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Event Comment: By Authority of the Lord Chamberlain. Benefit for Walker. Afterpiece [1st time; F 2]: by a Gentleman from Edinburgh [unidentified. Larpent MS 433; not published. Authors of Prologues unknown. Mrs Moss is identified on playbill of 22 Apr. 1777]. Boxes 5s. Pit 3s. 1st Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery 1s. The Doors to be opened at 5:00. To begin at 6:00. Tickets to be had of Walker, No. 4, New Round-court, Strand; of McIntosh, the King's Head, near Marybone-street; at the St. Andrew, Wapping; at the Mount-street Coffee-house, Grosvenor-square

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Gentle Shepherd

Performance Comment: Sir William-A Gentleman [unidentified]; Patie-McDonald; Roger-Burnat; Symon-Middlemist; Glaud (with the Cries of Edinburgh)-Boyack; Bauldy-Walker; Peggy-The Lady who performed it with universal Applause last February [Mrs Moss]; Jenny-Miss Ross; Madge, Elspa-Mr Wilson; Mause-Mr Hamilton; New Prologue-Walker.
Cast
Role: Sir William Actor: A Gentleman
Role: Patie Actor: McDonald
Role: Roger Actor: Burnat
Role: Symon Actor: Middlemist
Role: Glaud Actor: Boyack
Role: Bauldy Actor: Walker
Role: Peggy Actor: The Lady who performed it with universal Applause last February
Role: Jenny Actor: Miss Ross
Role: Elspa Actor: Mr Wilson
Role: Mause Actor: Mr Hamilton
Role: New Prologue Actor: Walker.

Afterpiece Title: The Prejudice of Fashion

Performance Comment: Colonel Ancient-Walker; Medium-Phillimore; O'Cargo-Brodrick; with a song-Brodrick; Marmoset-Benson; Whisk-Jackson; Jonathan-Lloyd; Carbuncle-Boyack; Lady Ancient-Mrs Sparkes; Lucinda-Miss Essex; Prologue-Lloyd.
Cast
Role: Colonel Ancient Actor: Walker
Role: Medium Actor: Phillimore
Role: O'Cargo Actor: Brodrick
Role: with a song Actor: Brodrick
Role: Marmoset Actor: Benson
Role: Whisk Actor: Jackson
Role: Jonathan Actor: Lloyd
Role: Carbuncle Actor: Boyack
Role: Lady Ancient Actor: Mrs Sparkes
Role: Lucinda Actor: Miss Essex
Role: Prologue Actor: Lloyd.

Song: End: The Birks of Invermay-the Lady who performs Peggy

Event Comment: By Authority of the Lord Chamberlain. Benefit for Stewart and Walker. Mainpiece [1st time; PAST 5]: Done into English, from the Original of Allan Ramsay, by Cornelius Vanderstop, Esq. As it has long been the Desire of the Nobility and Gentry to have this celebrated Piece performed in English, the Gentleman who has undertaken this ardent Task hopes it will give Satisfaction to the Public in general. [Text 1st published For the Author, 1777.] Afterpiece [1st time; F 2, by James Stewart. Authors of Prologues unknown.]. The Doors to be opened at 5:00. To begin at 6:00. No Persons whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes, nor any Money returned after the Curtain is drawn up. Ladies are desired to send their Servants by Five to keep Places. Tickets to be had at the Edinburgh Coffee-house and Jamaica Coffee-house, Cornhill; the St. Andrew, Wapping; and of Walker, No. 4, New Round Court, Strand

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Gentle Shepherd

Performance Comment: Sir William-West; Patie-Dowson; Roger-Walker; Symon-Morrison; Glaud-Massey; Bauldy-Stewart; Peggy-Miss Hale; Madge-Mr Jackson; Mause-Mr Joyce; Jdnny-Miss Russell; New Occasional Prologue-Walker.
Cast
Role: Sir William Actor: West
Role: Patie Actor: Dowson
Role: Roger Actor: Walker
Role: Symon Actor: Morrison
Role: Glaud Actor: Massey
Role: Bauldy Actor: Stewart
Role: Peggy Actor: Miss Hale
Role: Madge Actor: Mr Jackson
Role: Mause Actor: Mr Joyce
Role: Jdnny Actor: Miss Russell
Role: New Occasional Prologue Actor: Walker.

Afterpiece Title: The Students; or The Humours of St

Performance Comment: Andrews. Principal Parts-Walker, Stewart, Shepherd, Alfred, A Young Gentleman (1st appearance on any stage [unidentified]), Miss Russell, Miss Hale; Prologue-Stewart. [Text (For the Author, 1779) lists the parts: Byron, Frederick, Freeport, Graspall, Andrew, Macdowell, Drover, Henpeck, Emily, Harriot, Mrs Macdowell.]Text (For the Author, 1779) lists the parts: Byron, Frederick, Freeport, Graspall, Andrew, Macdowell, Drover, Henpeck, Emily, Harriot, Mrs Macdowell.]
Event Comment: Benefit Walker. [Probably the afterpiece is Hippisley's Sequel.] Receipts: money #49 4s.; tickets #53 2s. [For a poem, To Mr Walker, upon his Choice of Alexander the Great, for his Benefit, see Grub St. Journal, 6 April.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Rival Queens; Or, The Death Of Alexander The Great

Performance Comment: Alexander-Walker; Clytus-Quin; Lysimachus-Ryan; Cassander-Hulett; Hephestion-Milward; Thesalus-Chapman; Roxana-Mrs Hallam; Statira-Mrs Bullock; Parisatis-Mrs Templer; Sysigambis-Mrs Cantrell.
Cast
Role: Alexander Actor: Walker
Role: Clytus Actor: Quin
Role: Lysimachus Actor: Ryan
Role: Cassander Actor: Hulett
Role: Hephestion Actor: Milward
Role: Thesalus Actor: Chapman
Role: Roxana Actor: Mrs Hallam
Role: Statira Actor: Mrs Bullock
Role: Parisatis Actor: Mrs Templer
Role: Sysigambis Actor: Mrs Cantrell.

Afterpiece Title: The Sequel to the Opera of Flora; or, Hob's Wedding

Dance: NNumidian-Glover, Miss LaTour; Highlander and his Mistress-Salle, Mrs Legar; Afterpiece: Proper dances by Nivelon-Nivelon, Mrs Laguerre, others

Event Comment: Benefit Walker. Afterpiece: Not acted these Twenty Years. [Tickets at Walker's, in Bedford Court.] Receipts: money #42 16s.; tickets #81 5s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Abra Mule; Or, Love And Empire

Performance Comment: Abra Mule-Mrs Buchanan; Solyman-Walker; Pyrrhus-Ryan; Mahomet-Stephens; Kister Aga-Aston; Mursa-Bridgwater .
Cast
Role: Abra Mule Actor: Mrs Buchanan
Role: Solyman Actor: Walker
Role: Pyrrhus Actor: Ryan
Role: Mahomet Actor: Stephens
Role: Kister Aga Actor: Aston
Role: Mursa Actor: Bridgwater

Afterpiece Title: A City Ramble; or, The Humours of the Compter

Cast
Role: . Hardhead Actor: Hippisley
Role: Sir Humphrey Actor: Mullart
Role: Ezekiel Prim Actor: Bridgwater
Role: Abraham Actor: Paget
Role: Gentlemen Actor: Ridout, A. Ryan
Role: Constables Actor: M. Stoppelaer, Boaman
Role: Mordecai Actor: James
Role: Watchmen Actor: Houghton, Littleton
Role: Rachel Actor: Mrs Mullart
Role: Women Actor: Bencraft, Smith, Mrs Browne
Role: Newswoman Actor: W. Hallam
Role: Toby Twang Actor: Chapman
Role: Strip Actor: Clarke
Role: Skin'em Actor: Todd
Role: Bounce Actor: Jones

Music: Handel's Water Musick

Dance: Clown by Nivelon. French Peasants by Lalauze and Mlle D'Hervigni. Sailors (from Orestes), as17360302

Song: A Mock Italian Song by E. Roberts

Event Comment: Benefit Walker. By Particular Desire. [Tickets at Walker's, Gay's Head in the Strand.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Beggar's Opera

Performance Comment: As17400412 but Macheath-Walker; Lockit-Turbutt.
Cast
Role: Macheath Actor: Walker
Role: Lockit Actor: Turbutt.
Role: Polly Actor: Mrs Clive
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Pritchard
Role: Peachum Actor: Macklin
Role: Mat Actor: Ray
Role: Filch Actor: Raftor
Role: Mrs Peachum Actor: Mrs Marshall
Role: Diana Actor: Mrs Macklin.

Afterpiece Title: The Tragedy of Tragedies

Dance: I: La Tambourine-Mlle Chateauneuf; II: Two Pierots-Lalauze, Liviez; In III: Hornpipe-Yates

Music: End Afterpiece: Preamble on Kettle Drums-Master Ferg; with Handel's Water Musick-

Event Comment: Benefit for Walker. Charges #67 3s. 6d. [Profit to Walker #19 14s. 6d. plus #43 13s. from tickets (Box 66; Pit 143; Gallery 57).] (Account Book). Receipts: #86 18s. (Account Book)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Julius Caesar; With The Deaths Of Brutus And Cassius

Performance Comment: Brutus-Walker; Cassius-Smith; Antony-Hull; Caesar-Clarke; Caska-Gibson; Cinna-Gardner; Lepidus-Buck; Metellus Cimber-Cushing; Ligarius-Holtom; Octavius-DuBellamy; Trebonius-Perry; Decius Brutus-Davis; Plebians-Barrington, Dunstall, Morgan; Calphurnia-Mrs Vincent; Portia-Mrs Bellamy.
Cast
Role: Brutus Actor: Walker
Role: Cassius Actor: Smith
Role: Antony Actor: Hull
Role: Caesar Actor: Clarke
Role: Caska Actor: Gibson
Role: Cinna Actor: Gardner
Role: Lepidus Actor: Buck
Role: Metellus Cimber Actor: Cushing
Role: Ligarius Actor: Holtom
Role: Octavius Actor: DuBellamy
Role: Trebonius Actor: Perry
Role: Decius Brutus Actor: Davis
Role: Plebians Actor: Barrington, Dunstall, Morgan
Role: Calphurnia Actor: Mrs Vincent
Role: Portia Actor: Mrs Bellamy.

Afterpiece Title: The Apprentice

Cast
Role: Gargle Actor: Murden.
Role: Apprentice Actor: Woodward
Role: Wingate Actor: Dunstall
Role: Simon Actor: Cushing
Role: Charlotte Actor: Mrs Evans.

Dance: End: The Female Archer, as17661215

Event Comment: By Authority. Benefit for Walker. To begin at 6 pm

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Gentle Shepherd

Performance Comment: Sir William-Boyack; Patie-Aiken; Roger-Walker; Bauldy-Ramsay; Peggy-Miss M'Lane; Jenny-Mrs Johnston; New prologue-Walker.
Cast
Role: Sir William Actor: Boyack
Role: Patie Actor: Aiken
Role: Roger Actor: Walker
Role: Bauldy Actor: Ramsay
Role: Peggy Actor: Miss M'Lane
Role: Jenny Actor: Mrs Johnston
Role: New prologue Actor: Walker.

Afterpiece Title: The Apprentice

Cast
Role: Dick Actor: Young Gentleman, first appearance
Role: Wingate Actor: Jackson
Role: Gargle Actor: Smith
Role: Charlotte Actor: Miss Ward
Role: New Epilogue Actor: .

Dance: Between the Acts: Dancing-

Entertainment: CCries of Edinburgh, with a new Scotch Cantata-Boyack

Event Comment: Benefit for Jones, Walker, Mrs Simson and Mrs Cross. Paid tallow chandler's 9th Bill #34 12s. 9d. (Treasurer's Book). [The pantomime charges of #10 10s. were deducted by order of the managers according to a marginal note in the Treasurer's Book, so actual charges were only #64 4s.] Receipts: #175 14s. 6d. Charges: #74 14s. Profits to Jones, Walker, Mrs Simson and Mrs Cross: #100 6d. (Treasurer's Book)

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Hypocrite

Cast
Role: Maw@Worm Actor: Jones, first time.
Role: Dr Cantwell Actor: Moody
Role: Sir John Lambert Actor: Packer
Role: Darnly Actor: Reddish
Role: Seyward Actor: Cautherly
Role: Lambert Actor: Jefferson
Role: Lady Lambert Actor: Miss Ambrose
Role: Old Lady Lambert Actor: Mrs Bradshaw
Role: Charlotte Actor: Mrs Abington.

Afterpiece Title: The Elopement

Performance Comment: As17730508, but Hornpipe-Walker.

Ballet: II: The Drunken Peasant. As17730517, but Drunken Peasant-Phillips

Cast
Role: Drunken Peasant Actor: Phillips.
Role: Clown Actor: Wright.
Event Comment: By Permission of the Lord Chamberlain, for one night only. A Scots Musical-Pastoral Comedy. Not acted this season. Benefit Walker and Stewart. [The Hartrys from Theatre Royal, Edingburgh.

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Gentle Shepherd; Or, Patie And Roger

Performance Comment: Patie-M'Donald; Roger-Stewart; Symon-Middlemist; Glaud (with the Cries of Edinburgh)-Boyack; Bauldy-Walker; Sir William-Hartry; Peggy-Mrs Hartry (with additional song); Madge-Wilson; Mause-Hamilton; Jenny-A Gentlewoman; New Occasional Prologue-Walker.
Cast
Role: Patie Actor: M'Donald
Role: Roger Actor: Stewart
Role: Symon Actor: Middlemist
Role: Glaud Actor: Boyack
Role: Bauldy Actor: Walker
Role: Sir William Actor: Hartry
Role: Peggy Actor: Mrs Hartry
Role: Madge Actor: Wilson
Role: Mause Actor: Hamilton
Role: Jenny Actor: A Gentlewoman
Role: New Occasional Prologue Actor: Walker.

Entertainment: End I: Song-Hartry; II: Tarewoo-M'Donald; III: Hornpipe-; End: A burlesque Tinker's Travels-Hartry

Event Comment: By Permission of the Lord Chamberlain. Benefit for Walker and Stewart. [Author of Prologue unknown.] Afterpiece [1st time; F 2, by Thomas Stewart. Larpent MS 926; not published]. Boxes 5s. Pit 3s. 1st Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery 1s. The Doors to be opened at 5:00. To begin at 6:30

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Gentle Shepherd; Or, Patie And Roger

Performance Comment: Sir William-Webster; Patie-Brown [from the Theatre Royal in Edinburgh]; Roger (with the song of There's my Thumb, I'll ne'er beguile ye)-Stewart; Symon-Middlemist; Glaud-Riddle; Bauldy-Walker; Madge-Mr Wilson; Mause-Mr Rainsford; Jenny-Miss Ramsey; Peggy-A Young Lady [unidentified]; New Prologue-Walker.
Cast
Role: Sir William Actor: Webster
Role: Patie Actor: Brown
Role: Roger Actor: Stewart
Role: Symon Actor: Middlemist
Role: Glaud Actor: Riddle
Role: Bauldy Actor: Walker
Role: Madge Actor: Mr Wilson
Role: Mause Actor: Mr Rainsford
Role: Jenny Actor: Miss Ramsey
Role: Peggy Actor: A Young Lady
Role: New Prologue Actor: Walker.

Afterpiece Title: The Double Amour

Music: With an entire new Scotch Overture-, composed by JonasBlewitt; End: songs-Mrs Bayley; between the Acts of the Farce: songs-Mrs Bayley, composed by JonasBlewitt

Event Comment: Benefit for Walker. Mainpiece: Not acted these 30 years [not acted since 4 Oct. 1722], wrote by Mrs Ccntlivre. Afterpiece: Never performed there. The doors to be opened at 5:30. To begin at 6:30. Ladies are requested to send their servants by five o'clock to keep places. Tickets to be had of Walker, the Globe, Pall-mall

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Artifice

Performance Comment: Sir John Freeman-Brinsley; Fainwell-Fitzgerald (from the Theatre-Royal, Dublin); Young Freeman-Venables; Tally-Atkinson; Sam-Powell; Sir Phillip Moneylovc-Kenny; Watchit-Walker; Mrs Watchit-Mrs Johnson; Olivia-Mrs Child; Louisa-Miss Hurst; Judith-Mr Pressley; Lucy-Mrs Painter; Widow Heedless-Mrs Lefevre .
Cast
Role: Sir John Freeman Actor: Brinsley
Role: Fainwell Actor: Fitzgerald
Role: from the Theatre Actor:
Role: Young Freeman Actor: Venables
Role: Tally Actor: Atkinson
Role: Sam Actor: Powell
Role: Sir Phillip Moneylovc Actor: Kenny
Role: Watchit Actor: Walker
Role: Mrs Watchit Actor: Mrs Johnson
Role: Olivia Actor: Mrs Child
Role: Louisa Actor: Miss Hurst
Role: Judith Actor: Mr Pressley
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Painter
Role: Widow Heedless Actor: Mrs Lefevre

Afterpiece Title: The Ghost

Cast
Role: Sir Jeffrey Constant Actor: A Young Gentleman
Role: Captain Constant Actor: Robson
Role: Trusty Actor: Jones
Role: Clinch Actor: Smith
Role: Roger Actor: Pressley
Role: Belinda Actor: Miss Ball
Role: Dorothy Actor: Mrs Lefevre

Song: End of mainpiece Auld Robin Gray by Miss Lyon

Event Comment: By Authority of the Lord Chamberlain. Benefit for Stewart. Mainpiece: In its original state, as it was written by Allen Ramsay, in 1724 [recte 1725]. Afterpiece [1st time; F 2 (?)]: Taken [probably by the author] from The Students [by James Stewart. MS not in Larpent; not published]. Boxes 5s. Pit 3s. 1st Gallery 2s. Upper Gallery 1s. 'Tis hoped that none of Stewart's friends will expect to be admitted behind the scenes, as the audience will, and not without great reason, be much displeased at any such proceedings, nor will it upon any pretence whatever be complied with. No money returned after the curtain is drawn up. Ladies are requested to send their servants by Five to keep places. Tickets to be had at Walker's, the Globe, Pall-mall; the Edinburgh and Jamaica Coffee-houses, Cornhill; the St. Andrew, Wapping; of Denham, bookseller, No. 366, Hermitage Bridge, Wapping; at the Bouncing B Printing Office, Ratcliff Highway; at Stewart's china shop, No. 201, Ratcliff Highway, and at the Theatre, where places for the boxes may be taken

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Gentle Shepherd; Or, Patie And Roger

Performance Comment: Sir William-Alfred; Patie-M'Donald; Roger-Stewart; Symon-Middlemist; Glaud-Shaw; Bauldy-Walker; Madge-Mr Wilson; Mause-Mr Blair; Jenny-Miss Ramsey; Peggy-Miss Hemet (1st appearance in that character). New Occasional Prologue spoken by Walker .
Cast
Role: Sir William Actor: Alfred
Role: Patie Actor: M'Donald
Role: Roger Actor: Stewart
Role: Symon Actor: Middlemist
Role: Glaud Actor: Shaw
Role: Bauldy Actor: Walker
Role: Madge Actor: Mr Wilson
Role: Mause Actor: Mr Blair
Role: Jenny Actor: Miss Ramsey
Role: Peggy Actor: Miss Hemet

Afterpiece Title: The Exciseman Trick'd

Dance: End of Act III of mainpiece a new composed Reel, and Hornpipe by Master Holland, pupil to Holloway

Song: Hooly and Fairly, in character, by M'Donald; End of Act II The Huntsman's Sweet Halloo by Miss Hemet

Event Comment: Benefit Walker, to make up the Deficiency of his last. Mainpiece: An Ancient Story Written by Mr Phillip Massenger. Now Revis'd, with Alterations

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Bondman

Performance Comment: Bondman-Walker.
Cast
Role: Bondman Actor: Walker.

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Turn'd Judge

Dance: Weaver, Shaw, Thurmond Jr, Mrs Bicknell, Mrs Younger, Mrs Tenoe; Tollet's Ground-Mrs Bicknell, Mrs Younger

Event Comment: Benefit Walker. At the Desire of several Ladies of Quality. Receipts: money #50 16s. 6d.; tickets #56

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Oroonoko

Performance Comment: Oroonoko-Walker; Aboan-Quin; Imoinda-Mrs Bullock; Charlot-Mrs Seymour; Governor-Boheme; Widow Lackit-Mrs Egleton; Lucy-Mrs Stone; Daniel-Spiller.
Cast
Role: Oroonoko Actor: Walker
Role: Aboan Actor: Quin
Role: Imoinda Actor: Mrs Bullock
Role: Charlot Actor: Mrs Seymour
Role: Governor Actor: Boheme
Role: Widow Lackit Actor: Mrs Egleton
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Stone
Role: Daniel Actor: Spiller.

Afterpiece Title: The Magician

Event Comment: Benefit Walker. Receipts: money #20 14s.; tickets #50 14s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Rival Queens

Performance Comment: As17221201, but Alexander-Walker; Hephestion-Egleton; Polyperchon-Diggs; Sysigambis-Mrs Egleton; Parisatis-Mrs Purden.
Cast
Role: Alexander Actor: Walker
Role: Hephestion Actor: Egleton
Role: Polyperchon Actor: Diggs
Role: Sysigambis Actor: Mrs Egleton
Role: Parisatis Actor: Mrs Purden.
Role: Clytus Actor: Quin
Role: Lysimachus Actor: Ryan
Role: Cassander Actor: Leigh
Role: Roxana Actor: Mrs Seymour
Role: Statira Actor: Mrs Bullock.
Event Comment: Benefit Walker. Written by Mr Congreve. Receipts: money #12s.; tickets #79 13s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Old Batchelor

Performance Comment: Heartwell-Quin; Belmour-Walker; Vainlove-Ryan; Sir Joseph-Bullock Sr; Bluff-Hall; Sharper-Leigh; Fondlewife-Hippisley; Setter-Spiller; Araminta-Mrs Cross; Belinda-Mrs Sterling; Laetitia-Mrs Cantrell; Sylvia-Miss Purden; Lucy-Mrs Egleton.
Cast
Role: Heartwell Actor: Quin
Role: Belmour Actor: Walker
Role: Vainlove Actor: Ryan
Role: Sir Joseph Actor: Bullock Sr
Role: Bluff Actor: Hall
Role: Sharper Actor: Leigh
Role: Fondlewife Actor: Hippisley
Role: Setter Actor: Spiller
Role: Araminta Actor: Mrs Cross
Role: Belinda Actor: Mrs Sterling
Role: Laetitia Actor: Mrs Cantrell
Role: Sylvia Actor: Miss Purden
Role: Lucy Actor: Mrs Egleton.

Song: Leveridge, Mrs Chambers; particularly The Tipling Philosophers-Leveridge

Dance: Dupre, Nivelon Sr, Nivelon Jr, Glover, Newhouse, Mrs Ogden, Mrs Rogeir, Mrs Wall; particularly Two Pierrots-the Nivelons; Running Footman's Dance-Nivelon Sr, Mrs Rogeir; Flag Dance-Nivelon Sr

Event Comment: Benefit Walker. Carefully revis'd and alter'd. Receipts: money #53 15s. 6d.; tickets #58 16s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Massaniello; Or, A Fisherman A Prince

Performance Comment: Massaniello-Walker; other parts-Boheme, Hulet, Egleton, Bullock Sr, Spiller, Hippisley, Hall, Diggs, Mrs Moffett.

Song: With the Original Ballad In Praise of Fishing (new set)-Leveridge

Music: Solemn Piece of Music-Vocal and Instrumental) performed at the Confirmation of the Charter; Vocal Parts-Leveridge, Legar, Salway

Dance: new Comic Dance in the Characters of Fishermen and their wives-Nivelon, DuPre, Glover, Lally, Pelling, Newhouse, Mrs Bullock, Mrs Legar, Mrs Wall, Mrs Ogden

Event Comment: Benefit Walker. With Machines, and other Decorations proper to the Play. Receipts: #57; tickets #70 19s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Sophonisba; Or, Hannibal's Overthrow

Performance Comment: Hannibal-Boheme; Massinissa-Walker; Scipio-Ryan; Sophonisba-Mrs Bullock; Rosalinda-Mrs Moffat; Prince Massina-Mrs Younger.
Cast
Role: Hannibal Actor: Boheme
Role: Massinissa Actor: Walker
Role: Scipio Actor: Ryan
Role: Sophonisba Actor: Mrs Bullock
Role: Rosalinda Actor: Mrs Moffat
Role: Prince Massina Actor: Mrs Younger.

Afterpiece Title: The Walking Statue; or, The Devil in the Wine Cellar

Cast
Role: Sir Timothy Actor: Hippisley
Role: Sprightly Actor: Egleton
Role: Cutem Actor: Spiller
Role: Toby Actor: Bullock
Role: Robin Actor: Hall
Role: Leonara Actor: Mrs Moffat.

Dance: TTwo Pierrots-Salle, Mlle Salle; Running Footman's Dance-Nivelon, Mrs Legare; Fingalian Dance-Newhouse, Mrs Ogden

Song: CChanson a'boire-Leveridge, Legare; And a proper Song in the Farce-Salway

Event Comment: Benefit Walker. Not Acted these Five Years. Written by Mr Otway. Receipts: money #27 2s. 6d.; tickets #70 9s. Probable attendance: boxes, 27 by money and 103 by tickets; stage, 1 by money; pit; 56 by money and 184 by tickets; slips, 3 by money; first galleygallery, 67 by money and 171 by tickets; second gallery, 50 by money

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Venice Preserv'd; Or, A Plot Discover'd

Performance Comment: Pierre-Walker; Jaffier-Ryan; Priuli-Milward; Renault-Hulet; Antonio-Spiller; Belvidera-Mrs Berriman.
Cast
Role: Pierre Actor: Walker
Role: Jaffier Actor: Ryan
Role: Priuli Actor: Milward
Role: Renault Actor: Hulet
Role: Antonio Actor: Spiller
Role: Belvidera Actor: Mrs Berriman.

Song: TThe Lass of Patie's Mill-Miss Warren

Dance: WWooden Shoe Dance-Nivelon; Scotch Dance-Mrs Bullock; Fingalian Dance-Newhouse, Mrs Ogden; The Humours of Marriage-Salle, Mlle Salle

Event Comment: Benefit Walker. Written by Farquhar. Receipts: money #80 1s.; tickets #87 15s. Probable attendance: boxes, 100 by money and 202 by tickets; stage, 32 by money; pitt, 115 by money and 147 by tickets; slips, 30 by money; first gallery, 160 by money and 152 by tickets; second gallery, 114 by money

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love And A Bottle

Performance Comment: Roebuck-Walker; Lovewell-Ryan; Lyric-Hippisley; Mockmode-Morgan; Club-Hall; Brush-Spiller; Beggar-Chapman; Lucinda-Mrs Bullock; Judge's Lady-Mrs Clarke; Pindress-Mrs Morgan; Leanthe with singing in the Character of the Page-Miss Fenton; Trudge, with singing after the Irish Manner-Mrs Egleton.
Cast
Role: Roebuck Actor: Walker
Role: Lovewell Actor: Ryan
Role: Lyric Actor: Hippisley
Role: Mockmode Actor: Morgan
Role: Club Actor: Hall
Role: Brush Actor: Spiller
Role: Beggar Actor: Chapman
Role: Lucinda Actor: Mrs Bullock
Role: Judge's Lady Actor: Mrs Clarke
Role: Pindress Actor: Mrs Morgan
Role: Leanthe with singing in the Character of the Page Actor: Miss Fenton
Role: with singing after the Irish Manner Actor: Mrs Egleton.

Dance: FFingalian-Newhouse, Mrs Ogden; Two Pierrots-Poitier, Nivelon; Scotch Dance-Mrs Bullock

Song: MMerry Cobler's Tragical End at Last-Leveridge

Event Comment: Benefit Walker. At the particular Desire of several Persons of Quality. Receipts: money #99 2s.; tickets #55 8s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Beggar's Opera

Performance Comment: Macheath-Walker ; all the other Characters as usual. all the other Characters as usual.
Cast
Role: Macheath Actor: Walker
Event Comment: Benefit Walker. At the particular Desire of several Persons of Quality. Tickets for Momus and The School Boy taken. Receipts: money #60 17s.; tickets #38

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Beggar's Opera

Performance Comment: See17300319 but Macheath-Walker.
Cast
Role: 7300319 but Macheath Actor: Walker.

Dance:

Event Comment: Benefit Walker, Receipts: money #57 15s.; tickets #67 17s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Gamester

Performance Comment: Gamester-Walker; Angelica-Mrs Younger; Sir Thomas-Hulett; Dorante-Hippisley; Lovewell-Milward; Marquis-Salway; Hector-Chapman; Cogdie-Aston; Lady Wealthy-Mrs Bullock; Favourite-Mrs Adams; Mrs Security-Mrs Egleton; Mrs Topknot-Mrs Martin; Betsy-Mrs Forrester.
Cast
Role: Gamester Actor: Walker
Role: Angelica Actor: Mrs Younger
Role: Sir Thomas Actor: Hulett
Role: Dorante Actor: Hippisley
Role: Lovewell Actor: Milward
Role: Marquis Actor: Salway
Role: Hector Actor: Chapman
Role: Cogdie Actor: Aston
Role: Lady Wealthy Actor: Mrs Bullock
Role: Favourite Actor: Mrs Adams
Role: Mrs Security Actor: Mrs Egleton
Role: Mrs Topknot Actor: Mrs Martin
Role: Betsy Actor: Mrs Forrester.

Afterpiece Title: The Walking Statue; or, The Devil in the Wine-Cellar

Song: Ballad@Dialogue in the Characters of a Rake and a Country Milk-Maid-Walker, Mrs Cantrell

Dance: HHighlander and his Mistress-Salle, Mrs Laguerre; Two Pierrots-Nivelon, Poitier

Event Comment: Benefit Walker, Written by Mr George Farquhar. Receipts: money #72 17s.; tickets #60 10s

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Love And A Bottle

Performance Comment: Roebuck-Walker; Lovewell-Ryan; Mockmode-Neale; Pamphlet-Chapman; Lyric-Hippisley; Rigadoon-Aston; Cripple-Bullock; Club-Hall; Brush-Clark; Lucinda-Mrs Bullock; Leanthe-Miss Binks; Judge's Wife-Mrs Cantrell; Pindress-Mrs Forrester; Bullfinch-Mrs Cook; Trudge-H. Bullock.
Cast
Role: Roebuck Actor: Walker
Role: Lovewell Actor: Ryan
Role: Mockmode Actor: Neale
Role: Pamphlet Actor: Chapman
Role: Lyric Actor: Hippisley
Role: Rigadoon Actor: Aston
Role: Cripple Actor: Bullock
Role: Club Actor: Hall
Role: Brush Actor: Clark
Role: Lucinda Actor: Mrs Bullock
Role: Leanthe Actor: Miss Binks
Role: Judge's Wife Actor: Mrs Cantrell
Role: Pindress Actor: Mrs Forrester
Role: Bullfinch Actor: Mrs Cook
Role: Trudge Actor: H. Bullock.

Song: II: Since Times are so Bad by Henry Purcell-Leveridge, Salway

Music: The celebrated Water@Musick by Mr Handel, in which-; Kettle Drums-Benjamin Baker, accompany'd with Trumpets, French Horns

Dance: III: Scottish Dance, as17330329 IV: Running Footman-Nivelon, Mrs Laguerre; V: Fingalian-Newhouse, Mrs Ogden

Event Comment: Benefit Walker. For the Entertainment of their Excellencies Sidi Mahomet Climsani and Sidi Usuph Coggia, Ambassadors from the Regency of Tunis

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Timon Of Athens

Performance Comment: Timon-Walker; Alcibiades-Ryan; Apemantus-Quin; Nicias-Sal way; Phaeax-Hippisley; Elius-Neale; Cleon-Dawson; Isander-Hall; Isadore-Bullock; Thrasillus-Hallam; Demetrius-Hale; Diphilus-Houghton; Old Man-Aston; Musician-Ray; Jeweller-Harrington; 1st Gentleman-Wignel; 2d-Clarke; Chloe-Mrs Stevens; Thais-Mrs Forrester; Phryne-Mrs Kilby; Evandra-Mrs Hallam; Melissa-Mrs Buchanan; Poet-Chapman .
Cast
Role: Timon Actor: Walker
Role: Alcibiades Actor: Ryan
Role: Apemantus Actor: Quin
Role: Nicias Actor: Sal way
Role: Phaeax Actor: Hippisley
Role: Elius Actor: Neale
Role: Cleon Actor: Dawson
Role: Isander Actor: Hall
Role: Isadore Actor: Bullock
Role: Thrasillus Actor: Hallam
Role: Demetrius Actor: Hale
Role: Diphilus Actor: Houghton
Role: Old Man Actor: Aston
Role: Musician Actor: Ray
Role: Jeweller Actor: Harrington
Role: 1st Gentleman Actor: Wignel
Role: 2d Actor: Clarke
Role: Chloe Actor: Mrs Stevens
Role: Thais Actor: Mrs Forrester
Role: Phryne Actor: Mrs Kilby
Role: Evandra Actor: Mrs Hallam
Role: Melissa Actor: Mrs Buchanan
Role: Poet Actor: Chapman

Afterpiece Title: Flora

Cast
Role: Sir Thomas Actor: Hippisley
Role: Friendly Actor: Salway
Role: Dick Actor: Hale
Role: Old Hob Actor: Hall
Role: Hob's Mother Actor: Mrs Martin
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Kilby
Role: Flora Actor: Miss Norsa
Role: Hob Actor: Mr Daniel French, of Hampstead, for his Diversion, but see17340103

Dance: II: French Sailor and his Lass by Maker and Mlle Salle. III: Scots Dance, as17331004

Song: In II: Dialogue between a Courtier and Farmer's Wife, as17340318 IV: Dialogue by Leveridge and Mrs Wright