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Mainpiece Title: The Follies Of A Day

Related Works
Related Work: The Follies of a Day Author(s): Thomas Holcroft
Related Work: The Follies of a Day; or, The Marriage of Figaro Author(s): Thomas Holcroft

Afterpiece Title: The Irish Widow

Afterpiece Title: A Masque, In Honor of the Nuptials of His Royal Highness [the Prince of Wales with Caroline Princess of Brunswick on 8 April 1795]

Related Works
Related Work: Love's Mistress; or, the Queen's Masque Author(s): Thomas Heywood

Afterpiece Title: The Poor Soldier

Dance: In 3rd piece: a Grand Dance-Byrn, Holland, Mlle St.Amand, Mme Rossi

Song: End I 2nd piece: The Richmond Primrose Girl (Music by Spofforth-Poetry by William Pearce, Esq.) sung in character-Mrs Clendining


Mainpiece Title: A Cure For The Heart Ache

Related Works
Related Work: A Cure for the Heart Ache Author(s): Thomas Morton

Afterpiece Title: A Gallimaufry

Afterpiece Title: The Princess of Georgia


Mainpiece Title: Ramah Droog; Or, Wine Does Wonders

Afterpiece Title: The Jew and the Doctor

Entertainment: Procession End II: A Return from a Tiger Hunt- [to the Rajah's Palace, representing the Rajah on an Elephant, returning from Hunting the Tiger, preceded by his Hircarrahs, or military Messengers, and his State Palanquin-the Vizier on another Elephant-the +Princess in a Gaurie, drawn by Buffaloes-the Rajah is attended by his Fakeer, or Soothsayer, his Officers of State, and by an Ambassador from Tippoo Sultaun in a Palanquin; also by Nairs (or Soldiers from the South of India), Poligars (or Inhabitants of the Hilly Districts), with their Hunting-dogs, other Indians carrying a dead Tiger, and young Tigers in a Cage; a number of Seapoys-Musicians on Camels and on Foot-Dancing Girls. [This was included in all subsequent performances.