Roses and Thorns, or Two Houses under One Roof
The original text
Performed at the Haymarket Theatre in 1825 and published by John Cumberland 1828.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
1850: It may possibly have been presented as a farce called The Party Wall (no author being named) by James Lycett's Company of amateurs at the Drury Lane Theatre, Cape Town, on 6 September, with William Tell (Knowles) and music from Rossini's opera of William Tell, by the orchestra of the 73rd Regiment.
Facsimile version of The Monthly magazine, or British Register, Volume LX Part II 1825, Google E-book
Facsimile version of the text in Cumberland's British Theatre (Vol XII) 1828, Googler E-book.
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