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Event Comment: [Munden was from the Chester theatre. "His person is rather under the middle size, his figure good, his features more expressive than anything we have seen for many years, his voice powerful and melodious, and his articulation the clearest and most rapid we ever witnessed" (World, 3 Dec.). "Without the aid of grimace or buffoonery, he gave all the effect to the part that the author intended, and in his general stile of playing he seems to have studied nature more than any living model" (Gazetteer, 3 Dec.).] Receipts: #238 17s. 6d. (228.14.6; 10.3.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Busy Body

Performance Comment: Marplot-Lewis; Sir George Airy-Holman; Sir Jealous Traffic-Thompson; Charles Gripe-Macready; Whisper-Bernard; Sir Francis Gripe-Munden (1st appearance on this stage); Isabinda-Mrs Mountain; Patch-Mrs Harlowe; Scentwell-Mrs Platt; Miranda-Mrs Pope (1st appearance in that character).
Cast
Role: Marplot Actor: Lewis
Role: Sir George Airy Actor: Holman
Role: Sir Jealous Traffic Actor: Thompson
Role: Charles Gripe Actor: Macready
Role: Whisper Actor: Bernard
Role: Sir Francis Gripe Actor: Munden
Role: Isabinda Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Patch Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Scentwell Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Miranda Actor: Mrs Pope

Afterpiece Title: The Farmer

Performance Comment: Jemmy Jumps-Munden; Valentine-Johnstone; Rundy-Blanchard; Colonel Dormant-Hull; Fairly-Thompson; Farmer Stubble-Powel; Farmer Blackberry (1st time)-Bannister; Molly Maybush-Mrs Martyr; Louisa-Mrs Mountain; Landlady-Mrs Platt; Betty Blackberry-Mrs Mattocks.
Cast
Role: Jemmy Jumps Actor: Munden
Role: Valentine Actor: Johnstone
Role: Rundy Actor: Blanchard
Role: Colonel Dormant Actor: Hull
Role: Fairly Actor: Thompson
Role: Farmer Stubble Actor: Powel
Role: Farmer Blackberry Actor: Bannister
Role: Molly Maybush Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Louisa Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Landlady Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Betty Blackberry Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Dance: End: The Wapping Landlady- [See17901204]

Event Comment: Benefit for Munden. Mainpiece [1st time; CO 3, by Thomas Hurlstone. Text (J. Debrett [1792]) gives cast for season of 1792-93. Poetical Sketch by John Wolcot (Morning Herald, 11 May)]: With new Scenery, Dresses, and other Decorations. The Overture and Music entirely new, composed by Carter. Morning Herald, 13 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Munden, No. 15, Catherine-street. Ibid, 1 Dec. 1792: This Day is published Just in Time (1s. 6d.). Receipts: #415 3s. (126.4.6; 4.9.6; tickets: 284.9.0) (charge: #105)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Just In Time

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Quick, Blanchard, Munden, Powel, Marshall, Thompson, C. Powell, Cross, Rees, Letteney, Milburne, Follett, Blurton, Rowson, Coombes, Linton, Incledon, Mrs Martyr, Mrs Mountain, Mrs Webb, Miss Dall (1st appearance this season). The other Vocal Parts-Mrs Arnold, Miss Francis, Mrs Davenett, Miss Leserve, Mrs Watts, Mrs Gray, Mrs Lloyd, Mrs Powell, Miss Barnett, Mrs Masters, Mrs Cross; Cast from London Chronicle, 12 May 1792: Sir Solomon Oddly-Quick; Handy-Blanchard; Stave-Munden; Commodore Larboard-Powel; Dr Julep-Marshall; Roger-Thompson; Le Friz-C. Powell; Captain Melville-Incledon; Judith-Mrs Martyr; Maria-Mrs Mountain; Lady Oddly-Mrs Webb; Augusta-Miss Dall; Cross, Rees, Letteney, Milburne, Follett, Blurton, Rowson, Coombes, Linton and the Vocal Parts are unassigned. Cross, Rees, Letteney, Milburne, Follett, Blurton, Rowson, Coombes, Linton and the Vocal Parts are unassigned.

Afterpiece Title: The Deaf Lover

Performance Comment: As17920202, but Old Wrongward-Powel; Meadows-_; here called The Deaf Lover-Munden.
Cast
Role: Old Wrongward Actor: Powel
Role: here called The Deaf Lover Actor: Munden.
Role: Meadows Actor: Munden
Role: Groom Actor: Blanchard
Role: Young Wrongward Actor: Macready
Role: Canteen Actor: Cubitt
Role: John Actor: Thompson
Role: Sternhold Actor: Powel
Role: William Actor: Cross
Role: Sophia Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Maid Actor: Mrs Rock
Role: Betsey Blossom Actor: Mrs Martyr.

Dance: In: Dance incidental to the piece,-Byrne, Mlle St.Amand

Entertainment: Monologue End: (by way of Epilogue) Poetical Sketch, Jemmy Jumps in the Dumps; or, A Sunday Lounge in Hyde Park-Munden

Event Comment: Benefit for Munden [who had 1st sung A Dish of all Sorts at the Manchester theatre in 1785]. 1st piece : Never acted here. Morning Herald, 9 Aug.: Tickets to be had of Munden, No. 16, Clement's Inn

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Road To Ruin

Performance Comment: Goldfinch-Fawcett; Silky-Suett; Harry Dornton-Barrymore; Milford-Trueman; Sulky-Davenport; Old Dornton-Munden; Sophia-Mrs Gibbs; Mrs Warren-Mrs Davenport.
Cast
Role: Goldfinch Actor: Fawcett
Role: Silky Actor: Suett
Role: Harry Dornton Actor: Barrymore
Role: Milford Actor: Trueman
Role: Sulky Actor: Davenport
Role: Old Dornton Actor: Munden
Role: Sophia Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Mrs Warren Actor: Mrs Davenport.

Afterpiece Title: An Harmonic Jubilee

Performance Comment: A new comic song (never performed), The United Englishmen-Munden; A new comic song (never performed in London), A Dish of all Sorts-Munden; The Town Crier, in character,-Suett; Brave Betty was a Virgin Queen-Johnstone; Boxing the Compass-Fawcett; Imitations-Caulfield.

Afterpiece Title: The Honest Thieves

Cast
Role: Teague Actor: Johnstone
Role: The Tight Irish Boy Actor: Johnstone
Role: Abel Actor: Suett
Role: Careless Actor: Trueman
Role: Manly Actor: Palmer Jun.
Role: Justice Day Actor: Davenport
Role: Mr Story Actor: Abbot
Role: Coachman Actor: Ledger
Role: Bailiff Actor: Lyons
Role: Servant Actor: Chippendale
Role: Obadiah Actor: Munden
Role: Ruth Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Arabella Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Mrs Day Actor: Mrs Davenport.
Role: Vapour Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Gossip Actor: Suett
Role: Souffrance Actor: Caulfield
Role: Sir Mathew Medley Actor: Davenport
Role: Woodley Actor: Trueman
Role: Waiter Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Charlotte Actor: Mrs Edward
Role: Florella Actor: Miss Griffiths
Event Comment: Benefit for Munden. 2nd Piece [1st time in London; MF 2, by Thomas John Dibdin, 1st acted at Manchester, 15 Mar. 1793. Text (Huddersfield: J. Brook [1795] gives cast for Manchester]: The Music (with a new Waltz Overture, and an accompaniment for the Tamborine & Triangle) composed by Reeve. 3rd piece [1st time; M. INT 1]. Morning Chronicle, 4 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Munden, No. 16, Clement's-inn. Receipts: #630 12s. 6d. (237.13.0; 2.10.0; tickets: 390.9.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Wild Oats

Performance Comment: Rover-Lewis; Harry-Holman; Sir George Thunder-Davenport; Ephraim Smooth-Munden; John Dory-Fawcett; Sim-Knight; Banks-Murray; Midge-Clarke; Gammon-Thompson; Jane-Mrs Martyr; Amelia-Miss Chapman; Lady Amaranth-Mrs Pope.
Cast
Role: Rover Actor: Lewis
Role: Harry Actor: Holman
Role: Sir George Thunder Actor: Davenport
Role: Ephraim Smooth Actor: Munden
Role: John Dory Actor: Fawcett
Role: Sim Actor: Knight
Role: Banks Actor: Murray
Role: Midge Actor: Clarke
Role: Gammon Actor: Thompson
Role: Jane Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Amelia Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Lady Amaranth Actor: Mrs Pope.

Afterpiece Title: Sunshine after Rain

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Incledon, Munden, Fawcett, Knight, Johnstone, Mrs Davenport, Mrs Atkins. Cast from Songs (J. Barker, 1799): Captain Mortimer-Incledon; Squeez'em-Munden; Doctor Scarecrow-Fawcett; Clump-Knight; Terence-Johnstone; Goody Benson-Mrs Davenport; Clarissa-Mrs Atkins.
Cast
Role: Captain Mortimer Actor: Incledon
Role: Squeez'em Actor: Munden
Role: Doctor Scarecrow Actor: Fawcett
Role: Clump Actor: Knight
Role: Terence Actor: Johnstone
Role: Goody Benson Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Clarissa Actor: Mrs Atkins.

Afterpiece Title: The Jolly Crew; or, Tars at Anchor

Performance Comment: Principal Characters-Incledon, Johnstone, Munden, Fawcett, Townsend, Linton, Street; In which: Thursday in the Morn-Incledon; Kicking up a Row-Johnstone; Four and Twenty Fidlers-Munden; The Tight [or, Snug] Little Island (written by T. Dibdin)-Townsend; Boxing the Compass-Fawcett; Catches, Glees-Incledon, Johnstone, Townsend.

Song: In Course Evening: a new Comic Song (never sung in London), A Bundle of Proverbs; or, Odds and Ends, in the Character of Ephraim Smooth-Munden; A new Comic Song (never performed), A Touch at Old Times; or, No Days better than our Own-Munden; The Barber's Petition, with a song in character, Wigs, including His Own Wig, the Lover's Wig, Doctor's Wig, Coachman's Wig, Councellor's Wig,-Fawcett

Entertainment: Monologue The Barber's Petition-Fawcett

Event Comment: Benefit for Munden. Morning Chronicle, 30 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Munden, No. 8, Portsmouth-street, Lincoln's-inn-fields. Receipts: #334 17s. (157.19.6; 3.11.6; tickets: 173.6.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: He Wou'd Be A Soldier

Performance Comment: Captain Crevelt-Lewis; Sir Oliver Oldstock-Quick; Caleb (with a song)-Munden (1st appearance in that character); Col. Talbot-Aickin; Mandeville-Farren; Count Pierpoint-Marshall; Wilkins-Cubitt; Johnson-Bernard; Amber-Thompson; Harriett-Mrs Wells; Mrs Wilkins-Mrs Rock; Lady Oldstock-Mrs Webb; Nancy-Mrs Cross; Betty-Mrs Spriggs; Charlotte-Mrs Pope.
Cast
Role: Captain Crevelt Actor: Lewis
Role: Sir Oliver Oldstock Actor: Quick
Role: Caleb Actor: Munden
Role: Talbot Actor: Aickin
Role: Mandeville Actor: Farren
Role: Count Pierpoint Actor: Marshall
Role: Wilkins Actor: Cubitt
Role: Johnson Actor: Bernard
Role: Amber Actor: Thompson
Role: Harriett Actor: Mrs Wells
Role: Mrs Wilkins Actor: Mrs Rock
Role: Lady Oldstock Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Nancy Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Spriggs
Role: Charlotte Actor: Mrs Pope.

Afterpiece Title: Love in a Camp

Performance Comment: As17910224, but Darby-Munden (1st appearance in that character).
Cast
Role: Darby Actor: Munden
Role: Rupert Actor: Reeve.
Role: Captain Patrick Actor: Johnstone
Role: Quiz Actor: Quick
Role: Marshall Ferbelin Actor: Davies
Role: Father Luke Actor: Rock
Role: Olmutz Actor: Cubitt
Role: Adjutant Actor: Macready
Role: Mabel Flourish Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Norah Actor: Miss Francis
Role: Flora Actor: Mrs Martyr.

Song: End IV: The Group of Lovers; or, Beauty at her Levee (1st time at this theatre)-Munden; End: The Pleasures of the Chace-Incledon; after which Say Bonny Lass will you lie in a Garrat-, being a Parody on Say Bonny Lass, will you lie in a Barrack; Timothy Staytape-Munden; Miss Tippet-Mrs Martyr

Event Comment: [In mainpiece the playbill assigns Polonius to Wilson, but "Previous to the play an apology was made by Farren, for the absence of Wilson [see 2 Nov.], and requesting the Audience to accept of Munden in Polonius, which they chearfully assented to, and his performance justified their opinion" (Thespian Magazine, Dec. 1792, p. 153). "Hamlet is perfectly within the scope of [Holman's] powers; but his performance last night did not exhibit one discriminate feature of the character. He 'out Heroded Herod' throughout, with more than his usual perseverance. The praise of the evening rests with Munden, who laudably endeavoured to rescue Polonius from the buffoonery which has hitherto disgraced him" (Morning Herald, 6 Nov.). Afterpiece in place of Oscar and Malvina, advertised on playbill of 3 Nov.] Receipts: #319 2s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Hamlet

Performance Comment: Hamlet-Holman; King-Hull; Ghost-Aickin; Horatio-Farren; Laertes-Harley; Polonius-Munden; Ostrick-Marshall; Player King-Thompson; Marcellus-Powel; Bernardo-Evatt; Lucianus-Cubitt; Rosencraus-Macready; Guildenstern-Davies; Grave@Diggers-Quick, Rees; Queen-Mrs Fawcett; Player Queen-Mrs Platt; Ophelia-Mrs Esten.
Cast
Role: Hamlet Actor: Holman
Role: King Actor: Hull
Role: Ghost Actor: Aickin
Role: Horatio Actor: Farren
Role: Laertes Actor: Harley
Role: Polonius Actor: Munden
Role: Ostrick Actor: Marshall
Role: Player King Actor: Thompson
Role: Marcellus Actor: Powel
Role: Bernardo Actor: Evatt
Role: Lucianus Actor: Cubitt
Role: Rosencraus Actor: Macready
Role: Guildenstern Actor: Davies
Role: Grave@Diggers Actor: Quick, Rees
Role: Queen Actor: Mrs Fawcett
Role: Player Queen Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Ophelia Actor: Mrs Esten.

Afterpiece Title: Hartford Bridge

Cast
Role: Sir Gregory Forester Actor: Quick
Role: Peregrine Forester Actor: Munden
Role: Captain Fieldair Actor: Incledon
Role: Peter Actor: Blanchard
Role: Cartridge Actor: Fawcett
Role: Captain Forester Actor: Macready
Role: Travellers Actor: Powel, Thompson, Cross, Rock
Role: Waiter Actor: Farley
Role: Hostler Actor: Rees
Role: Susan Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Mrs Jangle Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Clara Actor: Mrs Clendining.
Event Comment: Benefit for Munden. 2nd piece [1st time; M.INT 1, by Thomas Hurlstone, Published by J. Debrett, 1793; in 1795 acted at cg as The British Recruit; or, Who's Afraid?]: The Overture and Music (a Glee and Air excepted) entirely new, by Shield, Giordani and Dr Stevenson of Dublin. To conclude with a Representation of the Grand Fleet under Sail. Books of the Interlude to be had at the Theatre. Morning Herald, 3 May 1793: This Day, at Noon, will be published To Arms (6d.). Morning Herald, 15 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Munden at his house, No. 6, Frith-street, Soho. Receipts: #448 17s. 6d

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Road To Ruin

Cast
Role: Sulky Actor: Cubitt
Role: Sophia Actor: Miss Grist
Role: Characters Actor: Johnstone, Macready, Lewis.

Afterpiece Title: To Arms; or, The British Recruit

Performance Comment: Serjeant of Grenadiers-Johnstone; Robin Redhead-Munden; Capias-Fawcett; Lieutenant-Darley; Serjeant of Marines-Gray; Susan-Mrs Martyr.
Cast
Role: Serjeant of Grenadiers Actor: Johnstone
Role: Robin Redhead Actor: Munden
Role: Capias Actor: Fawcett
Role: Lieutenant Actor: Darley
Role: Serjeant of Marines Actor: Gray
Role: Susan Actor: Mrs Martyr.

Afterpiece Title: Two Strings to Your Bow

Cast
Role: Lazarillo Actor: Munden
Role: Borachio Actor: Cubitt
Role: Octavio Actor: Davies
Role: Ferdinand Actor: Macready
Role: Don Pedro Actor: Powel
Role: Don Sancho Actor: Thompson
Role: Drunken Porter Actor: Farley
Role: Waiters Actor: Cross, Ledger
Role: Leonora Actor: Miss Stuart
Role: Maid Actor: Miss Leserve
Role: Donna Clara Actor: Mrs Harlowe.

Dance: In 2nd piece: Byrn, Mme Rossi

Song: End 2nd piece: The Sea Storm-Incledon

Entertainment: Monologue. As17930410

Event Comment: Benefit for Munden. 2nd piece hst time; MF 2 , by Samuel Birch. MS: Larpent 1011; not published]: The Overture and Music composed by Attwood. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. Murning Chronicle, 28 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Munden, No. 6, Frith-street, Soho. Receipts: #423 5s. (132/12/6; 6/18/0; tickets: 283/14/6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The School For Wives

Cast
Role: Leeson Actor: FarrenMrs Belville-Miss Chapman
Role: FarrenMrs Belville Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Belville Actor: Lewis
Role: Torrington Actor: Quick
Role: Savage Actor: Munden
Role: Savage Actor: Davies
Role: Conolly Actor: Macready
Role: Spruce Actor: Bernard
Role: Leech Actor: Cubitt
Role: Crow Actor: Thompson
Role: Wolfe Actor: RockMiss Walsingham-Mrs Mattocks
Role: RockMiss Walsingham Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Lady Rachael Mildew Actor: Mrs Chambers
Role: Mrs Tempest Actor: Mrs Fawcett
Role: Mrs Belville Actor: Mrs Pope

Afterpiece Title: THE PACKET-BOAT; or, A Peep behind the Veil

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Quick, Johnstone, Incledon, Munden//Miss Poole, Mrs Martyr. [Cast from European Magazine, May 1794, p. 388: Supple-Quick; Captain O'Phoenix-Johnstone; Woodford-Incledon; Scamper-Munden; Vintage-Powel; Midship-Cross//Isidora-Miss Poole; Jacquelina-Mrs Martyr; Commode-Mrs Watts.] hathi. hathi.
Cast
Role: : Supple Actor: Quick
Role: Captain O'Phoenix Actor: Johnstone
Role: Woodford Actor: Incledon
Role: Scamper Actor: Munden
Role: Vintage Actor: Powel
Role: Midship Actor: CrossIsidora-Miss Poole
Role: CrossIsidora Actor: Miss Poole
Role: Jacquelina Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Commode Actor: Mrs Watts.

Afterpiece Title: BRITISH FORTITUDE AND HIBERNIAN FRIENDSHIP

Cast
Role: Cornwall Actor: Campbell
Role: : Harlequin Actor: Bayzand
Role: : Philidel Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: : Ballad Singer Actor: Fawcett
Role: : Lucifer Actor: Campbell
Role: Zephyrus Actor: Holland
Role: Dancing Actor: Master
Role: Master Actor: Fawcett
Role: : Zany Actor: Simmons
Role: . Lucifer Actor: Cubitt
Role: Pillardoc Actor: Richardson
Role: Asmodius Actor: Townsend
Role: Orchus Actor: Blurton
Role: Bclial Actor: Linton
Role: Ades Actor: Street. II. The Study of Dr Faustus
Role: Dr Faustus Actor: Farley
Role: Zany Actor: West. III. A Landscape and Water Mill
Role: Harlequin Actor: Boyce
Role: Pierrot Actor: Follett
Role: Miller Actor: Hawtin
Role: Taylor Actor: Simmons
Role: Bridemen Actor: Cranfield, Ratchford, Blurton, Wilde, Rayner, Jackson, &c.Miller's Wife-Miss Leserve
Role: Miller's Wife Actor: Miss Leserve
Role: Bridemaids Actor: Mrs Follett, Mrs Watts, Mrs Ratchford, Mrs Cranfield, Mrs Crowe, Mrs Lloyd, &c.
Role: Colombine Actor: Mme Rossi
Role: Philidel Actor: Mrs Mountain. IV. A View of a Country Inn: The Bull and Dog
Role: Landlady Actor: Mrs Henley. V. A Representation of tht Scaffolding prepared for erecting the New Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane, as it appeared in July. Irish Song in character by Rock. Which changes to a View of the above Building, as it will appear when completed
Role: A Representation of tht Scaffolding prepared for e Actor: Royal, Drury Lane, as it appeared in July. Irish Song in character by Rock. Which changes to a View of the above Building, as it will appear when completed
Role: A View of Smithfield on a Market Actor: Day
Role: ByrnFlora Actor: Mlle St. Amand. VIII. A Tobacco Warehouse, which changes to an Equestrian Figure by Roubiliac. IX. A Street, in which is introduced two Irish Sedan Chairs
Role: Aerial Spirits Actor: Byrn, Holland, Mlle St. Amand, Cranfield, Ratchford, King, Blurton, Wilde, Mrs Castelle, Miss Kirton, Miss Leserve, Mrs Follett, Mrs Watts, Mrs Blurton
Role: Alban Actor: Holman
Role: Captain O'Leary Actor: Johnstone
Role: Patrick Actor: Rock
Role: Catherine Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Louisa Actor: Miss Brunton
Role: Vocal Characters Actor: Bannister, Incledon, Davies, Blanchard, Cubitt, Johnstone, Mrs Martyr, Mrs Warrell, Miss Huntley, Miss Barnet
Role: Petit Maitre Actor: Farley
Role: Marquis Actor: W. Powel
Role: Pioneer Actor: Cranfield
Role: Dusty Gentleman Actor: Bernard
Role: Poet Actor: Marshall
Role: Shoe@Black Actor: Rees
Role: Jacobine Actor: Cross
Role: Lemonadier Actor: C. Powell
Role: Poissards Actor: Blurton, Rayner
Role: Gardener Actor: Milburne
Role: Grotesque Actor: Follett
Role: Dancing Nymphs Actor: Mrs Goodwin, Mrs Watts, Mrs Ratchford, Mrs Byrne, Mrs Boyce, Mrs Cranfield, Mrs Lloyd
Role: : Recruiting Serjeant Actor: Townsend
Role: . Oakland Actor: Inclcdon
Role: Oakland Actor: Munden
Role: Jeffery Actor: Blanchard
Role: Gunnel Actor: Fawcett
Role: Rapine Actor: Cubitt
Role: Mr Sterling Actor: Powel
Role: Charles Actor: Claremont
Role: McScrape Actor: JohnstoneEllen Woodbine-Mrs Mountain
Role: JohnstoneEllen Woodbine Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Lucy Oakland Actor: Miss Hopkins

Monologue: 1794 05 13 End of Act I of 1st piece A Plague on both your Houses; or, A Peep into New Drury and Covent-Garden Theatres, to conclude with a Comic Song, in the Character of an Old Woman of Eighty, by Munden

Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; C 5, by Hannah Cowley. Prologue by the author (Knapp, p. 134). Author of Epilogue unknown]: With new Dresses, Scenes, &c. Morning Chronicle, 18 Feb. 1795: This Day is published The Town before You (2s.). Genest VII, 205: In this play as printed in 1795 Fawcett's and Munden's names stand to the wrong characters. Receipts: #314 8s. (310.17; 3.11)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Town Before You

Performance Comment: Characters-Lewis, Quick, Holman, Pope, Munden, Fawcett, Bernard, Hull, Powel, Miss Wallis, Mrs Mattocks, Mrs Martyr, Miss Chapman, Miss Hopkins, Mrs Platt, Mrs Pope. Cast from text (T. N. Longman, 1795), and London Chronicle, 9 Dec.: Tippy-Lewis; Sir Robert Floyer-Quick; Conway-Holman; Asgill-Pope; Humphrey-Munden; Fancourt-Fawcett; Acid-Bernard; Perkins-Hull; Sir Simon Asgill-Powel; Slopseller-Thompson; Buckram-Williamson; Holdfast-Cross; Sir Robert's Servant-Simmons; Georgina-Miss Wallis; Mrs Fancourt-Mrs Mattocks; Jenny-Mrs Martyr; Lady Charlotte-Miss Chapman; Lady Elizabeth-Miss Hopkins; Mrs Clement-Mrs Platt; Lady Horatia Horton-Mrs Pope; Mrs Bullrush-Miss Stuart; Lady Horatia's Servant-Miss Leserve; Prologue-Mrs Mattocks; Epilogue-Miss Wallis.

Afterpiece Title: Netley Abbey

Cast
Role: Captain Oakland Actor: Incledon
Role: Oakland Actor: Munden
Role: Gunnel Actor: Fawcett
Role: Jeffery Actor: Townsend
Role: Sterling Actor: Powel
Role: Rapine Actor: Rees
Role: M'Scrape Actor: Johnstone
Role: Ellen Woodbine Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Lucy Oakland Actor: Miss Hopkins
Role: Catherine Actor: Mrs Martyr.
Event Comment: Benefit for Munden. [Mrs Townsend was from the Norwich theatre.] 3rd piece: Never [previously] acted at this Theatre. Morning Chronicle, 22 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Munden, No. 12, Frith-street, Soho. Receipts: #388 7s. (111.9.6; 6.12.0; tickets: 270.5.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love Makes A Man; Or, The Fop's Fortune

Performance Comment: Clodio-Lewis; Don Louis-Munden; Sancho-Bernard; Governor-Davies; Don Duart-Macready; Anthonio-Thompson; Charino-Powel; Carlos-Holman; Louisa-Mrs Fawcett; Elvira-Miss Chapman; Angelina-Mrs Townsend (1st appearance on this stage).
Cast
Role: Clodio Actor: Lewis
Role: Don Louis Actor: Munden
Role: Sancho Actor: Bernard
Role: Governor Actor: Davies
Role: Don Duart Actor: Macready
Role: Anthonio Actor: Thompson
Role: Charino Actor: Powel
Role: Carlos Actor: Holman
Role: Louisa Actor: Mrs Fawcett
Role: Elvira Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Angelina Actor: Mrs Townsend

Afterpiece Title: The Sailor's Prize

Cast
Role: Sam Surf Actor: Incledon
Role: Teddy O'Shaughnessey Actor: Johnstone
Role: Joey Actor: Munden
Role: Platoon Actor: Bowden
Role: Sally Actor: Mrs Martyr.
Role: Sir Charles Racket Actor: Lewis
Role: Woodley Actor: Macready
Role: Lovelace Actor: Farley
Role: Drugget Actor: Quick
Role: Dimity Actor: Mrs Fawcett
Role: Mrs Drugget Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Nancy Actor: Miss Cornelys
Role: Lady Racket Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Afterpiece Title: Who's the Dupe

Performance Comment: Old Doiley (1st time)-Munden; Granger-Bernard; Sandford-Macready; Gradus-Fawcett; Miss Doiley-Miss Chapman; Charlotte-Mrs Martyr.
Cast
Role: Old Doiley Actor: Munden
Role: Granger Actor: Bernard
Role: Sandford Actor: Macready
Role: Gradus Actor: Fawcett
Role: Miss Doiley Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Charlotte Actor: Mrs Martyr.

Dance: As17950501

Song: In course: The Storm-Incledon; Admiral Benbow-Incledon; Four and Twenty Fidlers-Munden; In 2nd piece: Battle Song, as17950501; Let us love and let us drink, as17950501; Teddy O'Shaughnessey's History, as17950501; Now landed from the Ocean, as17950501

Event Comment: Benefit for Munden. 4th piece: To conclude as 15 Apr. Morning Herald, 12 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Munden, No. 77, corner of Long Acre, and at Prospect-Place, Kentish Town. Receipts: #454 11s. 6d. (148.15.0; 7.16.0; tickets: 298.0.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Comedy Of Errors

Cast
Role: Lesbia Actor: Miss Morris.
Role: Antipholis of Syracuse Actor: Pope
Role: Antipholis of Ephesus Actor: Holman
Role: Duke Actor: Richardson
Role: Aegeon Actor: Hull
Role: Angelo Actor: Powel
Role: Dromio of Syracuse Actor: Munden
Role: Dromio of Ephesus Actor: Quick
Role: Luciana Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Abbess Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Adriana Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Afterpiece Title: The Irish Mimick

Cast
Role: Parrots Actor: Johnstone
Role: Cypress Actor: Munden
Role: Colin Actor: Fawcett
Role: Clifford Actor: Macready
Role: Harry Actor: Farley
Role: Porter Actor: Thompson
Role: Miss Melcomb Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Julia Actor: Mrs Knight

Afterpiece Title: Lovers' Quarrels

Performance Comment: Don Carlos-Holman; Lopez-Munden; Sancho-Fawcett; Don Lorenzo-Claremont; Angelina-Miss Chapman; Isabella-Mrs Platt; Jacintha-Mrs Mattocks; Leonora-Mrs Pope.
Cast
Role: Don Carlos Actor: Holman
Role: Lopez Actor: Munden
Role: Sancho Actor: Fawcett
Role: Don Lorenzo Actor: Claremont
Role: Angelina Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Jacintha Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Leonora Actor: Mrs Pope.

Afterpiece Title: The Point at Herqui

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.
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 4th piece: a new incidental Dance, as17960415

Song: In III 1st piece: a song (in character)-Mrs Clendining; In 4th piece: The Mid Watch, as17960415; Tippy Bob, as17960415; The Waiter, as17960415; Irish Song, as17960415; New Loyal Song, as17960415; Rondo, as17960415; Ye Gentlemen of England, as17960415; Rule Britannia, as17960415

Event Comment: Benefit for Munden. [Mrs Litchfield is identified in Thespian Dictionary, 1805; as Miss Hay she had acted at cg on 27 May 1796.] 2nd piece [1st time; MF 1, by John O'Keeffe. MS not in Larpent MS; not published]: Altered [by the author] from Sprigs of Laurel. True Briton, 1 May: Tickets to be had of Munden, No. 16, Clement's-Inn. Receipts: #418 8s. 6d. (122.8.6; 9.19.6; tickets: 286.0.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Every One Has His Fault

Performance Comment: Sir Robert Ramble-Macready (1st appearance in that character); Irwin-Pope; Lord Norland-Murray; Harmony-Munden; Placid (1st time)-Farley; Hammond-Powel; Edward (for that night only)-A Young Lady (2nd appearance on this stage [Mrs Litchfield]); Solus-Quick; Mrs Placid-Mrs Mattocks; Miss Woburn-Miss Chapman; Miss Spinster-Mrs Davenport; Lady Eleanor Irwin-Miss Wallis.
Cast
Role: Sir Robert Ramble Actor: Macready
Role: Irwin Actor: Pope
Role: Lord Norland Actor: Murray
Role: Harmony Actor: Munden
Role: Placid Actor: Farley
Role: Hammond Actor: Powel
Role: Edward Actor: A Young Lady
Role: Solus Actor: Quick
Role: Mrs Placid Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Miss Woburn Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Miss Spinster Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Lady Eleanor Irwin Actor: Miss Wallis.

Afterpiece Title: The Rival Soldiers

Performance Comment: Lenox-Johnstone; Nipperkin-Munden; Capt. Cruizer-Powel; Major Tactic-Haymes; Sinclair-Incledon; Mary-Mrs Clendining.
Cast
Role: Lenox Actor: Johnstone
Role: Nipperkin Actor: Munden
Role: Cruizer Actor: Powel
Role: Major Tactic Actor: Haymes
Role: Sinclair Actor: Incledon
Role: Mary Actor: Mrs Clendining.

Afterpiece Title: The Positive Man

Performance Comment: Cable-Incledon; Grog-Munden; Sir Toby Tacet-Powel; Bellcamp-Toms; Sam Stern-Townsend; Rupee-Fawcett; Cornelia-Mrs Martyr; Florimel-Miss Mansel; Nancy-Mrs Knight; Lady Tacet-Mrs Davenport.
Cast
Role: Cable Actor: Incledon
Role: Grog Actor: Munden
Role: Sir Toby Tacet Actor: Powel
Role: Bellcamp Actor: Toms
Role: Sam Stern Actor: Townsend
Role: Rupee Actor: Fawcett
Role: Cornelia Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Florimel Actor: Miss Mansel
Role: Nancy Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Lady Tacet Actor: Mrs Davenport.

Song: In the course of the Evening: The Life of Poor Jack (composed by Dibdin), Admiral Benbow-Incledon; Honesty in Tatters-Townsend; Arthur O'Bradley (1st time, written by O'Keeffe)-Munden

Event Comment: Benefit for Munden. Afterpiece: Not acted these 10 years [acted 23 July 1788]. True Briton, 4 Aug.: Tickets to be had of Munden, No. 16, Clement's Inn

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Young Quaker

Performance Comment: Young Sadboy-Palmer; Captain Ambush-C. Kemble; Chronicle-Suett; Shadrach (for that night only)-Wewitzer; Spatterdash-R. Palmer; Clod-Munden; Araminta-Mrs Gibbs; Lady Rounceval-Mrs Davenport; Pink-Mrs Harlowe; Dinah Primrose-Miss DeCamp.
Cast
Role: Young Sadboy Actor: Palmer
Role: Captain Ambush Actor: C. Kemble
Role: Chronicle Actor: Suett
Role: Shadrach Actor: Wewitzer
Role: Spatterdash Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Clod Actor: Munden
Role: Araminta Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Lady Rounceval Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Pink Actor: Mrs Harlowe
Role: Dinah Primrose Actor: Miss DeCamp.

Afterpiece Title: The Beggar on Horseback

Performance Comment: Corney (with Who would not up to London come?)-Munden; Codger-Suett; Mrs Mummery-Mrs Davenport; Nancy-Mrs Gibbs.
Cast
Role: Corney Actor: Munden
Role: Codger Actor: Suett
Role: Mrs Mummery Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Nancy Actor: Mrs Gibbs.

Song: In course: Four and Twenty Fidlers all on a Row-Munden; The Groupe of Lovers; or, Beauty at her Levee-Munden

Entertainment: Monologue Benjamin Bolus; or, The Newcastle Apothecary-Munden; In the course of the evening: Imitations (including several new ones)-Caulfield

Event Comment: Benefit for Munden. 2nd piece: In one Act. [Taylor had previously sung in concerts at Vauxhall.] Times, 6 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Munden, No. 16, Clement's Inn. Receipts: #408 19s. 6d. (96.6.6; 9.2.6; tickets: 303.10.6)

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 Waterman

Performance Comment: Tom Tug-Taylor (1st appearance on any stage); Bundle-Powel; Robin-Munden; Mrs Bundle-Mrs Henley; Wilhelmina-Miss Wheatley.
Cast
Role: Tom Tug Actor: Taylor
Role: Bundle Actor: Powel
Role: Robin Actor: Munden
Role: Mrs Bundle Actor: Mrs Henley
Role: Wilhelmina Actor: Miss Wheatley.

Afterpiece Title: Retaliation; or, The Citizen a Soldier

Performance Comment: Old Rebate-Munden; Trueman-Whitfield; Frank-Clarke; Ezekiel Spotless-Simmons; Servant-Abbot; Praecipe-Fawcett; Amelia-Mrs Gibbs; Lucy-Mrs Mattocks.
Cast
Role: Old Rebate Actor: Munden
Role: Trueman Actor: Whitfield
Role: Frank Actor: Clarke
Role: Ezekiel Spotless Actor: Simmons
Role: Servant Actor: Abbot
Role: Praecipe Actor: Fawcett
Role: Amelia Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Song: In course: by permission of Dibdin, Old England's tree of Liberty-Taylor; a new Comic Song, Patents all the Rage-Munden

Event Comment: Benefit for Munden. 1st piece: Not acted these 12 years [acted 20 Apr. 1789]. 2nd piece: By Permission of the Proprietors of the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. Never Performed at this Theatre. With the Original Overture, Songs, Trios, Duets and Chorusses. To conclude with a Perspective Representation of a Grand Camp. Morning Chronicle, 1 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Munden, No. 16, Clement's Inn. Receipts: #565 0s. 6d. (202.9.0; 10.10.0; tickets: 352.1.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Good-natured Man

Performance Comment: Lofty-Lewis; Honeywood-Pope; Old Croaker-Munden; The Bailiff-Knight; Leontine-H. Johnston; Sir William Honeywood-Murray; Little Flannagan-Emery; Postboy-Simmons; Jarvis-Thompson; Butler-Abbot; Mrs Croaker-Mrs Mattocks; Olivia-Miss Murray; Garnet-Mrs Mills; Miss Richland-the Late Miss Betterton [i.e. now Mrs Glover].i.e. now Mrs Glover].
Cast
Role: Lofty Actor: Lewis
Role: Honeywood Actor: Pope
Role: Old Croaker Actor: Munden
Role: The Bailiff Actor: Knight
Role: Leontine Actor: H. Johnston
Role: Sir William Honeywood Actor: Murray
Role: Little Flannagan Actor: Emery
Role: Postboy Actor: Simmons
Role: Jarvis Actor: Thompson
Role: Butler Actor: Abbot
Role: Mrs Croaker Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Olivia Actor: Miss Murray
Role: Garnet Actor: Mrs Mills
Role: Miss Richland Actor: the Late Miss Betterton

Afterpiece Title: The Camp

Performance Comment: William-Incledon; Gage-Munden; O'Daub-Johnstone; Serjeant Drill-Townsend; Sir Harry Bouquet-Betterton; Monsieur Bluard-Farley; Recruits-Emery, Simmons; Nell-Mrs Chapman; Nancy (with the Manual Exercise)-Mrs Mills.
Cast
Role: William Actor: Incledon
Role: Gage Actor: Munden
Role: O'Daub Actor: Johnstone
Role: Serjeant Drill Actor: Townsend
Role: Sir Harry Bouquet Actor: Betterton
Role: Monsieur Bluard Actor: Farley
Role: Recruits Actor: Emery, Simmons
Role: Nell Actor: Mrs Chapman
Role: Nancy Actor: Mrs Mills.

Afterpiece Title: The Hermione

Cast
Role: the Author Actor: Lewis
Role: Manager Actor: Davenport
Role: Sir Toby Fuz Actor: Gardner
Role: Sir Macaroni Virtu Actor: Farley
Role: Wilson Actor: Claremont
Role: Mervin Actor: Klanert
Role: Prompter Actor: Abbot
Role: Carpenter Actor: Rees
Role: Scenemen Actor: Wilde, Whitmore
Role: Miss Fuz Actor: Mrs Mills
Role: Sweepers of the Stage Actor: Mrs Whitmore, Mrs Norton
Role: Lady Fuz Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Orpheus Actor: Hill
Role: Shepherds Actor: Linton, Denman, Whitmore, Platt, Curties, Street, Bologna, Lee, Hawtin, Blurton, Coombs, Thomas, Noble, Lewiss
Role: The Old Shepherd Actor: Simmons
Role: Rhodope Actor: Mrs Martyr.
Role: Lieutenant Actor: Incledon
Role: The Battle of La Hogue Actor: Incledon
Role: Captain Actor: Townsend
Role: Corporal Flip Actor: Emery
Role: Boatswain Actor: Farley
Role: Officer Actor: Mansel
Role: Midshipman Actor: Rees
Role: Spanish Officer Actor: Abbot
Role: French Officer Actor: Klanert
Role: Sam Swig Actor: Munden
Role: English Lady Actor: Miss Cox
Role: Ozora Actor: Miss Sims
Role: unassigned Actor: Linton, Denman.

Song: End: A Chapter of Fashions (never performed; written by T. Dibdin Jun.)-Munden; The Tight Little Lads of the Ocean (never performed; written by the Author of The Bundle of Proverbs)-Fawcett

Performance Comment: Dibdin Jun.=)-Munden; The Tight Little Lads of the Ocean (never performed; written by the Author of The Bundle of Proverbs)-Fawcett.
Event Comment: 1st piece [1st time; PREL I, by Thomas Holcroft, based on The Covent Garden Tragedy, by Henry Fielding. Larpent MS 1039; not published; synopsis of plot in Morning Herald, 16 Sept.]. "The two Queens are represented by Munden and Fawcett, who are dressed up fantastically, wearing as Crowns Models of the two Theatres" (Morning Chronicle, 16 Sept.). Covent-Garden was crowned with a triangular representation of the Piazza; Drury-Lane with her own Theatre, surmounted by Apollo" (Morning Herald, 16 Sept.). [This was Burton's 1st appearance in London; he was from the Norwich theatre. Miss Cornelys was from the Dublin theatre.] No Money to be returned. Boxes 6s. Second Price 3s. Pit 3s. 6d. Second Price 2s. Gallery 2s. Second Price 1s. Upper Gallery 1s. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Brandon at the Office in Hart-street. The Doors to be opened at 5:30. To begin at 6:30 [see 30 Oct.]. Receipts: #305 1s. 6d. (296.10.6; 8.11.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Rival Queens; Or, Drury-lane And Covent-garden

Performance Comment: Characters by Lewis, Johnstone, Munden, Fawcett, Harley, Powel, Farley, Claremont, Thompson, Mrs Fawcett. Cast from London Chronicle, 16 Sept., and Larpent MS: Tim Half@Price-Lewis; Mr O'Flannagan-Johnstone; Mr Town-Harley; Empress Drury Lane-Mr Fawcett; Queen Covent Garden-Mr Munden; Mrs Town-Mrs Fawcett; unassigned-Powel, Farley, Claremont, Thompson ; they acted the four unassigned parts in Larpent MS: Drury Lane Man, Covent Garden Man, Drury Lane Messenger, Stage Man. they acted the four unassigned parts in Larpent MS: Drury Lane Man, Covent Garden Man, Drury Lane Messenger, Stage Man.

Afterpiece Title: The Suspicious Husband

Cast
Role: Ranger Actor: Lewis
Role: Strickland Actor: Farren
Role: Bellamy Actor: Davies
Role: Jack Meggot Actor: Bernard
Role: Tester Actor: Burton
Role: Buckle Actor: Farley
Role: Ranger's Servant Actor: Cross
Role: Chairmen Actor: Rock, Ledger
Role: Frankly Actor: Holman
Role: Mrs Strickland Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Jacintha Actor: Miss Cornelys
Role: Lucetta Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Milliner Actor: Mrs Lloyd
Role: Landlady Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Clarinda Actor: Mrs Pope.

Afterpiece Title: Sprigs of Laurel

Performance Comment: Lenox-Johnstone; Nipperkin-Munden; Sinclair-Incledon; Major Tactic-Davies; Corporal Squib-Claremont; Capt. Cruizer-Powel; George Streamer-Mrs Martyr; Mary-Mrs Clendining.
Cast
Role: Lenox Actor: Johnstone
Role: Nipperkin Actor: Munden
Role: Sinclair Actor: Incledon
Role: Major Tactic Actor: Davies
Role: Corporal Squib Actor: Claremont
Role: Cruizer Actor: Powel
Role: George Streamer Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Mary Actor: Mrs Clendining.
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

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: [1st piece in place of The Prisoner at Large, advertised on playbill of 13 June. Munden was from cg.] 2nd piece: Performed here but once [on 28 Aug. 1794]

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Deaf Lover

Performance Comment: Captain Meadows-Munden (1st appearance on this stage); Old Wrongward-Waldron; Young Wrongward-Palmer Jun.; Sternhold-Usher; John-Abbot; Canteen-Trueman; Groom-Waldron Jun.; Bob-Ledger; Sophia-Miss Heard; Maid-Mrs Edward; Betsy Blossom (with a song)-Mrs Harlowe.
Cast
Role: Captain Meadows Actor: Munden
Role: Old Wrongward Actor: Waldron
Role: Young Wrongward Actor: Palmer Jun.
Role: Sternhold Actor: Usher
Role: John Actor: Abbot
Role: Canteen Actor: Trueman
Role: Groom Actor: Waldron Jun.
Role: Bob Actor: Ledger
Role: Sophia Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Maid Actor: Mrs Edward
Role: Betsy Blossom Actor: Mrs Harlowe.

Afterpiece Title: The Irishman in London

Performance Comment: Captain Seymour-Palmer Jun.; Mr Colloony-R. Palmer; Mr Frost-Munden; Murtock Delany-Johnstone; Edward-Fawcett; Cymon-Wathen; Louisa-Miss DeCamp; Caroline-Miss Heard; Cubba-Mrs Harlowe.
Cast
Role: Captain Seymour Actor: Palmer Jun.
Role: Mr Colloony Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Mr Frost Actor: Munden
Role: Murtock Delany Actor: Johnstone
Role: Edward Actor: Fawcett
Role: Cymon Actor: Wathen
Role: Louisa Actor: Miss DeCamp
Role: Caroline Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Cubba Actor: Mrs Harlowe.

Afterpiece Title: The Liar

Cast
Role: Young Wilding Actor: Palmer
Role: Old Wilding Actor: Aickin
Role: Papillion Actor: Caulfield
Role: Waiter Actor: Ledger
Role: Servants Actor: Abbot, Lyons
Role: Sir James Elliot Actor: R. Palmer
Role: Miss Godfrey Actor: Miss Heard
Role: Kitty Actor: Mrs Hale
Role: Miss Grantham Actor: Mrs Harlowe.
Event Comment: By Desire of his Excellency the Turkish Ambassador [Ismail Ferrouh Effendi]. Benefit for Mrs Martyr. [In 1st piece the playbill retains Fawcett as Trudge, but "Munden, in the absence of Fawcett, sustained the part of Trudge in a manner that gave the audience no cause to regret the change" (Morning Herald, 10 May).] Times, 25 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Mrs Martyr, No. 16, Martlett-court, Bow-street. Receipts: #425 4s. (211.6.6; 14.10.0; tickets: 199.7.6)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Inkle And Yarico

Performance Comment: As17980418, but Sir Christopher Curry (1st time)-Murray; Trudge-Munden; Narcissa-Mrs Mountain.
Cast
Role: Sir Christopher Curry Actor: Murray
Role: Trudge Actor: Munden
Role: Narcissa Actor: Mrs Mountain.
Role: Inkle Actor: Pope
Role: Campley Actor: Townsend
Role: Mate Actor: Clarke
Role: Medium Actor: Powel
Role: Wowski Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Patty Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Yarico Actor: Mrs Pope

Afterpiece Title: Forecastle Fun

Afterpiece Title: The Honest Thieves

Cast
Role: The Argument Actor: .
Role: by concealing himself in the spoils of his tent is Actor: yard of his Prison, thro' the grating of which he gives him a sleeping draught, telling him on drinking it that they will suppose him dead, and the English demand his body. He complies, but the request of the English is refused, and he lowered into the Cell where Blanche is confined--She conceives him dead--despairing, is on the point of destroying herself, when he awakes--the Page from the top of the Cell points out the means of escape, which they are accomplishing, when Joan rushes in, but appalled at the ghost-like appearance of Talbot, whom she conceived dead, permits them to glide by, but pursues them--excursions with the enemy--Joan kills Talbot's Father, and forces him to combat-disdaining the threats of a woman, he throws away his sword, acting only on the defensive--disarms her--she rushes on him, when her supernatural power failing, her sword and shield break to pieces-she snatches her banner, which takes fire--grown desperate, seizes a sword and attempts to stab him, is prevented by British soldiers who surround and vanquish her--Young Talbot at the same time killing Alenson--her life is preserved by the intercession of Blanche--the British are victorious, she rushes off, again solicits supernatural aid--is surrounded by Daemons but saved by the interposition of an Aerial Spirit--Blanche and Talbot are rendered happy, and the whole concludes with a Grand Historical Pageant
Role: appalled at the ghost Actor: like appearance of Talbot, whom she conceived dead, permits them to glide by, but pursues them--excursions with the enemy--Joan kills Talbot's Father, and forces him to combat-disdaining the threats of a woman, he throws away his sword, acting only on the defensive--disarms her--she rushes on him, when her supernatural power failing, her sword and shield break to pieces-she snatches her banner, which takes fire--grown desperate, seizes a sword and attempts to stab him, is prevented by British soldiers who surround and vanquish her--Young Talbot at the same time killing Alenson--her life is preserved by the intercession of Blanche--the British are victorious, she rushes off, again solicits supernatural aid--is surrounded by Daemons but saved by the interposition of an Aerial Spirit--Blanche and Talbot are rendered happy, and the whole concludes with a Grand Historical Pageant
Role: and forces him to combat Actor: disdaining the threats of a woman, he throws away his sword, acting only on the defensive--disarms her--she rushes on him, when her supernatural power failing, her sword and shield break to pieces-she snatches her banner, which takes fire--grown desperate, seizes a sword and attempts to stab him, is prevented by British soldiers who surround and vanquish her--Young Talbot at the same time killing Alenson--her life is preserved by the intercession of Blanche--the British are victorious, she rushes off, again solicits supernatural aid--is surrounded by Daemons but saved by the interposition of an Aerial Spirit--Blanche and Talbot are rendered happy, and the whole concludes with a Grand Historical Pageant
Role: her sword and shield break to pieces Actor: she snatches her banner, which takes fire--grown desperate, seizes a sword and attempts to stab him, is prevented by British soldiers who surround and vanquish her--Young Talbot at the same time killing Alenson--her life is preserved by the intercession of Blanche--the British are victorious, she rushes off, again solicits supernatural aid--is surrounded by Daemons but saved by the interposition of an Aerial Spirit--Blanche and Talbot are rendered happy, and the whole concludes with a Grand Historical Pageant
Role: Charles Actor: Claremont
Role: Female Choristers Actor: Mrs Blurton
Role: Young Talbot Actor: Bologna Jun.
Role: General Talbot Actor: Bologna
Role: Herald Actor: Helme
Role: Officers Actor: Blurton, Wilde, Abbot, L? Bologna
Role: Alenson Actor: Farley
Role: Cardinal Actor: Powel
Role: Abbot Actor: Thompson
Role: Nobles and Officers Actor: Dyke, Lee, Curties
Role: Joan of Arc Actor: Mrs Parker
Role: Lucifer Actor: Follett
Role: Demons Actor: Goostree, Parsloe, Letteney, Goodwin, Wilkins
Role: British Officer Actor: Incledon
Role: ] Actor: Miss Sims
Role: French and English Officers and Choristers Actor: Linton, Street, Gray
Role: Minstrel Actor: Mrs Clendining
Role: Blanche Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Grand Historical Pageant Actor: .
Role: Teague Actor: Johnstone
Role: Colonel Careless Actor: Knight
Role: Captain Manly Actor: Toms
Role: Justice Day Actor: Powel
Role: Mr Story Actor: Claremont
Role: Abel Actor: Simmons
Role: Servant Actor: Abbot
Role: Bailiffs Actor: Wilde, Hawtin
Role: Obadiah Actor: Munden
Role: Ruth Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Arabella Actor: Miss Mansel
Role: Mrs Day Actor: Mrs Davenport.

Song: In I 1st piece: Duet, as17980418; In course Evening: Black Ey'd Susan, Admiral Benbow, Old Towler-Incledon; Four and Twenty Fidlers-Munden; a new Song, Yard Arm & Yard Arm (Being a description of the memorable Engagement between the French Ship L'Hercule and the British Ship the Mars [off the Bec du Raz, 21 Apr. 1798] commanded by the late gallant Captain Alexander Hood)-Townsend; In 2nd piece: With a Jolly full Bottle-; Favorite Comic Irish Song-Johnstone; The New Mariners, as17980508; Young William-Incledon; Hearts of Oak, Rule Britannia-Incledon, Chorus

Event Comment: [Mrs Johnson was from the Park Theatre NewYork.] Afterpiece: Compressed into Two Acts. "Munden's Sir Francis Wronghead was a very pleasing display of comicality; but he should have contented himself with what was set down by the author, without introducing his own common place allusions to the fashions of the present day" (Morning Herald, 29 Sept.). Receipts: #200 17s. 6d. (195.19.6; 4.18.0)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Provok'd Husband

Performance Comment: Lord Townly-Pope; Manley-Murray; Sir Francis Wronghead-Munden; Count Basset-Clarke; Squire Richard-Knight; John Moody-Thompson; James-Abbot; Constable-Whitmore; Poundage-Rees; Lady Grace-Miss Chapman; Lady Wronghead-Mrs Davenport; Miss Jenny-Mrs Gibbs; Mytrilla-Mrs Watts; Mrs Motherly-Mrs Platt; Trusty-Mrs Litchfield; Lady Townly-Mrs Johnson (from the Theatre in America; 1st appearance on this stage). 1st appearance on this stage).
Cast
Role: Lord Townly Actor: Pope
Role: Manley Actor: Murray
Role: Sir Francis Wronghead Actor: Munden
Role: Count Basset Actor: Clarke
Role: Squire Richard Actor: Knight
Role: John Moody Actor: Thompson
Role: James Actor: Abbot
Role: Constable Actor: Whitmore
Role: Poundage Actor: Rees
Role: Lady Grace Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Lady Wronghead Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Miss Jenny Actor: Mrs Gibbs
Role: Mytrilla Actor: Mrs Watts
Role: Mrs Motherly Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Trusty Actor: Mrs Litchfield
Role: Lady Townly Actor: Mrs Johnson

Afterpiece Title: The Maid of the Mill

Performance Comment: Sir Harry Sycamore-Munden; Lord Aimworth-Clarke; Ralph-Knight; Farmer Giles-Townsend; Fairfield-Davenport; Mervin-Claremont; Fanny-Miss Sims; Lady Sycamore-Mrs Davenport; Theodosia-Mrs Follett; Patty-Miss Mitchell.
Cast
Role: Sir Harry Sycamore Actor: Munden
Role: Lord Aimworth Actor: Clarke
Role: Ralph Actor: Knight
Role: Farmer Giles Actor: Townsend
Role: Fairfield Actor: Davenport
Role: Mervin Actor: Claremont
Role: Fanny Actor: Miss Sims
Role: Lady Sycamore Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Theodosia Actor: Mrs Follett
Role: Patty Actor: Miss Mitchell.
Event Comment: [In mainpiece the playbill omits Anna, but "Mrs Rock was a wretched Anna" (Thespian Magazine, Feb. 1793, p. 195). Miss Morris is identified in European Magazine, Jan. 1793, p. 69; and see 14, 16 Nov.] Afterpiece [1st time; P 2(?), author unknown. Text (i.e. synopsis of action), For the Booksellers, 1793. Larpent MS 964 contains Songs only]: Partly New, and partly a Selection of Scenery, Machinery, Tricks, and Business, from the most approved Pantomimic Productions of Lunn, Rich, Woodward, Messink, Rosamond [i.e. Rosoman], Lalauze, &c. The Music chiefly compiled [by Thomas Goodwin] from Pepusch, Galliard, Dr Arne, Vincent, Dibdin, Dr Arnold, Fisher, the rest by Shield. The selected Scenery and Machinery re-painted, and the several new ones designed and executed by Hodgins, Pugh, Walmsley, Lupino, &c. The Dances by Byrn, who will for the first time introduce a Burlesque Pas de Russe. With new Dresses, Machinery and Decorations. Books of the Songs to be had at the Theatre. [In afterpiece the playbill lists Follett, but he "having received an injury at the morning's rehearsal, afforded that excellent actor, Munden, the opportunity of giving the Public an additional proof of the versatility of his talents: -he undertook the part of the Clown [i.e. Clodpole ], and performed it so well that he will probably be obliged to retain it" (Morning Herald, 21 Dec.). He was probably omitted from the Vocal Characters (see 21 Dec.).] Receipts: #258 10s. 6d

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Douglas

Cast
Role: Douglas Actor: Holman
Role: Lord Randolph Actor: Farren
Role: Glenalvon Actor: Harley
Role: Old Norval Actor: Pope
Role: Anna Actor: Mrs Rock
Role: Lady Randolph Actor: A Young Lady

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Museum; or, Mother Shipton Triumphant

Performance Comment: Principal Pantomimic Characters-Boyce, Munden, Farley, Macready, Hawtin, Rees, Bayzand, Mme Rossi; Principal Vocal Characters-Incledon, Munden, Fawcett, Darley, Davies, Cubitt, Gray, Linton, Miss Broadhurst, Mrs Martyr. [For assignment of parts see17921226] .For assignment of parts see17921226] .

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Robin Hood

Cast
Role: Robin Hood Actor: Bowden
Role: Little John Actor: Quick
Role: Allen o'Dale Actor: Townsend
Role: Ruttekin Actor: Bernard
Role: Fitzherbert Actor: Richardson
Role: Scarlet Actor: Davies
Role: Bowman Actor: Cubitt
Role: Edwin Actor: IncledonClorinda- Mrs Martyr
Role: IncledonClorinda Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Stella Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Annette Actor: Miss Barnett
Role: Angelina Actor: Miss Poole

Afterpiece Title: NAPLES BAY; or, The British Seamen at Anchor

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Johnstone, Bowden, Incledon, Munden, Townsend, Cubitt//Miss Poole. [Cast from Larpent MS: Michael-Johnstone; Captain Cable-Bowden; Ensign Platoon-Incledon; Quadrant-Munden; Rattling-Townsend; Legatto-Cubitt; Mr Temple-Thompson// Caroline-Miss Poole.] To open with Paisiello's Grand March. May our Navy Old England for ever protect (composed by Shield) by Incledon and Bowden. No good witbout an exception (composed by Dibdin) by Johnstone. Stamd to your Guns, my Hearts of Oak (composed by Carter) by Bowden. When on board our trim vessel (composed by Carter) by Munden. Beviamo tutti tre (composed by Giardini) by Johnstone, Incledon, Linton, &c. Italian Air, accompanied on the Harp, by Miss Poole. Water parted from the sea (composed by Dr Arne) by Incledon. God preserve his Majesty [singers not listed] . To open with Paisiello's Grand March. May our Navy Old England for ever protect (composed by Shield) by Incledon and Bowden. No good witbout an exception (composed by Dibdin) by Johnstone. Stamd to your Guns, my Hearts of Oak (composed by Carter) by Bowden. When on board our trim vessel (composed by Carter) by Munden. Beviamo tutti tre (composed by Giardini) by Johnstone, Incledon, Linton, &c. Italian Air, accompanied on the Harp, by Miss Poole. Water parted from the sea (composed by Dr Arne) by Incledon. God preserve his Majesty [singers not listed] .
Cast
Role: : Michael Actor: Johnstone
Role: Captain Cable Actor: Bowden
Role: Ensign Platoon Actor: Incledon
Role: Quadrant Actor: Munden
Role: Rattling Actor: Townsend
Role: Legatto Actor: Cubitt
Role: Mr Temple Actor: Thompson Caroline-Miss Poole.
Role: Thompson Caroline Actor: Miss Poole.

Afterpiece Title: THE FOLLIES OF A DAY

Cast
Role: Figaro Actor: Bernard
Role: Count Almaviva Actor: Lewis
Role: Antonio Actor: Quick
Role: Bazil Actor: Powel
Role: Page Actor: Mrs Martyr
Role: Countess Actor: Miss Chapman
Role: Marcelina Actor: Mrs Leicester
Role: Agnes Actor: Mrs Follett
Role: Susan Actor: Mrs Pope.
Role: Darby Actor: Munden.
Role: Tom Thumb Actor: Miss Standen
Role: Grizzle Actor: Blanchard
Role: Doodle Actor: Davies
Role: Noodle Actor: Cubitt
Role: Ghost Actor: Powel
Role: Arthur Actor: Quick
Role: Huncamunca Actor: Mrs Mountain
Role: Glumdalca Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Dollalolla Actor: Mrs Martyr.

Dance: In 2nd piece A Medley Hornpipe in Wooden Shoes by Byrn

Song: End of 1st piece Black-Eyed Susan by Incledon

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Lover's Vows

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Pope, Munden, H. Johnston, Knight, Murray, Powel, Thompson, Rees, Curties, Mrs Johnson, Mrs Davenport, Miss Leserve, Mrs H. Johnston. [Cast from text (G. G. and J. Robinson, 1798): Frederick-Pope; Verdun the Butler-Munden; Anhalt-H. Johnston; Count Cassel-Knight; Baron Wildenhaim-Murray; Cottager-Powel [in text: Davenport (see17981022)]; Landlord-Thompson; Farmer-Rees; Countryman-Curties [in text: Dyke]; Agatha Friburg-Mrs Johnson; Cottager's Wife-Mrs Davenport; Country Girl-Miss Leserve; Amelia Wildenhaim-Mrs H. Johnston; Prologue-Murray; [This was spoken, as here assigned, at the 1st 9 performances only (see17981029).] Epilogue-Munden. [This was spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances, except on 22 Nov. and on 12 June 1799.]This was spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances, except on 22 Nov. and on 12 June 1799.]
Cast
Role: Frederick Actor: Pope
Role: Verdun the Butler Actor: Munden
Role: Anhalt Actor: H. Johnston
Role: Count Cassel Actor: Knight
Role: Baron Wildenhaim Actor: Murray
Role: Cottager Actor: Powel
Role: Landlord Actor: Thompson
Role: Farmer Actor: Rees
Role: Countryman Actor: Curties
Role: Agatha Friburg Actor: Mrs Johnson
Role: Cottager's Wife Actor: Mrs Davenport
Role: Country Girl Actor: Miss Leserve
Role: Amelia Wildenhaim Actor: Mrs H. Johnston
Role: Prologue Actor: Murray
Role: Epilogue Actor: Munden.

Afterpiece Title: A Day at Rome

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Incledon, Munden, Fawcett, Townsend, Rees, Linton, Gray, Street, Abbot, Blurton, Platt, Dyke, Whitmore, Lee, Mrs Davenport, Miss Wheatley, Miss Leserve, Mrs Follett, Mrs Blurton, Mrs Watts, Mrs Martyr. Cast from text (H. D. Symonds and G. Cawthorn, 1798): Rivers-Incledon; Sir Timothy Hopkins-Munden; Pisani-Fawcett; MacRusty-Townsend; Gioachino-Abbot; Lady Hopkins-Mrs Davenport; Juliana-Miss Wheatley; Mrs Blarney-Mrs Martyr; unAssigned-Rees, Linton, Gray, Street, Blurton, Platt, Dyke, Whitmore, Lee, Miss Leserve, Mrs Follett, Mrs Blurton, Mrs Watts.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Five Thousand A Year

Performance Comment: [Principal Characters by Lewis, Pope, Munden, H. Johnston, Murray, Farley, Waddy, Simmons, Rees, Abbot, Miss Betterton, Mrs Pope, Miss Murray (1st appearance this season]), Mrs Mattocks. [Cast from text (G. G. and J. Robinson [1799]: George Fervid-Lewis; Frederick Fervid-Pope; Sir Matthew Maxim-Munden; Henry Hastings-H. Johnston; Mr Goulding-Murray; Paragraph-Farley; Truepenny-Waddy; Dick-Simmons; Officer-Rees; Servants to Sir Matthew-Abbot, Wilde; Servant to Frederick-Curties; Boy-Master Webb; Maria-Miss Betterton; Lady Julia-Mrs Pope; Aurelia-Miss Murray [in text: Mrs H. Johnston (see17990325; Lady Maxim-Mrs Mattocks; Prologue (partly Musical)-Munden; Epilogue-Mrs Mattocks.
Cast
Role: George Fervid Actor: Lewis
Role: Frederick Fervid Actor: Pope
Role: Sir Matthew Maxim Actor: Munden
Role: Henry Hastings Actor: H. Johnston
Role: Mr Goulding Actor: Murray
Role: Paragraph Actor: Farley
Role: Truepenny Actor: Waddy
Role: Dick Actor: Simmons
Role: Officer Actor: Rees
Role: Servants to Sir Matthew Actor: Abbot, Wilde
Role: Servant to Frederick Actor: Curties
Role: Boy Actor: Master Webb
Role: Maria Actor: Miss Betterton
Role: Lady Julia Actor: Mrs Pope
Role: Aurelia Actor: Miss Murray
Role: Lady Maxim Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Prologue Actor: Munden
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Afterpiece Title: Catherine and Petruchio

Performance Comment: Petruchio-Lewis; Baptista-Thompson; Hortensio-Claremont; Biondello-Farley; Taylor-Simmons; Music@Master-Rees; Grumio-Munden; Bianca-Miss Leserve; Curtis-Mrs Platt; Catherine-Mrs Mattocks.
Cast
Role: Petruchio Actor: Lewis
Role: Baptista Actor: Thompson
Role: Hortensio Actor: Claremont
Role: Biondello Actor: Farley
Role: Taylor Actor: Simmons
Role: Music@Master Actor: Rees
Role: Grumio Actor: Munden
Role: Bianca Actor: Miss Leserve
Role: Curtis Actor: Mrs Platt
Role: Catherine Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Dance: In 2nd piece: Ballet-Blurton, Mrs Watts

Song: End 1st piece: Black Ey'd Susan-Incledon

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The School For Arrogance

Performance Comment: Principal Characters by Lewis, Johnstone, Aickin, Farren, Wilson, Munden, Marshall, Thompson, Farley, Evatt, Cross, Mrs Wells, Miss Brunton, Mrs Mattocks. [Cast from text (G. G. J. and J. Robinson, 1791): Count Conolly Villars-Lewis; MacDermot-Johnstone; Mr Dorimont-Aickin; Edmund-Farren; Sir Paul Peckham-Wilson; Sir Samuel Sheepy-Munden; Picard-Marshall; Exempt-Thompson; Footmen-Farley, Evatt, Letteney, Blurton; Bailiffs-Cross, Lee; Lucy-Mrs Wells; Lydia-Miss Brunton; Lady Peckham-Mrs Mattocks; Prologue-Bernard [in the Character of a News-hawker]; Epilogue-Mrs Mattocks. [These were spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances.]These were spoken, as here assigned, at all subsequent performances.]
Cast
Role: Count Conolly Villars Actor: Lewis
Role: MacDermot Actor: Johnstone
Role: Mr Dorimont Actor: Aickin
Role: Edmund Actor: Farren
Role: Sir Paul Peckham Actor: Wilson
Role: Sir Samuel Sheepy Actor: Munden
Role: Picard Actor: Marshall
Role: Exempt Actor: Thompson
Role: Footmen Actor: Farley, Evatt, Letteney, Blurton
Role: Bailiffs Actor: Cross, Lee
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Wells
Role: Lydia Actor: Miss Brunton
Role: Lady Peckham Actor: Mrs Mattocks
Role: Prologue Actor: Bernard
Role: in the Character of a News Actor: hawker
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Mattocks.

Afterpiece Title: The Picture of Paris

Cast
Role: Lemonadier Actor: Rees
Role: Vocal Characters Actor: Rock
Role: Dancing Nymphs Actor: Mrs _Lloyd
Role: Alban Actor: Holman
Role: Captain O'Leary Actor: Johnstone
Role: Patrick Actor: Rock
Role: Catherine Actor: Mrs Webb
Role: Louisa Actor: Miss Brunton
Role: Vocal Characters Actor: Bannister, Incledon, Davies, Blanchard, Cubitt, Johnstone, Mrs Martyr, Mrs Warrell, Miss Huntley, Miss Barnet
Role: Harlequin Actor: Boyce
Role: Petit Maitre Actor: Farley
Role: Marquis Actor: W. Powel
Role: Pioneer Actor: Cranfield
Role: Dusty Gentleman Actor: Bernard
Role: Poet Actor: Marshall
Role: Shoe@Black Actor: Rees
Role: Jacobine Actor: Cross
Role: Poissards Actor: Blurton, Rayner
Role: Gardener Actor: Milburne
Role: Grotesque Actor: Follett
Role: Colombine Actor: Mrs Harlowe