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Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Pope. Mainpiece: Not acted these 6 years. Afterpiece: Not acted these 5 years. Oracle, 25 Feb.: Tickets to be had of Mrs Pope at her house in Half Moon-street, Piccadilly. Receipts: #498 5s. (319.2; 8.12; tickets: 170.11)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Merry Wives Of Windsor

Performance Comment: Mr Ford-Pope; Dr Caius-Quick; Mr Page-Macready; Sir Hugh Evans-Townsend; Slender-Knight (Their 1st appearance in those characters); Fenton-Toms; Justice Shallow-Powel; Host of the Garter-Thompson; Jack Rugby-Farley; Falstaff-Fawcett (1st appearance in that character); Mrs Page-Mrs Mattocks; Anne Page (1st time)-Miss Mansel; Dame Quickly (1st time)-Mrs Davenport; Mrs Ford-Mrs Pope.
Cast
Role: Mr Ford Actor: Pope
Role: Dr Caius Actor: Quick
Role: Mr Page Actor: Macready
Role: Sir Hugh Evans Actor: Townsend
Role: Slender Actor: Knight
Role: Fenton Actor: Toms
Role: Justice Shallow Actor: Powel
Role: Host of the Garter Actor: Thompson
Role: Jack Rugby Actor: Farley
Role: Falstaff Actor: Fawcett
Role: Mrs Page Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Anne Page Actor: Miss Mansel
Role: Dame Quickly Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Mrs Ford Actor: Mrs Pope.

Afterpiece Title: High Life below Stairs

Performance Comment: Duke's Servant (for that night only)-Lewis; Lovell-Munden; Sir Harry's Servant (with a Mock Minuet)-Knight; Philip-Davenport; Freeman-Macready; Tom-Rees; Robert-Thompson; Coachman-Powel; Lady Charlotte-Miss Logan; Cook-Mrs Norton; Lady Bab-Mrs Davenport; Kitty (with a song and Mock Minuet, for that night only)-Mrs Pope.
Cast
Role: Duke's Servant Actor: Lewis
Role: Lovell Actor: Munden
Role: Sir Harry's Servant Actor: Knight
Role: Philip Actor: Davenport
Role: Freeman Actor: Macready
Role: Tom Actor: Rees
Role: Robert Actor: Thompson
Role: Coachman Actor: Powel
Role: Lady Charlotte Actor: Miss Logan
Role: Cook Actor: Mrs Norton
Role: Lady Bab Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Kitty Actor: Mrs Pope.

Entertainment: Monologue.End: Collins's Ode on the Passions (1st and only time)-Mrs Pope

Performance Comment: End: Collins's Ode on the Passions (1st and only time)-Mrs Pope.

Song: After the monologue: My Mother had a Maid called Barbara (words by Shakespeare, music by Shield)-Incledon, Bowden, Townsend, Linton, Mrs Clendining; The Minstrel's Song [Where is that tow'ring spirit fled?] from The Days of Yore-Mrs Clendining; [accompanied on the harp-Weippert; O why to be happy (music by Shield)-Incledon, Linton, Bowden; Ye Gentlemen of England-Incledon, Bowden, Townsend, Linton

Performance Comment: ] from The Days of Yore-Mrs Clendining; [accompanied on the harp-Weippert; O why to be happy (music by Shield)-Incledon, Linton, Bowden; Ye Gentlemen of England-Incledon, Bowden, Townsend, Linton.
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)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: How To Grow Rich

Cast
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.
Related Works
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: Benefit for Mrs Clendining. 1st piece: Not acted these 2 years. 2nd piece: In one Act. Morning Herald, 22 May: Tickets to be had of Mrs Clendining, No. 22, Southampton-street, Covent-Garden. Receipts: #127 5s. (31.3.6; 6.2.6; tickets: 89.19.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Fontainbleau

Performance Comment: Lackland-Lewis; Lepoche-Murray; Squire Tally@ho-Munden; Lord Winlove-Incledon; Sir John Bull-Waddy; Col. Epaulette-Farley; Henry-Johnstone; Rosa-Mrs Mountain; Lady Bull-Mrs Davenport; Cecilia (1st time)-Miss Wheatley; Mrs Casy-Mrs Clendining; Nannette-Mrs Martyr; Miss Dolly Bull-Mrs Mattocks.
Cast
Role: Lackland Actor: Lewis
Role: Lepoche Actor: Murray
Role: Squire Tally@ho Actor: Munden
Role: Lord Winlove Actor: Incledon
Role: Sir John Bull Actor: Waddy
Role: Epaulette Actor: Farley
Role: Henry Actor: Johnstone
Role: Rosa Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Lady Bull Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Cecilia Actor: Miss Wheatley
Role: Mrs Casy Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Nannette Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Miss Dolly Bull Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Afterpiece Title: Cross Purposes

Performance Comment: Grub-Munden; Chapeau-Knight; George Bevil-Clarke; Robin-Farley; Frank Bevil-Claremont; Cecilia-Miss Mansel; Mrs Grub-Mrs Davenport.
Cast
Role: Grub Actor: Munden
Role: Chapeau Actor: Knight
Role: George Bevil Actor: Clarke
Role: Robin Actor: Farley
Role: Frank Bevil Actor: Claremont
Role: Cecilia Actor: Miss Mansel
Role: Mrs Grub Actor: Mrs Davenport.

Afterpiece Title: The Poor Sailor

Performance Comment: As17980209, but Little Bob-Miss Clendining (daughter of Mrs Clendining; 1st appearance on any stage); Eliza-Mrs Clendining.
Cast
Role: Little Bob Actor: Miss Clendining
Role: Eliza Actor: Mrs Clendining.
Role: Lieutenant Battledor Actor: Incledon
Role: Compass Actor: Davenport
Role: Bumbo Actor: Farley
Role: O'Daub Actor: Waddy
Role: Freakish Actor: Townsend
Role: Lieutenant Actor: Gray
Role: Battledor Actor: Munden
Role: Miss Ann Battledor Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Nancy Actor: Miss Wheatley

Music: End 1st piece: the British March- his Royal Highnessthe Duke of York's Band

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Clendining. [1st piece in place of The Travellers in Switzerland, advertised on playbill of 23 May.] Morning Herald, 22 May: Tickets to be had of Mrs Clendining, No. 13, King-street, Covent-Garden. Receipts: #157 18s. (55.10; 3.19; tickets: 98.9)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love In A Village

Performance Comment: As17960917, but Rosetta (1st time)-Mrs Clendining.
Cast
Role: Rosetta Actor: Mrs Clendining.
Role: Young Meadows Actor: Incledon
Role: Hawthorn Actor: Bowden
Role: Hodge Actor: Knight
Role: Sir William Meadows Actor: Powel
Role: Eustace Actor: Townsend
Role: Carter Actor: Follett
Role: Footman Actor: Blurton
Role: Justice Woodcock Actor: Quick
Role: Deborah Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Madge Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Lucinda Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Cook Actor: Mr Simmons
Role: Maid Actor: Mrs Lloyd

Afterpiece Title: An Harmonic Festival

Performance Comment: Sally in our Alley-Incledon; The Minstrel's Song [Where is that towering spirit fled?] , from The Days of Yore-Mrs Clendining; accompanied on the harp-Weippert; The Disconsolate Sailor-Mrs Martyr; Admiral Benbow-Incledon; The Soldier tir'd of Wars alarms-Mrs Clendining.

Afterpiece Title: Lovers' Quarrels

Cast
Role: Leonora Actor: Miss Wallis.
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: Isabella Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Jacintha Actor: Mrs Mattocks

Dance: End I: The Statute Dance-

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Clendining. The Poetry of the additional Songs [in 1st piece] by Peter Pindar, Esq. [pseud. for John Wolcot]. Morning Herald, 27 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Mrs Clendining, No. 19, Martlett-court, Bow-street, Covent-garden. "Mrs Clendining's endeavours to entertain were successful, and Fitzroy by Incledon gave a rich feast to the musical amateur. The air beginning, 'Dear Tom, this brown jug,' had a fine effect by the music being omitted" (Diary, 18 May). Receipts: #273 17s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Inkle And Yarico

Performance Comment: As17930425, but Yarico (with a song to the music of Queen Mary's Lamentation, and a celebrated air from Paisiello)-Mrs Clendining (1st appearance in that character).
Cast
Role: Yarico Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Wowski Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Hush Ev'ry Breeze Actor: Mrs Crouch
Role: Sweet Bird Actor: Mrs Crouch
Role: accompanied on the flute Actor: Ashe
Role: from the Hanover Actor:
Role: Inkle Actor: Johnstone
Role: Sir Christopher Curry Actor: Quick
Role: Campley Actor: Davies
Role: Medium Actor: Powel
Role: Mate Actor: Darley
Role: Planters Actor: Evatt, Rock, Thompson
Role: Sailor Actor: Ledger
Role: Trudge Actor: Fawcett
Role: Narcissa Actor: Mrs Blanchard
Role: Patty Actor: Mrs Fawcett

Afterpiece Title: The Soldier's Festival

Afterpiece Title: The Poor Soldier

Performance Comment: As17921204, but Dermot (for that night only)-Mrs Clendining; Fitzroy (with an additional song)-Incledon (1st appearance in that character).
Cast
Role: Dermot Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Fitzroy Actor: Incledon
Role: Kathlane Actor: Mrs Martyr.
Role: Patrick Actor: Johnstone
Role: Father Luke Actor: Rock
Role: Bagatelle Actor: Marshall
Role: Darby Actor: Munden
Role: Norah Actor: Miss Broadhurst

Music: End: a concerto of his own composition, on the Grand Piano Forte-King (1st appearance in public)

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Clendining. 3rd piece: To conclude as 15 Apr. Morning Herald, 16 May: Tickets to be had of Mrs Clendining, No. 13, King-street, Covent-Garden. Receipts: #238 4s. (100.15; 15.4; tickets: 122.5)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Inkle And Yarico

Cast
Role: Additional Songs Actor: Johnstone.
Role: Inkle Actor: Johnstone
Role: Sir Christopher Curry Actor: Quick
Role: Campley Actor: Incledon
Role: Mate Actor: Townsend
Role: Medium Actor: Powel
Role: Trudge Actor: Fawcett
Role: Wowski Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Narcissa Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Patty Actor: Mrs Fawcett
Role: Yarico Actor: Mrs Clendining.

Afterpiece Title: Tom Thumb

Performance Comment: Tom Thumb (with The Little Farthing Rushlight)-Young Standen; Grizzle-Powel; Ghost-Bowden; Doodle-Haymes; Noodle-Townsend; Arthur-Munden; Huncamunca-Mrs Clendining; Glumdalca-Mr Richardson; Dollalolla-Mrs Martyr.
Cast
Role: Tom Thumb Actor: Young Standen
Role: Grizzle Actor: Powel
Role: Ghost Actor: Bowden
Role: Doodle Actor: Haymes
Role: Noodle Actor: Townsend
Role: Arthur Actor: Munden
Role: Huncamunca Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Glumdalca Actor: Mr Richardson
Role: Dollalolla Actor: Mrs Martyr.

Afterpiece Title: The Point at Herqui

Cast
Role: French Commandant Actor: Farley.
Role: Nancy Actor: Mrs Mountain.
Role: Sir Charles Racket Actor: Lewis
Role: Woodley Actor: Macready
Role: Lovelace Actor: Farley
Role: Drugget Actor: Munden
Role: Dimity Actor: Mrs Fawcett
Role: Mrs Drugget Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Lady Racket Actor: Mrs Mattocks.
Role: Captain of the Diamond Actor: Incledon
Role: O'Liffey Actor: Johnstone
Role: Napkin Actor: Fawcett
Role: Lounger Actor: Munden
Role: Mat Midships Actor: Mrs Martyr

Dance: In 3rd piece: a new incidental Dance, as17960415

Song: In 3rd piece: songs As17960503; In Evening: Mad Bess (1st time), the Minstrel's Song [Where is that tow'ring spirit fled?] [from The Days of Yore-Mrs Clendining; Harp-Weippert

Performance Comment: ] [from The Days of Yore-Mrs Clendining; Harp-Weippert.
Cast
Role: from The Days of Yore Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Harp Actor: Weippert.
Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Clendining. At the Special Desire of his Excellency the Turkish Ambassador [see 7 May]. 3rd piece: Engagement, etc. as 26 May, but Moving Figures not specified. Morning Herald, 26 May: Tickets to be had of Mrs Clendining, No. 5, Bow-street, Covent Garden. Receipts: #301 10s. (136/3; 6/12; tickets: 158/15)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Road To Ruin

Performance Comment: As17931003, but Sophia (with a song)-Mrs Clendining (1st appearance in that character) .
Cast
Role: Sophia Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Goldfinch Actor: Lewis
Role: Silky Actor: Quick
Role: Harry Dornton Actor: Holman
Role: Dornton Actor: Munden
Role: Sulky Actor: Cubitt
Role: Milford Actor: Harley
Role: Smith Actor: Powel
Role: Jenny Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Mrs Warren Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Afterpiece Title: ROSINA

Performance Comment: As17931107, but Belville (for that night only, with Old Towler)-Incledon; Captain Belville-Townsend; William (for that night only, with The Brown Jug)-Mrs Clendining//Rosina-Mrs Clendining's Sister (1st appearance on any stage [Miss Arnold]) .Miss Arnold]) .

Afterpiece Title: THE SHIPWRECK

Cast
Role: Angelina Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Leonora Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Sir Gregory Forrester Actor: Quick
Role: Peregrine Forrester Actor: Munden
Role: Fieldair Actor: Incledon
Role: Peter Actor: Blanchard
Role: Cartridge Actor: Fawcett
Role: Forrester Actor: Macready
Role: Waiter Actor: Farley
Role: Susan Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Bar Maid Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Clara Actor: Mrs Clendining.
Role: Principal Pantomimic Characters Actor: Hawtin in place of _Simpson, Ledger of Hawtin
Role: Vocal Characters Actor: Miss +Kirton, in place of Mrs _Masters.
Role: Harlequin Actor: Simpson
Role: Clown Actor: Follett
Role: Lover Actor: Farley
Role: Woodcutter Actor: Rock
Role: Bricklayers Actor: Evatt, Thompson
Role: Lover's Servant Actor: Rees
Role: Pantaloon Actor: Claremont
Role: Gardener Actor: Hawtin
Role: Colombine Actor: Mrs Watts
Role: Shepherdess Actor: Mrs Martyr, Mrs Mountain
Role: Louisa Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Colloony Actor: Middleton
Role: Murtoch Delany Actor: Johnstone
Role: Cymon Actor: Blanchard
Role: Frost Actor: Munden
Role: Edward Actor: Fawcett
Role: Captain Seymour Actor: Harley
Role: Caroline Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Cubba Actor: Mrs Fawcett
Role: . Captain Briton Actor: Byrn
Role: Boatswain Actor: Farley
Role: Midshipman Actor: Jackson
Role: Cabin Boy Actor: SimmonsCaptain's Lady-Mme Rossi. French Characters. General Sanguinaire-Cranfield
Role: SimmonsCaptain's Lady Actor: Mme Rossi. French Characters. General Sanguinaire-Cranfield
Role: General Sanguinaire Actor: Cranfield
Role: Monsieur L'Ingrate Actor: Holland. Indian Characters. Indian Chief-FollettFemale Savage-Mr Rock
Role: Indian Chief Actor: FollettFemale Savage-Mr Rock
Role: FollettFemale Savage Actor: Mr Rock
Role: Sir Simon Meagre Actor: Quick
Role: Lovejoke Actor: Munden
Role: Captain Credulous Actor: Harley
Role: Clerimont Actor: Macready
Role: Gentlemen Actor: Farley, Evatt, Thompson
Role: Servants Actor: Simmons, Blurton
Role: Mrs Credulous Actor: Mrs Fawcett
Role: Nancy Actor: Mrs Davis
Role: Lady Meagre Actor: Mrs Webb.
Role: Captain Briton Actor: Byrn
Role: Captain's Lady Actor: Mme Rossi
Role: Female Savage Actor: Mr Rock.
Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Clendining. 2nd piece: Not acted these 10 years [acted 25 Apr. 1788]. 3rd piece [1st time; M 1, altered by John Gretton from his Ode performed at the Pantheon, 4 May. Larpent MS 1087; text printed in Morning Chronicle, 2 May 1795, with parts as above]: The Words by John Gretton, Esq. The Music by Spofforth; the Dances by Byrn. Books containing the Words of the Masque will be delivered gratis at the different Doors. Morning Herald, 5 June: Tickets to be had of Mrs Clendining, No. 13, King-street, Covent Garden. Receipts: #204 5s. (72.17; 7.15; tickets: 123.13)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Follies Of A Day

Performance Comment: As17941003, but Antonio-Munden; The Page (with a song)-Mrs Clendining (1st appearance in that character); Marcelina-_; Agnes-_.
Cast
Role: Antonio Actor: Munden
Role: The Page Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Ferdinand Actor: Johnstone
Role: Spado Actor: Quick
Role: Pedrillo Actor: Munden
Role: Don Caesar Actor: Bowden
Role: Philippo Actor: Townsend
Role: Don Scipio Actor: Powel
Role: Rapino Actor: Rock
Role: Sanguino Actor: Thompson
Role: Don Juan Actor: Rees
Role: Vasquez Actor: Farley
Role: Calvette Actor: Ledger
Role: Alphonso Actor: Incledon
Role: Victoria Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Catalina Actor: Mrs Arnold
Role: Isabel Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Lorenza Actor: Mrs Martyr.

Afterpiece Title: The Irish Widow

Performance Comment: Thomas-Munden (1st appearance in that character); Nephew-Macready; Whittle-Powel; Sir Patrick O'Neal-Rock; Bates-Davenport; Servants-Abbot, Blurton, Simmons; Kecksey-Bernard; Widow Brady (for that night only; with Garrick's original Epilogue Song)-Mrs Greville (late of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane).
Cast
Role: Thomas Actor: Munden
Role: Nephew Actor: Macready
Role: Whittle Actor: Powel
Role: Sir Patrick O'Neal Actor: Rock
Role: Bates Actor: Davenport
Role: Servants Actor: Abbot, Blurton, Simmons
Role: Kecksey Actor: Bernard
Role: Widow Brady Actor: Mrs Greville

Afterpiece Title: A Masque, In Honor of the Nuptials of His Royal Highness [the Prince of Wales with Caroline Princess of Brunswick on 8 April 1795]

Performance Comment: Principal Musical Characters-Townsend, Linton, Street, Williamson, Miss Kirton, Mrs Castelle, Mrs Arnold, Miss Stuart, Mrs Norton, Miss Leserve, Mrs Masters, Mrs Clendining. [Larpent MS lists the parts: Neptune, Tritons, Venus, Sea Nymphs.]Larpent MS lists the parts: Neptune, Tritons, Venus, Sea Nymphs.]

Afterpiece Title: The Poor Soldier

Performance Comment: As17940919, but Dermot (for that night only)-Mrs Clendining; Fitzroy (with Old Towler)-Incledon.
Cast
Role: Dermot Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Fitzroy Actor: Incledon.
Role: Patrick Actor: Johnstone
Role: Father Luke Actor: Rock
Role: Bagatelle Actor: Farley
Role: Darby Actor: Munden
Role: Norah Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Kathlane Actor: Mrs Martyr.

Dance: In 3rd piece: a Grand Dance-Byrn, Holland, Mlle St.Amand, Mme Rossi

Song: End I 2nd piece: The Richmond Primrose Girl (Music by Spofforth-Poetry by William Pearce, Esq.) sung in character-Mrs Clendining

Performance Comment: =) sung in character-Mrs Clendining.
Event Comment: [Mrs Gilbert was from the Birmingham theatre. Epilogue to 2nd piece not listed on playbill, but "The Epilogue was vociferously called for, and spoken by Vapid" (Oracle, 24 Sept.).] Receipts: #215 3s. 6d. (198.10.0; 16.13.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Annette And Lubin

Performance Comment: Lubin-Mrs Martyr; Lord of the Manor-Claremont; Bailiff-Haymes; Annette-Mrs Mountain.
Cast
Role: Lubin Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Lord of the Manor Actor: Claremont
Role: Bailiff Actor: Haymes
Role: Annette Actor: Mrs Mountain.

Afterpiece Title: The Dramatist

Performance Comment: Vapid-Lewis; Neville-Middleton; Ennui-Fawcett; Floriville-Macready; Willoughby-Claremont; Peter-Thompson; Lord Scratch-Munden; Marianne-Mrs Mountain; Lady Waitfor't-Mrs Gilbert (1st appearance on this stage); Miss Courtney-Miss Chapman; Epilogue-Lewis.
Cast
Role: Vapid Actor: Lewis
Role: Neville Actor: Middleton
Role: Ennui Actor: Fawcett
Role: Floriville Actor: Macready
Role: Willoughby Actor: Claremont
Role: Peter Actor: Thompson
Role: Lord Scratch Actor: Munden
Role: Marianne Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Lady Waitfor't Actor: Mrs Gilbert
Role: Miss Courtney Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Epilogue Actor: Lewis.

Afterpiece Title: Hartford Bridge; or, The Skirts of the Camp

Performance Comment: Sir Gregory Forrester-Quick; Peregrine Forrester-Munden; Captain Fieldair-Incledon; Peter-Townsend; Cartridge-Farley; Capt. Forrester-Macready; Waiter-Simmons; Susan-Mrs Martyr; Bar@maid-Mrs Norton; Clara-Mrs Clendining.
Cast
Role: Sir Gregory Forrester Actor: Quick
Role: Peregrine Forrester Actor: Munden
Role: Captain Fieldair Actor: Incledon
Role: Peter Actor: Townsend
Role: Cartridge Actor: Farley
Role: Forrester Actor: Macready
Role: Waiter Actor: Simmons
Role: Susan Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Bar@maid Actor: Mrs Norton
Role: Clara Actor: Mrs Clendining.
Event Comment: [Mrs Bridgman is identified in European Magazine, Oct. 1794, p. 285.] Receipts: #212 14s. 6d. (188.9.6; 24.5.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Grecian Daughter

Performance Comment: Evander-Pope; Dionysius-Farren; Phocion-Macready; Melanthon-Hull; Arcas-Powel; Calippus-Thompson; Greek Herald-Davies; Greek Soldier-Richardson; Philotas-Holman; Erixene-Mrs Platt; Euphrasia-A Young Lady (1st appearance on any stage [Mrs Bridgman]).Mrs Bridgman]).
Cast
Role: Evander Actor: Pope
Role: Dionysius Actor: Farren
Role: Phocion Actor: Macready
Role: Melanthon Actor: Hull
Role: Arcas Actor: Powel
Role: Calippus Actor: Thompson
Role: Greek Herald Actor: Davies
Role: Greek Soldier Actor: Richardson
Role: Philotas Actor: Holman
Role: Erixene Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Euphrasia Actor: A Young Lady

Afterpiece Title: Hartford Bridge

Performance Comment: Sir Gregory Forrester-Quick; Peregrine Forrester-Munden; Captain Fieldair-Incledon; Peter-Townsend; Cartridge-Fawcett; Capt. Forrester-Macready; Waiter-Farley; Susan-Mrs Martyr; Bar@Maid-Miss Stuart; Clara-Mrs Clendining.
Cast
Role: Sir Gregory Forrester Actor: Quick
Role: Peregrine Forrester Actor: Munden
Role: Captain Fieldair Actor: Incledon
Role: Peter Actor: Townsend
Role: Cartridge Actor: Fawcett
Role: Forrester Actor: Macready
Role: Waiter Actor: Farley
Role: Susan Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Bar@Maid Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Clara Actor: Mrs Clendining.

Dance: In afterpiece: The Lucky Escape-Byrn, Holland, Mlle St.Amand

Event Comment: Account-Book: Tickets delivered by Ledger, Claremont, Goostree. Mrs Dick, Mrs Egan will be admitted. 2nd piece [1st time; M. INT 1, by Richard Cumberland. Larpent MS 1111; not published]: To conclude with an Illumination, Transparency, and a Rural Procession. The Music partly selected, and partly composed, by Shield. The Harp by Weippert. The Bells by Lawrence. With appropriate Scenery, Dresses, and Decorations. [Written in honour of the Royal Marriage" [see dl, 13 May] (Morning Herald, 19 May). "If we are to have these repeated Congratulations, let them be written by men of spirit and invention. The public are miserably placed, in cases like the present: between a respect for their King and a respect for their own understandings, they know not how to act" (Monthly Visitor, May 1797, pp. 454-55, which also includes a brief synopsis of the plot). Receipts: #254 9s. 6d. (84.0.0; 11.2.6; tickets: 159.7.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Wives As They Were, And Maids As They Are

Cast
Role: Sedgly Actor: Hull.
Role: Inkle Actor: Johnstone
Role: Sir Christopher Curry Actor: Quick
Role: Campley Actor: Incledon
Role: Medium Actor: Powel
Role: Mate Actor: Townsend
Role: Trudge Actor: Fawcett
Role: Wowski Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Narcissa Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Patty Actor: Mrs Fawcett
Role: Yarico Actor: Mrs Ferguson.

Afterpiece Title: The Village Fete

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Quick, Incledon, Munden, Townsend, Bowden, Haymes, Linton, Street, Gray, Mrs Mountain, Mrs Clendining, Mrs Martyr. [Cast from Larpent MS: Sir Martin Marygold-Quick; Fairlove-Incledon; Nicholas-Munden; Peter the Preacher-Townsend [in MS: Fawcett]; Kate-Mrs Mountain [in MS: Mrs Henley]; Peggy-Mrs Clendining; Lady Marygold-Mrs Martyr [in MS: Mrs Gilbert]; unassigned-Bowden, Haymes, Linton, Street, Gray.
Cast
Role: Sir Martin Marygold Actor: Quick
Role: Fairlove Actor: Incledon
Role: Nicholas Actor: Munden
Role: Peter the Preacher Actor: Townsend
Role: Kate Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Peggy Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Lady Marygold Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: unassigned Actor: Bowden, Haymes, Linton, Street, Gray.

Afterpiece Title: Peeping Tom

Song: 2nd piece: Chorusses-Blurton, Abbot, Simmons, Hawtin, Curties, Lee, Little, Sawyer, Tett, J. Linton, Wilde, Thomas, Oddwell, Cranfield, Mrs Castelle, Mrs Masters, Mrs Watts, Miss Leserve, Mrs Norton, Mrs Lloyd, Mrs Follett, Miss Walcup, Mrs Henley, Miss Owen, Miss Gray

Performance Comment: Linton, Wilde, Thomas, Oddwell, Cranfield, Mrs Castelle, Mrs Masters, Mrs Watts, Miss Leserve, Mrs Norton, Mrs Lloyd, Mrs Follett, Miss Walcup, Mrs Henley, Miss Owen, Miss Gray.
Event Comment: Mainpiece: Altered into Three Acts. "All the comic part of the play is cut out" (Monthly Mirror, Dec. 1795, p. 123). Afterpiece [1st time; P 2, by William Pearce]: The Incidents principally selected from the legendary Ballads of the 13th Century. The Scenery, Machinery, Music, Dresses and Decorations entirely new, and in correct conformity to the Times. The Pantomime invented by Mr Lonsdale. The Songs written by Mr O'Keeffe. The Overture and the Music (with the exception of a few Antient Ballad Tunes) by Reeve. The Dances invented by Byrn. [The concluding Grand Scene regulated by Thomas Harris (Monthly Mirror, supra).] The Scenery painted by Hodgins, Lupino, Phillips, Thorne, Hollogan, Blackmore, and assistants. The Machinery by Sloper and Goosetree. The Dresses by Dick and Mrs Egan. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. [For a further assignment of the Vocal Characters and for a more detailed synopsis, see 4 Jan. 1796.] Account-Book, 16 Jan. 1796: Paid Goosetree for the Keep and Hire of Horses for the Pantomime #15 13s. Receipts: #321 19s. (318.10; 3.9)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Oroonoko

Performance Comment: Oroonoko-Pope; Governor-Richardson; Blandford-Macready; Capt. Driver-Davenport; Stanmore-Williamson; Aboan-Harley; Imoinda-Mrs Pope.
Cast
Role: Oroonoko Actor: Pope
Role: Governor Actor: Richardson
Role: Blandford Actor: Macready
Role: Driver Actor: Davenport
Role: Stanmore Actor: Williamson
Role: Aboan Actor: Harley
Role: Imoinda Actor: Mrs Pope.

Afterpiece Title: Merry Sherwood; or, Harlequin Forester

Performance Comment: Principal Vocal Characters-Incledon, Johnstone, Munden, Fawcett, Bowden, Knight, Townsend, Richardson, Haymes, Gray, Street, Linton, Spofforth, Tett, Mrs Serres, Mrs Mountain, Mrs Clendining, Mrs Martyr; Principal Pantomimic Characters: Robin Hood-Follett; Arthur of Bradley-Farley; Little John-Simmons; Will Scarlet-Cranfield; Will Stukely-Williamson; Locksley-Gray; Midge the Miller-Street; Clerk-Rees; Parson of Barnsdale-Platt; Sheriff of Nottingham-Thompson; Prince of Arragon-Holland; Two Giants-; Price, Stevens; Harlequin-Simpson; Maid Marian-Mlle St.Amand; Part I. Scene I. A View in Sherwood Forest, Robin Hood's Well; Principal Archer (with In Merry Sherwood)-Bowden; Dialogue Ballad-Robin Hood, the Tanner; The Witch of Sherwood-Mrs Martyr; Scene II. A View of the Suburbs of Nottingham; The Bellman's Chaunt-Fawcett; Scene III. A Hall in the Sheriff's House; Scene IV. A View of the Town Hall of Nottingham; Scene V. A Country Alehouse; Tinker's Song-Knight; Scene VI. The Pinfold of Wakefield Town; Scene VII. Robin Hood's Bower; Scene VIII. View in Plumpton Park; Song by Allen o'Dale-Incledon; Scene IX. Pollard Wood; Song by the Damsel-Mrs Clendining; Scene X. Song by the Earl's Daughter-Mrs Serres; The Defeat of the Two Giants. The Princess's Marriage with Will Scarlet. A Grand Dance of Warriors-in the Field of Combat. Part II. Scene I. A View of Fountain Dale; Song by Curtal Fryar-Bowden; Scene II. Fountain Abbey Wall; Scene III. A View of Nottingham Castle; Beggar's Ballad-Townsend; Scene IV. Nottingham Market Place; Robin's rescue of Will Stukely from the Sheriff of Nottingham. Song by Irish Pilgrim-Johnstone; Scene V. View in Barnsdale; Song by Allen o'Dale-Incledon; Scene VI. Barnsdale Church Yard; Song by the Old Knight-Munden; Scene VII, VIII and IX. Scarborough Cliffs; A View at Sea; A Plough Field; Scene X. A Forest View in Yorkshire; Song by Martha-Mrs Mountain; Scene XI. Birksley Monastery; Robin Hood's Death. Epitaph and Revival. Song by the Witch-; The Piece to conclude with a Grand Scene, representing the Triumphs of Archery. Order of the Procession: Banner, "Fabulous Archery." Apollo-Hercules-Diana-Orion-and Cupid-Four Satyrs drawing a moving Group of Figures, representing Penelope's Suitors trying to bend Ulysses' Bow. Banner, "Antient Archery," succeeded by Archers of the following nations: Persians-Parthian-Scythian-Ethiopian-Amazonian-Grecian-Thracian-Lycian-Roman. Banner, "Archery introduced into Britain." Pageant, representing the Landing of Julius Caesar-Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn; Finale, Chorus-.
Cast
Role: Principal Vocal Characters Actor: Incledon, Johnstone, Munden, Fawcett, Bowden, Knight, Townsend, Richardson, Haymes, Gray, Street, Linton, Spofforth, Tett, Mrs Serres, Mrs Mountain, Mrs Clendining, Mrs Martyr
Role: Robin Hood Actor: Follett
Role: Arthur of Bradley Actor: Farley
Role: Little John Actor: Simmons
Role: Will Scarlet Actor: Cranfield
Role: Will Stukely Actor: Williamson
Role: Locksley Actor: Gray
Role: Midge the Miller Actor: Street
Role: Clerk Actor: Rees
Role: Parson of Barnsdale Actor: Platt
Role: Sheriff of Nottingham Actor: Thompson
Role: Prince of Arragon Actor: Holland
Role: Two Giants Actor:
Role: Harlequin Actor: Simpson
Role: Maid Marian Actor: Mlle St.Amand
Role: Principal Archer Actor: Bowden
Role: Dialogue Ballad Actor: Robin Hood, the Tanner
Role: The Witch of Sherwood Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: The Bellman's Chaunt Actor: Fawcett
Role: Tinker's Song Actor: Knight
Role: Song by Allen o'Dale Actor: Incledon
Role: Song by the Damsel Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Song by the Earl's Daughter Actor: Mrs Serres
Role: A Grand Dance of Warriors Actor: in the Field of Combat. Part II. Scene I. A View of Fountain Dale
Role: Song by Curtal Fryar Actor: Bowden
Role: Beggar's Ballad Actor: Townsend
Role: Song by Irish Pilgrim Actor: Johnstone
Role: Song by Allen o'Dale Actor: Incledon
Role: Song by the Old Knight Actor: Munden
Role: Song by Martha Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Song by the Witch Actor:
Role: Apollo Actor: Hercules-Diana-Orion-and Cupid-Four Satyrs drawing a moving Group of Figures, representing Penelope's Suitors trying to bend Ulysses' Bow. Banner, "Antient Archery," succeeded by Archers of the following nations: Persians-Parthian-Scythian-Ethiopian-Amazonian-Grecian-Thracian-Lycian-Roman. Banner, "Archery introduced into Britain." Pageant, representing the Landing of Julius Caesar-Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Hercules Actor: Diana-Orion-and Cupid-Four Satyrs drawing a moving Group of Figures, representing Penelope's Suitors trying to bend Ulysses' Bow. Banner, "Antient Archery," succeeded by Archers of the following nations: Persians-Parthian-Scythian-Ethiopian-Amazonian-Grecian-Thracian-Lycian-Roman. Banner, "Archery introduced into Britain." Pageant, representing the Landing of Julius Caesar-Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Diana Actor: Orion-and Cupid-Four Satyrs drawing a moving Group of Figures, representing Penelope's Suitors trying to bend Ulysses' Bow. Banner, "Antient Archery," succeeded by Archers of the following nations: Persians-Parthian-Scythian-Ethiopian-Amazonian-Grecian-Thracian-Lycian-Roman. Banner, "Archery introduced into Britain." Pageant, representing the Landing of Julius Caesar-Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Orion Actor: and Cupid-Four Satyrs drawing a moving Group of Figures, representing Penelope's Suitors trying to bend Ulysses' Bow. Banner, "Antient Archery," succeeded by Archers of the following nations: Persians-Parthian-Scythian-Ethiopian-Amazonian-Grecian-Thracian-Lycian-Roman. Banner, "Archery introduced into Britain." Pageant, representing the Landing of Julius Caesar-Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: and Cupid Actor: Four Satyrs drawing a moving Group of Figures, representing Penelope's Suitors trying to bend Ulysses' Bow. Banner, "Antient Archery," succeeded by Archers of the following nations: Persians-Parthian-Scythian-Ethiopian-Amazonian-Grecian-Thracian-Lycian-Roman. Banner, "Archery introduced into Britain." Pageant, representing the Landing of Julius Caesar-Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Persians Actor: Parthian-Scythian-Ethiopian-Amazonian-Grecian-Thracian-Lycian-Roman. Banner, "Archery introduced into Britain." Pageant, representing the Landing of Julius Caesar-Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Parthian Actor: Scythian-Ethiopian-Amazonian-Grecian-Thracian-Lycian-Roman. Banner, "Archery introduced into Britain." Pageant, representing the Landing of Julius Caesar-Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Scythian Actor: Ethiopian-Amazonian-Grecian-Thracian-Lycian-Roman. Banner, "Archery introduced into Britain." Pageant, representing the Landing of Julius Caesar-Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Ethiopian Actor: Amazonian-Grecian-Thracian-Lycian-Roman. Banner, "Archery introduced into Britain." Pageant, representing the Landing of Julius Caesar-Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Amazonian Actor: Grecian-Thracian-Lycian-Roman. Banner, "Archery introduced into Britain." Pageant, representing the Landing of Julius Caesar-Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Grecian Actor: Thracian-Lycian-Roman. Banner, "Archery introduced into Britain." Pageant, representing the Landing of Julius Caesar-Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Thracian Actor: Lycian-Roman. Banner, "Archery introduced into Britain." Pageant, representing the Landing of Julius Caesar-Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Lycian Actor: Roman. Banner, "Archery introduced into Britain." Pageant, representing the Landing of Julius Caesar-Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: representing the Landing of Julius Caesar Actor: Saxon Archer-Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Saxon Archer Actor: Danish Archer-Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Danish Archer Actor: Norman Archer-English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Norman Archer Actor: English Archer-Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: English Archer Actor: Pageant representing the Battle of Hastings. Banner, "Modern Archery." Grand Meeting of Modern Archers of all nations: Otaheitan-Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Otaheitan Actor: Peruvian-East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Peruvian Actor: East Indian-Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: East Indian Actor: Chinese-Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Chinese Actor: Arab-Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Arab Actor: Turkish-African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Turkish Actor: African-North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: African Actor: North American-Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: North American Actor: Lapland-Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Lapland Actor: Russian-Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Russian Actor: Polish-Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Polish Actor: Flemish-Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: Flemish Actor: Caledonian, English. To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers-Byrn
Role: To conclude with a Grand Dance of Archers Actor: Byrn
Role: Chorus Actor: .
Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Mountain. 2nd piece [1st time: CO 2, by James Hook Jun. Larpent MS 1172; not published]: With appropriate Scenery, Dresses, and Decorations. The Overture and Music by James Hook? Sen.. True Briton, 16 May: Tickets to be had of Mrs Mountain, No. 28, Maiden-lane, Covent-Garden. Receipts: #287 3s. (86.4.6; 14.6.0; tickets: 186.12.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Inkle And Yarico

Performance Comment: As17970509, but Inkle-Bowden; Yarico (for that night only)-Mrs Powell (of dl; 1st appearance in that character). 1st appearance in that character).
Cast
Role: Inkle Actor: Bowden
Role: Yarico Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Sir Christopher Curry Actor: Quick
Role: Campley Actor: Incledon
Role: Medium Actor: Powel
Role: Mate Actor: Townsend
Role: Trudge Actor: Fawcett
Role: Wowski Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Narcissa Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Patty Actor: Mrs Fawcett

Afterpiece Title: Diamond Cut Diamond; or, Venetian Revels

Performance Comment: Principal Characters-Incledon, Knight, [Fawcett, Powel, Simmons, Curties, [Munden, Mrs Mountain, Mrs Clendining, Mrs Martyr; [Partial cast from musical score (A. Bland & Weller [1797]): Martino-Incledon; Durazzo-Fawcett; Doctor Vivaldo-Munden; Adriana-Mrs Mountain; Julia-Mrs Clendining; Rosa-Mrs Martyr; [Larpent MS lists the other parts: Claudio-; Uberto-; Lento-; Pieto-.
Cast
Role: Principal Characters Actor: Incledon, Knight,
Role: Martino Actor: Incledon
Role: Durazzo Actor: Fawcett
Role: Doctor Vivaldo Actor: Munden
Role: Adriana Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Julia Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Rosa Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Claudio Actor:
Role: Uberto Actor:
Role: Lento Actor:
Role: Pieto Actor: .

Afterpiece Title: Cross Purposes

Performance Comment: As17970223, but Mrs Grub-Mrs Davenport.

Song: In: Ma chere Amie-Incledon; End Act I 2nd piece: to conclude with a Grand Serenade-, by Moonlight, on the Water, representing a View in the Bay of Venice, with distant Illuminations; A Madrigal-Incledon, Gray, Linton, which is echoed from various Gondolas, as they pass and repass, sounding their Oars to the Time of the Singers; The Storm-Incledon

Event Comment: Afterpiece [1st time; BALL P 1, by John Cartwright Cross. Text, i.e. synopsis of ballet, and the songs, in Cross's Circusiana (Lackington, Allen and Co., 1809), Vol. I. Bologna, Bologna Jun. and Mrs Parker were from the Royal Circus]: Invented and under the Direction of Cross. With entire new Scenes, Dresses, Music and Decorations. The Overture and Music principally new, with a Selection of some novel Irish Air, by Reeve, composer of the Music to Oscar and Malvina, &c. The Harp by Weippert. The Scenery, comprehending a Display of the most Romantic Views in Ireland, painted by Richards, Phillips, Lupino, Hollogan, and Blackmore. The Machinery by Cresswell, Sloper and Goostree. The Dresses by Dick, Mrs Egan, &c. The Following are a Part of the new Scenes, &c.: The Ancient Temple, dedicated to Bel, the God of Fire, with the Flactaga, or Sacred Fire burning; it having been enacted that, on the last Evening of October, no other Fire should be Used thro'out the Kingdom, that all might be derived from that, which being a Fire Sacrifice, would render the rest Propitious and Holy. The Dargle, where the Irish Druids consulted their Oracle. A View near Wicklow. The Salmon Leap. Entrance of a Subterraneous Pass. Maon's Cavern. Cemetery and Dungeon, appertaining to the Round Tower, Moated Castle, &c. Receipts: #264 2s. 6d. (259.19.6; 4.3.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: False Impressions

Cast
Role: Scud Actor: Quick
Role: Algernon Actor: Holman
Role: Simon Single Actor: Munden
Role: Sir Oliver Montrath Actor: Murray
Role: Earling Actor: Whitfield
Role: Farmer Gawdry Actor: Davenport
Role: Frank Actor: Thompson
Role: Jack Actor: Simmons
Role: Isaac Actor: Follett
Role: Peter Actor: Curties
Role: Lady Cypress Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Jenny Scud Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Mrs Buckram Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Rachel Williams Actor: Mrs Norton
Role: Emily Fitzallan Actor: Miss Betterton

Afterpiece Title: The Round Tower; or, The Chieftains of Ireland

Performance Comment: Characters of the Ballet: Cobthach (usurper of the Throne)-Bologna; Sitric (a Danish Chief)-Bologna Jun. (Their 1st appearance on this stage); Kildare-Simpson; Danish Soldier-Dyke; Maon-Follett; Child-Master Blackmore; Moriat-Mrs Parker (1st appearance on this stage); [Principal Vocal Characters: Townsend, Linton, Gray, Street, Miss Sims, Mrs Clendining; Text adds: Irish Chiefs-Lee, Abbot, Wilde, Blurton; Danish Chiefs-Goostree, Coombes; Priestesses, Female Peasantry-Mrs Follett, Mrs Norton, Mrs Watts; [and specifies Vocal Characters: Principal Druid-Townsend; Fishermen-Townsend, Linton; Huntsmen-Gray, Linton, Street; Connor-Miss Sims; Saba-Mrs Clendining. [Founded on the following Historical Fact: Cobthach, Usurper of the Throne of Munster, & Murderer of his Sovereign and Brother Laughaire, learns the existence of his Brother's Son Maon, and Moriat, his Wife (who, separated for some time under the Idea of each other's decease, become, the former, the wild Resident of a Gloomy Cavern; the latter, a wandering Fugitive), and employs Sitric, a Danish Chief, adopted as his Heir, to destroy them. Moriat, on consulting a Druid, likewise learns of her Husband's Fate, and dispatches Kildare, a faithful Follower, in pursuit of him. Sitric, by Accident, meets Moriat, is struck with her Beauty and relinquishes his design of Murder, with the Idea of gratifying his Passion. She repulses him, and he is foiled by the sudden appearance of Cobthach. She and her Infant [are] imprisoned in an ancient Round Tower, from which, endeavouring to accelerate her Escape, he is detected and abandoned by Cobthach. In the interim, Kildare finds out Maon, who quits his lurking place, and journeying in pursuit of his Wife, discovers the Place of her Confinement, to which Sitric proffers to lead him by a secret Pass, determining to dispatch him on the road. They enter the Cemetery appertaining to the Roung Tower, where he attempts several times to murder him, but is prevented by the appearance of Laughaire's apparition; at length they reach the Dungeon, time enough to save Moriat; and Sitric, urged by Love and Revenge, stabs Cobthach; but recollecting he destroys one Rival, only to render another happy, accuses Maon of the Murder, and dooms him to Death, which is timely prevented by the intervention of the faithful Kildare, and the Irish Peasantry. Sitric falls by the hands of Maon, who with Moriat, are restored to Happiness and Dominion.Founded on the following Historical Fact: Cobthach, Usurper of the Throne of Munster, & Murderer of his Sovereign and Brother Laughaire, learns the existence of his Brother's Son Maon, and Moriat, his Wife (who, separated for some time under the Idea of each other's decease, become, the former, the wild Resident of a Gloomy Cavern; the latter, a wandering Fugitive), and employs Sitric, a Danish Chief, adopted as his Heir, to destroy them. Moriat, on consulting a Druid, likewise learns of her Husband's Fate, and dispatches Kildare, a faithful Follower, in pursuit of him. Sitric, by Accident, meets Moriat, is struck with her Beauty and relinquishes his design of Murder, with the Idea of gratifying his Passion. She repulses him, and he is foiled by the sudden appearance of Cobthach. She and her Infant [are] imprisoned in an ancient Round Tower, from which, endeavouring to accelerate her Escape, he is detected and abandoned by Cobthach. In the interim, Kildare finds out Maon, who quits his lurking place, and journeying in pursuit of his Wife, discovers the Place of her Confinement, to which Sitric proffers to lead him by a secret Pass, determining to dispatch him on the road. They enter the Cemetery appertaining to the Roung Tower, where he attempts several times to murder him, but is prevented by the appearance of Laughaire's apparition; at length they reach the Dungeon, time enough to save Moriat; and Sitric, urged by Love and Revenge, stabs Cobthach; but recollecting he destroys one Rival, only to render another happy, accuses Maon of the Murder, and dooms him to Death, which is timely prevented by the intervention of the faithful Kildare, and the Irish Peasantry. Sitric falls by the hands of Maon, who with Moriat, are restored to Happiness and Dominion.
Cast
Role: Cobthach Actor: Bologna
Role: Sitric Actor: Bologna Jun.
Role: Kildare Actor: Simpson
Role: Danish Soldier Actor: Dyke
Role: Maon Actor: Follett
Role: Child Actor: Master Blackmore
Role: Moriat Actor: Mrs Parker
Role: Irish Chiefs Actor: Lee, Abbot, Wilde, Blurton
Role: Danish Chiefs Actor: Goostree, Coombes
Role: Female Peasantry Actor: Mrs Follett, Mrs Norton, Mrs Watts
Role: Principal Druid Actor: Townsend
Role: Fishermen Actor: Townsend, Linton
Role: Huntsmen Actor: Gray, Linton, Street
Role: Connor Actor: Miss Sims
Role: Saba Actor: Mrs Clendining.
Event Comment: [Mainpiece in place of The Merry Wives of Windsor, advertised on playbill of 10 Feb.] Afterpiece [1st time; BALL. P 1 (?), by John Cartwright Cross. Airs (T. Woodfall, 1798)]: The Scenery, Machinery, Dresses and Decorations entirely new. The Music by Reeve. The Scenery painted by Richards, Phillips, Lupino, Hollogan, and Blackmore. The Machinery by Cresswell, Sloper, Goostree, &c. The Dresses by Dick, Mrs Egan, &c. Receipts: #294 0s. 6d. (270.16.6; 23.4.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Busy Body

Cast
Role: Sir Francis Gripe Actor: Quick
Role: Miranda Actor: Miss Betterton.
Role: Marplot Actor: Lewis
Role: Sir George Airy Actor: Holman
Role: Charles Gripe Actor: Clarke
Role: Whisper Actor: Farley
Role: Sir Jealous Traffic Actor: Thompson
Role: William Actor: Ledger
Role: Isabinda Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Patch Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Scentwell Actor: Mrs Platt

Afterpiece Title: Joan of Arc; or, The Maid of Orleans

Performance Comment: Ballet Characters. English: Young Talbot-Bologna Jun.; General Talbot-Bologna; Herald-Helme; Officers-Blurton, Wilde, Abbot, L? Bologna; [French: Alenson-Farley; Charles (King of France)-Simpson [in Airs: Claremont (see17980214)]; Cardinal-Powel; Abbot-Thompson; Nobles and Officers-Dyke, Lee, Curties; Joan of Arc-Mrs Parker; [Infernals: Lucifer-Follett; Demons-Goostree, Parsloe, Letteney, Goodwin, Wilkins; [Vocal Characters. British Officer-Incledon; Edwin (the Page) [in Airs: Aerial Spirit, disguised as...(see17980226)]-Miss Sims; French and English Officers and Choristers-Linton, Street, Gray; Minstrel-Mrs Clendining; Female Choristers-Mrs Henley, Mrs Follett, Mrs Watts, Miss D'Evelyn, Mrs Gilbert, Mrs Norton, Mrs Masters, Mrs Castelle, Mrs Lloyd, Miss Walcup, Mrs Ward, Mrs Iliff, Mrs Bologna, Miss Leserve; Blanche-Mrs Mountain; Grand Historical Pageant-. [The Argument. Joan of Arc and her sister Blanche, being placed in the power of the English Troops besieging Orleans, become both enamoured of Young Talbot--he prefers Blanche, which urges Joan to revenge, and then by employing Magic, she is gifted by +Lucifer, for a stated time with supernatural Power, which she employs against the English with success--in the midst of her triumphs her power is crushed by the superior influence of Courage of and Virtue, and she is consigned a Victim to the Fiend whose agency she solicited--Then Britannia seated in the Clouds, attended by Commerce, Plenty and Neptune, beholds A Grand Historical Pageant of the following Illustrations of British Heroism: Caractacus' Magnanimity before the Throne of Claudius. Alfred disguised in the Danish Camp as an Harper, and discovering himself to his desponding Countrymen. Richard Coeur de Lion imprisoned in Germany, & liberated by the Voluntary Contributions of his fair Countrywomen. King John uniting his Kingdom by signing Magna Charta. Henry the Third--The Effects of French Invasion--the +Dauphine subdued, and the magnanimous conduct of England towards him. Edward and Eleanora--The affectionate Wife sucks from her husband's arm the Venom of a poisoned Arrow, by which Edward was wounded in Palestine. +The Black Prince--His taking the French King prisoner at the Battle of Poictiers, and his gallantly serving him at a Banquet. +Henry V--The Triumphs of Agincourt, and his Marriage with +Catherine. Britannia then pays honour to her Heroes--and a Grand Chorus (wherein Englishmen are exhorted to emulate the Glories of their Ancestors) concludes the Piece. [For a more detailed synopsis of the action see17980216] .The Argument. Joan of Arc and her sister Blanche, being placed in the power of the English Troops besieging Orleans, become both enamoured of Young Talbot--he prefers Blanche, which urges Joan to revenge, and then by employing Magic, she is gifted by +Lucifer, for a stated time with supernatural Power, which she employs against the English with success--in the midst of her triumphs her power is crushed by the superior influence of Courage of and Virtue, and she is consigned a Victim to the Fiend whose agency she solicited--Then Britannia seated in the Clouds, attended by Commerce, Plenty and Neptune, beholds A Grand Historical Pageant of the following Illustrations of British Heroism: Caractacus' Magnanimity before the Throne of Claudius. Alfred disguised in the Danish Camp as an Harper, and discovering himself to his desponding Countrymen. Richard Coeur de Lion imprisoned in Germany, & liberated by the Voluntary Contributions of his fair Countrywomen. King John uniting his Kingdom by signing Magna Charta. Henry the Third--The Effects of French Invasion--the +Dauphine subdued, and the magnanimous conduct of England towards him. Edward and Eleanora--The affectionate Wife sucks from her husband's arm the Venom of a poisoned Arrow, by which Edward was wounded in Palestine. +The Black Prince--His taking the French King prisoner at the Battle of Poictiers, and his gallantly serving him at a Banquet. +Henry V--The Triumphs of Agincourt, and his Marriage with +Catherine. Britannia then pays honour to her Heroes--and a Grand Chorus (wherein Englishmen are exhorted to emulate the Glories of their Ancestors) concludes the Piece. [For a more detailed synopsis of the action see17980216] .
Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Martyr. 3rd piece [1st time; M. INT 1, by John Cartwright Cross. Larpent MS 1124; not published]: Founded on the recent and glorious Achievement, at the above French Fort, of Sir Sydney Smith. [On 17 Mar. 1796 a force under Sir William Sydney Smith had destroyed six French vessels in the Bay of Herqui.] To conclude with the British striking the French Colours on the Fort, burning their Corvettes in the Harbour. The new Music by Shield. Oracle, 29 Mar.: Tickets to be had of Mrs Martyr at her house, No. 16, Martlett-court, Bow-street, Covent-Garden. Receipts: #384 11s. 6d. (192.14.0; 10.1.0; tickets: 181.16.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Inkle And Yarico

Performance Comment: Inkle-Johnstone; Sir Christopher Curry-Quick; Campley (for this Night only, with additional songs)-Incledon; Mate (with an additional song)-Townsend; Medium-Powel; Trudge-Fawcett; Wowski-Mrs Martyr; Narcissa-Mrs Mountain; Patty-Mrs Fawcett; Yarico-Mrs Clendining.
Cast
Role: Inkle Actor: Johnstone
Role: Sir Christopher Curry Actor: Quick
Role: Campley Actor: Incledon
Role: Mate Actor: Townsend
Role: Medium Actor: Powel
Role: Trudge Actor: Fawcett
Role: Wowski Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Narcissa Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Patty Actor: Mrs Fawcett
Role: Yarico Actor: Mrs Clendining.

Afterpiece Title: Three Weeks after Marriage

Performance Comment: As17951215, but Nancy (with a song)-Mrs Mountain.
Cast
Role: Nancy Actor: Mrs Mountain.
Role: Sir Charles Racket Actor: Lewis
Role: Woodley Actor: Macready
Role: Lovelace Actor: Farley
Role: Drugget Actor: Munden
Role: Dimity Actor: Mrs Fawcett
Role: Mrs Drugget Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Lady Racket Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Afterpiece Title: The Point at Herqui; or, British Bravery Triumphant

Performance Comment: Captain of the Diamond-Incledon; Lieut. O'Liffey-Johnstone; Napkin-Fawcett; Lounger-Munden; Mat Midships-Mrs Martyr; Nancy-Mrs Clendining.
Cast
Role: Captain of the Diamond Actor: Incledon
Role: O'Liffey Actor: Johnstone
Role: Napkin Actor: Fawcett
Role: Lounger Actor: Munden
Role: Mat Midships Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Nancy Actor: Mrs Clendining.

Dance: II: a Negro Dance-; 3rd piece: a new incidental Dance by Byrn-Mlle St.Amand, Holland, Byrn

Song: End I: Sweet Bird-Mrs Serres; accompanied on the German Flute (for this night only)-Ashe, from the Hanover-Square Concert; In Evening: Admiral Benbow-Incledon; 3rd piece: the following songs: The Mid Watch-Incledon; Tippy Bob-Munden; The Waiter-Fawcett; Irish Song-Johnstone; New Loyal Song-Mrs Martyr; Rondo-Mrs Clendining; Ye Gentlemen of England-Linton, Street, Incledon; Rule Britannia-Incledon, Johnstone, Chorus

Event Comment: Account-Book: Tickets delivered by Mrs Hall (b[ox-keeper]), Warwhick, Robson (p[it door-keeper]), W. Ansell, W. Linton, West, Purkins, Standen, Ashwin, Hill, Morris will be admitted. Receipts: #334 0s. 6d. (35.18.0; 3.13.0; tickets: 294.9.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Travellers In Switzerland

Performance Comment: Daniel-Quick; Dorimond-Johnstone; Sidney-Munden; Count Friponi-Fawcett; Robin-Townsend; Sir Leinster M'Laughlin-Haymes; Swiss Burgher-Thompson; Dalton-Incledon; Nerinda-Mrs Martyr; Miss Somerville-Mrs Mountain; Julia-Mrs Clendining; Margery-Mrs Henley; Lady Philippa Sidney-Mrs Mattocks.
Cast
Role: Daniel Actor: Quick
Role: Dorimond Actor: Johnstone
Role: Sidney Actor: Munden
Role: Count Friponi Actor: Fawcett
Role: Robin Actor: Townsend
Role: Sir Leinster M'Laughlin Actor: Haymes
Role: Swiss Burgher Actor: Thompson
Role: Dalton Actor: Incledon
Role: Nerinda Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Miss Somerville Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Julia Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Margery Actor: Mrs Henley
Role: Lady Philippa Sidney Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Afterpiece Title: Two Strings to Your Bow

Performance Comment: As17961209, but Leonora-Mrs Follett.
Cast
Role: Leonora Actor: Mrs Follett.
Role: Lazarillo Actor: Munden
Role: Borachio Actor: Davenport
Role: Octavio Actor: Toms
Role: Ferdinand Actor: Macready
Role: Don Pedro Actor: Powel
Role: Don Sancho Actor: Thompson
Role: Drunken Porter Actor: Farley
Role: Waiters Actor: Ledger, Curties
Role: Maid Actor: Miss Leserve
Role: Donna Clara Actor: Miss Mansel.

Song: End: The Little Farthing Rushlight-Young Standen

Event Comment: [In mainpiece the playbill assigns Madge to Mrs Wells, but "We cannot quit this article without noticing the Margery [sic] of Mrs Davis, who gave all the innocent simplicity of the character without 'o'er stepping the modesty of nature'" (Thespian Magazine, Mar. 1793, p. 220. And see 28 Dec. 1792.] Receipts: #237 6s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love In A Village

Performance Comment: Young Meadows-Incledon; Hawthorn-Johnstone; Hodge-Blanchard; Sir William Meadows-Powel; Eustace-Davies; Carter-Rees; Cook-Rock; Footman-Blurton; Justice Woodcock-Quick; Deborah-Mrs Powell; Madge-Mrs Davis; Lucinda-Miss Broadhurst; Maid-Miss Stuart; Rosetta-Mrs Clendining (1st appearance in that character).
Cast
Role: Young Meadows Actor: Incledon
Role: Hawthorn Actor: Johnstone
Role: Hodge Actor: Blanchard
Role: Sir William Meadows Actor: Powel
Role: Eustace Actor: Davies
Role: Carter Actor: Rees
Role: Cook Actor: Rock
Role: Footman Actor: Blurton
Role: Justice Woodcock Actor: Quick
Role: Deborah Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Madge Actor: Mrs Davis
Role: Lucinda Actor: Miss Broadhurst
Role: Maid Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Rosetta Actor: Mrs Clendining

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Museum

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Mountain. [Philipps is identified in Monthly Mirror, Sept. 1796, p. 315. As Mrs Plomer Sga Salvini had 1st appeared at the hay, 12 June 1788.] Afterpaece [1st time; MF 2, author unknown. Larpent MS 1131; not published]: The Music and Overture by Spofforth. Morning Herald, 4 May: Tickets to be had of Mrs Mountain, No. 6, York-street, Covent-Garden. Receipts: #380 18s. 6d. (150.7.6; 5.16.0; 224.15.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Castle Of Andalusia

Performance Comment: As17950923, but Spado-Quick; Pedrillo-Munden; Philippo (for that night only)-A Young Gentleman (1st appearance on any stage [Philipps]); Victoria (1st and only time)-Mrs Clendining; Catalina (1st time)-Mrs Mountain; Lorenza (with an Italian Scena and several Italian Airs, adapted by Shield)-Sga Salvini (1st appearance on this stage); Don Juan-_; Vasquez-_; Calvette-_; Isabel-_.
Cast
Role: Spado Actor: Quick
Role: Pedrillo Actor: Munden
Role: Philippo Actor: A Young Gentleman
Role: Victoria Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Catalina Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Lorenza Actor: Sga Salvini
Role: Ferdinand Actor: Johnstone
Role: Don Caesar Actor: Bowden
Role: Don Scipio Actor: Powel
Role: Rapino Actor: Haymes
Role: Sanguino Actor: Thompson
Role: Don Juan Actor: Davenport
Role: Vasquez Actor: Farley
Role: Calvette Actor: Ledger
Role: Alphonso Actor: Incledon
Role: Isabel Actor: Mrs Platt

Afterpiece Title: The Witch of the Wood; or, The Nutting Girls

Performance Comment: Characters by Incledon, Fawcett, Powel, Mrs Mountain, Mrs Davenport, Mrs Martyr. Cast from Songs (H. Macleish, 1796): Woodville-Incledon; Quickset-Fawcett; Quash-Powel; Patty-Mrs Mountain; Dame Hazlenut-Mrs Davenport; Kitty-Mrs Martyr; Larpent MS also lists: Jerry-; Villagers-; Officers-.
Cast
Role: Woodville Actor: Incledon
Role: Quickset Actor: Fawcett
Role: Quash Actor: Powel
Role: Patty Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Dame Hazlenut Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Kitty Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Jerry Actor:
Role: Villagers Actor:
Role: Officers Actor: .

Dance: In: The Spanish Fandango-Byrn, Mlle St.Amand; II afterpiece: The Humours of a Country Fair-Holland, Platt, Bayzand, Cranfield, Ratchford, Mrs Lloyd, Mrs Blurton, Miss Smyth, Mrs Watts

Performance Comment: Amand; II afterpiece: The Humours of a Country Fair-Holland, Platt, Bayzand, Cranfield, Ratchford, Mrs Lloyd, Mrs Blurton, Miss Smyth, Mrs Watts.

Song: End: Sally in our Alley-Incledon

Event Comment: Lewis having a severe Hoarseness, Fortune's Fool [advertised on playbill of 4 Nov.] is deferred till Monday. Afterpiece [1st time: BURL 2. by John O'Keeffe. MS: Larpent MS 1141; not published, except for Airs (T. N. Longman, 1796)]: Partly new, and partly taken from The Golden Pippin [by Kane O'Hara]. The Overture and new Music by Reeve. The Selections from Pergolesi, Rousseau, Mornington, Fisher, Carolan, Rizzio, &c. With new Scenery, Machinery, Dresses and Decorations. The Scenery by Phillips, Blackmore, Hollogan, and assistants. The Dragon, the Car and the Machinery designed and executed by Cresswell. The Dresses by Dick and Mrs Egan. "The beauty of the scenery is only to be equalled by the ingenuity of the machinery. The descents and ascents of the Deities were managed with astonishing regularity and adroitness; and the Flying Cupids hovered in the air in very pleasing attitudes...The Pas de Russe, danced by Delpini, a-la-Parisot [see dl. 1 Oct.], in the character of a fine Lady, with Munden, was irresistibly comic" (Morning Herald, 7 Nov.). Receipts: #191 2s. 6d. (185.10.6; 5.12.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Richard The Third

Performance Comment: King Richard-Holman; King Henry-Murray; Buckingham-Macready; Stanley-Hull; Tressel-Toms; Prince Edward-Master Curties; Duke of York-Miss Standen; Catesby-Claremont; Lieutenant-Haymes; Ratcliffe-Thompson; Lord Mayor-Powel; Richmond-Pope; Lady Anne-Miss Chapman; Duchess of York-Mrs Platt; Queen-Mrs Fawcett.
Cast
Role: King Richard Actor: Holman
Role: King Henry Actor: Murray
Role: Buckingham Actor: Macready
Role: Stanley Actor: Hull
Role: Tressel Actor: Toms
Role: Prince Edward Actor: Master Curties
Role: Duke of York Actor: Miss Standen
Role: Catesby Actor: Claremont
Role: Lieutenant Actor: Haymes
Role: Ratcliffe Actor: Thompson
Role: Lord Mayor Actor: Powel
Role: Richmond Actor: Pope
Role: Lady Anne Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Duchess of York Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Queen Actor: Mrs Fawcett.

Afterpiece Title: Olympus in an Uproar; or, The Descent of the Deities

Performance Comment: Jupiter-Munden; Mercury-Townsend; Momus-Simmons; Paris-Incledon; Juno-Mrs Addison; Pallas-Mrs Clendining; Erynnis-Mr Delpini (1st appearance these 7 years); Iris-Mrs Castelle; Venus-Mrs Mountain; A Description of Part of the Scenery, Machinery. ACT I. The Palace Garden, and Canal of Tyndarus. The introduction of Leda and the Swan. Leda-Mlle St.Amand. The Hesperean Dragon spouting Fire, pursuing Erynnis to recover the Golden Pippin. A Celestial Palace, with a Magnificent Temple, and the Peacock of Juno in Transparency. ACT II. A Plain in Phoenicia, in which Jupiter descends from the Heavens on an Eagle, and Momus on a Goose. A Procession to a Sacrifice. Jupiter in the form of a Bull, bearing Europa, attended by a train of Priests, Virgins, Nymphs, Shepherds. The Sea, with a distant View of the Isle of Crete. Jupiter bearing Europa across the Sea. A View of Mount Idav The Decree of Paris, and the Ascent and Descent of the Deities: Vulcan, Apollo, Mars, Hercules, Bacchus, Pan, Ceres, Diana, Cybele, Flora, Pomona, Proserpine, Hebe. Mercury descends on a Cloud, and Iris on a Rainbow. Pluto rises from the Infernal Regions in a Chariot drawn by Dragons; Neptune in a watery Car, borne by Sea Horses; and Jupiter descends in a Cloud, attended by Hebe and Ganymede. To conclude with the Re-ascent of Jupiter attended by Flying Cupids.
Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Martyr. 1st piece: Not acted these 20 years [never previously acted at this theatre]. Morning Herald, 4 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Mrs Martyr, No. 16, Martlet-court, Bow-street, Covent Garden. Receipts: #349 16s. 6d

Performances

Mainpiece Title: May Day; Or, The Little Gipsey

Performance Comment: William-Incledon; Clod-Blanchard; Furrow-Powel; Cryer-Rees; Dozey-Munden; Dolly-Mrs Martyr; The Little Gipsey (with a new Gipsey Ballad [The Wandering Gipsey], the Words written and the melody composed by Peter Pindar, Esq. [pseud. for John Wolcot], the Accompaniments by Shield)-Mrs Clendining.
Cast
Role: William Actor: Incledon
Role: Clod Actor: Blanchard
Role: Furrow Actor: Powel
Role: Cryer Actor: Rees
Role: Dozey Actor: Munden
Role: Dolly Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: The Little Gipsey Actor: Mrs Clendining.

Afterpiece Title: Fashionable Levities

Performance Comment: As17930408, but Lady Flippant Savage-Mrs Mattocks; Mr Ordeal-_; Cheaterly-_; Col. Staff-_; Constance-_; Grace-_.
Cast
Role: Lady Flippant Savage Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Captain Belville Actor: Incledon
Role: Belville Actor: Johnstone
Role: William Actor: Blanchard
Role: Rustic Actor: Davies
Role: Irish Haymaker Actor: Rees
Role: Phoebe Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Dorcas Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Rosina Actor: Mrs Clendining.
Role: Sir John Evergreen Actor: Quick
Role: Beaufort Actor: Davies
Role: Charles Evergreen Actor: Macready
Role: Drill Actor: Farley
Role: Tattoo Actor: Rees
Role: Roger Actor: Rock
Role: Cameleon Actor: Fawcett
Role: Emily Actor: Miss Broadhurst
Role: Lady Catherine Rouge Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Male and Female Actor:
Role: Bandy Will Actor: Follett
Role: Coachman Actor: Rowson
Role: Gardner Actor: Hawtin
Role: Butler Actor: Cranfield
Role: Men Bathers Actor: Rowson, Wheatland, Coombs
Role: Dairy Maids Actor: Miss Leserve, Mrs Gray
Role: Housmaids Actor: Mrs Masters, Mrs Lloyd
Role: Cook Actor: Mrs Rock
Role: Women Bathers Actor: Mrs Powell, Mrs Ratchford, Mrs Lloyd.

Afterpiece Title: The Soldier's Festival

Afterpiece Title: Hartford Bridge

Performance Comment: As17930323but Susan-Mrs Martyr (for that night only) in place of Mrs Harlowe.

Dance: As17921116

Event Comment: Afterpiece [1st time; MD 2, by William Pearce. The Masque was produced in honor of the marriage of the Prince of Wales and Princess Caroline of Brunswick, 8 April 1795]: The Overture composed expressly for the Occasion by Haydn, as is the rest of the Music by Salomon [and see 9 Apr.]. The Scenery, Machinery, Decorations and Dresses are entirely New, and Designed by Noverre, except St. George's Hall, painted by the late Signor Cipriani. The Scenery executed by Hodgins, Walmsley, Phillips, Lupino, Hollogan, and many Assistants. The Machinery and Decorations by Sloper. Goosetree and Martinelli. The Dresses by Lupino, Dick and Mrs Egan. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. "On the 10th [of April] I was at the Covent Garden Theatre-to see the big Spectacul [sic]-Windsor Castle, the music by Salomon quite passable. The decorations-costumes-scenery, and the enormous amount of people on the stage are exaggerated. All the Gods of Heaven and Hell, and everything that lives on the earth are in the piece" (Haydn, 299). Morning Chronicle, 7 May 1795: This Day is published Windsor Castle (1s. 6d.). Receipts: #266 8s. 6d. (250.12.6; 15.16.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Rage

Performance Comment: As17941124, but Clara Sedley-Miss Hill in place of Mrs Mountain.
Cast
Role: Clara Sedley Actor: Miss Hill in place of Mrs Mountain.
Role: Servants Actor: _Cross
Role: Gingham Actor: Lewis
Role: Sir Paul Perpetual Actor: Quick
Role: Darnley Actor: Holman
Role: Flush Actor: Munden
Role: Mr Savage Actor: Fawcett
Role: Signor Cygnet Actor: Bernard
Role: Sir George Gauntlet Actor: Middleton
Role: Ready Actor: Davenport
Role: Waiter Actor: Rees
Role: Groom Actor: Simmons
Role: Lady Sarah Savage Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Mrs Darnley Actor: Mrs Pope

Afterpiece Title: Windsor Castle 1

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Pope, Incledon, Farren, Fawcett, Bowden, Macready, Miss Hopkins, Miss Wallis. Cast from text (T. N. Longman, 1795): Edward Prince of Wales-Pope; Sir Ralph Neville-Incledon; King Edward III-Farren; Leveret-Fawcett; Fitz@Alan-Bowden; Lord Edward Spyncer-Macready; Revel-Burton; Ferryman-Rees; Eustace-Linton; Lady Blanche-Miss Hopkins; Countess of Kent-Miss Wallis; Villagers-Mrs Clendining, Mrs Martyr.
Cast
Role: Edward Prince of Wales Actor: Pope
Role: Sir Ralph Neville Actor: Incledon
Role: King Edward III Actor: Farren
Role: Leveret Actor: Fawcett
Role: Fitz@Alan Actor: Bowden
Role: Lord Edward Spyncer Actor: Macready
Role: Revel Actor: Burton
Role: Ferryman Actor: Rees
Role: Eustace Actor: Linton
Role: Lady Blanche Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Countess of Kent Actor: Miss Wallis
Role: Villagers Actor: Mrs Clendining, Mrs Martyr.

Afterpiece Title: Windsor Castle 2

Performance Comment: A Grand Masque, invented and prepared undyr the Immediate Direction of Noverre, representing the Marriage of Peleus and Thetis-; [The Story from the Greek Writers. Peleus-Farley; Ganymede-Byrn; Proteus-Holland; Hymen-Mrs Martyr; Hebe-Mme Rossi; Minerva-Mrs Follett; Thetis-Mme Prevost (1st appearance); Cupid-Mrs Clendining; Terpsichore-Mlle St.Amand; Discord-Mlle Droma (1st appearance.); [The Masque commences with the View of A Grove-;[, sacred to Cupid and Hymen . Woods, Rocks, and Waterfalls form the Borders of the Sea, which terminates by the Horizon; the Genii of the Morn-; [are seen, preceded by Aurora-; [Fame sounding her Trumpet, proclaims to Mortals the Arrival of Thetis ; several splendid Barges appear, from the last of which Thetis disembarks, attended by Hymen, the Graces-; Groups of Cupids-; Zephyrs-; [Peleus enters, accompanied by Cupid and Minerva with her Suite; Thetis resigns herself to the Protection of Minerva, and perceiving Peleus, is struck with Admiration, but not knowing him, is informed by Cupid, he is her intended Husband-Peleus approaching, offers her his hand, which she respectfully accepts-the Characters retire, and the Clouds gradually dispersing, discover Mount Olympus-; [with the Gods and Goddesses assembled to behold the Nuptials; the Temple of Jupiter- [is seen on one side, that of Cupid on the other; Jupiter-[seated, accompanied by; Juno-; Mars-; Hercules-; Apollo-; Bacchus-; Mercury-; Saturn-; Diana-; Venus-; Ceres-; Victory-; Cybelle-; the Destinies-; Neptune-; [and Amphitrite-; [arise from the Sea in their Watry Car Pluto-; [and Proserpine-; [ascend, together with Rhadamanthus-; Minos-; [and Eacus-; [this is succeeded by A Magnificent Entree, in the following order: Sylvan Dancers-; Instrumental Performers-; Vocal Performers-; Rural Nymphs-; a Magnificent Column- [Richly Decorated, bearing the Emblematical Trophies ff War, Love, the Fine Arts; Rural Swains-; Virgins bearing Baskets of Flowers-; [The Goddess Hebe, attended by Cupids collected in a Picturesque Corbeille de Treillage ; Nymphs and Swains-[, attendants upon Thetis; Terpsichore; Ganymede; Proteus; Minerva borne by Warriors on a Military Trophy; Peleus and Thetis in a Splendid Chariot, drawn by Cupids, and attended by Hymen, Zephyrus : The High Priest; Priests bearing the Altar of Hymen; Tripods with Incense burning, followed by the Virtues, Truth, Justice, Benevolence, Clemency, Glory, Strength and Generosity. After the Procession, Thetis and Peleus being led to the Altar by the High Priest, just as they are receiving the Conjugal Cup, the Goddess Discord appears, enraged at not being invited to the sacred Festival-She attempts, in vain, to spread Confusion by throwing an Apple on the stage, inscribed "For the Fairest"-Cupid presents it to the Dieties, who adjudge it to Thetis-Pluto enraged by the menaces of Discord directs her to be bound in Chains, and forced away, after which the Ceremony is concluded; Peleus and Thetis are placed on a Magnificent Throne, attended by Hymen, Cupid, and the Grace3; variety of Dances are performed; and Peleus and Thetis are crowned with Wreaths. The Appearance of the Stage then changes to another Emblematical Spectacle. Festoons of Flowers descend-Cupids ascend supporting a Medallion and the Letters G. C. [i.e. George Caroline]-the Side Scenes draw off and discover Pyramids formed of Variegated Colours, bearing the Order of the Garter, and the Piece is concluded with a; Grand Chorus-; Dance-Ganymede, Proteus, Hebe, Terpsichore; accompanied on the Harp-Weippert.
Cast
Role: representing the Marriage of Peleus and Thetis Actor:
Role: Peleus Actor: Farley
Role: Ganymede Actor: Byrn
Role: Proteus Actor: Holland
Role: Hymen Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Hebe Actor: Mme Rossi
Role: Minerva Actor: Mrs Follett
Role: Thetis Actor: Mme Prevost
Role: Cupid Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Terpsichore Actor: Mlle St.Amand
Role: Discord Actor: Mlle Droma
Role: The Masque commences with the View of A Grove Actor:
Role: the Genii of the Morn Actor:
Role: preceded by Aurora Actor:
Role: the Graces Actor:
Role: Groups of Cupids Actor:
Role: Zephyrs Actor:
Role: he is her intended Husband Actor: Peleus approaching, offers her his hand, which she respectfully accepts-the Characters retire, and the Clouds gradually dispersing, discover Mount Olympus-
Role: which she respectfully accepts Actor: the Characters retire, and the Clouds gradually dispersing, discover Mount Olympus-
Role: discover Mount Olympus Actor:
Role: the Temple of Jupiter Actor:
Role: Jupiter Actor:
Role: Juno Actor:
Role: Mars Actor:
Role: Hercules Actor:
Role: Apollo Actor:
Role: Bacchus Actor:
Role: Mercury Actor:
Role: Saturn Actor:
Role: Diana Actor:
Role: Venus Actor:
Role: Ceres Actor:
Role: Victory Actor:
Role: Cybelle Actor:
Role: the Destinies Actor:
Role: Neptune Actor:
Role: and Amphitrite Actor:
Role: arise from the Sea in their Watry Car Pluto Actor:
Role: and Proserpine Actor:
Role: together with Rhadamanthus Actor:
Role: Minos Actor:
Role: and Eacus Actor:
Role: Sylvan Dancers Actor:
Role: Instrumental Performers Actor:
Role: Vocal Performers Actor:
Role: Rural Nymphs Actor:
Role: a Magnificent Column Actor:
Role: Rural Swains Actor:
Role: Virgins bearing Baskets of Flowers Actor:
Role: Nymphs and Swains Actor:
Role: enraged at not being invited to the sacred Festiva Actor: She attempts, in vain, to spread Confusion by throwing an Apple on the stage, inscribed "For the Fairest"-Cupid presents it to the Dieties, who adjudge it to Thetis-Pluto enraged by the menaces of Discord directs her to be bound in Chains, and forced away, after which the Ceremony is concluded
Role: For the Fairest" Actor: Cupid presents it to the Dieties, who adjudge it to Thetis-Pluto enraged by the menaces of Discord directs her to be bound in Chains, and forced away, after which the Ceremony is concluded
Role: who adjudge it to Thetis Actor: Pluto enraged by the menaces of Discord directs her to be bound in Chains, and forced away, after which the Ceremony is concluded
Role: Festoons of Flowers descend Actor: Cupids ascend supporting a Medallion and the Letters G. C.
Role: ] Actor: the Side Scenes draw off and discover Pyramids formed of Variegated Colours, bearing the Order of the Garter, and the Piece is concluded with a
Role: Grand Chorus Actor:
Role: Dance Actor: Ganymede, Proteus, Hebe, Terpsichore
Role: accompanied on the Harp Actor: Weippert.

Song: Part I: concludes with ancient British Airs-; Chorus of Bards-, accompanied on the Harp by Jones

Event Comment: Afterpiece [1st time; P 2, author unknown]: The Pantomime partly new and partly compiled. The principal parts of the Compilation from The Choice of Harlequin, The Magic Cavern, The Enchanted Castle, The Sylphs, and The Sorcerer. The Music compiled from, and composed by, Michael Arne, Shield, J. C.? Bach, Spofforth, &c. The Scenery, Machinery, and Decorations are partly new, and the rest completely repaired by Hodgins, Phillips, Hollogan, Blackmore, and assistants. The Dances composed by Byrn. The Dresses by Dick and Mrs Egan. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. Receipts: #274 14s. 6d. (254.13.0; 20.1.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Speculation

Cast
Role: unassigned Actor: _Blurton, Master _Curties.
Role: Tanjore Actor: Lewis
Role: Alderman Arable Actor: Quick
Role: Project Actor: Munden
Role: Jack Arable Actor: Fawcett
Role: Arable Actor: Middleton
Role: Sir Frederick Faintly Actor: Claremont
Role: Meanwell Actor: Davenport
Role: Promptly Actor: Thompson
Role: Vickery Actor: Farley
Role: Cecilia Actor: Miss Mansel
Role: Lady Project Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Emmeline Actor: Miss Wallis

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Treasure 0; or, Jewels New Set

Performance Comment: Pantomimic Characters Persian Merchant and Lover-Farley; Harlequin-Simpson; Clown-Follett; Pantaloon-Hawtin; Fop's Servant-Simmons; Miser-Powel; Pantomimic Sailor-Blurton; Jew-Crowe; Quaker-Davenport; Punch-Rayner; Smuggler-King; Lemon Merchant-Wilde; Landlord-Thompson; Cook-Rees; Surveyor-Claremont; Servant-Abbot; Waiters-Findlay, Lee; Persians and Arabs-Cranfield, Platt, Bayzand, T. Cranfield, Goosetree; Columbine-Mlle St.Amand; Vocal Characters Farmer-Bowden; Vocal Sailor-Haymes; Gambler-Townsend; Pleasure-Mrs Martyr; Virtue-Mrs Mountain; Arabian Girl-Mrs Clendining; Glees and Chorusses-Linton, Street, Spofforth, Williamson, Holland.
Cast
Role: Pantomimic Characters Persian Merchant and Actor: Farley
Role: Harlequin Actor: Simpson
Role: Clown Actor: Follett
Role: Pantaloon Actor: Hawtin
Role: Fop's Servant Actor: Simmons
Role: Miser Actor: Powel
Role: Pantomimic Sailor Actor: Blurton
Role: Jew Actor: Crowe
Role: Quaker Actor: Davenport
Role: Punch Actor: Rayner
Role: Smuggler Actor: King
Role: Lemon Merchant Actor: Wilde
Role: Landlord Actor: Thompson
Role: Cook Actor: Rees
Role: Surveyor Actor: Claremont
Role: Servant Actor: Abbot
Role: Waiters Actor: Findlay, Lee
Role: Persians and Arabs Actor: Cranfield, Platt, Bayzand, T. Cranfield, Goosetree
Role: Columbine Actor: Mlle St.Amand
Role: Vocal Characters Farmer Actor: Bowden
Role: Vocal Sailor Actor: Haymes
Role: Gambler Actor: Townsend
Role: Pleasure Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Virtue Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Arabian Girl Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Glees and Chorusses Actor: Linton, Street, Spofforth, Williamson, Holland.

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Treasure 1

Performance Comment: Part I. A View of the Desarts of Arabia , with the passing of the Caravan.; The Banditti- (from The Magic Cavern) painted by Richards, the music by Shield.; A Garden-; song-Mrs Clendining composed by Shield.; The Hotel-; (from The Choice of Harlequin) with the Views of the Temple of Virtue and Pleasure painted by Richards, Dall, and Smirk; the music by Michael Arne; The Hazard Club (from The Choice of Harlequin)-; Come pass the Box composed by M. Arne,-Bowden, Townsend, Richardson, Haymes, Linton, Street, Spofforth, Williamson, Holland; The Building Scene and Falling Scaffold- (from The Sorcerer) invented by Rich. The Outside of Pantaloon's House-the Mandarine-the Inside-the Magic Candles-; Harlequin from the Tea Urn-, invented by Messink and Martinelli.; The Dog Kennel and Pigeon House- invented by Rich.; Outside of Bagnio- (from The Choice of Harlequin); -The Jew-the Quaker-the Sailor-the Miser. Omnia Vincet Amor! The Inside of the Bagnio-the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-; with a Hornpipe in Fetters-Byrn.

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Treasure 2

Cast
Role: An exact Representation of the Telegraphe Actor: , in which is shewn the Manner of conveying Intelligence, demanding Questions, and receiving Answers.
Role: with the Fleet prepared for Sea Actor: The arrival of an Express from the Admiralty by the Telegraphe-the Sailing of the Fleet
Role: The arrival of an Express from the Admiralty by th Actor: the Sailing of the Fleet
Role: Spofforth Actor: Haymes
Role: The Kitchen Scene Actor: by Messink.
Role: A Landscape Actor:
Role: Spofforth Actor: Bowden
Role: The Wash@House Scene Actor:
Role: Pantaloon's House and Garden Wall Actor: a Venetian Window changes to a Ladder-with the Clown's Disaster in the Horse Trough. Outside of Pantaloon's House-the art of making Punch-the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: a Venetian Window changes to a Ladder Actor: with the Clown's Disaster in the Horse Trough. Outside of Pantaloon's House-the art of making Punch-the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: Outside of Pantaloon's House Actor: the art of making Punch-the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: the art of making Punch Actor: the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel Actor: Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: The Statuary Yard Actor: invented by Messink-the formation of the Stone Figure invented by Delpini.
Role: Messink Actor: the formation of the Stone Figure invented by Delpini.
Role: A Dark Wood Actor:
Role: and the Piece concludes with a Finale Actor:
Role: Grand Dance Actor: Byrn, Holland, Mlle St.Amand.
Event Comment: [Account-Book: Tickets delivered by Claremont, Blurton, Ledger, Mrs Egan, Miss Leserve will be admitted.] Receipts: #255 3s. 6d. (101.10.6; 7.0.6; tickets: 146.12.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Duenna

Performance Comment: Isaac-Quick; Don Jerome-Munden; Ferdinand-Bowden; Antonio-Townsend; Father Paul-Richardson; Lopez-Farley; Carlos-Incledon; The Duenna-Mrs Davenport; Louisa-Mrs Martyr; Clara-Mrs Clendining.
Cast
Role: Isaac Actor: Quick
Role: Don Jerome Actor: Munden
Role: Ferdinand Actor: Bowden
Role: Antonio Actor: Townsend
Role: Father Paul Actor: Richardson
Role: Lopez Actor: Farley
Role: Carlos Actor: Incledon
Role: The Duenna Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Louisa Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Clara Actor: Mrs Clendining.

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Treasure 0

Cast
Role: Cooper Actor: Blurton
Role: Gamblers Actor: Bowden, Townsend, Haimes, Richardson
Role: Pantomimic Characters Persian Merchant and Actor: Farley
Role: Harlequin Actor: Simpson
Role: Clown Actor: Follett
Role: Pantaloon Actor: Hawtin
Role: Fop's Servant Actor: Simmons
Role: Miser Actor: Powel
Role: Pantomimic Sailor Actor: Blurton
Role: Jew Actor: Crowe
Role: Quaker Actor: Davenport
Role: Punch Actor: Rayner
Role: Smuggler Actor: King
Role: Lemon Merchant Actor: Wilde
Role: Landlord Actor: Thompson
Role: Cook Actor: Rees
Role: Surveyor Actor: Claremont
Role: Servant Actor: Abbot
Role: Waiters Actor: Findlay, Lee
Role: Persians and Arabs Actor: Cranfield, Platt, Bayzand, T. Cranfield, Goosetree
Role: Columbine Actor: Mlle St.Amand
Role: Vocal Characters Farmer Actor: Bowden
Role: Vocal Sailor Actor: Haymes
Role: Gambler Actor: Townsend
Role: Pleasure Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Virtue Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Arabian Girl Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Glees and Chorusses Actor: Linton, Street, Spofforth, Williamson, Holland.
Role: The Banditti Actor:
Role: A Garden Actor:
Role: song Actor: Mrs Clendining composed by Shield.
Role: The Hotel Actor:
Role: The Hazard Club Actor:
Role: , Actor: Bowden, Townsend, Richardson, Haymes, Linton, Street, Spofforth, Williamson, Holland
Role: The Building Scene and Falling Scaffold Actor:
Role: The Outside of Pantaloon's House Actor: the Mandarine-the Inside-the Magic Candles-
Role: the Mandarine Actor: the Inside-the Magic Candles-
Role: the Inside Actor: the Magic Candles-
Role: the Magic Candles Actor:
Role: Harlequin from the Tea Urn Actor: , invented by Messink and Martinelli.
Role: The Dog Kennel and Pigeon House Actor: invented by Rich.
Role: Outside of Bagnio Actor:
Role: Actor: The Jew-the Quaker-the Sailor-the Miser. Omnia Vincet Amor! The Inside of the Bagnio-the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: The Jew Actor: the Quaker-the Sailor-the Miser. Omnia Vincet Amor! The Inside of the Bagnio-the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: the Quaker Actor: the Sailor-the Miser. Omnia Vincet Amor! The Inside of the Bagnio-the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: the Sailor Actor: the Miser. Omnia Vincet Amor! The Inside of the Bagnio-the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: The Inside of the Bagnio Actor: the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: the Change to the Prison Actor: the Punishment of Vice-
Role: the Punishment of Vice Actor:
Role: with a Hornpipe in Fetters Actor: Byrn.
Role: An exact Representation of the Telegraphe Actor: , in which is shewn the Manner of conveying Intelligence, demanding Questions, and receiving Answers.
Role: with the Fleet prepared for Sea Actor: The arrival of an Express from the Admiralty by the Telegraphe-the Sailing of the Fleet
Role: The arrival of an Express from the Admiralty by th Actor: the Sailing of the Fleet
Role: Spofforth Actor: Haymes
Role: The Kitchen Scene Actor: by Messink.
Role: A Landscape Actor:
Role: Spofforth Actor: Bowden
Role: The Wash@House Scene Actor:
Role: Pantaloon's House and Garden Wall Actor: a Venetian Window changes to a Ladder-with the Clown's Disaster in the Horse Trough. Outside of Pantaloon's House-the art of making Punch-the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: a Venetian Window changes to a Ladder Actor: with the Clown's Disaster in the Horse Trough. Outside of Pantaloon's House-the art of making Punch-the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: Outside of Pantaloon's House Actor: the art of making Punch-the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: the art of making Punch Actor: the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel Actor: Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: The Statuary Yard Actor: invented by Messink-the formation of the Stone Figure invented by Delpini.
Role: Messink Actor: the formation of the Stone Figure invented by Delpini.
Role: A Dark Wood Actor:
Role: and the Piece concludes with a Finale Actor:
Role: Grand Dance Actor: Byrn, Holland, Mlle St.Amand.
Role: 960315but Rule Brittania Actor: Bowden, Townsend

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Treasure 1

Cast
Role: Cooper Actor: Blurton
Role: Gamblers Actor: Bowden, Townsend, Haimes, Richardson
Role: Pantomimic Characters Persian Merchant and Actor: Farley
Role: Harlequin Actor: Simpson
Role: Clown Actor: Follett
Role: Pantaloon Actor: Hawtin
Role: Fop's Servant Actor: Simmons
Role: Miser Actor: Powel
Role: Pantomimic Sailor Actor: Blurton
Role: Jew Actor: Crowe
Role: Quaker Actor: Davenport
Role: Punch Actor: Rayner
Role: Smuggler Actor: King
Role: Lemon Merchant Actor: Wilde
Role: Landlord Actor: Thompson
Role: Cook Actor: Rees
Role: Surveyor Actor: Claremont
Role: Servant Actor: Abbot
Role: Waiters Actor: Findlay, Lee
Role: Persians and Arabs Actor: Cranfield, Platt, Bayzand, T. Cranfield, Goosetree
Role: Columbine Actor: Mlle St.Amand
Role: Vocal Characters Farmer Actor: Bowden
Role: Vocal Sailor Actor: Haymes
Role: Gambler Actor: Townsend
Role: Pleasure Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Virtue Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Arabian Girl Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Glees and Chorusses Actor: Linton, Street, Spofforth, Williamson, Holland.
Role: The Banditti Actor:
Role: A Garden Actor:
Role: song Actor: Mrs Clendining composed by Shield.
Role: The Hotel Actor:
Role: The Hazard Club Actor:
Role: , Actor: Bowden, Townsend, Richardson, Haymes, Linton, Street, Spofforth, Williamson, Holland
Role: The Building Scene and Falling Scaffold Actor:
Role: The Outside of Pantaloon's House Actor: the Mandarine-the Inside-the Magic Candles-
Role: the Mandarine Actor: the Inside-the Magic Candles-
Role: the Inside Actor: the Magic Candles-
Role: the Magic Candles Actor:
Role: Harlequin from the Tea Urn Actor: , invented by Messink and Martinelli.
Role: The Dog Kennel and Pigeon House Actor: invented by Rich.
Role: Outside of Bagnio Actor:
Role: Actor: The Jew-the Quaker-the Sailor-the Miser. Omnia Vincet Amor! The Inside of the Bagnio-the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: The Jew Actor: the Quaker-the Sailor-the Miser. Omnia Vincet Amor! The Inside of the Bagnio-the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: the Quaker Actor: the Sailor-the Miser. Omnia Vincet Amor! The Inside of the Bagnio-the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: the Sailor Actor: the Miser. Omnia Vincet Amor! The Inside of the Bagnio-the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: The Inside of the Bagnio Actor: the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: the Change to the Prison Actor: the Punishment of Vice-
Role: the Punishment of Vice Actor:
Role: with a Hornpipe in Fetters Actor: Byrn.
Role: An exact Representation of the Telegraphe Actor: , in which is shewn the Manner of conveying Intelligence, demanding Questions, and receiving Answers.
Role: with the Fleet prepared for Sea Actor: The arrival of an Express from the Admiralty by the Telegraphe-the Sailing of the Fleet
Role: The arrival of an Express from the Admiralty by th Actor: the Sailing of the Fleet
Role: Spofforth Actor: Haymes
Role: The Kitchen Scene Actor: by Messink.
Role: A Landscape Actor:
Role: Spofforth Actor: Bowden
Role: The Wash@House Scene Actor:
Role: Pantaloon's House and Garden Wall Actor: a Venetian Window changes to a Ladder-with the Clown's Disaster in the Horse Trough. Outside of Pantaloon's House-the art of making Punch-the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: a Venetian Window changes to a Ladder Actor: with the Clown's Disaster in the Horse Trough. Outside of Pantaloon's House-the art of making Punch-the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: Outside of Pantaloon's House Actor: the art of making Punch-the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: the art of making Punch Actor: the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel Actor: Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: The Statuary Yard Actor: invented by Messink-the formation of the Stone Figure invented by Delpini.
Role: Messink Actor: the formation of the Stone Figure invented by Delpini.
Role: A Dark Wood Actor:
Role: and the Piece concludes with a Finale Actor:
Role: Grand Dance Actor: Byrn, Holland, Mlle St.Amand.
Role: 960315but Rule Brittania Actor: Bowden, Townsend

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Treasure 2

Cast
Role: Cooper Actor: Blurton
Role: Gamblers Actor: Bowden, Townsend, Haimes, Richardson
Role: Pantomimic Characters Persian Merchant and Actor: Farley
Role: Harlequin Actor: Simpson
Role: Clown Actor: Follett
Role: Pantaloon Actor: Hawtin
Role: Fop's Servant Actor: Simmons
Role: Miser Actor: Powel
Role: Pantomimic Sailor Actor: Blurton
Role: Jew Actor: Crowe
Role: Quaker Actor: Davenport
Role: Punch Actor: Rayner
Role: Smuggler Actor: King
Role: Lemon Merchant Actor: Wilde
Role: Landlord Actor: Thompson
Role: Cook Actor: Rees
Role: Surveyor Actor: Claremont
Role: Servant Actor: Abbot
Role: Waiters Actor: Findlay, Lee
Role: Persians and Arabs Actor: Cranfield, Platt, Bayzand, T. Cranfield, Goosetree
Role: Columbine Actor: Mlle St.Amand
Role: Vocal Characters Farmer Actor: Bowden
Role: Vocal Sailor Actor: Haymes
Role: Gambler Actor: Townsend
Role: Pleasure Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Virtue Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Arabian Girl Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Glees and Chorusses Actor: Linton, Street, Spofforth, Williamson, Holland.
Role: The Banditti Actor:
Role: A Garden Actor:
Role: song Actor: Mrs Clendining composed by Shield.
Role: The Hotel Actor:
Role: The Hazard Club Actor:
Role: , Actor: Bowden, Townsend, Richardson, Haymes, Linton, Street, Spofforth, Williamson, Holland
Role: The Building Scene and Falling Scaffold Actor:
Role: The Outside of Pantaloon's House Actor: the Mandarine-the Inside-the Magic Candles-
Role: the Mandarine Actor: the Inside-the Magic Candles-
Role: the Inside Actor: the Magic Candles-
Role: the Magic Candles Actor:
Role: Harlequin from the Tea Urn Actor: , invented by Messink and Martinelli.
Role: The Dog Kennel and Pigeon House Actor: invented by Rich.
Role: Outside of Bagnio Actor:
Role: Actor: The Jew-the Quaker-the Sailor-the Miser. Omnia Vincet Amor! The Inside of the Bagnio-the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: The Jew Actor: the Quaker-the Sailor-the Miser. Omnia Vincet Amor! The Inside of the Bagnio-the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: the Quaker Actor: the Sailor-the Miser. Omnia Vincet Amor! The Inside of the Bagnio-the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: the Sailor Actor: the Miser. Omnia Vincet Amor! The Inside of the Bagnio-the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: The Inside of the Bagnio Actor: the Change to the Prison-the Punishment of Vice-
Role: the Change to the Prison Actor: the Punishment of Vice-
Role: the Punishment of Vice Actor:
Role: with a Hornpipe in Fetters Actor: Byrn.
Role: An exact Representation of the Telegraphe Actor: , in which is shewn the Manner of conveying Intelligence, demanding Questions, and receiving Answers.
Role: with the Fleet prepared for Sea Actor: The arrival of an Express from the Admiralty by the Telegraphe-the Sailing of the Fleet
Role: The arrival of an Express from the Admiralty by th Actor: the Sailing of the Fleet
Role: Spofforth Actor: Haymes
Role: The Kitchen Scene Actor: by Messink.
Role: A Landscape Actor:
Role: Spofforth Actor: Bowden
Role: The Wash@House Scene Actor:
Role: Pantaloon's House and Garden Wall Actor: a Venetian Window changes to a Ladder-with the Clown's Disaster in the Horse Trough. Outside of Pantaloon's House-the art of making Punch-the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: a Venetian Window changes to a Ladder Actor: with the Clown's Disaster in the Horse Trough. Outside of Pantaloon's House-the art of making Punch-the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: Outside of Pantaloon's House Actor: the art of making Punch-the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: the art of making Punch Actor: the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel-Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: the Transformation of Punch to a Wheel Actor: Barrow invented by Rich.
Role: The Statuary Yard Actor: invented by Messink-the formation of the Stone Figure invented by Delpini.
Role: Messink Actor: the formation of the Stone Figure invented by Delpini.
Role: A Dark Wood Actor:
Role: and the Piece concludes with a Finale Actor:
Role: Grand Dance Actor: Byrn, Holland, Mlle St.Amand.
Role: 960315but Rule Brittania Actor: Bowden, Townsend
Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Martyr. 2nd piece [1st time; ENT 1, by John Cartwright Cross (see Monthly Mirror, June 1797, p. 370). Larpent MS 1166; not published]; With a striking Representation of the Conflagration of the Spanish Fleet in the Gulph of Pariav, the Island's Capitulation and the Departure of its Garrison, Prisoner of War [on 18 Feb. 1797]. True Briton, 1 May: Tickets to be had of Mrs Martyr at her house, No. 16, Martlett Court, Bow-street, Covent-Garden. Receipts: #359 14s. (185.5; 8.2; tickets: 166.7)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Abroad And At Home

Afterpiece Title: The Surrender of Trinidad; or, Safe Moor'd at Last

Performance Comment: William-Incledon; Venture-Munden; Jack Rattling-Fawcett; Gasper (the Jailor)-Bowden; Capt. Clueline-Claremont; Midshipman-Linton; Gunner-Street; Lieutenant O'Liffey-Johnstone; Cymbalo (a Negro Boy)-Mrs Martyr; Susan-Mrs Clendining.
Cast
Role: William Actor: Incledon
Role: Venture Actor: Munden
Role: Jack Rattling Actor: Fawcett
Role: Gasper Actor: Bowden
Role: Clueline Actor: Claremont
Role: Midshipman Actor: Linton
Role: Gunner Actor: Street
Role: Lieutenant O'Liffey Actor: Johnstone
Role: Cymbalo Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Susan Actor: Mrs Clendining.

Afterpiece Title: The Irishman in London

Cast
Role: Murtoch Delaney Actor: Johnstone
Role: Frost Actor: Munden
Role: Edward Actor: Fawcett
Role: Seymour Actor: Toms
Role: Colloony Actor: Macready
Role: Cymon Actor: Farley
Role: Caroline Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Cubba Actor: Mrs Fawcett
Role: Louisa Actor: Miss Mansel.

Song: End I: The Storm-Incledon; In course 2nd piece: Black@Ey'd Susan-Incledon; Beauty at her Levee-Munden; Jack at the Windlass-Fawcett; The Wolf-Bowden; Oh why to be happy-Incledon; The Row-Johnstone; Bravura Song-Mrs Clendining; a new Negro Song (composed by Shield)-Mrs Martyr; Rule Britannia-