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Event Comment: Afterpiece [1st time; MD 2, by Jeremiah Meyer and William Hayley, "from the German." Larpent MS 941; not published; synopsis of plot in Morning Herald, 18 Apr.]: With new Scenery, Machinery, Dresses and Decorations. The Music selected from Ditteus [i.e. Dittersdorf], Rauzzini and Salieri; the Overture and new Music by Reeve. Book of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. [Mme Carnevale had 1st appeared at king's in 1783.] Receipts: #252 3s. 6d. (242.19.6; 9.4.0)


Mainpiece Title: The Road To Ruin

Role: Goldfinch Actor: Lewis
Role: Mr Silky Actor: Quick
Role: Harry Dornton Actor: Holman
Role: Mr Sulky Actor: Wilson
Role: Mr Dornton Actor: Munden
Role: Mr Milford Actor: Harley
Role: Hosier Actor: Macready
Role: Sheriff's Officer Actor: Thompson
Role: Mr Smith Actor: Powel
Role: Jacob Actor: Rees
Role: all unassigned in text] Actor: Rock, Evatt, Farley, C. Powell, Cross, Ledger, Simmons
Role: Sophia Actor: Mrs Merry
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Mrs Ledger Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Mrs Warren Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Milliner Actor:
Role: Manteau@maker Actor:

Afterpiece Title: Zelma; or, The Will o' th' Wisp

Related Works
Related Work: Zelma; or, The Will o' th' Wisp Author(s): Jeremiah Meyer
Event Comment: London Gazette, No 3346, 2-6 Dec. 1697: The Song Composed by Mr Jeremiah Clark, and Sung on St Cecilia's day will be performed on Thursday next, at Mr Hickford's Dancing-School in Panton-street, or in James-street over against the Tennis Court, just by the blue Posts, there being a door out of each street to the Room; and for the benefit of the said Mr Clark and Mr Le Riche, late Stewards of the said Feast, the Musick begins at 8. [See 22 Nov. 1697.


Mainpiece Title: Concert

Event Comment: Edition of 1697: Mr Dryden's Ode In Honour of St Cecilia's Day, Perform'd at Stationers-Hall, on Monday, November 22, 1697. [See Dryden's letter, 3 Sept. 1697.] The music was by Jeremiah Clark. See also 9 and 16 Dec. 1697


Mainpiece Title: Alexander's Feast; Or, The Power Of Musique

Event Comment: London Gazette, No 3348, 9-13 Dec. 1697: The Song which was Sung on St Cecilia's Day will be performed in York-Buildings, on Thursday next being the 16th Instant, with an Addition of a new Pastoral on the Peace, Composed by Mr Jeremiah Clark, and for the Benefit of Mr La Riche only. The Musick begins at Eight. [See 22 Nov. 1697 and 9 Dec. 1697.


Mainpiece Title: Concert


Mainpiece Title: Concert

Music: Vocal and instrumental Music-; particularly a new piece by Jer. Clark on her Majesty's happy Success under his Grace the Duke of Marlborough in the last Campaign-

Performance Comment: Clark= on her Majesty's happy Success under his Grace the Duke of Marlborough in the last Campaign-.
Role: in the last Campaign Actor: .


Mainpiece Title: Concert

Music: Instrumental Music, with trumpets, kettle drums, hautboys, flutes-

Song: Mrs del'Epine[, all composed] by that Great and much esteem'd Master, Jacomo Greber

Dance: Wedding Dance, Blouzabella-Labbe, Mrs Elford; Medley Dance-Prince, Prince's daughter; a dance-Godwin, Mrs Clark


Mainpiece Title: Sir Solomon Single

Role: Betty Actor: Miss Mountfort.

Dance: Firbank, Firbank's Scholar, Godwin, Mrs Clark, Miss Evans, others

Song: Mrs Hodgson


Mainpiece Title: Caesar Borgia; Son Of Pope Alexander Vi

Role: Borgia Actor: Verbruggen.

Song: Mrs Hodgson; A two/part song-Cook, Davis; Indian Trumpet Song-Davis; Song in Imitation of an Old Woman, Irish Whim-Mrs Willis

Music: A new Set of Airs for the Trumpet Hautboys and Violins composed by Corbett-

Dance: Miss Evans, Clark, Firbank, Firbank's scholar


Song: Mrs Hodgson, Cook, Davis

Dance: Firbank, Firbank's scholar, Miss Evans; Blouzabella-Prince, Mrs Clark


Mainpiece Title: Don Quixote

Afterpiece Title: The Cheats of Scapin

Song: Mrs Hodgson, Cook, Mrs Clark

Dance: Blousabella-Prince, Mrs Clark; Scotch Whim, Irish Trot-Mrs Evans


Mainpiece Title: Like Master Like Man

Song: That celebrated Dialogue-Boman, Pack, A Drunken Officer and a Town Miss, originally performed in The Mad Lover; A Country Dialogue-Mrs Willis, Short; A new Trumpet Song composed by Eccles-Davis

Dance: The last new Entry-Firbank, Firbank's Scholar; Blowsabella-Prince, Mrs Clark; Comic dances-Prince, others; A Right Irish Trot-a child of five years


Mainpiece Title: The Northern Lass

Role: Lass Actor: Mrs Cross.

Song: In: the Songs new set by Mr Clark-Mrs Cross who both sings and dances several times; Singing in Italian-Mrs Tofts; Leveridge, Hughes, Mrs Lindsey, the new Boy; including comical dialogues, two/part songs-

Dance: Cherrier, Mrs Moss, others; in the play: Mrs Cross


Mainpiece Title: The Sea Voyage

Music: Vocal and instrumental Music by Henry Purcell, Daniel Purcell, Jeremy Clark, others-

Dance: Variety of Dances, several New-

Entertainment: Imitate the Horn, Huntsman, Pack of Hounds, all perform'd by his natural Voice-Layfield (after the manner of the famous Mr Clinch of Barnet)


Mainpiece Title: Concert

Music: Music by Signior Bononcini-; Words by the late Duke of Buckingham, Vocal Part-Mrs Robinson, Mr Freeman, Mrs Barbeire, Mr Weele, Mrs Clark, Mr Gates, King's Boys; Instrumental Parts-Masters of the best Performers


Mainpiece Title: The Generous Free-mason; Or, The Constant Lady

Role: Squire Noodle Actor: Berry
Role: King of Tunis Actor: Fielding
Role: Mirza Actor: Paget
Role: Sebastian Actor: Oates
Role: Clerimont Actor: Woodward
Role: Sir Jasper Actor: Burnett
Role: Doodle Actor: Young Bencraft
Role: Davy Actor: Excell
Role: Queen Actor: Mrs Kilby
Role: Maria Actor: Miss Oates
Role: Caelia Actor: Mrs Grace
Role: Jacinta Actor: Miss Williams
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Stevens
Role: Lettice Actor: Mrs Roberts.

Dance: Smith, Young Clark, Miss Williams; particularly French Peasant, Black Joke-


Mainpiece Title: The History Of King Henry The Viiith And Anna Bullen; Intermixed With The Diverting Humours Of Squire Numpskull And His Man Lack Brains

Performance Comment: Henry VIII-W. Mills; Numpskull-Miller; Wolsey-Barcock; Northumberland-Tenoe; Piercy-Bardin; Rochford-Cross; Clerimont-Aston; Lack Brains-Young Bencroft; Sir Positive Crab-Jones; Anna Bullen-Mrs Clark; Princess Elizabeth-Miss Ann Oates; Lady Diana-Miss L'Homme; Clarinda-Miss Oates; Jenny-Mrs Rogers; Ticklepitcher-Oates; Lucy-Mrs Charke.
Role: Henry VIII Actor: W. Mills
Role: Numpskull Actor: Miller
Role: Wolsey Actor: Barcock
Role: Northumberland Actor: Tenoe
Role: Piercy Actor: Bardin
Role: Rochford Actor: Cross
Role: Clerimont Actor: Aston
Role: Lack Brains Actor: Young Bencroft
Role: Sir Positive Crab Actor: Jones
Role: Anna Bullen Actor: Mrs Clark
Role: Princess Elizabeth Actor: Miss Ann Oates
Role: Lady Diana Actor: Miss L'Homme
Role: Clarinda Actor: Miss Oates
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Ticklepitcher Actor: Oates
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Charke.

Dance: Davenport, Clark, Hind, Mrs Hind, Miss L'Homme, Miss Price; particularly a Highlander-a Gentleman for his Diversion


Dance: V: Saraband by Miss Brett

Song: II: A dialogue by the two Misses Clark. III: Roger's Courtship to Dolly by Miss Norsa


Mainpiece Title: The Gentle Shepherd

Role: Sir William Actor: Wooler
Role: Patie Actor: Richardson
Role: Roger Actor: White
Role: Symon Actor: M'Clean
Role: Glaud Actor: Cross
Role: Bauldy Actor: Murray
Role: Peggy Actor: Mrs Burnett
Role: Jenny Actor: Miss Miller
Role: Madge Actor: Donaldson
Role: Mause Actor: Burnett
Role: Prologue Actor: Richardson.

Afterpiece Title: The Apprentice

Role: Dick Actor: Richardson
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Smith.

Song: III: The Flowers of Edinburgh-

Dance: Hornpipe-Clark

Entertainment: End of Play: The Three Old Women Weatherwise; Description of a Storm-Wooler


Mainpiece Title: Pizarro

Role: Las Casas Actor: Packer.
Role: Ataliba Actor: Powell
Role: Rolla Actor: Kemble
Role: Alonzo Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Pizarro Actor: Barrymore
Role: Almagro Actor: Caulfield
Role: Gonzalo Actor: Wentworth
Role: Davilla Actor: Trueman
Role: Gomez Actor: Surmont
Role: Valverde Actor: Palmer
Role: Orozembo Actor: Dowton
Role: Blind Man Actor: Cory
Role: Centinel Actor: Holland
Role: Orano Actor: Archer
Role: Attendant Actor: Maddocks
Role: Boy Actor: Master Chatterley
Role: Soldiers Actor: Fisher, Evans, Webb, Chippendale
Role: Cora Actor: Miss Biggs
Role: Elvira Actor: Mrs Siddons.

Afterpiece Title: The Mock Doctor

Role: James Actor: Fisher
Role: Sir Jasper Actor: Maddocks
Role: Leander Actor: Surmont
Role: Gregory Actor: Bannister Jun,
Role: Harry Actor: Evans
Role: Davy Actor: Hollingsworth
Role: Robert Actor: Wentworth
Role: Helebore Actor: Sparks
Role: Dorcas Actor: Miss Mellon
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Maid Actor: Mrs Jones.

Song: Vocal Parts, as17991213, but _Willoughby, _Bardoleau, _Clark, _Mead, _Elliot, Ms _Jacobs, Ms _Butler, Ms _Saunders, Ms _Gawdry, Ms _Benson, Ms _Coates


Mainpiece Title: De Montfort

Performance Comment: As18000429, but unassigned-_Clarke, _Chippendale, _Ryder; Miss_ Tidswell; Prologue as18000429 Epilogue-_.
Role: unassigned Actor: _Clarke, _Chippendale, _Ryder
Role: De Montfort Actor: Kemble
Role: Rezenvelt Actor: Talbot
Role: Count Freberg Actor: Barrymore
Role: Jerome Actor: Dowton
Role: Manuel Actor: Powell
Role: Grimbald Actor: Caulfield
Role: Jane De Montfort Actor: Mrs Siddons
Role: Countess Freberg Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Abbess Actor: Mrs Crouch
Role: Nuns Actor: Miss DeCamp, Miss Stephens
Role: Maid Actor: Miss Tidswell

Afterpiece Title: Of Age To-morrow

Role: Dick Actor: Hollingsworth.
Role: Gayless Actor: Holland
Role: Sharp Actor: Suett
Role: Justice Guttle Actor: Maddocks
Role: Beau Trippit Actor: Fisher
Role: Melissa Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Kitty Pry Actor: Miss Mellon
Role: Mrs Gadabout Actor: Mrs Sparks.
Role: Frederick Baron Willinhurst Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Baron Piffleberg Actor: Suett
Role: Molkus Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Friz Actor: Hollingsworth
Role: Servant Actor: Chippendale
Role: Lady Brumback Actor: Mrs Walcot
Role: Sophia Actor: Miss Stephens
Role: Maria Actor: Miss DeCamp

Song: Vocal Parts, as18000429, but _Sawyer, _Aylmer, _Willoughby, _Bardoleau, _Clark, _Mead, _Elliot, Ms _Bristow, Ms _Butler, Ms _Gawdry


Mainpiece Title: Which Is The Man

Role: Beauchamp Actor: Lewis
Role: Fitzherbert Actor: Aickin
Role: Belville Actor: A Young Gentleman
Role: Lord Sparkle Actor: Bernard
Role: Bobby Pendragon Actor: Quick
Role: Miss Pendragon Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Julia Manners Actor: Mrs Bernard
Role: Clarinda Actor: Mrs Rock
Role: Kitty Actor: Mrs Lewis
Role: Tiffany Actor: Mrs Davenett
Role: Lady Bell Bloomer Actor: Mrs Pope.

Afterpiece Title: Primrose Green; or, Love in the Country

Performance Comment: Principal Characters-Incledon, Blanchard, Munden, Bernard, Williamson, Wilson, Mrs Harlowe, Miss Williams, Mrs Warrell. [Larpent MS lists the parts: Sir Jeremiah Laurel, Abram, Standard, Scipio, Rural, Collin, Lucy, Peggy, Maria.]Larpent MS lists the parts: Sir Jeremiah Laurel, Abram, Standard, Scipio, Rural, Collin, Lucy, Peggy, Maria.]

Dance: After Monologue: The Jockies, as17910507

Song: End II: Black Eyed Susan-Incledon

Entertainment: Monologue. End: Dissertation on Hobby@Horses: The Statesman's Hobby; The Soldier's Hobby; The Beau's Hobby; The Lady's Hobby; The Fidler's Hobby; Mrs Mountain's Hobby; The Manager's Hobby; and His Own Hobby-Bernard

Role: and His Own Hobby Actor: Bernard.


Mainpiece Title: The World In The Moon

Performance Comment: Edition of 1697: Prologue-Girl; Frank Wildblood-Powel; Ned Stanmore-Mills; Palmerin Worthy-Williams; Sir Dottrel Fondlove-Johnson; Old Stanmore-Disney; Tom Dawkins-Pinkethman; Jacintha-Mrs Verbruggen; Widow Dawkins-Mrs Powel; Mrs Susan-Mrs Andrews; Prologue- Set to Musick by Mr Jeremy Clark. I:; Within this happy World above- set by Mr Jeremy Clark. II:; Joe Haynes meets 'em-; II: The Entertainment Composed by Mr Daniel Purcel Come all you Nymphs of Cynthia's Train-; II: A Dialogue In all our Cynthia's shining sphere-Mr Leveridge, Mrs Cross; III: The Musick set by Mr Daniel Purcel Look round and here behold-; A Dialogue Oh dear sweet sir you look so gay-Mrs Cross, Mrs Lucas; IV: A Song set by Mr Purcel Young Strephon met me t'other Day-Miss Anon; IV: The Ceremony of a Nuptial Entertainment perform'd. Bride-Mrs Cross; Bridegroom-Mr Leveridge; The Musick set by Mr D. Purcel, The Nymphs of the Plain-; V: Set by Mr D. Purcel, Come Strephon Phyllis come let's troth-; Epilogue-Miss Denny Chalk; Dress'd with a great Wig like a Beau. In The Single Songs in the New Opera call'd The World in the Moon (1697), in addition to some of the pieces listed above, are the following ones: A Song Sett by Mr Daniel Purcell: Then come kind Damon-Mrs Lindsey; A Song Sett by Mr J. Clark: Smile then with a beam divine-Mrs Cross; A Song Sett by Mr J. Clark: Divine Astrea hither flew to Cynthia's brighter Throne-; A Song Sett by Mr Daniel Purcell: Young Strephon hee has woo'd me long-; A New Song: Let those Youths who freedom prize-.


Mainpiece Title: Sophonisba; Or, Hannibal's Overthrow

Performance Comment: Edition of 1676 (imperfect edition): Hannibal-Moon; Maherbal-Wats; Bomilcar-Haris; Scipio-Kingiston; Lelius-Wintersel; Massinissa-Harte; Massina-Clarke; Sophonisba-Mrs Cosh; Rosalinda-Mrs Damport. Edition of 1681: The Prologue to the University of Oxford, Written by J. Dryden, Esquire. Hannibal-Mohun; Maherbal-Burt; Bomilcar-Wintershul; Scipio-Kynaston; Lelius-Lydall; Varro-Watson; Massinisa-Hart; Trebellius-Powell; Massina-Clark; Menander-Griffin; Sophonisba-Mrs Cox; Rosalinda-Mrs Boutell; Aglave-Mrs Nep; Cumana-Mrs Cory. Epilogue Spoken to Sophonisba at its Playing at Oxford. Downes (Roscius Anglicanus, p. 15): Hannibal-Mohun; Maherbal-Burt; Bomilcar-Wintersel; Scipio-Kynaston; Lelius-Lydall; Massinissa-Hart; Massina-Clark; Sophonisba-Mrs Cox; Rosalinda-Mrs Boutel.
Role: Hannibal Actor: Moon
Role: Maherbal Actor: Wats
Role: Bomilcar Actor: Haris
Role: Scipio Actor: Kingiston
Role: Lelius Actor: Wintersel
Role: Massinissa Actor: Harte
Role: Massina Actor: Clarke
Role: Sophonisba Actor: Mrs Cosh
Role: Rosalinda Actor: Mrs Damport. Edition of 1681: The Prologue to the University of Oxford, Written by J. Dryden, Esquire. Hannibal-Mohun
Role: Hannibal Actor: Mohun
Role: Maherbal Actor: Burt
Role: Bomilcar Actor: Wintershul
Role: Scipio Actor: Kynaston
Role: Lelius Actor: Lydall
Role: Varro Actor: Watson
Role: Massinisa Actor: Hart
Role: Trebellius Actor: Powell
Role: Massina Actor: Clark
Role: Menander Actor: Griffin
Role: Sophonisba Actor: Mrs Cox
Role: Rosalinda Actor: Mrs Boutell
Role: Aglave Actor: Mrs Nep
Role: Cumana Actor: Mrs Cory. Epilogue Spoken to Sophonisba at its Playing at Oxford. Downes
Role: Hannibal Actor: Mohun
Role: Maherbal Actor: Burt
Role: Bomilcar Actor: Wintersel
Role: Scipio Actor: Kynaston
Role: Lelius Actor: Lydall
Role: Massinissa Actor: Hart
Role: Massina Actor: Clark
Role: Sophonisba Actor: Mrs Cox
Role: Rosalinda Actor: Mrs Boutel.


Mainpiece Title: The Provok'd Husband

Performance Comment: Lady Townly-Miss Brett; Townly-Master Green; Manly-Miss Clark; Lady Grace-Miss Kilby, the first time of her appearing on any stage; Basset-Miss Ferguson; Sir Francis-Master Norsa; Richard-Master Green Jr, the first time of his appearing on any stage; Lady Wronghead-Miss Norsa; Jenny-Little Miss Cole; Myrtilla-Miss Clark Jr .


Event Comment: The Duke's Company. This performance is on the L. C. list, 5@142, p. 81. See also Nicoll, Restoration Drama, p. 348. The play has a musical setting by Jeremiah Clarke. There is no certainty that this date represents the premiere, but a certain performance on 14 Feb. 1676@7 suggests that this performance on 12 Feb. 1676@7 is part of the initial run. Very probably the play was repeated on 13 Feb. 1676@7


Mainpiece Title: Antony And Cleopatra

Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Caesar Actor: Smith
Role: Agrippa Actor: Jevon
Role: Mecaenas Actor: Harris
Role: Lucilius Actor: Norris
Role: Thyreus Actor: Crosby
Role: Antony Actor: Betterton
Role: Canidius Actor: Medburn
Role: Photinus Actor: Sandford
Role: Memnon Actor: Percivall
Role: Chilaz Actor: Gillow
Role: Cleopatra Actor: Mrs Mary Lee
Role: Octavia Actor: Mrs Betterton
Role: Iras Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Charmion Actor: Mrs Hughes
Role: Epilogue Actor: .