Persons Landing from Boat

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Beach

Loading of a Party from a small Boat in the surf on Brighton Beach, with comic incidents.

PAU 1896


Beach

Humorous scene, with persons landing from a small boat.

PAU 1897-01


Scene, with persons landing from boat.

PAU 1897-03

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1 Paul 20 (1896), 5 (1897) Devant 
2 Robert-William Paul
3 < 10/07/1896 40 ft
4 Grande-Bretagne, Brighton  

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10/07/1896 PortugalLisbonne, Real Colyseu Edwin Rousby Um desembarque en Cascais
28/09/1896 Grande-Bretagne, Aberdeen, Music Hall C. W. Locke A Pleasure Boat at Brighton 
 
The picture of a pleasure boat at Brighton coming ashore created great amusement as the boatmen advanced to the trippers through the crawling surf, lifted them in their arms, and carried them ashore. As the girls were planted on terra-firma they whisked their skirts in a feminine way that electrified the audience, while ‘Arry was carried ashore swaying his stick.
The Era, London, 3 october 1896, 28.
19/10/1896 Grande-Bretagne, Cardiff R.-W. Paul  
 

ROBERT W.PAUL'S
PHOTOGRAPH ANIMATOR
Robert W. Paul is the inventor of the Animatographe now at the Alhambra, London. He will personnally superintend his production here.
The Pictures exhibited will be selected from the following:
1. Blacksmiths, Engineers, and Machinery at Work at Nelson Dock, London
2. Struggle of a Bookmaker with the Police, and his arrest.
3. Arrival of the Paris Maritime Express at Calais, and Passengers disembarking.
4. Scene on Blackfriars Bridge, London, with traffic.
5. Landing of a Boat Party on Brighton Beach.
6. A Comic Costume Race at the Music Hall Sports, July 14th 1896.
7. Procession of Life Guards and State Carriages leaving Marlborough House.
8. Steam Launch-a child overboard!-the rescue.
9. Children and dogs at play in the field.
10. The Gordon Highlanders
11. A very comic scene of Love and War.
12. Continuation at foregoing.
13. Spanish Street scene.
14. Bathing scene at Lisbon,
and
THE PRINCE'S DERBY,
15. The finish of the great race of 1896, showing the victory of the Prince of Wale's horse Persimmon.
16. Continuation of the above, showing thousands of people rushing on to the course.


South Wales Daily News, Cardiff, october 19, 1896, 1.

09/11/1896 Grande-BretagneCirencester [David Devant] Brighton Beach
14/11/1896 Grande-BretagneSheffield [David Devant] Brighton Beach
30/08/1897 Grande-BretagneBexhill-on-Sea Ernest Wighton Brighton Beach
10/11/1897 Grande-Bretagne, Great Marlow David Devant  On Brighton Beach 

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