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Broekman’s Circus and Great Monkey Performance Handbill, c1876

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.296
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Duke’s Theatre also known as Theatre Royal Holborn, London. Two part show with monkeys, poodles and equestrian entertainment, 4pp.

Dates: c1876

Venice Preserved Hnadbill, 18 December 1815

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.297
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Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also ‘Magpie or the Maid’.

Dates: 18 December 1815

Grand Parachute Descent Handbill, 13 June 1839

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.298
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Mr Hampton, the distinguished Aeronaut at Cremorne House, Chelsea. Printed by G. Nurton, 48 New Church Street, Portman Market.

Dates: 13 June 1839

Grand Victorian Fete Handbill, 1 May 1851

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.299
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Borini’s Bands of 100 Performers, Tableaux Vivants, The Balloon Ascent by the Celebrated Hampton, and Great Exhibition of Pyrotechniques, at Cremorne House, Chelsea. Only a shilling, balloon included. Printed by John K. Chapman and Company, 5 Shoe Lane and Peterborough Ct., Fleet Street.

Dates: 1 May 1851

Baronet Handbill, 1 April 1814

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.300
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Sir John Dinely at Argyll Rooms, London. ‘A Lecture on his wonderful Marriage-Offer Wherein he will endeavour to prove that, generally, Women excel the Men in Understanding'.

Dates: 1 April 1814

General Tom Thumb Handbill, 21 -23 July 1846

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.301
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Assembly Rooms Low Pavement, London. illustrated print with details added. Printed by Webb and Co., Litho., 8 Farringdon Street.

Dates: 21 -23 July 1846

John Woolcott Handbill, 10 March 1843

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.302
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The Muswell Hill Slasher exhibiting his far-famed dog Black Pinch at George’s Rooms, Westerham. Two dozen rats are let loose where John Woolcott’s dog will catch them.

Dates: 10 March 1843

Great Christmas Fete Handbill, 1874 - 1875

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.303
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Games, attractions, bazaars and sideshows at Royal Agricultural Hall, ‘the greatest combination of exhibitions ever brought together under one roof’, 4pp. Printed by G. Tarrant & Co., 70 Liverpool Road, Islington, N.

Dates: 1874 - 1875

Sanger’s Grand Circus Handbill, c1880

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.304
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National Amphitheatre, Westminster Bridge Road, London, ‘To Conclude with the Fifth Act of Richard III and the great Battle of Bosworth Field and the death of White Surrey’, 4pp.

Dates: c1880

Pictures by Murillo Handbill, c1880 - 1899

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.305
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28 Old Bond Street, London, ‘Comprising the Gallery Slave, the Negro Boy‘ among others. 4pp. Printed by W. Smith, King Street, Long Acre.

Dates: c1880 - 1899

Dioastrodoxon Handbill, 14 - 17 March 1821

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.306
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Mr Lloyd opening the Dioastrodoxon, Grand Transparent Orrery at Theatre of Astronomy, late the Minor Theatre, Catherine Street, Strand, London. Five scenes of the universe closing with the northern and southern celestial heavens. Printed by Glendinning, 25 Hatton Garden, London.

Dates: 14 - 17 March 1821

Greatest Living Phenomenas of Nature Handbill, c1847

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.307
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Gigantic fat girl, Miss Holmes - two dwarf sisters, Miss Emma Patten, the Dorsetshire dwarf and her sister, Ellen Patten - great golden boa constictor, real Crocodiles, and strangling serpents. Private exhibitions can be arranged. Printed by J. Trives and Son, Portsea.

Dates: c1847

Bonassus Handbill, 1821

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.308
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Newly discovered animal The Bonassus, at 287 Stand, London. ‘From the Apalachian mountains of America, is nearly seventeen Months old and Five Feet ten Inches high.’ A bison. Printed by Hewitt, No. 1 Prince’s Street, Drury Lane.

Dates: 1821

O’Brian the Irish Giant Illustration, 1893

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.309
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Illustration featuring a giant at nearly nine feet high.

Dates: 1893

Theatre Royal Handbill, 31 December 1838

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.310
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The Soldier's Daughter, comedy in 3 acts - The Sleeping Draught, farce in one act - Number Nip in Harlequin and the Gnome King - Beverley’s Grand Moving Diorama at Theatre Royal, Edinburgh.

Dates: 31 December 1838

Professor Kitchingman’s Performing Fleas Handbill, c1869

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.311
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221 Regent Street. Contains review of precious performance.

Dates: c1869

Henry Aston Barker’s Panorama Handbill, 1815

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.312
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Description of the representation of the Battle of Paris, fought on the 30th March, 1814. Circular illustration at Leicester Square, London.

Dates: 1815

The Royal Aquarium, and Summer and Winter Garden Society Programme, 7 February 1891

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.313
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Royal Aquarium, London. Illustrated, 4pp. Printed by Phipps and Connor, 13 and 14 Tothill Street, Westminster.

Dates: 7 February 1891

The Famous Arions Handbill, 22 October c1866

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.314
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Swiss Bell Ringers and Dave William the great Comic Artist. Programme describing performers with area left blank for over printing when touring, 4pp.

Dates: 22 October c1866

Babil and Bijou Handbill, 8 April 1882

 Item — Box: John Barmwell Taylor Box 3
Reference code: 178T1.315
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The Lost Regalia - ballet, chorus, and music - by Dion Boucicault, F.R. Planche, Frank W. Green and G. Jacobi - at Alhambra Theatre, London. Grand Fairy Spectacular Opera. Illustrated borders, 4pp. Printed by Letts, Son and Co., London, EC.

Dates: 8 April 1882