innkeeper of Abbeville, or, The ostler and the robber a drama in two acts by Edward Fitzball

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Published by John Cumberland, 6, Brecknock Place, Camden New Town in London .

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Performed at the Metropolitan Minor theatres, Surrey, 1826 and Olympic, 1830.

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Other titlesThe ostler and the robber.
Statementby Edward Fitz-Ball, Esq., author of The pilot, The floating beacon, The devil"s elixir, The flying Dutchman, The inchcape bell, &c. ; printed from the acting copy, with remarks, biographical and critical, by D-G. ; to which are added, a description of the costume,-cast of the characters, entrances and exits,-relative positions of the performers on the stage,-and the whole of the stage business ; as now performed at the Metropolitan Minor theatres ; embellished with a fine engraving, by Mr. Bonner, from a drawing taken in the theatre, by Mr. R. Cruikshank.
ContributionsDaniel, George, 1789-1864., Cumberland, John, 1787-1866, publisher.
The Physical Object
Pagination32p., [1] leaf of plates :
Number of Pages32
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Open LibraryOL17192169M

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She sacrificed her life to save her lover who anyway after her death did not wish to live. The highwayman came riding, up to the old inn-door.

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The speaker takes a moment to notice the landscape again, and he brings us back to the image of the road being like a ribbon across the purple moors, almost the same words as he used in line 3.

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