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"- played Dick Deadeye in H.M.S.PINAFORE ""2nd `Pinafore' Company"" December, 1879 and in the one-off performance of THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE (playing the Sergeant of Police) at Paignton on December 30 (matinee) (to secure the English Copyright).
First appearance at the Savoy Theatre with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company : Revival of THE MIKADO 1896-7 playing Pooh-Bah.
60 Grafton St
"Thanks for yours: very sorry Mrs Hutton wont be able to turn up on Friday night : suppose, under the circumstances, we ""cry off"" as regards the Dinner and, instead, you come round to my Dressing Room after the 1st Act of Pirates and we'll have a jaw and a drink - you'll have 15 minutes interval. Let it stand at this old chap."
"Yours very truly,"
"Mr Bacon is here - yesterday and today : he saw Mikado last night and will see Yeomen of the Guard tonight : he says Irving is up at Guir...(?) and occupying his, Mr B's, rooms at the Hotel there."
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