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Event Comment: Benefit for Mr and Mrs Daniel who live at No 17, Stewarts Rents, bottom of Great Wild St.


Mainpiece Title: Venice Preserved; Or, A Plot Discovered

Performance Comment: Pierre-Gentleman who played Gloucester in Jane Shore; Belvidera-Mrs Daniel.

Afterpiece Title: The Lying Valet

Event Comment: Benefit for Mr and Mrs Knight. Mainpiece: Not acted these 20 years [acted 1 Oct. 1779]. Times, 1 May: Tickets to be had of Mr and Mrs Knight, No. 47, Rathbone-place. Receipts: #270 11s. 6d. (138.19.6; 4.9.6; tickets: 127.2.6)


Mainpiece Title: Every Man In His Humour

Performance Comment: Kitely-Holman; Justice Clement-Munden; Old Knowell-Murray; Master Stephen-Knight; Brain@Worm-Townsend; Young Knowell-Clarke; Wellbred-Whitfield; Master Matthew-Simmons; Cash-Farley; Downright-Waddy; Formal-Rees; Cob-Thompson; Captain Bobadil (for that night only)-Cubitt (1st appearance on this stage these 3 [recte 4] years); Bridget-Miss Mansel; Tib-Mrs Gilbert; Mrs Kitely-Miss Betterton.
Role: Kitely Actor: Holman
Role: Justice Clement Actor: Munden
Role: Old Knowell Actor: Murray
Role: Master Stephen Actor: Knight
Role: Brain@Worm Actor: Townsend
Role: Young Knowell Actor: Clarke
Role: Wellbred Actor: Whitfield
Role: Master Matthew Actor: Simmons
Role: Cash Actor: Farley
Role: Downright Actor: Waddy
Role: Formal Actor: Rees
Role: Cob Actor: Thompson
Role: Captain Bobadil Actor: Cubitt
Role: Bridget Actor: Miss Mansel
Role: Tib Actor: Mrs Gilbert
Role: Mrs Kitely Actor: Miss Betterton.

Afterpiece Title: High Life below Stairs

Performance Comment: Lord Duke-Lewis; Lovel-Munden; Sir Harry-Knight; Freeman-Clarke; Phillip-Davenport; Kitty (with a song)-Mrs Knight.
Role: Lord Duke Actor: Lewis
Role: Lovel Actor: Munden
Role: Sir Harry Actor: Knight
Role: Freeman Actor: Clarke
Role: Phillip Actor: Davenport
Role: Kitty Actor: Mrs Knight.

Dance: In afterpiece: Mock Minuet-Mr and Mrs Knight

Entertainment: Singing and Monologues.End: a Dialogue Duet (1st time), The Pledge of Love; or, British Tar's Farewell-Incledon, Mrs Mountain (the Music entirely New); The Barber's Petition, with a song in character, Wigs (including his Own Wig, The Doctor's Wig, Counsellor's Wig, The Lover's Wig, Coachman's Wig, etc.)-Knight; Ode on the Passions-Mrs Pope; Old Towler-Incledon

Performance Comment: End: a Dialogue Duet (1st time), The Pledge of Love; or, British Tar's Farewell-Incledon, Mrs Mountain (the Music entirely New); The Barber's Petition, with a song in character, Wigs (including his Own Wig, The Doctor's Wig, Counsellor's Wig, The Lover's Wig, Coachman's Wig, etc.)-Knight; Ode on the Passions-Mrs Pope; Old Towler-Incledon.


Mainpiece Title: The Miser

Performance Comment: Lovegold-Norris, the first time of his appearing on any stage since the Union of the Companies (Daily Advertiser, 30 May); Frederick-Wignel; Clerimont-Richardson; James-Topham; Ramilie-Miss Beckington; Mariana-Miss Mann; Harriet-Mrs Achurch; Mrs Wisely-Mrs Herle; Wheedle-Miss Hughes; Lappet-Miss H. Hughes. A new Prologue and Epilogue, both by Norris .

Dance: I: Scotch Dance by Mr and Mrs Davenport. III: Minuet by Mrs Grognet and Mrs Sanderson. V: Dutch Skipper by Mr and Mrs Davenport. Black Joak by Smith and Miss Mann

Performance Comment: III: Minuet by Mrs Grognet and Mrs Sanderson. V: Dutch Skipper by Mr and Mrs Davenport. Black Joak by Smith and Miss Mann .

Song: II: Italian Song by Miss Young. IV: Italian Song by Mrs Mason

Performance Comment: IV: Italian Song by Mrs Mason .
Event Comment: Benefit for Farley, Waddy & Mrs Chapman. Afterpiece: To conclude with the Ceremony Usual at the Death of a Deserter. Receipts: #412 18s. (78.5; 4.4; tickets: 330.9)


Mainpiece Title: Wild Oats

Performance Comment: Rover-Lewis; Harry-Holman; Sir George Thunder-Waddy; Ephraim Smooth (with A Bundle of Proverbs)-Munden; John Dory-Fawcett; Sim-Knight; Banks-Murray; Midge-Claremont; Gammon-Thompson; Lamp-Simmons; Landlord-Atkins; Trap-Whitmore; Twitch-Wilde; Waiter-Curties; Jane-Mrs Chapman; Amelia-Miss Chapman; Lady Amaranth-Mrs Pope.
Role: Rover Actor: Lewis
Role: Harry Actor: Holman
Role: Sir George Thunder Actor: Waddy
Role: Ephraim Smooth Actor: Munden
Role: John Dory Actor: Fawcett
Role: Sim Actor: Knight
Role: Banks Actor: Murray
Role: Midge Actor: Claremont
Role: Gammon Actor: Thompson
Role: Lamp Actor: Simmons
Role: Landlord Actor: Atkins
Role: Trap Actor: Whitmore
Role: Twitch Actor: Wilde
Role: Waiter Actor: Curties
Role: Jane Actor: Mrs Chapman
Role: Amelia Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Lady Amaranth Actor: Mrs Pope.

Afterpiece Title: The Deserter of Naples

Performance Comment: As18000429, but Henry-Farley (1st appearance in that character); added: Simpkin (2nd time)-Bologna Jun.; King-Bologna; Officers-Atkins, Curties, Lee; Country Lads-_Curties, _Lee, Howell, +Whitmore, +Klanert, +Webb; Lasses-Mrs +Dibdin.
Role: Henry Actor: Farley
Role: Simpkin Actor: Bologna Jun.
Role: King Actor: Bologna
Role: Officers Actor: Atkins, Curties, Lee
Role: Country Lads Actor:
Role: Lasses Actor: Mrs +Dibdin.
Role: Jacintha Actor: Mrs H. Johnston
Role: Isabella Actor: Miss Leserve
Role: Leonora Actor: the Late Miss Betterton
Role: Sancho Actor: Fawcett
Role: Don Carlos Actor: Holman
Role: Lopez Actor: Munden
Role: Don Lorenzo Actor: Claremont
Role: Don Alvarez Actor: Davenport
Role: Don Felix Actor: Thompson
Role: Angelina Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Simpkin Actor: Bologna Jun.
Role: Louisa's Father Actor: Lewiss
Role: Jailer Actor: Hawtin
Role: Skirmish Actor: Delpini
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Mills
Role: Louisa's Mother Actor: Mrs Whitmore
Role: Louisa Actor: Mrs H. Johnston

Dance: After Singing at end: A New Dance- (By Permission of the Proprietors of the Royal Circus) composed by Byrne, in which Mr Byrne, Mrs Byrne, will make their 1st appearance on this stage these 4 years, assisted by the three Miss Adams', Master Byrne (Their 1st appearance on this stage), Blurton, Platt, Wilde, L. Bologna, Lewiss, Klanert, Mrs Watts, Mrs Follett, Mrs Bologna, Miss Cox, Miss Bologna, Miss Dibdin

Performance Comment: Bologna, Lewiss, Klanert, Mrs Watts, Mrs Follett, Mrs Bologna, Miss Cox, Miss Bologna, Miss Dibdin.

Song: End II: Black Ey'd Susan-Incledon; End IV: The Anchor Smiths-Townsend; End: Boxing the Compass-Fawcett; Old Towler-Incledon


Mainpiece Title: The Twin Rivals

Performance Comment: Elder Woudbe-Este; Young Woudbe-Cross; Trueman-Turbutt; Richmore-Woodburn; Subtleman-Cole; Alderman-Salway; Clear-account-Wright; Fairbank-Dove; Teague-Jones; Jack-Leigh; Constable-Gray; Mrs Midnight-Topham; Aurelia-Mrs Pritchard; Constance-Mrs Cantrell; Steward's Wife-Mrs Cross; Maid-Miss Jones .
Role: Elder Woudbe Actor: Este
Role: Young Woudbe Actor: Cross
Role: Trueman Actor: Turbutt
Role: Richmore Actor: Woodburn
Role: Subtleman Actor: Cole
Role: Alderman Actor: Salway
Role: Clear Actor: account-Wright
Role: account Actor: Wright
Role: Fairbank Actor: Dove
Role: Teague Actor: Jones
Role: Jack Actor: Leigh
Role: Constable Actor: Gray
Role: Mrs Midnight Actor: Topham
Role: Aurelia Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Constance Actor: Mrs Cantrell
Role: Steward's Wife Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Maid Actor: Miss Jones

Afterpiece Title: The Honest Yorkshireman

Performance Comment: AS15 July. Prologue and Epilogue, as17350715.

Music: As17350715

Dance: French Peasant by Vallois and Mrs Woodward. Two Pierrots by Vallois and Davenport. Le Gout Anglois by Mr and Mrs Davenport

Performance Comment: Two Pierrots by Vallois and Davenport. Le Gout Anglois by Mr and Mrs Davenport .

Song: As17350718

Event Comment: Benefit Este and Wright. Mainpiece: Written by Mr Farquhar. [Tickets for Cross, Raftor, and Arne taken.]


Mainpiece Title: The Twin Rivals

Role: Elder Woudbe Actor: Mills
Role: Young Woudbe Actor: W. Mills
Role: Trueman Actor: Cibber
Role: Teague Actor: Miller
Role: Richmore Actor: Berry
Role: Subtleman Actor: Bardin
Role: Alderman Actor: Johnson
Role: Balderdash Actor: Shepard
Role: Clearaccount Actor: Winstone
Role: Frisure Actor: Cross
Role: Comic Actor: Oates
Role: Captain Actor: Cole
Role: Fairbank Actor: Turbutt
Role: Squire Actor: Este
Role: Mrs Clearaccount Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Villeneuve
Role: Aurelia Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Constance Actor: Miss Holliday
Role: Mrs Midnight Actor: Harper

Afterpiece Title: The Livery Rake and Country Lass

Performance Comment: Livery Rake-Este; Phillis (Country Lass)-Mrs Clive; Landlord Toby-Salway; Phillis (Chambermaid)-Mrs Pritchard; Harry-Turbutt; James-Raftor; Lucy-Mrs Villeneuve; Dorcas-Mrs Cross. With an Epilogue (wrote by Jo. Haines, Comedian, of facetious Memory), to be spoke by Mr Cibber, riding on an Ass .
Role: Livery Rake Actor: Este
Role: Phillis Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Landlord Toby Actor: Salway
Role: Phillis Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Harry Actor: Turbutt
Role: James Actor: Raftor
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Villeneuve
Role: Dorcas Actor: Mrs Cross. With an Epilogue

Music: Select Pieces between the Acts, composed by Arne, particularly the March in Zara

Dance: I: English Maggot by Villeneuve and Mrs Walter. II: Scot's Dance by Mr and Mrs Davenport. III: Drunken Peasant by Phillips. IV: Minuet by Villeneuve and Mrs Anderson. V: Grand Ballet by Essex, Mrs Walter, &c

Performance Comment: II: Scot's Dance by Mr and Mrs Davenport. III: Drunken Peasant by Phillips. IV: Minuet by Villeneuve and Mrs Anderson. V: Grand Ballet by Essex, Mrs Walter, &c .


Event Comment: At Bridges, Cross, Burton and Vaughan's Great Theatrical Booth in the George Inn Yard, will be presented an Historical Drama never acted before call'd The Northern Heroes; or, The Bloody Contest between Charles XII, King of Sweden, and Peter the Great, Czar of Muscovy, with the Loves of Count Gillensternia, a Swedish General and the Fair Elimira, a Russian Princess, Containing the most remarkable Events of that Time; and concluding with the Memorable Battle of Pultowav, and Charles's Retreat into the Turkish Dominionv. Interspers'd with a Comic Interlude (never perform'd before) called The Volunteers; or, the Adventures of Roderick Random and his Friend Strap. Also the Comical Humours and Amours of Corporal Garbage and Serjeant Slim, with Mrs Vanspriggen the Swedish Sutler's Widow; the merry Pranks of her foolish son Janny, and several other diverting incidents. Boxes 2s. 6d. Pit 1s. 6d. First Gallery 1s. Upper Gallery 6d. To begin each Day at Twelve o'clock. [This notice repeated during "the short Time of the Fair." Notice repeated 24, 26, 27 Aug.


Mainpiece Title: The Northern Heros

Performance Comment: Charles XII-Usher; Prince of Wurtemburgh-Jackson; Gillensternia-Hazard; Count Piper-Thomson; Mazeppa-Reid; Czar-Burton; Dolgoruki-Paget; Menzikoif-Jones; Ivan-Shawford; Elimira-Mrs Cross.
Role: Charles XII Actor: Usher
Role: Prince of Wurtemburgh Actor: Jackson
Role: Gillensternia Actor: Hazard
Role: Count Piper Actor: Thomson
Role: Mazeppa Actor: Reid
Role: Czar Actor: Burton
Role: Dolgoruki Actor: Paget
Role: Menzikoif Actor: Jones
Role: Ivan Actor: Shawford
Role: Elimira Actor: Mrs Cross.

Afterpiece Title: The Volunteers; or, The Adventures of Roderick Random and his Friend Strap

Performance Comment: Roderick Random-Cross; Garbage-Bridges; Slim-Storer; Strap-Paddick; Widow Vanspriggen-Mrs Bridges; Moll-Mrs Vaughan; Mrs Rank-Miss Ferguson; Mrs File-Mrs Shawford; Mrs Machegogan-Mrs Paddick; Madge-Miss Tyler; Janny-Vaughan.
Role: Roderick Random Actor: Cross
Role: Garbage Actor: Bridges
Role: Slim Actor: Storer
Role: Strap Actor: Paddick
Role: Widow Vanspriggen Actor: Mrs Bridges
Role: Moll Actor: Mrs Vaughan
Role: Mrs Rank Actor: Miss Ferguson
Role: Mrs File Actor: Mrs Shawford
Role: Mrs Machegogan Actor: Mrs Paddick
Role: Madge Actor: Miss Tyler
Role: Janny Actor: Vaughan.

Dance: Mr Shawford, Mrs Shawford, Master Cross, Mrs Vaughan


Mainpiece Title: The Provok'd Husband

Performance Comment: Townly-Cross; Lady Townly-Mrs Pritchard; Lady Grace-Mrs Cross; Lady Wronghead-Mrs Cantrell; Manly-Woodburn; Basset-Este; Sir Francis-Jones; Richard-Master Green; Myrtilla-Mrs Davenport; Jenny-Miss Brunette; Trusty-Miss Jones; Mrs Motherly-Mrs Miller .
Role: Townly Actor: Cross
Role: Lady Townly Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Lady Grace Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Lady Wronghead Actor: Mrs Cantrell
Role: Manly Actor: Woodburn
Role: Basset Actor: Este
Role: Sir Francis Actor: Jones
Role: Richard Actor: Master Green
Role: Myrtilla Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Jenny Actor: Miss Brunette
Role: Trusty Actor: Miss Jones
Role: Mrs Motherly Actor: Mrs Miller

Afterpiece Title: The Honest Yorkshireman

Performance Comment: As17350715 Prologue and Epilogue, as17350715.

Music: As17350715

Dance: Louvre and Minuet by Vallois and Mrs Anderson. Two Pierrots by Vallois and Davenport. Scotch Dance by Mr and Mrs Davenport

Performance Comment: Two Pierrots by Vallois and Davenport. Scotch Dance by Mr and Mrs Davenport .

Song: English Cantata by a Scholar of Carey's

Event Comment: [Benefit on one-half value of tickets basis to nine ticket holders. The General Advertiser notice lists beneficiaries as Harrington (Prompter); Stede, Carr, Mrs Bland, Mrs Rowley.] Tickets deliver'd by Mrs Daniel, Mrs Dumont, &c will be taken. /For Box Pit Gallery Value Half-Value/Harrington 7 29 22 #8 6s. #4 3s./Stede 7 52 59 #15 9s. #7 14s. 6d./Carr 6 53 46 #14 1s. #7 0s. 6d./Mrs Rowley 27 77 44 #22 14s. #11 7s./Mrs Dumont 36 31 32 #16 17s. #8 8s. 6d./Mrs Bland 9 56 91 #19 15s. #9 17s. 6d./Mrs Dupre 5 33 42 #10 8s. #5 4s./Mrs Daniel .. 45 109 #17 13s. #8 16s. 6d./Mrs Hitchcock 34 58 31 #20 6s. ........./Totals 131 434 476 #145 9s. #62 11s. 6d./ [Mrs Hitchcock seems to have received the full value of her tickets.] This Day is Publish'd A Treatis on the Passions so far as they regard the stage, with a critical inquiry into the Theatrical Merit of Mr G k, Mr Q n, and Mr B y, the first considered in the part of Lear, the last two oppos'd in Othello. By S. Foote, Esq


Mainpiece Title: The Committee

Performance Comment: As17461017, but Day-Arthur; Obadiah-Morgan; Mrs Day-Mrs Bland; Arabella-Mrs Rowley; Mrs Chat-Mrs Daniel.
Role: Day Actor: Arthur
Role: Obadiah Actor: Morgan
Role: Mrs Day Actor: Mrs Bland
Role: Arabella Actor: Mrs Rowley
Role: Mrs Chat Actor: Mrs Daniel.
Role: Story Actor: Rosco.
Role: Teague Actor: Morris, from Dublin, 1st appearance on English stage
Role: Careless Actor: Ryan
Role: Ruth Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Blunt Actor: Cashell
Role: Arbella Actor: Mrs Hale
Role: Abel Actor: Woodward
Role: Bookseller Actor: James.

Afterpiece Title: Phebe

Role: Hunter Actor: Beard
Role: Phebe Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Tippet Actor: Miss Hippisley
Role: Quorum Actor: Marten
Role: Chaunter Actor: Bridgwater.

Dance: The English Boy, English Girl

Event Comment: Benefit Mrs Daniel. [Prices return to Boxes 2s. 6d. Pit and First Gallery 1s. 6d. Upper Gallery 1s.] Tickets of Mrs Daniel at Mrs Cliff's, in Buckle St., near the Lead House, Goodman's Fields; Cardmakers Arms in Gray's Inn Passage, Red Lion Square; King Harry's Head, Red Lion St., Goodman's Field


Mainpiece Title: The Constant Couple

Performance Comment: Sir Harry-Mrs Daniel; Standard-a Gentleman; with an occasional Epilogue-Mrs Daniel in the Character of Sir Harry Wildair.

Afterpiece Title: The Devil to Pay

Role: Sir John Actor: Brett.
Event Comment: Benefit Anderson, Dupre, Mrs Bland. Tickets delivered out for Goodall, Mrs Daniel, Miss Morrison will be taken. Mainpiece not acted these 5 years


Mainpiece Title: The Country Lasses; Or, The Custom Of The Manor

Performance Comment: Heartwell-Hale; Modely-Chapman; Freehold-Bridgwater; Sir John-Goodall; Lurcher-Anderson; Doublejugg-Hippisley; Vulture-Woodward; Carbuncle-Marten; Sneak-Vaughan; Timothy Shacklefigure-James; Longbottom-Bencraft; Aura-Mrs Daniel (1st time of appearing on that stage); Flora-Mrs Bland.
Role: Heartwell Actor: Hale
Role: Modely Actor: Chapman
Role: Freehold Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Sir John Actor: Goodall
Role: Lurcher Actor: Anderson
Role: Doublejugg Actor: Hippisley
Role: Vulture Actor: Woodward
Role: Carbuncle Actor: Marten
Role: Sneak Actor: Vaughan
Role: Timothy Shacklefigure Actor: James
Role: Longbottom Actor: Bencraft
Role: Aura Actor: Mrs Daniel
Role: Flora Actor: Mrs Bland.

Afterpiece Title: The Rape of Proserpine

Song: WWe're Gaily yet-Beard

Dance: Sodi

Event Comment: Benefit of Nicholson and Mrs Daniel. A Concert, etc


Mainpiece Title: Jane Shore

Performance Comment: Gloster-Jones; Hastings-Barronton [sic]; Bellmore-Palmer? (Daily Advertiser) Pinner (General Advertiser); Catesby-Blakey; Shore-Shakleton; Alicia-Mrs Bambridge; Jane Shore-Mrs Daniels.
Role: Gloster Actor: Jones
Role: Hastings Actor: Barronton
Role: Bellmore Actor: Palmer?
Role: Catesby Actor: Blakey
Role: Shore Actor: Shakleton
Role: Alicia Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Jane Shore Actor: Mrs Daniels.

Afterpiece Title: Miss in Her Teens

Dance: LLouvre, Minuet-Miss Mondozie, Nicholson

Event Comment: Afterpiece: A burlesque tragedy. Benefit Mrs Daniel. [Customary concert formula.] Boxes 2s. 6d. Pit 1s. 6d. First Gallery 1s. Upper Gallery 6d. Note, The performance will be carried on by Persons used to the Stage, and not by People unacquainted with it, as has been too often practiced in Benefits at the same theatre


Mainpiece Title: The Constant Couple

Performance Comment: Sir Harry Wildair-a Gentleman; Lady Lurewell-Mrs Daniel.

Afterpiece Title: Chrononhotonthologos

Event Comment: Benefit for Aickin. [Meredith is identified in European Magazine, May 1789, p. 410, which also states address was written by a Mr Vardill.] Mainpiece: End of Act II the Grand Triumphal Entry of Alexander into Babylon. Public Advertiser, 24 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Aickin at his house, No. 5, Gower-street, Bedford-square. Receipts: #228 4s. 6d. (155.17.6; 8.2.0; tickets 64.5.0)


Mainpiece Title: Alexander The Great

Performance Comment: Alexander-A Gentleman (1st appearance on any stage Meredith); Lysimachus-Farren; Hephestion-Davies; Cassander-Fearon; Polyperchon-Macready; Thessalus-Evatt; Clytus-Aickin; Statira-Miss Brunton; Sysigambis-Mrs Platt; Parisatis-Mrs Inchbald; Roxana-Mrs Pope.
Role: Alexander Actor: A Gentleman
Role: Lysimachus Actor: Farren
Role: Hephestion Actor: Davies
Role: Cassander Actor: Fearon
Role: Polyperchon Actor: Macready
Role: Thessalus Actor: Evatt
Role: Clytus Actor: Aickin
Role: Statira Actor: Miss Brunton
Role: Sysigambis Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Parisatis Actor: Mrs Inchbald
Role: Roxana Actor: Mrs Pope.
Related Works
Related Work: Alexander the Great Author(s): Daniel Purcell

Afterpiece Title: Midas

Role: Pan Actor: Cubitt.
Role: Midas Actor: Edwin
Role: Sileno Actor: Davies
Role: Damaetas Actor: Rock
Role: Jupiter Actor: Darley
Role: Apollo Actor: Johnstone
Role: Daphne Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Mysis Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Juno Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Nysa Actor: Mrs Mountain.

Dance: As17881010

Entertainment: Monologue. Preceding: Occasional Address-Middleton

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Bulkley. Mainpiece: With the Triumphal Entry of Alexander into Babylon. [This was included in both subsequent performances.] Afterpiece [1st time; C 1, author unknown. Not in Larpent MS; not published; synopsis of plot in London Chronicle, 23 Apr.]. Public Advertiser, 9 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Mrs Bulkley, No. 10, New Ormond-street. Receipts: #195 13s. 6d. [166.16.6; tickets: 28.17.0) (charge: #73 7s.)


Mainpiece Title: Alexander The Great

Performance Comment: Alexander-Wroughton (1st appearance in that character); Clytus-Clarke; Lysimachus-Whitfield; Hephestion-Robson; Cassander-Fearon; Thessalus-Thompson; Polyperchon-Booth; Roxana-Mrs Jackson; Parisatis-Mrs Morton; Sysigambis-Mrs Poussin; Statira-Mrs Bulkley.
Role: Alexander Actor: Wroughton
Role: Clytus Actor: Clarke
Role: Lysimachus Actor: Whitfield
Role: Hephestion Actor: Robson
Role: Cassander Actor: Fearon
Role: Thessalus Actor: Thompson
Role: Polyperchon Actor: Booth
Role: Roxana Actor: Mrs Jackson
Role: Parisatis Actor: Mrs Morton
Role: Sysigambis Actor: Mrs Poussin
Role: Statira Actor: Mrs Bulkley.
Related Works
Related Work: Alexander the Great Author(s): Daniel Purcell

Afterpiece Title: True-Blue

Role: 780330but Characters Actor: Mrs Morton, late Miss _Dayes
Role: Characters Actor: Reinhold, Mahon, Baker, Miss Dayes.
Role: Lieutenant Dreadnought Actor: Reinhold
Role: Careful Actor: Mahon
Role: True Actor: Blue-Baker
Role: Blue Actor: Baker
Role: Nancy Actor: Miss Dayes.
Role: The Apprentice Actor: Lewis
Role: Wingate Actor: Dunstall
Role: Gargle Actor: Thompson
Role: Simon Actor: Cushing
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Dayes.
Role: 780328but Nancy Actor: Mrs Morton
Role: Mrs Drugget Actor: Mrs Poussin.
Role: Sir Charles Racket Actor: Lewis
Role: Lovelace Actor: Booth
Role: Woodley Actor: Thompson
Role: Drugget Actor: Quick
Role: Dimity Actor: Mrs Green
Role: Lady Racket Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Afterpiece Title: The Dutiful Deception

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Wilson, Whitfield, Lee Lewes, Mrs Wilson, Mrs Bulkley. Cast from London Chronicle, 23 Apr.: Sir Oliver Beaufort-Wilson; Beaufort-Whitfield; Harrison-Lee Lewes; Betty-Mrs Wilson; Clarissa-Mrs Bulkley.
Role: Sir Oliver Beaufort Actor: Wilson
Role: Beaufort Actor: Whitfield
Role: Harrison Actor: Lee Lewes
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Wilson
Role: Clarissa Actor: Mrs Bulkley.

Dance: New Dance, Allemande-Aldridge, Mrs Bulkley

Event Comment: Afterpiece [1st time; MD 3, by Samuel Birch, adapted from Camille; ou, Le Souterrain, by Benoit Joseph Marsollier des Vivetieres, and from Les Victimes Cloitrees, by Jacques Marie Boutet de Monvel; the songs written by Thomas John Dibdin. Larpent MS 1236; not published. The playbill states that this was "Taken from the German," but London Chronicle, 12 Dec., says that its source is the same as that of The Captive of Spilburg (see dl, 14 Nov.). An examination of the MSS of these two pieces (Larpent 1230 and 1236) proves that such is unmistakably the case]: With entire new Scenes, Machinery, Dresses & Decorations. The Music composed and selected by Steibelt and Attwood. The Action of the Chorusaes, Finales, &c. under the Direction of Farley, and the Action of the Overture by Bologna Jun. A new Descriptive Overture, composed by Steibelt, on a Plan never before introduced on the English Stage, accompanied by Action. "The overture is...nothing more than music adapted to pantomime; and, in the present instance, the dumb shew is an unnecessary anticipation of the procession with which the piece opens" (Monthly Mirror, Dec. 1798, p. 369). The Scenery painted by Richards, Phillips, Lupino, Hollogan, Blackmore, &c. The Dresses by Dick and Mrs Egan. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. Receipts: #338 17s. 6d. (325.14.6; 13.3.0)


Mainpiece Title: Laugh When You Can

Role: unassigned Actor: _Platt.
Role: Gossamer Actor: Lewis
Role: Mortimer Actor: Holman
Role: Bonus Actor: Munden
Role: Sambo Actor: Fawcett
Role: Charles Mortimer Actor: Miss Gilbert
Role: Costly Actor: Townsend
Role: Delville Actor: Whitfield
Role: Farmer Blackbrook Actor: Thompson
Role: Waiter Actor: Simmons
Role: Bailiff Actor: Wilde
Role: Gregory Actor: Abbot
Role: Mrs Mortimer Actor: Mrs Pope
Role: Dorothy Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Emily Actor: Miss Mansel
Role: Miss Gloomly Actor: Mrs Mattocks

Afterpiece Title: Albert and Adelaide; or, The Victim of Constancy

Performance Comment: Principal Characters-Incledon, Fawcett, H. Johnston, Betterton, Townsend, Simmons, Miss Webb (1st appearance), Follett; Miss Wheatley, Miss Walcup, Mrs Whitmore, Mrs Johnson. [Cast from Songs (T. Rickaby [1798]): Henrico-Incledon; Jocelin-Fawcett [in Songs: Emery (see17981214)]; Albert-H. Johnson; Rudolph-Betterton; Bertolt-Townsend; Gariga-Simmons; Adolphus-Miss Webb; Rosella-Miss Wheatley; Cicely-Miss Walcup; Algonde-Mrs Whitmore; Adelaide-Mrs Johnson; unassigned-Follett; Chorus of Soldiers and Followers in the Black Forest-Oddwell, Clarke, Sawyer, Curties, Little, Thomas, Everett, J. Linton, Smith, Lee, Powers, Lewiss; Chorus of Guards in the Castle-Linton, Gray, Street, Abbot, Kenrick, Silvester, Jones, Fairclough, Tett, Russel.
Related Works
Related Work: Albert and Adelaide; or, The Victim of Constancy Author(s): Daniel Steibelt

Dance: In afterpiece: Procession and Dance of Swabian Peasants-Blurton, Dyke, Wilde, L. Bologna, T. Cranfield, Platt, Masters, Slape, Ramage, Goodwin, Little, Ms Watts, Ms Iliff, Ms Norton, Ms Castelle, Ms Leserve, Miss Gray, Ms Bologna, Ms Masters, Ms Burnett, Ms Gilbert, Ms Lloyd, Ms Blurton, Ms Ward

Event Comment: A New English Opera. The Music Compos'd by Mr Rush. Signora Cremonini, Clementini, made her first appearance on this Stage in the Character of Eliza. Sings very well, very Graceful Deportm[en]t & is a great Support to the Opera. many of the Songs were Encor'd. Some few Hisses. but upon the whole, was pretty well receiv'd (Hopkins). Books of the Opera to be sold at the Theatre. A new English Opera, the Royal Shepherd-the Musick composed by Mr Rush.-Siga Cremonini made her first appearance,--sings ver fine,--very graceful deportment, and is a great support to the Opera.--Some hisses--Many of the songs encored. Upon the whole was well liked...On this occasion the Stage was cut near two feet and a half to enlarge the orchestra, to make it contain the additional performers who belong to the Opera House, on whose account the Opera cannot be performed Tuesdays and Saturdays (Hopkins Diary-MacMillan)


Mainpiece Title: The Royal Shepherd

Performance Comment: Principals by Vernon, Champnes, Mas. Raworth, Miss Young, Miss Wright, Miss Williams, Mrs Dorman, Sga Cremonini. Alexander-Champnes; Amintas-Vernon; Eliza-Signora Cremonini; Thamiris-Miss Young; Camilla-Miss Wright; Agenor-Mrs Dorman (Edition of 1764).
Role: Alexander Actor: Champnes
Role: Amintas Actor: Vernon
Role: Eliza Actor: Signora Cremonini
Role: Thamiris Actor: Miss Young
Role: Camilla Actor: Miss Wright
Role: Agenor Actor: Mrs Dorman
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Related Work: Amintas Author(s): Ferdinando Tenducci

Dance: I: A New Dance call'd The Hunters-Mas. Clinton, Miss Street, Miss Ford; II: The Faggot Binders-Aldridge, Miss Baker; End Opera: A Dance-Grimaldi, Lauchery, Miss Baker


Mainpiece Title: The Connoisseur; Or, Every Man In His Folly

Performance Comment: Parts by Quin, Cibber, Griffin, W. Mills, Mecklin, Salway, Mrs Clive, Miss Holliday, Mrs Pritchard, Mrs Cross; but edition of 1736 lists: Lord Constant-Quin; Lord Modely-Cibber; Sir Godfrey Trinket-Griffin; Sir Harry Gaylove-W. Mills; Cheatly-Mechlin; Signior Bagatelli-Salway; Tom-Turbutt; William-Cross; Flavia-Mrs Clive; Araminta-Miss Holiday; Mrs Freelove-Mrs Pritchard; Lucy-Mrs Cross. Prologue written by Aaron Hill and spoken by Quin. Epilogue spoken by Mrs Clive .
Event Comment: Benefit Mr and Mrs Davenport. At the particular Desire of several Persons of Quality and Distinction


Mainpiece Title: The Miser

Performance Comment: Lovegold-Griffin; Frederick-Bridgwater; Clerimont-W. Mills; Ramilie-Cross; James-Mullart; Mariana-Mrs Heron; Harriet-Mrs Butler; Lappet-Mrs Clive; Mrs Wisely-Mrs Grace; Wheedle-Miss Mann .
Role: Lovegold Actor: Griffin
Role: Frederick Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Clerimont Actor: W. Mills
Role: Ramilie Actor: Cross
Role: James Actor: Mullart
Role: Mariana Actor: Mrs Heron
Role: Harriet Actor: Mrs Butler
Role: Lappet Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Mrs Wisely Actor: Mrs Grace
Role: Wheedle Actor: Miss Mann

Afterpiece Title: The Intriguing Chambermaid

Role: Chambermaid Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Valentine Actor: Stoppelaer
Role: Bluff Actor: Macklin, but see17340121

Music: A new Comic-Medley-Overture composed by Lampe

Dance: Comic Dance by Master Oates and Miss Oates, both Scholars to Davenport. Scots Dance by Mr and Mrs Davenport. Pierrots by Topham and Davenport

Performance Comment: Scots Dance by Mr and Mrs Davenport. Pierrots by Topham and Davenport .
Event Comment: By Permission of the Lord Chamberlain. Benefit for Everard. 1st piece [1st time; PREL 1, by Sarah Gardner. Larpent MS 1101; not published]. 2nd piece: Never acted here [acted 19 Aug. 1784]. [3rd piece: Prologue by Samuel Foote.] Boxes 5s. Pit 3s. Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery 1s. The Doors to be opened at 5:00. To begin at 6:15. Tickets to be had at No. 21, Carey-street, Lincoln's-Inn Fields; New Slaughter's Coffee-house, St. Martin's-lane; of Adams, the Duke of Clarence Coffee-house, Haymarket; and of Everard, at Mr Shade's, Woburn-street, near Drury Lane Theatre


Mainpiece Title: Mrs Doggrell In Her Altitudes; Or, The Effects Of A West India Ramble

Performance Comment: Characters-Everard, Mrs Gardner; [Larpent MS lists the parts: Freeman , Hearley , Trunnell , Tom , Mrs Doggrell .] A new Occasional Prologue-Thornton.

Afterpiece Title: The Clandestine Marriage

Performance Comment: Lord Ogleby (for that night only)-Thornton (of the Theatre-Royal Windsor; 1st appearance in London); Canton-Everard (late of the Theatre-Royal Drury-Lane); Miss Sterling-A Young Lady (1st appearance on any stage [unidentified]); Mrs Heidelberg-Mrs Gardner (1st appearance since her return from the West Indies).
Role: Lord Ogleby Actor: Thornton
Role: Theatre Actor: Royal Windsor
Role: Canton Actor: Everard
Role: late of the Theatre Actor:
Role: Royal Drury Actor:
Role: Miss Sterling Actor: A Young Lady
Role: Mrs Heidelberg Actor: Mrs Gardner

Afterpiece Title: The Author

Performance Comment: Cadwallader (with the original Prologue)-Everard; Prologue-Everard; Mrs Cadwallader-Mrs Gardner.
Role: Cadwallader Actor: Everard
Role: Prologue Actor: Everard
Role: Mrs Cadwallader Actor: Mrs Gardner.
Event Comment: Benefit Peterson, Mr and Mrs Dunstall. Tickets deliver'd out for Dighton, Pattendon, Bulkely, and Ravenscroft will be taken


Mainpiece Title: Sir Courtly Nice; Or, It Cannot Be

Performance Comment: Crack-Cibber; Surly-Dunstall; Violante-Mrs Dunstall; Sir Courtly Nice-Peterson.
Role: Crack Actor: Cibber
Role: Surly Actor: Dunstall
Role: Violante Actor: Mrs Dunstall
Role: Sir Courtly Nice Actor: Peterson.

Afterpiece Title: Bickerstaff's Unburied Dead

Song: Mrs Dunstall

Event Comment: [Mainpiece in place of NOTORIETY, advertised on playbill of 23 Oct.] Afterpiece [1st time; CO 2 , by Mrs Burke. MS: Larpent 992; not published]: With new Music [by Tommaso Giordani (Morning Herald, 25 Oct.)). Scenery, Dresses and Decorations. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. Receipts: #228 0s. 6d. (206/10/6; 21/10/0)


Mainpiece Title: How To Grow Rich

Role: : Plainly Actor: Powel
Role: Nab Actor: Cubitt
Role: Formal Actor: Thompson
Role: Pave Actor: Lewis
Role: Smalltrade Actor: Quick
Role: Warford Actor: Pope
Role: Sir ThomasRoundhead Actor: Munden
Role: Sir Charles Dazzle Actor: Farren
Role: Hippy Actor: Blanchard
Role: Latitat Actor: Fawcett
Role: Rosa Actor: Mrs Esten
Role: Miss Dazzle Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Betty Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Lady Henrietta Actor: Mrs Pollock

Afterpiece Title: THE WARD OF THE CASTLE

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Incledon, Johnstone, Munden// Mrs Clendining, Mrs Martyr. [Cast from Songs (T. Cadell, 1793): Sir Bertram-Incledon; Duke of Alberossa-Johnstone; Geoffrey-Munden// Matilda-Mrs Clendining; Jacquenetta-Mrs Martyr.] hathi. hathi.
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Related Work: The Ward of the Castle Author(s): Mrs. Burke

Song: In afterpiece Chorusses by Linton, Tett, Sawyer, Little, Street, Kendrick//Miss Stuart, Mrs Watts, Mrs Follett, Mrs Castelle, Miss Kirton, Mrs Lloyd, Miss Paye, Miss Leserve, Mrs Bayzand, Mrs Blurton

Event Comment: 3rd piece [Ist time; MF 2, attributed to Mrs Rainsford, for whom see Morning Herald, 9 May; London Chronicle, 23 May, states that it was written by "A Lady," but gives no name. MS: Larpent 1025; not published]: The Music composed by Webbe. Receipts: #118 4s. (109/3; 9/1)


Mainpiece Title: Netley Abbey

Afterpiece Title: THE SIEGE OF MEAUX

Role: : Earl of Douglas Actor: Holman
Role: Pol Actor: Pope
Role: Duke of Orleans Actor: Farren
Role: Dubois Actor: Harley
Role: Captal de Buche Actor: Middleton
Role: Clermont Actor: Macready
Role: Laroche Actor: Claremont
Role: Duchess of Orleans Actor: Miss Morris
Role: Matilda Actor: Mrs Pope. Thompson is unassigned.
Role: . Oakland Actor: Inclcdon
Role: Oakland Actor: Munden
Role: Jeffery Actor: Blanchard
Role: Gunnel Actor: Fawcett
Role: Rapine Actor: Cubitt
Role: Mr Sterling Actor: Powel
Role: Charles Actor: Claremont
Role: McScrape Actor: JohnstoneEllen Woodbine-Mrs Mountain
Role: JohnstoneEllen Woodbine Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Lucy Oakland Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Catherine Actor: Mrs Martyr.


Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Quick, Incledon, Munden, Cubitt, Richardson, Rees, Campbell// Miss Poole, Miss Stuart, Mrs Martyr. [Cast from Songs (W. Woodfall, 1794): William-Quick; Colin-Incledon; Hodge-Munden; Moody-Cubitt; Parchment-Richardson; Dick-Recs; Mercury-Campbell//Susan-Miss Poole; Alice-Miss Stuart; Margaret-Mrs Martyr .
Role: : William Actor: Quick
Role: Colin Actor: Incledon
Role: Hodge Actor: Munden
Role: Moody Actor: Cubitt
Role: Parchment Actor: Richardson
Role: Dick Actor: Recs
Role: Mercury Actor: CampbellSusan-Miss Poole
Role: CampbellSusan Actor: Miss Poole
Role: Alice Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Margaret Actor: Mrs Martyr
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Related Work: The Speechless Wife Author(s): Mrs. Rainford
Event Comment: [By Mrs Aubert.] Never Acted before. In Daily Courant, 26 May: Never acted before, being unfortunately prevented on Friday last, by the unexpected Arrest of the Person who was to have played the Doctor


Mainpiece Title: Harlequin Hydaspes; Or, The Greshamite

Performance Comment: Harlequin the Author,-Mrs Aubert; Doctor-C. Bullock.
Role: Harlequin the Author, Actor: Mrs Aubert
Role: Doctor Actor: C. Bullock.
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Related Work: Harlequin Hydaspes: or, The Greshamite Author(s): Mrs. Aubert
Event Comment: Mr Weedon's Entertainment. Benefit of the Ticket money for Poor Decay'd Gentlemen, and Maintenance of a School for the Education of Youth. The Subscribers and the best Places at 5s. The other Places at 2s. 6d. At Twelve Noon


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

Performance Comment: 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.