Society for the Relief of Indigent Comedians of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane testimony presented to Edmund Kean [manuscript], 1816 March 27.

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Drury Lane Theatrical Fund. Society for the Relief of Indigent Comedians of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane testimony presented to Edmund Kean [manuscript], 1816 March 27.

Society for the Relief of Indigent Comedians of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane testimony presented to Edmund Kean [manuscript], 1816 March 27.

Kean elected as master of the corporation. Illuminated and signed by the committee.

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