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Event Comment: [By Ambrose Phillips.] At the Desire of several Ladies of Quality. William Egerton: And in the Spring came on Mr Phillips's Tragedy, The Distrest Mother. Mrs Rogers, an Actress, who in her Turn, had made a considerable Figure on the Stage, was designed the Part of (Andromache, Hector's Widow, &. i.e.) the Distrest Mother. But the Author, as well as his Friends, were soon convinced that Mrs Oldfield was infinitely the more accomplished Person for so Capital a Part. Upon its being given to Her, Mrs Rogers raised a Posse of Profligates, fond of Tumult and Riot, who made such a Commotion in the House, that the Court hearing of it send four of the Royal Messengers, and a strong Guard, to suppress all Disorders. This being effected, the Play was brought upon the Stage and crowned with deserved Success (Egerton, pp. 31-32)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Distrest Mother

Cast
Role: Pyrrhus Actor: Booth
Role: Phoenix Actor: Bowman
Role: Orestes Actor: Powell
Role: Pylades Actor: Mills
Role: Andromache Actor: Mrs Oldfield
Role: Cephisa Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Hermione Actor: Mrs Porter
Role: Cleone Actor: Mrs Cox
Role: Prologue by Steele Actor: Wilks
Role: Epilogue by Budgell Actor: Mrs Oldfield.
Related Works
Related Work: The Distrest Mother Author(s): Ambrose Philips
Event Comment: [By Ambrose Phillips.] Never Acted before. With new Habits. [See also Weekly Journal or Saturday's Post, 24 Feb., and Freeholder's Journal, 21 Feb.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Briton

Cast
Role: Vanoc Actor: Booth
Role: Ivor Actor: Wilks
Role: Didius Actor: Thurmond
Role: Valens Actor: Mills
Role: Alan Actor: Williams
Role: Cartismande Actor: Mrs Porter
Role: Gwendolen Actor: Mrs Booth
Role: Edition of 1722 adds Idwall Actor: W. Mills
Role: Ebranc Actor: Bowman
Role: Messenger Actor: Roberts
Role: Prologue Actor: Wilks
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Younger.
Related Works
Related Work: Britons Strike Home; or, The Sailors' Rehearsal Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Briton Author(s): Ambrose Philips
Event Comment: Benefit Phillips, the Harlequin. At the Desire of several Persons of Quality. [Tickets at Phillips' House, No. 6, Eagle Court in the Strand.]

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Man Of Taste

Cast
Role: Dorothea Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Man of Taste Actor: Cibber
Role: Sir Positive Actor: Griffin
Role: Freelove Actor: Mills
Role: Sir Humphrey Actor: Harper
Role: Reynard Actor: Miller
Role: Valentine Actor: Milward
Role: Harcourt Actor: W. Mills
Role: Horatio Actor: Raftor
Role: Lewis Actor: Cross
Role: Diligence Actor: Turbutt
Role: Almanzor Actor: Master Arne
Role: Lady Henpeck Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Lisetta Actor: Miss Mann
Role: Dorinda Actor: Mrs Thurmond
Role: Maria Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Angelica Actor: Miss Holliday

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Restor'd

Performance Comment: Harlequin-Phillips; Flash-Cibber; Colombine-Miss Mann, but see17360216.
Cast
Role: Harlequin Actor: Phillips
Role: Flash Actor: Cibber
Role: Colombine Actor: Miss Mann, but see17360216

Dance: I: A new Pantomime Dance called Damon and Phillida: Damon-Phillips; Phillida-Miss Mann; Cimon-Pelling; Mopsus-Davenport. II: Pierrots by Poitier and Pelling. III: Drunken Peasant by Phillips. IV: Black and White Joak by Phillips and Miss Mann. V: The Rover by Essex, Mrs Walter, Miss Mann, &c

Performance Comment: II: Pierrots by Poitier and Pelling. III: Drunken Peasant by Phillips. IV: Black and White Joak by Phillips and Miss Mann. V: The Rover by Essex, Mrs Walter, Miss Mann, &c .
Event Comment: At Lee-Phillips Booth. 10 a.m. This performance is advertized in the London Daily Post and General Advertiser, 27 Aug., only, the last day of the Fair

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Colombine Courtezan

Performance Comment: Harlequin-Phillips; Spaniard-Hemskirk; Clown-Scollough; Colombine-Mrs Phillips.
Cast
Role: Harlequin Actor: Phillips
Role: Spaniard Actor: Hemskirk
Role: Clown Actor: Scollough
Role: Colombine Actor: Mrs Phillips.

Entertainment: A Grand Scene of Cupid and Psyche-; A Scaramouch Dance-Phillips; which he performed at the Opera House at Paris upwards of Forty successive Nights with universal Applause. A Dialogue between Punch and Colombine-; Drunken Peasant-Phillips

Performance Comment: A Dialogue between Punch and Colombine-; Drunken Peasant-Phillips.
Event Comment: At Phillips' Booth. 10 a.m. [According to the Daily Advertiser, 17 Sept. the Fair was to continue through 22 Sept.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Colombine Courtezan

Performance Comment: Harlequin-Phillips; Spaniard-Hemskirk; Clown-Scollough; Colombine-Mrs Phillips.
Cast
Role: Harlequin Actor: Phillips
Role: Spaniard Actor: Hemskirk
Role: Clown Actor: Scollough
Role: Colombine Actor: Mrs Phillips.

Entertainment: A Grand Scene of Cupid and Psyche-; A Scaramouch Dance-Phillips; which he performed at the Opera House at Paris upwards of Forty successive Nights with universal Applause. A Dialogue between Punch and Colombine-; The Drunken Peasant-Phillips; The surprizing Performance of The Mountain Grecian-; A new French Dance-Mlle Richmond, lately arrived from Paris

Performance Comment: A Dialogue between Punch and Colombine-; The Drunken Peasant-Phillips; The surprizing Performance of The Mountain Grecian-; A new French Dance-Mlle Richmond, lately arrived from Paris.

Music: A Compleat Band of Musick-

Event Comment: *c1702 04 25 js e particular Desire of several True Britons.A Concert. Written by Mr Phillips. Not acted 20 Years [see 3 April 1722]. 6 p.m. There will be no posting Bills

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Briton

Cast
Role: Original prologue Actor:
Role: epilogue Actor: .
Related Works
Related Work: Britons Strike Home; or, The Sailors' Rehearsal Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Briton Author(s): Ambrose Philips

Song:

Event Comment: At the New Theatre, Bowling Green, Southwark. Benefit for Mrs Phillips, who plays the Distrest Mother. With the Original Epilogue. Box seats 2s. (Daily Advertiser)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Distrest Mother

Related Works
Related Work: The Distrest Mother Author(s): Ambrose Philips

Afterpiece Title: The Virgin Unmasked

Event Comment: [Written by Ambrose Philips.] Weekly Journal or Saturday's Post, 23 Feb.: If we consider the Performance of this Play, we shall find, that the Poet is not much beholding to the Actors; for, the two Women Parts excepted, the whole Play was but wretchedly perform'd

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Humphrey, Duke Of Gloucester

Related Works
Related Work: Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester Author(s): Ambrose Philips
Event Comment: At the New Theatre. Benefit Phillips

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Spanish Fryar; Or, The Double Discovery

Afterpiece Title: Miss in Her Teens

Dance: Phillips

Related Works
Related Work: The Stage-Mutineers; or, A Playhouse to be Lett Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Squire Basinghall; or, The Cheapside Beau Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Marforio, being a Comi-Tragical Farce, called The Critick of Taste; or, A Tale of a Tub, with Characters of Singlewit, Drawcansir, Modern, Drapper, Buskin, Propter, the Great Mogul, Dunceada, Prince Prettyman, Common Sense, the Embryo of Common Sense, Lorg Haranguewell, Falarini, Signior Tweedledum, Signior Tweedledee, Prologues, Senators, Patriots, Courtiers, Fidlers, Eunucks, Gentleman Usher, Ghosts, and Chorus of Ghosts Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Royal Chace; or, Merlin's Cave Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Chambermaid Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Mock Lawyer Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Britons Strike Home; or, The Sailors' Rehearsal Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Royal Chace; or, Harlequin Skeleton Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Love and Glory Author(s): Thomas Phillips
Related Work: The Rival Captains; or, The Impostor Unmask'd Author(s): Thomas Phillips
Event Comment: At the New Theatre, Bowling Green. Benefit for Mrs Phillips. A Concert. Prices: 2s. 6d., 1s. 6d., 1s., 6d. (Daily Advertiser)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Beggar's Opera

Afterpiece Title: New Pantomime Entertainment

Performance Comment: Harlequin-Phillips.
Cast
Role: Harlequin Actor: Phillips.

Dance: Phillips

Related Works
Related Work: The Stage-Mutineers; or, A Playhouse to be Lett Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Squire Basinghall; or, The Cheapside Beau Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Marforio, being a Comi-Tragical Farce, called The Critick of Taste; or, A Tale of a Tub, with Characters of Singlewit, Drawcansir, Modern, Drapper, Buskin, Propter, the Great Mogul, Dunceada, Prince Prettyman, Common Sense, the Embryo of Common Sense, Lorg Haranguewell, Falarini, Signior Tweedledum, Signior Tweedledee, Prologues, Senators, Patriots, Courtiers, Fidlers, Eunucks, Gentleman Usher, Ghosts, and Chorus of Ghosts Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Royal Chace; or, Merlin's Cave Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Chambermaid Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Mock Lawyer Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Britons Strike Home; or, The Sailors' Rehearsal Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Royal Chace; or, Harlequin Skeleton Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Love and Glory Author(s): Thomas Phillips
Related Work: The Rival Captains; or, The Impostor Unmask'd Author(s): Thomas Phillips
Event Comment: At the New Theatre, Bowling Green, Southwark. Benefit for Mr and Mrs Phillips. A Concert, etc. To begin at 6:30 p.m

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Constant Couple; Or A Trip To The Jubilee

Performance Comment: Wildair-Mrs Phillips.
Cast
Role: Wildair Actor: Mrs Phillips.

Afterpiece Title: The Virgin Unmasked

Dance: Phillips

Related Works
Related Work: The Stage-Mutineers; or, A Playhouse to be Lett Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Squire Basinghall; or, The Cheapside Beau Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Marforio, being a Comi-Tragical Farce, called The Critick of Taste; or, A Tale of a Tub, with Characters of Singlewit, Drawcansir, Modern, Drapper, Buskin, Propter, the Great Mogul, Dunceada, Prince Prettyman, Common Sense, the Embryo of Common Sense, Lorg Haranguewell, Falarini, Signior Tweedledum, Signior Tweedledee, Prologues, Senators, Patriots, Courtiers, Fidlers, Eunucks, Gentleman Usher, Ghosts, and Chorus of Ghosts Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Royal Chace; or, Merlin's Cave Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Chambermaid Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Mock Lawyer Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Britons Strike Home; or, The Sailors' Rehearsal Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Royal Chace; or, Harlequin Skeleton Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Love and Glory Author(s): Thomas Phillips
Related Work: The Rival Captains; or, The Impostor Unmask'd Author(s): Thomas Phillips
Event Comment: A Concert, etc. At the Desire of several Gentlemen and Ladies. For One Night Only. For the Benefit of Mr Phillips. At the New Playhouse, Bowling Green, Southwark. Boxes 2s. 6d. Pit 1s. 6d. Gallery 1s. Upper Gallery 6d. Sylvius went to see Hamlet but was distracted by a beautiful woman nearby (Daily Advertiser and Literary Gazette, 20 Sept.)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Hamlet, Prince Of Denmark

Afterpiece Title: The Lying Valet

Cast
Role: Sharp Actor: Brown.

Dance: Phillips

Related Works
Related Work: The Stage-Mutineers; or, A Playhouse to be Lett Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Squire Basinghall; or, The Cheapside Beau Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Marforio, being a Comi-Tragical Farce, called The Critick of Taste; or, A Tale of a Tub, with Characters of Singlewit, Drawcansir, Modern, Drapper, Buskin, Propter, the Great Mogul, Dunceada, Prince Prettyman, Common Sense, the Embryo of Common Sense, Lorg Haranguewell, Falarini, Signior Tweedledum, Signior Tweedledee, Prologues, Senators, Patriots, Courtiers, Fidlers, Eunucks, Gentleman Usher, Ghosts, and Chorus of Ghosts Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Royal Chace; or, Merlin's Cave Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Chambermaid Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Mock Lawyer Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Britons Strike Home; or, The Sailors' Rehearsal Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: The Royal Chace; or, Harlequin Skeleton Author(s): Edward Phillips
Related Work: Love and Glory Author(s): Thomas Phillips
Related Work: The Rival Captains; or, The Impostor Unmask'd Author(s): Thomas Phillips

Song: Platt, Master Phillips

Event Comment: For the Entertainment of the Turkish Ambassadour. Benefit Phillips, in confinement in King's Bench. [Prices 3s., 2s., 1s.] Mr Phillips humbly begs leave to inform his Friends, being under Confinement in the King's Bench, He has not at present an Opportunity to wait on such Gentlemen and Ladies, as he may have hopes to esteem his well wishers. But in order to render Mrs Phillips's Entertainment as agreeable as possible to the Publick, Mr Phillips will be there on that Night. Tickets at Mrs Phillips's / Lodgings, at Mrs Norman's in Ayliffe St.; and of Mr Phillips in the King's Bench Prison, Southwark

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Relapse

Performance Comment: Foppington-Kennedy; Hoyden-Mrs Phillips.
Cast
Role: Foppington Actor: Kennedy
Role: Hoyden Actor: Mrs Phillips.

Afterpiece Title: The Intriguing Chambermaid

Performance Comment: Lettice-Mrs Phillips; Colonel-Phillips.
Cast
Role: Lettice Actor: Mrs Phillips
Role: Colonel Actor: Phillips.

Dance: I: Sailor's Hornpipe-Phillips late Harlequin of Drury Lane, his first in this Kingdom for three years; II: Quaker's Sermon on Viola-Phillips; III: Drunken Peasant-Phillips

Ballet: V:Pantomime Dance call'd Harlequin and Clown. Harlequin-Phillips

Performance Comment: Harlequin-Phillips.
Cast
Role: Harlequin Actor: Phillips.
Event Comment: At the Tottenham Court Fair. At Lee-Phillips Booth. Beginning at 11 a.m

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Jupiter And Juno

Cast
Role: Jupiter Actor: Parry.

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Happy; or, Jack Spaniard Bit

Performance Comment: Harlequin-Phillips, from Drury Lane; Spaniard-Parry; Pierot-Closson; Colombine-Mrs Phillips.
Cast
Role: Harlequin Actor: Phillips, from Drury Lane
Role: Spaniard Actor: Parry
Role: Pierot Actor: Closson
Role: Colombine Actor: Mrs Phillips.

Entertainment: GGrand Scaramouch Dance-Phillips, others, as he performed it at the Opera House in Paris, upwards of Forty Nights successively, with universal Applause; Scotch Dialogue-Parry, Mrs Phillips; A new Song-Parry in Praise of Admiral Vernon; Sailor Dance-Phillips; A Grand Dance call'd Vertumnus-Phillips

Event Comment: At Lee-Phillips Booth. 10 a.m

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Ephalus: With The Death Of Procris

Cast
Role: Cephalus Actor: Parry
Role: Procris Actor: Miss Atherton
Role: Aurora Actor: Mrs Brooth
Role: Neptune Actor: Watson
Role: Cupid Actor: Master Ferg.

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Restor'd

Performance Comment: Harlequin-Phillips; Colombine-Mrs Phillips; Squire Shallow-Middleton; Noodle-Closon; Tragedy-Adams, Mrs Spiller, Mrs Lax; Comedy-Sunderland, Harrolt, Jones; Milkmaids-Miss Rogers, Mlle Closson, Miss Man, Mrs Middleton; Conjuror, Savoyard-Parry.

Dance: DDrunken Peasant-Phillips; Hornpipe-Phillips; The Parting Lovers-Phillips

Song: TThe Maid's Wish-Mrs Phillips; A song by Lampe-Parry in Praise of Admiral Vernon upon his taking Chagre Castle

Event Comment: Benefit for Miss Phillips. Morning Herald, 16 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Miss Phillips, No. 56, Drury-lane. Afterpiece: Not acted these 12 years [acted 29 Mar. 1773]. The Music composed by the late celebrated Dr Boyce. Receipts: #236 16s. (94/13/0; 32/16/6; 0/14/6; tickets: 108/12/0) (charge: #105 19s. 7d.)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The West Indian

Performance Comment: As17811002, but Varland-Waldron; Louisa Dudley-Miss Phillips (1st appearance in that character) .
Cast
Role: Varland Actor: Waldron
Role: Louisa Dudley Actor: Miss Phillips
Role: Belcour Actor: King
Role: Stockwell Actor: Aickin
Role: Major O'Flaherty Actor: Moody
Role: Dudley Actor: Packer
Role: Charles Dudley Actor: Brereton
Role: Fulmer Actor: Baddeley
Role: Lady Rusport Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Housekeeper Actor: Mrs Booth
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Love
Role: Mrs Fulmer Actor: Miss Sherry
Role: Charlotte Rusport Actor: Miss Farren

Afterpiece Title: The Chaplet

Performance Comment: Damon (1st time)-Mrs Cargill; Palemon-Williames; Pastora-Mrs Wrighten; Laura-Miss Phillips (1st appearance in that character) .
Cast
Role: Damon Actor: Mrs Cargill
Role: Palemon Actor: Williames
Role: Pastora Actor: Mrs Wrighten
Role: Laura Actor: Miss Phillips

Dance: After song at end of mainpiece The Irish Fair, as17820406

Song: End of Act II of mainpiece How sweet in the Woodlands by Bannister and Miss Phillips; End of mainpiece The Soldier tir'd of War's Alarms by Miss Phillips

Event Comment: Benefit Mrs Phillips. At the Playhouse on the Bowling Green. The plays to be acted gratis. The Doors to be open'd at Four, and to begin precisely at Seven

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Oroonoko

Performance Comment: Charlotte-Mrs Phillips; others-Gentlemen, Ladies for their Diversion.

Afterpiece Title: The Virgin Unmask'd

Dance: I: Drunken Peasant-Phillips; II: A new Miller's Dance-Phillips; V: Scene of the Skeleton, with the Skeleton-a Gentleman for his Diversion

Song: III: A new Whimsical Welsh Song-Hemskirk

Music: By particular Desire of several Gentlemen and Ladies, the Quaker's Sermon on the Violin-Phillips

Event Comment: PPhillips and Hussey's Company. 2s. 6d., 1s. 6d., 6d. [Concert formula used.] To begin at 12 and end at 10 p.m. Mainpiece: [first announced on 26th and 29th as The Careful Father; or, The Extravagant Son. Notice of performance repeated 2,3,6 (but Cushing as Drunken Peasant), 6,7 (but Phillips as Drunken Peasant), 12, 13, 14, and 15 May. Probably acted every day of May Fair.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Prodigal Son; With The Comical Humours Of Sir John Oldcastle And A Pert Chambermaid

Performance Comment: Lettice-Mrs Phillips; Drunken Colonel-Phillips (Daily Advertiser, 3 May).
Cast
Role: Lettice Actor: Mrs Phillips
Role: Drunken Colonel Actor: Phillips

Afterpiece Title: The Harlot's Progress

Performance Comment: Harlequin-Phillips his first appearance on that stage in England in three years; Beau Mordecai the Jew-Bennett; Miss Kitty-Mrs Phillips.

Dance: NNew Hornpipe, Drunken Peasant-Phillips; Sailor's Dance called the Jovial Crew-Phillips

Song: Grand Chorus in Honor of his Royal Highness the Duke on his brave Defeat of the Rebels-

Event Comment: Benefit for Phillips and Mrs Walter. Tickets to be had at Phillips, Lodgings in Little Wild St., near Lincoln's Inn Fields; at the Bedford Coffee House, Covent Garden; of Mrs Walter, at the Three Queens, a Hosier, in New St., Covent Garden; and at Bradshaws. Afterpiece: a New Pantomimic Entertainment. Receipts: #170

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Recruiting Officer

Performance Comment: As17410908, but Bullock-Taswell; Lucy-Mrs Walter; Rose-Mrs Phillips; Appletree-a Gentleman, 1st time on any stage; Welch Collier-Phillips; Brazen-Macklin; Scale-_; Scruple-_; Constable-_; Pearmain-_.
Cast
Role: Bullock Actor: Taswell
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Walter
Role: Rose Actor: Mrs Phillips
Role: Appletree Actor: a Gentleman, 1st time on any stage
Role: Welch Collier Actor: Phillips
Role: Brazen Actor: Macklin
Role: Sylvia Actor: Mrs Woffington, 1st appearance at that stage
Role: Plume Actor: Mills
Role: Kite Actor: Berry
Role: Ballance Actor: Winstone
Role: Worthy Actor: Havard
Role: Melinda Actor: Mrs Butler
Role: Scale Actor: Raftor
Role: Scruple Actor: Woodburn
Role: Constable Actor: Turbutt
Role: Pearmain Actor: Neale
Role: Collier Actor: Taswell

Afterpiece Title: The Cooper Outwitted; or, Harlequin Happy

Performance Comment: Harlequin-Philips; Cooper-Hough; Cooper's Wife-Mrs Walter; Cooper's Man-Leigh; to Conclude with a Grand Scaramouche Dance-Phillips.

Song: I: Bumper Squire Jones-Beard; III: The Early Horn-Lowe

Dance: II: Le Boufon, as17420325 IV: The Drunken Peasant-Phillips

Event Comment: At the New Theatre. Benefit Phillips. A Concert, etc. 2s. 6d., 1s. 6d., 1s. 6 p.m. To act every Wednesday...The Cloaths and Scenes are entirely New. Tickets at Phillips' Lodgings, 5 Faulcon Court

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Orphan; Or, The Unhappy Marriage

Afterpiece Title: The Virgin Unmasked

Cast
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Clive.

Dance: Pantomime Dance-; with Harlequin-Phillips

Event Comment: Benefit for Miss Phillips. Tickets delivered for Artaxerxes will be taken. Public Advertiser, 20 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Miss Phillips, No. 56, Drury-Lane. Receipts: #201 12s. (57.14.0; 19.16.6; 0.9.6; tickets: 123.12.0) (charge: none listed)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: A School For Fathers

Performance Comment: Lionel-Mattocks (of cg); Colonel Oldboy-Parsons; Sir John Flowerdale-Aickin; Jenkins-Bannister; Harman-Fawcett; Jessamy-Dodd; Diana-Miss Collett; Lady Mary Oldboy-Mrs Hopkins; Jenny-Mrs Wrighten; Clarissa-Miss Phillips (1st appearance in that character).
Cast
Role: Lionel Actor: Mattocks
Role: Colonel Oldboy Actor: Parsons
Role: Sir John Flowerdale Actor: Aickin
Role: Jenkins Actor: Bannister
Role: Harman Actor: Fawcett
Role: Jessamy Actor: Dodd
Role: Diana Actor: Miss Collett
Role: Lady Mary Oldboy Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Wrighten
Role: Clarissa Actor: Miss Phillips

Afterpiece Title: Who's the Dupe

Cast
Role: Mr Doiley Actor: Parsons
Role: Gradus Actor: Lamash
Role: Sandford Actor: Aickin
Role: Granger Actor: Palmer
Role: Charlotte Actor: Mrs Wrighten
Role: Miss Doiley Actor: Mrs Brereton.

Dance: As17801117

Song: End: The Soldier tir'd of Wars Alarms-Miss Phillips

Event Comment: At Lee-Phillips Booth. Noon to 10 p.m. The Fair lasts through 18 Sept

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The History Of Cephalus: With The Death Of Procris

Cast
Role: Cephalus Actor: Parry
Role: Procris Actor: Miss Atherton, from Drury Lane
Role: Aurora Actor: Mrs Brooth.

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Doctor Faustus

Cast
Role: Faustus Actor: Philips
Role: Servant Actor: Closson
Role: Pluto Actor: Topham
Role: Helen Actor: Miss Lacey
Role: Miller Actor: Jones
Role: Miller's Wife Actor: Mrs Philipps
Role: Furies Actor: Harvelt, Sunderland, Closson.

Dance: DDrunken Peasant-Phillips

Song: TThe Maid's Wish (new)-Mrs Phillips

Event Comment: At Phillips and Lee's Great Til'd Booth on the Bowling Green. Boxes 2s. 6d. Pit 1s. 6d. First Gallery 1s. Upper Gallery 6d. From Noon to 10 p.m. [Notice repeated for 13 and 20 Sept.]

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Indian Merchant; Or, The Happy Pair

Performance Comment: As at Phillips and Yeates' Booth during Bartholomew Fair, 25 Aug.

Afterpiece Title: The Miser Bit; or, Harlequin Reveller

Dance: LLes Masons and Sabotiers-Phillips, Mrs Dove

Event Comment: GGreat Theatrical Booth, Bowling Green. Benefit Phillips from Drury Lane. To begin at 6 p.m

Performances

Mainpiece Title: George Barnwell

Performance Comment: Barnwell-Peterson; Milwood-Mrs Phillips.
Cast
Role: Barnwell Actor: Peterson
Role: Milwood Actor: Mrs Phillips.

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Reveller

Performance Comment: Harlequin-Phillips; Colombine-Mrs Dove; Clown-Dove.
Cast
Role: Harlequin Actor: Phillips
Role: Colombine Actor: Mrs Dove
Role: Clown Actor: Dove.

Dance: LLes Masons & Sabotiers-Phillips, Mrs Dove

Event Comment: HHussey and Phillips, New Theatre, Bowling Green. Not performed these Ten Years. Prices 2s. 6d., 1s. 6d., 1s., 6d. [Notice repeated 9, 10, 11 Sept.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: He Constant Couple; Or, The Fop Bit [a Farce]

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Restor'd; or, Burgomaster Trick'd

Performance Comment: Harlequin-Phillips; Colombine-Mrs Phillips.
Cast
Role: Harlequin Actor: Phillips
Role: Colombine Actor: Mrs Phillips.

Music: A grand chorus of kettle Drums-; Hautboys-; French Horns- in praise of our noble Hero, the Duke of Cumberland

Dance: I: Drunken Peasant-Phillips

Song: II: Master Maddox; III: A new Song, Maids have a Care-Bennett