Oversize ephemera (A1). Box ++82.
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Folder containing items of very large ephemera. Includes: Report of the state of the Newcastle upon Tyne Infirmary (1752), Report of the state of the General Infirmary at Northampton (1807, 1812), Mr. Henry's planetarium and astronomical exhibition (George Street Music Hall (Edinburgh, 1859), trade, City of Bradford inaugural industries, music, art exhibition (1904), Royal Jubilee Exhibition (Manchester, 1887), entertainment, Theatre Royal (Drury lane, London, 1844), trials and executions (François Benjamin Courvoisier's murder of Lord William Russell, 1840), Population statistics ("of all the principal places throughout the world," 1846), sonnet to Giuseppe Giorgi and Francesco Fornasini (Carlo Bertuzzi, "del dottor Vincenzo Peri", 1841), religion (our national church) mentioning Charles Darwin and evolution (1883), "Admodum reverendis patribus patri petro canna..." (1795. Mentions circumcision), John Davis, Edward Everett and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts proclaiming a day of public thanksgiving (1837, 1839, 1841).