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Men and women of the time, a dictionary of contemporaries. By Victor G. Plarr. 14. ed. rev. and brought down to the present time

Men and women of the time, a dictionary of contemporaries. By Victor G. Plarr. 14. ed. rev. and brought down to the present time

Source : Internet Archive

Men and women of the time, a dictionary of contemporaries. By Victor G. Plarr. 14. ed. rev. and brought down to the present time

Men and women of the time, a dictionary of contemporaries. By Victor G. Plarr. 14. ed. rev. and brought down to the present time

Source : Internet Archive

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in Dec, 1867. Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft continued their successful career at the Prince of Wales's Theatre nntil Januai-y, 1880,


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and in each of them Mr. Bancroft created one of the leading characters. In 1867


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before and behind the curtain. Mrs. Bancroft has since shown considerable power as a writer by her important share in


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the management of Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft. In Jan., 1879, Mrs. Kendal returned to the Court Theatre. In 1881


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the following year Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft engaged Mrs. Langtry to play at the Haymarket Theatre, and she apperrad iu


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a drawing by him of Mr. Bancroft in Society brought him to the notice of the St.-Stephen's Review, where he


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Miss Terry was engaged by Mr. Bancroft to pla}' at the Prince of Wales' Theatre. In 1H7 (j Lord Lytton's


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Bancroft, George...