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Event Comment: Mainpiece [1st time in London; DR. POEM 5, by William Mason, 1st acted at Crow Street Theatre, Dublin, 30 Mar. 1764]: Written on the Model of the ancient Greek Tragedy. The Overture and all the Music composed New by Dr Arne. With a New Scene designed and executed by Dahl [recte Dall]. The Dresses, Decorations, &c. all entirely New. Books of the Lyrical Part of the Drama to be had at the Theatre. 'But I had rather talk of Caractacus; I agree that he will not suffer by not being sputtered by Barry, who has lost all his teeth. Covent Garden is rather above Drury Lane in actors, but both sets are exceedingly bad, so bad-that I almost wish Caractacus was not to appear. Very seldom do I go to the play, for there is no bearing such strollers" (Walpole [to the author, 8 Oct. 1776], IX, 419-20). "I attended Caractacus last winter, and was greatly interested, both from my friendship for Mr Mason and from the excellence of the poetry. I was out of all patience; for though a young Lewis played a subordinate part very well, and Mrs Hartley looked her part charmingly, the Druids were so massacred, and Caractacus so much worse, that I never saw a more barbarous exhibition" (Walpole [13 July 1777], X, 81-82). Public Advertiser, 7 Dec. 1776: This Day is published the Lyrical Part of Caractacus (6d.). [The publisher, J. Wilkie, states that he also has the "whole Drama, as altered by the Author, 18d." Ibid., 9 Dec., contains an advertisement from Mason stating that this version is unauthorized.] Ibid., 12 Dec.: This Day is published [by A. Ward of York] a new Edition of Caractacus, now altered for Representation at the Theatre-Royal in Covent Garden (1s. 6d.). Receipts: #163 10s. (163.6; 0.4)


Mainpiece Title: Caractacus

Performance Comment: Characters by Clarke, Lewis, Wroughton, Ward, Whitefield, Mrs Hartley. Druids and Bards-Aickin, Hull, L'Estrange, Fearon, others; Principal Vocal Parts-Leoni, Reinhold, Mrs Farrell; [Cast from text (York: A. Ward, 1777 [i.e. 1776]): Caractacus-Clarke; Arviragus-Lewis; Elidurus-Wroughton; Vellinus-Ward; Aulus Didius-Whitefield; Evelina-Mrs Hartley; Modred-Aickin; Mador-Hull.
Role: Vellinus Actor: Ward

Afterpiece Title: Polly Honeycombe

Event Comment: By Desire of several Gentlemen and Ladies. Benefit Ward. 6 P.M. Admission: 3s., 2s., 1s


Mainpiece Title: Tamerlane

Performance Comment: Tamerlane-Randal; Axalla-Ward; Moneses-Morgan; Bajazet-Hatten; Prince-Noble; Omar-Batt; Dervise-Hillier; Haly-Cole; Stratocles-Floyd; Zama-Richardson; Arpasia-Mrs Williams; Selima-Miss Willis. A new Prologue to be spoke by Ward .

Afterpiece Title: The Disappointment

Performance Comment: Don Pedro-Ward. A new Prologue to the Farce, to be spoken by the Author .
Event Comment: Benefit for Mr and Mrs Ward. The Country Mad-Cap [announced on playbill of 5 May] is obliged to be set aside on account of Mrs Pitt's indisposition. Tickets delivered for Alexander the Great, for Saturday, May 3, will be admitted. Public Advertiser, 22 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Mr and Mrs Ward at Stacy's, No. 76, the Corner of Long-acre, Drury-lane. Receipts: #197 18s. (82.10; tickets: 115.8) (charge: #66 1s.)


Mainpiece Title: The Grecian Daughter

Performance Comment: As17770331but Euphrasia-Mrs Ward (1st appearance in that character).
Role: 770331but Euphrasia Actor: Mrs Ward
Role: Philotas Actor: Ward

Afterpiece Title: The Country Wife

Role: Harcourt Actor: Ward

Dance: End: All in the Downs, as17770425

Song: As17770505

Event Comment: Benefit for Mr and Mrs Ward. Receipts: #135 2s. (23/6; 13/18; 0/5; tickets: 97/13) (charge: #107 12s. 11d.)


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

Performance Comment: Carlos-Kemble (1st appearance in that character); Antonio-Baddeley; Charino-Waldron; Don Duart-Barrymore; Sancho-Suett; Governor-Packer; Monsieur-Burton; Page-Miss Heard; Jaqucs-Wright; Officer-Phillimore; Clodio (alias Don Dismalo Thickscullo de Half Witto)-Ward; Don Lewis (alias Don Choleric Snapshorto de Testy)-Parsons (Their 1st appearance in those characters); Angelina-Mrs Brereton; Elvira-Miss E. Kemble; Honoria-Miss Tidswell; Louisa-Mrs Ward .
Role: Clodio Actor: Ward
Role: Louisa Actor: Mrs Ward

Afterpiece Title: A Medley

Performance Comment: Scene I. A Chamber. As Scene III, 7 May. Scene II. As Scene III, 26 Apr. Scene III. A Garden. As Scene IV, 3 May. Scene IV. Inside of a Playhouse. Bucks have at ye all by Ward. To conclude with The Jovial Sailors, as17840320athi .

Afterpiece Title: Duke and No Duke

Dance: End of Act I of mainpiece, as17840311athi

Event Comment: Benefit Ward, Gwinn, Merrivale. Written by Shakespear. Receipts: money #7 10s.; tickets #106 17s


Mainpiece Title: King Henry The Ivth; Part I

Performance Comment: As17231024, but Hotspur-Walker; King-Boheme; Vernon-Ward; Worcester-Ogden; Mortimer-Merrivale.
Role: Vernon Actor: Ward

Dance: End I: Louvre-Mrs Wall; II: French Peasant-Nivelon Sr, Mrs Rogier; III: Dutch Boor-Newhouse, Mrs Ogden; IV: Running Footman's Dance-Nivelon Sr, Mrs Rogier; V: Shepherd and Shepherdess-Glover, Mrs Wall

Event Comment: Benefit Ward and Mrs Haughton. By Mr Bullock's and Spiller's Company of Comedians At their great Theatrical Booth in Bird-Cage Alley. With all the Scenes, Machines, and other Decorations proper to the Play


Mainpiece Title: Oedipus, King Of Thebes

Performance Comment: Oedipus-Ward; Creon-Ogden; Adrastus-Miller; Haemon-Buck; Tiresias-Browme; Phorbas-Merrivale; Diocles-Buchanan; Jocasta-Mrs Haughton; Eurydice-Mrs Plomer; Manto-Miss Edward; Comic Parts-Bullock, Spiller, Penkethman, Willcox.
Role: Oedipus Actor: Ward
Role: Manto Actor: Miss Edward

Dance: Haughton, Mrs Ogden, James, Mrs Haughton; End II: particulary Tollet's Grounds-Mrs Haughton, Mrs Ogden; End IV: French Peasant-; End V: Swedish Dale Karl-Haughton, Mrs Ogden

Event Comment: Benefit Pritchard. At the Desire of several Persons of Distinction. Afterpiece: A New Ballad Opera. [By Henry Ward.] Plays are like Mirrours, made for Men to see, How bad they are, how good they ought to be


Mainpiece Title: The Committee

Performance Comment: Careless-Keene; Blunt-Boaman; Day-Smith; Abel-Ward; Obadiah-Johnson; Bookseller-Noland; Prentice-Young Littleton; Ruth-Mrs Templer; Arbella-Miss Brunette; Mrs Day-Mrs Herle; Teague-Pritchard. New Prologue to be spoke by Miss Piternesso, who never appeared on any stage before .
Role: Abel Actor: Ward
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Related Work: The Committee; or, The Faithful Irishman Author(s): Sir Robert Howard
Related Work: The Committee Author(s): Sir Robert Howard

Afterpiece Title: The Happy Lovers; or, The Beau Metamorphos'd

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Related Work: The Happy Lovers; or, The Beau Metamorphos'd Author(s): Henry Ward

Music: V: Preamble on the Kettle-Drums by J. Woodbridge, and the celebrated Water Musick, composed by Mr Handel, accompanied with Trumpets and French Horns

Dance: Hornpipe by Ferguson. By Cox, a Pewterer of the City of London, who never appeared on any stage before, particularly a Harlequin and a Scaramouch. Two Pierrots by Smith and La Back. End Afterpiece: Drunken Man of Pritchard

Song: By E. Roberts

Event Comment: Paid Wardrobe 3 nights #4 0s. 6d. [Ward was from the Birmingham theatre.] Receipts: #302 17s. 6d. (302.10.0; 0.7.6)


Mainpiece Title: Romeo And Juliet

Performance Comment: Romeo-Ward (1st appearance on this stage); Capulet-Clarke; Friar Lawrence-Hull; Mercutio-Woodward; Benvolio-Booth; Paris-Whitefield; Tibalt-L'Estrange; Peter-Jones; Lady Capulet-Mrs Poussin; Nurse-Mrs Pitt; Juliet-Mrs Jackson.
Role: Romeo Actor: Ward
Role: Mercutio Actor: Woodward

Afterpiece Title: Comus

Dance: I: a Masquerade Scene-incident to the Play; a Minuet-Dumay, Mrs Jackson

Song: End IV: Funeral Procession of Juliet, with the Solemn Dirge-Mattocks, Reinhold, Baker, Fox, Miss Dayes, Miss Valois, Mrs Willems; [The Masquerade, Minuet, and Dirge, as here assigned, are the same in all subsequent performances.] In afterpiece: Sweet Echo-Leoni, Miss Catley. [This was sung, as here assigned, in all subsequent performances.

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Ward. Afterpiece: Never acted there before. Mainpiece: Not acted this season. Mrs Ward having been defrauded of a number of Tickets for the above play, those sold at the door will not be admitted. [Afterpiece is John Lee's alteration of Wycherley's play into two acts. See dl 26 April 1765.] @Receipts #74 2s. 6d.@House charges #63@Candles #1 5s.@Extra: Kettle drum 5s.@Side Drum 2s.@Wardrobe #1 9s.@Total #66 1s.@Balance due Mrs Ward #8 1s. 6d.@Tickets 115 129 179 #66@Money #74 2s. 6d.@Total value of House #140 2s. 6d. (Account Book). [Mrs Ward seems to have profited only to the extent of #74 1s. 6d.


Mainpiece Title: All For Love; Or, The World Well Lost

Performance Comment: Antony-Smith; Ventidius-Gibson; Dolabella-Clarke; Alexas-Dyer; Serapion-Gardner; Octavia-Mrs Ward; Charmion-Mrs Stephens; Iras-Miss Mills; Cleopatra-Mrs Yates, for that night only; In Act III, A Dance of the Egyptians, incident to the play,-Arnauld, Miss Valois.
Role: Octavia Actor: Mrs Ward

Afterpiece Title: The Country Wife

Performance Comment: Pinchwife-Clarke; Sparkish-Dyer; Dorilant-Davis; Harcourt-Casey; Alithea-Mrs DuBellamy; Country Wife-Miss Ward.
Role: Country Wife Actor: Miss Ward.

Dance: End: The Highland Reel, as17680307

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Ward. [The Public Advertiser assigns Montague twice--to Redman and to Lewis. Redman probably correct.


Mainpiece Title: Romeo And Juliet

Performance Comment: As17631229, but Apothecary-Holtom; Juliet-Miss Ward, first appearance any stage; Minuet-Duquesney, Miss Twist; Solemn Dirge-Miss Poitier; Lady Capulet (that Night only)-Mrs Ward; +Occasional Prologue-Mrs Ward.

Afterpiece Title: The Citizen

Role: Citizen Actor: Woodward
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Related Work: The Citizen Turned Gentleman Author(s): Edward Ravenscroft

Dance: TThe Calabrian Peasants, as17631222

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Ward. Mrs Ward is extremely sorry she is oblig'd to change the Night's Entertainment advertised for her Benefit, but the severe illness of Mrs Mattocks and Mrs Baker, makes it impossible to perform the Opera of Love in a Village, as does Mr Woodward's indisposition the Farce of the Citizen. The Managers have therefore kindly granted her the above tragedy and pantomime. Charges #65 15s. Balance to Mrs Ward #55 5s. plus #53 2s. from tickets (Box 58; Pit 158; Gallery 149). Receipts: #121 (Account Book)


Mainpiece Title: George Barnwell

Performance Comment: As17681109, but Maria-Miss Ward.
Role: Maria Actor: Miss Ward.
Role: Millwood Actor: Mrs Ward

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Dr Faustus

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Ward. Last time of performing Mainpiece this season. Tickets to be had of Mrs Ward, next door to the Chapel in Little Wild-Street, near Drury Lane; and at the Stage Door of the Theatre, where places for the boxes may be taken. Receipts: #130 (Cross)


Mainpiece Title: Much Ado About Nothing

Performance Comment: As17520123, but Hero-Mrs Ward; Antonio-_; Friar-_; Borachio-_; Verges-_; Conrade-_; Town Clerk-_; Sexton-_.
Role: Hero Actor: Mrs Ward

Afterpiece Title: A Duke and no Duke

Role: Trappolin Actor: Woodward
Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Ward. To prevent any interruption in the performance, there will be No Building on Stage. N.B. Tickets to be had of Mrs Ward, at Mr Dean's in Queen St., Soho; and of Mr Sarjant, at the Stage Door, where Places may be taken


Mainpiece Title: Love Makes A Man

Performance Comment: As17630111, but Louisa-Mrs Ward, 1st time.
Role: Louisa Actor: Mrs Ward, 1st time.
Role: Clodio Actor: Woodward

Afterpiece Title: The Englishman in Paris

Role: Buck Actor: Woodward

Dance: I: The Jealous Woodcutter, as17621023

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Ward. Mainpiece: Not acted this season. Afterpiece: A comedy of one act by Mrs Cibber not acted these 12 years. [See 2 May 1753.] None admitted behind Scenes


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

Performance Comment: Alexander-Ross; Lysimachus-White; Clytus-Gibson; Hephestion-Dyer; Cassander-Clarke; Polyperchon-Tindal; Aristander-Perry; Perdicas-Davis; Thessalus-Anderson; Roxana (with Epilogue in character)-Mrs Ward; Sysigambis-Mrs Vincent; Parisatis-Miss Vincent; Statira-Miss Ward; 1st time. In which will be introduc'd The Triumphal Entry of Alexander into Babylon-.
Role: Roxana Actor: Mrs Ward
Role: Statira Actor: Miss Ward

Afterpiece Title: The Oracle

Performance Comment: Oberon-Dyer; Fairy Queen-Mrs Ward; Cynthia-Miss Ward; dance incident to the piece,-Arnauld, Leppie, Miss Twist.
Role: Fairy Queen Actor: Mrs Ward
Role: Cynthia Actor: Miss Ward

Dance: III: The Sicilian Peasants, as17641001; End: A Hornpipe-Miss Pitt

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Ward


Mainpiece Title: Romeo And Juliet

Performance Comment: As17660220, but Lady Capulet-Mrs Ward; Juliet-Miss Ward; Apothecary-Holtom; Peter-Weller; Balthazar-R. Smith; Montague-Redman (playbill).
Role: Lady Capulet Actor: Mrs Ward
Role: Juliet Actor: Miss Ward
Role: Mercutio Actor: Woodward

Afterpiece Title: The Apprentice

Role: Apprentice Actor: Woodward

Dance: II: Hornpipe-Miss Pitt; End: The Sicilian Peasants, as17660311

Event Comment: Mainpiece: Never acted there. Neville MS Diary: Both theatres opened again with The English Merchant. Went into the Pit of cg. Shuter did Freeport pretty well, but had not that appearance of blunt honesty which Yates has in that character....I like Miss Pope better in Molly than Mrs Mattocks. Mrs Goodman by Mrs Ward, who is a very different figure now from what she was some years ago. Her daughter did Amelia pretty well, but has a stiffiness and an indifferent voice. End Act III, The Irish Lilt-The celebrated dancer Aldridge, Sga Manesiere. Entertainment Harlequin Dr Faustus. I hope this emulation between the 2 Houses will cause exertion. Receipts: #146 8s. 6d. (Account Book)


Mainpiece Title: The English Merchant

Performance Comment: Freeport-Shuter; Spatter-Woodward; Lord Falbridge-Bensley; Owen-Gibson; La France-Quick; Sir Wm. Douglas-Powell; 1st time; Mrs Goodman-Mrs Ward; Molly-Mrs Mattocks; Lady Alton-Mrs Bellamy; Amelia-Miss Ward.
Role: Spatter Actor: Woodward
Role: Mrs Goodman Actor: Mrs Ward
Role: Amelia Actor: Miss Ward.

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Dr Faustus

Performance Comment: Harlequin-Woodward; Others-Legg, Mrs Baker, Morris, Banks, DuBellamy, Wignell, Dibdin, Weller, Holtom, Mrs Copin, Baker, Mrs Lampe, Miss Helm, Mrs Dyer, Mrs Bulkley; Dances-LaRiviere, Arnauld, Miss Valois, Fishar.
Role: Harlequin Actor: Woodward

Dance: III: The Irish Lilt, as17670921

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Ward. Mainpiece: Not acted these 4 Years. [See 18 Nov. 1766.] Charges #64 5s. Balance to Mrs Ward #67 18s. plus #28 13s. from Tickets (Box 33; Pit 84; Gallery 78) (Account Book). Receipts: #132 3s


Mainpiece Title: The Unhappy Favorite; Or, The Earl Of Essex

Performance Comment: Essex-Kniveton, first appearance this stage; Southampton-Wroughton; Burleigh-Gibson; Sir Walter Raleigh-R. Smith; Lieut.-Fox; Rutland-Mrs Bellamy; Nottingham-Mrs Vincent; Queen Elizabeth-Mrs Ward.
Role: Queen Elizabeth Actor: Mrs Ward.

Afterpiece Title: The Cheats of Scapin

Ballet: End: The Wapping Landlady. and Double Hornpipe. As17700420

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Ward. Public Advertiser, 22 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Mrs Ward, No. 44, corner of Broad-court, Drury-lane. Receipts: #218 2s. 6d. (50/14/0; 32/11/0; 0/9/6; tickets: 134/8/0) (charge: #105 15s.)


Mainpiece Title: The Double Gallant; Or, The Sick Lady's Cure

Performance Comment: Atall-King; Careless-Brereton; Clerimont-Barrymore; Old Wilful-Wrighten; Sir Harry Atall-Fawcett; Dr Blister-Wilson; Rhubarb-Chaplin; Finder-R. Palmer; Supple-Suett; Sir Solomon Sadlife-Parsons; Lady Dainty-Mrs Ward; Sylvia-Mrs Brereton; Clarinda-Mrs Wilson; Wishwell-Mrs Wrighten; Lady Sadlife-Miss Farren .
Role: Lady Dainty Actor: Mrs Ward

Afterpiece Title: The Toy Shop

Afterpiece Title: Bon Ton

Song: End of 1st piece Stand to your guns, my hearts of oak by Bannister

Monologue: 1785 04 25 End of Act IV of 1st piece, as 11 Apr

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Ward. Morning Herald, 24 Apr.: Tickets to be had of Mrs Ward, No. 12, Catherine-street, Strand. Receipts: #266 12s. 6d. (59/8/0; 30/19/0; 3/5/6; tickets: 173/0/0) (charge: #106 8s.)


Mainpiece Title: A Trip To Scarborough

Performance Comment: As17860109, but Amanda-Mrs Ward (1st appearance in that character) .
Role: Amanda Actor: Mrs Ward

Afterpiece Title: The Humourist

Role: Diana Actor: Mrs Ward

Dance: End of Singing The Provencalle, as17850922

Song: End of mainpiece Stand to your Guns, my Hearts of Oak by Bannister

Event Comment: [In mainpiece the playbill retains Miss Farren, "but on account of the sudden indisposition of Miss Farren her part in the play was read by Mrs Ward, who gave it with great effect, and having studied Miss Farren's manner, was a very tolerable substitute" (Diary, 2 May).] Afterpiece [1st time; C 3, by John Philip Kemble]: Taken from [The Country Lasses; or] The Custom of the Manor [by Charles Johnson]. Diary, 6 May 1789: This Day is published The Farm House (1s.). And see 6 May. Receipts: #165 3s. (125.12.0; 34.18.6; 4.12.6)


Mainpiece Title: False Appearances

Performance Comment: As17890420, but Countess-read by Mrs Ward; Prologue as17890420 Epilogue-Mrs Ward?.

Afterpiece Title: The Farm House

Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Ward. Tickets delivered for the 26th will be admitted. Public Advertiser. 11 May: Tickets [for 26 May] to be had of Mrs Ward, No. 12, Catherine-street, Strand. Mainpiece: Never performed there. Afterpiece: Not acted these 2 years. Receipts: #234 13s. 6d. (29.3.0; 15.2.0; 1.0.6; tickets: 189.8.0) (charge: #108 0s. 4d.)


Mainpiece Title: The Follies Of A Day; Or, The Marriage Of Figaro

Performance Comment: Count Almaviva-Bannister Jun.; Antonio-Parsons; Don Guzman-Baddeley; Doctor Bartholo-Suett; Bazil-Phillimore; Doublefee-Hollingsworth; Bounce-Alfred; Courier-Jones; Servant-Lyons; Page (with a song)-Miss Romanzini; Figaro-Wroughton; Countess-Mrs Ward; Marcelina-Mrs Hopkins; Agnes-Miss Stageldoir; Susan-Miss Farren.
Role: Countess Actor: Mrs Ward

Afterpiece Title: The Gentle Shepherd

Dance: III: a Dance-the young D'Egvilles, Miss Blanchet, Miss DeCamp; End I afterpiece: Highland Reel-Hamoir, Keen, Miss Stageldoir

Entertainment: Monologue. End: as17890430

Event Comment: Benefit for Whitfield and Mrs Ward. Afterpiece [1st time; F 2, by-Fernside, for whose authorship see Kemble Mem., based partly on Love's Cure; or, The Martial Maid, probably by Philip Massinger. Incidental music by Richard Suett]. Public Advertiser, 15 May: Tickets to be had of Whitfield, under the Great Piazza; of Mrs Ward; No. 6, York-street, Covent-Garden. Morning Herald, 12 June 1793: This day is published The Female Duellist (1s.). Receipts: #469 13s. 6d. (51.4.0; 33.9.0; 8.4.0; tickets: 376.16.6) (charge: #158 17s. 2d.)


Mainpiece Title: At King's A Trip To Scarborough

Performance Comment: As17930417, but Lory-Baddeley; Shoemaker-Benson; Countryman-Jones; Amanda-Mrs Ward.
Role: Amanda Actor: Mrs Ward.

Afterpiece Title: The Female Duellist

Song: End: As on the pleasant banks of Tweed-Master Welsh

Event Comment: Benefit Miss Ward, Wilson


Mainpiece Title: The Recruiting Officer

Performance Comment: See17290131, but Rose-Miss Ward; Sylvia-Mrs Thomas.
Role: Rose Actor: Miss Ward

Afterpiece Title: The Humours of Harlequin

Role: Aurora Actor: Mrs Ward
Event Comment: Benefit for Mrs Ward


Mainpiece Title: Don Sebastian

Performance Comment: As17490111, but Almeyda-Mrs Ward, 1st time.
Role: Almeyda Actor: Mrs Ward, 1st time.

Afterpiece Title: The Lying Valet

Performance Comment: As17480923, but Sharp-Mr Achurch from York; Kitty Pry-Mrs Ward.
Role: Kitty Pry Actor: Mrs Ward.

Dance: J. Granier, J. Granier's sister; by Particular Desire the Drunken Peasant-Phillips

Event Comment: Benefit for Grimaldi and Aldridge. Tickets deliver'd by Tassoni will be taken. Mr Yates being ill Mrs Ward was borrow'd to play Belvidera (Hopkins). Receipts: #53 18s. (MacMillan); charges: #64 4s. [Deficit to Grimaldi and Aldridge: #10 6s.


Mainpiece Title: Venice Preserv'd

Performance Comment: As17640313 but Belvidera-Mrs Ward from cg.
Role: Belvidera Actor: Mrs Ward from cg.

Afterpiece Title: Fortunatus

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Related Work: Fortunatus Author(s): Henry Woodward

Dance: II: By desire, a Hornpipe-Miss Rogers; III: A New Dance call'd the Running Footman-Aldridge, Miss Baker; End: The Cow@Keepers-Grimaldi, Miss Rogers