SELECT * FROM london_stages WHERE MATCH('(@(authnameclean,perftitleclean,commentcclean,commentpclean) "Richard Tickell"/1) | (@(roleclean,performerclean) "Richard Tickell")') GROUP BY eventid ORDER BY weight() desc, eventdate asc OPTION field_weights=(perftitleclean=100, commentpclean=75, commentcclean=75, roleclean=100, performerclean=100, authnameclean=100), ranker=sph04

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Event Comment: King Richard the Third, and also Moggy and Jemmy [both advertised on playbill of 17 Jan.], are obliged to be deferred. Receipts: #124 6s. 6d. (70.7.0; 52.6.0; 1.13.6)


Mainpiece Title: The Country Girl

Afterpiece Title: The Prize

Event Comment: By Permission of the Lord Chamberlain. Benefit for the large Infant Orphan Family of a Man of Fashion [Sir Richard Perrott]. The mother of these helpless, unprotected infants, in contemplating the benevolence of a humane Public, throws herself with implicit confidence on the commiserating patronage of those who are ever ready to afford it for the relief of suffering innocence. Tickets to be had of Lady Perrott, No. 28, Spring-street, Portman-square [and see 18 Sept. 1797]


Mainpiece Title: The Provok'd Husband

Event Comment: Benefit for Wild, prompter. 2nd piece [1st time: M. INT 1]. 3rd piece: As it was originally performed upwards of 50 nights in the Year 1789. Being a Selection of favorite Scenes form the following celebrated Pantomimes: Harlequin Sorcerer, Mother Shipton, Choice of Harlequin, Druids, Friar Bacon, Harlequin Freemason, Omai, Magic Cavern, and Harlequin Rambler. The machinery of the Peacock by Sloper. With the original Scenery painted by Lambert, Dall, Carver, Hodgins and Richards. The Music selected from Dr Arne, Dr Arnold, Dr Fisher, M.? Arne, Vincent, Dibdin and Shield. Morning Chronicle, 4 May: Tickets to be had of Wild, No. 46, Drury-lane. Receipts: #399 19s. 6d. (205.18.0; 16.4.6; tickets: 177.17.0)


Mainpiece Title: Inkle And Yarico

Afterpiece Title: An Egeirophadron

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin's Chaplet

Dance: II: Negro Dance-Bologna Jun., Platt, King

Song: End I: Black Ey'd Susan-Incledon

Event Comment: [Mainpiece in place of King Richard the Third, advertised on playbill of 28 Sept.] Receipts: #274 17s. (177.3; 97.6; 0.8)


Mainpiece Title: As You Like It

Afterpiece Title: High Life below Stairs

Dance: II afterpiece: Mock Minuet-Palmer, Miss Pope

Song: In V: song-Mrs Bland

Event Comment: Afterpiece [1st time; CO 2, by Thomas Knight]: With new Music, new Scenes and Dresses. The Music composed by Mazzinghi and Reeve. The Scenes painted by Richards and Phillips. Books of the Songs to be had in the Theatre. Account-Book, 5 Feb. 1800: Paid Knight for Turnpike Gate #125; Reeve and Mazzinghi for music in same #50. Morning Chronicle, 29 Nov. 1799: This day is published The Turnpike Gate (1s. 6d.). Receipts: #288 17s. (281.2.6; 7.14.6)


Mainpiece Title: The Fair Penitent

Afterpiece Title: The Turnpike Gate

Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; C 5, by Thomas Morton; with incidental music by John Moorehead. Prologue by William Thomas Fitzgerald; Epilogue by Miles Peter Andrews (see text)]: With New Scenes [by Richards (Universal Magazine, Feb. 1800, p. 157)] and new Dresses. Morning Chronicle, 8 July 1800: This day is published Speed the Plough (2s.). Receipts: #256 7s. (253.4.6; 3.2.6)


Mainpiece Title: Speed The Plough

Afterpiece Title: Rosina

Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time; C 5, by Prince Hoare. Prologue by Richard Cumberland; Epilogue by John Taylor (see text)]. Receipts: #220 16s. 6d. (163.9.0; 56.6.6; 1.1.0)


Mainpiece Title: Indiscretion

Afterpiece Title: The Liar

Song: [not listed on playbill.]In: I rise with the morn-Mrs Jordan; IV: a Glee-Dignum, Trueman, Danby (Dramatic Censor, II, 169, 171)