the days of chivalry, or, The brothers in arms', new grand spectacle in three acts by J. H. Stocqueler. Licence sent 21 May 1855 for performance at Astley's Amphitheatre, 28 May 1855. Signed by William Cooke, lessee and mana... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXIX (ff. 1026). March-May 1845 (see also 42984 and 42986, art. 11). (1) 'Margaret Catchpole' ('Margaret Catchpole, the Female Horse-Stealer, or the Life and Adventures of a Suffolk Girl'), by G. D. Pitt. ff. 2-51 b. (... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXXX (ff. 1102). May 1846. (1) 'The Irish Tiger', by J. M. Morton. ff. 3-12. (2) 'Love's Victory or the Dead Woman's Secret', by W. T. Townsend. ff. 13-33. (3) 'Robin Hood and Richard Coeur de Lion', by J. H. Stocqueler... British Library
creatorOf 'The battle of the Alma', grand military spectacle in two acts by J. H. Stocqueler. Licence sent 21 October 1854 for performance at Astley’s Royal Amphitheatre 23 October 1854. Signed by William Cooke, lessee and manager and W. West, stage manager... British Library
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