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Event Comment: Queen Mab is reviv'd with Alterations and Additions particularly Grand New Scene with a Representation of a Regatta very well executed but is too much like The Naval Review (Hopkins Diary). [MacMillan's note from Hopkins differs slightly. He also adds from the Public Advertiser, 13 Nov., The last grand scene is a Representation of the whole Regatta sailing by Ranelagh. That and the Red House were invented and drawn by Mr deLoutherberg, and painted by Messrs French, deRoy, Greenwood, and others."] Rec'd stopages #11 12s. 6d. Paid Salary list #626 16s. 6d. Receipts: #152 12s. (Treasurer's Book). [Fuller descriptions of the Regatta scene appeared in the Westminster Magazine for Nov.: The Scene affords a picturesque view of the Thames on the Surry Side to Ranelagh Gardens representing the procession of barges etc., of the different squadrons, previous to their landing the company. The effect produced by this united scenery and machinery was very pleasing; every barge appeared to be rowed to the time of the band of music which is supposed to be upon the water, and evepy man and oar keeps a regular stroke: the sky, flat behind, was finely designed and executed for the general relief, and disposition of the men and boats near shore, in the foreground, was beautiful and did the painter great credit. The whole concluded with a Tar 's song in character, by Mr Bannister, and a dance by sailors and their doxies.'

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Mainpiece Title: Old City Manners

Cast
Role: Touchstone Actor: Baddeley
Role: Quicksilver Actor: Dodd
Role: Sir Petronel Flash Actor: Palmer
Role: Golding Actor: Brereton
Role: Security Actor: Parsons
Role: Bramble Actor: Hurst
Role: Seagull Actor: Bannister
Role: Fig Actor: Whitfield
Role: Waterman Actor: Wright
Role: Wolf Actor: Wrighten
Role: Holdfast Actor: Griffith
Role: Constable Actor: Carpenter
Role: Servant Actor: Norris
Role: Drawer Actor: Garland
Role: Footman Actor: Everard
Role: Scapethrift Actor: Fawcett
Role: Spendall Actor: Cubitt
Role: Coachman Actor: Kear, Legg
Role: Mildred Actor: Miss P. Hopkins
Role: Winifred Actor: Mrs Whitfield
Role: Sydney Actor: Miss Platt
Role: Mrs Touchstone Actor: Mrs Johnston
Role: Betty Actor: Mrs Millidge
Role: Gertrude Actor: Mrs Wrighten