Ali Baba, or, The thirty-nine thieves
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Ali Baba, or, The thirty-nine thieves in accordance with the author"s habit of taking one off : a burlesque extravaganza in one act by Henry J. Byron

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Published by T.H. Lacy in London .
Written in English

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  • Musicals -- Librettos

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Edition Notes

Other titlesAli Baba. English, Ali Baba, The thirty-nine thieves, The thirty nine thieves, The 39 thieves
Statementby Henry J. Byron
SeriesEnglish and American drama of the nineteenth century
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination38 p.
Number of Pages38
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15147093M

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Ali Baba, a poor woodcutter, had a rich brother, Kasim, who never shared any of his money with his brother. Instead, he treated Ali Baba, his wife and son badly. One day, as Ali Baba finished cutting logs in the forest, he saw lots of men on horses and he hid. He climbed up a   Ali Baba. But as it happened, Ali Baba had moved into a new house that very day, so the pair had to wander about a lot before at last finding it. One of them put a chalk mark on the door, and then they returned to report. Now in Ali Baba's household there was a When does Ali Baba discover the thieves' hideout? Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves DRAFT. 6th grade. times. He hides them in thirty-nine large oil jars. The Book Thief Part One. plays. 10 Qs. Guy Fawkes Night. plays. 19 Qs. Rosa Parks. plays. 10 :// ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES. There once lived in a town of Persia two brothers, one named Cassim, and the other Ali Baba. Their father divided a small inheritance equally between them. Cassim married a very rich wife, and became a wealthy ://

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