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Event Comment: Mainpiece: Originally Acted before King James the First with great Applause at the University of Cambridge. [Layfield performs] at the Desire of several Persons of Quality

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Ignoramus

Cast
Role: Original Epilogue Actor: Ignoramus.

Dance: A new Italian Scaramouch-Layfield, his first on the stage; other dances-Layfield, Miss Evans

Song: Mrs Hodgson, Cook, Davis, Miss Baldwin; A comical dialogue-Short, Mrs Willis; Song in Imitation of an Old Woman-Mrs Willis

Event Comment: Three Brothers of ye Delavals play'd ye Eldest Othello, ye next Iago, ye next Cassio--+Brabantio & Lodovico Mr Pine Roderigo-Cap. Stevens and Wife Emelia $Mrs Quan did Desdemona, the performance was very decent & met with great applause the Audience from ye Boxes to the upper Gallery were fill'd with people of ye first rank & make a most brilliant appearance. & ye greatest Crowd at ye Doors I ever saw. their Agreement for ye House was a receipt of one of the Alfred Houses upon an Averidge. they had all new cloaths, & very nicely ornamented with Diamonds (Cross). [See eulogy and criticism in some detail concerning the acting, by John Hill, Inspector No 3.] All Gentlemen and Ladies who intend going in coaches this evening to Drury Lane Theatre, are desired to order their coachmen to drive thro' Covent Garden, and stop at Bridges St. Door, and as soon as they have set down the company to drive off directly towards the Strand.--Those who go in chairs, are requested to order the men to the New Door in Russel St., and to prevent the avenues being stopt up no person will be admitted to either passage without first showing their tickets at the outward door (General Advertiser). Tickets Lost. If any person has found three tickets (numbers forgot) for the private play this night at Drury Lane, and will be so kind as to bring them to the Bar of the Rainbow Coffee House, Ironmonger Lane, shall receive 15s. for the whole, or in proportion for one or two of them (General Advertiser). Tomorrow Morning at 8 o'clock will be published' (price 6d.) by Thomas Carnan, at Mr Newberry's, at the Bible and Sun in St Paul's Churchyard; An Occasional Prologue and Epilogue to Othello, as it will this night be acted at the theatre-Royal in Drury Lane, by Persons of distinction, for their diversion. Written by Christopher Smart, A.M., Fellow of Pembroke Hall in the University of Cambridge. To be had at the place above mentioned, and at the pamphlet shops at the Royal Exchange and Charing Cross. This Prologue and Epilogue will be entered in the Hall Book of the Company of Stationers, and whoever presumes to pyrate them, or any part of them, will be persecuted as the Law directs (General Advertiser). [Both pieces by Christopher Smart, according to the Daily Advertiser. See two exceedingly favorable critical comments and one derogatory reprinted in the Gentleman's Magazine, March 1751 (pp. 119-22): "The greatest part of the play was much better performed than it ever was on any stage before. In the whole, there was a face of nature that no theatrical piece, acted by common players ever came up to." Macklin was Delaval's dramatic coach, according to one of these articles.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Othello, By Gentlemen

Cast
Role: Othello Actor: Sir Francis Delaval
Role: Iago Actor: John Delaval Esq
Role: Cassio Actor: E. Delaval Esq
Role: Lodovico Actor: Sim Pine Esq
Role: Roderigo Actor: Capt. Stevens
Role: Desdemona Actor: Mrs Quarme
Role: Emelia Actor: Mrs Stevens

Performances

Mainpiece Title: A Christmas Tale

Afterpiece Title: Lethe

Cast
Role: Lord Chalkstone Actor: King
Role: Fine Gentleman Actor: Dodd
Role: Old Man Actor: Parsons
Role: Drunken Man Actor: Weston
Role: Esop Actor: J. Aickin
Role: Frenchman Actor: Baddeley
Role: Mercury Actor: Davies
Role: Fine Lady Actor: Miss Pope
Role: Bowman Actor: Lamash
Role: Charon Actor: Wrighten.

Entertainment: End: New Interlude: Weston's Return from the Universities of Parnassus-Weston

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Auction Of Pictures

Performance Comment: also an Oration in Praise of Sight-as at Edinburgh, Oxford, Cambridge, Dublin, Foreign Universities.

Music: A Piece of Musick-the Child

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Auction Of Pictures

Performance Comment: Also An Oration in Praise of Sight-as at Edinburgh, Oxford, Cambridge, Dublin and Foreign Universities.

Dance: A Dance in Character-

Event Comment: It is not certain that this performance was given by the King's Company, but because it first produced the play, it has been assigned to Drury Lane. Pepys, Diary: Tuesday January the 27th...comeing home at night (after I had carryed my Cozen Winn Houblon home from a Play (shee would if she could). [Mornamont MS II, folio 1192, Cambridge University Library.] See also Arthur Bryant, Samuel Pepys: Years of Peril (New York, 1935), p. 314

Performances

Mainpiece Title: She Would If She Could

Event Comment: The Duke's Company. Pepys, Diary: March 6 Saturday: See 2 acts of the New Play Orphan (Mornamont MS II, f. 1207, Cambridge University Library)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Orphan; Or, The Unhappy Marriage

Event Comment: Pepys attended an unnamed play. See Mornamont MS II, f. 1208 (Cambridge University Library)

Performances

Event Comment: Pepys again attended an unnamed play. See Mornamont MS II, f. 1230 (Cambridge University Library)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Omment

Event Comment: John Dryden wrote a Prologue to the University of Oxford and an Epilogue to the University of Oxford in 1674. The Prologue was apparently spoken by Hart, the Epilogue by Mrs Marshall. See also Sybil Rosenfeld, Some Notes on the Players in Oxford, 1661-1713, Review of English Studies, XIX (1943), 368

Performances

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Sophonisba; Or, Hannibal's Overthrow

Performance Comment: Edition of 1676 (imperfect edition): Hannibal-Moon; Maherbal-Wats; Bomilcar-Haris; Scipio-Kingiston; Lelius-Wintersel; Massinissa-Harte; Massina-Clarke; Sophonisba-Mrs Cosh; Rosalinda-Mrs Damport. Edition of 1681: The Prologue to the University of Oxford, Written by J. Dryden, Esquire. Hannibal-Mohun; Maherbal-Burt; Bomilcar-Wintershul; Scipio-Kynaston; Lelius-Lydall; Varro-Watson; Massinisa-Hart; Trebellius-Powell; Massina-Clark; Menander-Griffin; Sophonisba-Mrs Cox; Rosalinda-Mrs Boutell; Aglave-Mrs Nep; Cumana-Mrs Cory. Epilogue Spoken to Sophonisba at its Playing at Oxford. Downes (Roscius Anglicanus, p. 15): Hannibal-Mohun; Maherbal-Burt; Bomilcar-Wintersel; Scipio-Kynaston; Lelius-Lydall; Massinissa-Hart; Massina-Clark; Sophonisba-Mrs Cox; Rosalinda-Mrs Boutel.
Cast
Role: Hannibal Actor: Moon
Role: Maherbal Actor: Wats
Role: Bomilcar Actor: Haris
Role: Scipio Actor: Kingiston
Role: Lelius Actor: Wintersel
Role: Massinissa Actor: Harte
Role: Massina Actor: Clarke
Role: Sophonisba Actor: Mrs Cosh
Role: Rosalinda Actor: Mrs Damport. Edition of 1681: The Prologue to the University of Oxford, Written by J. Dryden, Esquire. Hannibal-Mohun
Role: Hannibal Actor: Mohun
Role: Maherbal Actor: Burt
Role: Bomilcar Actor: Wintershul
Role: Scipio Actor: Kynaston
Role: Lelius Actor: Lydall
Role: Varro Actor: Watson
Role: Massinisa Actor: Hart
Role: Trebellius Actor: Powell
Role: Massina Actor: Clark
Role: Menander Actor: Griffin
Role: Sophonisba Actor: Mrs Cox
Role: Rosalinda Actor: Mrs Boutell
Role: Aglave Actor: Mrs Nep
Role: Cumana Actor: Mrs Cory. Epilogue Spoken to Sophonisba at its Playing at Oxford. Downes
Role: Hannibal Actor: Mohun
Role: Maherbal Actor: Burt
Role: Bomilcar Actor: Wintersel
Role: Scipio Actor: Kynaston
Role: Lelius Actor: Lydall
Role: Massinissa Actor: Hart
Role: Massina Actor: Clark
Role: Sophonisba Actor: Mrs Cox
Role: Rosalinda Actor: Mrs Boutel.
Event Comment: The United Company. Newdigate newsletters, 20 Jan. 1682@3: Yesterday was acted at the Theatre Royall the first of a new play Entituled the City Politiques the novelty of wch drew a Confluence of Spectators under both Qualifications of Whigg and Tory to hear and behold a Ld Mayor Sheriffs & some Aldermen with their wives in yr usuall formalityes buffoond & Reviled a great Lawyer with his young Lady Jeared and Intreagued Dr Oates pfectly represented berogued & beslaved the papist plott Egregiously Rediculed the Irish Testemonyes Contradictiorily disproved & befoold the Whiggs totally vanquished & undon Law & property men oreruld & there wanted nothing of Artifice in behaviour and discourse to render all those obnoxious & dispised in fine such a medly of occurences intervened that twas a question whether more of Loyalty designe or Rhetorique prvailed but there were mighty clappings among the poeple of both partyes in Expressing either their sattisfaction or displeasure (Wilson, Theatre Notes from the Newdigate Newsletters, p. 81). The Prologue and Epilogue, separately Printed, have 20 Jan. 1682@3 as Luttrell's date of acquisition (Huntington Library) and are reprinted in Wiley's Rare Prologues and Epilogues, pp. 166-69. John Dennis, To Mr --- In which are some Passages of the Life of Mr John Crown, Author of Sir Courtly Nice, June 23, 1719: About that time he writ The City Politicks, on purpose to Satyrize and expose the Whigs; a Comedy so agreeable, that it deserv'd to be writ in a much better Cause: But after he had writ he met with very great Difficulties in the getting it acted. Bennet Lord Arlington, who was then Lord Chamberlain of the King's Houshold, and who had secretly espous'd the Whigs, who were at that time powerful in Parliament, in order to support himself against the Favour and Power of the Lord Treasurer Danby, who was his declared Enemy, us'd all his Authority to suppress it. One While it was prohibited on the account of its being Dangerous, another while it was laid aside on the pretence of its being Falt and Insipid; till Mr Crown at last was forc'd to have Recourse to the king himself, and to engage him to give his absolute Command to the Lord Chamberlain for the acting of it; which Command the King was Pleas'd to give in his own Person (I, 49-50). Morrice Entry Book, Vol.1 1682@3: Mr Crowne [was cudgled on Wednesday last in St Martin's Lane and] hee that beat him said hee did it at the suite of the Earle of Rochester some time since deceased who greatly abused in the play for his penetency &c. (p. 353. I owe this note to the courtesy of Professor David M. Vieth of the University of Kansas and Professor G. H. Jones of Kansas State University)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The City Politiques

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Fool's Preferment; Or, The Three Dukes Of Dunstable

Performance Comment: A New Prologue, to introduce the Reading of that-Mr Betterton to the University of Oxford, in which are some Reflections on the Judgments of the Town; a new Epilogue-in answer to it.
Event Comment: This year was printed, The Usefulness of Dramatic Interludes in the education of youth, an Oration spoken before the masters and scholars of the University of Basil, by Mr Werenfels, Translated from the Latin by Mr Duncombe. A 27-page pamphlet pleading for the revival of amateur drama in that University, on grounds of its beneficial moral influence. This month was printed An Essay upon Acting,-Gentlemen's Magazine, Register of Books

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Alchemist

Cast
Role: Abel Drugger Actor: Garrick.
Role: Subtle Actor: Mills
Role: Face Actor: Cross
Role: Sir Epicure Actor: Berry
Role: Lovewit Actor: Turbutt
Role: Ananias Actor: Morgan
Role: Tribulation Actor: Taswell
Role: Surly Actor: Havard
Role: Dapper Actor: Green
Role: Kastril Actor: Neale
Role: Dame Pliant Actor: Miss Bennet
Role: Doll Common Actor: Mrs Cross

Dance: II: As17431013; IV: Italian Masquerade, as17431126

Event Comment: On Sunday Charles, Duke of Cambridge, the son of the Duke of York, died. On 7 May 1661, Francis Newport wrote to Sir Richard Leveson: The Duke of Cambridge dyed on Sunday in the afternoon and was buryed yesternight without any solemnity, noe mourning in the Court for him (HMC, Sutherland MSS, 5th Report, Appendix, 1876, p. 151). If the theatres were closed because of this death, the closure was for not more than ten days

Performances

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry The Vth; Or, The Conquest Of France By The English

Performance Comment: Edition of 1723 lists: King Henry-Booth; Dauphin-Wilks; King of France-Thurmond; Princess Catherine-Mrs Oldfield; Harriet-Mrs Thurmond; Charlot-Mrs Campbell; Duke of Exeter-Mills; Duke of York-Cory; Lord Scroop-Williams; Duke of Bourbon-Bridgwater; Duke of Orleans-Watson; Earl of Cambridge-Mills Jr; Sir Thomas Grey-Oates; French Officer-Roberts; Prologue-Wilks; Epilogue-Mrs Oldfield.
Cast
Role: King Henry Actor: Booth
Role: Dauphin Actor: Wilks
Role: King of France Actor: Thurmond
Role: Princess Catherine Actor: Mrs Oldfield
Role: Harriet Actor: Mrs Thurmond
Role: Charlot Actor: Mrs Campbell
Role: Duke of Exeter Actor: Mills
Role: Duke of York Actor: Cory
Role: Lord Scroop Actor: Williams
Role: Duke of Bourbon Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Duke of Orleans Actor: Watson
Role: Earl of Cambridge Actor: Mills Jr
Role: Sir Thomas Grey Actor: Oates
Role: French Officer Actor: Roberts
Role: Prologue Actor: Wilks
Role: Epilogue Actor: Mrs Oldfield.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry The Fifth; Or, The Conquest Of France By The English

Performance Comment: King Henry-Johnson; Dauphin-Giffard; King of France-W. Giffard; Bourbon-Richardson; Orleans-Woodward; Exeter-Rosco; York-Lyon; Scroop-Havard; Cambridge-Hamilton; Sir Thomas-Ray; Princess Catherine-Mrs Giffard; Harriet-Mrs Roberts; Charlotte-Miss Tollett. With a New Prologue, addressed to the City .
Cast
Role: King Henry Actor: Johnson
Role: Dauphin Actor: Giffard
Role: King of France Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Bourbon Actor: Richardson
Role: Orleans Actor: Woodward
Role: Exeter Actor: Rosco
Role: York Actor: Lyon
Role: Scroop Actor: Havard
Role: Cambridge Actor: Hamilton
Role: Sir Thomas Actor: Ray
Role: Princess Catherine Actor: Mrs Giffard
Role: Harriet Actor: Mrs Roberts
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Tollett. With a New Prologue, addressed to the City

Afterpiece Title: Pat1e and Peggy; or, The Fair Foundling

Cast
Role: Patie Actor: Kelly
Role: Roger Actor: Woodward
Role: Peggy Actor: Mrs Roberts
Role: Jenny Actor: Miss Gerrard

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry The Fifth; With The Memorable Battle Of Agincourt

Performance Comment: King-Delane; Canterbury-Chapman; Exeter-Stephens; Gloucester-Ridout; Bedford-A. Ryan; Westmoreland-Aston; Cambridge-Haughton; Grey-Stevens; Scroop-Arthur; Gower-Hale; Fluellin-Hippisley; Pistol-James; MacMorris-Neale; Jamy-Lyon; Williams-Rosco; Bates-Mullart; Nym-Stoppelaer; Bardolph-W. Hallam; Page-Miss Ferguson; Hostess-Mrs Mullart; King of France-Johnson; Dauphin-Hallam; Burgundy-Walker; Constable-Bridgwater; Isabel-Mrs James; Catherine-Mrs Ware; Chorus-Ryan.
Cast
Role: King Actor: Delane
Role: Canterbury Actor: Chapman
Role: Exeter Actor: Stephens
Role: Gloucester Actor: Ridout
Role: Bedford Actor: A. Ryan
Role: Westmoreland Actor: Aston
Role: Cambridge Actor: Haughton
Role: Grey Actor: Stevens
Role: Scroop Actor: Arthur
Role: Gower Actor: Hale
Role: Fluellin Actor: Hippisley
Role: Pistol Actor: James
Role: MacMorris Actor: Neale
Role: Jamy Actor: Lyon
Role: Williams Actor: Rosco
Role: Bates Actor: Mullart
Role: Nym Actor: Stoppelaer
Role: Bardolph Actor: W. Hallam
Role: Page Actor: Miss Ferguson
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Mullart
Role: King of France Actor: Johnson
Role: Dauphin Actor: Hallam
Role: Burgundy Actor: Walker
Role: Constable Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Isabel Actor: Mrs James
Role: Catherine Actor: Mrs Ware
Role: Chorus Actor: Ryan.

Afterpiece Title: The Royal Chace

Cast
Role: Pierrot Actor: Lalauze.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry The Fifth

Performance Comment: King Henry-Delane; Canterbury-Chapman; Fluellin-Hippisley; Pistol-James; King of France-Johnson; Dauphin-Hallam; Burgundy-Walker; Constable of France-Bridgwater; Queen Isabel-Mrs James; Catherine-Mrs Ware; Exeter-Stephens; Glocester-Hill; Bedford-A. Ryan; Westmoreland-Roberts; Cambridge-Anderson; Scroop-Arthur; Gray-Stevens; Gower-Hale; Macmorris-Neale; Williams-Rosco; Bates-Mullart; Nym-Stoppelaer; Bardolph-W. Hallam; Page-Miss Ferguson; Hostess-Mrs Mullart.
Cast
Role: King Henry Actor: Delane
Role: Canterbury Actor: Chapman
Role: Fluellin Actor: Hippisley
Role: Pistol Actor: James
Role: King of France Actor: Johnson
Role: Dauphin Actor: Hallam
Role: Burgundy Actor: Walker
Role: Constable of France Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Queen Isabel Actor: Mrs James
Role: Catherine Actor: Mrs Ware
Role: Exeter Actor: Stephens
Role: Glocester Actor: Hill
Role: Bedford Actor: A. Ryan
Role: Westmoreland Actor: Roberts
Role: Cambridge Actor: Anderson
Role: Scroop Actor: Arthur
Role: Gray Actor: Stevens
Role: Gower Actor: Hale
Role: Macmorris Actor: Neale
Role: Williams Actor: Rosco
Role: Bates Actor: Mullart
Role: Nym Actor: Stoppelaer
Role: Bardolph Actor: W. Hallam
Role: Page Actor: Miss Ferguson
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Mullart.

Afterpiece Title: The Dragon of Wantley

Cast
Role: More Actor: Salway
Role: Mauxalinda and Margerinia Actor: Two Misses Young
Role: Gubbins Actor: Laguerre
Role: Dragon Actor: Reinhold.

Dance: SSerious Dance-Villeneuve, Miss Oates; Scots Dance-Glover, Mlle Roland

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry The Fifth; With The Memorable Battle Of Agincourt

Performance Comment: King Henry-Delane; Fluellin-Hippisley; King of France-Johnson; Dauphin-Hallam; Burgundy-Harrington; Constable of France-Bridgwater; Queen Isabella-Mrs James; Catherine-Mrs Ware; Exeter-Stephens; Glocester-Clarke; Bedford-A. Ryan; Westmoreland-Roberts; Cambridge-Anderson; Scroop-Arthur; Gray-Gibson; Gkwer-Hale; Macmorris-Neale; Williams-Rosco; Bates-Mullart; Nym-Stoppelaer; Bardohph-Oates; Page-Miss Ferguson; Hostess-Mrs Mullart; Pistol-Cibber Mr Ryan being very hoarse, we are obliged to omit the Chorus.
Cast
Role: King Henry Actor: Delane
Role: Fluellin Actor: Hippisley
Role: King of France Actor: Johnson
Role: Dauphin Actor: Hallam
Role: Burgundy Actor: Harrington
Role: Constable of France Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Queen Isabella Actor: Mrs James
Role: Catherine Actor: Mrs Ware
Role: Exeter Actor: Stephens
Role: Glocester Actor: Clarke
Role: Bedford Actor: A. Ryan
Role: Westmoreland Actor: Roberts
Role: Cambridge Actor: Anderson
Role: Scroop Actor: Arthur
Role: Gray Actor: Gibson
Role: Gkwer Actor: Hale
Role: Macmorris Actor: Neale
Role: Williams Actor: Rosco
Role: Bates Actor: Mullart
Role: Nym Actor: Stoppelaer
Role: Bardohph Actor: Oates
Role: Page Actor: Miss Ferguson
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Mullart
Role: Pistol Actor: Cibber Mr Ryan being very hoarse, we are obliged to omit the Chorus.

Afterpiece Title: The Mock Doctor

Cast
Role: Harry Actor: Hale.
Role: Doctor Actor: Cibber
Role: Jasper Actor: Arthur
Role: Leander Actor: Salway
Role: James Actor: Anderson
Role: Welsh Davy Actor: Hippisley
Role: Hellebore Actor: Roberts
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Brunette
Role: Dorcas Actor: Miss Burgess.

Dance: II: Tambourine-French Girl; III: Miller and His Wife-French Boy and Girl; V: Grecian Sailors-Glover

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Second Part Of King Henry The Fourth; With The Humours Of Sir John Falstaff, Justice Shallow, Ancient Pistol

Performance Comment: Falstaff-Berry; King-Delane; Justice Shallow-Cibber Sen.; Prince of Wales-Mills; Duke of Lancaster-Havard; Bishop of York-Turbutt; Canterbury-Woodburn; Chief@Justice-Bridges; Hastings-Blakes; Gower-Usher; Silence-Neale; Pistol-Yates; Poins-W. Giffard; Bardolph-Ray; Scroop-Arthur; Westmorland-Winstone; Cambridge-Taswell; Gray-Dunstall; Hostess-Mrs Cross; Doll Tearsheet-Mrs Bennet.
Cast
Role: Falstaff Actor: Berry
Role: King Actor: Delane
Role: Justice Shallow Actor: Cibber Sen.
Role: Prince of Wales Actor: Mills
Role: Duke of Lancaster Actor: Havard
Role: Bishop of York Actor: Turbutt
Role: Canterbury Actor: Woodburn
Role: Chief@Justice Actor: Bridges
Role: Hastings Actor: Blakes
Role: Gower Actor: Usher
Role: Silence Actor: Neale
Role: Pistol Actor: Yates
Role: Poins Actor: W. Giffard
Role: Bardolph Actor: Ray
Role: Scroop Actor: Arthur
Role: Westmorland Actor: Winstone
Role: Cambridge Actor: Taswell
Role: Gray Actor: Dunstall
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Doll Tearsheet Actor: Mrs Bennet.

Afterpiece Title: Columbine Courtezan

Cast
Role: Italian Masquerade Actor: .
Role: Harlequin Actor: Yates
Role: The Petit Maitre Actor: Blakes
Role: Pierot Actor: Liviez
Role: Colombine Actor: Mrs Mann
Role: Concluding with a New Dance Actor: Muilment.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry V

Performance Comment: Henry V-Barry; Archbishop of Canterbury-Delane; Exeter-Berry; Fluellin-Macklin; Pistol-Yates; Gloster-Usher; Bedford-Marr; Westmoreland-Simpson; Gower-Bransby; Salisbury-Burton; King of France-Mills; Dauphin-Havard; Constable-Sparks; Burgundy-Blakes; Mountjoy-Lee; Bp. Ely-Winstone; Cambridge-Raftor; Scroop-Mozeen; Grey-Ray; Governor of Harfleur-Taswell; Macmorris-Barrington; Jamy-Neale; Nym-Arthur; Bardolph-I. Sparks; Boy-Miss Yates; Queen Isabel-Mrs Bennet; Katherine-Mrs Green; the Prologue, Chorus-Garrick.
Cast
Role: Henry V Actor: Barry
Role: Archbishop of Canterbury Actor: Delane
Role: Exeter Actor: Berry
Role: Fluellin Actor: Macklin
Role: Pistol Actor: Yates
Role: Gloster Actor: Usher
Role: Bedford Actor: Marr
Role: Westmoreland Actor: Simpson
Role: Gower Actor: Bransby
Role: Salisbury Actor: Burton
Role: King of France Actor: Mills
Role: Dauphin Actor: Havard
Role: Constable Actor: Sparks
Role: Burgundy Actor: Blakes
Role: Mountjoy Actor: Lee
Role: Ely Actor: Winstone
Role: Cambridge Actor: Raftor
Role: Scroop Actor: Mozeen
Role: Grey Actor: Ray
Role: Governor of Harfleur Actor: Taswell
Role: Macmorris Actor: Barrington
Role: Jamy Actor: Neale
Role: Nym Actor: Arthur
Role: Bardolph Actor: I. Sparks
Role: Boy Actor: Miss Yates
Role: Queen Isabel Actor: Mrs Bennet
Role: Katherine Actor: Mrs Green
Role: Chorus Actor: Garrick.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry V

Performance Comment: King Henry-Barry; Exeter-Ridout; Canterbury-Sparks; Salisbury-Bencraft; Westmorland-Elrington; Bp. of Ely-Bransby; Cambridge-Anderson; Scroop-Cushing; Grey-Redman; France-Gibson; Dauphin-Usher; Burgandy-Lacy; Constable-Bridgwater; Montjoy-Baker; Queen of France-Mrs Bambridge; Catherine-Miss Haughton; Fluellin-Macklin; Macmorris-Barrington; Jamy-Dunstall; Bardolph-Marten; Nym-Stoppelaer; Page-Miss Morrison; Hostess-Mrs Macklin; Pistol-Dyer.
Cast
Role: King Henry Actor: Barry
Role: Exeter Actor: Ridout
Role: Canterbury Actor: Sparks
Role: Salisbury Actor: Bencraft
Role: Westmorland Actor: Elrington
Role: of Ely Actor: Bransby
Role: Cambridge Actor: Anderson
Role: Scroop Actor: Cushing
Role: Grey Actor: Redman
Role: France Actor: Gibson
Role: Dauphin Actor: Usher
Role: Burgandy Actor: Lacy
Role: Constable Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Montjoy Actor: Baker
Role: Queen of France Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Catherine Actor: Miss Haughton
Role: Fluellin Actor: Macklin
Role: Macmorris Actor: Barrington
Role: Jamy Actor: Dunstall
Role: Bardolph Actor: Marten
Role: Nym Actor: Stoppelaer
Role: Page Actor: Miss Morrison
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Macklin
Role: Pistol Actor: Dyer.

Afterpiece Title: Apollo and Daphne; or, The Burgomaster Trick'd

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry V

Performance Comment: As17501129, but Williams-Bransby; Gower-Anderson; Chorus-Ryan; Bp. of Ely-_; Cambridge-_.
Cast
Role: Williams Actor: Bransby
Role: Gower Actor: Anderson
Role: Chorus Actor: Ryan
Role: King Henry Actor: Barry
Role: Exeter Actor: Ridout
Role: Canterbury Actor: Sparks
Role: Salisbury Actor: Bencraft
Role: Westmorland Actor: Elrington
Role: of Ely Actor: Bransby
Role: Cambridge Actor: Anderson
Role: Scroop Actor: Cushing
Role: Grey Actor: Redman
Role: France Actor: Gibson
Role: Dauphin Actor: Usher
Role: Burgandy Actor: Lacy
Role: Constable Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Montjoy Actor: Baker
Role: Queen of France Actor: Mrs Bambridge
Role: Catherine Actor: Miss Haughton
Role: Fluellin Actor: Macklin
Role: Macmorris Actor: Barrington
Role: Jamy Actor: Dunstall
Role: Bardolph Actor: Marten
Role: Nym Actor: Stoppelaer
Role: Page Actor: Miss Morrison
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Macklin
Role: Pistol Actor: Dyer.

Afterpiece Title: Apollo and Daphne

Performances

Mainpiece Title: King Henry V

Performance Comment: As17591228, but Gower-Anderson; Scroop-R. Smith; Williams-Barrington; Burgundy-Bennet; Dauphin-Davis; Bardolph-Marten; Isabel-Mrs Stephens; Earl of Cambridge-Wignell; Gray-Redman; Jemmy-Dunstall; Nym-Costollo; Chorus-_.
Cast
Role: Gower Actor: Anderson
Role: Scroop Actor: R. Smith
Role: Williams Actor: Barrington
Role: Burgundy Actor: Bennet
Role: Dauphin Actor: Davis
Role: Bardolph Actor: Marten
Role: Isabel Actor: Mrs Stephens
Role: Earl of Cambridge Actor: Wignell
Role: Gray Actor: Redman
Role: Jemmy Actor: Dunstall
Role: Nym Actor: Costollo
Role: King Henry Actor: Smith
Role: Exeter Actor: Ridout
Role: Fluellin Actor: Shuter
Role: Canterbury Actor: Sparks
Role: Pistol Actor: Dyer
Role: King of France Actor: Gibson
Role: Constable Actor: Clarke
Role: Hostess Actor: Mrs Pitt
Role: Catherine Actor: Mrs Dyer
Role: Chorus Actor: Ryan.

Afterpiece Title: A Duke and no Duke

Cast
Role: Duke Actor: Perry
Role: Trappolin Actor: Shuter.

Dance: II: The Drunken Peasant-Miles; Clown-Bennet; III: The Fingalian Dance, as17591102; End: The Lamp Lighters, as17600318