Burning of the Brooklyn Theatre A thrilling personal experience! Brooklyn's horror. Wholesale holocaust at the Brooklyn, New York, Theatre, on the night of December 5th, 1876
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Burning of the Brooklyn Theatre A thrilling personal experience! Brooklyn's horror. Wholesale holocaust at the Brooklyn, New York, Theatre, on the night of December 5th, 1876

By Anonymous
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Table of Contents
  • BURNING OF THE Brooklyn Theatre.
  • BURNING OF THE BROOKLYN THEATRE.
    • The Funeral.
    • Mr. Murdoch’s Career on the Stage.
    • Claude Burroughs.
    • Sketches of other Victims.
    • Almost Incredible.
    • The History of the Brooklyn Theatre.
    • Other Memorable Disasters by Fire.
    • Scenes and Incidents.
    • A Terrible Moment of Suspense.
    • ‘My God, if it is locked!’
    • Escaping through the Grating.
    • Mad Struggles for Life.
    • She Was Already Mad.
    • A Family Almost Blotted Out.
    • The Numbers in the Theatre.
    • Relief for the Destitute.
  • Thrilling Account of the Daring Bravery and Wonderful Escape from a Horrible Death of CORNELIUS J. DALY AND MISS NETTIE MORGAN.
    • The Hero and Heroine.
    • A Lapse of Years.
    • The Cry of Fire.
    • The Rescue—Facing Death.
    • Conclusion.
  • List of the Sufferers.
    • IDENTIFIED.
    • UNIDENTIFIED OR MISSING.
    • LATEST REPORT OF MISSING PERSONS.
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