Cabman No 93, or Found in a Four Wheeler

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Cabman No 93, or Found in a Four Wheeler is a farce in one act by Thomas J. Williams (1824-1874)[]

Also found as Cabman No. 93; or, Found in a four-wheeler or simply as Found in a Four Wheeler.

The original text

Performed at the New Royalty Theatre, London on April 24, 1866 and at the Lyceum Theatre, London on December 26, 1867. Published in De Witt's Acting Plays, no. 24. in 18

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Performance history in South Africa

1866: Performed as Found in a Four-wheeler on 19 November by the former members of the Le Roy and Duret Company, managed by James Leffler, as afterpiece to The Colleen Bawn (Boucicault).


Facsimile version of the De Witt edition, Hathi Trust Digital Library [1]

F.C.L. Bosman. 1980. Drama en Toneel in Suid-Afrika, Deel II, 1856-1912. Pretoria: J.L. van Schaik.

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