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Engraved ticket issued for a benefit concert taking place at the Pantheon, London on the 24th of February 1791. The concert was in aid of New Musical Fund, established for the relief of the widows and orphans of musicians. The concert consisted of two acts, each involving seven musical pieces. The ticket is printed in red ink on paper with an engraved illustration by Julius Caesar Ibbetson captioned 'He delivered the Poor that cried.'

Engraved ticket issued for a benefit concert taking place at the Pantheon, London on the 24th of February 1791. The concert was in aid of New Musical Fund, established for the relief of the widows and orphans of musicians. The concert consisted of two acts, each involving seven musical pieces. The ticket is printed in red ink on paper with an engraved illustration by Julius Caesar Ibbetson captioned 'He delivered the Poor that cried.'

Engraved ticket issued for a benefit concert taking place at the Pantheon, London on the 24th of February 1791. The concert was in aid of New Musical Fund, established for the relief of the widows and orphans of musicians. The concert consisted of two acts, each involving seven musical pieces. The ticket is printed in red ink on paper with an engraved illustration by Julius Caesar Ibbetson captioned 'He delivered the Poor that cried.'

Engraved ticket issued for a benefit concert taking place at the Pantheon, London on the 24th of February 1791. The concert was in aid of New Musical Fund, established for the relief of the widows and orphans of musicians. The concert consisted of two acts, each involving seven musical pieces. The ticket is printed in red ink on paper with an engraved illustration by Julius Caesar Ibbetson captioned 'He delivered the Poor that cried.'