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Mainpiece Title: The Richmond Heiress

Performance Comment: And at the Desire of several Persons of Quality, and to Entertain them and others of his Friends, there will be a New Oration by way of Prologue by Mr Durfey-Mr Durfey.
Role: Mr Durfey Actor: Mr Durfey.

Song: Variety of Songs-


Mainpiece Title: Court Gallantry; Or, Marriage A La Mode

Role: Written Actor: D'Urfey

Song: Several New Songs by D'Urfey-

Dance: Mrs Santlow


Mainpiece Title: The Humorous Old Rake; Or, Greenwich Park

Role: Actor: D'Urfey on the Stage.

Song: A very Comical Song about the Humours of the Town-

Event Comment: The date of the premiere is not known, but the fact that the opera was advertized in the Post Man, 14-16 Jan. 1696@7, suggests that it was first acted not later than December 1696. As the title page indicates, the work had been intended for presentation before the Court, but the death of Queen Mary prevented its appearance at Court. A Comparison Between the Two Stages (1702), p. 19: Sullen: But to go on, Cynthia and Endymion. Ramble: What a Pox is that? I never heard on't. Sullen: I believe not; 'tis one of Durfey's Toys. Ramble: Durfey's? what again? 'twas just now we parted with him. Sullen: Ay but Sir, you must know this is an Opera--and as he tells us in the Title-page, design'd t be perform'd at court before the late Queen--there's for you; Durfey in his Altitudes--but notwithstanding the vain and conceited Title-page, 'tis good for nothing within: He's the very Antipodes to all the Poets, Antient and Modern: Other Poets treat the Deities civilly, but Mr Durfey makes the Gods Bullies, and Jilts of the chastest Goddesses. Ramble: So, I suppose that was mawl'd, notwithstanding the Honour which he says the Queen intended it. Sullen: 'Twas well for Durfey her late Majesty never saw it; Gad if she had, People wou'd ha' said, it had first been the cause of her Illness, and then of her Death; for 'tis a mortifying Piece o' my Word; Yes, yes,--it was Damn'd


Mainpiece Title: Cinthia And Endimion; Or, The Loves Of The Deities

Event Comment: The United Company. The date of the first performance is not precisely known, but by 9 May 1693 it had been acted four times (see Dryden's letter, below); on the other hand, the Gentleman's Journal, February 1692@3 (issued in March) had stated that D'Urfey's new farce would not appear until after Easter. Hence, it may well have been the first new play after Passion Week. A dialogue, Behold, the man with that gigantick might, the music by Henry Purcell and sung by Mr Reading and Mrs Ayliff, is in Orpheus Britannicus, 1690. See Purcell's Works, Purcell Society, XXI (1917), viii-x. A dialogue, By these pigsnes eyes that stars do seem, the music by John Eccles and sung by Dogget and Mrs Bracegirdle, is in Joyful Cuckoldom, ca. 1695. Another, Stubborn church division, folly, and ambition, to a Ground of Mr Solomon Eccles, is in Thesaurus Musicus, 1694. And Maiden fresh as a rose, the verse by D'Urfey and sung by Pack, but not printed in the play, is in The Merry Musician, I (1716), 56-57. This last song may have been for a later revival. Gentleman's Journal, April 1693 (issued in May 1693): Since my last we have had a Comedy by Mr Durfey; 'tis called the Richmond Heiress or a Woman once in the right (p. 130). Dryden to Walsh, 9 May 1693: Durfey has brought another farce upon the Stage: but his luck has left him: it was sufferd but foure dayes; and then kickd off for ever. Yet his Second Act, was wonderfully diverting; where the scene was in Bedlam: & Mrs Bracegirdle and Solon [Dogget] were both mad: the Singing was wonderfully good, And the two whom I nam'd, sung better than Redding and Mrs Ayloff, whose trade it was: at least our partiality carryed it for them. The rest was woeful stuff, & concluded with Catcalls; for which the two noble Dukes of Richmond and St@Albans were chief managers (The Letters of John Dryden, pp. 52-53)


Mainpiece Title: The Richmond Heiress; Or, A Woman Once In The Right

Role: Sir Charles Romance Actor: Freeman
Role: Sir Quibble Quere Actor: Bright
Role: Tom Romance Actor: Powel
Role: Dr Guiacum Actor: Sandford
Role: Frederick Actor: Williams
Role: Rice ap Shinken Actor: Bowman
Role: Dick Stockjobb Actor: Underhill
Role: Hotspur Actor: Hudson
Role: Quickwit Actor: Dogget
Role: Cummington Actor: Bowen
Role: Fulvia Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Sophronia Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Mrs Stockjobb Actor: Mrs Bowman
Role: Madam Squeamish Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Marmalette Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Prologue Actor: Mr Dogget
Role: Epilogue Actor: .
Event Comment: The United Company. The exact date of the first production is not known, but the play was entered in the Term Catalogues, February 1691@2, and mentioned in the Gentleman's Journal, February 1691@2 (licensed 12 February 1691@2). In all probability, it was first acted not later than January 1691@2. The music to one song, As soon as the Chaos, was composed by Henry Purcell. See Purcell, Works, Purcell Society, XX (1916), xvii. Two songs--Bonny lad prithee lay thy pipe down, with music by Tollet; Great Jove once made love like a bull, with music by Mountfort--are in The Banquet of Musick, The Sixth and Last Book, 1692. Dedication, Edition of 1692: Having at last so well acquitted it self on the Stage (tho' the thronging, imperfect Action, and worse than all, the faulty length, which I will never be guilty of again, render'd it little Diversion the first day). A Letter to Mr D'Urfey [by Charles Gildon], Edition of 1692: If there be any fault in this Play, 'tis that which few are guilty of; that is, there are too many good Characters, too full of Humour, a very Pardonable failing, which only proceeds from Variety, the life of Pleasure and Wit, tho' that gave it the disadvantage of seeming too long the first days Acting, tho' the Stage's being throng'd with Spectators, did not a little contribute to the imperfect Acting of it, which accidental Misfortunes concurring with the Endeavours of an opposite Faction, must needs have damn'd it, had it not by the Force and Vigour of its own Worthy, rais'd it self the second day with the general Applause of all that saw it....But the Marriage-hater went further, and in spight of all the disadvantages it labour'd under of Action and Audience, pleas'd on, after several times Repetition. See also Poeta Infamis; or, A Poet not worth Hanging (1692) for a variety of comments upon this play. London Mercury, 26 Feb. 1691@2: Query 4. Whether in Justice he [D'Urfey] is not obliged to present Mr Dogget (who acted Solon to so much Advantage) with half the Profit of his Third Day, since in the Opinions of most Persons, the good Success of his Comedy was half owing to that admirable Actor? Query 5. Whether, if there be any Wit in bringing a Person upon the Stage with an extravagantly broad-brimmed Hat, and a Muff of the same Size, so it will not be a very easy Matter for the next Poet that writes a Play, to Out-hat and Out-muff his Predecessors, and consequently to Out-wit him? Downes, Roscius Anglicanus, p. 42: Mr Dogget perform'd the part of Solon Inimitably. Gentleman's Journal, p. 454, February 1691@2 (licensed 12 Feb. 1691@2): I send you the Marriage-hater match'd, a new Comedy by Mr Durfey; it hath met with very good success, having been plaid six days together, and is a diverting Play. Gentleman's Journal, January 1691@2: Now I speak of Music I must tell you that we shall have speedily a new Opera, wherein something very surprising is promised us; Mr Purcel who joyns to the Delicacy and Beauty of the Italian way, the Graces and Gayety of the French, composes the Music, as he hath done for the Prophetess, and the last Opera called King Arthur, which hath been plaid several times the last Month [presumably December 1691]


Mainpiece Title: The Marriage-hater Matched

Role: Brainless Actor: Bowman
Role: Sir Philip Freewit Actor: Monfort
Role: Limber Actor: Sandford
Role: Darewell Actor: Hodson
Role: Myn Here Van Grin Actor: Leigh
Role: Bias Actor: Bright
Role: Solon Actor: Dogget
Role: Callow Actor: Bowen
Role: MacBuffle Actor: Trefuse
Role: Thummum Actor: Smeaton
Role: Splutter Actor: Colly Cibber?
Role: Lady Subtle Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Lady Bumfiddle Actor: Mrs Cory
Role: Phaebe Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Berenice Actor: Mrs Lassels
Role: La Pupsey Actor: Mrs Butler
Role: Margery Actor: Mrs Lawson
Role: speaks Actor: Mr Monford
Role: Epilogue Actor: La Pupsey with her Lapdog in Masquerade.


Mainpiece Title: The Rival Sisters; Or, The Violence Of Love

Role: Mr D'Urfey Actor: Mr Horden
Role: Mr D'Urfey Actor: Mr Verbruggen who enters laughing
Role: Vilarezo Actor: Dizny
Role: Sebastian Actor: Verbruggen
Role: Antonio Actor: Powel Jr
Role: Alonzo Actor: Williams
Role: Vilander Actor: Horden
Role: Gerardo Actor: Johnson
Role: Diego Actor: Tho. Kent
Role: Catalina Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Berinthia Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Alphanta Actor: Miss Cross
Role: Ansilva Actor: Mrs Verbruggen
Role: Julia Actor: Mrs Seagrove
Role: Clara Actor: Mrs Newman.


Mainpiece Title: Madam Fickle; Or, The Witty False One

Role: Prologue Actor: Mr Smith
Role: Epilogue Actor:
Role: Lord Bellamore Actor: Betterton
Role: Manley Actor: Smith
Role: Sir Arthur Oldlove Actor: Sandford
Role: Captain Tilbury Actor: Medbourn
Role: Zechiel Actor: Anthony Leigh
Role: Toby Actor: James Nokes
Role: Old Jollyman Actor: Underhill
Role: Harry Actor: Jevan
Role: Flaile Actor: Richards
Role: Dorrel Actor: Norrice
Role: Madam Fickle Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Constantia Actor: Mrs Barrer
Role: Arbella Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Silvia Actor: Mrs Napper.


Mainpiece Title: The Fool Turn'd Critick

Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor: .


Mainpiece Title: Sir Barnaby Whigg; Or, No Wit Like A Womans

Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Wilding Actor: Clark
Role: Townly Actor: Goodman
Role: Wiseacre Actor: Jermaine
Role: Porpuss Actor: Griffin
Role: Whigg Actor: Powell
Role: Benedick Actor: Perin
Role: Swift Actor: Cosh
Role: Gratiana Actor: Mrs Corbet
Role: Livia Actor: Mrs Cook
Role: Millicent Actor: Mrs Moyle
Role: Winifred Actor: Mrs Percival
Role: Epilogue Actor: a New Actress.


Mainpiece Title: The Injured Princess; Or, The Fatal Wager

Role: The Prologue Actor:
Role: The Epilogue Actor: .


Mainpiece Title: Alphonso King Of Naples

Role: The Prologue Actor: Mr Powell by Mr John Haynes
Role: Alphonso Actor: Bowman
Role: Ferdinand Actor: Powell
Role: Cesario Actor: Mountfort
Role: Tachmas Actor: Hodgson
Role: Vincentio Actor: Bridges
Role: Sigismond Actor: Cibber
Role: Oswell Actor: Freeman
Role: Fabio Actor: Bowen
Role: Attendant Actor: Kirkham
Role: Urania Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Ardelia Actor: Mrs Richardson
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Knight by Mr D'Urfey.


Mainpiece Title: The Volunteers; Or, The Stock-jobbers

Performance Comment: Edition of 1693: A Prologue [by Mr Shadwell and designed to be Spoken, but was lost when the Play was Acted-; The Prologue [by Mr Durfey-Mrs Bracegirdle; The Epilogue-one in deep Mourning; Major General Blunt-Lee; Coll. Hackwell Sr-Dogget; Coll. Hackwell Jr-Powell; Welford-Hodgson; Sir NicholasDainty-Bowman; Sir Timothy Kastril-Bowen; Nickum-Alexander [Verbruggen]; Ding@boy-Freeman; Teresia-Mrs Knight; Eugenia-Mrs Mountford; Winifred-Mrs Rogers; Clara-Mrs Bracegirdle; Mrs Hackwell-Mrs Lee; Stitchum-Penkethman.
Role: was lost when the Play was Acted Actor:
Role: Mr Durfey Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: The Epilogue Actor: one in deep Mourning
Role: Major General Blunt Actor: Lee
Role: Hackwell Sr Actor: Dogget
Role: Hackwell Jr Actor: Powell
Role: Welford Actor: Hodgson
Role: Sir NicholasDainty Actor: Bowman
Role: Sir Timothy Kastril Actor: Bowen
Role: Nickum Actor: Alexander
Role: Ding@boy Actor: Freeman
Role: Teresia Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Eugenia Actor: Mrs Mountford
Role: Winifred Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Clara Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Mrs Hackwell Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Stitchum Actor: Penkethman.
Event Comment: The United Company. According to the Gentleman's Journal, November 1693, this play was revived in the autumn: Mr Durfey's Richmond Heiress has been Revis'd, and Acted several times, with Alterations and Amendments. We are to have this Winter a Play by him call'd Don Quixote


Mainpiece Title: The Richmond Heiress

Event Comment: The United Company. The date of the first production is not known, but Part II seems to have followed rather closely upon Part I. The Gentleman's Journal, June 1694 (which apparently appeared in mid-June) states: The first Part of Mr Durfey's Don Quixote was so well received, that we have had a second Part of that Comical History acted lately, which doubtless must be thought as entertaining as the first; since in this hot season it could bring such a numerous audience (p. 170). The Songs were advertised in the London Gazette, 5 July 1694, and Part II advertised in the same periodical 19-23 July 1694. The songs as listed in the separately printed Songs are as follows: Genius of England, the music by Henry Purcell, sung by Freeman and Mrs Cibber. I burn, I burn, the music by John Eccles, sung by Mrs Bracegirdle. Since times are so bad, the music by Henry Purcell, sung by Reading and Mrs Ayliff. Damon, let a friend, the music by Pack, sung by Mrs Hudson. Ye nymphs and sylvan gods, the music by John Eccles sung by Mrs Ayliff. If you will love me, composer and singer not named. In addition, Thesaurus Musicus, 1695, published Lads and lasses, blithe and gay, the music by Henry Purcell, sung by Mrs Hudson. Purcell also wrote the music for other songs for which the singer is not known. Preface, edition of 1694: The good success, which both the Parts of Don Quixote have had, either from their Natural Merit, or the Indulgence of my Friends, or both, ought sufficiently to satisfie me, that I have no reason to value tne little Malice of some weak Heads, that make it their business to be simply Criticizing....I think I have given some additional Diversion in the Continuance of the character of Marcella, which is wholly new in this Part, and my own Invention, the design finishing with more pleasure to the Audience by punishing that coy Creature by an extravagant Passion here, that was so inexorable and cruel in the first Part, and ending with a Song so incomparably well sung, and acted by Mrs Bracegirdle, that the most envious do allow, as well as the most ingenious affirm, that 'tis the best of that kind ever done before....I deserve some acknowledgment for drawing that Character of Mary the Buxom, which was intirely my own, making the Character humorous, and the extraordinary well acting of Mrs Verbruggen, it is by the best Judges allowed a Masterpiece of humour


Mainpiece Title: The Comical History Of Don Quixote, Part Ii

Role: Prologue Actor: Mr Powel
Role: Epilogue Actor: Sancho, Mary the Buxome
Role: Duke Richardo Actor: Cibber
Role: Cardenio Actor: Bowman
Role: Ambrosio Actor: Verbruggen
Role: Don Quixot Actor: Boen
Role: Manuel Actor: Powel
Role: Pedro Rezio Actor: Freeman
Role: Bernardo Actor: Trefuse
Role: Diego Actor: Harris
Role: Page to the Duke Actor: Lee
Role: Sancho Pancha Actor: Underhil
Role: Dutchess Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Luscinda Actor: Mrs Bowman
Role: Dulcinea del Toboso Actor: Lee
Role: Marcella Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Don Rodriguez Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Teresa Pancha Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Mary Actor: Mrs Verbruggen.
Event Comment: Betterton's Company. Flying Post, 2-4 July 1700: At the Request, and for the Entertainment of several Persons of Quality, at the New Theatre in Lincolns-Inn-Fields, to Morrow, being Friday, the 5th of this instant July, will be acted, The Comical History of Don Quixote, both Parts being made into one by the Author. With a new Entry by the little Boy, being his last time of Dancing before he goes to France: Also Mrs Elford's new Entry, never performed but once; and Miss Evan's Jigg and Irish Dance: With several new Comical Dances, compos'd and perform'd by Monsieur L'Sac and others. Together with a new Pastoral Dialogue, by Mr George and Mrs Haynes; and variety of other Singing. It being for the Benefit of a Gentleman in great distress; and for the Relief of his Wife and Three Children. Downes, Roscius Anglicanus, p. 45: Don Quixote, both Parts made into one, by Mr Durfey, Mrs Bracegirdle Acting, and her excellent Singing in't; the Play in general being well Perform'd tis little Inferior to any of the preceding Comedies


Mainpiece Title: The Comical History Of Don Quixote


Mainpiece Title: The Bath; Or, The Western Lass

Role: Lord Lovechace Actor: Griffin
Role: Sir Oliver Oldgame Actor: Norris
Role: Sir Carolus Codshead Actor: Johnson
Role: Collonel Philip Actor: Mills
Role: Charles Actor: Pinkiman
Role: Harry Actor: Bullock
Role: Crab Actor: Cibber
Role: Lydia Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Sophronia Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Delia Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Gillian Actor: Mrs Verbruggen
Role: Combrush Actor: Mrs Moor
Role: Dearnwell Actor: Mrs Stephens
Role: Sisse Actor: Mrs Baker
Role: Prologue Actor: Cibber
Role: being a Satyr upon May Actor: Fair,-Pinkeman.
Role: Fair, Actor: Pinkeman.


Mainpiece Title: The Modern Prophets; Or, New Wit For A Husband

Role: Lord Noble Actor: Powell
Role: Sir Charles Courtly Actor: Mills
Role: Squire Whimsey Actor: Norris
Role: Ned Whimsey Actor: Booth
Role: Zekiel Magus Actor: Johnson
Role: Father Marrogn Actor: Boen
Role: Scire Facias Actor: Cary
Role: Limbeck Actor: Bullock
Role: Sal Magottile Actor: Fairbank
Role: Solid Actor: Birket
Role: Cub Deviling Actor: Pack
Role: Fidelia Actor: Mrs Porter
Role: Clora Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Bicknel
Role: Kate Spunge Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Mrs Guiacum Actor: Mrs Willis
Role: Prologue Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Bicknell, Mrs Porter.


Mainpiece Title: The Modern Prophets

Role: Lord Noble Actor: Powell
Role: Sir Charles Courtly Actor: Mills
Role: Squire Whimsey Actor: Norris
Role: Ned Whimsey Actor: Booth
Role: Zekiel Magus Actor: Johnson
Role: Father Marrogn Actor: Boen
Role: Scire Facias Actor: Cary
Role: Limbeck Actor: Bullock
Role: Sal Magottile Actor: Fairbank
Role: Solid Actor: Birket
Role: Cub Deviling Actor: Pack
Role: Fidelia Actor: Mrs Porter
Role: Clora Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Bicknel
Role: Kate Spunge Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Mrs Guiacum Actor: Mrs Willis

Song: With a New Song by the Author, on the ensuing Campaign, for the Entertainment of his Friends-


Mainpiece Title: A Fond Husband; Or, The Plotting Sisters



Event Comment: Benefit J. Roberts, Yates, Mrs Mullart. Written by Mr Durfey. [Tickets for Mrs Marshall and Miss Ferguson also taken.


Mainpiece Title: The Comical History Of Don Quixote

Role: Quixote Actor: Roberts
Role: Sancho Pancha Actor: Mullart
Role: Duke Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Ambrosio Actor: Walker
Role: Dutchess Actor: Mrs Kilby
Role: Marcella Actor: Mrs Templer
Role: Gardiner Actor: Penkethman
Role: Taylor Actor: James
Role: Bernardo Actor: Hippisley
Role: Cardenio Actor: Hale
Role: Manuel Actor: A. Ryan
Role: Pedro Actor: Arthur
Role: Diego Actor: Stevens
Role: Page Actor: Yates
Role: Finisher Actor: Miss Ferguson
Role: Cryer Actor: Marten
Role: Lucinda Actor: Mrs Vincent
Role: Rodriquez Actor: Mrs Marshall
Role: Ricotta Actor: Miss Dancy
Role: Flora Actor: Miss Brunette
Role: Teresa Actor: Mrs Martin
Role: Ravish'd Woman Actor: Neale
Role: Moll Buxom Actor: Mrs Mullart.

Afterpiece Title: The Dragon of Wantley

Role: Margerinia Actor: Mrs Lampe
Role: Mauxalinda Actor: Miss Young.
Role: More Actor: Salway
Role: Mauxalinda and Margerinia Actor: Two Misses Young
Role: Gubbins Actor: Laguerre
Role: Dragon Actor: Reinhold.

Dance: TTwo Pierrots-Lalauze, Desse; Serious Dance-Villeneuve, Miss Oates; Glover's Grecian Sailors-

Song: With the Original Dialogue,Since Times are so bad by Purcell and-Leveridge, Salway


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

Role: Sir Harry Wildair Actor: Lewis
Role: Beau Clincher Actor: Quick
Role: Young Clincher Actor: Edwin
Role: Alderman Smuggler Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Jubilee Dicky Actor: Stevens
Role: Tim Errand Actor: Fearon
Role: Vizard Actor: Cubitt
Role: Caption Actor: Thompson
Role: Colonel Standard Actor: Wroughton
Role: Angelica Actor: Mrs T. Kennedy
Role: Lady Darling Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Parley Actor: Mrs Wilson
Role: Lady Lurewell Actor: Mrs Bates

Afterpiece Title: Barataria; or, Sancho Turn'd Governor

Role: Sancho Panca Actor: Quick
Role: Duke Actor: Cubitt
Role: Manuel Actor: Bonnor
Role: Pedro Actor: Thompson
Role: Recorder Actor: Booth
Role: Alonzo Actor: Helme
Role: Smuggler Actor: Stevens
Role: Custom House Officer Actor: Bates
Role: Gardener Actor: Jones
Role: Tailor Actor: Kennedy
Role: Cryer Actor: Besford
Role: Thin Man Actor: Newton
Role: Don Quixote Actor: Davies
Role: Lady Tereza Panca Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Spanish Lady Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Duchess Actor: Mrs Poussin
Role: Mary the Buxom Actor: Mrs Wilson.
Role: Big Woman Actor: Miss Brangin, and calls Spanish Lady, Rodriguez.

Dance: As17841201

Monologue: 1785 03 29 Preceding the mainpiece Mother Shipton's Review of the Audience (Written by the late D. Garrick, Esq.) [speaker not listed, but probably Quick]


Mainpiece Title: The Soldier's Fortune; Or, The Witty And Humorous Ladies

Afterpiece Title: Oration

Role: written Actor:

Song: The Best Performers

Dance: the best Performers


Mainpiece Title: The Constant Couple

Song: A New Song written by Mr Durfey, Set and-Mr Leveridge

Dance: Irish Dance-Claxton; five dances (two new)-Devonshire Girl


Mainpiece Title: The Siege Of Memphis; Or, The Ambitious Queen

Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor: .