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The Conquest of America a Romance of Disaster and Victory

By: Cleveland Moffett

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...heir voice roareth like the sea, and they ride upon horses; every one set in array, as a man to the battle, against thee, O daughter of Zion_. Je... ...seen. And great hotels, like the Plaza, the Biltmore, and the new Morgan, formerly so bright, were scarcely discernible against the black skies. No ... ...uare, City Hall Park, Columbus Circle, at the Polo Grounds and in various theatres and motion-picture houses. Such a condition of excitement and t... ...H. Gary, Emerson McMillin, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and ex-Mayor Mitchel. Former President Wilson motored over from Princeton, accompanied by Profes... ...y so long as the results were satisfactory. Business must go on as usual. Theatres and places of amusement were to remain open. The city must be gay... ...ooked forward with pleasure to occupying as his Hartford headquarters the former home on Farmington Avenue of Mark Twain, whose works he had enjoyed... ...nary life and activities. Business was good, factories were busy, and the theatres were crowded nightly, especially Keith's, where the latest milita...

...ICA IV. INVASION OF LONG ISLAND AND THE BATTLE OF BROOKLYN V. GENERAL VON HINDENBURG TEACHES NEW YORK CITY A LESSON VI. VARIOUS UNPLEASANT HAPPENINGS IN MANHATTAN VII. NEW HAVEN IS PUNISHED FOR RIOTING AND INSUBORDINATION VIII. I HAVE A FRIENDLY TALK WITH THE GERMAN CROWN PRINCE AND SECURE A SENSATIONAL INTERVIEW IX. BOSTON OFFERS DESPERATE AND BLOODY RESISTANCE TO THE INV...

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Manhattan

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...New York County Manhattan at dusk in 2014 ... ... Manhattan at dusk in 2014 ... ... Location of Manhattan, shown in red, in New York City Coo... ...[4] and serves as home to the United Nations Headquarters.[5] Wall Street, in Lower Manhattan, has been called the financial capital of the world,[6][... ... 2014, the new One World Trade Center, at 1,776 feet (541 m) and formerly known as the Freedom Tower, became the tallest building in the Wes... ... building to 1,453 ft (443 m).[178][179] The former Twin Towers of the World Trade Center were located in Lower Manhatta... ...until they were surpassed by the construction of the Willis Tower in 1974 (formerly known as the Sears tower located in Chicago).[180] One World Trade... ...States. Plays and musicals are staged in one of the 39 larger professional theatres with at least 500 seats, almost all in and around Times Square.[23... ... least 500 seats, almost all in and around Times Square.[239] Off-Broadway theatres feature productions in venues with 100–500 seats.[240] A little mo...

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The Secrets of the Great City

By: Edward Winslow Martin

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...ITY OF NEW YORK. The City of New York is the largest and most important in America. Its corporate limits embrace the whole of Manhattan Island, on... ...t, is Wallack's Theatre. At Fourteenth street, we find a handsome square, formerly a fashionable place of residence, but now giving way to business ... ... lighted. The windows of the stores and restaurants, and the lamps of the theatres and concert saloons, add greatly to the general illumination, whi... ..." second class hotels, dance houses, fifth rate lodging houses, low class theatres, and concert saloons, abound in the lower part of the street. ... ... mother constantly amused themselves with writing the future title of the former, 'just to see how it looked.' Such a piece of good fortune could no... ...ode is. Visiting cards for the present season will be rather larger than formerly, and of the finest unglazed Bristol board. The new sizes will ten... ...nd the poor horses have no mercy shown them on that day. The low class theatres and places of amusement in the Bowery and adjacent streets are o...

...THE CITY OF NEW YORK. The City of New York is the largest and most important in America. Its corporate limits embrace the whole of Manhattan Island, on which it is situated, and which is bounded by the Hudson, the East and Harlem rivers, and by Spuyten Duyvil creek, which last connects the Harlem with...

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Broadway (Manhattan)

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... York. Perhaps best known for the portion that runs through the borough of Manhattan in New York City, it actually runs 13 mi (21 km) throug... ...haps best known for the portion that runs through the borough of Manhattan in New York City, it actually runs 13 mi (21 km) through Manhatta... ...nhattan in New York City, it actually runs 13 mi (21 km) through Manhattan and 2 mi (3.2 km) through the Bronx, exiting north from... ...bs Ferry, Irvington, and Tarrytown, and terminating north of Sleepy Hollow in Westchester County.[1] It is the oldest north–south ... ...nty.[1] It is the oldest north–south main thoroughfare in New York City, dating to the first New Amsterdam settlement. The name Br... ...new redesign, the bike lane is now on the right side of the street; it was formerly on the left side adjacent to the pedestrian plazas, causing confli... ... crosses Seventh Avenue in midtown Manhattan, is the home of many Broadway theatres, housing an ever-changing array of commercial, large-scale plays, ... ...f 59th Street) at West 59th Street and Columbus Circle; on the site of the former New York Coliseum convention center is the new shopping center at th... ...y north of Verdi Square is the formidable Apple Bank for Savings building, formerly the Central Savings Bank, which was built in 1926 and designed to ...

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The Secrets of the Great City

By: Edward Winslow Martin

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...ITY OF NEW YORK. The City of New York is the largest and most important in America. Its corporate limits embrace the whole of Manhattan Island, on... ...t, is Wallack's Theatre. At Fourteenth street, we find a handsome square, formerly a fashionable place of residence, but now giving way to business ... ... lighted. The windows of the stores and restaurants, and the lamps of the theatres and concert saloons, add greatly to the general illumination, whi... ..." second class hotels, dance houses, fifth rate lodging houses, low class theatres, and concert saloons, abound in the lower part of the street. ... ... mother constantly amused themselves with writing the future title of the former, 'just to see how it looked.' Such a piece of good fortune could no... ...ode is. Visiting cards for the present season will be rather larger than formerly, and of the finest unglazed Bristol board. The new sizes will ten... ...nd the poor horses have no mercy shown them on that day. The low class theatres and places of amusement in the Bowery and adjacent streets are o...

...THE CITY OF NEW YORK. The City of New York is the largest and most important in America. Its corporate limits embrace the whole of Manhattan Island, on which it is situated, and which is bounded by the Hudson, the East and Harlem rivers, and by Spuyten Duyvil creek, which last connects the Harlem with...

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American Broadcasting-Paramount Theatres

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... (television) Former names NBC Blue Network ... ...rs are located at 77 West 66th Street, on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in New York City. The American Broadca... ... The American Broadcasting Company (abbreviated ABC, stylized in the logo as abc since 1962) is an American commercial broadcast televisi... ...y, the operation of theaters, and filmmaking. Many of the company's assets in these fields have been sold to other entities, and since 2007, when ABC ... ... NBC. In the mid-1950s, ABC merged with the theater chain United Paramount Theatres, a former subsidiary of the film studio Paramount Pictures. Leonar... ... mid-1950s, ABC merged with the theater chain United Paramount Theatres, a former subsidiary of the film studio Paramount Pictures. Leonard Goldenson,... ...C sold its theater operation division to Henry Plitt, who renamed it Plitt Theatres. In the 1980s, after buying an 80% stake in the cable sports chann... ... 1.3 1950s: Merger with United Paramount Theatres 1.3.1 Hollyw... ...d Paramount Theatres A former Paramount theater in Denver At ...

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Crayon Sketches

By: Theodore S. Fay

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ....................................................................20 A WALK IN BROADWAY. ............................................................. .....................................................................89 LONDON THEATRES. ................................................................. ...ES. • IMITATION. • AN EVENING AT THE THEATRE. • A VOYAGE TO EUROPE. • LONDON THEATRES. Crayon Sketches 1 • EDITORIAL COURTESIES. • MR. LISTON. • FANN... ...and capacities! How diminutively local and ridiculously lilliputian seem his former experiences! He is now Crayon Sketches TRAVELING. MENTALLY AND BO... ...he scenes and places that looked so surpassingly fair to my inward vision in former times. I have become "familiar with strange faces," and have made ... ...d examine both sides of a subject; that they keep them, in some degree, from theatres, taverns, billiard−tables, and other immortalities; and that, mo... ...eep society fermenting like a barrel of ale at midsummer. In the eyes of the former, nothing is good but what is new; they are for turning the poor ol...

...Excerpt: THE following essays and sketches originally appeared in the New?York Mirror, under the signature of C. In collecting them for publication, in the present form, the editor, if he may assume so dignified an appellation, is actuated by two motives: first, a desire to do justice to...

...G SHAKSPEARE ACTED, 10 -- MONEY, 14 -- AN HUMBLE ADDRESS TO THE MARRIAGEABLE LADIES OF THE UNITED STATES, 17 -- BULWER AND WALTER SCOTT, 20 -- A WALK IN BROADWAY, 25 -- STEAM, 27 -- BIOGRAPHY OF JACOB HAYS, 31 -- LOVE OF CHANGE HOUSE HUNTING, 33 -- HYPOCHONDRIACISM, 35 -- IDLE PEOPLE, 38 -- PRIZE TRAGEDIES, 40 -- OYSTERS, 42 -- PASSAGES IN THE LIFE OF AN UNFORTUNATE, 44 --...

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42nd Street (Manhattan)

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... Grindhouse movie theaters on 42nd Street in 1985 before its renovation; the 200 block of W. 42nd Street; former Lyri... ...2nd Street in 1985 before its renovation; the 200 block of W. 42nd Street; former Lyric Theatre facade and nearby buildings ... ... The east end of 42nd Street is very different in tone from the west; looking west from bridge at 1st Avenue. The Ford Fou... ...ng west from bridge at 1st Avenue. The Ford Foundation Building is visible in the right foreground ... ...leeping, pickpockets...[2] while the street outside the theatres was populated with phony drug salesman ... low... ...es Square area. In 1990, the city government took over six of the historic theatres on the block of 42nd Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues. In... ... later. Since the mid-1990s, the block has again become home to legitimate theatres and mainstream movie theatres, along with shops, restaurants and a... ... Ford Foundation, between First and Second Avenues, former site of the Hospital for the Ruptured and Crippled (now known as the... ...e Hospital for Special Surgery)[3] News Building (formerly the New York Daily News Building), Second Avenue ...

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Crayon Sketches

By: Theodore S. Fay

... variety of global literacy programs. 60,000 PDF eBooks and PDF eDocuments in 104 languages have been optimized for text to speak. Let your computer r... ...EABLE LADIES OF THE UNITED STATES. • BULWER AND WALTER SCOTT. • A WALK IN BROADWAY. • STEAM. • BIOGRAPHY OF JACOB HAYS. • LOVE OF CHANGE—HOU... ...NDRIACISM. • IDLE PEOPLE. • PRIZE TRAGEDIES. • OYSTERS. • PASSAGES IN THE LIFE OF AN UNFORTUNATE. • SPRING. • PHILADELPHIA—NEW-YORK—BOSTON... ... IMITATION. • AN EVENING AT THE THEATRE. • A VOYAGE TO EUROPE. • LONDON THEATRES. • EDITORIAL COURTESIES. • MR. LISTON. • FANNY KEMBLE. • MADAM... ...d capacities! How diminutively local and ridiculously lilliputian seem his former experiences! He is now no longer bigotted to a doctrine or a dish, b... ... scenes and places that looked so surpassingly fair to my inward vision in former times. I have become "familiar with strange faces," and have made fr... ...examine both sides of a subject; that they keep them, in some degree, from theatres, taverns, billiard-tables, and other immortalities; and that, more... ...p society fermenting like a barrel of ale at midsummer. In the eyes of the former, nothing is good but what is new; they are for turning the poor old ... ... has made his study. The former are, as a naturalist would express it, "in theatres and at concerts— common;" the latter is of a species scarce all ov...

...PREFACE: BY THE EDITOR. The following essays and sketches originally appeared in the New-York Mirror, under the signature of C. In collecting them for publication, in the present form, the editor, if he may assume so dignified an appellation, is actuated by two motives: first, a desire to do justice to...

...NIENCES OF SEEING SHAKSPEARE ACTED. · MONEY. · AN HUMBLE ADDRESS TO THE MARRIAGEABLE LADIES OF THE UNITED STATES. · BULWER AND WALTER SCOTT. · A WALK IN BROADWAY. · STEAM. · BIOGRAPHY OF JACOB HAYS. · LOVE OF CHANGE—HOUSE HUNTING. · HYPOCHONDRIACISM. · IDLE PEOPLE. · PRIZE TRAGEDIES. · OYSTERS. · PASSAGES IN THE LIFE OF AN UNFORTUNATE. · SPRING. · PHILADELPHIA—NEW-YORK—BOS...

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Park Theatre (Manhattan)

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The Poetical Works of Henry Kirk White

By: Henry Kirk White

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... .............................................................................87 MANHATTAN ARMING. .......................................................... ...................................................................103 A SIGHT IN CAMP. .................................................................. ............................................................................113 MANHATTAN FACES. ........................................................... ... OF THESE STATES.[1] • TO A FOILED REVOLTER OR REVOLTRESS. • DRUM TAPS. • MANHATTAN ARMING. • 1861. • THE UPRISING. • BEAT! BEAT! DRUMS! • SONG... ...ore adopt the simplest course—that of summarising the critical remarks in my former article; after which, I shall leave without further development (a... ...avenues, amid temples, palaces, factories, libraries, shows, courts, theatres, wonderful monuments. Are those billions of men really gone? Are...

...al mondo ch'io ci sono.? ?MICHELANGELO. ?That Angels are human forms, or men, I have seen a thousand times. I have also frequently told them that men in the Christian world are in such gross ignorance respecting Angels and Spirits as to suppose them to be minds without a form, or mere thoughts, of which they have no other idea than as something ethereal Poems By Walt Whitm...

...], 81 -- EUROPE, THE SEVENTY?SECOND AND SEVENTY?THIRD YEARS OF THESE STATES. -- [1], 82 -- TO A FOILED REVOLTER OR REVOLTRESS, 85 -- DRUM TAPS, 87 -- MANHATTAN ARMING, 87 -- 1861, 90 -- THE UPRISING, 90 -- BEAT! BEAT! DRUMS!, 92 -- SONG OF THE BANNER AT DAYBREAK, 94 -- BANNER AND PENNANT, 94 -- THE BIVOUAC'S FLAME, 100 -- BIVOUAC ON A MOUNTAIN?SIDE, 101 -- CITY OF SHIPS, 1...

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Church of the Messiah (Manhattan)

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... 728-30 Broadway in 1867 ... ... Carl Pfeiffer[13] The Second Congregational Church in New York[14] ... ... Josiah R. Brady[19] The Second Congregational Church in New York, organized in 1825, was a U... ...ational Church in New York, organized in 1825, was a Unitarian congregation which had three permanent homes in Manhattan, the second of which became a... ... Broadway theatres ... ... Extant former ... ... Extant former Broadway theatres ... ... Coordinates not on Wikidata Churches in Manhattan Former theatres in Manhattan ... ... Coordinates not on Wikidata Churches in Manhattan Former theatres in Manhattan ...

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Psmith, Journalist

By: Pelham Grenville Wodehouse

...E Psmith, Journalist P.G. Wodehouse PREFACE THE conditions of life in New York are so different from those of London that a story of this kind... ...mercial lines at so many dollars per murder. The "gangs" of New York exist in fact. I have not invented them. Most of the incidents in this story are ... ... a genial individual calling himself "Gyp the Blood" shot a fellow-citizen in cold blood in a spot as public and fashionable as Piccadilly Circus and ... ... cases on a smaller and less sensational scale are frequent occurrences on Manhattan Island. It was the prominence of the victim rather than the unusu... ...to Psmith and Billy was unintelligible. "It would be a charity," said the former, "if some philanthropist would give this blighter elocution lessons.... ...s. Master Maloney was an earnest student of the drama, as exhibited in the theatres of the East Side, and few had ever applauded the hero of "Escaped ... ...ad covered much ground since last he had looked at the view. They were off Manhattan Island now, and the houses were beginning to thin out. Soon, trav...

...THE conditions of life in New York are so different from those of London that a story of this kind calls for a little explanation. There are several million inhabitants of New York. Not all of them eke out a precarious livelihood by murdering one a...

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Longacre

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...ces 3 People 4 Theatres 5 Horse racing ... ...erges Places Long Acre, a street in London, England Longacre Square, ... ... Long Acre, a street in London, England Longacre Square, former name for Times Square and Duffy Square in Manhattan, U... ... Longacre Square, former name for Times Square and Duffy Square in Manhattan, USA Longacres, St Alba... ... Longacre Square, former name for Times Square and Duffy Square in Manhattan, USA Longacres, St Albans,... ... Robert E. Longacre (1922–2014), American linguist Theatres Longacre Theatre, a Bro... ...a Broadway theatre, New York, USA Queen's Theatre, Long Acre, a former London theatre, England Hor... ...ngland Horse racing Longacres, a former horse-racing track in Washington, USA ... ... Horse racing Longacres, a former horse-racing track in Washington, USA Longacres Mile Ha...

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The Conquest of America a Romance of Disaster and Victory

By: Cleveland Moffett

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...heir voice roareth like the sea, and they ride upon horses; every one set in array, as a man to the battle, against thee, O daughter of Zion. Jer... ...seen. And great hotels, like the Plaza, the Biltmore, and the new Morgan, formerly so bright, were scarcely discernible against the black skies. No ... ...uare, City Hall Park, Columbus Circle, at the Polo Grounds and in various theatres and motion-picture houses. Such a condition of excitement and t... ...H. Gary, Emerson McMillin, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and ex-Mayor Mitchel. Former President Wilson motored over from Princeton, accompanied by Profes... ...y so long as the results were satisfactory. Business must go on as usual. Theatres and places of amusement were to remain open. The city must be gay... ...ooked forward with pleasure to occupying as his Hartford headquarters the former home on Farmington Avenue of Mark Twain, whose works he had enjoyed... ...nary life and activities. Business was good, factories were busy, and the theatres were crowded nightly, especially Keith's, where the latest milita...

... earth. They lay hold on bow and spear; they are cruel, and have no mercy; their voice roareth like the sea, and they ride upon horses; every one set in array, as a man to the battle, against thee, O daughter of Zion....

...ICA IV. INVASION OF LONG ISLAND AND THE BATTLE OF BROOKLYN V. GENERAL VON HINDENBURG TEACHES NEW YORK CITY A LESSON VI. VARIOUS UNPLEASANT HAPPENINGS IN MANHATTAN VII. NEW HAVEN IS PUNISHED FOR RIOTING AND INSUBORDINATION VIII. I HAVE A FRIENDLY TALK WITH THE GERMAN CROWN PRINCE AND SECURE A SENSATIONAL INTERVIEW IX. BOSTON OFFERS DESPERATE AND BLOODY RESISTANCE TO THE INV...

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Garrick Theatre (New York City)

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...s H. Kimball The Garrick Theatre was a 910 seat theatre built in 1890 and located on 67 West 35th Street New York... ...ng it the Garrick. Charles Frohman assumed management from 1896 until 1915. The Shuberts bought it in 1916 and leased it to Otto Kahn, who named it Th... ...éâtre du Vieux-Colombier. Kahn later gave it to the Theatre Guild. The Shuberts resumed management in 1925 and after three years of burlesque, it clos... ... Broadway theatres ... ... Extant former Broadway the... ... Extant former Broadway theatres ... ...umbus Circle) Manhattan Theatre (33rd St.) ... ... Categories Coordinates not on Wikidata Theatres completed in 1890 Br... ...adway theatres Cinemas and movie theaters in Manhattan Former theatres in Manhattan ...

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The Ne'Er-Do-Well

By: Rex Beach

... variety of global literacy programs. 60,000 PDF eBooks and PDF eDocuments in 104 languages have been optimized for text to speak. Let your computer r... ... III. A GAP • IV. NEW ACQUAINTANCES • V. A REMEDY IS PROPOSED • VI. IN WHICH KIRK ANTHONY IS GREATLY SURPRISED • VII. THE REWARD OF MERIT • ... ...roadway was rivalled by a glorious moonlit sky. The first autumn frost was in the air, and on the side-streets long rows of taxicabs were standing, th... ...teel were grinding its way toward the sea. Crowds began to issue from the theatres, and the lines of waiting vehicles broke up, filling the streets w... ...ecks, then into a ball-room filled with the flotsam and jetsam of midnight Manhattan. Above and around this room runs a white-and-gold balcony partiti... ...rs cannot assume an obligation without giving offence. Kirk was one of the former. Yet now he felt a sudden, strange hesitancy and a self-consciousnes... ...nd applicants for positions who have political influence back of them. The former are regarded as muckrakers, the latter as spies." "That's rather ro... ...son of Senor Ramon Alfarez. "What's all this trouble about?" inquired the former in none too amiable a tone. Kirk told his story as briefly and conv... ...erely a spot where we spend our vacations. They have wars and politics and theatres and divorces out there somewhere, but we don't care. We've lost st...

...It was a crisp November night. The artificial brilliance of Broadway was rivalled by a glorious moonlit sky. The first autumn frost was in the air, and on the side-streets long rows of taxicabs were standing, their motors blanketed, their chauffeurs threshing their arms to rout the cold. A few well-bundled cabbies, perched upon old-style hansoms, were barking...

...· I. VICTORY · II. THE TRAIL DIVIDES · III. A GAP · IV. NEW ACQUAINTANCES · V. A REMEDY IS PROPOSED · VI. IN WHICH KIRK ANTHONY IS GREATLY SURPRISED · VII. THE REWARD OF MERIT · VIII. EL COMANDANTE TAKES A HAND · IX. SPANISH LAW · X. A CHANGE OF PLAN · XI. THE TRUTH ABOUT MRS. CORTLANDT · XII. A NIGHT AT TABOGA · XIII. CHIQUITA ·...

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Samuel J. Friedman Theatre

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... Owner Manhattan Theatre Club Type ... ... 2004 The Samuel J. Friedman Theatre (formerly the Biltmore Theatre) is a Broadway theatre located at 261 West 47... ...he Biltmore Theatre) is a Broadway theatre located at 261 West 47th Street in midtown-Manhattan. Contents ... ... History 1 Biltmore Theatre in media 2 Notable productions 3 ... ... The theatre was used by Federal Theatre's Living Newspaper project in the 1930s. CBS leased it for use as a radio and television studio from 1... ... Bibliography Lost Broadway Theatres by Nicholas Van Hoogstraten, Princeton Architectural Press (1997) ... ... Broadway theatres ... ... Extant former Broadway theatres ... ... Extant former Broadway theatres ...

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Satanstoe

By: James Fenimore Cooper

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ... manners has a certain value. When customs are connected with principles, in their origin, development, or end, such records have a double importanc... ...scripts, and certain important theories of our own time, that we give the former to the world. It is perhaps a fault of your professed historian, ... ...rlooked by writers who aspire to enrol their names among the Tacituses of former ages. It may be well to say here, however, I shall not attempt the ... ...ent in the previous wars, and among them were several of my grandfather's former acquaintances. With these he passed many a cheerful hour, previousl... ... of the Mordaunts. You will get but a faint idea of what one of the royal theatres is, Littlepage, by this representation of ours, though it may ser... ...adverting to Anneke, he began to converse very sensibly on the subject of theatres and plays. I was both amused and instructed, for Mr. Bulstrode wa... ...ere, declared that his Cato would have done credit to either of the royal theatres. His dress appeared to me to be everything it should be; though I...

...Preface: Every chronicle of manners has a certain value. When customs are connected with principles, in their origin, development, or end, such records have a double importance; and it is because we think we see such a connection between the facts and incidents of the Littlepage Manuscripts, and certain important theories of...

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Reed A. Albee

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... Biography Albee was born on 8 September 1885 in Boston, Massachusetts to Edward Franklin Albee II and Laurette Frances A... ...te Frances Albee (née Smith). He had a younger sister, Ethel, who was born in 1890. Albee married Louise Holmes Williams, an actre... ...5.[1][2] On 7 March 1925, Albee married Frances Cotter in Jersey City, New Jersey. She worked at Jay Thorpe, Inc. at 24 West Fifty... ... Jersey. She worked at Jay Thorpe, Inc. at 24 West Fifty-seventh Street in Manhattan. They moved to Larchmont, New York and adopted a son, whom they n... ... See also 1900 US Census with Albees in Manhattan References ... ... ^   ^ "Reed Albee, Officer of Keith Theatres". New York Times. 3 August 1961. Retrieved 14 April 2011. Reed A. Albee, a former official of the BF Keith Corporation ... Mr. Albee was the son of th...

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Psmith, Journalist

By: Pelham Grenville Wodehouse

... variety of global literacy programs. 60,000 PDF eBooks and PDF eDocuments in 104 languages have been optimized for text to speak. Let your computer r... ...GUERILLA WARFARE • CHAPTER XVIII. AN EPISODE BY THE WAY • CHAPTER XIX. IN PLEASANT STREET • CHAPTER XX. CORNERED • CHAPTER XXI. THE BATTLE OF ... ...REET • CHAPTER XXII. CONCERNING MR. WARING • CHAPTER XXIII. REDUCTIONS IN THE STAFF • CHAPTER XXIV. A GATHERING OF CAT-SPECIALISTS • CHAPTER X... ... cases on a smaller and less sensational scale are frequent occurrences on Manhattan Island. It was the prominence of the victim rather than the unusu... ...to Psmith and Billy was unintelligible. "It would be a charity," said the former, "if some philanthropist would give this blighter elocution lessons.... ...s. Master Maloney was an earnest student of the drama, as exhibited in the theatres of the East Side, and few had ever applauded the hero of "Escaped ... ...ad covered much ground since last he had looked at the view. They were off Manhattan Island now, and the houses were beginning to thin out. Soon, trav...

...PREFACE: THE conditions of life in New York are so different from those of London that a story of this kind calls for a little explanation. There are several million inhabitants of New York. Not all of them eke out a precarious livelihood by murdering one a...

...R XV. AN ADDITION TO THE STAFF · CHAPTER XVI. THE FIRST BATTLE · CHAPTER XVII. GUERILLA WARFARE · CHAPTER XVIII. AN EPISODE BY THE WAY · CHAPTER XIX. IN PLEASANT STREET · CHAPTER XX. CORNERED · CHAPTER XXI. THE BATTLE OF PLEASANT STREET · CHAPTER XXII. CONCERNING MR. WARING · CHAPTER XXIII. REDUCTIONS IN THE STAFF · CHAPTER XXIV. A GATHERING OF CAT-SPECIALISTS · CHAPTER XX...

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Grand Hotel (New York City)

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... Location 1232-1238 Broadway Manhattan, New York City ... ... September 11, 1979 The hotel (left) in 1910. At right is Wall... ...llack's Theatre The Grand Hotel at 1232-1238 Broadway at the corner of West 31st Street in the NoMad neighborhood... ... The Grand Hotel at 1232-1238 Broadway at the corner of West 31st Street in the NoMad neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City,... ...est 31st Street in the NoMad neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City, was built in 1868 and was designed by Henry Engelbert in the Second Empire styl... ...e area of Broadway between Madison Square and Herald Square was the premier entertainment district in the city, teaming with theatres, restaurants and... ...ces in 1983. See also National Register of Historic Places listings in Manhattan from 14th to 59... ... Second Empire architecture in New York Hotel buildings completed in 1868 Former hotels in Manhatta...

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The Works of Washington Irving Wolfert's Roost and Other Short Stories

By: B. West Clinedinst

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...ME OF UNEXAMPLED PROSPERITY" 129 The Great Mississippi Bubble 132 SKETCHES IN PARIS IN 1825. The Parisian Hotel .... 167 My French Neighbor 170 The En... ...UT five-and-twenty miles from the ancient and re nowned city of Manhattan, formerly called New Am sterdam, and vulgarly called New York, on the easter... ...hivalry, the Skinners and the Cow Boys, famous in revolutionary story: the former fought, or rather marauded, under the American, the latter, under th... ...ty a " hero of seventy-six." In a little while he sought the scenes of his former triumphs and mishaps, rebuilt the Roost, restored his goose-gun to t... ...re the London papers are taken. Some times his daughters entice him to the theatres, but not often. He abuses French tragedy, as all fustian and bomba... ...nd amusement; fill the public gar dens, the galleries, the cafes, saloons, theatres ; always herding together, never associating with the French. The ... ... apartments, 18 274 THE COUNT VAN HORN and took him to their boxes at the theatres. He was often noticed, too, at the doors of the most fashionable c...

...Excerpt: CHRONICLE I. ABOUT five-and-twenty miles from the ancient and renowned city of Manhattan, formerly called New Amsterdam, and vulgarly called New York, on the eastern bank of that expansion of the Hudson known among Dutch mariners of yore as the Tappan Zee, being in fact the great Mediterranean Sea of th...

...96 -- THE KNIGHT OF MALTA no -- The Grand Prior of Minorca 112 -- A TIME OF UNEXAMPLED PROSPERITY 129 -- The Great Mississippi Bubble 132 -- SKETCHES IN PARIS IN 1825. The Parisian Hotel, 167 -- My French Neighbor 170 -- The Englishman at Paris 173 -- English and French Character 176 -- The Tuileries and Windsor Castle 179 -- The Field of Waterloo 183 -- Paris at the Resto...

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Broadway

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... Contents Theatres 1 Streets 2 ... ... Streets 2 In North America 2.1 ... ...th America 2.1 In New York City 2.1.1 ... ... In the United Kingdom 2.2 ... ... See also 9 Theatres Broadway theatre, theatrical producti... ...dway theatre, theatrical productions produced in one of forty professional theatres located around Broadway in Manhattan, New York ... ...y, Australian actress Geoff Broadway, New Zealand former middle-distance runner Lance Broadway (born... ...er Lance Broadway (born 1983), American actor and former Major League Baseball pitcher Remi Broadway... ...erican football coach Shane Broadway (born 1972), former Arkansas state senator Tony Broadway, One o...

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The Secrets of the Great City

By: Edward Winslow Martin

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... .....................................................47 CHAPTER XII. BUSINESS IN NEW YORK. ............................................................. ...reet, is Wallack's Theatre. At Fourteenth street, we find a handsome square, formerly a fashionable place of residence, but now giving way to business... ...tly lighted. The windows of the stores and restaurants, and the lamps of the theatres and concert saloons, add greatly to the general illumination, wh... ...ns,” second class hotels, dance houses, fifth rate lodging houses, low class theatres, and concert saloons, abound in the lower part of the street. Th... ...her mother constantly amused themselves with writing the future title of the former, 'just to see how it looked.' Such a piece of good fortune could n... ...he mode is. Visiting cards for the present season will be rather larger than formerly, and of the finest unglazed Bristol board. The new sizes will te... ...and, and the poor horses have no mercy shown them on that day. The low class theatres and places of amusement in the Bowery and adjacent streets are o...

...Excerpt: Chapter 1. THE CITY OF NEW YORK. The City of New York is the largest and most important in America. Its corporate limits embrace the whole of Manhattan Island, on which it is situated, and which is bounded by the Hudson, the East and Harlem rivers, and by Spuyten Duyvil creek, which last connects the Harlem with...

...ter VIII. LINES OF TRAVEL, 37 -- Chapter IX. STREET MUSICIANS, 40 -- Chapter X. THE PRESS, 45 -- Chapter XI. WALL STREET, 47 -- Chapter XII. BUSINESS IN NEW YORK, 57 -- Chapter XIII. FASHIONABLE SHOPPING, 59 -- Chapter XIV. IMPOSTORS, 60 -- Chapter XV. SUNDAY IN NEW YORK, 62 -- Chapter XVI. THE DETECTIVES, 63 -- Chapter XVII. FIVE POINTS, 67 -- Chapter XVIII. HOTEL LIFE, 7...

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The Shubert Organization

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...t Organization is a theatrical producing organization and a major owner of theatres based in Manhattan, New York City. It was founded by the Shubert b... ...is a theatrical producing organization and a major owner of theatres based in Manhattan, New York City. It was founded by the Shubert brothers, Sam S.... ...a theatrical producing organization and a major owner of theatres based in Manhattan, New York City. It was founded by the Shubert brothers, Sam S. Sh... ...York – colloquially and collectively known as "The Shuberts" – in the late 19th century in upstate New York, entering into New York City p... ... 19th century in upstate New York, entering into New York City productions in 1900. The organization produced a large number of shows and began acquir... ...ting, which includes Telecharge, handles tickets for 70 theaters. Several former Shubert-owned theaters across the United States that are still refer... ...of America Theatre in 2008 after that institution purchased LaSalle Bank. Theatres Broadway Ambassador TheatreEthel Barrymore Theatre Belasco Theatr... ...re TheatreLyceum TheatreMajestic TheatreMusic Box TheatreGerald Schoenfeld TheatreShubert TheatreWinter Garden Theatre Off-BroadwayLittle Shubert Th... ...t Theatre RegionalForrest Theatre (Philadelphia)Shubert Theatre (Boston) Former Theatres BroadwayAvon TheatreAdelphi Theatre (1944-1970)Bijou Theat...

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Satanstoe; Or, The Littlepage Manuscripts

By: James Fenimore Cooper

... variety of global literacy programs. 60,000 PDF eBooks and PDF eDocuments in 104 languages have been optimized for text to speak. Let your computer r... ...f manners has a certain value. When customs are connected with principles, in their origin, development, or end, such records have a double importance... ...uscripts, and certain important theories of our own time, that we give the former to the world. It is perhaps a fault of your professed historian, to ... ...that are humbler. The foundations of great events, are often remotely laid in very capricious and uncalculated passions, motives, or impulses. Chance ... ...erlooked by writers who aspire to enrol their names among the Tacituses of former ages. It may be well to say here, however, I shall not attempt the h... ...nent in the previous wars, and among them were several of my grandfather's former acquaintances. With these he passed many a cheerful hour, previously... ..., of the Mordaunts. You will get but a faint idea of what one of the royal theatres is, Littlepage, by this representation of ours, though it may serv... ... adverting to Anneke, he began to converse very sensibly on the subject of theatres and plays. I was both amused and instructed, for Mr. Bulstrode was... ...here, declared that his Cato would have done credit to either of the royal theatres. His dress appeared to me to be everything it should be; though I ...

...Every chronicle of manners has a certain value. When customs are connected with principles, in their origin, development, or end, such records have a double importance; and it is because we think we see such a connection between the facts and incidents of the Littlepage Manuscripts, and certain important theories of...

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American Music Hall

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Satanstoe

By: James Fenimore Cooper

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ... manners has a certain value. When customs are connected with principles, in their origin, development, or end, such records have a double importanc... ...scripts, and certain important theories of our own time, that we give the former to the world. It is perhaps a fault of your professed historian, ... ...rlooked by writers who aspire to enrol their names among the Tacituses of former ages. It may be well to say here, however, I shall not attempt the ... ...ent in the previous wars, and among them were several of my grandfather's former acquaintances. With these he passed many a cheerful hour, previousl... ... of the Mordaunts. You will get but a faint idea of what one of the royal theatres is, Littlepage, by this representation of ours, though it may ser... ...adverting to Anneke, he began to converse very sensibly on the subject of theatres and plays. I was both amused and instructed, for Mr. Bulstrode wa... ...ere, declared that his Cato would have done credit to either of the royal theatres. His dress appeared to me to be everything it should be; though I...

...Every chronicle of manners has a certain value. When customs are connected with principles, in their origin, development, or end, such records have a double importance; and it is because we think we see such a connection between the facts and incidents of the Littlepage Manuscripts, and certain important theories of...

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Capitol Theatre (New York City)

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... Owner Loews Theatres ... ... The Capitol Theatre was a movie palace located at 1645 Broadway, just north of Times Square in New York City, across from the Winter Garden The... ...signed by architect Thomas W. Lamb, who also designed other major theaters such as the Fox Theater in San Francisco, the Capitol seated 4,000 and open... ...eaters that dominated the film exhibition business for the next 40 years. The theater was acquired in 1924 by the entertainment magnate Marcus Loew an... ...ired in 1924 by the entertainment magnate Marcus Loew and became the flagship of his deluxe Loew's Theatres chain. ... ... Movie palaces Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Former theatres in Manhattan ... ... Movie palaces Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Former theatres in Manhattan Theatre... ... Movie palaces Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Former theatres in Manhattan Theatres completed ...

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The Tempting of Tavernake

By: E. Phillips Oppenheim

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...ESPAIR AND INTEREST They stood upon the roof of a London boarding-house in the neighborhood of Russell Square--one of those grim shelters, the re... ...ansatlantic curiosity and British penury. The girl --she represented the former race was leaning against the frail palisading, with gloomy expressi... ...APTER III AN UNPLEASANT MEETING It was a quarter past eleven and the theatres were disgorging their usual nightly crowds. The most human thoro... ... presence in the room mean? The bed creaked heavily as she regained her former position. A voice came to her from behind the screen. She knew it... ... knew something of Beatrice. Perhaps this was one of the friends of that former life concerning which she had told him nothing. "You are not, by... ...her don't feel smart enough for the big restaurants. The people from the theatres come in here who have not time to change their clothes. As you p... ..." "Then I saw your name in the papers," she declared. "It was for the Manhattan Syndicate, wasn't it?" Tavernake nodded, and one of the men of...

...DESPAIR AND INTEREST. They stood upon the roof of a London boarding-house in the neighborhood of Russell Square?one of those grim shelters, the refuge of Transatlantic curiosity and British penury. The girl?she represented the former race was leaning against the frail palisading, with gloomy expres...

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Performance Space 122

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...122 Performance Space 122 (P.S. 122) is housed in an old public elementary sc... ... is a not-for-profit arts organization and one of the longest standing venues dedicated to contemporary performance art in New York City. Founded in 1... ...rt in New York City. Founded in 1979 in the abandoned Public School 122 building at 150 First Avenue at East 9th Street in the East Village neighborho... ...an Lee's Theater Company and New York City Players as well as countless other emerging artists. The former elementary school was a... ...ssible through a donation by New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg. [1] [2] P.S. 122 now boasts two theatres, and presents dance, ... ...taff, a national touring program, an active commission program and low-cost rehearsal space. Its first floor space, the former school gym, is a small ... ...ll 69-seat black box approximately 30' wide by 22' deep with a 10'10" lighting grid height; its second floor space (the former school cafeteria) is a ... ... Off-Broadway theatres ... ...S1 Korean-language sources (ko) Commons category without a link on Wikidata Theatres in Manhattan ...

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Satanstoe; Or, The Littlepage Manuscripts. A Tale of the Colony

By: James Fenimore Cooper

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ... of manners has a certain value. When customs are connected with principles, in their origin, development, or end, such records have a double importan... ...anuscripts, and certain important theories of our own time, that we give the former to the world. It is perhaps a fault of your professed historian, t... ...overlooked by writers who aspire to enrol their names among the Tacituses of former ages. It may be well to say here, however, I shall not attempt the... ...tinent in the previous wars, and among them were several of my grandfather's former acquaintances. With these he passed many a cheerful hour, previous... ...ve, of the Mordaunts. You will get but a faint idea of what one of the royal theatres is, Littlepage, by this representation of ours, though it may se... ...in adverting to Anneke, he began to converse very sensibly on the subject of theatres and plays. I was both amused and instructed, for Mr. Bulstrode w... ... there, declared that his Cato would have done credit to either of the royal theatres. His dress appeared to me to be everything it should be; though ...

...Preface: Every chronicle of manners has a certain value. When customs are connected with principles, in their origin, development, or end, such records have a double importance; and it is because we think we see such a connection between the facts and incidents of the Littlepage Manuscripts, and certain important theories of...

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Olympia Theatre (New York City)

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...n's Olympia, was a theatre complex built by impresario Oscar Hammerstein I in Longacre Square (later Times Square), New York City, opening in 1895. It... ... 30 performers from Europe appearing.[3] It was the second theater to open in what is now known as the Theater District. The first was the Empire Thea... ... later named the New York Theatre and Loew's New York. In 1935, architects Thomas W. Lamb and Eugene DeRosa redesigned the site. H... ... ^ a b Morrison, William (1999). Broadway Theatres: History and Architecture (trade paperback). Dover Books on Archit... ... Broadway theatres ... ... Extant former Broadway theatres ... ... Extant former Broadway theatres ... ...ta Coordinates not on Wikidata Former theatres in Manhattan Event venues established... ... Extant former Broadway theatres ...

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The Ways of the Hour

By: James Fenimore Cooper

... variety of global literacy programs. 60,000 PDF eBooks and PDF eDocuments in 104 languages have been optimized for text to speak. Let your computer r... ...of the reader to some of the social evils that beset us; more particularly in connection with the administration of criminal justice. So long a time h... ...ovelty. A strange indifference exists as to the composition of the juries. In our view, the institution itself, so admirable in a monarchy, is totally... ...se who dwell along their lines, prejudice is usually so strong against the former, that justice for them is nearly hopeless. In certain parts of the c... ...d II. In one respect, there is a visible improvement in the goodly town of Manhattan, and that is in its architecture. Of its growth, there has never ... ...garity. But this radical defect is slowly disappearing from the streets of Manhattan; and those who build, are getting to understand that architecture... ...t and his stables on the other; leaving himself a space in the rear of the former, that was prodigious for a town so squeezed into parallelograms of t... ... carefully abstained from all allusions that might furnish any clue to her former place of abode, or to any fact that would tend to betray her secret.... ... to feast on, a pretty clamour there would be! If the state requires cheap theatres, and cheap women, let the state pay for them, as it does for its o...

...A hundred instances might be given in which the juries of this country are an evil; one or two of which we will point out. In trials between railroad companies and those who dwell along their lines, prejudice is usually so strong against the former, that justi...

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Ethel Barrymore Theatre

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... Production The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Constructi... ...ite shubertorganization.com/theatres/ethel_barrymore.asp The Ethel... ...el Barrymore Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 243 West 47th Street in midtown-Manhattan, named for actress Ethel Barrymore. ... ...e Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 243 West 47th Street in midtown-Manhattan, named for actress Ethel Barrymore. Designed ... ...ading lady Ethel Barrymore. Over the next dozen years she returned to star in The Love Duel (1929), Scarlett Sister Mary (1930), The School for Scanda... ...has been used continuously as a legitimate house, unlike many of the older theatres that have been used for a variety of purposes throughout the years... ... Broadway theatres ... ... Extant former Broadway theatres ... ... Manhattan Theatre (33rd St.) ...

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The Tempting of Tavernake

By: E. Phillips Oppenheim

... variety of global literacy programs. 60,000 PDF eBooks and PDF eDocuments in 104 languages have been optimized for text to speak. Let your computer r... ...BEATRICE REFUSES • CHAPTER VI. UNDERSTANDING COMES TOO LATE • CHAPTER VII. IN A VIRGIN COUNTRY • CHAPTER VIII. BACK TO CIVILIZATION • CHAPTER IX. FOR ... .... DESPAIR AND INTEREST They stood upon the roof of a London boarding-house in the neighborhood of Russell Square—one of those grim shelters, the refug... ... Transatlantic curiosity and British penury. The girl —she represented the former race was leaning against the frail palisading, with gloomy expressio... ... CHAPTER III. AN UNPLEASANT MEETING It was a quarter past eleven and the theatres were disgorging their usual nightly crowds. The most human thoroug... ...is presence in the room mean? The bed creaked heavily as she regained her former position. A voice came to her from behind the screen. She knew it at... ...he knew something of Beatrice. Perhaps this was one of the friends of that former life concerning which she had told him nothing. "You are not, by an... ...other don't feel smart enough for the big restaurants. The people from the theatres come in here who have not time to change their clothes. As you per... ...est." "Then I saw your name in the papers," she declared. "It was for the Manhattan Syndicate, wasn't it?" Tavernake nodded, and one of the men of t...

...They stood upon the roof of a London boarding-house in the neighborhood of Russell Square—one of those grim shelters, the refuge of Transatlantic curiosity and British penury. The girl —she represented the former race was leaning against the frail palisading, with gloomy expre...

...TER III. OLD FRIENDS MEET · CHAPTER IV. PRITCHARD'S GOOD NEWS · CHAPTER V. BEATRICE REFUSES · CHAPTER VI. UNDERSTANDING COMES TOO LATE · CHAPTER VII. IN A VIRGIN COUNTRY · CHAPTER VIII. BACK TO CIVILIZATION · CHAPTER IX. FOR ALWAYS...

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Majestic Theatre (Broadway)

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... www.shubertorganization.com/theatres/majestic The Majestic Theatre... ...The Majestic Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 245 West 44th Street in midtown Manhattan. It is one of the largest Broadway theatres with 1,645... ...c Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 245 West 44th Street in midtown Manhattan. It is one of the largest Broadway theatres with 1,645 seats, and... ...5 West 44th Street in midtown Manhattan. It is one of the largest Broadway theatres with 1,645 seats, and traditionally has been used as a venue for m... ...1,112 performances to date, it is currently the longest-running production in Broadway history. Contents ... ... The Majestic was purchased by the New York City landmarks in 1987. Timeline of productions Pro... ... Further reading Morrison, William. Broadway Theatres: History and Architecture. New York: Dover Publications (1999) ISB... ... Extant former Broadway theatres ... ... Manhattan Theatre (33rd St.) ...

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Lands of the Slave and the Free

By: Henry A. Murray

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ..., whan they're here, would make shift to agree, And ilk said to his neebor in cottage an' hall, 'Come, gie me your hand, we are brethren all.'“ [T... ...ions expressed by a large majority of those publications that considered the former edition worthy of notice, have induced me to cut out many passages... ...anting in the work, a prefacial waggon is put before the chapteral pony, the former acting the part of pemican, or concentrated essence, the latter re... ...rious bay; the latter, land−locked save where lost in the distant ocean; the former skirted by the great Babylon of America on one side, and the lovel... ...doubtless help to pave the way for the bowie−knife in more mature years. The theatres at New Orleans are neat and airy. Lola Montez succeeded in creat... ... that their sensitive delicacy may not receive too rude a shock. Besides the theatres here, there is also an opera, the music of which, vocal and inst... ...t−off against the dramatizing of “Uncle Tom” in London, at some of our penny theatres. Of course I went to see it, and never laughed more in all my li...

...Excerpt: THE encouragement of friends, and the opinions expressed by a large majority of those publications that considered the former edition worthy of notice, have induced me to cut out many passages which might possibly not interest the general reader, in order that I might send it forth to the public in a more cheap and popular form. Writing upon ...

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Majestic Theatre (Columbus Circle)

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...at 5 Columbus Circle, the present site of the Time Warner Center. Designed in 1903 by John H. Duncan, the architect of Grant's Tomb, it was built at a... ...sted original musicals and operettas, including The Wizard of Oz and Babes in Toyland, and some plays. It was renamed Park Theatre in 1911, opening wi... ..., musicals and operettas. The Shuberts, Florenz Ziegfeld and Billy Minsky, in succession, owned the house but did not find success there. In 1925, it ... ... Broadway theatres ... ... Extant former Broadway theatres ... ... Extant former Broadway theatres ... ... Manhattan Theatre (33rd St.) ... ... Coordinates not on Wikidata Broadway theatres 1903 establishments in New York ... ... Extant former Broadway theatres ...

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