The Earl and Countess of Charleville at the conclusion of the juvenile Christmas plays January 1852 in the little theatre of Tullabeg College, the following epilogue was most gracefully recited by Master Power, before the Earl of Charleville, Francis Berry, Esq., and a great number of friends invited to the play and most hospitably entertained at dinner, by the Very Rev. Dr. Ffrench, the respected rector of the college. /
[Saint Stanislaus College Tullabeg].
|Main Creator:||Saint Stanislaus College (Tullabeg, Co. Offaly)|
Refers to an epilogue that was recited at the conclusion of the juvenile Christmas plays, January 1852 at Tullabeg College. First lines read: "In his life's spring he roam'd o'er many lands, and sported with the ocean; he shook hands with Afric's, Indus' and Columbia's sons...". Tullabeg College or St. Stanislaus College, Rahan, Tullamore, Co. Offaly [then known as Kings' County] was founded as a boarding school for boys under the age of thirteen in 1818; the school closed in 1866 with the pupils transferring to Clongowes.
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[Dublin : James Duffy, printer, 7 Wellington Quay], 1852.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 43 x 28 cm.
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