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8. Walnut Street Theatre, Doors will be opened at a quarter after 6, and the performance commence at 7 o-clock. The Public is respectfully informed, that the Managers, anxious to gratify the friends of the Drama, have effected an arrangement with Mr. Kemble and Miss Fanny Kemble, for four nights only their engagements at New York & Boston rendering their longer stay impossible. - They will appear this evening, as Fazio & Bianca, in the Italian Wife. Nights of their Performance this week Friday & Saturday. Box Book open at 10 o'clock, on the Mornings of Mr. & Miss Kemble's Performance. Friday Evening, March 15, 1833. Will be presented the highly admired Tragedy of Fazio: or, The Italian Wife. Giraldi Fazio, Mr. Kemble ... : To conclude with the amusing Entertainment called the American Tar. Baron, Mr. Walstein ...

9. Walnut Street Theatre. Philadelphia, October 29, 1869. Last Performance But One and Benefit of Mr. Edwin Booth, Who will appear as Hamlet. Visitors are requested to remain seated till the close of the Play, as the noise occasioned by the impatient few, mars the pleasure of the more intellectual portion of the audience, that wish to witness the completion of the performance. Friday Evening, October 29th, 1869, The performance will commence at 1/4 to 8 o'clock, with Overture-Hamlet, Kaliwoda, After which will be presented Shakspere's Tragedy, in Five Acts, of Hamlet, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Mr Edwin Booth ...

10. Theatre. Second Night of Yusef Caramalli. Wednesday Evening, January 30, 1822, Will be presented a new Patriotic Melo-Drama, (for the 2d time here) called Yusef Caramalli; Or, the Siege of Tripoli. Written by M. M. Noah, Esq. Author of She Would be a Soldier, Marion, &c. and performed in New York with most distinguished applause. With new Scenery, Dresses and Decorations. The new Scenes designed by Mr. H. Warren, and exectued by him, Messrs. Robert Anners, J. Jefferson, and I. C. Darley. Yusef Caramalli, Bashaw of Tripoli, Mr. Wood. ... : After which, (not acted these 5 years) a Farce, in 2 acts, called St. Patrick's Day; Or, the Scheming Lieutenant. Written by R. B. Sheridan, Esq. Lieutenant O'Connor, Mr. Burke. ...