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Author Millingen, J. G. (John Gideon), 1782-1862.
Title The bee-hive : a musical farce, in two acts : as performed by the Drury-Lane Company, at the Theatre Royal, Lyceum.
Publication Info. New-York : Published by the Longworths, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery, Sept., 1811.
Location Call No. Status
 Rare Books Hammond  Ham L4882 S5    IN LIBRARY
Description 36 p. ; 15 cm. (12⁰)
Note "The overture and music, entirely new, composed by Mr. Horn."
Based on Pigault-Lebrun's Les rivaux d'eux-mêmes
Without the music.
With: With: The sons of Erin / A. Lefanu. New-York : D. Longworth, 1812 -- Not at home / R. C. Dallas. New-York : D. Longworth, 1811. Bound together subsequent to publication. ZNS
Indexed In: Shaw & Shoemaker 23391
Stoddard, R.E. Longworth dramatic imprints, 179
Local Note Library copy from Hammond Collection; bookplate of James Hammond's Circulating Library on front paste-down, numbered in ms., black ink: 1683.
Subject Pigault-Lebrun, 1753-1835 -- Adaptations.
Genre or Form Farces -- New York (State) -- New York -- 1811.
Library copies (Provenance) -- Rhode Island -- Newport -- 1811-1866.
Labels (Provenance) -- Rhode Island -- Newport -- 1811-1866.
Added Author Pigault-Lebrun, 1753-1835. Rivaux d'eux-mêmes.
Horn, Charles Edward, 1786-1849. Bee hive. Libretto.
Hammond, James, 1784-1866, former owner. ZNS
James Hammond's Circulating Library. ZNS
James Hammond's Circulating Library. 1683. ZNS
Longworths (Firm), publisher.
Literary and Dramatic Repository (New York, N.Y.)
Shakespeare Gallery (New York, N.Y.)