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Event Comment: [Miss Humphries, who was from the Private Theatre, Tottenham Court Road, is identified by MS annotation on Kemble playbill. In afterpiece the playbill retains Barrymore as Sir Rowland, and Bannister Jun. as Walter, but "The Public are respectfully informed that Bannister being suddenly afflicted with a Hoarseness, and Barrymore having met with an unfortunate Accident, are both rendered incapable of the honour of appearing before them this Evening. To prevent a disappointment of The Children in the Wood Dowton will perform...Walter, and C. Kemble Sir Rowland, presuming humbly upon the usual kind indulgence experienced upon such emergencies" (printed slip attached to Kemble playbill).] Receipts: #259 18s. (160.0.6; 98.12.6; 1.5.0)


Mainpiece Title: The Heiress

Afterpiece Title: The Children in the Wood

Entertainment: Entertainment. Not listed on playbill (see17971016). Morning Herald, 16 Oct.: A representation of the late engagement with the Dutch-; was unexpectedly given after the play. It was followed by some fire@works-, in which was a star, ending after various mutations in a sun, emblematic of British Glory!

Event Comment: By Permission of the Lord Chamberlain. Benefit for The Choral Fund, instituted for the Relief of their decayed Members, their Widows, and Orphans. Conductor-Dr Arnold. Leader of the Band-Barthelemon. Organ-Smart Jun. Principal Instrumental Performers-Lindley, Harrington, Holmes, Smart and Sons, Betts, Hyde, Lyon and Son, Boyce, Kauntze, French, Oliver, Dickenson, Manessier, Piercy, King, Brandi, Cubit and Son, Hoffman, Charlton, Gillingham, Buckinger, Nerborn, Wilcox, Mawby, Purryer, Barrett, Windsor, Jackson, Forrett, Fenny, Flack and Son, Dressler, Zwingman, &c. Double Drums-Jenkins; The Chorus will be selected, and assisted by the Young Gentlemen of the Westminster Choir. Boxes 5s. Pit 3s. 1st Gallery 2s. 2nd Gallery 1s. The Doors to be opened at 6:00. To begin precisely at 7:00. A Subscription of One Guinea will entitle the Subscriber to Five Box Tickets. Tickets to be had at the principal Music Shops, and of the Secretary, J. Vale, Old Bethlem, Bishopsgate. Tickets and Places for the Boxes to be had of Rice, at the Theatre


Mainpiece Title: The Messiah

Music: In course: solo on the violin, of his own composition-Barthelemon

Event Comment: Account-Book: Tickets delivered by Calkin, Edmonds, Gorman, Gooding, Humphries, Henderson, Jacobs, Marks, Massingham Jun., Perry, Ross, Scott, Waterer will be admitted. Receipts: #40 7s. (18.11.0; 19.11.6; 2.4.6; tickets: none listed)


Mainpiece Title: First Love

Afterpiece Title: The Prize

Event Comment: By Permission of the Lord Chamberlain. Benefit for $Palmer Jun.


Mainpiece Title: The Chapter Of Accidents

Afterpiece Title: Two Strings to Your Bow

Entertainment: Imitations of Mrs Siddons in Isabella-Mrs Sumbel; Imitations of Mrs Jordan, Mrs Crawford and Mrs Martyr-Mrs Sumbel

Event Comment: [Account-Book: Tickets delivered by Appleby, Bennett, Butler, Calkin, Dale Jun., Fosbrook, Gooding, Henderson, Humphries, Jacobs, Marks, Powell, Perry, Gaudry, Phillimore, Ryder, Scott, Tice, Williams, Wooldridge will be admitted.] Receipts: #58 10s. 6d. (28.15.6; 18.2.6; 0.0.0; odd money: 11.12.6; tickets: none listed)


Mainpiece Title: The Castle-spectre

Afterpiece Title: High Life below Stairs

Dance: As17980920


Mainpiece Title: Douglas

Afterpiece Title: Lovers' Quarrels

Afterpiece Title: The Deserter of Naples

Performance Comment: Henry (the Deserter)-H. Johnston; [Simpkin-$Bologna Jun. (see18000527)] Louisa's Father-Lewiss; Jailer-Hawtin; Country Lads-Platt, Blurton, Wilde, L. Bologna, Curties, Lee; Skirmish-Delpini; Jenny-Mrs Mills (1st appearance in that character); Louisa's Mother-Mrs Whitmore; Lasses-Ms Watts, Ms Follett, Ms Bologna, Ms Cox, Ms L. Bologna, Ms Norton, Ms Carne; Louisa-Mrs H. Johnston (1st appearance in that character).
Role: Simpkin Actor: Bologna Jun.

Entertainment: Vaudeville In course Evening: an entire New Song, The Seaman's Lamentation for the Loss of the Royal Charlotte (The Words by G. S. Carey, and composed by Mazzinghi)-Incledon; Dancing-Mr and Master Michell (from the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh; 1st appearance)