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Mainpiece Title: The Recruiting Officer

Role: 7100316 but Plume Actor: Wilks
Role: Kite Actor: Estcourt
Role: Silvia Actor: Mrs Oldfield.

Song: Several Comical Dialogues-Mr Dogget, Mr Leveridge; And other Entertainments of Ballad/Singing after the true English manner. Compos'd by Mr Estcourt-Mr Estcourt, in Honour of the Great and Glorious Successes of her Majesty over her proud French Foes

Event Comment: The United Company. There is uncertainty concerning this date; it appears on Luttrell's copy (Huntington Library) of the separately printed Prologue and Epilogue, and the date may represent the time of his purchase rather than a date of performance. The Prologue and Epilogue are reprinted in Wiley, Rare Prologues and Epilogues, pp. 141-45. Downes (Roscius Anglicanus, pp. 39-40): All the preceding Plays, being the chief that were Acted in Dorset-Garden, from November 1671, to the Year 1682; at which time the Patentees of each Company United Patents; and by so Incorporating the Duke's Company were made the King's Company, and immediately remov'd to the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. Upon this Union, Mr Hart being the Heart of the Company under Mr Killigrew's Patent never Acted more, by reason of his Malady; being Afflicted with the Stone and Gravel, of which he Dy'd some time after: Having a Sallary of 40 Shillings a Week to the Day of his Death. But the Remnant of that Company; as, Major Mohun, Mr Cartwright, Mr Kynaston, Mr Griffin, Mr Goodman, Mr Duke Watson, Mr Powel, Sr, Mr Wiltshire, Mrs Corey, Mrs Bowtell, Mrs Cook, Mrs Montfort. [Joined the new company]. Note, now Mr Monfort and Mr Carlile, were grown to the Maturity of good Actors. The mixt Company then Reviv'd the several old and Modern Plays, that were the Propriety of Mr Killigrew, as Rule a Wife, and have a Wife: Mr Betterton Acting Michael Perez; Don Leon, Mr Smith, Cacofogo, Mr Cartwright: Margaretta, Mrs Barry: Estiphania, Mrs Cook. Next, @The Scornful Lady.@The Plain Dealer.@The Mock Astrologer.@The Jovial Crew.@The Beggars Bush.@Bartholomew-Fair.@The Moor of Venice.@Rollo.@The Humorous Lieutenant.@The Double Marriage.@ With divers others. George Powell, Preface to The Treacherous Brothers (1690): The Time was, upon the uniting of the Two Theatres, that the Reviveing of the old stock of Plays, so ingrost the study of the House, that the Poets lay dorment; and a new Play cou'd hardly get admittance, amongst the more precious pieces of Antiquity, that then waited to walk the Stage. Cibber, Apology, ed. Lowe, I, 95-96): I shall content myself with telling you that Mohun and Hart now growing old [for, above thirty Years before this Time, they had severally born the King's Commission of Major and Captain in the Civil Wars), and the younger Actors, as Goodman, Clark, and others, being impatient to get into their Parts, and growing intractable, the Audiences too of both Houses then falling off, the Patentees of each, by the King's Advice, which perhaps amounted to a Command, united their Interests and both Companies into one, exclusive of all others in the Year 1682. This Union was, however, so much in favour of the Duke's Company, that Hart left the Stage upon it, and Mohun survived not long after


Mainpiece Title: Title Unknown

Performance Comment: Prologue To the King and $Queen At the Opening of Their Theatre by Mr Dryden-Mr Batterton; Epilogue by the same Authour-Mr Smith.
Event Comment: Rich's Company. The date of the premiere is not known, but Dryden, writing on 14 Dec. 1699, indicates that this play had had its first performance by that date. The Dedication is dated 10 Jan. 1699@1700, and the play was advertised in the Post Boy, 20-23 Jan. 1699@1700. Preface, Edition of 1700: Another difficulty this Play labour'd under, was its being acted at a time when the whole Town was so much, and so justly diverted by the Trip to the Jubilee. When the play was revised and reprinted in 1714, the new edition--The Victim; or Achilles and Iphigenia in Aulis--indicates that The Invocation to Diana in the last act was set by Gottfreid Finger, the first verse being sung by Freeman, the second verse by Mrs Erwin, and the third verse by W. Pate. Advertisement, Edition of 1714: The following Tragedy...having been translated into English [from Racine], with considerable Additions, by Mr Boyer, and pass'd the Correction and Approbation of the late famous Mr Dryden, and several other Persons distinguish'd as well by their Wit and Learning, as by their Taste and Discernment, was acted with general Applause, towards the End of the Year 1699, and Beginning of 1700. The Reasons why this Excellent Play stopt, on a sudden, in a full Career, are, in some Measure, accounted for in Mr Boyer's Preface: To which he might have added, That the Dutchess of Marlborough, who at that Time bore an irresistable Sway, bespoke the Comedy then in Vogue [The Constant Couple], during the Ruin of Iphigenia in Aulis; And that this Tragedy receiv'd no small Prejudice, from the Person that acted Eriphyle [Mrs Wilkins], who sunk under the Weight of so great a Part. A Comparison Between the Two Stages (1702), pp. 24-25: Sullen: Then comes the second Iphigenia in all her Charms, and like a superious Mistress was resolv'd to eclipse her Rival: No cast was spar'd by the Masters, nor toil by the Actors; the Town was bespoke in its favour, and all the Friends of this new Fletcher and Beaumont were ingaged to clap it. She appear'd, but what pity 'twas (as the Prefacer says) that a Play which had such a glorious run shou'd in four Days disappear, never to rise again. Oh! says Mr D@@, mine was acted six Days; and I'll hold you a hundred Pound--just what I got by't--How's that?, says Boyer--I say, Sir, that I'll hold you, or any Man, a hundred Pound, 'twill be acted again ten times this Winter. With that B@@ fell a laughing, and replies, Sir, says he, I'll stake my French Dictionary against your Criticisms on Blackmore, and that I think is odds enough--I say,"I'll hold you that Bet, that you did not get fifty Shillings by't, and that the House lost a hundred Pound. This had like to ha' made sad work; but all was well, for neither of 'em have been acted since, for they both sleep in everlasting Tranquillity. [See also pp. 23-25 for other remarks about the two Iphigenia plays.


Mainpiece Title: Achilles; Or, Iphigenia In Aulis

Role: Cheek Esq Actor: Mr Powell
Role: Mr Motteux Actor: Mr Norris
Role: Eriphile Actor: Mrs Wilkins.
Event Comment: The United Company. Newdigate newsletters, 28 Nov. 1682: This day was Acted a new play called the Duke of Guise by Mr Dryden it was formerly forbidd as reflecting upon the D of Monmouth but by ye supplication of ye Author its now allowed to be acted (Wilson, Theatre Notes from the Newdigate Newsletters, p. 81). The Prologue and Epilogue, separately printed, bear Luttrell's date of acquisition (Huntington Library) as 4 Dec. 1682, but above this date Luttrell has written: "30 Nov." The Prologue and Epilogue are reprinted in Wiley, Rare Prologues and Epilogues, pp. 149-52. Dedication, Edition of 1683: In the Representation itself, it was persecuted with so notorious Malice by one side, that it secur'd us the Partiality of the other. In a report from the Abbe Rouchi, in London, 14 Dec. 1682, it is stated that the Duke of Guise was acted three times (Campana de Cavelli, Les Derniers Stuarts [Paris and London, 1871], I, 398). One song, Tell me Thyrsis all your anguish, with music by Captain Pack, is in the edition of 1683 and also in Choice Ayres and Songs, The Fourth Book, 1683


Mainpiece Title: The Duke Of Guise

Performance Comment: Edition of 1683: Prologue by Mr Dryden-Mr Smith; King-Kynaston; Guise-Betterton; Mayenne-Jevon; Crillon-Smith; Cardinal-Wiltshire; Archbishop-Perrin; Corso-Montfort; Polin-Bowman; Aumale-Carlile; Bussy-Saunders; Curate-Underhill; Malicorne-Percival; Melanax-Gillo; Sheriffs-Bright, Samford; Queen Mother-Lady Slingsby; Marmoutier-Mrs Barry; Epilogue by Mr Dryden-Mrs Cook; Another Epilogue Intended to have been Spoken to the Play before it was forbidden last Summer-.
Role: Mr Dryden Actor: Mr Smith
Role: King Actor: Kynaston
Role: Guise Actor: Betterton
Role: Mayenne Actor: Jevon
Role: Crillon Actor: Smith
Role: Cardinal Actor: Wiltshire
Role: Archbishop Actor: Perrin
Role: Corso Actor: Montfort
Role: Polin Actor: Bowman
Role: Aumale Actor: Carlile
Role: Bussy Actor: Saunders
Role: Curate Actor: Underhill
Role: Malicorne Actor: Percival
Role: Melanax Actor: Gillo
Role: Sheriffs Actor: Bright, Samford
Role: Queen Mother Actor: Lady Slingsby
Role: Marmoutier Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Mr Dryden Actor: Mrs Cook
Role: Another Epilogue Intended to have been Spoken to t Actor: .


Mainpiece Title: Courtship A La Mode

Role: Mr Farquhar Actor: Mr Powell
Role: Epilogue Actor: Will. Pinkethman
Role: Sir John Winmore Actor: Powel
Role: Bellair Actor: Wilks
Role: Sir Anthony Addle Actor: Norris
Role: Dick Addle Actor: Pinkethman
Role: Freelove Actor: Mills
Role: Alderman Chollerick Actor: Johnson
Role: Ned Chollerick Actor: Toms
Role: Willie Actor: Bullock
Role: Scowrer Actor: Fairbank
Role: Flora Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Melintha Actor: Mrs Moor
Role: Decoy Actor: Mrs Powel
Role: Timandra Actor: Mrs Temple
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Baker.


Mainpiece Title: A Very Good Wife

Role: Mr Congreve Actor: Mr Hains
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Courtwitt Actor: Powell
Role: Wellborn Actor: Hodgson
Role: Bonavent Actor: Alexander
Role: Squeezwit Actor: Bowen
Role: Venture Actor: Bright
Role: Hickman Actor: Trafusis
Role: Sneaksby Actor: Hains
Role: Aminadab Actor: Cibber
Role: Jeremy Actor: Lee
Role: Crack Actor: Lawson
Role: Annabella Actor: Mrs Mountfort
Role: Widow Lacy Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Carroll Actor: Mrs Lassels
Role: Mrs Sneaksby Actor: Mrs Lee.


Mainpiece Title: Concert

Entertainment: Divine Musick in Praise of Religion and Vertue-; both Vocal and instrumental, with new Anthems compos'd by Mr Blow; an Oration by Mr Collier; Pieces by Mr Tate, her Majesty's Poet Laureat. The edition of 1702 lists: The Introductory Poem Upon the Reformation of Poetry-Mr Tate Poet-Laureat to her Majesty; The First Anthem-, Compos'd by Dr Blow, and Sung in Westminster-Abbey, at Her Majesty's Coronation; The Oration-J. Collier/M.A.; The Second Anthem, Compos'd by Dr Blow: Te Deum Laudamus-; A Poem in Praise of Virtue- , Written by Mr Tate


Mainpiece Title: Concert

Music: Vocal and Instrumental Music-; Particularly a Sonata for a Flute and a Violin-Signior Gasperini, Mr Paisable; And likewise a Sonata for two Flutes-Mr Paisable, Mr Banister; the whole being entirely New. Margaretta Gallia mention'd in my former Bills, has since got a Cold, and is very much indispos'd, therefore will not venture to Sing; but in her room Several Pieces of the late Mr Henry Purcell-Mrs Lindsey, Mrs Hudson, Mr Hughes, Mr Laroone


Mainpiece Title: The Island Princess; Or, The Generous Portuguese

Performance Comment: The performers are listed in Add. MSS. 15, 318, and in a printed version, The Four Seasons; or, Love in every Age (1699). These two sources are essentially similar, but as they occasionally supplement each other, the following is a composite of the two sources: Prologue-Mr Powell; The Epilogue-Penkethman, Mrs Rogers; Prologue to The Four Seasons-Mr Leveridge; Armusia-Powell; Ruidias-Mills; Piniero-Thomas; King of Tidero-Evans; Governor or Tyrant-Johnson; King of Bokam-Bullock; Prince of Syana-Mrs Kent; Quisara-Mrs Rogers; Panura-Mrs Wilkins; Act II: A Masque The Music by Daniel Purcel. The Words fitted to the Notes by the Author-Leveridge, Freeman, Pate, Miss Campion, Magnus's Boy, Miss Lindsey; Act III: A Song set by Daniel Purcell-; Act IV: A Dialogue between a Clown and his Wife set by Leveridge-Pate, Leveridge; An Incantation set by Mr D. Purcell-Bowen, Freeman, Pate; The Enthusiastick Song Set by Mr Leveridge-Mr Leveridge; Act V: The Four Seasons Set by Mr Jeremy Clarke-Leveridge, Freeman, Miss Campion, Magnus's Boy, Miss Lindsey, Pate, Crossfield.


Mainpiece Title: Venice Preserv'd

Performance Comment: See16820209, but Prologue To His Royal Highness Upon His first appearance at the Duke's Theatre since his Return from Scotland. Written by Mr Dryden-Mr Smith; The Epilogue Written by Mr Otway to his Play call'd Venice Preserv'd; or a Plot Discover'd; Spoken upon his Royal Highness the Duke of York's coming to the Theatre, Friday, April 21, 1682-. The Epilogue Written by Mr Otway to his Play call'd Venice Preserv'd; or a Plot Discover'd; Spoken upon his Royal Highness the Duke of York's coming to the Theatre, Friday, April 21, 1682-.
Role: Mr Dryden Actor: Mr Smith


Mainpiece Title: The Rival Sisters; Or, The Violence Of Love

Performance Comment: Edition of 1696: Prologue by Mr D'Urfey-Mr Horden; Epilogue by Mr D'Urfey-Mr Verbruggen who enters laughing; Vilarezo-Dizny; Sebastian-Verbruggen; Antonio-Powel Jr; Alonzo-Williams; Vilander-Horden; Gerardo-Johnson; Diego-Tho. Kent; Catalina-Mrs Knight; Berinthia-Mrs Rogers; Alphanta-Miss Cross; Ansilva-Mrs Verbruggen; Julia-Mrs Seagrove; Clara-Mrs Newman.
Role: Mr D'Urfey Actor: Mr Horden
Role: Mr D'Urfey Actor: Mr Verbruggen who enters laughing
Role: Vilarezo Actor: Dizny
Role: Sebastian Actor: Verbruggen
Role: Antonio Actor: Powel Jr
Role: Alonzo Actor: Williams
Role: Vilander Actor: Horden
Role: Gerardo Actor: Johnson
Role: Diego Actor: Tho. Kent
Role: Catalina Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Berinthia Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Alphanta Actor: Miss Cross
Role: Ansilva Actor: Mrs Verbruggen
Role: Julia Actor: Mrs Seagrove
Role: Clara Actor: Mrs Newman.


Mainpiece Title: The Innocent Mistress

Role: Sir Charles Beauclair Actor: Betterton
Role: Sir Francis Wildlove Actor: Verbruggen
Role: Searchwell Actor: Knap
Role: Beaumont Actor: Hodgson
Role: Spendall Actor: Bowman
Role: Lyonell Actor: Freeman
Role: Cheatall Actor: Bowen
Role: Gentil Actor: Harris
Role: Flywife Actor: Underhill
Role: Bellinda Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Mrs Beauclair Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Arabella Actor: Mrs Prince
Role: Lady Beauclair Actor: Mrs Lee
Role: Peggy Actor: Mrs Howard
Role: Eugenia Actor: Mrs Lawson
Role: Dresswell Actor: Mrs DuQua
Role: Mrs Flywife Actor: Mrs Lassel
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Willis
Role: Mr Motteux Actor: Mr Verbruggen
Role: Epilogue by Mr Motteux Actor: Mr Scudamore.


Mainpiece Title: The Husband His Own Cuckold

Performance Comment: Edition of 1696: Prologue by Mr Congreve-Mr Betterton; Epilogue-Mrs Bracegirdle by Mr Dryden.


Mainpiece Title: Measure For Measure; Or, Beauty The Best Advocate

Role: Mr Oldmixon Actor: Mr Betterton
Role: Epilogue Actor:
Role: Shakespear's Ghost Actor: Mr Verbruggen
Role: Duke of Savoy Actor: Arnold
Role: Angelo Actor: Betterton
Role: Escalus Actor: Berry
Role: Claudio Actor: Verbrugen
Role: Lucio Actor: Baile
Role: Balthazar Actor: Pack
Role: Provost Actor: Freeman
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Julietta Actor: Mrs Bowman
Role: Mariana Actor: Mrs Prince.


Mainpiece Title: Mr Turbulent; Or, The Melanchollicks

Role: Timothy Turbulent Actor: Underhil
Role: Furnish Actor: Jevon
Role: Hangby Actor: Gillow
Role: Grin Sneak Actor: Norris
Role: Finical Cringe Actor: Nokes
Role: Rabsheka Sly Actor: Bowman
Role: Abednego Suck Thumb Actor: Anthony Leigh
Role: Fairlove Actor: Williams
Role: Friendly Actor: Wiltsher
Role: Dr Quibus Actor: Peircival
Role: Pollux Actor: Richards
Role: Mrs Turbulent Actor: Mrs Norris
Role: Lady Medler Actor: Mrs Currer
Role: Lucia Actor: Lady Slingsby
Role: Priscilla Actor: Mrs Price
Role: Mrs Sly Actor: Mrs Osborn
Role: The Prologue Actor: Lady Slingsby
Role: The Epilogue Actor: Mr Turbulent.


Mainpiece Title: The Disappointment; Or, The Mother In Fashion

Role: Alphonso Actor: Betterton
Role: Lorenzo Actor: Smith
Role: Alberto Actor: Wilshire
Role: Lesbino Actor: Carlisle
Role: Rogero Actor: Leigh
Role: Erminia Actor: Mrs Cook
Role: Juliana Actor: Mrs Percival
Role: Angelline Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Her Supposed Mother Actor: Mrs Corey
Role: Clara Actor: Mrs Leigh
Role: Mr John Dryden Actor: Mr Betterton
Role: Esq Actor: .


Mainpiece Title: The Female Vertuosos

Performance Comment: Edition of 1693: Prologue by Mr Doggett-Mr Doggett; Sir Maurice Meanwell-Underhill; Meanwell-Hodgson; Sir Timothy Witless-Bright; Wittless-Doggett; Sir Maggot Jingle-Bowman; Clerimont-Powell; Trap-Bowen; Bully-Hains; Lady Meanwell-Mrs Leigh; Lovewitt-Mrs Knight; Mariana-Mrs Bracegirdle; Catchat-Mrs Mountfort; Lucy-Mrs Rogers; The Epilogue-Mrs Catchat.
Role: Mr Doggett Actor: Mr Doggett
Role: Sir Maurice Meanwell Actor: Underhill
Role: Meanwell Actor: Hodgson
Role: Sir Timothy Witless Actor: Bright
Role: Wittless Actor: Doggett
Role: Sir Maggot Jingle Actor: Bowman
Role: Clerimont Actor: Powell
Role: Trap Actor: Bowen
Role: Bully Actor: Hains
Role: Lady Meanwell Actor: Mrs Leigh
Role: Lovewitt Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Mariana Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Catchat Actor: Mrs Mountfort
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: The Epilogue Actor: Mrs Catchat.


Mainpiece Title: Fatal Friendship

Role: Mr Harman Actor: Mr Bowen
Role: Count Roquelaure Actor: Kynaston
Role: Gramont Actor: Betterton
Role: Castalio Actor: Verbruggen
Role: Bellgard Actor: Thurmond
Role: Bernardo Actor: Arnold
Role: Lamira Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Felicia Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Marian Actor: Mrs Martin.


Mainpiece Title: Concert

Music: Mr Abell; having had the Honour lately, to Sing to the Nobility and Gentry of Richmond and the Neighbouring Towns, thinks himself bound in return his most Humble Thanks with a Performance of New Musick, in English, Latin, Italian, French-Mr Abell; &c....being Honour'd and Accompany'd-the Greatest Masters of Europe


Mainpiece Title: The Tender Husband

Role: Biddy Actor: Mrs Oldfield
Role: With a new Mimical Prologue Actor:
Role: Mr Cibber Actor: Mr Cibber.


Mainpiece Title: The Richmond Heiress

Performance Comment: And at the Desire of several Persons of Quality, and to Entertain them and others of his Friends, there will be a New Oration by way of Prologue by Mr Durfey-Mr Durfey.
Role: Mr Durfey Actor: Mr Durfey.

Song: Variety of Songs-


Mainpiece Title: The Old Batchelor

Role: Heartwell Actor: Rosco
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Mullart
Role: Mr Hippisley Actor: Mr Hippisley on Himself.
Role: Vainlove Actor: Gibson
Role: Fondlewife Actor: Hippisley
Role: Barnaby Actor: Bencraft.
Role: Bellmour Actor: Ryan
Role: Sharper Actor: Hale
Role: Setter Actor: Jones
Role: Sir Joseph Actor: Neale
Role: Bluff Actor: Mullart
Role: Belinda Actor: Mrs Bellamy
Role: Araminta Actor: Mrs Hale
Role: Sylvia Actor: Mrs Vincent
Role: Laetitia Actor: Mrs Woffington

Afterpiece Title: The Tragedy of Tragedies; or, The Life and Death of Tom Thumb the Great

Role: Tom Thumb Actor: Master Hippisley
Role: King Arthur Actor: Mullart
Role: Grizzle Actor: Hallam
Role: Queen Dollalolla Actor: Mrs Mullart
Role: Huncamunca Actor: Mrs Woodward.

Dance: IItalian Peasants-Desnoyer, Signora Barberini; Wooden Shoe Dance-Mechel

Music: V: Handel's Water@Musick, a Preamble on the Kettle Drums-Jo. Woodbridge


Mainpiece Title: Every Man In His Humour

Role: Kitely Actor: Garrick
Role: Young Knowell Actor: J. Aickin
Role: Wellbred Actor: Jefferson
Role: Cash Actor: Brereton, first time
Role: Bridget Actor: Mrs Davies
Role: Bobadil Actor: King
Role: Justice Clement Actor: Hartry
Role: Cob Actor: Moody
Role: Mrs Kitely Actor: Miss Younge
Role: Brainworm Actor: Baddeley
Role: Downright Actor: Bransby
Role: Tib Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Mr Stephen Actor: Weston
Role: Mr Matthew Actor: W. Palmer
Role: Old Knowell Actor: Hurst.

Afterpiece Title: Polly Honeycomb

Role: Mr Honeycomb Actor: Parsons
Role: Scribble Actor: Dodd
Role: Ledger Actor: Bransby
Role: Mrs Honeycomb Actor: Mrs Johnston
Role: Polly Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Nurse Actor: Mrs Bradshaw.

Dance: End: The Mountaineers, as17730930 Como, Sga Crespi (2nd appearance)


Mainpiece Title: New Brooms

Role: Sprightly Actor: King
Role: Phelim Actor: Moody
Role: Catcall Actor: Palmer
Role: Sir Dulcimer Dunder Actor: Parsons
Role: Sailor Actor: Bannister
Role: Mezzetin Actor: Baddeley
Role: Furrow Actor: Wrighten
Role: Dripping Actor: Griffiths
Role: Musician Actor: Wright
Role: Frank Furrow Actor: Burton
Role: Lad Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Crotchet Actor: Dodd
Role: Mrs Dripping Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Mrs Furrow Actor: Mrs Love
Role: Doxy Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Miss Dripping Actor: Miss Stageldoir
Role: Miss Quaver Actor: Mrs Wrighten
Role: unassigned Actor: Carpenter
Role: not listed on playbill, Actor: King

Afterpiece Title: Matilda

Role: Morcar Actor: Reddish
Role: Siward Actor: Palmer
Role: Oswald Actor: Chaplin
Role: Harold Actor: Wrighten
Role: Edwin Actor: Smith
Role: Bertha Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Matilda Actor: Miss Younge.

Afterpiece Title: The Mayor of Garratt

Role: Jerry Sneak Actor: A Young Gentleman
Role: Sir Jacob Jollup Actor: Waldron
Role: Mr Bruin Actor: Wright
Role: Lint Actor: Wrighten
Role: Heeltap Actor: Bransby
Role: Major Sturgeon Actor: Bannister
Role: Mrs Bruin Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Mrs Sneak Actor: Mrs Wrighten.


Mainpiece Title: At Hay The Recruiting Officer

Role: Mr Ballance Actor: Packer
Role: Scale Actor: Fawcett
Role: Scruple Actor: Maddocks
Role: Mr Worthy Actor: read byWhitfield
Role: Captain Plume Actor: Wroughton
Role: Captain Brazen Actor: Dodd
Role: Serjeant Kite Actor: Caulfield
Role: Bullock Actor: Moody
Role: Coster Pearmain Actor: Hollingsworth
Role: Appletree Actor: Burton
Role: Welch Collier Actor: Suett
Role: Constable Actor: Banks
Role: Sylvia Actor: Mrs Jordan
Role: Melinda Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Lucy Actor: Miss Tidswell
Role: Rose Actor: Miss Pope.

Afterpiece Title: The Mariners

Role: Mr Indigo Actor: Suett
Role: Charles Actor: Bland
Role: Henry Actor: Dignum
Role: Clover Actor: Sedgwick
Role: Mizin Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Flintbourg Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Sea Boys Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Landlord Actor: Burton
Role: Chequer Actor: Fawcett
Role: Trusty Actor: Maddocks
Role: Caustic Actor: Webb
Role: Sophia Actor: Mrs Crouch
Role: Susan Actor: Miss Collins
Role: Bell Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Julia Actor: Miss Menage
Role: Rest of the Vocal Characters Actor: Caulfield, Danby, Welsh, Shaw