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Mainpiece Title: The Fashionable Lover

Performance Comment: Aubrey-West; Lord Aberville-Cooke; Mortimer-Bailey; Mr Bridgmore-Newton; Doctor Druid-Everard; Colin Macleod-Bailey [sic; a misprint]; Le Jeunesse-Russell; Jarvis-Massey; Servant-Fildew; Tyrrel-Lear; Miss Aubrey-Mrs Burden; Mrs Bridgmore-Mrs Russell; Maid-Mrs West; Mrs Mackintosh-Mrs Newby; Miss Bridgmore-Mrs Bailey.
Role: Aubrey Actor: West
Role: Lord Aberville Actor: Cooke
Role: Mortimer Actor: Bailey
Role: Mr Bridgmore Actor: Newton
Role: Doctor Druid Actor: Everard
Role: Colin Macleod Actor: Bailey
Role: Le Jeunesse Actor: Russell
Role: Jarvis Actor: Massey
Role: Servant Actor: Fildew
Role: Tyrrel Actor: Lear
Role: Miss Aubrey Actor: Mrs Burden
Role: Mrs Bridgmore Actor: Mrs Russell
Role: Maid Actor: Mrs West
Role: Mrs Mackintosh Actor: Mrs Newby
Role: Miss Bridgmore Actor: Mrs Bailey.

Afterpiece Title: Cross Purposes

Role: Old Grub Actor: Bailey
Role: George Bevil Actor: Cooke
Role: ThomasBevil Actor: West
Role: Harry Bevil Actor: Massey
Role: Consol Actor: Russell
Role: Chapeau Actor: Everard
Role: Mrs Grub Actor: Mrs Russell
Role: Emily Actor: Mrs West.

Song: As17780529

Entertainment: Monologue.End: Bucks have at ye All-Middleton (1st appearance on any stage)


Mainpiece Title: Alessandro Nelle Indie

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Pacchierotti, Trebbi, Manzoletto, Micheli, Sga Pozzi, Mme LeBrun. Cast from libretto (W. Mackintosh, 1779): Poro-Pacchierotti; Alessandro-Trebbi; Gandarte-Manzoletto; Timagene-Micheli; Erissena-Sga Pozzi; Cleofide-Mme LeBrun.
Role: Poro Actor: Pacchierotti
Role: Alessandro Actor: Trebbi
Role: Gandarte Actor: Manzoletto
Role: Timagene Actor: Micheli
Role: Erissena Actor: Sga Pozzi
Role: Cleofide Actor: Mme LeBrun.

Dance: End I: Indian Ballet (composed by Zuchelli), adapted to the Opera-Sg and Sga Zuchelli, Henry, young Miss Simonet; End II: new Pastoral Ballet (composed by Zuchelli and Slingsby)-Slingsby, Sg and Sga Zuchelli, Sga Tantini (1st appearance in England); End Opera: Grand Serious Ballet connected with the Opera (composed by Favre Guiardele, ballet master), in which the celebrated Chaconne of Jomelli's-Slingsby, Sga Tantini, Favre Guiardele (1st appearance in England)


Mainpiece Title: Quinto Fabio

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Pacchierotti, Trebbi, Manzoletto, Micheli, Rovedino, Sga Pozzi, Mme LeBrun. Cast from libretto (W. Mackintosh, 1780): Quinto Fabio-Pacchierotti; Lucio Papirio-Trebbi; Volunnio-Manzoletto; Marco Fabio-Rovedino; Fausta-Sga Pozzi; Emilia-Mme LeBrun; Micheli. Micheli.
Role: Quinto Fabio Actor: Pacchierotti
Role: Lucio Papirio Actor: Trebbi
Role: Volunnio Actor: Manzoletto
Role: Marco Fabio Actor: Rovedino
Role: Fausta Actor: Sga Pozzi
Role: Emilia Actor: Mme LeBrun

Dance: End I: Pastoral Ballet, as17791127; End II:new Ballet, Demi-caractere, La Bergere Coquete; ou, Le Triomphe de L'Amour-Favre Guiardele, Mme Simonet, Sga Tantini, young Miss Simonet, Slingsby; End Opera: Serious Ballet connected with the Opera,-Favre Guiardele, Sg and Sga Zuchelli, Mlle Baccelli (1st appearance this season); in which a Grand Chaconne-

Song: III: song-Mme LeBrun; accompanied on the hautboy-LeBrun


Mainpiece Title: L'amore Soldato

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Trebbi, Rovedino, Micheli, Sga Pozzi, Sga Prudom, Sga Bernasconi. Cast from libretto (W. Mackintosh, 1780): Don Faustino-Trebbi; Don Anselmo-Rovedino; Pasquino-Micheli; Semplicina-Sga Pozzi; Lisandrina-Sga Prudom; Ottavina-Sga Bernasconi.
Role: Don Faustino Actor: Trebbi
Role: Don Anselmo Actor: Rovedino
Role: Pasquino Actor: Micheli
Role: Semplicina Actor: Sga Pozzi
Role: Lisandrina Actor: Sga Prudom
Role: Ottavina Actor: Sga Bernasconi.

Dance: End I: Il Desertore, as17791214; End II: Masquerade Dance, as17791221; Minuet, as17791221; End Opera: Grand Serious Ballet, as17791127, but _Slingsby, Mlle Baccelli


Mainpiece Title: Le Serve Rivali

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Trebbi, Gherardi, Micheli, Sga Prudom, Mrs Barthelemon, Sga Sestini. Cast from libretto (W. Mackintosh, 1780): Giannino-Trebbi; Letanzio-Gherardi; Don Grillo-Micheli; Palmetta-Sga Prudom; Carlina-Mrs Barthelemon; Giacinta-Sga Sestini.
Role: Giannino Actor: Trebbi
Role: Letanzio Actor: Gherardi
Role: Don Grillo Actor: Micheli
Role: Palmetta Actor: Sga Prudom
Role: Carlina Actor: Mrs Barthelemon
Role: Giacinta Actor: Sga Sestini.

Dance: End I: The Fortunate Escape, as17801216; End II: Grand Serious Ballet, as17801216; Grand Chaconne, as17801216; End Opera: Les Amans Surpris, as17801216, but Mme Simonet

Role: Les Amans Surpris Actor: Sg and Sga Zuchelli, Henry, Mlle Baccelli, Vestris? Jun.
Event Comment: By Authority of the Lord Chamberlain. At the request of several of the Scotch Nobility. Benefit for Raeburn. Mainpiece: In its original state, as it was written by Allan Ramsay in 1724 [recte 1725]. The Characters to be entirely new dressed. The Doors to be opened at 5:00. To begin at 6:00. No persons to be admitted behind the scenes, nor any money returned after the curtain is drawn up. Ladies are requested to send their servants by Five to keep places. Tickets to be had of Raeburn, No. 4, Gloucester-court, St. James's; of Walker, the Globe, Pall-mall; of Mackintosh, the George, East Harding-street, Shoe-lane; of Watson, the Fleece, Little Windmill-street (being the original Scotch house); of Mrs Shaw, the St. Andrew, near the Armitage-bridge, Wapping


Mainpiece Title: The Gentle Shepherd; Or, Patie And Roger

Role: Sir William Actor: Aberdein
Role: Patie Actor: M'Donald
Role: Roger Actor: Cockburn
Role: Symon Actor: Middlemist
Role: Glaud Actor: Risk
Role: Bauldy Actor: Garden
Role: Madge Actor: Mr Murray
Role: Mause Actor: Mr Raeburn
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Watson
Role: Peggy Actor: Mrs Raeburn

Afterpiece Title: Wit's Last Stake

Role: Linger Actor: Ryder
Role: Saville] Actor: Bland
Role: Caveat] Actor: Aberdein
Role: Item] Actor: Brown
Role: Boy Actor: Middleton
Role: Martin Sly Actor: Smith
Role: Mrs Watchly] Actor: Mrs Reid
Role: Myra] Actor: Miss Bouton
Role: Lucetta] Actor: Mrs Lefevre

Dance: End of Act III of mainpiece a new composed Reel (performers not listed); In Act IV a Hornpipe by Middleton

Monologue: 1784 02 09 The Edinburgh Buck by a Genleman [unidentified]

Event Comment: Composed by G. F. Handel. Among the Instrumental Performers: C. Ashley, Sarjant, Wm. Parke, Boyce, R. Ashley, Bridgtower, Pinto, Parkinson, Lavenu. the Flacks, Taylor, Mackintosh, Wm. Ware, Dresler, Francis, Gwilliam, Nicks, the Munros, Archer, I. Sharp, W. Sharp, M. Sharp, J. Sharp, Betts, Cobham, Jackson, Wood, Coyle, Cornish, Jones, Purney, Leffler, Woodham, Piele, the Cantelos, Skillern, &c. Organ-J. Ashley. Double Drums (used at Westminster-Abbey)-Jenkinson. The Chorusses will be numerous and complete; the whole under the direction of Ashley. The Doors to be opened at 6:00. To begin at 7:00 precisely [same throughout oratorio season]. Books of the Performance (with the Imprimatur of E. Macleish) to be had at the Theatre, price 6d. Places for the Boxes to be had of Brandon, at the Stage-Door in Hart-street. Boxes 6s. Pit 3s. 6d. Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery 1s


Music: End I: concerto on the violin-Master Pinto (aged Eleven Years, Grandson to the celebrated Performer of that Name [ThomasPinto])