EDIT: I should have added KING OF SCOTS. Not to be confused with the King James II of England who died of a brain haemorrhage in 1701. So it should have been a Scottish beer. As the granddaughter of Scottish folk, I should have been more careful when purchasing my beer.
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Today in history we have something for theatre fans, sports fan, and fans of a cold one!
My history research begins at Wikipedia, then I go directly to sources using the databases available to me through my university library.
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LA SCALA IN AUSTRALIA:https://www.qpac.com.au/las...
"Early Voyages To America." The Southern Library Messenger; Devoted to Every Department of Literature, and the Fine Arts (1848-1864), vol. 14, no. 12, 1848, p. 705
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