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" Hop,' to which the admission is one penny, and where two or three series of performances take place the same evening. It consists of a spacious room, fitted up in the rudest manner, with a stage, and seats on an inclined plane, the access to it is through... "
The Philosophy of Ragged Schools - Página 24
por Caroline Frances Cornwallis - 1851 - 128 páginas
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The Church of England quarterly review, Volumen11

1842
...cannot forbear describing, as a sample, one place of amusement, called the Penny Hop, in Hoodstreet, to which the admission is one penny," and where two...fitted up in the rudest manner, with a stage, and scats on an inclined plane ; the access to it is through a dark passage and up a ladder staircase....
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The Quarterly educational magazine, and record of the Home and ..., Volumen2

Home and colonial school society - 1849
...I cannot forbear describing as a sample one place of amusement called the Penny-hop in Wood-street, to which the admission is one penny, and where two or three series of performances take place in the same evening. It consists of a spacious room, fitted up in the rudest manner, with a stage and...
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Juvenile Depravity ...

Henry Worsley - 1849 - 275 páginas
...I cannot forbear describing as a sample one place of amusement called the Penny-hop in Hood-street, to which the admission is one penny, and where two or three series of performances take place in the same evening. It consists of a spacious room fitted up in the rudest manner, with a stage and...
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The Working Classes of Great Britain: Their Present Condition, and the Means ...

Samuel Gosnell Green - 1850 - 180 páginas
...cannot forbear describing as a sample, one place of amusement, called the Penny-hop, in Hood-street, to which the admission is one penny, and where two or three series of performances take place in the same evening. " It consists of a spacious room, fitted up in the rudest manner, with a stage,...
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The Monthly Christian spectator, Volumen4

1855
...'Small Books on Great Subjects,' iviii. The Philosophy of Ragged Schools. London : Pickering. ment, called the ' Penny Hop,' to which the admission is...found the audience to consist almost exclusively of boyi and girls of the very fairest description, many without shoes or stockings, and to the number...
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