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Thatcher's Invercargill minstrel. Containing several of the popular local songs as written and sung by him at the Theatre Royal, Invercargill. [First number]

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Alternative Title

Thatcher's Invercargill minstrel.

Date Created

[c. 1864]

Identifier

Hocken Library: Pamphlets v.86

Subject(s)

Type

Publisher

Invercargill, N.Z.: Louis Rodgers, Dee Street. (Printed at the "Invercargill Times" office, Tay Street.)

Description

Song lyrics (descriptions and parodies) by Charles R. Thatcher on Invercargill. Cover shows the price is one shilling. The songster was printed at the Invercargill Times office in Tay Street, Invercargill. Music is not provided, but a note regarding what tune the song should be sung to is given at the start of the lyric

Table Of Contents

The "Grecian" captain
The sessions
The Caledonian gathering
Opning address
The garrotting case
The Maoris and the old identity
The town board
The Lowther arcade
Southland curiousities

Contributor

Thatcher, Charles [lyrics]

Format

Songster (song lyric book)

Item Dimensions

16p.; 12cm

Technique

Paper

Geographic Location

Time Period

Provenance

Hocken Publications Collection: Pamphlets

Language

English

Is Part Of

Thatcher's Invercargill minstrel

Citation

Charles R. Thatcher (Charles Robert), 1831-1878., “Thatcher's Invercargill minstrel. Containing several of the popular local songs as written and sung by him at the Theatre Royal, Invercargill. [First number],” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed September 24, 2017, http://otago.ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/10045.

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