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Marcelia is a fictional character from the 2006 film O Céu de Suely.
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Early Period by Darryll Grantley
Frances Boothby's tragedy, Marcelia, is staged by the King's Company at Drury Lane Theatre, the first play by a woman dramatist to be produced in the London commercial theatre. 1671 The Dorset Garden Theatre, otherwise known as ...
by James Orchard Halliwell- Phillipps
MARCELIA ; or, the Treacherous Friend. A tragi-comedy by Mrs. Frances Boothby , acted at the Theatre Royal. 4to. 1670. The scene lies in France. MARCIANO; or, the Discovery. A tragi-comedy. Edinburgh, 4to. 1663. This piece, we find by the ...
by Sir Leslie Stephen, Sir Sidney Lee
17-79, the first Marcelia, ...
by Mary Ellen Snodgrass
nobility (Alexena, Diana, Emily, Geor- giana, Julia, Marcelia), EXOTICISM ( Almena, ...
by Newton Bateman, Paul Selby, John S. Wilcox
Marcelia Winslow, and Austin P. ( de ceased). MOSES W. HAWES (deceased), financier. merchant. and contractor, Elgin, 111., was born in Watertown, N. Y., Sept 2, 1814, and when a young man ...
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