3 edition of Valsha, or, The slave queen found in the catalog.
Valsha, or, The slave queen
Joseph Stirling Coyne
First performed, October 30th, 1837.
|Other titles||The slave queen.|
|Statement||as performed at The Theatre Royal, Adelphi ; by J. Stirling Coyne, Esq. author of The queer subject, &c. ; correctly printed from the pompter"s copy, with remarks, the cast of characters, costume, scenic arrangement, sides of entrance and exit, and relative positions of the dramatis personae ; illustrated with an engraving, by Pierce Egan the younger, from a drawing taken during the representation.|
|Series||Webster"s acting national drama -- 23|
|Contributions||Chapman and Hall|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||36|
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