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Mainpiece Title: Love For Love

Afterpiece Title: The Chymical Counterfeits

Dance: As17341212 Ill: Hornpipe by Taylor


Mainpiece Title: The Conscious Lovers

Afterpiece Title: An Old Man Taught Wisdom

Music: II: Solo on Violin by Charke

Dance: I: English Maggot by Villeneuve and Mrs Walter. III: Amorous Swain, as17350327 V: Shepherd's Mount, as17350218

Song: II: De Lascia un tell desio and I love Sounds the Alarm by Mrs Roberts. IV: A Mock Italian Air from The Livery Rake


Mainpiece Title: The Miser

Afterpiece Title: The Mock Doctor

Song: TThe Rapture-; and a favorite song out of Solomon called Tell me Gentle Shepherd Where-Miss Talbot


Mainpiece Title: The Humourous Physician; Or, A Cure For All Ills

Afterpiece Title: The Restoration and Adventures of Harlequin




Mainpiece Title: Lionel And Clarissa

Afterpiece Title: The Citizen

Dance: End Dialogue: As17761123; End I: Minuet-Aldridge, Miss Brown

Song: End: New Pastoral Dialogue [Tell me Silvia why so sad?] set to music by Dr Arnold-Miss Wewitzer, Miss Brown


Mainpiece Title: I Rivali Delusi

Music: The Dancers, incomparably the best Groupe in Europe, exerted themselves very successfully; D'Auberval's Drunkenness was well managed; Rossi's Fainting Fit, her Agitation preceding it, and her Revival from it; Lepicq's hovering over Rossi, when in the Swoon, and in his Separation from her, were all told very expressively indeed. Lepicq is the most graceful dancer in Europe, and excells every Competitor in the Narrative and Pathos of Gesticulation

Dance: End of Act I Le Reveil du Bonheur, as17840203, but D'Auberval in place of Slingsby; End of Opera an entirely new grand Ballet, or Tragi-Comic Dancing Pantomime, composed by D'Auberval, Le Deserteur; ou, La Clemence Royale (taken from the well-known comic opera, The Deserter). The Deserter-Lepicq; Skirmish-D'Auberval, who in that character will execute a Pas in a stile entirely new, and never before attempted in England; Louisa-Mme Rossi; other Principal Parts by Vestris [Jun.], Henry, Zuchelli, Mme Theodore, who will also dance the favourite Pas de Basque


Mainpiece Title: The Heiress

Afterpiece Title: (End of Act I of mainpiece) Jewish Education

Afterpiece Title: 'Tis an Ill Wind Blows Nobody Good; or, The Road to Odiham

Dance: End: a Minuet-Master D'Egville, Miss Blanchet


Mainpiece Title: The Travellers In Switzerland

Afterpiece Title: The Follies of a Day

Afterpiece Title: Arrived at Portsmouth

Dance: 1st piece to conclude with: The Savoyard-Byrn, Holland, Mlle St.Amand; In 3rd piece: a New Dance-Byrn, Holland, Mlle St.Amand

Song: End I: The Sea Storm-Incledon; In 3rd piece: We've bade the restless seas adieu-; O why to be happy, as17960314With Rosabel what joy to stray-Townsend; Here we laugh and work together-; With pride we steer'd for England's coast-Incledon; When love was a stranger-Mrs Mountain; The seaman who of wars may tell-Incledon, Bowden; Rule Britannia-; In course: Old Towler-Incledon; an entire New Song-Incledon


Mainpiece Title: The Iron Chest

Afterpiece Title: Catherine and Petruchio

Afterpiece Title: Tell Truth and Shame the Devil

Song: End: Mad Tom-Betts (1st appearance on the stage); Young William-Incledon; The Golden Days-Munden; The Tight Little Island-Townsend; The Wind blew fresh and fair-Townsend

Music: End I 1st piece: Concerto Clarionet-Orsato (of the Theatre Royal Venice; 1st appearance in this Metropolis); a duetto solo by means of the Pression and Repercussion of the Air-Orsato This his curious Discovery has received the greatest Applause in most of the Courts


Mainpiece Title: Lover's Vows

Afterpiece Title: The Jew and the Doctor

Song: End II: Hope told a flattering tale-Mrs Ferguson; accompanied on the Pedal Harp-Weippert

Music: End I: Grand Sonata on the Piano Forte, as17990515; End IV: Lesson of Nicolai, as17990515

Entertainment: Monologues Before: [Collins' Ode on the Passions-Master Parker; End III: The Birth Day Ode [by Henry James Pye, 1st performed at St. James's Palace, 4 June, the birthday of George III]-Master Parker; End: Imitations-Mrs Sumbel (late $Mrs Wells)


Mainpiece Title: Miss In Her Teens

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin Fortune-Teller

Song: Particularly a Song called By Jove I'll be free-Massey

Dance: NNew Hornpipe-

Entertainment: Italian Fireworks, as17480503