BURKE (JOSEPH). PORTRAIT, as SIGNOR SORDNI, drawn by WAGEMAN, etched by R. CRUIKSHANK, and engraved by P. ROBERTS. 4to. COLORED.
BURKE (JOSEPH). PORTRAIT, AS BLUSTER BUBBLE, drawn by WAGEMAN, etched by R. CRUIKSHANK, and engraved by P. ROBERTS. 4to. COLORED.
BURKE (JOSEPH). PORTRAIT, AS GENERAL BOMBASTES. LITHOGRAPH BY INGREY AND MADELEY, after a sketch by W. ALLISON. 4to. COLORED.
BURKE (JOSEPH). PORTRAIT, AS DR. O’TOOLE, dancing on top of a barrel. LITHOGRAPH by INGREY AND MADELEY after a sketch by W. ALLISON. 4to. COLORED.
BURKE (JOSEPH). PLAY BILL, THEATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET, Tuesday, June 14, 1825, BENEFIT and LAST NIGHT OF THE ENGAGEMENT OF MASTER BURKE, playing the “Agreeable Surprise,” and the “Review.”
BURKE (JOSEPH). BENEFIT PLAYBILL of MASTER BURKE, Oct. 6, 1826 (Scottish Theatre?), when the Beneficiary was very nearly “the whole thing.” He acted the characters of DOCTOR PANGLOSS (his first appearance in that character) and DOCTOR O’TOOLE in the “Heir at Law” and the “Irish Tutor,” SANG A DUET with MISS HOLDAWAY; PERFORMED ON THE VIOLIN, LED THE ORCHESTRA, DANCED THE FRENCH BALLET, SANG “LITTLE BURKE,” DESCRIPTIVE OF HIS OWN PROGRESS ON THE STAGE, ALSO SANG (in HIGHLAND COSTUME) “Scots wha hae wi’ Wallace Bled,” and “Willie Brew’d a Peck o’ Maut.”
ALL THIS FROM A YOUNG GENTLEMAN OF THE MATURE AGE OF SEVEN YEARS.
BURKE (JOSEPH). PLAYBILLS of MASTER BURKE’s performances at Theatre Royal, LIVERPOOL, and another (probably Scottish) Theatre, in 1826-7, appearing in the characters of MURTOCH DELANEY, BOMBASTES FURIOSO, TOM THUMB, DENNIS BRULGUDDERY, and DOCTOR O’TOOLE, BESIDES PLAYING ON THE VIOLIN, AND SINGING. (7 pieces)
BURKE (JOSEPH). PLAYBILL OF BENEFIT PERFORMANCE given to MASTER BURKE, at SHEFFIELD, ENG. Jan. 23, 1829, when he appeared in the characters of HAMLET and SIR CALLAGHAN O’BRALLAGHAN, ASSUMED SIX CHARACTERS in the “March of Intellect,” and also LED THE ORCHESTRA.
Catalogue of the Collection of the Late Peter Gilsey: Art, Literary, History and the Drama, Vol. 1 (Peter Gilsey) 1903: 40. Print.