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Event Comment: The King's Company. This play has generally been assigned to June 1669, partly on the basis of a suit--see Hotson, Commonwealth and Restoration Stage, pp. 252-53, 348-55-over a scene for it which Isaac Fuller, the scene designer, states was finished by 23 June 1669. The suit also states that the play ran for fourteen days, but it is not certain that the theatres played on consecutive days in the summer. The play has been assigned to 24 June 1669 on the basis of a letter from Charles II to Princess Henriette-Anne, dated 24 June [1669]: I am just now going to a new play that I heare very much commended (Cyril Hughes Hartmann, Charles II and Madame [London, 1934], p. 259). Elizabeth Cottington to Herbert Aston, ca. May 1669: Wee ar in expectation still of Mr Draidens play. Ther is a bowld woman [Aphra Behn (?)] hath oferd one: my cosen Aston can give you a better account of her then I can. Some verses I have seen which ar not ill; that is commentation enouf: she will think so too, I believe, when it comes upon the ptage. I shall tremble for the poor woman exposed among the critticks (Arthur Clifford, Tixall Letters [London, 1815], II, 60)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Tyrannic Love; Or, The Royal Martyr

Performance Comment: . Edition of 1670: Prologue-; Maximin-Mohun; Porphyrius-Hart; Charinus-Harris; Placidius-Kynaston; Valerius-Lydall; Albinus-Littlewood; Nigrinus-Beeston; Amariel-Bell; Berenice-Mrs Rebecca? Marshall; Valeria-Mrs Ellen Guyn; St Catharine-Mrs Hughes; Felicia-Mrs Knepp; Erotion-Mrs Uphill; Cydnon-Mrs Eastland; Epilogue-Mrs Ellen [when she was to be carried off Dead by the Bearers; [Downes (Roscius Anglicanus, p. 10) omits some of these roles, adds Damilcar-Mrs James [and lists Mrs Boutel [who later played the role; see the edition of 1695] for St Catharine. The edition of 1686 adds: Apollonius-$Cartwright.
Cast
Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Maximin Actor: Mohun
Role: Porphyrius Actor: Hart
Role: Charinus Actor: Harris
Role: Placidius Actor: Kynaston
Role: Valerius Actor: Lydall
Role: Albinus Actor: Littlewood
Role: Nigrinus Actor: Beeston
Role: Amariel Actor: Bell
Role: Berenice Actor: Mrs Rebecca? Marshall
Role: Valeria Actor: Mrs Ellen Guyn
Role: St Catharine Actor: Mrs Hughes
Role: Felicia Actor: Mrs Knepp
Role: Erotion Actor: Mrs Uphill
Role: Cydnon Actor: Mrs Eastland
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Ellen
Role: adds Damilcar Actor: Mrs James
Role: Apollonius Actor: Cartwright.
Event Comment: Benefit Milward. Mainpiece: Written by the late Mr Hughes. Part of the Stage formed into Side Boxes

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Damascus

Performance Comment: Eumenes-Mills; Caled-Quin; Phocyas-Milward; Abudah-W. Mills; Daran-Cibber; Herbis-Berry; Artamon-Turbutt; Eudocia-Mrs Heron. With a New Prologue to his [Hughes'] Memory .Hughes'] Memory .
Cast
Role: Eumenes Actor: Mills
Role: Caled Actor: Quin
Role: Phocyas Actor: Milward
Role: Abudah Actor: W. Mills
Role: Daran Actor: Cibber
Role: Herbis Actor: Berry
Role: Artamon Actor: Turbutt
Role: Eudocia Actor: Mrs Heron. With a New Prologue to his
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Related Work: The Siege of Damascus Author(s): John Hughes

Afterpiece Title: The Intriguing Chambermaid

Cast
Role: Valentine Actor: Salway
Role: Buff Actor: Macklin
Role: Rakeit Actor: Oates
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Charlot Actor: Mrs Cantrel

Dance: Amorous Swain and Rival Nymphs, as17350310 Minuet (in Modern Habits) by Denoyer and Mrs Walter

Event Comment: Benefit Hughes. At 4 p.m

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Concert

Music: Vocal and Instrumental Music-; particularly a Song-[Hughes] [before Her Majesty, in Congratulation of Her Majesty's Happy Accession to the Crown; [Also several Entertainments-Mr Dean, Signior Francisco; [And three New Songs [never perform'd anywhere-Mr Hughs; [And that much celebrated Song for the Trumpet[, perform'd originally-Mr Pate [in The Island Princess, beginning Rouse ye Gods of the Main; [Also a Sonata for two Trumpets-; [and positively there will be perform'd an Extraordinary Entertainment on the Arch/Lutes-an Eminent Master [who never perform'd there before; accompanied-Mr Dean, others

Event Comment: [By John Hughes.] Never Acted before. The Orphan Reviv'd or Powell's Weekly Journal, 20 Feb.: On Wednesday last, the Ingenious Mr John Hughes, Author of the Tragedy call'd the Siege of Damascus, died without seeing it acted

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Damascus

Cast
Role: Eumenes Actor: Wilks
Role: Eudocia Actor: Mrs Porter
Role: Herbis Actor: Williams
Role: Phocyas Actor: Booth
Role: Artamon Actor: Wm. Mills
Role: Caled Actor: Mills
Role: Abudah Actor: Thurmond
Role: Daran Actor: Walker
Role: Prologue Actor: Mills
Role: Epilogue Actor: Wilks.
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Event Comment: [Text by John Hughes. Music by John Galliard.] Never Performed before. Admission as 24 Nov. 1711, but Benches in the Pit rail'd in at the Price of the Boxes. At 6 p.m

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Calypso And Telemachus

Cast
Role: Calypso Actor: Signora Margarita
Role: Eucharis Actor: Signora Manina
Role: Telemachus Actor: Mrs Barbier
Role: Mentor Actor: Mrs Pearson
Role: Proteus Actor: Leveridge.
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Event Comment: Afterpiece: [By John Hughes.] A New Musical Masque, perform'd all in English. At the Desire of several Ladies of Quality. Mainpiece: Written by Sir Richard Steele

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Tender Husband

Afterpiece Title: Apollo and Daphne

Cast
Role: Apollo Actor: Mrs Margarita
Role: Daphne Actor: Mrs Barbier
Role: Peneus Actor: Turner
Role: Doris Actor: Mrs Willis.
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Dance: As17151122

Event Comment: [Music by Galliard. Text by Hughes. Performed in English.] Receipts: #99 2s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Calypso And Telemachus

Cast
Role: Calypso Actor: Mrs Aubert
Role: Eucharis Actor: Mrs Fletcher
Role: Telemachus Actor: Mrs Barbier
Role: Mentor Actor: Mrs deL'Epine
Role: Proteus Actor: Leveridge.
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Event Comment: Written by the late John Hughes

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Damascus

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Event Comment: Benefit Quin. Not Acted these Twelve Years. Written by the late Mr Hughes. Receipts: money #116 7s.; tickets #102 13s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Damascus

Cast
Role: Phocyas Actor: Ryan
Role: Caled Actor: Quin
Role: Eumenes Actor: Milward
Role: Eudocia Actor: Mrs Younger
Role: With a New Prologue to the Memory of the Author Actor: .
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Dance: TTambourine-Miss Rogers; La Fette Ramsii-Nivelon, Mrs Laguerre

Song: new Dialogue-Leveridge, Mrs Wright

Event Comment: Written by the late Mr Hughes. Receipts: #103 14s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Damascus

Cast
Role: Phocyas Actor: Ryan
Role: Caled Actor: Quin
Role: Eumenes Actor: Milward
Role: Eudocia Actor: Mrs Younger
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Dance: TTambourine-Mrs Rogers; La Follett s'est Ravisee-Nivelon, Mrs Laguerre

Song: As17330315

Event Comment: Benefit Neale and Mrs Vincent. At the Desire of several Persons of Quality. Mainpiece: Written by the late Mr Hughes. Receipts: money #28 15s. 6d.; tickets #85 16s. Tickets at Neale's, a Silk Dyer, in David Street, near Grosvenor Square

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Damascus

Cast
Role: Phocyas Actor: Ryan
Role: Caled Actor: Quin
Role: Eumenes Actor: Milward
Role: Eudocia Actor: Mrs Younger
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Afterpiece Title: The Stage Coach

Performance Comment: As17330329 but New Prologue written to the Memory of the Author (Hughes)-.

Dance: TTambourine-Miss Rogers; Scottish Dance-Glover, DuPre, Pelling, Delagarde, Mrs Ogden

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Written by the late J. Hughes, Esq. [For Occasional Prompter XVI, see Daily Journal, 14 Jan.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Damascus

Cast
Role: Caled Actor: Quin
Role: Eumenes Actor: Berry
Role: Phocyas Actor: Milward
Role: Abudah Actor: Mills
Role: Daran Actor: Cibber
Role: Herbis Actor: Turbutt
Role: Artamon Actor: Este
Role: Sergius Actor: Winstone
Role: Eudocia Actor: Mrs Cibber.
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Song: II: Son Priginiero-Miss Cecilia Young; IV: Would You Gain the Tender Creature-Miss Young

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Written by the late $J. Hughes, Esq.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Damascus

Cast
Role: Caled Actor: Quin
Role: Eumenes Actor: Berry
Role: Phocyas Actor: Milward
Role: Abudah Actor: Mills
Role: Daran Actor: Cibber
Role: Herbis Actor: Turbutt
Role: Artamon Actor: Este
Role: Sergius Actor: Winstone
Role: Eudocia Actor: Mrs Cibber.
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Song: II: La Nuvoletta, an Italian Ballad.-Miss Young; IV: Wou'd you gain the Tender Creature-Miss Young

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Written by the late $J. Hughes, Esq.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Damascus

Cast
Role: Caled Actor: Quin
Role: Eumenes Actor: Berry
Role: Phocyas Actor: Milward
Role: Abudah Actor: Mills
Role: Daran Actor: Cibber
Role: Herbis Actor: Turbutt
Role: Artamon Actor: Este
Role: Sergius Actor: Winstone
Role: Eudocia Actor: Mrs Cibber.
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Afterpiece Title: The Fall of Phaeton

Cast
Role: Ballet Actor: Mlle _Roland.
Role: Ballet Actor: Denoyer, Mlle Roland.
Role: Ethiopian Actor: Muilment.
Role: Phaebus Actor: Hill
Role: Phaeton Actor: Green
Role: Mercury Actor: Stoppelaer
Role: Clymene Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Turk Actor: Thurmond
Role: Harlequin Actor: Philips
Role: Morocco Servant Actor: Macklin
Role: Colombine Actor: Miss Mann
Role: Harlequin's Good Genius Actor: Miss Cole

Song: II: La Nuvoletta-Miss Cecilia Young; IV: Wou'd you gain the Tender Creature-Miss Cecilia Young

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Written by the late J. Hughes, Esq. Afterpiece: a New Dramatick Tale. Written by the Author of the Toy Shop [R. Dodsley]

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Damascus

Cast
Role: Caled Actor: Quin
Role: Eumenes Actor: Berry
Role: Phocyas Actor: Milward
Role: Abudah Actor: Mills
Role: Daran Actor: Cibber
Role: Herbis Actor: Turbutt
Role: Artamon Actor: Este
Role: Sergius Actor: Winstone
Role: Eudocia Actor: Mrs Cibber.
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Afterpiece Title: The King and the Miller of Mansfield

Cast
Role: King Actor: Cibber
Role: Miller Actor: Miller
Role: Lord Lurewell Actor: Este
Role: Richard Actor: Berry
Role: Joe Actor: Stoppelaer
Role: Peggy Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Margery Actor: Mrs Bennet
Role: Kate Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Courtiers Actor: Winstone, Cross, Hill
Role: Foresters Actor: Turbutt, Leigh, Marshall.

Dance: I: Tambourine-Mlle Roland; III: Muilment; V: Ballet-Denoyer

Event Comment: Benefit the Daughter of the late Mr Mills. Mainpiece: Written by the late $J. Hughes, Esq.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Damascus

Cast
Role: Caled Actor: Quin
Role: Eumenes Actor: Berry
Role: Phocyas Actor: Milward
Role: Abudah Actor: Mills
Role: Daran Actor: Cibber
Role: Herbis Actor: Turbutt
Role: Artamon Actor: Este
Role: Sergius Actor: Winstone
Role: Eudocia Actor: Mrs Cibber.
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Afterpiece Title: The Virgin Unmask'd

Cast
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Goodwill Actor: Shepard
Role: Blister Actor: Harper
Role: Quaver Actor: Stoppelaer
Role: Wormwood Actor: Cross
Role: Coupee Actor: Este
Role: Thomas Actor: Raftor.

Dance: EEnglish Maggot-Villeneuve, Mrs Walter; Drunken Peasant-Philips; Russian Sailor-Denoyer

Event Comment: By Desire. Mainpiece: Written by the late J. Hughes, Esq. London Evening Post, 28 Jan.: It's remarkable that the new Comedy call'd The Nest of Plays...and the new Farce call'd The Coffee House...and which are the two first that have been perform'd since the Act of Parliament took Place, obliging all Plays, Farces, &c. to be licens'd before play'd, were both damn'd by the Town

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Damascus

Cast
Role: Phocyas Actor: Milward
Role: Caled Actor: Quin
Role: Eumenes Actor: Wright
Role: Abudah Actor: Mills
Role: Eudocia Actor: Mrs Cibber.
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Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Grand Volgi

Music: Select Pieces-

Dance: I: Flanderkins, as17380120 II: Drunken Peasant-Philips; III: Grand Polish Dance-Haughton, Mrs Walter, Liviez, Pelling, Vallois, Rector, Mrs Thompson, Mrs Pelling, Mrs Woodward, Miss Brett

Event Comment: By Desire. Mainpiece: Written by the late J. Hughes, Esq

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Damascus

Cast
Role: Phocyas Actor: Milward
Role: Caled Actor: Quin
Role: Eumenes Actor: Wright
Role: Abudah Actor: Mills
Role: Herbis Actor: Turbutt
Role: Daran Actor: Havard
Role: Artamon Actor: Cross
Role: Eudocia Actor: Mrs Giffard.
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Afterpiece Title: The Virgin Unmasked; or, An Old Man Taught Wisdom

Cast
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Goodwill Actor: Turbutt
Role: Quaver Actor: Beard
Role: Blister Actor: Harper
Role: Coupee Actor: Macklin
Role: Thomas Actor: Raftor.
Event Comment: A Free Benefit for Ryan. Mainpiece: Not acted these 4 years. [See 3 April 1756.] Written by the late Mr Hughes. [For Afterpiece, see note.] Receipts: Door, #87 7s. Tickets #121 17s. (boxes 267; pit 286; gallery 122). (Account Book). [Ryan had advertised his benefit on 15 March to be The Siege of Damascus and a new Dramatic Satire called The Anniversary, being a Sequel to Lethe. On 16 March the following letter appeared in the Public Advertiser: "Upon reading Ryan's advertisement of a New Dramatic Satire, I was extremely pleas'd with a Description of the motive that occasioned it. He being last week at dinner with a set of particular friends, they inquired what Play and Farce he had chose this year for his Benefit. He inform'd them the Siege of Damascus and Lethe. Lethe, replied a Gentleman is very pleasing, but your friends have seen it, and you must fall into the fashion of having a new additional Scene; for a little bit of novelty may give assistance to its merit, and prove to your advantage. Why, then, said a facetious Gentleman, who sat very near him, Pray sir, do you write him one; 'twill cost you little trouble, and, you know, you are very capable. No more capable than yourself, Good Sir, answered the other; but to show I am full as willing, if you'll attempt to please his friends with one, upon my word I'll use my best endeavor to do the same, in writing of another. We need not fear Severity, for none will blame a friendly inclination to serve a man, who, I believe everyone wishes well. "Twas agreed, but Ryan judiciously observed, 'twould be a shame that two Gentlemen, each capable of writing to give an audience satisfaction, should condescend to make mere Lacqueys of their pens, and send them forth to hold the tail of Lethe; therefore if they should once begin, let them each write only one Hour longer, and they might raise a Structure of their own. They kindly undertook it, and in a Week sent him the piece he has now advertised."

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Damascus

Cast
Role: Phocyas Actor: Barry
Role: Eumenes Actor: Ryan
Role: Herbis Actor: Gibson
Role: Caled Actor: Sparks
Role: Abudah Actor: Ridout
Role: Daran Actor: Anderson
Role: Eudocia Actor: Mrs Bellamy.
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Afterpiece Title: The Anniversary : Being a Sequel to Lethe

Dance: SSicilian Peasants, as17571217; Fingalian Dance, by Desire, as17571013

Event Comment: The first entertainment a Serenata written by the late celebrated Mr Hughes. Music entirely new compos'd by Hook. The second a Burletta [by Lady Dorothea Dubois] in 2 Acts. Benefit for Hook

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Apollo And Daphne

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Afterpiece Title: The Divorce

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Never Acted before. [By John Hewitt.] Preface to edition of 1737: This Comedy made it's Appearance under many Disadvantages:...It was read for the first Time to the Performers, Tuesday the 15th, and acted Monday the 21st. Mrs Giffard, who had been Ill the Whole Season, undertook the Character of Lady Betty Manly, but finding herself indisposed, returned the Part on Thursday Evening. It was then given to Mrs Hamilton, who on Saturday about one in the Afternoon declared she could not do it unless it was cut, which the Nature of that Part not admitting, there was a Necessity to ask the Favour of Miss Hughes to undertake it, who with a great deal of good Nature, studied and played it perfect, tho' at so short a Warning

Performances

Mainpiece Title: A Tutor For The Beaus; Or, Love In A Labyrinth

Performance Comment: Parts by Johnson, Wright, Bardin, W. Giffard, Penkethman, Rosco, Woodward, Lyon, Mrs Roberts, Mrs Marshall, Miss Hughes, Mrs M. Giffard, Miss Tollett, Miss Jones; but edition of 1737 lists: Lord Modely-Bardin; Lord Manly-Rosco; Sir Charles Freelove-Johnson; Belville-Wright; Heartly-W. Giffard; Young Manly-Woodward; Blunt-Lyon; Tom-Penkethman; Lady Betty Manly-Miss Hughes; Lady Worthy-Mrs Marshal; Harriot-Mrs Roberts; Finesse-Miss Tollett; Plaitwell-Miss Jones; Pinup-Mrs M. Giffard; Prologue-; Epilogue-.
Cast
Role: Lord Modely Actor: Bardin
Role: Lord Manly Actor: Rosco
Role: Sir Charles Freelove Actor: Johnson
Role: Belville Actor: Wright
Role: Heartly Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Young Manly Actor: Woodward
Role: Blunt Actor: Lyon
Role: Tom Actor: Penkethman
Role: Lady Betty Manly Actor: Miss Hughes
Role: Lady Worthy Actor: Mrs Marshal
Role: Harriot Actor: Mrs Roberts
Role: Finesse Actor: Miss Tollett
Role: Plaitwell Actor: Miss Jones
Role: Pinup Actor: Mrs M. Giffard
Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor: .

Afterpiece Title: Hymen's Triumph

Event Comment: Hughes [see 31 Dec. 1791] to pay for all the Tickets he sends in on this Night above #40. Receipts: #322 (263.10.6; 53.18.0; 4.11.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Cymon

Cast
Role: 920315but Knights Actor: _Duranci, Bourk.
Role: Dorus Actor: Wewitzer.
Role: Fatima Actor: Mrs Goodall.
Role: Merlin Actor: Bannister
Role: Cymon Actor: Kelly
Role: Linco Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Damon Actor: Dignum
Role: Dorilas Actor: Cooke
Role: Cupid Actor: Master Gregson
Role: Daemon of Revenge Actor: Sedgwick
Role: Urganda Actor: Mrs Crouch
Role: Sylvia Actor: Miss Hagley
Role: Phebe Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Daphne Actor: Mrs Bland
Role: Dorcas Actor: Mr Suett
Role: Spirits Actor: Master D'Egville, Miss D'Egville, Miss Gawdry, Miss Edwin
Role: Knights Actor: Duranci
Role: Queen of the Amazons Actor: Miss Blanchet.

Afterpiece Title: The Virgin Unmask'd

Cast
Role: Goodwill Actor: Packer
Role: Thomas Actor: Cooke.
Role: Blister Actor: Suett
Role: Coupee Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Quaver Actor: Dignum
Role: Miss Lucy Actor: Mrs Bland.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Country House

Song: several Songs in Italian and French- The FamousSigniora Joanna Maria; accompany'd-Signior Gasperini; Leveridge, Laroon, Hughes

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Dance: Du/Ruell, Mrs Campion, others

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Concert

Afterpiece Title: Mar`iage a la Mode

Music: The best Masters; several Songs in Italian and English-Mr Pate (having recover'd his Voice); Singing-Leveridge, Hughes; accompanied-Bannister; several of Corelli's Sonatas-Gasperini; accompanied-Dupar

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Dance: As17030123

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Concert

Music: An Ode in Praise of Musick, written by Mr Hughes, and set for variety of Voices and Instruments by Mr Phil. Hart-

Cast
Role: art Actor: .