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This evening, Friday, July 20th, 1827, will be presented (first time this season) the comick opera of Love in a village : ... after which (third time this season) a romance of a peculiar interest, entitled Presumption! or, The fate of Frankenstein, the musick composed by Mr. Watson, with Winter's Overture to Zaira ... with an entirely new last scene, conformably to the termination in the original story, representing a schooner in a violent storm! In which Frankenstein and the monster are destroyed.

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This evening, Friday, July 20th, 1827, will be presented (first time this season) the comick opera of Love in a village : ... after which (third time this season) a romance of a peculiar interest, entitled Presumption! or, The fate of Frankenstein, the musick composed by Mr. Watson, with Winter's Overture to Zaira ... with an entirely new last scene, conformably to the termination in the original story, representing a schooner in a violent storm! In which Frankenstein and the monster are destroyed.

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This evening, Friday, July 20th, 1827, will be presented (first time this season) the comick opera of Love in a village : ... after which (third time this season) a romance of a peculiar interest, entitled Presumption! or, The fate of Frankenstein, the musick composed by Mr. Watson, with Winter's Overture to Zaira ... with an entirely new last scene, conformably to the termination in the original story, representing a schooner in a violent storm! In which Frankenstein and the monster are destroyed.
Names
Drury Lane Theatre. (Publisher)
Dates / Origin
Date Issued: 1827
Library locations
Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle
Topics
Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft,
Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812. Love in a village
Peake, Richard Brinsley, 1792-1847. Presumption!
Notes
Content: Broadside playbill; also advertises: unspecified Dryden opera with music by Purcell ; the opera of Artaxerxes ; "the grand serio-comick opera called The oracle" [an adaptation of Peter von Winter's Das Unterbrochene Opferfest] ; The vampire, or, The bride of the isles! ; "a new musical drama to be called The serjeant's wife!" ; Lying made easy ; The Cornish miners.
Physical Description
Extent: 1 sheet ; 34 x 21 cm.
Type of Resource
Still image
Identifiers
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 56591360-0036-0130-2bda-58d385a7bc34
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  • 1827: Issued
  • 2013: Digitized
  • 2016: Found by you!
  • 2017

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Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle, The New York Public Library. "This evening, Friday, July 20th, 1827, will be presented (first time this season) the comick opera of Love in a village : ... after which (third time this season) a romance of a peculiar interest, entitled Presumption! or, The fate of Frankenstein, the musick composed by Mr. Watson, with Winter's Overture to Zaira ... with an entirely new last scene, conformably to the termination in the original story, representing a schooner in a violent storm! In which Frankenstein and the monster are destroyed." The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 1827. http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/7a50e7dc-a0c2-785c-e040-e00a180656cd

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Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle, The New York Public Library. "This evening, Friday, July 20th, 1827, will be presented (first time this season) the comick opera of Love in a village : ... after which (third time this season) a romance of a peculiar interest, entitled Presumption! or, The fate of Frankenstein, the musick composed by Mr. Watson, with Winter's Overture to Zaira ... with an entirely new last scene, conformably to the termination in the original story, representing a schooner in a violent storm! In which Frankenstein and the monster are destroyed." New York Public Library Digital Collections. Accessed July 24, 2016. http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/7a50e7dc-a0c2-785c-e040-e00a180656cd

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Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle, The New York Public Library. (1827). This evening, Friday, July 20th, 1827, will be presented (first time this season) the comick opera of Love in a village : ... after which (third time this season) a romance of a peculiar interest, entitled Presumption! or, The fate of Frankenstein, the musick composed by Mr. Watson, with Winter's Overture to Zaira ... with an entirely new last scene, conformably to the termination in the original story, representing a schooner in a violent storm! In which Frankenstein and the monster are destroyed. Retrieved from http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/7a50e7dc-a0c2-785c-e040-e00a180656cd

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This evening, Friday, July 20th, 1827, will be presented (first time this season) the comick opera of Love in a village : ... after which (third time this season) a romance of a peculiar interest, entitled Presumption! or, The fate of Frankenstein, the musick composed by Mr. Watson, with Winter's Overture to Zaira ... with an entirely new last scene, conformably to the termination in the original story, representing a schooner in a violent storm! In which Frankenstein and the monster are destroyed.