George Barnwell (or "A London Apprentice")

Theatre Royal / Brighton, England / October 18, 1830

(on same program with Idiot Witness)

(Actual program measures 7 x 16 1/2")

from Wikipedia

George Lillo (1691 – 1739) was an English playwright and tragedian who wrote his most famous play, George Barnwell,
which is considered one of the most popular and frequently produced plays of the 18th century, in 1731.

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