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Event Comment: 2nd piece [1st time; M. INT 1, by Andrew Franklin. It refers to the King's departure from Greenwich on the Royal Charlotte yacht, 30 Oct. 1797, to visit Lord Duncan's fleet at the Nore. The visit was subsequently cancelled because of inclement weather]: With new Scenery, and Machinery. The Music partly new [by William Linley] and partly compiled; with an introductory Full Piece. In the course of the Piece a View of Greenwich Hospital, and an exact Representation of the Departure of the Royal Yatch [sic]. To conclude with a View of the British Fleet, and the Dutch Prizes [taken at Camperdown. 11 Oct.]. [These were included in all subsequent performances.] Books of the Songs to be had in the Theatre. Morning Herald, 16 Nov. 1797: This day is published A Trip to the Nore (1s.). Receipts: #317 5s. 6d. (234.8.6; 76.10.6; 6.6.6)


Mainpiece Title: The London Merchant; Or, George Barnwell

Role: Thoroughgood Actor: Aickin
Role: Barnwell Actor: Maddocks
Role: George Barnwell Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Trueman Actor: Holland
Role: Blunt Actor: Trueman
Role: Maria Actor: Miss Miller
Role: Lucy Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Millwood Actor: Mrs Siddons.

Afterpiece Title: A Trip to the Nore

Role: Mr Cockney Actor: Suett
Role: Ben Bowsprit Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Billy Buckram Actor: Hollingsworth
Role: Donald Campbell Actor: Dignum
Role: Hokensloken Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Boatswain Actor: Sedgwick
Role: O'Thunder Actor: Davis
Role: Chimney@Sweeper Actor: Grimaldi
Role: Boatman Actor: Maddocks
Role: Sailors Actor: Trueman, Wentworth, Evans
Role: Mary Actor: Mrs Bland
Role: Mrs Cockney Actor: Mrs Walcot
Role: Mrs Buckram Actor: Miss Tidswell.

Afterpiece Title: The Virgin Unmask'd

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

Dance: In 2nd piece: Dance of Sailors-; Hornpipe-Sga Bossi DelCaro


Mainpiece Title: L'allegro [ed] Il Pensieroso 0; Messiah

Afterpiece Title: L'Allegro Il Pensieroso 3

Performance Comment: [i.e. oratorio in 2 parts]. Fourth Oboe Concerto-; Oh had I Jubal's Lyre-Miss Poole (Joshua); The Thanksgiving Anthem-I will give thanks unto thee (London Chronicle, 20 Dec. 1797)][, performed by Command of His Majesty, at St. Paul's, on the 19th of December [1797], in Honour of the Victory obtained by Lord Duncan [at Camperdown, 11 Oct. 1797] over the Dutch Fleet; Bravura Agitata-Mme Mara; Genius of England-; Come if you dare-; To arms-; Britons strike home-; Chorus-(Purcell).
Role: Fourth Oboe Concerto Actor:
Role: Oh had I Jubal's Lyre Actor: Miss Poole
Role: The Thanksgiving Anthem Actor: I will give thanks unto thee
Role: Bravura Agitata Actor: Mme Mara
Role: Genius of England Actor:
Role: Come if you dare Actor:
Role: To arms Actor:
Role: Britons strike home Actor:
Role: Chorus Actor:


Mainpiece Title: Acis And Galatea 0

Afterpiece Title: Acis and Galatea 3 [i

Performance Comment: e. serenata in 2 parts]. Overture- (Ariadne); Pour forth no more-Sale (Jephtha); Lord what is man-Miss Poole [Semele]; How willing my paternal love-Reinhold; Then round about the starry throne-Chorus; Why does the God of Israel sleep-Incledon [Samson]; The soldier tir'd-Mme Mara [Dr Arne]; The Coronation Anthem-.

Music: End I: serenata concerto on violin-G. Ashley; End II: a new concerto, with a military rondo, on the Grand Piano Forte-Dussek


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

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 1

Performance Comment: Overture- (Esther); The Dettingen Te Deum, Holy holy Lord-Mme Mara.
Role: Overture Actor:
Role: Holy holy Lord Actor: Mme Mara.

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 2

Performance Comment: Fifth Grand Concerto-; Come all noble souls who skill'd in music's art- (composed by Dr Rogers, 1673); The smiling dawn-Miss Dufour (Jephtha); Honour and arms-Reinhold (Samson); O Magnify the Lord-Miss Poole (Chandos? Anthems); O Baal-Chorus (Deborah); Gentle Airs-Incledon; accompanied on the violoncello-C. Ashley (Athalia); My faith and truth-Miss Poole, Master Elliot (Samson); Ye sacred priests, Farewell ye limpid-Mme Mara (Jephtha); He gave them hailstones-Double Chorus (Israel in Egypt).

Music: End I: concerto on violin-Master Pinto; End II: concerto on the Piano Forte-Dussek

Event Comment: Benefit for Simpson, Powel, Rees & Mrs Henley. 3rd piece [1st time; P 1]: Selected from The Rape of Proserpine, Lord Mayor's Day, Harlequin's Museum, Harlequin Skeleton, Harlequin Sorcerer, Aladin, &c. In the course of the Compilation will be introduced: The Birth and Emancipation of Harlequin from the Egg-shell-the Dying Scene-the Skeleton-His Renovation-the celebrated Gladiator Scene, &c. In particular, among many surprising Escapes, the Jump through the Tea-chest; Flight from one Balcony to the other; a Leap over twelve Soldiers with fixed Bayonets; the Flight back and Jump through a Tamborine-and (for that night only) Simpson will run perpendicular up the Wall of a House, 30 Feet High. To conclude with a View of the Grotto of Magic. There are some imitations which almost identify the originals, but [Rees's as Dromio] was a vile caricature, which would never have been recognized but for the specification in the play bills" (Monthly Mirror, June 1798, p. 371). Receipts: #269 19s. 6d. (48.19.0; 20.17.6; tickets: 200.3.0, of which Simpson took #72 5s. 6d., Powel #27 10s. 6d., Rees #36 11s., Mrs Henley #61 16s., leaving #2 to be accounted for)


Afterpiece Title: The Waterman

Role: Tom Tug Actor: Incledon.
Role: Bundle Actor: Powel
Role: Robin Actor: Munden
Role: Mrs Bundle Actor: Mrs Henley
Role: Wilhelmina Actor: Miss Wheatley.
Role: Old Rebate Actor: Munden
Role: Trueman Actor: Whitfield
Role: Frank Actor: Clarke
Role: Ezekiel Spotless Actor: Simmons
Role: Servant Actor: Abbot
Role: Praecipe Actor: Fawcett
Role: Amelia Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Afterpiece Title: The Witches Revels; or, The Birth of Harlequin

Role: Harlequin Actor: Simpson
Role: Clown Actor: Follett
Role: Pantaloon Actor: Hawtin
Role: Kiddy Wigsby Actor: Simmons
Role: Crop Actor: Master Rees
Role: Witches Actor: Thompson, Street, Dyke
Role: Principal Witch Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Mother Actor: Mrs Lloyd
Role: Colombine Actor: Mlle St.Amand.

Song: In III 1st piece: song in character-Mrs Henley; Old Towler-Incledon

Entertainment: Vaudeville.As17980528; In 2nd piece: new Imitations-Rees

Role: new Imitations Actor: Rees.
Role: Slack Rope Actor: Smith.


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

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 1

Performance Comment: Overture (Esther)-; The Dettingen Te Deum-; Holy Holy Lord-Mme Mara.
Role: Overture Actor:
Role: The Dettingen Te Deum Actor:
Role: Holy Holy Lord Actor: Mme Mara.

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 2

Performance Comment: Overture and Dead March (Saul)-; Select Parts of the Funeral Anthem-; Lord what is man?-Miss Capper (Semele); Tears such as tender-Bartleman (Deborah); When his loud voice-Chorus (Jephtha); What though I trace-Mrs Atkins (Solomon); Angels ever bright and fair-Mme Mara (Theodora); March, The trumpet's loud clangour-Chorus (Dryden's Ode).

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 3

Performance Comment: Fourth Oboe Concerto-; Farewell you limpid springs-; Deeper and deeper still-; Waft her angels-Mme Mara (Jephtha); From harmony-Chorus (Dryden's Ode); Softly sweet in Lydian measure-Master Elliot; accompanied on the violoncello-C. Ashley (Alexander's Feast); He layeth-Bartleman [Ezio]; O God who in-Chorus [Joseph]; O magnify the Lord-Mrs Atkins (Chandos Anthems); The Horse and his rider-Chorus (Israel in Egypt).


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

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 1

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 2

Performance Comment: Fifth Grand Concerto-; The morning lark-Mrs Atkins (Semele); In sweetest harmony-Mme Mara; O fatal day-Chorus (Saul); O liberty-Incledon; accompanied on the violoncello-C. Ashley (Judas Maccabaeus); It must be so, Pour forth no more-Bartleman; No more to Ammon's God-Chorus (Jephtha); Lord remember David-Mme Mara (Sosarme); He gave them hailstones-Chorus (Israel in Egypt).

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 3

Music: End II: Bach's concertante for violin oboe viola and violoncello-Messrs [G., R. and C.] Ashley, W. Parke


Mainpiece Title: Grand Selection 0 Of Scared Music, From The Works Of handel

Role: Principal Vocal Performers Actor: Master _Elliot, Page, Mrs _Atkins, Miss +Waters.

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 2

Performance Comment: As17990208, but added: Where e'er you walk-Miss Capper (Semele); He measureth the waters, He layeth the beams-Bartleman (Ezio); Lord what is man?-_; Tears such as tender-_; What though I trace-_.

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 3

Performance Comment: As17990208, but Softly sweet in Lydian measure-Incledon; added: Where is this stupendous stranger?-Miss Waters (Alcina); He layeth-_; O God who in-_; O magnify the Lord-_.

Music: End II: the favourite Military Concerto on the Grand Piano Forte-Dussek


Mainpiece Title: The Heir At Law

Performance Comment: Daniel Dowlas (alias Lord Duberly)-Suett; Dick Dowlas-H. Johnston (1st appearance in that character); Doctor Pangloss-Fawcett; Henry Moreland-Trueman; Stedfast-Aickin; Zekiel Homespun-Wathen; Kenrick-Johnstone; John-Abbot; Waiters-Ledger, Chippendale; Deborah Dowlas (alias Lady Duberly)-Mrs Davenport; Caroline Dormer-Miss Heard; Cicely Homespun-Mrs Gibbs; Original Epilogue-the Characters. [This was spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances.]This was spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances.]
Role: Daniel Dowlas Actor: Suett
Role: Dick Dowlas Actor: H. Johnston
Role: Doctor Pangloss Actor: Fawcett
Role: Henry Moreland Actor: Trueman
Role: Stedfast Actor: Aickin
Role: Zekiel Homespun Actor: Wathen
Role: Kenrick Actor: Johnstone
Role: John Actor: Abbot
Role: Waiters Actor: Ledger, Chippendale
Role: Deborah Dowlas Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Caroline Dormer Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Cicely Homespun Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Original Epilogue Actor: the Characters.

Afterpiece Title: The Lying Valet

Role: Sharp Actor: Suett
Role: Gayless Actor: J. Palmer
Role: Justice Guttle Actor: Davenport
Role: Dick Actor: Clarke
Role: Beau Trippit Actor: Lyons
Role: Melissa Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Mrs Gadabout Actor: Miss Leserve
Role: Mrs Trippit Actor: Mrs Edward
Role: Kitty Pry Actor: Mrs Gibbs.
Event Comment: Mainpiece:In I A Grand Masqueradev. Afterpiece [1st time; M. INT 1, by Thomas John Dibdin]: To conclude with a new Scenic Representation of Britannia Triumphantv. Interspersed With a Variety of favorite old Airs, popular Songs, Parodies, &c. The Overture and new Songs composed and the Music in general arranged by Moorehead. The Machinery invented and executed by Cresswell. Books of the Songs to be had in the Theatre, price Six-pence. Morning Chronicle, 16 Oct. 1799: This day is published The Naval Pillar (price not listed). The afterpiece had reference to the contemplated erection of a "Naval Pillar" on Portsdown Hill, near Portsmouth, in commemoration of the recent victbries of the English navy. A plain pillar is at the last introduced, with the names of the most celebrated admirals on a scroll, round which the sailors and their sweethearts dance with peculiar festivity. The pillar now flies open, and displays a most magnificent and appropriate spectacle--consisting of Britannia, personated by Mrs Chapman, under a rich canopy, with the figures of a sailor and a soldier for supporters, pointing to the letters G. R. over a brilliant sun, which turns on the center; shrouded in clouds above, and surrounded by angels, is a medallion of Lord Howe, and on columns on each side of the canopy are medallions of your great living naval commanders" (Monthly Visitor, Oct. 1799, p. 180). Receipts: #284 10s. 6d. (277.18.6; 6.12.0)


Mainpiece Title: Romeo And Juliet

Role: Romeo Actor: Holman
Role: Capulet Actor: Waddy
Role: Benvolio Actor: Whitfield
Role: Friar Lawrence Actor: Hull
Role: Prince Actor: Mansel
Role: Paris Actor: Klanert
Role: Tibalt Actor: Claremont
Role: Montague Actor: Davenport
Role: Balthazar Actor: Abbot
Role: Peter Actor: Farley
Role: Apothecary Actor: Simmons
Role: Mercutio Actor: Lewis
Role: Lady Capulet Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Nurse Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Juliet Actor: Mrs Pope.

Afterpiece Title: The Naval Pillar

Role: Ben Bowsprit Actor: Incledon
Role: Dennis Actor: Johnstone
Role: Habakuk Actor: Munden
Role: Sam Spritsail Actor: Fawcett
Role: Tom Tackle Actor: Emery
Role: Firelock Actor: Townsend
Role: Kitty Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Britannia Actor: Mrs Chapman
Role: Nancy Actor: Miss Sims
Role: Susan Actor: Miss Wheatley
Role: Jane Actor: Mrs Sydney
Role: unassigned Actor: Linton, Street, Hawtin.

Dance: In afterpiece: New Dance (composed by Bologna Jun.)-Bologna Jun., King, Mrs Watts, Mrs Parker (1st appearance these 2 years)

Song: The Songs written or selected for the afterpiece: Black Ey'd Susan-Incledon; When Britain first her Flag uprear'd-Incledon, Johnstone, Linton; An hungry Fox one day did spy (Old Welsh tune)-Munden; When Peace smiles around-Mrs Martyr; Sir Sydney Smith-Fawcett; When a Tar returns home-Fawcett, Munden, Mrs Martyr; Mr Speaker tho' 'tis late--Incledon, Johnstone, Townsend, Linton; A Bundle of Proverbs-Munden; In praise of the Pars who have leathered the World-Johnstone; +The Navy and Army of Britain forever-Townsend; The Embarkation-Incledon; Glee and Chorus [We come, ye guardians of our isle]-Mrs Martyr, Miss Sims, Miss Wheatley, Mrs Sydney; Recitative and Finale [Britons, your country's gratitude behold]-Mrs Chapman, Incledon, Johnstone, Townsend, Linton

Opera: End IV: Solemn Dirge. The Funeral Procession of Juliet-; Vocal Parts-Incledon, Johnstone, Townsend, Hill, Linton, Gardner, Denman, Blurton, King, Street, Lee, Little, Thomas, Sawyer, Tett, Dyke, Whitmore, Ms Waters, Ms Chapman, Ms Atkins, Ms Litchfield, Ms Mills, Ms Dibdin, Ms Wheatley, Ms Iliff, Ms Sims, Ms Whitmore, Ms Follett, Ms Watts, Ms Castelle, Ms Norton, Ms Gilbert, Ms Leserve, Ms Lloyd, Ms Masters, Ms Blurton, Ms Sydney, Ms Burnett, Ms Martyr

Event Comment: "The part of Lord Albert seems to be a kind of give and take between Messrs Pope and Claremont. After being resumed for a night or two by the original representative [27, 31 Jan., 1 Feb.], it again devolved upon the latter gentleman [28 Jan., 5 Feb.]" (Dramatic Censor, I, 203). Receipts: #183 12s. (177.12.6; 5.19.6)


Mainpiece Title: Joanna

Role: Mountaineer Actor: _ Claremont
Role: Albert Actor: Claremont in place of Pope.
Role: Vocal Parts Actor: Miss _Waters.
Role: Lazarra Actor: Holman
Role: Wensel Actor: Waddy
Role: Old Peasant Actor: Davenport
Role: Wolf Actor: Munden
Role: Philip Actor: H. Johnston
Role: Soldiers Actor: Klanert, Thompson, Atkins
Role: Hermit Actor: Murray
Role: Guntram Actor: Emery
Role: Shepherd Actor: Gardner
Role: Ulrick Actor: King
Role: Reinhard Actor: Abbot
Role: Romuald Actor: Rees
Role: Lazarra's Servant Actor: Curties
Role: Darbony Actor: Incledon
Role: Page Actor: Miss Waters
Role: Eloisa Actor: Mrs H. Johnston
Role: Old Woman Peasant Actor: Mrs Whitemore
Role: Joanna Actor: Mrs Pope
Role: Girl Actor: Miss Cox
Role: unassigned Actor: Miss Gilbert

Afterpiece Title: The Turnpike Gate

Role: Sailors Actor: _Klanert.
Role: Henry Blunt Actor: Incledon
Role: Crack Actor: Munden
Role: Joe Standfast Actor: Fawcett
Role: Robert Maythorn Actor: Knight
Role: Smart Actor: Farley
Role: Sir Edward Actor: Hill
Role: Steward Actor: Davenport
Role: Bailiff Actor: Thompson
Role: Barber Actor: Simmons
Role: Old Maythorn Actor: Gardner
Role: Groom Actor: Atkins
Role: Farmer Actor: Linton
Role: Chandler Actor: Street
Role: Servant Actor: Denman
Role: Jew Actor: Abbot
Role: Peggy Actor: Miss Sims
Role: Landlady Actor: Mrs Whitmore
Role: Mary Actor: Miss Waters.

Song: As18000124


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

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 1

Performance Comment: Occasional Overture-; Pour forth no more-Sale; No more to Ammon's God- Chorus (Jephtha); Wise men flattering-Miss Capper (Judas Maccabaeus); Total Eclipse-Incledon; O first crexted beam-Chorus (Samson); He was eyes unto the blind-Mrs Second (Redemption); Immortal Lord-Chorus (Deborah).

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 2

Afterpiece Title: Grand Selection 3

Performance Comment: Fourth Oboe concerto-; Awful pleasing being-Miss Tennant (Joshua); Gentle airs-Incledon; accompanied on the violoncello-Charles Ashley (Athalia); Jehovah crowned-Miss Crosby; He comes-Chorus (Esther); Lord remember David-Mrs Dussek (Redemption); God save the King-Chorus (Coronation Anthems).

Music: End II: concerto on the grand piano@forte-Master Neate


Mainpiece Title: The Heir At Law

Performance Comment: Daniel Dowlas (alias Lord Duberly)-Emery; Dick Dowlas-Knight; Doctor Pangloss-Fawcett; Zekiel Homespun-Munden; Henry Morland-H. Johnston; Stedfast-Murray; Kenrick-Johnstone; Deborah Dowlas (alias Lady Duberly)-Mrs Davenport; Caroline Dormer (1st time)-Miss Murray; Cicely Homespun-Mrs Gibbs (1st appearance this season); With the original Epilogue-the Dramatis Personae.

Afterpiece Title: The Castle of Sorrento

Role: Blinval Actor: Fawcett
Role: Governor O'Rourke O'Donnel Actor: Johnstone
Role: Count Murville Actor: Hill
Role: Germain Actor: Emery
Role: Corporal Actor: Lee
Role: Sentinel Actor: Linton
Role: Widow Belmont Actor: Mrs Chapman
Role: Rosina Actor: Mrs Atkins.


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

Role: Don Manuel Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Don Philip Actor: Barrymore
Role: Octavio Actor: Holland
Role: Trappanti Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Soto Actor: Wathen
Role: Don Lewis Actor: Surmont
Role: Diego Actor: Hollingsworth
Role: Hippolita Actor: Mrs Jordan
Role: Rosara Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Flora Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Viletta Actor: Miss Pope.

Afterpiece Title: The Children; or, Give Them their Way

Afterpiece Title: Sylvester Daggerwood

Performance Comment: Fustian-Suett; Sylvester Daggerwood, (with a new Song,) The Lord Mayor's Show; or, Four-and-Twenty Aldermen all on a Row-Bannister Jun.


Mainpiece Title: The Country Girl

Role: Moody Actor: King
Role: Harcourt Actor: Barrymore
Role: Sparkish Actor: Palmer
Role: Belville Actor: C. Kemble
Role: William Actor: Maddocks
Role: Countryman Actor: Grimaldi
Role: Alithea Actor: Miss Mellon
Role: Miss Peggy Actor: Mrs Jordan
Role: Lucy Actor: Miss Heard.

Afterpiece Title: Sylvester Daggerwood

Performance Comment: As18000428, but added: Apewell (with some favorite Imitations)-Caulfield; The Lord Mayor's Show-_.

Afterpiece Title: The Shipwreck

Role: Michael Goto Actor: Clarke
Role: Fanny Actor: Miss Heard.
Role: Selwyn Actor: Dignum
Role: Harry Hawser Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Shark Actor: Caulfield
Role: Stave Actor: Suett
Role: Dick Actor: Master Heather
Role: Angelica Goto Actor: Miss Leak
Role: Sally Shamrock Actor: Mrs Bland.

Song: In: The Blue Bell of Scotland, as18000512; accompanied on the Lute, as18000512; In course Evening: Crazy Jane-Mrs Bland; In 3rd piece: a new ballad, The Fisherman and the River Queen (Written and Composed by M. G. Lewis, Esq, M. P., Author of Crazy Jane.)-Mrs Bland

Role: Actor: Mrs Bland.


Mainpiece Title: The Heir At Law

Performance Comment: Daniel Dowlas (alias Lord Duberly)-Waddy; Dick Dowlas-H. Johnston; Doctor Pangloss-Fawcett; Henry Moreland-C. Kemble; Stedfast-Davenport; Zekiel Homespun-Emery (1st appearance on this stage); Kenrick-Johnstone; John-Abbot; Waiters-Ledger, Chippendale; Deborah Dowlas (alias Lady Duberly)-Mrs Davenport; Caroline Dormer-Miss Chapman; Cicely Homespun-Mrs Gibbs; The original Epilogue-the Characters. [This was spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances.]This was spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances.]

Afterpiece Title: The Jew and the Doctor

Role: Abednego Actor: Fawcett
Role: Changeable Actor: Farley
Role: Doctor Specific Actor: Davenport
Role: Old Bromley Actor: Emery
Role: Charles Actor: Klanert
Role: William Actor: J. Palmer
Role: Emily Actor: Miss Gaudry
Role: Mrs Changeable Actor: Miss Chapman.