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Event Comment: Benefit Pinkeman. Common Prices. All Persons that come behind the Scenes are desired to pay their Money to none but Mr Pinkeman. [This benefit had originally been advertised for 24 Oct. but deferred, the offerings for that day being a medley of The Death of King Henry VI, a Tragical Interlude of one Act only; Aesop, "several select Scenes" only; and The School-Boy; or, The Comical Rivals.


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

Performance Comment: Don Cholerick-Pinkeman; Don Dismallo-Cibber; And a new cunning Epilogue to the Town,-Pinkeman.

Entertainment: Several pretty Entertainments-

Event Comment: Benefit Pinkeman


Mainpiece Title: The Stratagem

Performance Comment: As17080217, but Sir Charles-_; Lady Bountiful-Mrs Powell; Cherry-Mrs Bicknell; A New Epilogue upon an Ass-Pinkeman written by Estcourt.
Event Comment: Benefit Pinkeman


Mainpiece Title: Tunbridge Walks

Performance Comment: See17030127, but add to conclude all, a Joking Epilogue-Will Pinkeman.

Music: A piece of Instrumental Musick- to be perform'd on the Stage

Song: Mr Laroon, Mrs Hughs; particularly a Two/part Song-Mr Laroon, Mrs Hughs compos'd by the late Mr Henry Purcell

Song: Country Farmer's Daughter, Highland Lilt-the Devonshire Girl; The Whip of Dunbyn-Claxton; a new Entry-Mrs Campion, others; A Scotch Dance-Mrs Bicknell; a new Scaramouch Man and Scaramouch Woman-Laferry, Mrs Lucas


Mainpiece Title: The Old Mode And The New; Or, Country Miss With Her Fourbeloe

Performance Comment: Ediiton of 1703 lists: Sir Fumbler Oldmode-Johnson; Frederick-Wilks; Will Queenlove-Mills; M de Pistole-Bowen; Tom Pistole-Cibber; Misterious Maggothead-Pinkeman; Major Bombard-Cross; Captain Crimp-Boyse; Abram-Bullock; Combwig-Fairbank; Lady Oldmode-Mrs Moor; Lucia-Mrs Oldfield; Gatty-Mrs Moor; Probleme-Mrs Knight; Prologue-Pinkeman; Epilogue-Mrs Moor.
Role: Sir Fumbler Oldmode Actor: Johnson
Role: Frederick Actor: Wilks
Role: Will Queenlove Actor: Mills
Role: M de Pistole Actor: Bowen
Role: Tom Pistole Actor: Cibber
Role: Misterious Maggothead Actor: Pinkeman
Role: Major Bombard Actor: Cross
Role: Captain Crimp Actor: Boyse
Role: Abram Actor: Bullock
Role: Combwig Actor: Fairbank
Role: Lady Oldmode Actor: Mrs Moor
Role: Lucia Actor: Mrs Oldfield
Role: Gatty Actor: Mrs Moor
Role: Probleme Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Prologue Actor: Pinkeman
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Moor.


Mainpiece Title: Secret Love; Or, The Maiden Queen

Performance Comment: Celadon-Wilks; a new Prologue-Pinkeman representing a French Officer (in the Service of the Elector of Bavaria) just before the Engagement at Donawert; and an Epilogue-Pinkeman personating the same Officer after the Battle.




Mainpiece Title: The Lancashire Witches

Performance Comment: Young Hartford-Pinkeman; A Comical Epilogue riding on an Ass-Pinkeman.

Dance: Miller's Dance-Pinkeman


Mainpiece Title: The Comical History Of Don Quixote, The Third Part; With The Marriage Of Mary The Buxome

Performance Comment: Edition of 1696: Prologue-[Enter Mr Horden, [After eight lines] Miss Cross [enters; Epilogue-Mary the Buxome; Don Quixote-Powell; Sancho-Newth; Basilius-Horden; Camacho-Bullock; Jaques-Pinkeman; Carrasco-Verbrugen; Gines de Passamonte-Lee; Puppets (design'd to be Acted by)-Children; Carter to the Lyon-Smeaton; Quitteria-Mrs Finch; Dulcinea del Toboso-Smeaton; Teresa-Mrs Powell; Mary the Buxome-Mrs Verbruggen; Altisidora-Mrs Cross.
Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mary the Buxome
Role: Don Quixote Actor: Powell
Role: Sancho Actor: Newth
Role: Basilius Actor: Horden
Role: Camacho Actor: Bullock
Role: Jaques Actor: Pinkeman
Role: Carrasco Actor: Verbrugen
Role: Gines de Passamonte Actor: Lee
Role: Puppets Actor: Children
Role: Carter to the Lyon Actor: Smeaton
Role: Quitteria Actor: Mrs Finch
Role: Dulcinea del Toboso Actor: Smeaton
Role: Teresa Actor: Mrs Powell
Role: Mary the Buxome Actor: Mrs Verbruggen
Role: Altisidora Actor: Mrs Cross.


Mainpiece Title: Pausanius, The Betrayer Of His Country

Performance Comment: Edition of 1696: Prologue-Mr Horden; Epilogue-Mrs Verbruggen; Pausanius-Verbruggen; Aquilius-Powell; Artabazus-Cibber; Polaemon-Pinkeman; Lysander-Horden; Anchilthea-Mrs Rogers; Pandora-Mrs Knight; Demetria-Mrs Verbruggen; Maukine-Mrs Lucas.
Role: Prologue Actor: Mr Horden
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Verbruggen
Role: Pausanius Actor: Verbruggen
Role: Aquilius Actor: Powell
Role: Artabazus Actor: Cibber
Role: Polaemon Actor: Pinkeman
Role: Lysander Actor: Horden
Role: Anchilthea Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Pandora Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Demetria Actor: Mrs Verbruggen
Role: Maukine Actor: Mrs Lucas.


Mainpiece Title: The Sham Lawyer; Or, The Lucky Extravagant

Performance Comment: Edition of 1697: Prologue-; Epilogue-Spade; Careless-Cibber; Friendly-Harland; Serj. Wrangle-Bullock; Homily-Johnson; Spade-Hains; Famine-Pinkeman; Olympia-Mrs Knight; Florella-Mrs Rogers; Mrs Vernish-Mrs Powel.
Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor: Spade
Role: Careless Actor: Cibber
Role: Friendly Actor: Harland
Role: Wrangle Actor: Bullock
Role: Homily Actor: Johnson
Role: Spade Actor: Hains
Role: Famine Actor: Pinkeman
Role: Olympia Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Florella Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Mrs Vernish Actor: Mrs Powel.


Mainpiece Title: The Bath; Or, The Western Lass

Performance Comment: Edition of 1701 lists: Lord Lovechace-Griffin; Sir Oliver Oldgame-Norris; Sir Carolus Codshead-Johnson; Collonel Philip-Mills; Charles-Pinkiman; Harry-Bullock; Crab-Cibber; Lydia-Mrs Knight; Sophronia-Mrs Rogers; Delia-Mrs Kent; Gillian-Mrs Verbruggen; Combrush-Mrs Moor; Dearnwell-Mrs Stephens; Sisse-Mrs Baker; Prologue-Cibber; Epilogue, being a Satyr upon May-Fair,-Pinkeman.
Role: Lord Lovechace Actor: Griffin
Role: Sir Oliver Oldgame Actor: Norris
Role: Sir Carolus Codshead Actor: Johnson
Role: Collonel Philip Actor: Mills
Role: Charles Actor: Pinkiman
Role: Harry Actor: Bullock
Role: Crab Actor: Cibber
Role: Lydia Actor: Mrs Knight
Role: Sophronia Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Delia Actor: Mrs Kent
Role: Gillian Actor: Mrs Verbruggen
Role: Combrush Actor: Mrs Moor
Role: Dearnwell Actor: Mrs Stephens
Role: Sisse Actor: Mrs Baker
Role: Prologue Actor: Cibber
Role: being a Satyr upon May Actor: Fair,-Pinkeman.
Role: Fair, Actor: Pinkeman.


Mainpiece Title: Oroonoko

Performance Comment: A Comical Epilogue-Pinkeman.
Role: A Comical Epilogue Actor: Pinkeman.

Song: Mrs Campion

Dance: Mrs Campion


Mainpiece Title: The Lying Lover; Or, The Lady's Friendship

Performance Comment: Edition of 1704 lists: Old Bookwit-Griffin; Young Bookwit-Wilks; Lovemore-Mills; Frederick-Toms; Latine-Cibber; Storm-Pinkeman; Charcoal-Bullock; Penelope-Mrs Rogers; Victoria-Mrs Oldfield; Betty-Mrs Cox; Lettice-Mrs Lucas; Prologue-; Epilogue-.
Role: Old Bookwit Actor: Griffin
Role: Young Bookwit Actor: Wilks
Role: Lovemore Actor: Mills
Role: Frederick Actor: Toms
Role: Latine Actor: Cibber
Role: Storm Actor: Pinkeman
Role: Charcoal Actor: Bullock
Role: Penelope Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Victoria Actor: Mrs Oldfield
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Cox
Role: Lettice Actor: Mrs Lucas
Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor: .


Mainpiece Title: Concert

Afterpiece Title: Squire Trelooby

Performance Comment: Edition of 1704 lists: Squire Trelooby-Dogget; Tradewell-Johnson; Julia-Mrs Bracegirdle; Nerina-Mrs Prince; Lovewell-Betterton; Wimble-Cibber; Physician-Pinkeman; Rhubarb-Pack; Prologue written by Garth-; Epilogue-Mrs Bracegirdle.
Role: Squire Trelooby Actor: Dogget
Role: Tradewell Actor: Johnson
Role: Julia Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle
Role: Nerina Actor: Mrs Prince
Role: Lovewell Actor: Betterton
Role: Wimble Actor: Cibber
Role: Physician Actor: Pinkeman
Role: Rhubarb Actor: Pack
Role: Garth Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Bracegirdle.

Dance: l'Abbe, duRuel, Cherrier, Mrs Elford, Mrs Champion, Mrs Mayers, others


Mainpiece Title: Farewell Folly; Or, The Younger The Wiser

Performance Comment: Edition of 1707 lists: Old Mr Holdfast-Estcourt; Young Holdfast-Wilks; Richly-Fairbank; Townly-Mills; Mimick-Cibber; Sharp-Pinkeman; Digger-Norris; Squire Lubbard-Bullock; Salathiel-Cross; Shab-Kent; Mariana-Mrs Oldfield; Jenny-Mrs Lucas; Isabella-Mrs Smith; Mrs Lodgem-Mrs Powell.
Role: Old Mr Holdfast Actor: Estcourt
Role: Young Holdfast Actor: Wilks
Role: Richly Actor: Fairbank
Role: Townly Actor: Mills
Role: Mimick Actor: Cibber
Role: Sharp Actor: Pinkeman
Role: Digger Actor: Norris
Role: Squire Lubbard Actor: Bullock
Role: Salathiel Actor: Cross
Role: Shab Actor: Kent
Role: Mariana Actor: Mrs Oldfield
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Lucas
Role: Isabella Actor: Mrs Smith
Role: Mrs Lodgem Actor: Mrs Powell.


Mainpiece Title: The Quacks; Or, Love's The Physician

Performance Comment: edition of 1705 lists: Sir Patient Careful-Norris; Clitander-Mills; Doctor Medley-Bullock; Caudle-Cross; Tickle Pulse-Pinkeman; Novice-Bickerstaff; Refugee-Cibber; Rhubarb-Fairbank; Freckle-Keen; Harry-Estcourt; Lysette-Mrs Moor; Lucinda-Mrs Temple; Doris-Mrs Powel; Nurse-Carnaby; Prologue-; Epilogue-Mills.
Role: Sir Patient Careful Actor: Norris
Role: Clitander Actor: Mills
Role: Doctor Medley Actor: Bullock
Role: Caudle Actor: Cross
Role: Tickle Pulse Actor: Pinkeman
Role: Novice Actor: Bickerstaff
Role: Refugee Actor: Cibber
Role: Rhubarb Actor: Fairbank
Role: Freckle Actor: Keen
Role: Harry Actor: Estcourt
Role: Lysette Actor: Mrs Moor
Role: Lucinda Actor: Mrs Temple
Role: Doris Actor: Mrs Powel
Role: Nurse Actor: Carnaby
Role: Prologue Actor:
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mills.


Mainpiece Title: The Royal Merchant; Or, Beggar's Bush

Performance Comment: Merchant-Wilks; The edition of ca. 1706 lists also: Woolfort-Williams; Gerrard-Keen; Hubert-Mills; Hemskirk-Bickerstaff; Vandunck-Bullock; Merchants-Carnaby, Phillips, Kent, Toms; Higgen-Estcourt; Prig-Norris; Snap-Kent; Ferret-Fairbank; Ginks-Tom. Wright; Boors-Sherman, Harris, Cross; Jaculine-Mrs Cox; Bertha-Mrs Rogers; Epilogue-Pinkeman mounted on an ass; a long wig on the ass's head. a long wig on the ass's head.
Role: Merchant Actor: Wilks
Role: Woolfort Actor: Williams
Role: Gerrard Actor: Keen
Role: Hubert Actor: Mills
Role: Hemskirk Actor: Bickerstaff
Role: Vandunck Actor: Bullock
Role: Merchants Actor: Carnaby, Phillips, Kent, Toms
Role: Higgen Actor: Estcourt
Role: Prig Actor: Norris
Role: Snap Actor: Kent
Role: Ferret Actor: Fairbank
Role: Ginks Actor: Tom. Wright
Role: Boors Actor: Sherman, Harris, Cross
Role: Jaculine Actor: Mrs Cox
Role: Bertha Actor: Mrs Rogers
Role: Epilogue Actor: Pinkeman mounted on an ass

Song: As17050428

Dance: As17041124


Mainpiece Title: The Tender Husband

Performance Comment: See17050423 but Humphrey Gubbin-Pinkeman.

Song: Singing in Italian and English-; particularly a Trumpet Song-Mrs Tofts

Dance: In and between the Acts


Mainpiece Title: The Man's Bewitch'd; Or, The Devil To Do About Her

Performance Comment: Edition of 1710 lists: Sir Jeffrey Constant-Bowman; Captain Constant-Mills; Lovely-Husband; Faithful-Wilks; Sir David Watchum-Johnson; Trusty-Estcourt; Num-Dogget; Slouch-Cross; Clinch-Pinkeman; Roger-Bullock; Manage-Cibber; Coachman-Harris; Belinda-Mrs Oldfield; Laura-Mrs Cross; Maria-Mrs Porter; Dorothy-Mrs Saunders; Lucy-Mrs Bicknell; Prologue-Wilks; Epilogue by Cibber-Mrs Oldfield.
Role: Sir Jeffrey Constant Actor: Bowman
Role: Captain Constant Actor: Mills
Role: Lovely Actor: Husband
Role: Faithful Actor: Wilks
Role: Sir David Watchum Actor: Johnson
Role: Trusty Actor: Estcourt
Role: Num Actor: Dogget
Role: Slouch Actor: Cross
Role: Clinch Actor: Pinkeman
Role: Roger Actor: Bullock
Role: Manage Actor: Cibber
Role: Coachman Actor: Harris
Role: Belinda Actor: Mrs Oldfield
Role: Laura Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Maria Actor: Mrs Porter
Role: Dorothy Actor: Mrs Saunders
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Bicknell
Role: Prologue Actor: Wilks
Role: Cibber Actor: Mrs Oldfield.

Entertainment: Higgins


Mainpiece Title: Oroonoko

Performance Comment: A New Vacation Epilogue-Mr Pinkeman.

Music: New Musick set to Flutes ; and to be perform'd-Mr Banister, Mr Banister's Son; and some of Mr Weldon's new Songs- perform'd in his last Consort

Dance: Mrs Campion; Vaulting on the Horse-


Mainpiece Title: Bury Fair

Performance Comment: Vacation Epilogue-Mr Pinkeman [as17020707.as17020707.

Music: The last New Entertainment compos'd for Flutes on the Stage,-Mr Bannister, Mr Bannister's Son

Song: Mrs Lyndsey



Mainpiece Title: The Funeral

Performance Comment: And a comical Epilogue-Mr Pinkeman.

Music: Several New Sonatas-the Famous Gasperini; particularly one for a Violin and Flute compos'd by Gasperini-; but the Flute part-Mr Paisible

Song: Leveridge, Mrs Campion

Dance: Tollet's Ground-Weaver, Mrs Lucas; a dance-Laferry, Mrs Bicknell


Mainpiece Title: The Miser

Performance Comment: Timothy Squeeze-Bullock; a comical joking Epilogue on an Ass-Will Pinkeman.

Dance: duRuel; Miller's Dance-Pinkeman

Entertainment: And performing these several Performances, first an Organ with three Voices, then the Double Curtel, the Flute, the Bells, the Huntsman, the Horn, Pack of Dogs, all with his Mouth-Mr Clinch of Barnet; and an old Woman of Fourscore Years of Age nursing her Grand/Child all which he does open on the Stage-Mr Clinch; Next performing several Mimick Entertainments on the Ladder, first he stands on the top-round with a Bottle in one hand, and a Glass in the other, and drinks a Health; then plays several Tunes on the Violin, with fifteen other surprizing Performances which no man but himself can do-a Gentleman

Event Comment: At Pinkeman's Booth in Brookfield Market-Place at the East Corner of Hyde Park, to be kept for the space of Sixteen Days, The Booth is easily known by the Picture of the Elephant and Mr Pinkeman sitting in State on his back on the outside of the Booth


Mainpiece Title: Entertainments

Role: viz Actor:
Role: led upon the Stage by six Blacks Actor: .
Event Comment: Benefit Pinkeman. At 5:30 p.m., by reason of the length of the Entertainment


Mainpiece Title: Oroonoko

Music: As17030419 with an entertainment composed by Keller-

Dance: DuRuel, Mrs Campion

Entertainment: Vaulting. Vault on the manag'd Horse, where he lyes with his Body extended on one Hand in which posture he drinks several Glasses of Wine with the other, and from that throws himself a Sommerset over the Horses Head, to Admiration-Evans lately arrived from Vienna


Mainpiece Title: The Cheats Of Scapin

Afterpiece Title: The Comical Rivals; or, The School Boy

Music: As17030423

Dance: The Devonshire Girl, being now upon her Return to the City of Exeter, will perform three several Dances, particularly her last New Entry in Imitation of Mademoiselle Subligni, Whip of Dunboyn by Mr Claxton, her Master-The Devonshire Girl; ...And at the desire of several Persons of Quality (hearing that Mr Pinkeman hath hired the two famous French Girls lately arriv'd from the Emperor's Court), They will perform several Dances on the Rope upon the Stage, being improv'd to that Degree, far exceeding all others in that Art.-two famous French Girls; Newest Humours of Harlequin , as perform'd by him before the Grand Signior at Constantinople-father of two famous French Girls; Also the Famous Mr Evans, lately arriv'd from Vienna, will shew you Wonders of another kind, Vaulting on the Manag'd Horse, being the greatest Master of that kind in the World-Mr Evans

Performance Comment: ..And at the desire of several Persons of Quality (hearing that Mr Pinkeman hath hired the two famous French Girls lately arriv'd from the Emperor's Court), They will perform several Dances on the Rope upon the Stage, being improv'd to that Degree, far exceeding all others in that Art.-two famous French Girls; Newest Humours of Harlequin , as perform'd by him before the Grand Signior at Constantinople-father of two famous French Girls; Also the Famous Mr Evans, lately arriv'd from Vienna, will shew you Wonders of another kind, Vaulting on the Manag'd Horse, being the greatest Master of that kind in the World-Mr Evans.