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Man in the Iron Mask, playing the cello in prison

There are conflicting theories as to who this man was. One is that he was Count Ercole Antonio Mattioli (Matthioli or Marchioly, 1640-1703), an Italian diplomat, arrested as Eustache Dauger in 1669, imprisoned by Louis XIV for 34 years, who died in the Bastille. Another theory, according to Voltaire, is that he was the older, illegitimate brother of Louis XIV -- this later formed part of Alexandre Dumas' Three Musketeers saga, in which the man is Louis' twin brother

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Music - The Hollies - 1969

The Hollies pop group - who have had five consecutive hit records in their five year recording career - announced their choice of a replacement for Graham Nash who left the group last month to concentrate on a song writing career in America. The new member is 22 year old Liverpool born Terry Sylvester pictured (seated) with the other Hollies at the Westbury Hotel, London this afternoon. they are l-r Alan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Bobby Elliott and Bernie Calvert. The Hollies first met Terry (who is now the youngest Hollie) in Munich in 1965 while he was playing with the Liverpool group the escorts


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The Folly Theatre, Peter Street, Manchester

Promotional postcard showing a playbill of the acts playing at the Folly Theatre of Varieties, (known as the Folly) Peter Street, Manchester for the week commencing Monday, 24th March 1889. This particular bill, starred Marie Loftus (1857-1940) who was one of the great female stars of the British music hall. Known as "The Sarah Bernhardt of the Music Halls", she rose to become a leading national star, touring abroad to the USA and South Africa. The Music Hall and Theatre Review of Saturday, 30th May 1891 stated that "Tom Costello is still here", suggesting he was a regular and popular performer at The Folly. Date: circa 1889

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