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Wemyss" Chronology of the American stage, from 1752 to 1852.
Francis Courtney Wemyss
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Francis Courtney Wemyss. WEMYSS, Francis Courtney, theatrical manager, born in London, 13 May, ; died in New York city, 5 January, He appeared at the Adelphi, London, in April,and at the Chestnut street theatre, Philadelphia, in December,as Vapid in " The Dramatist," and afterward in the principal cities of the United.
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