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y separately published work icon Farewell Address to the Twenty-Eighth Regiment on Their Departure to India single work   poetry   "To-night Mock Catalani reappears"
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'... the following farewell address ... is, we believe, the production of Mr. Nagel '

Source: 'Victoria Theatre', Australasian Chronicle (16 June 1842): 3

Issue Details: First known date: 1842... 1842 Farewell Address to the Twenty-Eighth Regiment on Their Departure to India
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Notes

  • At head of poem: Spoken at the Royal Victoria Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, on the evening of the 14th June, 1842.
  • 'On Tuesday evening the Theatre was patronized by Colonel French and the officers of the 28th Regt., which leaves in a day or two for India, where, we are afraid, they will have less amusement than they had that night. ... The Colonial farce of "The Mock Catalani" was repeated with great eclat. Sydney Gazette, 16 June 1842, p. 2

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    y separately published work icon Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser vol. 40 no. 4456 16 June 1842 Z1637356 1842 newspaper issue 1842 pg. 2
      Sydney, New South Wales,: 1842 .
      Extent: 1 broadsidep.
      Note/s:
      • Rex Nan Kivell Collection, National Library of Australia; NK11798.

Works about this Work

Victoria Theatre 1842 single work column
— Appears in: Australasian Chronicle , 16 June vol. 4 no. 407 1842; (p. 3)
Victoria Theatre 1842 single work column
— Appears in: Australasian Chronicle , 16 June vol. 4 no. 407 1842; (p. 3)
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