25 April 1794

Event Information
Theatre: Covent Garden
Theatrical Season: 1793-1794
Volume: 5
Comments: Benefit for Miss Poole. 3rd piece: Not acted these 6 years [acted 5 May 1790). Morning Chronicle, 7 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Miss Poole, No. 18, Charles-street, Covent Garden. Receipts: #206 12s. (102/8/0; 4/17/6; tickets: 99/6/6)
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    *p1794 04 25 cg EVERYONE HAS HIS FAULT. As 1 Oct. 1793, but Sir Ralph here, correctly, Sir Robert Ramble; Edward (for this night only)-Miss Poole//Miss Wooburn-Miss Chapman; Miss Spinster-Mrs Henley; omitted: Porter. Also THE SAILOR'S FESTIVAL. As 7 Apr., but in SCENE I: Sally in our Alley by Incledon, in place of Blow high, blow low; in SCENE III: Old England will be England still by Incledon, in place of Rule Britannia. Also THE TWO MISERS. Gripe-Quick; Lively-Davies; Mustapha-Richardson; Osmond-Townsend; Ali-Cubitt; Hunks (1st time)-Fawcett//Jenny-Mrs Mountain; Harriet (for that night only)-Miss Poole. SINGING. End of Act IV of mainpiece Mad Bm, in character, by Miss Poole. MUSIC. End of Act II of mainpiece concerto on the Piano Forte, composed by Krumpholtz, accompanied by the Full Band, by Miss Poole. COMMENT. Benefit for Miss Poole. 3rd piece: Not acted these 6 years [acted 5 May 1790). Morning Chronicle, 7 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Miss Poole, No. 18, Charles-street, Covent Garden. Receipts: #206 12s. (102/8/0; 4/17/6; tickets: 99/6/6).
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    *p1794 04 25 cg EVERYONE HAS HIS FAULT. ^As17931001^, but Sir Ralph here, correctly, Sir Robert Ramble; Edward (for this night only)-Miss Poole//Miss Wooburn-Miss Chapman; Miss Spinster-Mrs Henley; omitted: Porter .hathi.*a1794 04 25 cg THE SAILOR'S FESTIVAL. ^As17940407^, but in SCENE I: Sally in our Alley by Incledon, in place of Blow high, blow low; in SCENE III: Old England will be England still by Incledon, in place of Rule Britannia .hathi.*a1794 04 25 cg THE TWO MISERS. Gripe-Quick; Lively-Davies; Mustapha-Richardson; Osmond-Townsend; Ali-Cubitt; Hunks (1st time)-Fawcett//Jenny-Mrs Mountain; Harriet (for that night only)-Miss Poole .hathi.*m1794 04 25 cg End of Act II of mainpiece concerto on the Piano Forte, composed by Krumpholtz, accompanied by the Full Band, by Miss Poole .hathi.*s1794 04 25 cg End of Act IV of mainpiece Mad Bm, in character, by Miss Poole .hathi.*c1794 04 25 cg Benefit for Miss Poole. 3rd piece: Not acted these 6 years [acted 5 May 1790). Morning Chronicle, 7 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Miss Poole, No. 18, Charles-street, Covent Garden. Receipts: #206 12s. (102/8/0; 4/17/6; tickets: 99/6/6) .hathi.
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    Event: 48988 | 17940425 | cg | hathi | Benefit for Miss Poole. 3rd piece: Not acted these 6 years [acted 5 May 1790). Morning Chronicle, 7 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Miss Poole, No. 18, Charles-street, Covent Garden. Receipts: #206 12s. (102/8/0; 4/17/6; tickets: 99/6/6)
    Performance: 107994 | 48988 | p | Everyone Has His Fault | As17931001, but Sir Ralph here, correctly, Sir Robert Ramble; Edward (for this night only)-Miss Poole//Miss Wooburn-Miss Chapman; Miss Spinster-Mrs Henley; omitted: Porter . omitted: Porter .
    AsSeeDate: 107994 | cg | p | As | 17931001
    Cast:
    194252 | 107994 | ; Edward | Miss Poole//Miss Wooburn-Miss Chapman
    194253 | 107994 | Miss Poole//Miss Wooburn | Miss Chapman
    194254 | 107994 | Miss Spinster | Mrs Henley
    698026 | 107994 | Ramble | Lewis
    698027 | 107994 | Solus | Quick
    698028 | 107994 | Irwin | Pope
    698029 | 107994 | Lord Norland | Farren
    698030 | 107994 | Harmony | Munden
    698031 | 107994 | Edward | Miss Grist
    698032 | 107994 | Placid | Macready
    698033 | 107994 | Hammond | Powel
    698034 | 107994 | Porter | Thompson
    698035 | 107994 | Miss Wooburn | Mrs Esten
    698036 | 107994 | Mrs Placid | Mrs Mattocks
    698037 | 107994 | Lady Eleanor Irwin | Mrs Pope.
    Performance: 107995 | 48988 | a | THE SAILOR'S FESTIVAL | As17940407, but in SCENE I: Sally in our Alley by Incledon, in place of Blow high, blow low; in SCENE III: Old England will be England still by Incledon, in place of Rule Britannia .
    AsSeeDate: 107995 | cg | a | As | 17940407
    Cast:
    698038 | 107995 | . The Mid | Watch, When 'tis Night, by Incledon. The good Subjects of England by Incledon, Richardson, Townsend. SCENE II. A Landscape. The Disconsolate Sailor, When my Money was gone, by Mrs Martyr, in character. When Daisies mead by Miss Barnett. SCENE III. Irish Song by Johnstone. Treble Hornpipe by Byrn, Holland, Mme Rossi. Rule Britannia by Incledon. With a Representation of the Grand Fleet at Anchor in Portsmouth Harbour
    698039 | 107995 | Fitzroy | Davies.
    698040 | 107995 | Tom Thumb | Miss Standen
    698041 | 107995 | Grizzle | Blanchard
    698042 | 107995 | Doodle | Davies
    698043 | 107995 | Noodle | Cubitt
    698044 | 107995 | Ghost | Powel
    698045 | 107995 | Arthur | Quick
    698046 | 107995 | Huncamunca | Mrs Mountain
    698047 | 107995 | Glumdalca | Mrs Webb
    698048 | 107995 | Dollalolla | Mrs Martyr.
    698049 | 107995 | Lubin | Mrs Martyr
    698050 | 107995 | Lord of the Manor | Evatt
    698051 | 107995 | Bailiff | Cubitt II Annette-Mrs Mountain
    698052 | 107995 | Cubitt II Annette | Mrs Mountain
    698053 | 107995 | Count Conolly Villars | Holman
    698054 | 107995 | Mr Dermot | Johnstone
    698055 | 107995 | Mr Dorimont | Farren
    698056 | 107995 | Sir Paul Peckham | Fawcett
    698057 | 107995 | Sir Samuel Sheepy | Munden
    698058 | 107995 | Picard | Cubitt
    698059 | 107995 | Exempt | Thompson
    698060 | 107995 | Lucy | Miss Chapman
    698061 | 107995 | Lydia | Miss Hopkins
    698062 | 107995 | Lady Peckham | Mrs Mattocks.
    698063 | 107995 | : Ballad Singer | Fawcett
    698064 | 107995 | : Lucifer | Campbell
    698065 | 107995 | Zephyrus | Holland
    698066 | 107995 | Dancing | Master
    698067 | 107995 | Master | Fawcett
    698068 | 107995 | : Zany | Simmons
    698069 | 107995 | . Lucifer | Cubitt
    698070 | 107995 | Pillardoc | Richardson
    698071 | 107995 | Asmodius | Townsend
    698072 | 107995 | Orchus | Blurton
    698073 | 107995 | Bclial | Linton
    698074 | 107995 | Ades | Street. II. The Study of Dr Faustus
    698075 | 107995 | Dr Faustus | Farley
    698076 | 107995 | Zany | West. III. A Landscape and Water Mill
    698077 | 107995 | Harlequin | Boyce
    698078 | 107995 | Pierrot | Follett
    698079 | 107995 | Miller | Hawtin
    698080 | 107995 | Taylor | Simmons
    698081 | 107995 | Bridemen | Cranfield, Ratchford, Blurton, Wilde, Rayner, Jackson, &c.//Miller's Wife-Miss Leserve
    698082 | 107995 | //Miller's Wife | Miss Leserve
    698083 | 107995 | Bridemaids | Mrs Follett, Mrs Watts, Mrs Ratchford, Mrs Cranfield, Mrs Crowe, Mrs Lloyd, &c.
    698084 | 107995 | Colombine | Mme Rossi
    698085 | 107995 | Philidel | Mrs Mountain. IV. A View of a Country Inn: The Bull and Dog
    698086 | 107995 | Landlady | Mrs Henley. V. A Representation of tht Scaffolding prepared for erecting the New Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane, as it appeared in July. Irish Song in character by Rock. Which changes to a View of the above Building, as it will appear when completed
    698087 | 107995 | A Representation of tht Scaffolding prepared for e | Royal, Drury Lane, as it appeared in July. Irish Song in character by Rock. Which changes to a View of the above Building, as it will appear when completed
    698088 | 107995 | A View of Smithfield on a Market | Day
    698089 | 107995 | Byrn//Flora | Mlle St. Amand. VIII. A Tobacco Warehouse, which changes to an Equestrian Figure by Roubiliac. IX. A Street, in which is introduced two Irish Sedan Chairs
    698090 | 107995 | Aerial Spirits | Byrn, Holland, Mlle St. Amand, Cranfield, Ratchford, King, Blurton, Wilde, Mrs Castelle, Miss Kirton, Miss Leserve, Mrs Follett, Mrs Watts, Mrs Blurton
    698091 | 107995 | Alban | Holman
    698092 | 107995 | Captain O'Leary | Johnstone
    698093 | 107995 | Patrick | Rock
    698094 | 107995 | Catherine | Mrs Webb
    698095 | 107995 | Louisa | Miss Brunton
    698096 | 107995 | <i>Vocal Characters</i> | Bannister, Incledon, Davies, Blanchard, Cubitt, Johnstone, Mrs Martyr, Mrs Warrell, Miss Huntley, Miss Barnet
    698097 | 107995 | Petit Maitre | Farley
    698098 | 107995 | Marquis | W. Powel
    698099 | 107995 | Pioneer | Cranfield
    698100 | 107995 | Dusty Gentleman | Bernard
    698101 | 107995 | Poet | Marshall
    698102 | 107995 | Shoe@Black | Rees
    698103 | 107995 | Jacobine | Cross
    698104 | 107995 | Lemonadier | C. Powell
    698105 | 107995 | Poissards | Blurton, Rayner
    698106 | 107995 | Gardener | Milburne
    698107 | 107995 | Grotesque | Follett
    698108 | 107995 | Dancing Nymphs | Mrs Goodwin, Mrs Watts, Mrs Ratchford, Mrs Byrne, Mrs Boyce, Mrs Cranfield, Mrs Lloyd
    698109 | 107995 | : Recruiting Serjeant | Townsend
    Performance: 107996 | 48988 | a | THE TWO MISERS | Gripe-Quick; Lively-Davies; Mustapha-Richardson; Osmond-Townsend; Ali-Cubitt; Hunks (1st time)-Fawcett//Jenny-Mrs Mountain; Harriet (for that night only)-Miss Poole .
    Cast:
    194255 | 107996 | Gripe | Quick
    194256 | 107996 | Lively | Davies
    194257 | 107996 | Mustapha | Richardson
    194258 | 107996 | Osmond | Townsend
    194259 | 107996 | Ali | Cubitt
    194260 | 107996 | Hunks | Fawcett//Jenny-Mrs Mountain
    194261 | 107996 | Fawcett//Jenny | Mrs Mountain
    194262 | 107996 | Harriet | Miss Poole
    Performance: 107997 | 48988 | m | End of Act II of mainpiece concerto on the Piano Forte, composed by Krumpholtz, accompanied by the Full Band, by Miss Poole | hathi.
    Performance: 107998 | 48988 | s | End of Act IV of mainpiece Mad Bm, in character, by Miss Poole | hathi.

Mainpiece

Comments:
As17931001, but Sir Ralph here, correctly, Sir Robert Ramble; Edward (for this night only)-Miss Poole//Miss Wooburn-Miss Chapman; Miss Spinster-Mrs Henley; omitted: Porter . omitted: Porter .
Cast:

Afterpiece

Comments:
As17940407, but in SCENE I: Sally in our Alley by Incledon, in place of Blow high, blow low; in SCENE III: Old England will be England still by Incledon, in place of Rule Britannia .
Cast:

Afterpiece

Comments:
Gripe-Quick; Lively-Davies; Mustapha-Richardson; Osmond-Townsend; Ali-Cubitt; Hunks (1st time)-Fawcett//Jenny-Mrs Mountain; Harriet (for that night only)-Miss Poole .
Cast:

Music

Comment: End of Act II of mainpiece concerto on the Piano Forte, composed by Krumpholtz, accompanied by the Full Band, by Miss Poole

Song

Comment: End of Act IV of mainpiece Mad Bm, in character, by Miss Poole

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