April 4th

As a supplement to Lord Compton’s financial records from yesterday, this volume of receipts from the first season of Drury Lane, a well-established theater in eighteenth century London, offers another look at the financial transactions that passed from hand to hand in the theater business that saw the continued production of Shakespeare’s plays.

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