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Mainpiece Title: Love And A Bottle

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Role: Lucinda Actor: Miss Carne.

Afterpiece Title: The Padlock

Dance: End: Minuet de la Cour, Allemande-Master Byrne, Miss Byrne

Song: End I, IV: a variety of select Catches and Glees-

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Mainpiece Title: A Adventure In St

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Role: Lady Flippant Actor: Miss Carne

Afterpiece Title: The Beaux Duel; or, A Soldier for the Ladies

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Role: Mrs Plotwell Actor: Miss Carne

Dance: End of Act I of afterpiece a Hornpipe by Lepulley. interlude. End of mainpiece a Scotch Pastoral Interlude, The Caledonian Villagers (Written by Allen Ramsay), by Natives of Scotland, who are to speak the Dialect of that Country

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Mainpiece Title: The Birth Day

Afterpiece Title: The Naval Pillar

Dance: In 2nd piece: As17991007

Song: In 2nd piece: As17991011

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Mainpiece Title: The Birth Day

Dance: In 3rd piece: As17991007

Song: In 3rd piece: As17991011

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Mainpiece Title: Lover's Vows

Afterpiece Title: The Naval Pillar

Dance: In 3rd piece: As17991007

Song: In 3rd piece: As17991011

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Mainpiece Title: Macbeth

Song: Vocal Parts, as17990930, but _Dyke, Whitmore, added: Ms +Litchfield, Ms +Mills, Ms +Dibdin, _Incledon

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Mainpiece Title: King Lear

Dance: As17991007

Song: In afterpiece: As17991011

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Mainpiece Title: Management

Dance: As17991007

Song: In afterpiece: As17991011

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Mainpiece Title: Jane Shore

Dance: As17991007

Song: In afterpiece: As17991011

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Mainpiece Title: Douglas

Afterpiece Title: Lovers' Quarrels

Afterpiece Title: The Deserter of Naples

Entertainment: Vaudeville In course Evening: an entire New Song, The Seaman's Lamentation for the Loss of the Royal Charlotte (The Words by G. S. Carey, and composed by Mazzinghi)-Incledon; Dancing-Mr and Master Michell (from the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh; 1st appearance)