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Event Comment: Benefit for Hull. Mainpiece [a tragedy by Thomas Hull, based upon the version by William Hawkins, 1749, suggested by William Shenstone, and instigated by the presence of Mrs Hartley among the actresses at cg]: Never acted before. Characters to be dressed in the Habits of the Times (playbill). Charges #64 5s. Profit to Hull #50 13s. 6d., plus #75 6s. from Tickets (Box 165; Pit 171; Gallery 84) (Account Book). Receipts: #114 18s. 6d


Mainpiece Title: Henry The Second; Or, The Fall Of Rosamond

Performance Comment: Parts by Smith, Clarke, Hull, Wroughton, Thompson, Gardner, R. Smith, Mrs Hull, Miss Pearce, and Mrs Hartley. Henry II-Smith; Abbot-Clarke; Clifford-Hull; Henry Prince of Wales-Wroughton; Leicester-Thompson; Salsbury-Gardner; Verulam-R. Smith; Queen Eleanor-Mrs Hull; Ethelinda-Miss Pearce; Rosamond-Miss Hartley; (Second Edition of 1774) New Prologue-; Epilogue-.
Role: Henry II Actor: Smith
Role: Abbot Actor: Clarke
Role: Clifford Actor: Hull
Role: Henry Prince of Wales Actor: Wroughton
Role: Leicester Actor: Thompson
Role: Salsbury Actor: Gardner
Role: Verulam Actor: R. Smith
Role: Queen Eleanor Actor: Mrs Hull
Role: Ethelinda Actor: Miss Pearce
Role: Rosamond Actor: Miss Hartley
Role: New Prologue Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor: .

Afterpiece Title: The Citizen

Role: Beaufort Actor: Baker.
Role: Citizen Actor: Woodward
Role: Old Philpot Actor: Shuter
Role: Sir Jasper Actor: Dunstall
Role: Young Wilding Actor: Davis
Role: Maria Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Dance: After the Epilogue: The Irish Lilt, as17721028

Event Comment: This Play tho' all new dress'd and had Fine Scenes did not seem to give ye audience any great plasure, or draw any applause (Cross). Written by Shakespear. Never Acted there. New Habits, Scenes, and Decorations. Nothing under Full Prices will be taken during the Performance. No Gentleman can possibly be admitted behind the Scenes, or into the Orchestra on account of the Music, Decorations, and number of Performers which are necessary to the Representation (playbill). [See "Garrick's Presentation of Antony and Cleopatra," RES, Jan. 1937. The following characters appear in Capel's acting text, 23 Oct. 1958, Maecenas-Atkins; Proculeius-$Austin; Soothsayer-$Burton; Mardian-$Perry; Seleucas-$Burton.] Receipts: #200 ($Cross); #193 14s. (Winston MS 8)


Mainpiece Title: Antony And Cleopatra

Performance Comment: Antony-Garrick; Enobarbus-Berry; Pompey-Havard; Eros-Davies; Diomede-Bransby; Agrippa-Packer; Canidius-Austin; Alexas-Ackman; Menas-Burton; Dercetas-Reinhold; Officer-Scrase; Octavius Caesar-Fleetwood; Lepidus-Blakes; Thyreus-Holland; Dolabella-Mozeen; Octavia-Mrs Glen; Charmion-Mrs Hippisley; Iras-Miss Mills; Cleopatra-Mrs Yates; The Bacchanalian Song-Beard, Champnes.
Role: Antony Actor: Garrick
Role: Enobarbus Actor: Berry
Role: Pompey Actor: Havard
Role: Eros Actor: Davies
Role: Diomede Actor: Bransby
Role: Agrippa Actor: Packer
Role: Canidius Actor: Austin
Role: Alexas Actor: Ackman
Role: Menas Actor: Burton
Role: Dercetas Actor: Reinhold
Role: Officer Actor: Scrase
Role: Octavius Caesar Actor: Fleetwood
Role: Lepidus Actor: Blakes
Role: Thyreus Actor: Holland
Role: Dolabella Actor: Mozeen
Role: Octavia Actor: Mrs Glen
Role: Charmion Actor: Mrs Hippisley
Role: Iras Actor: Miss Mills
Role: Cleopatra Actor: Mrs Yates
Role: The Bacchanalian Song Actor: Beard, Champnes.
Event Comment: Benefit Berry. Mainpiece: Containing the Death of the Duke of Buckingham; The Fall of Cardinal Wolsey; The Divorce and Death of Queen Katherine; The Coronation of Anna Bullen, with the Military Ceremony of The Champion in Westminster Hallv; the Christening of Queen Elizabeth, and many other Historical Passages. Tickets to be had at Mr Berry's, the Corner of Crown-Court in Russel St., Covent Garden, and of Mr Bradshaw. Tickets deliver'd out by Woodburn, Mrs Roberts, and Speer will be taken. Receipts: #130


Mainpiece Title: Henry Viii

Performance Comment: Henry-Berry; Wolsey-Mills; Buckingham-Winstone; Gardiner-Johnson; Cranmer-Turbutt; Norfolk-Havard; Suffolk-Ridout; Lord Chamberlain-Woodburn; Campeius-Shepard; Abergavenny-Raftor; Cromwell-Cross; Lord Sands-Neale; Surveyor-Taswell; Lovel-Ray; Old Lady-Mrs Egerton; Anna Bullen-Mrs Ridout; Queen Katherine-Mrs Roberts.
Role: Henry Actor: Berry
Role: Wolsey Actor: Mills
Role: Buckingham Actor: Winstone
Role: Gardiner Actor: Johnson
Role: Cranmer Actor: Turbutt
Role: Norfolk Actor: Havard
Role: Suffolk Actor: Ridout
Role: Lord Chamberlain Actor: Woodburn
Role: Campeius Actor: Shepard
Role: Abergavenny Actor: Raftor
Role: Cromwell Actor: Cross
Role: Lord Sands Actor: Neale
Role: Surveyor Actor: Taswell
Role: Lovel Actor: Ray
Role: Old Lady Actor: Mrs Egerton
Role: Anna Bullen Actor: Mrs Ridout
Role: Queen Katherine Actor: Mrs Roberts.

Afterpiece Title: The Virgin Unmasked

Role: Miss Lucy Actor: Mrs Clive.

Dance: I: A Concerto, as17420105; II: The Drunken Peasant, as17411029; III: Le Boufon, as17420325

Song: IV: A Ballad-Lowe; V: Bumper Squire Jones-Beard

Event Comment: Mrs Bradshaw & Mrs Johnston great Applause to the Farce (Hopkins Diary). Benefit for Mrs Bradshaw and Mrs Johnston. Afterpiece: Written by Henry Fielding, not played for 25 years. [Actually last played there 19 May 1759.] Music compiled from the works of the most eminent composers. Rec'd from Sinking Fund (2nd) #525, from Stopages #14 2s. Paid salary list #564 16s.; J. French on acct #5 5s. (Treasurer's Book). Receipts: #114 2s. 6d. Charges: #66 12s. 6d. Profits to Mrs Bradshaw and Mrs Johnston: #47 10s. (Treasurer's Book)


Mainpiece Title: The Suspicious Husband

Performance Comment: As17750328 but Ranger-King; Mrs Strictland-Mrs Baddeley; Lucetta-Mrs Johnston; Milliner-Miss Jarratt; Jacintha-Mrs Davies; first time. Concludes with a Country Dance-.
Role: Ranger Actor: King
Role: Mrs Strictland Actor: Mrs Baddeley
Role: Lucetta Actor: Mrs Johnston
Role: Milliner Actor: Miss Jarratt
Role: Jacintha Actor: Mrs Davies
Role: Concludes with a Country Dance Actor: .
Role: Frankly Actor: Palmer first time
Role: Tester Actor: Burton
Role: Strictland Actor: Jefferson
Role: Bellamy Actor: Packer
Role: Jack Meggot Actor: Dodd
Role: Ranger's Servant Actor: Wheeler
Role: Landlady Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Clarinda Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Dancing Actor: Atkins, Mrs Sutton
Role: To Conclude with a Country Dance Actor: .

Afterpiece Title: Tom Thumb

Performance Comment: Tom-Master Blanchard; King-Davies; Grizzle-Bannister; Glumdalca-Kean; Noodle-Fawcett; Doodle-Carpenter; Bailiff-Wheeler; Follower-Everard; Queen-Mrs Wrighten; Huncamunca-Smith.
Role: Tom Actor: Master Blanchard
Role: King Actor: Davies
Role: Grizzle Actor: Bannister
Role: Glumdalca Actor: Kean
Role: Noodle Actor: Fawcett
Role: Doodle Actor: Carpenter
Role: Bailiff Actor: Wheeler
Role: Follower Actor: Everard
Role: Queen Actor: Mrs Wrighten
Role: Huncamunca Actor: Smith.
Related Works
Related Work: Tom Thumb Author(s): Henry Fielding
Related Work: The Tragedy of Tragedies; or, The Life and Death of Tom Thumb the Great Author(s): Henry Fielding
Event Comment: Benefit for Miss Farren. 2nd piece: Altered [by Henry Bate] from Prior's Nut Brown Maid, with new Airs and Chorusses composed by Shield. Receipts: #226 5s. (105.1.0; 29.3.6; 1.2.6; tickets: 90.18.0) (charge: #108.14)


Mainpiece Title: The Lord Of The Manor

Role: Trumore Actor: Du-Bellamy
Role: Du Actor: Bellamy
Role: Le Nippe Actor: Dodd
Role: Sir John Contrast Actor: Parsons
Role: Rashly Actor: Bannister
Role: Rental Actor: Aickin
Role: Captain Trepan Actor: Baddeley
Role: Huntsman Actor: Du-Bellamy
Role: Serjeant Crimp Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Corporal Snap Actor: Williams
Role: Contrast Actor: Palmer
Role: Moll Flagon Actor: Mr Suett
Role: Annette Actor: Miss Prudom
Role: Peggy Actor: Mrs Wrighten
Role: Sophia Actor: Miss Farren
Role: unassigned Actor: Holcroft, Chaplin, Griffiths, Phillimore, Nash, Helme.

Afterpiece Title: Henry and Emma

Performance Comment: Henry-Palmer; Eugenius-Packer; Venus-Miss Field; Emma-Miss Farren.
Role: Henry Actor: Palmer
Role: Eugenius Actor: Packer
Role: Venus Actor: Miss Field
Role: Emma Actor: Miss Farren.

Afterpiece Title: All the World's a Stage

Role: Sir Gilbert Pumpkin Actor: Baddeley.
Role: Charles Actor: Farren
Role: Harry Stukely Actor: Lamash
Role: Cymon Actor: Burton
Role: William Actor: Norris
Role: Waiter Actor: Phillimore
Role: Wat Actor: Griffiths
Role: Diggery Actor: Parsons
Role: Miss Kitty Sprightly Actor: Mrs Brereton
Role: Miss Bridget Actor: Mrs Hopkins.

Dance: As17810312

Event Comment: [Mrs Wheatley, for whom see HAY, 26 Aug. and 2 Sept. 1782, is identified in European Magazine, Oct. 1782, p. 308.] Receipts: #232 (223/17/6; 8/2/6)


Mainpiece Title: The Fair Penitent

Performance Comment: Sciolto-Clarke; Lothario-Lewis; Altamont-Whitfield; Rossano-Davies; Horatio-Aickin; Lavinia-Miss Cleland; Lucilla-Mrs Poussin; Calista-A Gentlewoman (1st appearance at this theatre and 3rd on any stage [Mrs Wheatley]) .Mrs Wheatley]) .
Role: Sciolto Actor: Clarke
Role: Lothario Actor: Lewis
Role: Altamont Actor: Whitfield
Role: Rossano Actor: Davies
Role: Horatio Actor: Aickin
Role: Lavinia Actor: Miss Cleland
Role: Lucilla Actor: Mrs Poussin
Role: Calista Actor: A Gentlewoman

Afterpiece Title: Tom Thumb

Performance Comment: Tom Thumb-Master Edwin; Grizzle-Edwin; Ghost-Reinhold; Noodle-Mahon; Doodle-Davies; King-Quick; Huncamunca-Mrs Kennedy; Glumdalca-Mrs Webb; Queen Dollalolla-Mrs Martyr (1st appearance in that character) .
Role: Tom Thumb Actor: Master Edwin
Role: Grizzle Actor: Edwin
Role: Ghost Actor: Reinhold
Role: Noodle Actor: Mahon
Role: Doodle Actor: Davies
Role: King Actor: Quick
Role: Huncamunca Actor: Mrs Kennedy
Role: Glumdalca Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Queen Dollalolla Actor: Mrs Martyr
Related Works
Related Work: Tom Thumb Author(s): Henry Fielding
Related Work: The Tragedy of Tragedies; or, The Life and Death of Tom Thumb the Great Author(s): Henry Fielding

Dance: End of mainpiece, as17820925

Event Comment: [Mrs Siddons's 1st appearance as the Duchess of Braganza was at Bath, 8 Feb. 1780.] Receipts: #239 10s. (216/12/0; 22/0/6; 0/17/6)


Mainpiece Title: Braganza

Performance Comment: Valasquez-Smith; Ribiro-Palmer; Almada-Aickin; Mendoza-Barrymore; Lemos-Chaplin; Corea-Fawcctt; Antonio-Wrighten; Pizarro-R. Palmer; Ramirez-Packer; Duke of Braganza-Kemble; Duchess of Braganza-Mrs Siddons (1st appearance in that character [in London]) .in London]) .
Role: Valasquez Actor: Smith
Role: Ribiro Actor: Palmer
Role: Almada Actor: Aickin
Role: Mendoza Actor: Barrymore
Role: Lemos Actor: Chaplin
Role: Corea Actor: Fawcctt
Role: Antonio Actor: Wrighten
Role: Pizarro Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Ramirez Actor: Packer
Role: Duke of Braganza Actor: Kemble
Role: Duchess of Braganza Actor: Mrs Siddons

Afterpiece Title: The Flitch of Bacon

Performance Comment: Captain Wilson-Bannister; Captain Greville-Dignum; Tipple-Suett; Justice Benbow-Packer; Kilderkin-Chaplin; Ned-Phillimore; Putty-Alfred; Major Benbow-Parsons; Eliza-Mrs Crouch .
Role: Captain Wilson Actor: Bannister
Role: Captain Greville Actor: Dignum
Role: Tipple Actor: Suett
Role: Justice Benbow Actor: Packer
Role: Kilderkin Actor: Chaplin
Role: Ned Actor: Phillimore
Role: Putty Actor: Alfred
Role: Major Benbow Actor: Parsons
Role: Eliza Actor: Mrs Crouch
Related Works
Related Work: The Flitch of Bacon Author(s): Henry Bate
Event Comment: Receipts: #103 18s. [The following Renters came in at 1 share each: Antony Henry Bousing, Mrs Antony Henry Bousing, Robert Jennings Esq, Thomas Repley (Account Book).
Event Comment: The Afterpiece a New Pantomime [by Henry Woodward, satirizing Garrick's Jubilee] with New Music by Fisher. New Scenes painted by Messrs Dahl and Richards. Nothing under Full Prices will be taken. [Full Prices notice throughout the run of the pantomime this season. Town and Country Magazine (from Theatre No XIII) comments: "In the Pageant scene several of the characters that walk at Drury Lane are highly ridiculed, particularly Mark Antony and Cleopatra, who dance off with their black retinue to the playing of casquets." The scene closes with the descent of the statue of the late Mr Rich under the name of Lun, and the Harlequins all pay him honour.] Receipts: #250 6s


Mainpiece Title: The Refusal

Role: Cook Actor: Dunstall.
Role: Sir Gilbert Actor: Yates
Role: Frankly Actor: Wroughton
Role: Granger Actor: Hull
Role: Witling Actor: Dyer
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Green
Role: Lady Wrangle Actor: Mrs Ward
Role: Sophronia Actor: Mrs Lessingham
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Macklin.

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Jubilee

Performance Comment: The Characters-Woodward, Miles, King, Morris, Cushing, Wignell, Quick, Saunders, Holtom, Barnshaw, Hamilton, Mrs Pitt, Miss Helme, Mrs Dyer, Miss D. Twist; The Vocal parts-DuBellamy, Master Leoni, Mrs Baker; [The Dances-Fishar, Sga Manesiere. [See Bill for 1 Oct. 1770 for first listing of parts.]See Bill for 1 Oct. 1770 for first listing of parts.]
Related Works
Related Work: Harlequin's Jubilee Author(s): Henry Woodward
Event Comment: Mainpiece: A New Comedy of 3 Acts [by George Colman] never performed. [In the Shakespearean Pageant, with figures from seventeen of his plays, the chief effectiveness lay with the Musicians who ushered in each group with appropriate music: Martial Music-The Roman Characters of Coriolanus and Julius Caesar; Soft Music-Antony and Cleopatra; Grand Music, Old English Characters-King John, Richard III, Henry VIII: Magical Music, "above, about, underneath" for Prospero; Macbeth's Music; Fairy Music-Oberon and Titania; Solemn Music for Tragic Muse accompanied by Othello, Hamlet, the Ghost, Mad Ophelia and Lear with Cordelia; Dead March in Saul-Juliet's Bier with attendants; Allegro for the Comic Muse-Falstaff, Touchstone, Launcelot, Malvolio; Andante-Florizel and Perdita, Portia Antonio and Bassanio; Flourish-for Car drawn by the muses carrying Shakespeare's Bust; Final Song by Mrs Mattocks, "Sweetest Bard that Ever Sung, Nature's glory, Fancy's Child--." The Prelude is, in print, entirely favorable to Garrick's effort at Stratford. But it could be rendered in a mercilessly ironical manner if the three participating actors so chose. Mainpiece reviewed in the Freeholder's Magazine, Oct.] Receipts: #224 10s


Mainpiece Title: Man And Wife; Or, The Shakespeare Jubilee

Performance Comment: Parts-Woodward, Shuter, Morris, Lewes, R. Smith, Davis, Dunstall, Perry, Quick, Wignell, Fox, Herbert, Mrs Green, Mrs Gardner, A Young Gentlewoman, who never appeared on any stage, Mrs Mattocks, Mrs Bulkley. With a Prelude-; Marcourt-Woodward; Cross-Shuter; Landlord-Morris; Luke-Lewes; Fleece-R. Smith; Buck-Davis; Kitchen-Dunstall; Col. Frankly-Perry; Ostler-Quick; Snarl-Wignell; Passengers-Fox, Herbert; Mrs Cross-Mrs Green; Landlady-Mrs Gardner; Sally-A Young Gentlewoman who never appeared on any stage; Miss Mary Linley, afterwards Mrs Tickell (Winston MS 10); Lettice-Mrs Mattocks; Charlotte-Mrs Bulkley; Passengers-Miss Pearce, Mrs Copin; With a Prelude, Dapperwit-Dyer; Jenkins-Hull; Townly-Wroughton (Edition of 1770).

Afterpiece Title: Damon and Phillida

Performance Comment: Damon-DuBellamy; Mopsus-Dunstall; Cymon-Hamilton; Corydon-Wignell; Arcas-Davis; Phillida-Mrs Baker.
Role: Damon Actor: DuBellamy
Role: Mopsus Actor: Dunstall
Role: Cymon Actor: Hamilton
Role: Corydon Actor: Wignell
Role: Arcas Actor: Davis
Role: Phillida Actor: Mrs Baker.
Related Works
Related Work: Damon and Phillida Author(s): Henry Carey

Entertainment: End II: Pageant exhibiting the characters of Shakespeare-; End III: Representation of the Amphitheatre at Stratford Upon Avon-; with a Masquerade-

Event Comment: Afterpiece: With Alterations, not performed for 2 years [see 25 Nov. 1756]. Antony and Cleopatra deferred till Tuesday to give major performers a necessary respite (Winston MS 8). Receipts: #150 (Cross); #145 0s. 6d. (Winston MS 8)


Afterpiece Title: Fortunatus

Performance Comment: Harlequin-Rooker; other characters-Blakes, Johnston, Ackman, Miss Hippisley, Miss Barton, Mrs Vernon; conclude with a new Comic Dance, The Flemish Feast (taken from the Pictures of Teniers)-Grimaldi, Giorgi, Noverre, Sga Lucchi, Mrs Vernon.
Related Works
Related Work: Fortunatus Author(s): Henry Woodward
Event Comment: The United Company. As 9 Nov. 1692 is known to be the second day, it is assumed that 8 Nov. 1692 represents the first performance. (See entry for 9 Nov. 1692.) The authorship is uncertain; William Mountfort signed tne Dedication, but its authorship is linked with that of Edward III (November 1690), which may have been by Bancroft. Gentleman's Journal, October 1692 (not issued until November): Henry the Second, King of England, A new Play, by the Author of that call'd Edward the Third, which gave such universal satisfaction, hath been acted several times with applause. It is a Tragedy with a mixture of Comedy....Had you seen it acted, you would own that an Evening is pass'd very agreeably, when at a Representation of that pleasing Piece. [Alfred Harbage, Elizabethan-Restoration Palimpsest, Modern Language Review, XXXV (1940), 312-18, argues that this play is the Elizabethan Henry II once in the possession of Moseley. A song, In vain 'gainst Love I strove, composed by Henry Purcell and sung by Mrs Dyer, not in the printed play, is in Comes Amoris, 1693, and Joyful Cuckoldom 1695. See Purcell's Works, Purcell Society, XX (1916), vii


Mainpiece Title: Henry The Second, King Of England; With The Death Of Rosamond

Performance Comment: Edition of 1693: Prologue-; Epilogue by Mr Dryden-Mrs Bracegirdle; King Henry the Second-Betterton; Prince Henry-Mich. Lee; Sir Tho. Vaughan-Ant. Leigh; Abbot-Sandford; Verulam-Kynaston; Sussex-Hodgson; Aumerle-Bridges; Bertrard-Dogget; Queen Eleanor-Mrs Barry; Rosamond-Mrs Bracegirdle; Rosamond's Woman-Mrs Kent.
Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Mr Dryden Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: King Henry the Second Actor: Betterton
Role: Prince Henry Actor: Mich. Lee
Role: Vaughan Actor: Ant. Leigh
Role: Abbot Actor: Sandford
Role: Verulam Actor: Kynaston
Role: Sussex Actor: Hodgson
Role: Aumerle Actor: Bridges
Role: Bertrard Actor: Dogget
Role: Queen Eleanor Actor: Mrs Barry
Role: Rosamond Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Rosamond's Woman Actor: Mrs Kent.
Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; C 5]: By the celebrated Henry Fielding; and never yet performed or published. With new Scenes, Dresses, &c. [and incidental music by Michael Arne. Prologue by David Garrick. Epilogue by the same (see text)]. Public Advertiser, 12 Dec. 1778: This Day is published The Fathers (1s. 6d.). "This play was written by Mr Henry Fielding, some years before his death. Mr Garrick saw it at that time. Mr Fielding gave the only fair copy he had of it to his friend Sir Charles Williams, of whose judgment he entertained a high opinion. Sir Charles soon after went abroad, and the comedy was mislaid. Mr. Fielding communicated this circumstance to his family on his death-bed; and enquiry was made for it, but without effect. At length Mr Thomas? Johnes, Member for Cardigan, looking over Sir Charles's books, found a comedy in manuscript, which he read, and, approving, had it transcribed and sent to Mr Garrick for his opinion, who, like Archimedes, cried out, 'This is the lost sheep! This is Mr Henry Fielding's play!' Mr Garrick communicating it to Mr Johnes, Mr Johnes immediately sent the original manuscript, which was in Mr Fielding's hand-writing, to the family, with his best wishes for its success, promising to assist it to the utmost of his power" (Gentleman's Magazine, Dec. 1778, p.586). See also, for corroboration of the above and for other details, Wilbur L. Cross, The History of Henry Fielding, 1918, III, 99-104. Receipts: #210 11s. 6d. (186.6.0; 23.19.6; 0.6.0)


Mainpiece Title: The Fathers; Or, The Good Natur'd Man

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by King, Dodd, Bensley, Parsons, Baddeley, Whitfield, Webster, Mrs Baddeley, Mrs Hopkins, Miss Younge. [Cast from text (T. Cadell, 1778): Sir George Boncour-King; Young Kennel-Dodd; Mr Boncour-Bensley; Old Valence-Parsons; Old Kennel-Baddeley; Young Valence-Whitfield; Young Boncour-Webster; Miss Valence-Mrs Baddeley; Mrs Boncour-Mrs Hopkins; Miss Boncour-Miss Younge; Prologue-King; Epilogue-Miss Younge. [These were spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances.]These were spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances.]
Role: Sir George Boncour Actor: King
Role: Young Kennel Actor: Dodd
Role: Mr Boncour Actor: Bensley
Role: Old Valence Actor: Parsons
Role: Old Kennel Actor: Baddeley
Role: Young Valence Actor: Whitfield
Role: Young Boncour Actor: Webster
Role: Miss Valence Actor: Mrs Baddeley
Role: Mrs Boncour Actor: Mrs Hopkins
Role: Miss Boncour Actor: Miss Younge
Role: Prologue Actor: King
Role: Epilogue Actor: Miss Younge.
Related Works
Related Work: The Fathers; or, The Good Natur'd Man Author(s): Henry Fielding

Afterpiece Title: The Irish Widow

Role: Whittle Actor: Parsons
Role: Sir Patrick O'Neale Actor: Moody
Role: Nephew Actor: Davies
Role: Bates Actor: Baddeley
Role: Thomas Actor: Burton
Role: Kecksey Actor: Dodd
Role: Widow Brady Actor: Miss Walpole.

Dance: As17780919

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Never Acted before. [by Henry Fielding.] Afterpiece: Never perform'd before. By Scriblerus Secundus. [By Henry Fielding.] Afterpiece: Never perform'd before. By Scriblerus Secundus. [By Henry Fielding.] Books of the Tragedy, with Notes by Way of Key, &c. will be sold at the Theatre, as also Books of the Farce


Mainpiece Title: The Tragedy Of Tragedies; Or, The Life And Death Of Tom Thumb The Great

Performance Comment: Edition of 1731 lists: King Arthur-Mullart; Tom Thumb-Young Verhuyck; Ghost of Gaffer Thumb-Lacy; Lord Grizzle-Jones; Merline-Hallam; Noodle-Reynolds; Doodle-Wathan; Foodle-Ayres; Bailiff-Peterson; Follower-Hicks; Parson-Watson; Queen Dollalolla-Mrs Mullart; Princess Huncamunca-Mrs Jones; Glumdalca-Mrs Dove.
Role: King Arthur Actor: Mullart
Role: Tom Thumb Actor: Young Verhuyck
Role: Ghost of Gaffer Thumb Actor: Lacy
Role: Lord Grizzle Actor: Jones
Role: Merline Actor: Hallam
Role: Noodle Actor: Reynolds
Role: Doodle Actor: Wathan
Role: Foodle Actor: Ayres
Role: Bailiff Actor: Peterson
Role: Follower Actor: Hicks
Role: Parson Actor: Watson
Role: Queen Dollalolla Actor: Mrs Mullart
Role: Princess Huncamunca Actor: Mrs Jones
Role: Glumdalca Actor: Mrs Dove.
Related Works
Related Work: The Tragedy of Tragedies; or, The Life and Death of Tom Thumb the Great Author(s): Henry Fielding

Afterpiece Title: The Letter Writers; or, A New Way to Keep a Wife at Home

Performance Comment: Edition of 1731 lists: Rakel-Lacy; Commons-Mullart; Wisdom-Jones; Softly-Hallam; Risque-Reynhold; John-Wathan; Sneaksby-Davenport; Mrs Wisdom-Mrs Lacy; Mrs Softly-Mrs Mullart; Betty-Mrs Stokes.
Role: Rakel Actor: Lacy
Role: Commons Actor: Mullart
Role: Wisdom Actor: Jones
Role: Softly Actor: Hallam
Role: Risque Actor: Reynhold
Role: John Actor: Wathan
Role: Sneaksby Actor: Davenport
Role: Mrs Wisdom Actor: Mrs Lacy
Role: Mrs Softly Actor: Mrs Mullart
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Stokes.
Related Works
Related Work: The Letter Writers; or, A New Way to Keep a Wife at Home Author(s): Henry Fielding
Event Comment: By the Great Mogul's Company of English Comedians, Newly Imported. [By Henry Fielding.] N.B. Mr Pasquin intending to lay about him with great Impartiality, hopes the Town will all attend, and very civilly give their Neighbours what they find belong to 'em. N.B. The Cloaths are old, but the Jokes intirely new. N.B. All Ladies that intend to be present during the first Run, cannot take Places too early. To prevent any Interruption in the Movement of the Persons in the Drama (some of whom are Machines) no Person whatever can possibly be admitted behind the Scenes. Boxes 4s. Pit 2s. 6d. Gallery 1s


Mainpiece Title: Pasquin: A Satire On The Times

Performance Comment: Cast not listed, but edition of 1736 lists: Trapwit-Roberts; Fustian-Lacy; Sneerwell-Machen; Lord Place-Mrs Charke; Colonel Promise-Freeman; Sir Henry Fox Chase-Topham; Squire Tankard-Smith; Mayor-Jones; Mrs Mayoress-Mrs Egerton; Miss Mayoress-Miss J. Jones; Miss Stitch-Miss Burgess; Queen Common Sense-Mrs Egerton; Queen Ignorance-Strensham; Firebrand-Roberts; Law-Yates; Physic-Jones; Ghost of Tragedy-Pullen; Ghost of Comedy-Jones; Third Ghost-Wallis; Harlequin-Pullen; Officer-Pullen; Messenger-Wallis; Drummer-Lowder. Epilogue .
Role: : Trapwit Actor: Roberts
Role: Fustian Actor: Lacy
Role: Sneerwell Actor: Machen
Role: Lord Place Actor: Mrs Charke
Role: Colonel Promise Actor: Freeman
Role: Sir Henry Fox Chase Actor: Topham
Role: Squire Tankard Actor: Smith
Role: Mayor Actor: Jones
Role: Mrs Mayoress Actor: Mrs Egerton
Role: Miss Mayoress Actor: Miss J. Jones
Role: Miss Stitch Actor: Miss Burgess
Role: Queen Common Sense Actor: Mrs Egerton
Role: Queen Ignorance Actor: Strensham
Role: Firebrand Actor: Roberts
Role: Law Actor: Yates
Role: Physic Actor: Jones
Role: Ghost of Tragedy Actor: Pullen
Role: Ghost of Comedy Actor: Jones
Role: Third Ghost Actor: Wallis
Role: Harlequin Actor: Pullen
Role: Officer Actor: Pullen
Role: Messenger Actor: Wallis
Role: Drummer Actor: Lowder. Epilogue
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Related Work: Pasquin: A Satire on the Times Author(s): Henry Fielding
Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; T 5, by Henry James Pye. Prologue by William Sotheby; Epilogue by John Taylor (see text)]: With new Dresses and Decorations. "From the first drawing up of the curtain, till its final fall, we could not discover one single flight of fancy, one solitary scene of woe...It is but justice to add that for a first night the performers, with the exception of Barrymore, were very perfect in their respective parts [and see 27 Jan.]" (Dramatic Censor, I, 175, 181). Receipts: #309 13s. (246.4.6; 61.0.6; 2.8.0)


Mainpiece Title: Adelaide

Performance Comment: Characters by Aickin, Kemble, Barrymore, C. Kemble, Cory, Maddocks, Mrs Siddons, Miss Heard, Mrs Coates. Cast from text (John Stockdale, 1800): King Henry-Aickin; Prince Richard-Kemble; Prince John-Barrymore; Clifford-C. Kemble; Legate-Cory; Officer-Maddocks; Adelaide-Mrs Siddons; Emma-Miss Heard; Abbess-Mrs Coates; Prologue-C. Kemble; Epilogue-Miss Mellon.
Role: King Henry Actor: Aickin
Role: Prince Richard Actor: Kemble
Role: Prince John Actor: Barrymore
Role: Clifford Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Legate Actor: Cory
Role: Officer Actor: Maddocks
Role: Adelaide Actor: Mrs Siddons
Role: Emma Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Abbess Actor: Mrs Coates
Role: Prologue Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Epilogue Actor: Miss Mellon.
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Related Work: Adelaide Author(s): Henry James Pye

Afterpiece Title: The First Floor

Role: Whimsey Actor: Hollingsworth
Role: Monford Actor: Caulfield
Role: Young Whimsey Actor: Palmer
Role: Tim Tartlett Actor: Bannister Jun.
Role: Furnish Actor: Suett
Role: Simon Actor: Surmont
Role: Mrs Pattypan Actor: Mrs Walcot
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Nancy Actor: Miss Tidswell.
Event Comment: The Duke's Company. On Thursday 10 Dec. 1663, Pepys reported that this play was to be acted the following week, but the date of the first performance is uncertain. But--except for the holidays--it was probably acted on consecutive days until 1 Jan. 1663@4, when Pepys saw it. The play is also in Herbert, Dramatic Records, p. 138, as a "Revived Play." Pepys, Diary: I perceive the King and Duke and the Court was going to the Duke's playhouse to see Henry VIII. acted, which is said to be an admirable play. But, Lord! to see now near I was to have broken my oathe, or run the hazard of 20s. losse, so much my nature was hot to have gone thither; but I did not go. Downes (p.24): King Henry the 8th, This Play, by Order of Sir William Davenant, was all new Cloath'd in proper Habits: The King's was new, all the Lords, the Cardinals, the Bishops, the Doctors, Proctors, Lawyers, Tip-staves, new Scenes: The part of the King was so right and justly done by Mr Betterton, he being Instructed in it by Sir William, who had it from Old Mr Lowen, that had his Instructions from Mr Shakespear himself, that I dare and will aver, none can, or will come near him in this Age, in the performance of that part: Mr Harris's performance of Cardinal Wolsey, was little Inferior to that, he doing it with such just State, Port, and Mein, that I dare affirm, none hitherto has Equall'd him:...Every part by the great Care of Sir William, being exactly perform'd; it being all new Scenes; it continu'd Acting 15 Days together with general Applause


Mainpiece Title: Henry Viii

Performance Comment: Downes (Roscius Anglicanus, p.24): King-Betterton; Wolsey-Harris; Duke of Buckingham-Smith; Norfolk-Nokes; Suffolk-Lilliston; Cardinal Campeius, Cranmur-Medburn; Bishop Gardiner-Underhill; Earl of Surry-Young; Lord Sands-Price; Queen Catherine-Mrs Betterton.
Role: King Actor: Betterton
Role: Wolsey Actor: Harris
Role: Duke of Buckingham Actor: Smith
Role: Norfolk Actor: Nokes
Role: Suffolk Actor: Lilliston
Role: Cranmur Actor: Medburn
Role: Bishop Gardiner Actor: Underhill
Role: Earl of Surry Actor: Young
Role: Lord Sands Actor: Price
Role: Queen Catherine Actor: Mrs Betterton.
Event Comment: The Duke's Company. Pepys, Diary: Here comes Harris, and first told us how Betterton is come again upon the stage: whereupon my wife and company to the [Duke's] house to see Henry the Fifth.... Thence I to the playhouse, and saw a piece of the play, and glad to see Betterton


Mainpiece Title: Henry The Fifth

Performance Comment: Owen Tudor?-Betterton; Henry V-Harris?; Princess Katherine-Mrs Betterton?. See also 13 Aug. 1664.
Role: Owen Tudor? Actor: Betterton
Role: Henry V Actor: Harris?
Role: Princess Katherine Actor: Mrs Betterton?. See also 13 Aug. 1664.
Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; CO 3, by Henry Bate]: With new Music, Scenes, Dresses, and Decorations. The Music (with a few exceptions) composed entirely new by Shield. And new Scenery designed and chiefly executed by Richards. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. [Williamson was formely a chorus singer at this theatre; Mme Pieltain had sung at the king's in the season of 1788-89. Afterpiece in place of The Deaf Lover, advertised on playbill of 25 Feb.] "The author is very little responsible for his part of the entertainment, which he acknowledges was composed chiefly for the purpose of [the music, which] in the taste of the present day is almost the only essential part of such an entertainment" (Gazetteer, 28 Feb.). Oracle, 7 May 1791: Thas Day is published The Woodman (1s. 6d.). Receipts: #243 2s. (239.17.6; 3.4.6)


Mainpiece Title: The Woodman

Performance Comment: [Principal Characters-Quick, Bannister, Johnstone, Blanchard, Incledon, Williamson (1st appearance in a speaking part), Cross, Mrs Martyr, Mrs Webb, Miss Huntley, Mme Pieltain (1st appearance on the English stage non-operatic]; Rest of; the Vocal Parts-Mrs Mountain, Mrs Warrell, Miss Williams, Mrs Harlowe, Miss Stuart, Miss Barnet, Mrs Watts, Miss Francis, Mrs Arnold, Mrs Davenett, Mrs Rock, Mrs Cross, Mrs Powell, Mrs Gray, Mrs Masters, Mrs Platt, Mrs Ratchford, Mrs Byrne, Mrs Goodwin; [Cast from text (T. Cadell, 1791): Sir Walter Waring-Quick; Fairlop the Woodman-Bannister; Capt. O'Donnel-Johnstone; Medley-Blanchard; Wilford-Incledon; Bob the Miller-Williamson; Filbert the Gardener-Cross; Dolly-Mrs Martyr; Miss Di Clackit-Mrs Webb; Polly-Miss Huntley; Emily-Mme Pieltain [in text: Miss Dall (see17910310; Kitty Maple-Miss Stuart; Bridget-Mrs Cross.

Afterpiece Title: Two Strings to Your Bow

Role: Characters Actor: Munden, Bernard, Davies, Macready, Powel, Thompson, Cross, Miss Stuart, Miss Brangin, Mrs Harlowe.
Role: Lazarillo Actor: Munden
Role: Borachio Actor: Bernard
Role: Octavio Actor: Davies
Role: Ferdinand Actor: Macready
Role: Don Pedro Actor: Powel
Role: Don Sancho Actor: Thompson
Role: Waiter Actor: Cross
Role: Leonora Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Maid Servant Actor: Miss Brangin
Role: Donna Clara Actor: Mrs Harlowe.
Role: Go patter to Lubbers Actor: Incledon
Role: A Sailor's life's a life of woe Actor: Mrs Harlowe, in place of The Greenwich Pensioner.
Role: Vapid Actor: Lewis
Role: Lord Scratch Actor: Quick
Role: Ennui Actor: Bernard
Role: Floriville Actor: Blanchard
Role: Peter Actor: Thompson
Role: Willoughby Actor: Macready
Role: Neville Actor: Holman
Role: Marianne Actor: Mrs Wells
Role: Lady Waitfor't Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Letitia Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Miss Courtney Actor: Miss Brunton
Role: Principal Characters Actor: Miss _Rowson.
Role: Clueline Actor: Bannister
Role: Frederick Actor: Johnstone
Role: Sir Fidget Fearful Actor: Wilson
Role: Gregory Actor: Blanchard
Role: Flambeau Actor: Bernard
Role: Whim Actor: Rees
Role: Squire Thicket Actor: Incledon
Role: Sophia Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Peggy Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Female Indian Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: With Dialogue Actor:
Role: I'm jolly Dick the Lamplighter Actor: Bernard
Role: Let Bards elate Actor: Blanchard
Role: Of the Ancients its speaking Actor: Johnstone
Role: Here a shere Hulk lies poor Tom Bowling Actor: Bannister
Role: How much I love thee Actor: Wilson
Role: Abergavenny is fine Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: To Batchelor's Hall Actor: Incledon
Role: Ben Backstay lov'd the gentle Anna Actor: Bannister
Role: with thy happiest flight Actor: Incledon
Role: Of all Sensations Pity brings Actor: Incledon
Role: Conclude with Rural Masquerade Actor:
Role: 'Twas in the good ship Rover Actor: Bannister
Role: and true he says Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Sure an't the World a Masquerade Actor: Johnstone, Chorus
Event Comment: A New Ballad Opera. [By Henry Potter.


Mainpiece Title: The Decoy; Or, The Harlot's Progress

Performance Comment: Edition of 1733 lists: Sir Francis Firebriecks-Lyon; Mr Xenodocky-Stoppelaer; Sir Ralph Reformage-Huddy; Justice Hamper-Penkethman; Justice Touchmore-Excell; Justice Bridleman-Collet; Mr Lookout-Rosco; Captain Wou'dbe-Bardin; Sir ThomasPairnails-James; Squire Spendthrift-Jenkins; Skinflint-Norris; ThomasDrivewell-Norris; Mrs Haverly-Hulett; Mrs Clarkwell-Pearce; Mrs Frisk-Mrs Williamson; Mrs Stroaker-Mrs Houghton; Mrs Fulmore-Mrs Christian; Jenny Ogle-Mrs Roberts; Henriette Shuffle-Miss Wherrit; Sukey Slattern-Mrs Purden; Mary Licklips-Mrs Vallois; Diana Stepwell-Mrs Morgan; Betty Drostlepate-Miss Sandham.
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Event Comment: [By Henry Fielding.] Never Acted before


Mainpiece Title: Love In Several Masques

Performance Comment: Principal parts-Wilks, Mills, Cibber, Bridgwater, Griffin, Harper, Miller, Mrs Oldfield, Mrs Porter, Mrs Moor, Mrs Mills; but edition of 1728 lists: Wisemore-Mills; Mertial-Wilks; Malvil-Bridgwater; Lord Formal-Griffin; Rattle-Cibber; Sir Postive Trap-Harper; Sir Apish Simple-Miller; Lady Matchless-Mrs Oldfield; Vermilia-Mrs Porter; Helena-Mrs Booth; Lady Trap-Mrs Moor; Catchit-Mrs Mills; Prologue Occasioned by its Succeeding The Provoked Husband,-Mills; Epilogue-Miss Robinson Jr.
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Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; C 5, by Henry Mackenzie, based on La Fausse Inconstance; ou, Le Triomphe de l'Honnetete, by Fanny de Beauharnais. Larpent MS 852; text 1st published in Mackenzie's Works, Vol. VIII (Edinburgh, 1808), as False Shame; or, The White Hypocrite; it assigns no parts. Prologue and Epilogue by the author (see text)]. [Afterpiece in place of Love and War, advertised on playbill of 4 Dec.] Receipts: #202 13s. 6d. (191.3.6; 11.10.0)


Mainpiece Title: The Force Of Fashion

Performance Comment: Characters-Lewis, Ryder, Farren, Bernard, Macready, Harley, Mrs Achmet, Mrs Bernard, Miss Stuart, Mrs Powell, Mrs Pope. [Cast from European Magazine, Dec. 1789, p. 459: Sedley-Lewis; William-Ryder; Sir Charles Dormer-Farren; Lord Lapwing-Bernard; James-Macready; Montfort-Harley; Julia Montfort-Mrs Achmet; Miss Danby-Mrs Bernard; Maid Servant [Larpent MS: Minikin]-Miss Stuart; Lucretia-Mrs Powell [Larpent MS]; Lady Dormer-Mrs Pope; Prologue-Bernard; Epilogue-Mrs Pope.
Role: Characters Actor: Lewis, Ryder, Farren, Bernard, Macready, Harley, Mrs Achmet, Mrs Bernard, Miss Stuart, Mrs Powell, Mrs Pope.
Role: Sedley Actor: Lewis
Role: William Actor: Ryder
Role: Sir Charles Dormer Actor: Farren
Role: Lord Lapwing Actor: Bernard
Role: James Actor: Macready
Role: Montfort Actor: Harley
Role: Julia Montfort Actor: Mrs Achmet
Role: Miss Danby Actor: Mrs Bernard
Role: Minikin] Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Lucretia Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Lady Dormer Actor: Mrs Pope
Role: Prologue Actor: Bernard
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Pope.
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Afterpiece Title: The Citizen

Role: Young Philpot Actor: Bernard
Role: Sir Jasper Wilding Actor: Thompson
Role: Young Wilding Actor: Davies
Role: Beaufort Actor: Macready
Role: Quildrive Actor: C. Powell
Role: Dapper Actor: Rock
Role: Old Philpot Actor: Quick
Role: Corinna Actor: Miss Brangin
Role: Maria Actor: Miss Richards
Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; CO 3, by Henry Bate]: With new Music, Scenes [by Richards, Hodgins, Walmsley (Morning Herald, 24 Feb.)] and Dresses. The Music composed by Shield. The Dances by Byrn. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. Morning Chronicle, 20 Mar. 1794: This Day is published THE TRAVELLERS IN SWITZERLAND (1s. 6d.) The Doors will be opened at 5: 30, and the Performances begin at 6: 30, for the remainder of the Season. Receipts: #292 2s. 6d. (288/9/6; 3/13/0)


Mainpiece Title: The Travellers In Switzerland

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Quick, Johnstone, Munden, Blanchard, Fawcett, Townsend, Richardson, Rock, Thompson, Linton, Street, Rees, Abbot, Incledon//Mrs Mattocks, Mrs Martyr, Miss Poole, Miss Hopkins, Mrs Henley, Mrs Castelle, Mrs Clcndining. [Cast from text Q. Debrett, 1794): Daniel-Quick; Dorimond-Johnstone; Mr Sidney-Munden; Robin-Blanchard; Count Friponi-Fawcett; Fisherman-Townsend; Serjeant-Richardson; Sir Leinster M'Loghlin-Rock; Swiss Burgher-Thompson; Landlord-Linton; Miss Somerville's Servant-Street [in text: Blurton]; Freebooters-Rees, Abbot; Dalton-Incledon//Lady Philippa Sidney-Mrs Mattocks; Nerinda-Mrs Martyr; Miss Somerville-Miss Poole; Shepherdess-Miss Hopkins; Margery-Mrs Henley; Lady's Maid-Mrs Castelle [in text: Mrs Blurton]; Julia-Mrs Clendining.] hathi. hathi.
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Afterpiece Title: THE DEAF LOVER

Performance Comment: Meadows-Munden; Groom-Blanchard; Canteen- Bernard; Young Wrongward-Macready; Old Wrongward Powel; John-Thompson; Sternhold-Rees; James-Farley II Sophia-Miss Chapman; Maid-Mrs Watts; Betsey Blossom-Mrs Martyr .
Role: Meadows Actor: Munden
Role: Groom Actor: Blanchard
Role: Canteen Actor: Bernard
Role: Young Wrongward Actor: Macready
Role: John Actor: Thompson
Role: Sternhold Actor: Rees
Role: James Actor: Farley II Sophia-Miss Chapman
Role: Farley II Sophia Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Maid Actor: Mrs Watts
Role: Betsey Blossom Actor: Mrs Martyr
Event Comment: [By Henry Fielding.


Mainpiece Title: The Temple Beau

Performance Comment: Temple Beau-Giffard; other parts by W. Giffard, W. Williams, Penkethman, Burney, W. Bullock, Collett, Mrs Giffard, Mrs Haughton, Mrs Purden, Mrs Seal; but edition of 1730 lists Sir Avarice Pedant-Collet; Sir Harry Wilding-Penkethman; Wilding-Giffard; Veromil-W. Giffard; Valentine-Williams; Pedant-Bullock; Pincet-Bardin; Lady Lucy Pedant-Mrs Giffard; Lady Gravely-Mrs Haughton; Bellaria-Mrs Purden; Clarissa-Mrs Seal; Prologue by James Ralph-Giffard; Epilogue by a Friend-Mrs Giffard.
Role: Temple Beau Actor: Giffard
Role: edition of 1730 lists Sir Avarice Pedant Actor: Collet
Role: Sir Harry Wilding Actor: Penkethman
Role: Wilding Actor: Giffard
Role: Veromil Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Valentine Actor: Williams
Role: Pedant Actor: Bullock
Role: Pincet Actor: Bardin
Role: Lady Lucy Pedant Actor: Mrs Giffard
Role: Lady Gravely Actor: Mrs Haughton
Role: Bellaria Actor: Mrs Purden
Role: Clarissa Actor: Mrs Seal
Role: James Ralph Actor: Giffard
Role: Epilogue by a Friend Actor: Mrs Giffard.
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Event Comment: Never Acted before. Written by the Author of Tom Thumb [Henry Fielding]. With New Scenes and other Decorations


Mainpiece Title: Rape Upon Rape; Or, The Justice Caught In His Own Trap

Performance Comment: Edition of 1730 lists: Worthy-Paget; Squeezum-Jones; Politick-Roscoe; Ramble-Mullart; Constant-Stopler; Sotmore-F. Lacy; Daddle-Reynolds; Quill-Wells; Staff-Dove; Porter-Hicks; Faithful-Wathen; Hilaret-Mrs Mullart; Isabella-Mrs Williamson; Mrs Squeezum-Mrs Forrester; Mrs Staff-Mrs Lacy; Cloris-Mrs Smith; Prologue-Paget; Epilogue-Mrs Mullart.
Role: Worthy Actor: Paget
Role: Squeezum Actor: Jones
Role: Politick Actor: Roscoe
Role: Ramble Actor: Mullart
Role: Constant Actor: Stopler
Role: Sotmore Actor: F. Lacy
Role: Daddle Actor: Reynolds
Role: Quill Actor: Wells
Role: Staff Actor: Dove
Role: Porter Actor: Hicks
Role: Faithful Actor: Wathen
Role: Hilaret Actor: Mrs Mullart
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Williamson
Role: Mrs Squeezum Actor: Mrs Forrester
Role: Mrs Staff Actor: Mrs Lacy
Role: Cloris Actor: Mrs Smith
Role: Prologue Actor: Paget
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Mullart.
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