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Event Comment: Mainpiece: [By Charles Molloy.] Never Acted before. Afterpiece: [By John Leigh.] A new Farce...being the Sequel to Country Wake. [The Prince present.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Half Pay Officers

Performance Comment: Principal Part-Peg Fryer it being the first time of her Appearing on any Stage since the Reign of King Charles II; [The edition of 1720 adds: Bellayr-Ryan; Fluellin-Griffin; MacMorris-H. Bullock; Culverin-Spiller; Meagre-C. Bullock; Loadham-Harper; Sharp-Egleton; Jaspar-Boheme; Widow Rich-Mrs Vandervelt [Peg Fryer?]; Benedict-Mrs Bullock; Charlotte-Miss Stone; Jane-Mrs Robertson; Prologue-; Epilogue-.
Cast
Role: Principal Part Actor: Peg Fryer it being the first time of her Appearing on any Stage since the Reign of King Charles II
Role: Bellayr Actor: Ryan
Role: Fluellin Actor: Griffin
Role: MacMorris Actor: H. Bullock
Role: Culverin Actor: Spiller
Role: Meagre Actor: C. Bullock
Role: Loadham Actor: Harper
Role: Sharp Actor: Egleton
Role: Jaspar Actor: Boheme
Role: Widow Rich Actor: Mrs Vandervelt
Role: Benedict Actor: Mrs Bullock
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Stone
Role: Jane Actor: Mrs Robertson
Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor: .
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Related Work: The Half Pay Officers Author(s): Charles Molloy

Afterpiece Title: Hob's Wedding

Cast
Role: Sir ThomasTesty Actor: Bullock Sr
Role: Woodvill Actor: Egleton
Role: Truelove Actor: Diggs
Role: Old Hob Actor: Harper
Role: Young Hob Actor: Spiller
Role: Saywell Actor: Coker
Role: Lady Testy Actor: Mrs Giffard
Role: Lucia Actor: Miss Stone
Role: Mary Actor: Mrs Bullock Jr
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Robertson
Role: Hob's Mother Actor: Mrs Elsam.

Dance: Bashful Maid, Irish Trot-Mrs Fryer

Event Comment: [By Charles Molloy.] A New Comedy

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Coquet

Cast
Role: Bellamy Actor: Ryan
Role: Monsieur Caprice Actor: Griffin
Role: Valere Actor: J. Leigh
Role: Leander Actor: Diggs
Role: Le Bronze Actor: C. Bullock
Role: Ranger Actor: Spiller
Role: Le Grange Actor: Egleton
Role: Jesmin Actor: H. Bullock
Role: Julia Actor: Mrs Thurmond
Role: Mademoiselle Fantast Actor: Mrs Spiller
Role: Flavia Actor: Mrs Robertson
Role: Madame Filette Actor: Pack
Role: Le Jupe Actor: Mrs Giffard
Role: Prologue Actor: Ryan
Role: Epilogue Actor: Spiller.
Related Works
Related Work: The Coquet: or, The English Chevalier Author(s): Charles Molloy
Event Comment: Benefit Mrs Fryar, who has played but once since the days of King Charles, and taught three Queens to Dance

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Half Pay Officers

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Related Work: The Half Pay Officers Author(s): Charles Molloy

Afterpiece Title: Hob's Wedding

Dance: The Bashful Country Maid, Irish Trot-Peggy Fryar

Event Comment: [By Charles Johnson.] Alter'd from the Comedy call'd As You Like It, Written by Shakespear

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love In A Forest

Performance Comment: Edition of 1723 lists: Duke Frederick-Williams; Alberto-Booth; Jaques-Cibber; Amiens-Corey; Oliver-Thurmond; Orlando-Wilks; Roberto-Roberts; Adam-Mills; Le Beau-Th. Cibber; Charles-W. Mills; Rosalind-Mrs Booth; Celia-Mrs Thurmond; Hymen-Miss Lindar; Pyramqs-Penkethman; Wall-Norris; Lion-Wilson; Moonshine-Ray; Thisbe-Miller; Prologue-Wilks; Epilogue-Mrs Thurmond.
Cast
Role: Duke Frederick Actor: Williams
Role: Alberto Actor: Booth
Role: Jaques Actor: Cibber
Role: Amiens Actor: Corey
Role: Oliver Actor: Thurmond
Role: Orlando Actor: Wilks
Role: Roberto Actor: Roberts
Role: Adam Actor: Mills
Role: Le Beau Actor: Th. Cibber
Role: Charles Actor: W. Mills
Role: Rosalind Actor: Mrs Booth
Role: Celia Actor: Mrs Thurmond
Role: Hymen Actor: Miss Lindar
Role: Pyramqs Actor: Penkethman
Role: Wall Actor: Norris
Role: Lion Actor: Wilson
Role: Moonshine Actor: Ray
Role: Thisbe Actor: Miller
Role: Prologue Actor: Wilks
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Thurmond.
Related Works
Related Work: Love in a Forest Author(s): Charles Johnson
Event Comment: [By Charles Johnson.]Receipts: #63 11s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Female Fortune Teller

Performance Comment: Parts-Ryan, Walker, Quin, Hippisley, Hulett, Hall, Mrs Egleton, Mrs Parker, Mrs Younger, Mrs Moffett, Mrs Vincent, Mrs Morgan; but edition of 1726 lists: Spring-Quin; Ringwood-Rian; Sir Charles Mirmont-Walker; Owen Apwigeon-Hippisley; Mrs Joiner-Mrs Egleton; Frances-Mrs Morgan; Astrea-Mrs Parker; Clarinda-Mrs Mowfet; Scuttle-Mrs Younger; Mrs Apwigeon-Mrs Vincent; Prologue-Ryan; Epilogue-Mrs Younger.
Related Works
Related Work: The Female Fortune Teller Author(s): Charles Johnson
Event Comment: Charles II to Madame, 14 July 1664: I am just now come from seeing a new ill play and it is almost midnight (C. H. Hartman, Charles II and Madame [1934], p. 108). W. J. Lawrence, in a review of Boswell, The Restoration Court Stage, in Modern Language Review, XXVIII (1933), 103, stated his belief that this play was acted at court this day

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Pompey The Great

Related Works
Related Work: Pompey the Great Author(s): Sir Charles Sedley Charles Sackville

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Coquet

Cast
Role: Young Coquet Actor: Mrs Cross.
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Related Work: The Coquet: or, The English Chevalier Author(s): Charles Molloy

Afterpiece Title: The Country House

Song: Henry Purcell's Frost Music from King Arthur-Leveridge, the new Boy, others; Singing in English and Italian-Mrs Tofts

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Coquet

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Related Work: The Coquet: or, The English Chevalier Author(s): Charles Molloy

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Coquet

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Related Work: The Coquet: or, The English Chevalier Author(s): Charles Molloy

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Half Pay Officers

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Related Work: The Half Pay Officers Author(s): Charles Molloy

Afterpiece Title: Hob's Wedding

Dance: As17200111

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Half Pay Officers

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Related Work: The Half Pay Officers Author(s): Charles Molloy

Afterpiece Title: Hob's Wedding

Dance: As17200111

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Half Pay Officers

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Related Work: The Half Pay Officers Author(s): Charles Molloy

Afterpiece Title: Hob's Wedding

Dance: As17200111

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Half Pay Officers

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Related Work: The Half Pay Officers Author(s): Charles Molloy

Afterpiece Title: Hob's Wedding

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Executed; or, The Farmer Disappointed

Dance: delaGarde's Two Sons , being the first Time of their Appearance on the Stage this Season

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Half Pay Officers

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Related Work: The Half Pay Officers Author(s): Charles Molloy

Afterpiece Title: Hob's Wedding

Dance: As17200111

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Half Pay Officers

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Related Work: The Half Pay Officers Author(s): Charles Molloy

Afterpiece Title: Hob's Wedding

Dance: As17200111

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Half Pay Officers

Cast
Role: Culverin Actor: Wells
Role: Bellair Actor: Lacy
Role: Fluellin Actor: Jones
Role: Mackmorris Actor: Hallam
Role: Loadum Actor: Mullart
Role: Meagre Actor: Reynolds
Role: Jasper Actor: Wells Jr
Role: Sharp Actor: Marshall
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Jones, her first appearance on this stage
Role: Lady Rich Actor: Mrs Clarke
Role: Benedict Actor: Mrs Sparling
Role: Jane Actor: Mrs Mullart.
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Related Work: The Half Pay Officers Author(s): Charles Molloy

Afterpiece Title: Flora

Cast
Role: Hob Actor: Jones
Role: With a New Prologue Actor: Miss Jones
Role: a New Epilogue Actor: Wells.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Coquet

Related Works
Related Work: The Coquet: or, The English Chevalier Author(s): Charles Molloy

Entertainment: Singing-Miss Catley; Musical Imitations-Bannister; With Horns and with Hounds-Mrs Thompson

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Coquet

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Related Work: The Coquet: or, The English Chevalier Author(s): Charles Molloy

Entertainment: As17710808

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Coquet

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Related Work: The Coquet: or, The English Chevalier Author(s): Charles Molloy

Entertainment: Medley Cantata-Reinhold; Musical Imitations-Bannister; Singing With Horns and With Hounds, The Soldier Tir'd the favourite song in Comus,-Miss Catley; Sweet Echo-Miss Catley the echo by, a young Gentleman

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Coquet

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Related Work: The Coquet: or, The English Chevalier Author(s): Charles Molloy

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Coquet

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Event Comment: The Duke's Company. The date of the first performance is not known, but Downes (Roscius Anglicanus, p. 32) states: The first new Play Acted there, was King Charles the VIII. of France; it was all new Cloath'd, yet lasted but 6 Days together, but 'twas Acted now and then afterwards. Two songs for this play, Too justly alas, set by James Hart, and O love if e'er thou'lt ease a heart, set by Pelham Humphrey, are in Choice Songs and Ayres, First Book, 1673

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The History Of Charles The Eighth Of France; Or, The Invasion Of Naples Of The French

Performance Comment: Edition of 1672: The Prologue-; Alphonso-Metbourn; Ferdinand-Harris; Prince of Salerne-Smith; Ascanio-Young; Trivultio-Sandford; Gonsalvo-Burford; Ghost-Cademan; Charles the Eighth-Batterton; Lewis-Crosby; Mompensier-Norris; Isabella-Mrs Batterton; Cornelia-Mrs Slaughter; Irene-Mrs Shadwell; Julia-Mrs Dixon; Epilogue-.
Cast
Role: The Prologue Actor:
Role: Alphonso Actor: Metbourn
Role: Ferdinand Actor: Harris
Role: Prince of Salerne Actor: Smith
Role: Ascanio Actor: Young
Role: Trivultio Actor: Sandford
Role: Gonsalvo Actor: Burford
Role: Ghost Actor: Cademan
Role: Charles the Eighth Actor: Batterton
Role: Lewis Actor: Crosby
Role: Mompensier Actor: Norris
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Batterton
Role: Cornelia Actor: Mrs Slaughter
Role: Irene Actor: Mrs Shadwell
Role: Julia Actor: Mrs Dixon
Role: Epilogue Actor: .

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Fair Quaker Of Deal

Performance Comment: Flip-Leigh; Mizen-Powell; Worthy-Thurmond; Sir Charles-Husband; Easy-Cory; Rovewell-Shepard; Indent-Bullock Jr; Cribbige-Elrington; Coxen-Norris; Locker-Spiller; Arabella-Mrs Baker; Dorcas-Mrs Shepard; Belinda-Mrs Kent; Jenny-Mrs Spillar; Jiltup-Mrs Sapsford.
Cast
Role: Flip Actor: Leigh
Role: Mizen Actor: Powell
Role: Worthy Actor: Thurmond
Role: Sir Charles Actor: Husband
Role: Easy Actor: Cory
Role: Rovewell Actor: Shepard
Role: Indent Actor: Bullock Jr
Role: Cribbige Actor: Elrington
Role: Coxen Actor: Norris
Role: Locker Actor: Spiller
Role: Arabella Actor: Mrs Baker
Role: Dorcas Actor: Mrs Shepard
Role: Belinda Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Spillar
Role: Jiltup Actor: Mrs Sapsford.
Related Works
Related Work: The Fair Quaker of Deal, or, The Humours of the Navy Author(s): Charles Shadwell

Dance: As17100708

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Fair Quaker Of Deal

Performance Comment: As17200121, but Sir Charles-_; Cribbidge-_; Scruple-_; Easy-_; Indent-_; Jenny-Mrs Gulick.
Cast
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Gulick.
Role: Easy Actor: Egleton
Role: Indent Actor: Boheme
Role: Dorcas Actor: Miss Stone.
Role: Flip Actor: Spiller
Role: Mizen Actor: Pack
Role: Worthy Actor: Ryan
Role: Sir Charles Actor: Diggs
Role: Rovewell Actor: C. Bullock
Role: Cribbidge Actor: Ogden
Role: Scruple Actor: Griffin
Role: Arabella Actor: Mrs Bullock
Role: Belinda Actor: Mrs Robertson
Related Works
Related Work: The Fair Quaker of Deal, or, The Humours of the Navy Author(s): Charles Shadwell

Dance: As17200326 The Italian Shadows-

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Fair Quaker Of Deal

Performance Comment: Mizen-Miller; Cockswain-Norris; Sir Charles-Walker; Worthy-Wilks Jr; Rovewell-Williams; Cribidge-Mills; Easy-Cory; Indent-Oates; Flip-Shepherd; Scruple-Boman; Arabella-Mrs Willis Jr; Dorcas-Mrs Rogeir; Belinda-Mrs Moore; Jiltup-Mrs Markham; Jenny-Miss Tenoe; Barmaid-Mrs Baker.
Cast
Role: Mizen Actor: Miller
Role: Cockswain Actor: Norris
Role: Sir Charles Actor: Walker
Role: Worthy Actor: Wilks Jr
Role: Rovewell Actor: Williams
Role: Cribidge Actor: Mills
Role: Easy Actor: Cory
Role: Indent Actor: Oates
Role: Flip Actor: Shepherd
Role: Scruple Actor: Boman
Role: Arabella Actor: Mrs Willis Jr
Role: Dorcas Actor: Mrs Rogeir
Role: Belinda Actor: Mrs Moore
Role: Jiltup Actor: Mrs Markham
Role: Jenny Actor: Miss Tenoe
Role: Barmaid Actor: Mrs Baker.
Related Works
Related Work: The Fair Quaker of Deal, or, The Humours of the Navy Author(s): Charles Shadwell

Dance: As17210704