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Box John Barmwell Taylor Box 2

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Contains 112 Results:

Handbills for Assorted Venues, Mainly in London, c1800 - 1939

 Sub-Series — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.187-207
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Handbills for travelling shows, exhibitions and performances at various venues, mainly in London.

Dates: c1800 - 1939

Splendid Paintings by the Ancient Masters Handbill, 1832

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.187
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Series of paintings from the galleries of the King of Spain, King Charles, I, King James II, the Regent of France, and the Convent of Santa Clara at Exeter Hall, Strand, London. Contains newspaper reviews. Printed by Howlett & Brimmer, 10 Firth Street, Soho.

Dates: 1832

Grand Musical Festival Handbill, c1891

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.188
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Mrs Sims Reeves at Exeter Hall, Strand, London. Huge concert with over twenty acts and a full orchestra. Printed by John K. Chapman and Co., 5 Shoe Lane, and Peterborough Court, Fleet Street.

Dates: c1891

Royal Menagerie Handbill

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.189
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A noble lioness and her three fine young cubs, exhibited along with Bengal Royal tiger, porcupines, leopards and other wild animals at Exeter Change, Strand, London. Poem on reverse, 2pp.

Dates: c1800 - 1939

Royal Grand National Menagerie Handbill, c1830 - 1839

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.190
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Pair of African lions, pair of Bengal Royal tigers, hyenas, porcupines, leopards, Bangalore wild cat, vultures and other wild animals at King's Mews, Charing Cross. Printed by J. King, College Hill, Upper Thames Street.

Dates: c1830 - 1839

Grand Gymnastic Display and Assault-at-Arms Programme, 30 May 1893

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.191
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Grand gymnastic display and assault-at-arms demonstrations at Gifford Hall, Gifford Street, 4pp.

Dates: 30 May 1893

Astley's Handbill, c1869 - 1870

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.192
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Christmas pantomime, A Terrible Tinker and Jack and the Bean Stalk at Astley's Amphitheatre, London. Huge Variety act containing trained elephants, Jack and the Beanstalk etc, 4pp.

Dates: c1869 - 1870

Harmonic Meetings Handbill, c1800 - 1899

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.193
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Flyer alerting people that harmonic meetings are held every evening as usual at Adelphi Shades, Adam Street, Adelphi, London, near to Strand and Charing Cross. Printed by T. Birt, 39 Great St Andrew Street, Seven Dials.

Dates: c1800 - 1899

Szentpetery’s Embossed Tableau Handbill, 1838

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.194
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Tableau representing the Battle of Arbela at the Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly.Under the Immediate Patronage of His Highnes Prince Esterhazy for the relief of the sufferers by the late dreadful inundation of the Danube. Printed by start Press, Cross Street, Hatton Garden.

Dates: 1838

Short's Observatory Handbill, c1855

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.195
Scope and Contents

Superb Achromatic Telescope at Short's Observatory, Carlton Hill, Edinburgh, Scotland. Exposition of Telescopes and Microscopes, Camera Obscura, Atmospheric Railway, Florascope, Chromatrope and other items.

Dates: c1855

Marshall's Original New Peristrephic Panorama Handbill, 1824

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.196
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Peristrephic Panorama at Great Room, Spring Gardens. Panoramas illustrating events that "occurred to Bonaparte, from his defeat at Waterloo till his death, displaying 12 views of St Helena, Battles of Genappe, Trafalgar etc".

Dates: 1824

The Celebrated Peristrephic Panoramas Handbill, 1824

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.197
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Panoramas of Ligny, Les Qyatre Bras and Waterloo at the Large Building next to the Pavillion Riding School, Church Street, Brighton. Life size painting showing 11 views and accompanied by full Military Band. Printed by T. Gardner, Lanes.

Dates: 1824

Another Grand Ball by the Mayor Handbill, c1820 - 1839

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.198
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Grand ball and portraits by artists of the Hubard Gallery at Nottingham. The words "Another Grand Ball by the Mayor" are in huge letters and between them are the explanation and details of the exhibition of the paintings of local people at a recent ball. Printed B.S. Oliver, Nottingham.

Dates: c1820 - 1839

Renewed Debate Handbill, 10 December 1822

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.199
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Tom and Jerry with Mr Ryley in the chair at the Literary Society, Great Room, York Hotel, Williamson Square, possibly Liverpool. A lecture given by the Literary Society on the "Question: Whether is the Dramatic Performance called Tom & Jerry calculated to improve or injure the morals of society?".

Dates: 10 December 1822

New & Elegant Orchestra Handbill, c1820 - 1829

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.200
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La Troupe Longuemare at Bagnigge Wells Gardens, near Islington, London. Concert, orchestra and acrobatic troupe opened in the Bagnigge Wells Gardens. Printed T. Goode, Cross Street, Wilderness Row.

Dates: c1820 - 1829

Captain Baker presents Lady Luck Handbill, c1930 - 1939

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.201
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Lady Luck the racehorse with eight feet. "The only thoroughbred Race-Horse in the world born with Eight Perfect Feet & Fetlocks". Printed Shentons Printing Works, Cheltenham.

Dates: c1930 - 1939

The Checktaker’s Farewell Benefit Ball Handbill, 22 January 1849

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.202
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Benefit dance at White Conduit House, Islington, London. "After Fourteen Years' Service on the Establishment".

Dates: 22 January 1849

Sandow the Monarch of Muscle Handbill, c1890 - 1899

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.203
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Eugene Sandow at The London Pavillion. Lists feats performed by famous strong man including having a horse, Roman Chariot and two persons going over a bridge on his chest.

Dates: c1890 - 1899

Saturday First will be the Last Day Handbill, c1810 - 1829

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.204
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Master Hubard at The Hubard Gallery, 66 Prince’s Street, Edinburgh, Scotland. "Master Hubard who cuts out with commons Scissors, the most striking likenesses in 20 seconds, without drawing or machine". Printed Ruthvens, Cowgate, Edinburgh.

Dates: c1810 - 1829

Mudie's Packet of Curiosities Handbill, c1876

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 2
Reference code: 178T1.205
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Advertisement for a comic troupe packet containing four amusing curiosities. Suitable for winter evenings.

Dates: c1876