2 April 2008
[MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT]. -- THEATRE ROYAL, LYCEUM. Martin Chuzzlewit. London: W.S. Johnson, .
Broadside (498 x 280 mm). Text double-column. Woodcut title banner. (Some chips and short tears, a few small holes affecting some letters.) Provenance: Kenyon Starling.
The drama was adapted by Edward Stirling. This was first performed on 8 July 1844. Yale/Gimbel H890 (15-17 July); Kitton 479.
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