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Recruiting poster for the Yorkshire Light Dragoons, Napoleonic Wars, c. 1800 Featured Posters Image

Recruiting poster for the Yorkshire Light Dragoons, Napoleonic Wars, c. 1800

Under the command of T. R. Beaumont.
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: y13758

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Light Dragoons, Napoleonic Wars, Yorkshire

Alexander Theatre, Sheffield: playbill for Mrs Langtry in She Stoops to Conquer, 1976 Featured Posters Image

Alexander Theatre, Sheffield: playbill for Mrs Langtry in She Stoops to Conquer, 1976

Not dated, but possibly 1876 as July 10th fell on a Monday that year; also Lillie Langtry (married in 1874) would have been aged 23.
Monday, July 10th Mrs Langtry supported by her own specially selected company.
To commence, at 7.30, with a farce. At 8 o'clock, Goldsmith's Comedy, She Stoops to conquer [cast: Arthur Montfort, M.R. Selten, W. Hargreaves, W.H. Denny, Arthur H. Forrest, E. E. Colman, Arthur Weston, A. Thomas, I. Long, W. Goldsworthy, F. Hart, Fanny Coleman, Kate Hodson, Claire Douglas and Mrs Langtry].
Saturday, July 15th, Day performance of Goldsmith's comedy, She Stoops to Conquer [cast Miss Hardcastle - Mrs Langtry].
Monday, July 17th, the eminent Tragedian, Mr. Hy. Loraine.
Doors open at seven to commence at half-past.
Admission: centre boxes, 5s; side boxes, 2s; pit 1s; gallery, 6d.
Printed by W. Brittlebank, Printer (by steam power), Sheffield.
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: y13113

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Illuminated address given by the members of the City Council in gratitude for Councillor and Mrs Marshs work as Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress over the previous year, 1908 Featured Posters Image

Illuminated address given by the members of the City Council in gratitude for Councillor and Mrs Marshs work as Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress over the previous year, 1908

At a meeting of the Council of the said City held at the Council Chamber in the Town Hall on Monday 9th November 1908 it was unanimously resolved that the best thanks of this Council, under its corporate common seal be presented to Alderman Harry Parker Marsh for the able and very satisfactory manner in which he has performed his various official duties as Lord Mayor of this city during the year.It was also unanimously resolved that the best thanks of the Council under the corporate common seal be presented to the retiring Lady Mayoress Mrs Harry Parker Marsh for the venerable services rendered by her during the past year.Signed H. K. Stephenson, Lord Mayorand[Undecipherable], Town ClerkOriginal at Sheffield City Archives ref. MD7313/1

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