1813.023: Notice for School at Glenmore conducted by Louis Hue Girardin.
Full Title: Particulars relative to L.H. Girardin's contemplated establishment at Glenmore, near Milton, Albemarle County, Virginia. … L. H. Girardin. Milton, January 1st. 1813.
Author: Girardin, Louis Hue (1771-1825).
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Samuel Pleasants
Description: 1 sheet [3 pgs.]; 27 cm. (fol.).
Only known copy is held in the special collections department of the University of Virginia. Sheet lacks colophon; Girardin advertised his new school exclusively in the Virginia Argus from November 1812 to April 1813, so this handbill almost certainly issued from the press of Samuel Pleasants as well; Girardin abandoned Richmond and his school there in early 1812 after losing his wife, a son, and several students in the Richmond Theater Fire of December 1811; sadly, the featured performance that fateful night was The Bleeding Nun, a French play that Girardin had translated into English for the Placide & Green theatrical company.
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