Circumstantial Evidence!

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Circumstantial Evidence! is a comic piece in one act by R. Carew.

The original text

First published 1851. Also described, in the style of the times as "a laughable farce".

Little can be found about it, though an advert for performance in the Royal Victoria Theatre, in the Sydney on 4 may 1853

Mr. Christal Comfit, Mr. Rogers; ' Byron Jen-

kins Scraps, Esq., Mr. Willis; Mr. Charles

Callininnco, Mr. M'Gowan ; Jooy Snubba, Mr.

Howard; Sachnrissa Comfit, Madtim o Caran-

dini ; Tolly Pcarlash, Miss Warde ; Bot ty, Miss


Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1853: Performed on Monday 31 October by the Amateur Company in the Garrison Theatre, alongside Power and Principle (Barnett) and Box and Cox (J.M. Morton).


"One Act Plays Published 1850-1865", compiled by Vicki Betts, Robert R. Muntz Library at The University of Texas at Tyler[1]

Advert in The Empire, Sydney, Australia: Wed 4 May 1853[2] F.C.L. Bosman, 1928. Drama en Toneel in Suid-Afrika, Deel I: 1652-1855. Pretoria: J.H. de Bussy. [3]: pp. 404-5

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