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Event Comment: 1st piece [1st time; PREL I, by Thomas Holcroft, based on The Covent Garden Tragedy, by Henry Fielding. Larpent MS 1039; not published; synopsis of plot in Morning Herald, 16 Sept.]. "The two Queens are represented by Munden and Fawcett, who are dressed up fantastically, wearing as Crowns Models of the two Theatres" (Morning Chronicle, 16 Sept.). Covent-Garden was crowned with a triangular representation of the Piazza; Drury-Lane with her own Theatre, surmounted by Apollo" (Morning Herald, 16 Sept.). [This was Burton's 1st appearance in London; he was from the Norwich theatre. Miss Cornelys was from the Dublin theatre.] No Money to be returned. Boxes 6s. Second Price 3s. Pit 3s. 6d. Second Price 2s. Gallery 2s. Second Price 1s. Upper Gallery 1s. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Brandon at the Office in Hart-street. The Doors to be opened at 5:30. To begin at 6:30 [see 30 Oct.]. Receipts: #305 1s. 6d. (296.10.6; 8.11.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Rival Queens; Or, Drury-lane And Covent-garden

Performance Comment: Characters by Lewis, Johnstone, Munden, Fawcett, Harley, Powel, Farley, Claremont, Thompson, Mrs Fawcett. Cast from London Chronicle, 16 Sept., and Larpent MS: Tim Half@Price-Lewis; Mr O'Flannagan-Johnstone; Mr Town-Harley; Empress Drury Lane-Mr Fawcett; Queen Covent Garden-Mr Munden; Mrs Town-Mrs Fawcett; unassigned-Powel, Farley, Claremont, Thompson ; they acted the four unassigned parts in Larpent MS: Drury Lane Man, Covent Garden Man, Drury Lane Messenger, Stage Man. they acted the four unassigned parts in Larpent MS: Drury Lane Man, Covent Garden Man, Drury Lane Messenger, Stage Man.

Afterpiece Title: The Suspicious Husband

Cast
Role: Ranger Actor: Lewis
Role: Strickland Actor: Farren
Role: Bellamy Actor: Davies
Role: Jack Meggot Actor: Bernard
Role: Tester Actor: Burton
Role: Buckle Actor: Farley
Role: Ranger's Servant Actor: Cross
Role: Chairmen Actor: Rock, Ledger
Role: Frankly Actor: Holman
Role: Mrs Strickland Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Jacintha Actor: Miss Cornelys
Role: Lucetta Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Milliner Actor: Mrs Lloyd
Role: Landlady Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Clarinda Actor: Mrs Pope.

Afterpiece Title: Sprigs of Laurel

Cast
Role: Lenox Actor: Johnstone
Role: Nipperkin Actor: Munden
Role: Sinclair Actor: Incledon
Role: Major Tactic Actor: Davies
Role: Corporal Squib Actor: Claremont
Role: Cruizer Actor: Powel
Role: George Streamer Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Mary Actor: Mrs Clendining.
Event Comment: The Duke's Company. The play was apparently never published, but the Prologue and Epilogue were printed and have been reprinted in Wiley, Rare Prologues and Epilogues, pp. 43-45. The Epilogue also appeared in Miscellany, Being a Collection of Poems by several Hands, 1685, and has been reprinted in A Little Ark, ed. G. Thorn-Drury, p. 46. The latest date at which the play, with the Prologue and Epilogue, first appeared is 5 April 1682, the date Luttrell placed on his copies (Huntington Library), presumably representing the day on which he acquired them. G. Thorn-Drury, commenting upon the Epilogue, points out that it refers to the trial of Pilkington, one of the Sheriffs of London, ca. 25 March 1681@2. It seems likely, then, that this lost play was presented in March

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Like Father, Like Son; Or, The Mistaken Brothers

Cast
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mr Gevan

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Merry Devil Of Edmunton

Performance Comment: Smug-Clun? (A Most Execrable Murther, ed. G. Thorn-Drury, in A Little Ark, pp. 30&31).
Cast
Role: Smug Actor: Clun?
Role: Thorn Actor:
Event Comment: Betterton's Company. The date of the first performance is not known, but the fact that the play was advertised in the Post Boy, 18-21 Dec. 1697, suggests that the premiere occurred not later than late November. This play was originally given to the company in Drury Lane, but withdrawn. See G. Thorn-Drury, An Unrecorded Play Title, Review of English Studies, VI (1930), 316-18. Edition of 1698: A Dialogue in the fourth Act, between Mr Bowman and Mrs Bracegirdle; The words by Mr Durfey and set by Mr Eccles: When will Stella kind and tendre. A Dialogue in the fifth Act, between a Boy and a Girl, and an Old Man, Written by Mr Motteux, set to the Musick by Mr J. Eccles. Preface: I look upon those that endeavour'd to discountenance this Play as Enemys to me

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Deceiver Deceived

Cast
Role: Meleto Bondi Actor: Betterton
Role: Gonsalvo Actor: Arnold
Role: Count Andrea Actor: Hodgson
Role: Fidelio Actor: Verbruggen
Role: Count Insulls Actor: Bowman
Role: Gervatio Actor: Bowen
Role: Actwell Actor: Trafuse
Role: Hiordouble Actor: Knap
Role: Strechwell Actor: Watson
Role: Olivio Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Ariana Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Lady Temptyouth Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Lucinda Actor: Mrs Prince
Role: Prologue Actor: Mr Bowen
Role: Epilogue Actor: Miss Bradshaw.
Event Comment: Charles II entered London on this day, an event which occasioned several works of a quasi-dramatic nature. One was The Famous Tragedie of the Life and Death of Mrs Rump...As it was presented on a burning Stage at Westminster the 29th of May, 1660. It has a Prologue and Epilogue; the author is not known. A second is An Ode Upon the Happy Return of King Charles II to his Languishing Nations, May 29. 1660. This work, by James Shirley, with music by Dr Coleman, was printed in 1660, and reprinted in A Little Ark, ed. G. Thorn-Drury (1921), pp. 21-23. A third is A True Relation of the Reception of his Majestie and Conducting him through the City of London...on Tuesday the 29 of this instant May, being the Day of his Majesties Birth

Performances

Event Comment: Pepys, Diary: We met with Mr Salisbury, who took Mr Creed and me to the cockpitt to see The Moore of Venice, which was well done. Burt acted the Moore; by the same token, a very pretty lady that sat by me, called out, to see Desdemona smothered. Possibly Clun acted Iago. Pepys (6 Feb. 1668@9) refers to his playing that role, and a reference to Clun as Iago appears in A Most Execrable Murther in A Little Ark, ed. G. Thorn-Drury, pp. 30-31. See also entry of 14 Aug. 1660

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Moore Of Venice

Cast
Role: Othello Actor: Burt
Role: Iago Actor: Clun.
Event Comment: See Herbert, Dramatic Records, p. 116. This was the King's Company (Killigrew's), now removed from the red bull to Gibbons' Tennis Court in Vere Street. Probably Clun acted Falstaff. (See An Elegy Upon the Most Execrable Murther in A Little Ark, ed. G. Thorn-Drury, pp. 30-31.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Henry The Fourthe Part I

Cast
Role: Falstaff Actor: Clun?.
Event Comment: In an edition of Covent Garden Drollery, M. Summers, p. 67, prints an Epilogue, Spoken by the Lady Mary Mordant, before the King and Queen, at court, to the faithfull Shepherdess; Summers includes a letter (p. 121) from Gerrard to Lord Strafford, 9 Jan. 1662@3, concerning a performance of The Faithfull Shepherdess at Court. In another edition of the Covent Garden Drollery (London, 1928), G. Thorn-Drury argues that the performance belongs to Twelfth Night, 1633@4 (pp. 146-47)

Performances

Event Comment: The King's Company. For Mrs Corey as Dol Common, see 27 Dec. 1666. For the murder of Clun, see An Elegy Upon the Most Execrable Murther of Mr Clun (1664), and the reprint in A Little Ark, ed. G. Thorn-Drury, pp. 30-31. Pepys, Diary, 4 Aug.: Clun, one of their [King's] best actors, was, the last night, going out of towne (after he had acted the Alchymist, wherein was one of his best parts that he acts) to his country-house, set upon and murdered; one of the rogues taken, an Irish fellow. It seems most cruelly butchered and bound. The house will have a great miss of him

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Alchymist

Event Comment: Newsletter, 7 April: Last evening their Majesties were diverted with a comedy acted at St James's by the little young ladies of the Court, who appeared extraordinarily glorious and covered with jewels (HMC, Fleming MSS. 12th Report, VII, 70). This may have been a performance of The Faithful Shepherdess which was entered by Richard Boyle, Earl of Burlington, in his diary, 2 April 1670 [error for 6 April (?)]: I saw Lady Mary, daughter of the Duke of York, and many young ladies act the Faithful Shepherdess very finely (Diary, Volume V, in Chatsworth. I owe this entry to Professor Kathleen Lynch). In Covent Garden Drollery, 1672 (ed. G. Thorn-Drury), p. 68, is an Epilogue spoken by the Lady Mary Mordaunt, before the King and Queen at court, to the Faithful Shepherdess. As Lady Mary was then about twelve, this Epilogue seems to confirm the possibility that the play was The Faithful Shepherdess acted by amateurs

Performances

Event Comment: Villiers Bathurst to Arthur Charlett, 28 Jan. 1699@1700: The Wits of all qualities have lately entertained themselves with a reviv 6: went to ye play. I staid there a quarter of an hour (Huntington MS St 26). The Wits of all qualities have lately entertained themselves with a revived humour of Sir John Falstaff in Henry the Fourth, which has drawn all the town, more than any new play that has bin produced of late; which shews that Shakespeare's wit will always last: and the criticks allow that Mr Betterton has hitt the humour of Falstaff better than any that have aimed at it before (G. Thorn-Drury, More Seventeenth Century Allusions to Shakespeare, [London, 1924], p. 48)

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Performances

Mainpiece Title: Honorius

Cast
Role: : Onorio Actor: Senesino
Role: Eucherio Actor: Farinello
Role: Ormonte Actor: Signora Bertolli
Role: Stilicone Actor: Montagnana
Role: Termanzia Actor: Signora Cuzzoni
Role: Placidia Actor: Signora Segatti

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Don Calascione

Dance: Between the Acts: Dancing-

Event Comment: Benefit for Wild, prompter. 1st piece: Illumination, &c. as 18 May. 3rd piece: A short Description of the Scenery, &c. The Hall of Fingal--the Banquet preparatory to the celebration of the Nuptials of Oscar and Malvina. The Mountain of Ben Lomond. The Military Procession of Carrol to the Hall of Fingal. A View of the Sea and Rock from which Oscar escapes, by leaping from a precipice 20 Feet high, into the arms of his Soldiers. A View of the Bridge with the Camp of Carrol. The Death of Carrol by the hands of Malvina, with his Descent into the Sea, and the Burning of the Camp of Carrol. The Music, &c. as 8 Apr. Morning Herald, 18 May: Tickets to be had of Wild, No. 46, Drury-lane. Receipts: #326 0s. 6d. (164.17.6; 11.2.6; tickets: 150.0.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Village Fete

Cast
Role: Sheva Actor: Elliston
Role: Jabel Actor: Knight
Role: Frderic Bertram Actor: Middleton
Role: Sir Stephen Bertram Actor: Hull
Role: Saunders Actor: Powel
Role: Waiter Actor: Curties
Role: Charles Ratcliffe Actor: Holman
Role: Mrs Ratcliffe Actor: Miss Morris
Role: Dorcas Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Mrs Goodison Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Eliza Ratcliffe Actor: Miss Wallis.

Afterpiece Title: The School for Wives

Cast
Role: Mrs Belville Actor: Miss Wallis
Role: Belville Actor: Johnstone
Role: Captain Belville Actor: Incledon
Role: Shield Actor: Incledon
Role: William Actor: Townsend
Role: Rustic Actor: Haymes
Role: Irish Haymaker Actor: Macready
Role: Phoebe Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Dorcas Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Rosina Actor: A Young Lady

Afterpiece Title: Oscar and Malvina

Cast
Role: the Descendant of Fingal Actor: Farley
Role: Fingal Actor: Blurton
Role: the Scottish Chieftain Actor: Follett
Role: Morven Actor: Cranfield
Role: Draco Actor: Simpson
Role: Scotch Pedlar Actor: Townsend
Role: Farmer Actor: Gray
Role: Scotch Lad Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Scotch Lassie Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Daughter to Toscar Actor: Mlle St.Amand.

Song: In: Chorusses, as17970518; End II 2nd piece: The Sea Storm by G. A. Stevens (Cease rude Boreas blust'ring railer)-; End IV: Black Ey'd Susan-Incledon; In 3rd piece: Come every jovial Fellow-Gray, Mrs Martyr, Mrs Mountain; O ever in my bosom live-Mrs Martyr, Mrs Mountain

Entertainment: End 2nd piece: a variety of Imitations-Rees (1st appearance this season [i.e. as imitator])

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Messiah; Alexander's Feast; Grand Selection 0

Music: End Part I: 3rd concerto of Giardini on the violin-G. Ashley; End Part II: concerto on the Piano Forte-Dussek

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Bland. Afterpiece: By permission of the Proprietors of the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. Times, 18 Aug.: Tickets to be had of Mrs Bland, No. 25, King-street, Covent-garden

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Cambro-britons

Afterpiece Title: The Shipwreck

Cast
Role: Selwyn Actor: D'Arcy
Role: Harry Hawser Actor: Wathen
Role: Michael Goto Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Stave Actor: Suett
Role: Dick Actor: Mrs Edward
Role: Angelica Goto Actor: Miss Griffiths
Role: Fanny Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Sally Shamrock Actor: Mrs Bland
Role: There stood Jonas Actor:
Role: Marguerite sic] Actor: Mrs Bland.

Song: End II: (by permission of the Proprietors of the Theatre-Royal Drury-Lane) the favourite song in The Stranger I have a silent sorrow here (The Words by R. B. Sheridan, Esq., the Air by her Grace the Duchess of Devonshire)-Mrs Bland; End: A Musical Elegy on the late Mr Palmer- (composed by The Earl of Abingdon; the words from The Stranger); The United Englishmen-Munden; A favourite song-Mrs Hindmarsh; Little Taffline ; or, The silken sash-Mrs Bland

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Maid Of Kent

Cast
Role: Wm Strongbow Actor: Vernon
Role: George Actor: Dimond
Role: Sealand Actor: J. Bannister
Role: Sir Thomas Actor: Parsons
Role: Brian Actor: Moody
Role: Dr Goodman Actor: Packer
Role: La Poudre Actor: Baddeley
Role: Metre Actor: Waldron
Role: Robert Actor: Griffith
Role: Patty Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Dame Quickset Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Emily Actor: Miss Younge.

Afterpiece Title: Florizel and Perdita

Dance: End: The Taylors, as17740428

Event Comment: At the particular Desire of several Persons of Distinction. Afterpiece: a Ballad Opera of one Act. [By Robert Drury.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Rule A Wife And Have A Wife

Cast
Role: Alonzo Actor: Winstone.
Role: Captain Actor: Giffard
Role: Estifania Actor: Mrs Giffard
Role: Duke Actor: Havard
Role: Juan Actor: Bardin
Role: Sanchio Actor: Jenkins
Role: Leon Actor: Delane
Role: Cacafogo Actor: Hulett
Role: Margaretta Actor: Mrs Haughton
Role: Altea Actor: Mrs Morgan
Role: Old Woman Actor: Norris.

Afterpiece Title: The Mad Captain

Cast
Role: Sir Marvin Maugre Actor: Lyon
Role: Attall Actor: Bardin
Role: Pinch Actor: Morgan
Role: Snip Actor: Penkethman
Role: Master Johnny Actor: Stopelaer
Role: Sly Actor: Hulett
Role: Corporal Actor: Dove
Role: Hillaret Actor: Mrs Hamilton
Role: Mrs Pinch Actor: Mrs Haughton
Role: Mrs Snip Actor: Mrs Williamson
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Roberts.
Related Works
Related Work: The Mad Captain Author(s): Robert Drury
Event Comment: Mainpiece: A New Ballad Opera. [By Robert Drury.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Fancy'd Queen

Cast
Role: Parts Actor: Aston, Muloart, Lyon, Cole, Clarke, Morris, Mrs Cantrell, Miss Norsa, Mrs Vallois, Miss Horsington
Role: Bellamy Actor: Aston
Role: Poltroon Actor: Lyon
Role: Harry Actor: Cole
Role: Honestus Actor: Stevens
Role: Grimbald Actor: Mullart
Role: Fudge Actor: Clarke
Role: Budgett Actor: Giles
Role: Flirtilla Actor: Mrs Cantrell
Role: Aureola Actor: Miss Norsa
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Vallois
Role: Rose Actor: Mrs Horsington
Role: With a New Prologue Actor: .
Related Works
Related Work: The Fancy'd Queen Author(s): Robert Drury

Afterpiece Title: The Stage-Mutineers

Cast
Role: Comic Actor: Hallam.
Role: Pistole Actor: Aston
Role: Mrs Squeamish Actor: Mrs Stevens
Role: Lady Haughty Actor: Mrs Cantrell
Role: 1st Manager Actor: Hale
Role: 2d Manager Actor: Giles
Role: Truncheon Actor: Mullart
Role: Prompter Actor: Clarke
Role: 1st Player Actor: Stevens
Role: Crambo Actor: Cole
Role: Miss Lovemode Actor: Miss Rogers
Role: Miss Prudely Crotchet Actor: Miss Norsa.

Dance: SScotch Dance-Davenport, Miss Baston; Swedish Dal Karle-Delagarde, Mrs Ogden; Irish Trot-Bethen

Event Comment: The King's Company. Pepys, Diary: To the King's playhouse, where two acts were almost done when I come in; and there I sat with my cloak about my face, and saw the remainder of The Mayd's Tragedy; a good play, and well acted, especially by the younger Marshall, who is become a pretty good actor, and is the first play I have seen in either of the houses since before the great plague, they having acted now about fourteen days publickly. But I was in Mighty pain lest I should be seen by any body to be at a play. Elegy on that Worthy and Famous Actor, Mr Charles Hart, who departed this Life Thursday August the 18th., 1683: @Such Pow'r He had o'r the Spectators gain'd,@As forc'd a Real passion from a Feign'd.@For when they saw Amintor bleed, straight all@The House, for every Drop, a Tear let fall;@And when Arbaces wept by sympathy,@A glowing Tide of Wo gush'd from each Eye.@ [Reprinted in Thorn-Drury, A Little Ark, pp. 47ff; Sprague, Beaumont and Fletcher, p.38.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Maid's Tragedy

Cast
Role: Evadne? Actor: Rebecca Marshall
Role: King Actor: Wintersel
Role: Melantius Actor: Mohun
Role: Amintor Actor: Hart
Role: Calianas Actor: Shatterel
Role: Aspatia Actor: Mrs Boutel?
Event Comment: Compos'd by Mr Smith--the Introduction, which was a Dialogue in Prose, between Mr Havard & Yates, Much hiss'd & dislik'd. The Opera had great Applause. Miss Young recover'd (Cross). The Opera never performed before with songs from Shakespear, Dryden, &c. The Music by Mr Smith. [The Bill lists no cast or actors. The cast has been retrieved by Hogan from the 1756 ed. plus the musical score published by J. Walsh. Note some parts were doubled. See "Shakespeare's Tempest at Drury Lane During Garrick's Management", G. W. Stone Jr, Shakespeare Quarterly, Winter 1956.] Receipts: #180 (Cross)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Tempest

Cast
Role: Alonso Actor: Atkins
Role: Prospero Actor: Beard
Role: Antonio Actor: G. Burton
Role: Ferdinand Actor: Curioni
Role: Gonzalo Actor:
Role: Caliban Actor: Champnes
Role: Stephano Actor: Rooker
Role: Ventoso Actor: Abington
Role: Trincalo Actor: Beard
Role: Mustacho Actor: Champness
Role: Ariel Actor: Miss Young
Role: Miranda Actor: Mrs Vernon
Role: With an Introductory Dialogue by way of Actor: .
Event Comment: Among the Instrumental Performers are Messrs Ashley and Sons, Patria, Sarjant, Billington, Mahon, Boyce, Mountain, J. Mahon, the Leanders, Ware, Kaye, Rawlings, Sharp, Lyon, &c. &c. &c. Double Drums by J. Ashley. The Whole under the Direction of Harrison and Ashley. No Money to be returned. Places for the Boxes to be had of Brandon at the Theatre. Boxes 5s. Pit 3s. 1st Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery 1s. The Doors to be opened at 5:30. To begin at 6:30 [same throughout oratorio season]. Books of the Performances, with the Names of the Performers to their respective Songs, to be had at the Theatre, Price Six-pence. And to prevent imposition in the Streets, the Manager's Books are printed with the following Words at the bottom of each Title Page: "Printed by H. Macleish, Duke's-Court, Drury-Lane.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: A Grand Selection 0 Of Sacred Music, From The Works Of Handel

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 1

Event Comment: Oratorio: Written by Milton. Set to Music by Handel. Among the instrumental performers are Messrs Ashley andSons, Patria, Sarjant, Billington, Mahon, Boyce, Mountain, Howard, Lavenu, Simpson, Gwilliam, Purney, Munro, Leander, Kaye, Sharp, Lyon, &c. Double Drums by J. Ashley. The whole under the direction of Harrison and Ashley. At Play-house Prices. No money to be returned. Places for the Boxes to be had of Brandon at the Theatre. The Doors to be opened at 5:30. To begin precisely at 6:30 [same throughout oratorio season]. Boxes 5s. Pit 3s. Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery 1s. Books of the Performance, with the names of the performers to their respective songs, price 6d., may be had at the Theatre, and to prevent imposition in the streets, the Manager's books are printed with the following words at the bottom of each title-page, "Printed by H. Macleish, Duke's court, Drury-Lane.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: L'allegro Ed Il Pensieroso 0

Event Comment: Among the Instrumental Performers are C. Ashley, Patria, Sarjant, Mahon, Boyce, Mountain, Lavenu, Simpson, Gwilliam, Purney, Munro, Leander, Kaye, Sharp, Wood, &c. &c. Double Drums, Bass Trumpets, &c. The whole under the Direction of Ashley. Boxes 6s. Pit 3s. 6d. Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery 1s. No Money to be returned. Places to be had of Brandon at the Box-Office in Hart-Street. The Doors to be opened at 5:30. To begin at 6:30 [same throughout oratorio season]. Books of the Performance, 6d. each, may be had at the Theatre. The Director's Books have these words at the bottom of each Title Page: "Printed by H. Macleish, Recorder Office, Duke's-court, Drury-lane.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: A Grand Selection 0

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 1

Cast
Role: God save the King Actor: Chorus
Role: Overture Actor:
Role: The Dettingen te Deum Actor:
Role: in which Holy Holy Lord Actor: Mme Mara

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 3

Event Comment: Principal Violoncello by C. Ashley. Double Drums by R. Ashley. Trumpets by Sariant, Cantelo, Purney. Among the other Principal Instrumental Performers are Foster, Mahon, Boyce, Flack, Lavenu, John Sharp, Simpson, Gwilliam, Monro, Mich. Sharp, Wood, Warren, Wm. Sharp, Cobham, Cornish, Jenkinson, F. Sharp, Shutze, Lord, Woodham, J. Sharp, Franks, &c. With a Complete Set of Chorus Singers. The Whole under the Direction of Ashley. Boxes 6s. Pit 3s. 6d. Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery 1s. No Money to be returned. The Doors to be opened at 5:30. To begin at 6:30 [same throughout oratorio season]. Places to be had of Brandon at the Box Office in Hart-street. Books of the Performance, 6d. each, may be had at the Theatre. The Directors' Books have these words at the bottom of each title-page: "Printed by H. Madeish, Recorder-Office, Duke's-Court, Drury-lane."

Performances

Mainpiece Title: A Grand Selection Of Sacred Music From The Works Of Handel