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Miss Inverarity. Drawn on stone by W. Sharp after William Booth. From The Musical Gem, London. 1832. The Theatre Royal, Edinburgh in 1829. Engraving by W. Wallis after Tho. H. Shepherd. Miss Inverarity in her first performance as Rebecca in The Maid of Judah. This took place on 16 June 1831 at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden in a benefit evening for the tenor John Wilson. Miss Inverarity in her costume for the rôle of Zemira in Azor and Zemira at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.  Watercolour, artist unknown, dated 12 May 1831. Miss Inverarity as Madame Ankerstrom in Auber's Gustavus the Third or, The Masked Ball. Caricature by Robert Seymour from Figaro in London, 1 February 1834. Playbill for a Royal Command performance of Cinderella at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, 7 March 1831 with Miss Inverarity in the title rôle. Playbill for a performance of Azor and Zemira at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, 7 April 1831 with Miss Inverarity as Zemira. Concert bill for A Grand Miscellaneous and  Popular Selection of Vocal and Instrumental Music at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, 21 May 1831. Bill for Misses Dunn’s Annual Concert at the Freemasons Hall, London, 21 June 1831. Playbill for a performance of Cinderella at the Theatre Royal, Birmingham, 1 July 1831. "… this VERY CELEBRATED VOCALIST has kindly consented to make her First Appearance out of London, in the NEW OPERA of CINDERELLA, …." Playbill for a performance of Love in a Village at the Theatre Royal, Birmingham, 14 July [1831] with Miss Inverarity as Rosetta. Playbill for a performance of Love in a Village at the Theatre Royal, Worcester, 30 April 1832 with Miss Inverarity as Rosetta. Bill for Signor Paganini's Second Concert at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, 10 July 1832. Concert bill for a Grand Performance of Sacred Music at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, 30 January 1833. Bill for Three Grand Concerts for the Benefit of the Exeter Dispensary at the Royal Subscription Rooms, Exeter, 10-12 September, [1833]. Bill for the first English performance of Gustavus the Third at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, 13 November 1833 with Miss Inverarity as Madame Ankarstrom. Mrs Martyn. Stipple engraving by John Henry Robinson after Alfred Edward Chalon.  Published by Longman & Co, 1 October 1840.  Chalon's original painting was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1839. Bill for a performance of The Castle of Andalusia, a Concert of Vocal Music and No Song No Supper at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow, 6 January 1836 with Mrs Martyn as Donna Lorenza, (etc.) Bill for a Concert at the Cross Keys Assembly Room, Kelso, 28 September 1838. Playbill for a performance of Der Freischutz  at the Theatre Royal, Hull, 23 August 1841 with Mrs Martyn as Agnes. Louis Spohr: "Rose Softly Blooming!" Romance from Azor & Zemira. London, [1831]. D. A. Hodson: "The Crusader's Bride." Cavatina. London, [c.1830]. Rossini: “Non Più Mesta”, from La Cenerentola. Piano arrangement by Anton Diabelli, London, [1831].