[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Robert Rutherford Drummond, Early German Music in Philadelphia (New York, 1910), pp. 57-75
Drummond
57
Early German Music in Philadelphia
1910
2
Proposal by Messieurs Wignell and Reinagle for Erecting a New Theatre in Philadelphia.
3
John Bernard, Retrospections of America, 1797-1811, ed. Mrs. Bayle Bernard (New York, 1887), p. 261.
Bernard
261
Retrospections of America, 1797-1811
1887
4
William Dunlap, History of the American Theatre, 2nd ed. (New York, 1963), p. 223.
Dunlap
2
223
History of the American Theatre
1963
5
Charles Durang, "History of the Philadelphia Stage," a series of newspaper articles which appeared in the Philadelphia Sunday Dis- patch beginning 7 May 1854.
Durang
History of the Philadelphia Stage
Philadelphia Sunday Dispatch
1854
Chap. XIX, p. 34
6
Richard D. Stine, in his unpublished Ph.D. dissertation "The Philadelphia Theatre, 1682-1829: Its growth as a cultural institu- tion," University of Pennsylvania, 1951, pp. 111-112
7
James Lewis, Original Designs in Architecture, consisting of Plans, Etc., for Villas, Mansions, Town Houses, etc., and a new Design for a Theatre, 2 vols. (London, 1779-1780, and 1797).
Lewis
Original Designs in Architecture, consisting of Plans, Etc., for Villas, Mansions, Town Houses, etc., and a new Design for a Theatre
1780
Richard Southern, The Georgian Playhouse [London, 1948], p. 34
Southern
34
The Georgian Playhouse
1948
8
George Saun- ders, A Treatise On Architecture (London, 1790), pp. 83-84 and pl. x.
Saunders
A discussion of Richards
83
A Treatise On Architecture
1790
9
Bernard, Retrospections, p. 69.
Bernard
69
Retrospections
10
John R. Wolcott, "English Influences on American Stag- ing Practice," unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Ohio State Univer- sity, 1967, p. III, fn. 30, and fig. 24
11
New York Magazine of April 1794
British Museum Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires, VI, 361, Item No. 7063, published as pl. 42b in vol. xxxv of the Survey of London (London, 1970)
Richards' alterations (pp. 88-91)
12
Saunders, A Treatise, p. 84.
Saunders
84
A Treatise
13
Arthur Hobson Quinn, "The Theatre and the Drama in Philadelphia," Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, 43, part I (1953), 313-317.
Quinn
313
43
Transactions of the American Philosophical Society
1953
14
Moreau de Saint-Mery, Voyage aux Etats-Unis de l'Amerique, 1793-1798, ed. Stuart Mims (New Haven, 1913).
Saint-Mery
Voyage aux Etats-Unis de l'Amerique, 1793-1798
1913
pp. 372-374
15
Martin P. Snyder, "William Birch: His Philadelphia Views," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 73 (July 1949), 271-315
Snyder
July
271
73
Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography
1949
16
This view, like that in Fig. 2, was drawn by William Birch.
17
James Mease, Picture of Philadelphia (Philadelphia, 1811), p. 330.
Mease
330
Picture of Philadelphia
1811
19
Abe Wollock, in his unpublished Ph.D. dissertation "Benja- min Henry Latrobe's Activities in the American Theatre (1797- 1808)," University of Illinois, 1962
20
Charles W. Jansen, The Stranger in America (London, 1807)
Jansen
The Stranger in America
1807
21
Mease, Picture of Philadelphia, p. 330.
Mease
330
Picture of Philadelphia
22
Agnes A. Gilchrist, William Strickland, Architect and Engineer, 1788-1854 (Philadelphia, 195o).
Gilchrist
William Strickland, Architect and Engineer, 1788-1854
1950
23
Gilchrist, William Strickland, pp. 6o-61.
Gilchrist
60
William Strickland
24
Stine, "The Philadelphia Theatre," p. 1311, fn. 258
Stine
1311
The Philadelphia Theatre
25
Wollock, "Benjamin Henry Latrobe's Activities," p. 114.
Wollock
114
Benjamin Henry Latrobe's Activities
29
Darley, who exhibited frequently in Philadelphia between 1825 and 1869
Daughter of Thomas Sully, she married W. H. W. Darley in 1833.
30
William Dunlap, a friend of John Darley, Jr., refers to J. C. Darley in the Addenda of his History of the Rise and Progress of the Arts of Design in the United States, 3 vols. (1834), rev. ed. by Benjamin Blom (New York, 1965), III, 294
Dunlap
294
III
History of the Rise and Progress of the Arts of Design in the United States
1965
"an artist of merit, Baltimore." Darley, at that time, was 23 or 24.
32
Dunlap, History of the Rise and Progress, i, p. 233.
Dunlap
233
i
History of the Rise and Progress
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