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Collection Description

Collection Title
Juan's Early Days (1828)
Unique Identifier
Programme and book of words containing the Songs, duets, trios, glees, chorusses, &c. from the New Operatic Entertainment 'Juan's Early Days': Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (18/2/1828). In addition to the libretto there is also a cast list.
Date range of collection
1828 - 1828
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Location Details

National Library of Scotland: Rare Book Collections
National Library of Scotland George IV Bridge Edinburgh Lothian EH1 1EW United Kingdom
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0131 623 3899
0131 623 3888 
Collections Overview
Rare Book Collections staff are responsible for providing access to over one million books. Many of these are original printed volumes dating from 1455 to the present day; in addition, we have microfilms and digital images of originals kept in other libraries. Our collections also include photographs, posters, newspapers, postcards and prints. At the heart of our collections is Scottish material, particularly early books written by Scots, about Scottish topics, in Scottish languages, or published in Scotland. We also have rich special collections, covering subjects ranging from witchcraft to the French Revolution, and from beekeeping to Esperanto.
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council