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Reminiscences of J. [John Lawrence] Toole. Two Volumes. London: Hurst and Blackett, Ltd, Hardcover. Theater owner and playwright, Augustin Daly's copy, auction number Illustrated by Alfred Bryan and W. Margetson. English comic actor and theater manager, J.
Toole ( - ), managed the Folly Theatre towards the end of. Reminiscences of J.L. Toole; related by himself, and chronicled by Joseph Hatton. Illustrated by Alfred Bryan and W.H.
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Buy Reminiscences of J. Toole () at nd: John Lawrence Toole. MR.J.L. TOOLE ON THE BENCH. Sir Henry Hawkins was sitting at Derby Assizes in the Criminal Court, which, as usual in country towns, was crowded so that you could scarcely breathe, while the air you had to breathe was like that of a pestilence.
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London: Sampson Low, Marston, et al, First edition of STOKER'S FIRST NOVEL. An early copy, INSCRIBED JUST TWO DAYS AFTER PUBLICATION to his friend J.
Toole / from his affectionate friend / Bram Stoker / The copyright date is but the actual date of publication was Novem English comic actor John Lawrence Toole was a friend of Stoker's and of Henry.
Sir Henry Irving (6 February – 13 October ), born John Henry Brodribb, sometimes known as J. Irving, was an English stage actor in the Victorian era, known as an actor-manager because he took complete responsibility (supervision of sets, lighting, direction, casting, as well as playing the leading roles) for season after season at the West End’s Lyceum Theatre, establishing.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Joseph Hatton books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Life. Wright became a citizen of London and a member of the Skinners' acting, in September at the Margate Theatre, John Reeve's part of Marmaduke Magog in the Wreck Ashore of John Baldwin Buckstone, he was seen in London, inat the Queen's a time spent on the stage in Birmingham and Bristol, he came to the St.
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[The greatest of all chapters in the life of Mr. Hawkins was the prosecution of the impostor Arthur Orton for perjury, and yet the story of the.
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These reminiscences were written by Charles Holt Stirrup and printed Shiel Barry in “Les Cloches de Corneville” was always a big draw. J.L. Toole, then an old man, was, frankly a disappointment. of plain and fancies. The most conspicuous thing in the place, however, was a silk loom from Coventry, weaving book markers in rows.
These. About this Item: Published by George Routledge and Sons, London,viii pages Railway Library Edition, corners, edges and the head and tail of the spine rubbed, covers marked, joints worn, textblock clean, fair condition, white paper over a hard cover with white titles on the front cover and black titles on the spine, 19 x 13 cm.
Reminiscences of J. Toole; (London, G. Routledge and Sons, ), by John Lawrence Toole and Joseph Hatton (page images at HathiTrust) La vie de théâtre. Grandes et petites aventures de Mlle Montansier. Esquisses. Anecdotes. Le thé)atre à Bade.
(Bruxelles, Ve Parent, ), by Victor Couailhac (page images at HathiTrust). In he ’chronicled' in like fashion Toole's reminiscences (2 vols.). In Hatton became editor of the 'People,' a conservative Sunday newspaper, and contributed to that paper (and also to a syndicate of provincial papers) his 'Cigarette Papers for After-dinner Smoking,' a weekly medley of reminiscences, stories, and interviews.
MERIVALE, HERMAN CHARLES (–), playwright and novelist, born in London on 27 Jan.was only son of Herman Merivale, permanent under-secretary of the India office [q.
v.]. Herman was educated first at a preparatory school and then at Harrow, where C. Vaughan, the headmaster, became much attached to him. t oole. Besides being a very old and privileged friend of the famous and popular comedian, I have had the pleasure of being associated with him in business, having composed the music for Mr.
Guffin’s Elopement and The Great Tay-kins, written by Arthur Law, and produced at Toole’s theatre. OCR Computer Science for GCSE Student Book Toyota Tacoma, 4Runner & T (93 - 04) Deadly Desire Fools Rush In (Weddings by Bella Book #1): A Novel When Lightning Strikes (Whiskey Creek) Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are.
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Arnold, ), by John Adye Curran (page images at. reminiscences and memoirs of north carolina and eminent north carolinians, by john h. wheeler, author of the history of north carolina, and member of the historical societies of north carolina, virginia, georgia, and pennsylvania." `tis well that a state should often be reminded of her great citizens." columbus, ohio: columbus printing works, Mary Gladstone and the Victorian Salon, explores the importance of the musico-literary intersections of the late nineteenth-century salon to Victorian liberalis A key strength of Mary Gladstone and the Victorian Salon is the way in which it uniquely extends nineteenth-century scholarship by revealing new details and connections.’Cited by: 2.
But the Oxford English Dictionary suggests that it all began with The Reminiscences of J.L. Toole (Toole having been a popular Victorian actor), published in In the book, one character is recounting an incident that involved a cork tree, when his companion interrupts to say it was a chestnut tree.
The Reminiscences of Sir Henry Hawkins (Baron Brampton) eBook The Reminiscences of Sir Henry Hawkins (Baron Brampton) by Henry Hawkins, 1st Baron Brampton. Henry Irving and Bram Stoker enjoyed a relationship which patently worked.
Irving provided the star power and the driving force, Bram a bottomless well of loyalty and the administrative capability to keep the show on the road. Their comradeship was without friction or rancour and they remained on good terms for twenty-seven years until that final chilly night in Bradford.
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Toole Autobiography of a Face. When we returned to the drawing room, into which I had first been shown, having specially noted on my way through the hall Keeley Halswelle’s sketch of Mr. Toole as The Artful Dodger inand a few pages from Thackeray’s MSS. of “Philip” which hung upon the wall, Mr.
Toole took out an enormous photographic album which contained the. IN JEST AND EARNEST: A BOOK OF GOSSIP. By JOSEPH HATTON, author of "The Reminiscences of J. L. Toole," "Henry Irving's Impressions of America," Clytie," "By Order of the Czar," "The Princess Mazaroff," &c. With a Prefatory Address to his friend, J.
L. Toole. LONDON: The Leadenhall Press, Ltd: 5o, Leadenhall-street, E.C. [Two-and-Sixpence. A love of the theatre was essential, of course, and also, I regret to say, a penchant for practical jokes.
For the purposes of this paper I recently re-read J. L. Toole’s Reminiscences, and was dismayed at the number of pages devoted to pranks which must have been bewildering and on occasion downright upsetting to the victims. But these.of the soldiers from Company H, Sergeant S.
O'Toole and Corporal R. Russell, sailed with Breckinridge up the St. Johns as far as it was navigable, helped haul the vessel miles overland to the Indian River, and then down to Jupiter Inlet on the Atlantic.
Finally, after many hardships and several narrow escapes from shipwreck and.