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The hunters of Kentucky as sung in character by Mr. Petrie with unbounded applause at Chatham Garden Theatre

Description

Notes:
the symphonies & accompaniments by William Blondell.
Caption title.
First line verse: Ye gentlemen and ladies fair, who grace this famous city, just listen if you've time to spare, while I rehearse a dity .
Wood-engraving of two Kentucky riflemen on each side of title.
Text of campaign song in eight stanzas used by Andrew Jackson.
Stanzas 2-7 engraved in two columns.
At end of second column: Engrd. by T. Birch.

Access Conditions

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No Copyright - United States
Restrictions on Use
Collection is open for research.

Citation

Blondell, William., "The hunters of Kentucky as sung in character by Mr. Petrie with unbounded applause at Chatham Garden Theatre" (1824). Prints, Drawings and Watercolors from the Anne S.K. Brown Military Collection. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:401092/

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