(THEATRE). ~ Benefit of Mr. Halpin. Theatre Royal York. On Saturday Evening, May 2, 1801, will be performed Mr. Reynold’s new Comedy, called Management … [at the] End of the Play, Mr. Halpin will recite and occasional Ode, (written by Mrs. Mattews,) on the Destruction of the Danish Batteries and Ships of the Line, &c. Effected by Admirals Parker and Nelson on the Glorious Second of April … after which a Musical Entertainment, called The Farmer. [York:] Wm. Storry, Petergate, [ 1801].
Broadside (295 × 205 mm). Slightly soiled, old manuscript calculation towards the foot, laid down on drab paper.
A broadside notice for a lively evening at York’s Theatre Royal, with an interlude in praise of Nelson and Parker’s victory over the Danish fleet at the battle of Copenhagen exactly a month previously.