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"Entertainment in a Garden", Folio from a Khamsa of Amir Khusrau Dihlavi, Matla' al-Anvar

Entertainment on a Terrace

La lanterne magique

Drake's entertainment by the King of the Countrey.

Strange entertainment at the Horn Islands.

By the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Whereas hath been recomended to us as a sober and fit person to keep a house of entertainment; and being requested to grant a license for the same, We do hereby license and al

[Moon viewing at Shinagawa]

Mr. Kellom Tomlinson, author of the original Art of dancing, composer, writer of dances, and their music for the use & entertainment of the public

AnElection Entertainment. Plate I.

AnElection Entertainment. Plate I.

An Election Entertainment, Plate I: Four Prints of an Election

An Election Entertainment. Plate I

AnElection Entertainment. Plate I.

An Election Entertainment, Plate I: Four Prints of an Election

AnElection Entertainment. Plate I.

Samuel Foote from "Observations, good or bad, stupid or clever, serious or jocular, on Squire Foote's dramatic entertainment, intitled, The minor. By a genius [i.e. James Boswell]"

An election entertainment at Brentford

A scene of a pantamime entertainment lately exhibited

America independent: An oratorial entertainment. [n. p. 1781.].

Sakazuki

Tomimoto bushi

Vaux-Hall / drawn by T. Rowlandson ; aquatinto by F. Jukes ; engraved by R. Pollard.

An Entertainment at Shinagawa

The Massachusetts Magazine, or, Monthly Museum of Knowledge and Rational Entertainment

Daikagura

A lobby flesh-monger treating with a saleswoman for a prime piece, or buying fruit at Covent Garden market for an evening's entertainment

Geisha Preparing for an Entertainment

A new entertainment, by Messrs. L'Egalité The very extraordinary spectacle that is exhibited by Citizen Sans Culotte and Mr. L. Aristocrate, having been received with the applause and admiration of the public, the author of these singular pieces

Spanish Entertainment from the 'Bulls of Bordeaux'

L'Europe dessiné par Chasselat ; gravé par Nargeot

Dance, e giuochi di forza.

Spooner's protean views, no. 5. The magic lantern

"En afton på Gimo 8 oktober 1841". Tuschlavering av Fritz von Dardel.

"Hos Baron Silfverschiöld d. 23 jan. 1845. Sten Lewenhaupt, O. Ahlströmer, Cederbaum, Gynther, baron Silfverschiöld". Herrar och damer i salong, pianospel. Akvarell av Fritz von Dardel.

"Lägg din hand intill mitt hjerta. Känn hur..." Scen ur Friskytten, 1845. Akvarellerad blyertsteckning av Fritz von Dardel.

Third and last entertainment by the Shaking Quakers! from Canterbury. N. H., who have been giving their entertainments at New-York, for the last six weeks to flowing houses, beg leave most respectfully to announce to the ladies and gentlemen of

Horse-matic readings, or the "Woolly" question settled, and intellectual entertainment at Jefferson Hall, corner of 7th and D. Streets, opposite Intelligencer Office, on Monday evening, March 18, 1850 T. M. Coleman ... will give, on Monday eveni

"Från Svartsjö till Drottningholm". Infanteristens hemkomst. Tuschteckning av Fritz von Dardel

Gården Moen, Kviteseid, eid av propietær og landhandler Christian Munthe (1818-92), som også har tatt bildet. Utsyn over inngjerdet område med våningshus, låve og lysthus.

Hippodrome polka. Composed for the piano forte...

Pavilion. Cremorne Gardens.

The May Festival of the Turnverein Association, San Francisco

First grand semi-occasional entertainment of the Swampoodle ruins, (of Mr. C, Wendell's bindery.) at Charles Kloman's restaurant, Washington. October 24, 1857 ... [Washington, D. C. 1857].

San Francisco Minstrels.

Metropolitan Opera House, N.Y.

Lyceum Theatre, New York.

Booth's Theatre.

Grand Opera House.

Edwin Booth's Theatre, 23rd St., between 5th and 6th Ave.

Grand Opera House.

Entrance to Wallack's Theatre, New York.

Wallack's Theatre.

Niblo's Theatre, passage to A.T. Stewart's private box.

Booth's Theatre.

Olympic Theatre, Broadway.

Old Bowery Theatre, Bowery, N.Y.

Atlantic Garden, New York.

Entrance to Wallack's Theatre, New York.

Booth's Theatre, N.Y.

Grand Opera House, New York City.

Edwin Booth's Theatre, 23rd St., between 5th and 6th Ave.

Wallack's Theatre, New York.

Niblo's Garden.

Atlantic Garden, New York.

Grand Opera House.

Niblo's Garden, Broadway.

Booth's Theatre.

Wallack's Theatre, New York.

Niblo's Garden, Broadway.

Fashionable billiard hall, N.Y.

Niblo's Garden, Broadway.

Metropolitan Opera House, N.Y.

[Fashionable billiard hall, N.Y.]

Grand Opera House.

Wallack's Theatre.

Grand Opera House, New York.

Edwin Booth's Theatre, 23rd St., between 5th and 6th Ave.

Niblo's Garden.

Booth's Theatre, N.Y.

Booth's Theatre.

Booth's Theatre.

Olympic Theatre.

Grand Opera House.

Booth's Theatre.

Olympic Theatre, Broadway.

Globe Theatre.

Niblo's Theatre, passage to A.T. Stewart's private box.

Lyceum Theatre, New York.

Atlantic Garden, New York.

[Fashionable billiard hall, N.Y.]

Grand Opera House, New York.

Booth's Theatre, N.Y.

Edwin Booth's Theatre, 23rd St., between 5th and 6th Ave.

Globe Theatre.

Grand Opera House.

Pike's Opera House, corner 23rd and Eighth Ave.

Booth's Theatre.

Wallack's Theatre, New York.

Pike's Opera House, corner 23rd and Eighth Ave.

Fashionable billiard hall, N.Y.