Theatre. : Doors will be opened at a quarter past 6, and the curtain rise at 7 o'clock. Mr. Pearman, Mr. Horn, and Mrs. Austin's third night. The opera of Artaxerxes having been received with rapturous applause on Wednesday evening, will be repeated to-night. Monday evening, May 12, 1828, will be pr

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Chestnut Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.). Theatre. : Doors will be opened at a quarter past 6, and the curtain rise at 7 o'clock. Mr. Pearman, Mr. Horn, and Mrs. Austin's third night. The opera of Artaxerxes having been received with rapturous applause on Wednesday evening, will be repeated to-night. Monday evening, May 12, 1828, will be presented a petite comedy, in one act, called Cherry bounce. ... After which, the grand serious opera of Artaxerxes, by Dr. Arne. ... To conclude with a farce, called The rendezvous. ... To-morrow evening, Jane Shore. Jane Shore, Mrs. Sloman, (the first night of her engagement.) Dumont, Mr. Rowbotham, ... After which, a favourite farce, in which Mr. Sloman will appear. ...

Theatre. : Doors will be opened at a quarter past 6, and the curtain rise at 7 o'clock. Mr. Pearman, Mr. Horn, and Mrs. Austin's third night. The opera of Artaxerxes having been received with rapturous applause on Wednesday evening, will be repeated to-night. Monday evening, May 12, 1828, will be presented a petite comedy, in one act, called Cherry bounce. ... After which, the grand serious opera of Artaxerxes, by Dr. Arne. ... To conclude with a farce, called The rendezvous. ... To-morrow evening, Jane Shore. Jane Shore, Mrs. Sloman, (the first night of her engagement.) Dumont, Mr. Rowbotham, ... After which, a favourite farce, in which Mr. Sloman will appear. ...

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