2 edition of On Saturday, April 22, 1815, will be presented a celebrated comedy ... called The West-Indian found in the catalog.
On Saturday, April 22, 1815, will be presented a celebrated comedy ... called The West-Indian
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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.Brought to Charleston, S. C., in October by Joseph George Hollman and gave first performance in November as Belcour in The West Indian. In Decemberhe began managerial career at Alexandria, Va.
Inbuilt a theater at Petersburg, Va., and also presented a play at Richmond.The Mosaic authorship of this book is now called in question, though it is allowed to be instinct with the spirit of the religion instituted by Moses, and it is considered to have been conceived at a time when that religion with its ritual was established in Jerusalem, in order to confirm faith in the Divine origin and sanction of observances.