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  • Event:

    CRUISKEEN LAWN, THE, BALLAD

    COLLEEN BAWN, THE

  • Person: artist : Blatchly, W. D., Mr.
  • Date: 1860 (circa)
  • Brief description: Cropped photocopy of the title page for the ballad THE CRUISKEEN LAWN (which translates as "little full jug"), "As Sung by Mrs. Dion Boucicault" in THE COLLEEN BAWN. The ballad was sung during the performances at the Theatre Royal, New Adelphi in London in September 1860, and possibly during earlier productions in 1860, but the ballad predates Boucicault's play.
  • Identifier: UKC-CALB-COL-MUS-LDNADL.F190363
  • Theatre: Theatre Royal, Adelphi, Strand & Westminster & London & England
  • Subject keyword: lithograph & ballad & drama

Further Details

  • Accession Number: F190363
  • Event:

    CRUISKEEN LAWN, THE, BALLAD

    COLLEEN BAWN, THE

  • Organisation: lithographers : Kell Brothers, Lithographers, Castle Street, Holborn, London
  • Associated people: artist : Blatchly, W. D., Mr.
  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type:

    music title page

    lithograph

  • Identity code: UKC/CALB/COL/MUS/LDN ADL : F190363
  • Location: Special Collections' Store
  • Notes: The black and white lithograph depicts a scene from THE COLLEEN BAWN, with Eily, the Colleen Bawn, in the foreground holding up a ceramic jug, and Father Tom and Myles-na-Coppaleen seated behind her, a wooden keg on the floor by Myles's feet. The artist is W. D. Blatchly, printed by the Kell Brothers, Lithographers, Castle Street, Holborn, London.
  • Part:

    Boucicault Collection

    Calthrop Boucicault Collection

  • Condition: 2
  • Dimensions: 295 x 210 mm
  • Medium: black ink on paper
  • Date: 1860 (circa)
  • Theatre: Theatre Royal, Adelphi, Strand & Westminster & London & England
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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