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Baltimore Theatre,
The THIRD NIGHT of the Engagement
New Indian Tragedy.
On TUESDAY, Evening, May 13, 1834,
Will be presented the NEW INDIAN TRAGEDY, entitled
Or, The Warrior of Wanachtiki,
Written by the Author of "Wacousta," "Revolt of Ghent," &c. &c.

Sir Oliver Bellair, - Mr. RIDDLE.
Governor Standard, - Mr. WILLIAMS
Sir George Bellair, - Mr. JSHERWOOD.
Lyndsay, - Mr. REED.
Ensign Merton, - Mr. McLEAN.
Corporal Stronginfaith, - Mr. KENNY.
Ezekiel Handletext, - Mr. H. KNIGHT.
Servant, - Mr. THOMPSON.
Mellicent, - Mrs. KNIGHT.

Kairrissah, - Mr. J.R. SCOTT.
Wampeniga,...Mr. IRVINE.
Chippewegan,...Mr. WARREN.
Monomotto,...Mr. GARNER
Tanemande,...Mr. O'BRIEN.
Indian Boy,...Miss ATWELL.
Onanoonka,...Mrs. S.CHAPMAN.

Act 1---Scene 2d--Indians appear, following the trails of the White-they encounter with them-the amity broken up by
The Sudden Appearance of Kairrissah!
Accoutred FOR THE FIGHT, who follows the deputation of the Whites, alone. Scene last,-Council Chamber of the English-Governor, &c. discovered-Kairrissah enters to them-their treachery to him, and attempt to secure him, foiled by the dauntless courage of Kairrissah, who escapes unhurt.

Act 2-Scene 3d-Indians discovered in council-treachery of the Chief, and death of Chippewegan, by Kairrissah-entrance of Onanoonka, daughter of Chippewegan, and the betrothed of Kairrissah,-who saves him from the fury of the Indians.

Act 3-Scene 1:
Terrific Storm!-Burning of the Praries!
Preservation of Mellicent from the fury of the Flames.
Enveloped in Flames!!!
Kairrissah is SEEN STRUGGLING THROUGH THEM, with Mellicent, whom he bears away in safety.

Scene the last-Onanoonka discovered, surrounded by her Chiefs-solemnity of the rites of Indian conjuration-TERRIFIC STORM-end of the act.

Act 4-Scene 4-English Governor and attendants discovered in council-Kairrissah enters with Mellicent, who is to be ransomed by the child of Wampeniga-they refuse to do so-the soldiery surround and overpower Kairrissah, who is borne of in chains-preservation of Mellicent-treachery and apprehension of Sir G. Bellair, whom the Governor pronounces GUILTY.

Scene 2d-Rescue of the Child Wampeniga, from the custody of the Whites by Onanoonka, who escapes through the fire of the soldiery.

Scene 3d-Sir George Bellair, discovered in prison-entrance of Kairrissah-death of Bellair-escape of Kairrissah.

Scene 4th-Indian discovered-stake prepared for the sacrifice of a victim-Kairrissah rushes in and falls at stake, yielding himself to the laws of the nations-entrance of Onanoonka, with the child, wounded-Kairrissah is saved, and death of Onanoonka.

Act 5-Scene 2d-Indians discovered, mourning over the body of Onanoonka-vow revenge. 

Scene 4th-A Gothic Chapel-the Coffin of Sir George Bellair on Tressels-Mellicent and Sir Oliver kneeling on each side,=Priests, &c.

The sudden appearance of the Indians, with their Torches.
Scene last-Preservation of Mellicent, and death of Kairrissah!
To conclude with the Laughable Farce, called
Fortune's Frolic:
Or, The True Use of Riches.
Old Snacks,...Mr. WILLIAMS.
Robin Roughhead,...Mr. H.KNIGHT.
Mr. Frank,...Mr. IRVINE.
Rattle,...Mr. Warren.
Countryman,...Mr. Taylor.
Clown,...Mr. Wallis
Dolly,...Mrs. Knight
Margery,...Miss Anderson.
Miss Nancy,...Miss Warren.
When he will appear as "KAIRRISSAH,"-and "MICHAEL," in the Farce "THE ADOPTED CHILD."
In preparation, and will shortly be produced, a Serio-Comic Extravaganza, of local interest, in which will be introduced

Six Scenes taken from Views in the City, BY Mr. ISHERWOOD.
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BOXES 50 Cents.-PIT 25 Cents.
GALLERY for Coloured Persons, 25 Cents.
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The Doors will be open at a Quarter past Seven, and the Curtain will rise at a Quarter of Eight o'clock, precisely.
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TICKETS may be had, and Places secured, at the Box-Office, from 10 until 2-and from 3 until 5 o'clock.
Printed by J. Robinson, Circulating Library, No. 2, North Calvert street.
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