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Event Comment: [The Interlude (by Isaac Bickerstaffe; Music by Arnold) in Honor of His Danish Majesty. It concludes with a Large Coronet of Flowers and a Garland Dance. Done apparently to speed the departing guest and cement good public relations.] Receipts: #120 19s. 6d. (Account Book)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: A Bold Stroke For A Wife

Afterpiece Title: Orpheus and Eurydice

Performance Comment: As17680923, but Rhodope-Mrs Lampe; Gawky-Quick; Rural Swain-_; Nymph-_. *ucg A+A New Occasional Interlude: The Royal Garland. [Parts by: Mahoon, DuBellamy, Barnshaw, Mrs Baker, Mrs Mattocks Genius of England-Mahon; Old Shepherd-Barnshaw; Young Shepherd-DuBellamy; Calliope-Mrs Baker; Young Shepherdess-Mrs Mattocks (Edition of 1768); [to conclude with a Grand Ballet-Fishar, Sga Manesiere; Chorusses of Shepherds and Shepherdesses-. [See Larpent MS 286 for parts.]See Larpent MS 286 for parts.]
Cast
Role: Nymph Actor: _. ucg A+A New Occasional Interlude: The Royal Garland.
Event Comment: Doors open at 6. Play to Begin exactly at 7. Books of the Interlude to be had at the theatre. Paid for a license for The Royal Garland #1 1s. (Account Book). Receipts: #173 17s. 6d. (Account Book)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: She Wou'd And She Wou'd Not

Afterpiece Title: The Devil to Pay

Performance Comment: Sir John Loverule-DuBellamy; Jobson-Dunstall; Lady Loverule-Mrs Pitt; Nell-Mrs Green. *ucg IInterlude: The Royal Garland. As17681010.
Cast
Role: Nell Actor: Mrs Green. ucg IInterlude: The Royal Garland. As17681010.
Role: Nymph Actor: _. ucg A+A New Occasional Interlude: The Royal Garland.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Old City Manners

Performance Comment: Parts by: Dodd, Baddeley, Parsons, Brereton, Bannister, Hurst, Whitfield, Wright, Wrighten, Griffith, Carpenter, Norris, Garland, Everard, Fawcett, Kear, Legg, Cubitt, etc. Palmer, Miss P. Hopkins, Mrs Whitfield, Miss Platt, Mrs Johnston, Mrs Millidge, Mrs Wrighten. With an Occasional Prologue-King; Touchstone-Baddeley; Quicksilver-Dodd; Sir Petronel Flash-Palmer; Golding-Brereton; Security-Parsons; Bramble-Hurst; Capt. Seagull-Bannister; Fig-Whitfield; Waterman-Wright; Wolf-Wrighten; Holdfast-Griffith; Constable-Carpenter; Servant-Norris; Drawer-Garland; Footman-Everard; Scapethrift-Fawcett; Spendall-Cubitt; Coachman-Kear, Legg; Mildred-Miss P. Hopkins; Winifred-Mrs Whitfield; Sydney-Miss Platt; Mrs Touchstone-Mrs Johnston; Betty-Mrs Millidge; Gertrude-Mrs Wrighten (Genest, V, 481).
Cast
Role: Drawer Actor: Garland

Afterpiece Title: May Day

Dance: The Merry Peasants, as17751018

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Runaway

Afterpiece Title: The Rival Candidates

Performance Comment: As17760209, but Gardners-_Garland, Kear.
Cast
Role: Gardners Actor: _Garland, Kear.

Dance: a Grand Ballet called The Savage Hunters, as17760210, but Blurton

Performances

Mainpiece Title: She Would And She Would Not

Performance Comment: As17751222, but Diego-Waldron; Algauzile-Garland; an Occasional Prologue-_.
Cast
Role: Algauzile Actor: Garland

Afterpiece Title: The Deserter

Dance: End of Play: A Hornpipe-Walker

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry Viii; With The Fall Of Cardinal Wolsey

Performance Comment: King Henry-A Gentleman (from the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh [unidentified]); Duke of Buckingham-Stacy; Duke of Norfolk-Comerford; Duke of Suffolk-Kenny; Earl of Surry-Garland; Cranmer (Archbishop of Canterbury)-Lewis; Gardiner (Bishop of Winchester)-Massey; Lord Sands-Ware of Deptford; Lord Chamberlain-Johnson; Cardinal Campeius (the Pope's Legate)-Sparrow; Cromwell (Gentleman Usher)-W. Smith; Doctor Butts (Physician to the King)-Ward; Cardinal Wolsey-Stokes; Queen Katherine-Miss Reynolds; Anne Bullen-Mrs West; Patience (with a song in character)-Mrs Davies; Dame Prattle-Mrs Ross; Lady of the bed chamber [to Queen Katherine-Miss C. Reynolds.
Cast
Role: Earl of Surry Actor: Garland

Afterpiece Title: Miss Hoyden; or, The Man of Quality

Dance: A Hornpipe-Mrs Marklew

Song: Between Acts: Singing-Mrs Davies

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Mourning Bride

Performance Comment: Osmyn-A Young Gentleman (Pupil to Newton; 1st appearance on any stage [unidentified]); Gonzalez-Lloyd; Garcia-Garland (of Deptford); Selim-Johnson; Perez-Kenny; Alonzo-Dancer; Heli-Smith; King-Comerford; Zara-A Young Lady [unidentified]; Leonora-Miss C. Newton; Almeria (the Mourning Bride)-Miss Reynolds.
Cast
Role: Garcia Actor: Garland

Afterpiece Title: The Life and Death of Harlequin

Afterpiece Title: The Citizen

Performance Comment: Old Philpot-Ware (of Deptford); Young Wilding-Sparks; Old Wilding-Taylor (of Deptford); Dapper-Dancer; Quildrive-Smith; Beaufort-Johnson; Young Philpot-Garland; Maria (with Theatrical Imitations)-Miss Reynolds.
Cast
Role: Young Philpot Actor: Garland

Song: As17760925

Entertainment: Monologue.End 3rd piece: Bucks have at ye all-Master Russell

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Know Your Own Mind

Afterpiece Title: The Medley; or, Harlequin At-All

Performance Comment: Principal Characters-Garland, Rayner, Delpini, Messink, Cushing, Thompson, Stevens, Ledger, Brunsdon, Wewitzer, Jones, Mahon, Baker, Painter, R.? Smith, Miss Matthews, Miss Ross, Mrs White, Sga Tinte.

Dance: Afterpiece: The dances-Aldridge, Dagueville, Miss Valois. [These were danced, as here assigned, in all subsequent Performances.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Caractacus

Afterpiece Title: The Norwood Gypsies

Performance Comment: Principal Characters-Garland, Rayner, Delpini, Messink, Miss Matthews, Miss Cranfield, Mrs Morton, Sga Tinte.[For parts see17800506.]For parts see17800506.]

Dance: In afterpiece: Dagueville, Langrish, Miss Lings, Miss Valois. [These were the same in all subsequent performances.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Matilda

Afterpiece Title: The Blackamoor Wash'd White

Performance Comment: Parts by King, Parsons, Davies, Burton, Legg, Kear, Cubitt, Fawcett, Carpenter, Garland, Vernon, Mrs Siddons, Mrs Bradshaw, and Mrs Wrighten. Jerry-King; Sir Oliver Oddfish-Parsons; Grenville-Davies; Robert-Burton; Frederick-Vernon; Julia-Mrs Siddons; Dame Dowset-Mrs Bradshaw; Lady Oddfish-Mrs Wrightn; Servants-Legg, Kear, Cubitt, Carpenter, Garland (Genest, V, 488).
Cast
Role: Servants Actor: Legg, Kear, Cubitt, Carpenter, Garland

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Runaway

Performance Comment: Parts by: Smith, Bensley, Palmer, Parsons, Aickin, Brereton, Bannister, Fawcett, Carpenter, Everard, Kear, Cubitt, Garland, Yates, Mrs Hopkins, Mrs Wrighten, Mrs Siddons, Miss P. Hopkins, Miss Younge. Hargrave-Smith; Drummond-Bensley; Jarvis-Palmer; Justice-Parsons; Morley-Aickin; Sir Charles Seymour-Brereton; First Hunter-Bannister; Hargrave-Yates; Gentlemen Hunters, Servants-Fawcett, Everard, Carpenter, Kear, Cubitt, Garland; Lady Dinah-Mrs Hopkins; Susan-Mrs Wrighten; Emily-Mrs Siddons; Harriet-Miss P. Hopkins; Bella-Miss Younge; Prologue-Brereton; Epilogue-Miss Younge (Genest, V, 489).

Afterpiece Title: May Day

Event Comment: This being the Last time of Mr G. performing he generously gave the Profits of the Night to the Theatrical Fund, he spoke the Usual prologue & after the play he went forward & address'd the Audience in so pathetic a Manner as draw Tears from the Audience & himself & took his leave of them forever (Hopkins Diary). [Accounts of the farewell address in the Morning Post and in Davies; Life of Garrick.] So Ends the Season 67 different Play 32 different Farce 189 Nights in all (Hopkins Diary). N.B. The profits of this night appropriated to the benefit of the Theatrical Fund: Cash #309 2s.; After Money #2 10s. 6d. Received #311 12s. 6d. Paid #36 5s. 9d. viz: @Renters #8@Supernumeraries & Kettle Drum #2 11s.@Soldiers 14s.@Extra Constables #1 10s. 6d.@Candles, Oyl & Lampmen #3 18s. 6d.@Carpenters Extras #2 1s.@Music Band #7 18s. 9d.@Messrs. Legg, Lauchery, Larivere, Garland & Langlois Salary #1 13s. 4d.@Sundry Doorkeepers & Servants #7 18s. 8d. @#36 5s. 9d.@Rec'd #311 12s. 6d.@Paid #36 5s. 9d.@Remains #275 6s. 9d.@Brought Fd #62 3s. 7d. from 10th May@Total #337 10s. 4d.@ N.B. The above sum of the two Nights for Theatrical Fund-order'd by Mr Garrick this 25th day of June 1776 to be paid into the hands of Mr Hatsell (Treasurer's Book). AFTER SEASON RECEIPTS (Treasurer's Book): 11 June: Rec'd Box office keeper's cash #25; Candles, Oil &c. the 2nd Fund night #7 17s.; From Mr Dodd in Full #21. 24 June: From Sinking Fund (3rd) in full #963 10s.; From Grimaldi on acct #70; From Mrs Smith (singer) in full #31 10s. 2 July: From Public Advertiser for this season #50; Gazetteer ditto #50. 4 July: Their Majesties Acct this season #76; from Mr Harrison one yrs. rent Land tax deducted #37 5s. 5 July: From Mr Parsonage 1 yr. & one quarter rent to Midsummer (tax deducted) #53 15s. 15 July: From Mr Pope 1 yr. & one quarter rent to Mids. Last (taxes deducted) #35 12s. 6d.; Mr Heath 1 yr. and 1!2 Rent to Mids last #15. 19 July: From Mrs Johnston 1 yr. & one quarter rent to Mids. last #7 10s.; Mrs Groath 1!2 year to ditto #1 10s. Mr Percy three quarters Rent to ditto #7 10s.; Mr Waterer five quarters rent to ditto (land tax deducted) #51 7s. 25 July: Sundry forfeits taken up by Evans #38 5s. AFTER SEASON EXPENDITURES (Treasurer's Book): 11 June: Five days salary to sundries at #88 2s. 10d. per diem #440 14s. 2d.; George Garrick in full of #400 #5 13s. 4d.; Slingsby in full of #350 #1 3s. 4d.; Everard on note #10 10s.; Davis on note #21; Mr King to make up #500 in full #32 10s.; Lauchery on note #15 15s.; Mr Page in full of #25 #1 12s. 6d. 28 June: To Lord Walpole for one year's acting season #315; Mr Highly in Full of his building acct #85 19s.; Ditto for 3 yrs. ground rent to the 24th inst. #42. [For explanation of Walpole payment, see Boaden, Garrick Correspondence, II, 155 an involved agreement re an annuity dating from October 1761, now being collected because of new taxes on Carriages, and because Lady Walpole was footsore and would walk nowhere.] 20 June: Adelphi Tavern Bill & Waiters #20 10s. 6d.; Mr Park, chorus 4 nights in full #1 10s.; Mr R. Johnston's property Bills in full #33 1s. 6d. 24 June: Mr D. Garrick in full of #1,300 #235 13s. 2d.; Mr R. Harwood's gratuity #5 5s. 2 July: One yrs. subscription for St George's Hospital for both the managers #10 10s. 5 July: Three quarter's rent pd for Miss Abrahams at Gardners #37 10s. 9 July: Blakes (hatter) #11 15s.; Mrs Chitty (coals) #94 17s.; Hadley & Co., Engine, #12 12s.; Thomson (smith) #6 15s.; Barrow & Co., Oil, #108 13s. 6d.; Ireland (upholsterer) #17 2s. 6d.; Stevens (mason) #42 7s. 6d.; Hewetson (laceman) #9 2s.; Racket (taylor) #16 9s.; Barret (wax chandler) #14 5s.; Waller (hosier) #11 5s. 11 July: Machin, Chorus singer, #6, Bibb (sword cutler) #2 5s.; Gardner (shoemaker) #3 2s.; Marshall (plumber) #4 13s.; Stacey (colourman) #4 17s. 15 July: Daley (sadler) #5 5s.; Scott (copperlace) #25 14s. 6d.; Norfolk (glazier) #3 7s.; Carpue (silk Dyer) #18 13s.; Mrs Carter (scowerer) #1 14s. 6d.; Chettle (timber) #4 6s. 7d.; Pope, for Wiggs, #12 12s.; ditto for 81 extra nights dressing #8 2s.; Mr Preston 69 nights dressing Mr Garrick #5 3s. 6d.; Hatsell (mercer) #47 3s. 16 July: Powney (stationer) #2 10s.; Jennings (glover) #25 17s. 6d.; Prior (turner) #9 5s. 6d; Hopkin's Prompter's bill #13 18s.; Palmer for Sperma. Candles #7 14s.; Kirkman (harpsicord maker) #13 17s. 6d.; Hele (surveyor) #26 10s. 19 July: Mrs Garwood (laundress) #2 12s. 8d.; a Green coat for Mr Garrick #3 3s.; Mr Woods, chorus, 63 nights in full, #15 15s.; Mr French's bills in full #235 3s. 6d. 22 July: Mr Waterer, Black Lyon dinner Bills #56 8s. 6d. 25 July: Mrs Vaughan (haberdasher) #3 18s. 6d.; Cubit (tinman) #2 15s.; Kirk (housekeeper) three quarter's salary to Midummer #30; Victor's gratuity and two weeks salary #35; Evans in lieu of Benefit #42 and 2 weeks salary #3; Mr Westley 2 weeks salary #1 10s. AFTER SEASON COMPUTATION: DRURY LANE 1775-1776: Books closed 25 July 1776. @Total income #37,917 3s. 10d.@Total Expense #33,453 18s. 4d.@Profit #4,463 5s. 6d. divided as follows:@Mr Clutterbuck #1,000@Managers #3,240@ In Victor's hands #223 5s. 6d. [presumably for summer expenses and opening the next season. The Treasurer's Book also mentions a sum of #575 18s. 8d. at Mr Clutterbucks, without indication of its source or contemplated use.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Wonder

Afterpiece Title: The Waterman

Dance: I: The Grand Garland Dance as17760410 but-Slingsby, Sga Crespi, Mrs Sutton

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Drummer

Afterpiece Title: Interlude Hymen

Performance Comment: [a New Occasional Interlude in honor of the marriage of the Princess Royal of England to the Prince of Brunswick (Biographia Dramatica).] As17640121, but New Garland Dance of Nymphs and Shepherds-Grimaldi, Aldridge, Lauchery, Miss Baker.

Afterpiece Title: The Rites of Hecate

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Fair Penitent

Afterpiece Title: The Upholsterer

Performance Comment: Barber-Woodward; Quidnunc-Dunstall; Pamphlet-Shuter; Harriet-Mrs DuBellamy; Termagant-Mrs Green. *ucg IInterlude: The Royal Garland. As17681010.
Cast
Role: Termagant Actor: Mrs Green. ucg IInterlude: The Royal Garland. As17681010.
Role: Nymph Actor: _. ucg A+A New Occasional Interlude: The Royal Garland.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Stratagem

Afterpiece Title: Orpheus and Eurydice

Performance Comment: As17681010 *ucg IInterlude. The Royal Garland. As17681010.
Cast
Role: Nymph Actor: _. ucg A+A New Occasional Interlude: The Royal Garland.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Old City Manners

Cast
Role: Drawer Actor: Garland

Afterpiece Title: Queen Mab

Performance Comment: Parts-Wright, Garland, Grimaldi, Burton, Carpenter, Cubitt, Kear, Griffith, Norris, Mas. Blanchard, Fawcett, Legg, Bannister, Mrs Bradshaw, Mrs Smith, Mrs Sutton.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Alexander The Great; Or, The Rival Queens

Afterpiece Title: The Man of Quality

Performance Comment: Parts- Dodd, Palmer, Parsons, Hurst, Mrs Bradshaw, Mrs Abington,Carpenter, Burton, Waldron, Wright, Griffiths, Garland, Norris, Wrighten, Narr(?); Lord Foppington-Dodd; Young Fashion-Palmer; Lory-Parsons; Sir Tunbelly-Hurst; Miss Hoyden-Mrs Abington; Nurse-Mrs Bradshaw (Genest, V, 493).

Dance: End: The Grand Garland Dance, as17760311

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Rehearsal

Performance Comment: Bayes-King; Johnson-Lamash; Smith-Aickin; Others-Baddeley, Parsons, Moody, Whitfield, Hurst, Fawcett, Waldron, Bransby, Burton, Carpenter, Griffiths, Norris, Garland, Wrighten, Wright, Legg, Messink, Cubitt, Everard, Master Pulley, Mrs W. Palmer, Miss Platt, Mrs Davies; With an Additional Reinforcement of Bayes's New Raised Troops-.

Afterpiece Title: The Election

Afterpiece Title: The Irish Widow

Dance: I: The Irish Fair, as17751003; II: The Sailors Revels, as17751220

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Romeo And Juliet

Performance Comment: Romeo-Brereton; Mercutio-Dodd; Juliet-Miss Hopkins, first time; Tybalt-Farren; Prince-Norris; Paris-Lamash; Apothecary-Waldron; Balthazar-Everard; Friar Lawrence-Packer; Benvolio-Davies; Capulet-Hurst; Peter-Burton; Nurse-Mrs Cross; Lady Capulet-Mrs Johnston; With the Funeral Procession-; the vocal parts-Legg, Kear, Fawcett, Cubitt, Garland, Mrs Scott, Miss Sharpe, Miss Jarratt, Mrs Love; in Act I a Masquerade, Dance-.

Afterpiece Title: The Irish Widow

Dance: I: The Irish Fair, as17751003

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Love, Mrs Cross, and Mrs Millidge. Last time of performing both pieces this season. Afterpiece: By Desire. Tickets delivered for Macbeth, on Monday the 13th, and by Garland, Walker, L'Englois, and Mas. Pulley will be taken. This Benefit was fix'd and advertised for Macbeth on Tuesday the 21st but as Mr G., wanted that day to play himself he gave them the above Play and Farce as a Recompense for their coming later they had a very great House (Hopkins Diary). Rec'd stopages #9 9s. Receipts: #105 6d. Charges: #84. Profits to Mrs Love, Mrs Cross, and Mrs Millidge: #21 6d. (Treasurer's Book)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Runaway

Afterpiece Title: The Jubilee

Dance: A Hornpipe-Walker

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Tamerlane

Afterpiece Title: A Fete

Performance Comment: As17800410, but in Scene III Venus-Mrs Morton; added are: Scenes V, VI, VII. The May-Day Garland; or, Harlequin's Trip to Lisson-Green. Harlequin (with the jump through the tub)-W. Bates; Scene VIII originally Scene VI; Scene IX originally Scene VII. Scene VIII originally Scene VI; Scene IX originally Scene VII.
Cast
Role: The May Actor: Day Garland

Afterpiece Title: The Elders

Song: In: To thee O gentle sleep-Leoni

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Funeral

Afterpiece Title: A Fete

Performance Comment: As17800501, but in Scene IX Attendant Genius-Miss Langrish; added to The May-Day Garland: Colombine-Miss Cranfield; from Scene I: Give round the word dismount-_.

Afterpiece Title: The Elders

Cast
Role: The May Actor: Day Garland

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Raft

Afterpiece Title: The Orphan

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Return

Performance Comment: Principal Pantomime Characters. Harlequin-Bologna Jun.; Sammy Scrip-Simmons; Outre (his Man)-Bologna; Father to Columbine-Hawtin; Clown (his Man)-Follett; The other Pantomime Characters-Goostree Jun., Parsloe, Coombs, Noble; Columbine-Mlle St.Amand; Principal Vocal Characters. Jack Junk-Townsend; Fisherman-Linton; Harlequin's Father-Street; Mimic-Rees; Lawyers-Gray, Abbot, Blurton, Wilde; Country Boy-Miss Sims; Potter's Girl-Mrs Clendining; Milk@maid-Miss Wheatley; Harlequin's Mother-Mrs Henley; Lapland Witch-Mrs Iliff; Other Vocal Characters-Ms Castelle, Ms Watts, Ms Follett, Ms Norton, Ms Lloyd, Ms Burnett, Ms G. Walcup, Ms Bologna, Ms Gray; Sylph-Mrs Martyr; The Pantomime commences with a Sea View-the Father and Mother of Harlequin enter from their Hut and meeting their Friend, a Fisherman, according to Evening custom, deplore the absence of their Son, whom they conceive lost at Sea-a small Bark is discernable at a distance, which enlarging as it approaches, and making towards them, gives them hopes, which are realized by their Son's landing in the habit of a Sailor; but are dreadfully disappointed on finding that, being wrecked on the Coast of Lapland, a Witch of that Country, for his wishing to re-visit England, had struck him dumb; but to make amends bestowed on him an Enchanted Sword, which has the various qualities of becoming Sable when Danger is near, and being waved in different Directions produces the effect of making Dance, Laugh or Sleep those living objects it is employed upon-Escaped from the Witch, he has to contend with her Power-the Genius attendant on the Talismanic Influence of his Sword rises, promises assistance, and transforming him to the motley Hero, brings to his View his beloved Columbine-from hence the Harlequinade takes place, followed up by a variety of Changes, Tricks, Metamorphoses. A Short Description of the Scenery, Machinery.: Sea View. +Oft have our footsteps-Linton, Street, Mrs Henley; The wind blew fresh and fair-Townsend; Inside of Fisherman's Cottage, change to Corn-field. Brave offspring of Ocean-Mrs Martyr; Country Publicans. A Prize in the Lottery and its consequence. Outside of Town Hall. Behold natty Sammy-Simmons, Bologna; Changes to Inside of Ditto. Rustic rejoicings-Harlequin in armour, and Columbine's escape. Rural View. In the spring when the meadows-Miss Sims, Miss Wheatley; Milk pail change to Milk-maids, Garland, and Jack in the Green. Artist's Chamber. You take off good likenesses-Rees; in which a Variety of New Imitations-Rees; Fashionable Rout change to Billingsgate. Catch-Linton, Street, Gray, Abbot, Blurton, Wilde, Dyke, Curties, Mrs Castelle, Mrs Leserve, Mrs Bologna; Garden of Love. Chamber. Harlequin and Columbine in jeopardy-make their Pursuers dance to some tune. Landscape leading to the Pottery. Come buy my earthenware-Mrs Clendining; Inside View of the Pottery, change to Subterraneous Cavern. Rash stripling-Mrs Iliff; Bottle changes to Tarantula-the effects of its bite upon Harlequin, cured by Music. By sweet Music's powerful Note-Mrs Martyr; Cavern of Necromancy. With the entrance to the Fiery Gulph, where the Witch consults her Familiar, guarded by an immense Dragon, whose power is counteracted by that of the Sylph, who after singing the following air, Hither haste the young and gay-Mrs Martyr changes the Scene to The Bower of Constancy; The Lovers are united by their Parents, and the Piece concludes with an appropriate Finale-.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Old City Manners

Cast
Role: Drawer Actor: Garland

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Old City Manners

Cast
Role: Drawer Actor: Garland

Dance: II: The Savage Hunters, as17751020