Lady Melvil, ou Le Joaillier de Saint-James
Lady Melvil, ou Le Joaillier de Saint-James is a French a musical comedy in 3 acts, by Henri de Saint-Georges (1799-1875) and Adolphe de Leuven (1800-1884), with music by M. Albert Grisar (1808-1869)
The original text
First performed in Paris at the Theatre de la Rennaisance (Salle Ventadour) on 15 November 1838. Published by Marchant, 1838.
Translations and adaptations
Freely adapted into English from the French as The Jeweller of St James by William E. Suter ().
The English text first performed 17 February, 1862 in the Opera Comique London.
Performance history in South Africa
Facsimile version of the original French text, Google E-book
The Victorian Plays Project, Electronic Catalogue - Volume 55
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