4 edition of Poor Pillicoddy. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PR5097.M3 P6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||27020186|
This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. foot-lights, in enacting "Poor Pillicoddy." This is their university; every young Sambo before me, as he turned over the sweet potatoes and enormous spectacles, who is perusing a hymn-book by the light of a pine splinter, in his deserted cooking booth of palmetto leaves.
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May 12, · Pillicoddy, mentioned on pageis a character in the nautical comedy Poor Pillicoddy: A Farce in One Act (). The Infant Phenomenon (p. ) is Ninetta Crummles, a member of the theatrical troupe in Dickens’s Nicholas Nickleby. Bijou Heron (page ), was a famous child-actress who starred in the comedy The Little Treasure ().
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A DESPERATE GAME. A Comic Drama. IN ONE ACT. JOHN MADDISON MORTON, (Member of the Dramatic Authors’ Society), AUTHOR OF.
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To Paris and back. Two Bonnycastles. Two buzzards. Where there’s a will there’s a way. Which of the two. Who do they take me for. Who stole the pocketbook. Who’s my husband. Mrs. Neyhart alias "female whip-poor-will," next tried to make the defendant's character stand forth as clear as day, swearing that she had seen the overcoat in "Zekes" possession, but on being questioned, showing a lamen table ignorance about color, smoothness, aud appearance of.
For a few years after the end of the Civil War, the Academy of Music was Bloomington’s most elegant concert and theater hall. And though destroyed by fire three-and-a-half years. This very comedian is one to whom one might point, as he hoed lazily in a cotton-field, as a being the light of whose brain had utterly gone out; and this scene seems like coming by night upon some conclave of black beetles, and finding them engaged, with green-room and foot-lights, in enacting "Poor Pillicoddy.".
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Jul An Island Garden Content Page Return to the Previous Chapter or why they should care to feast on anything so small, or why they do not all perish, as poor Pillicoddy proposed doing, from the effects of such doses of opium, passes my understanding.
There was nothing to be done but to plant them all over and then trail through the dewy grass.