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Mainpiece Title: The Earl Of Essex

Afterpiece Title: True Blue; or, The Parting Lovers

Afterpiece Title: Netley Abbey

Dance: As17950428

Song: In 2nd piece: the following additional songs: Wives and Sweethearts-Townsend; The Wand'ring Sailor-Incledon (1st time); When gen'rous wine-Bowden; The days we now possess-Munden; The Storm-Incledon; Ye Gentlemen of England, as17950428; Rule Britannia-Incledon

Entertainment: Monologue In evening: The Young Widow a fable-Harley

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Mainpiece Title: The Young Quaker

Afterpiece Title: Auld Robin Gray

Song: End: Mock Italian Song from The Irish Mimic; or, Blunders at Brighton-Fawcett

Entertainment: MonologueIn evening: Monsieur Tonson-Fawcett

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Mainpiece Title: Inkle And Yarico

Afterpiece Title: Three Weeks after Marriage

Afterpiece Title: The Point at Herqui; or, British Bravery Triumphant

Dance: II: a Negro Dance-; 3rd piece: a new incidental Dance by Byrn-Mlle St.Amand, Holland, Byrn

Song: End I: Sweet Bird-Mrs Serres; accompanied on the German Flute (for this night only)-Ashe, from the Hanover-Square Concert; In Evening: Admiral Benbow-Incledon; 3rd piece: the following songs: The Mid Watch-Incledon; Tippy Bob-Munden; The Waiter-Fawcett; Irish Song-Johnstone; New Loyal Song-Mrs Martyr; Rondo-Mrs Clendining; Ye Gentlemen of England-Linton, Street, Incledon; Rule Britannia-Incledon, Johnstone, Chorus

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Mainpiece Title: The Merchant Of Venice

Afterpiece Title: Arrived at Portsmouth

Afterpiece Title: The Irish Mimick

Dance: As17960420

Song: In Evening: a Hunting Song [Old Towler]-Incledon; 2nd piece: We've bade the restless seas adieu-; O why to be happy, as17960412; Here we laugh and work together-; With pride we steer'd for England's coast, as17960412; When love was a stranger, as17960412; Hearts of Oak-Incledon, Chorus

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Mainpiece Title: Inkle And Yarico

Afterpiece Title: Tom Thumb

Afterpiece Title: The Point at Herqui

Dance: In 3rd piece: a new incidental Dance, as17960415

Song: In 3rd piece: songs As17960503; In Evening: Mad Bess (1st time), the Minstrel's Song [Where is that tow'ring spirit fled?] [from The Days of Yore-Mrs Clendining; Harp-Weippert

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Mainpiece Title: The Road To Ruin

Afterpiece Title: The Positive Man

Song: End: an Interlude of Songs, Glees-Incledon, Johnstone, Fawcett, Bowden, Townsend, Richardson, Linton

Entertainment: In course Evening: Imitations, The Beggar (from Merry Sherwood)-Townsend

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Mainpiece Title: The Earl Of Warwick And Margaret Of Anjou

Afterpiece Title: The Lie of the Day

Afterpiece Title: Sprigs of Laurel

Song: In Course Evening: The Waiter-Fawcett; Master Thedy Shemus O'Shaughnessey O'Finnegin Delaney's History of Himself-Johnstone; Mad Bess (in character)-Mrs Clendining; The Sportman's snug little Cot, Admiral Benbow-Incledon

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Mainpiece Title: Every One Has His Fault

Afterpiece Title: The Rival Soldiers

Afterpiece Title: The Positive Man

Song: In the course of the Evening: The Life of Poor Jack (composed by Dibdin), Admiral Benbow-Incledon; Honesty in Tatters-Townsend; Arthur O'Bradley (1st time, written by O'Keeffe)-Munden

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Mainpiece Title: The Child Of Nature

Afterpiece Title: Robin Hood

Afterpiece Title: The Devil to Pay

Song: In the course of the evening: The Storm-Incledon

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Battle Of Hexham

Afterpiece Title: The Honest Thieves

Dance: End: Hornpipe-Sga Bossi DelCaro

Music: After Dancing: a favourite concerto by Dussek upon the Grand Piano Forte-Miss Gaudry (1st appearance in public)

Song: End I afterpiece: a favourite song by Webbe-Master Sincock

Entertainment: In the course of the Evening: a Variety of Imitations-Caulfield

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Mainpiece Title: The Young Quaker

Afterpiece Title: The Beggar on Horseback

Song: In course: Four and Twenty Fidlers all on a Row-Munden; The Groupe of Lovers; or, Beauty at her Levee-Munden

Entertainment: Monologue Benjamin Bolus; or, The Newcastle Apothecary-Munden; In the course of the evening: Imitations (including several new ones)-Caulfield

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Mainpiece Title: The Duenna

Afterpiece Title: Catherine and Petruchio

Afterpiece Title: Forecastle Fun; or, Saturday Night at Sea

Song: End 1st piece: All I wish in her obtaining-Mme Mara, Incledon; In the course of the Evening: Black Ey'd Susan, Old Towler, Young William, The Storm-Incledon

Performances

Mainpiece Title: Inkle And Yarico

Afterpiece Title: Forecastle Fun

Afterpiece Title: The Honest Thieves

Song: In I 1st piece: Duet, as17980418; In course Evening: Black Ey'd Susan, Admiral Benbow, Old Towler-Incledon; Four and Twenty Fidlers-Munden; a new Song, Yard Arm & Yard Arm (Being a description of the memorable Engagement between the French Ship L'Hercule and the British Ship the Mars [off the Bec du Raz, 21 Apr. 1798] commanded by the late gallant Captain Alexander Hood)-Townsend; In 2nd piece: With a Jolly full Bottle-; Favorite Comic Irish Song-Johnstone; The New Mariners, as17980508; Young William-Incledon; Hearts of Oak, Rule Britannia-Incledon, Chorus

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Mainpiece Title: Much Ado About Nothing

Afterpiece Title: The Critic; or, A Tragedy Rehearsed

Dance: In II: Masquerade-; with Dancing-Mlle Parisot, Sga Bossi DelCaro

Song: In Masquerade: Sigh no more Ladies (composed by Stevens)-Sedgwick, Dignum, Mrs Bland, Miss DeCamp; End IV: Little Taffline-Mrs Bland; In course of Evening: Ally Croaker, Little Bess the Ballad Singer (composed by Dr Arnold)-Miss Leak

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Mainpiece Title: Every Man In His Humour

Afterpiece Title: Reformed in Time

Song: In course of Evening: The Bells of Aberdovy-Townsend; accompanied on the harp-Weippert; The Mid Watch-Incledon; The Beggar, in character,-Townsend; The Pledge of Love, as17980515; a favorite Comic Song-Fawcett

Entertainment: Imitations.An Exhibition of Theatrical Portraits-Townsend

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Mainpiece Title: Such Things Are

Afterpiece Title: Starboard Watch

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin and Faustus; or, The Devil will have his Own

Song: In course: The High Mettled Racer (composed by Dibdin)-Incledon; Patents all the Rage-Munden; The Beggar, as17980525; Duetto-Mrs Martyr, Mrs Mountain; The Wind blew fresh and fair-Townsend

Music: In course of Evening: solo on the Union Pipes-Murphy; accompanied on the Harp-Weippert

Entertainment: Vaudeville.In 3rd piece: [By Permission of the Proprietors of the Royal Circus [Charles Dibdin and Charles Hughes] [the celebrated Smith will ge thro' his wonderful Performances on the Slack Rope-Smith

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Mainpiece Title: Inkle And Yarico

Afterpiece Title: Harlequin and Faustus

Song: In I: the original Duet-Johnstone, Mrs Pope; In course of Evening: Black Ey'd Susan, Sally in our Alley, Old Towler-Incledon; The Beggar, as17980525; Duetto, as17980528

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Mainpiece Title: The Iron Chest

Afterpiece Title: Blue Devils

Afterpiece Title: My Grandmother

Song: In course of Evening: The United Englishmen-Munden

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Mainpiece Title: Abroad And At Home

Afterpiece Title: The Prisoner at Large

Afterpiece Title: Fun and Frolic; or, Sailors' Revels

Song: In course Evening: The Storm-Incledon; Black Ey'd Susan-Incledon; Mad Tom of Bedlam (in character)-Incledon; Together let us range (composed by Boyce)-Incledon, Miss Poole

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Mainpiece Title: Wild Oats

Afterpiece Title: Sunshine after Rain

Afterpiece Title: The Jolly Crew; or, Tars at Anchor

Song: In Course Evening: a new Comic Song (never sung in London), A Bundle of Proverbs; or, Odds and Ends, in the Character of Ephraim Smooth-Munden; A new Comic Song (never performed), A Touch at Old Times; or, No Days better than our Own-Munden; The Barber's Petition, with a song in character, Wigs, including His Own Wig, the Lover's Wig, Doctor's Wig, Coachman's Wig, Councellor's Wig,-Fawcett

Entertainment: Monologue The Barber's Petition-Fawcett

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Mainpiece Title: The Iron Chest

Afterpiece Title: The Follies of a Day

Dance: End: a new Scotch Ballet, The Highland Lovers (under the direction of Bologna Jun.)-Bologna Jun., Hawtin, King, Mrs Watts, Miss Brugier (1st appearance)

Song: In course Evening: Sally in our Alley-Incledon

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Mainpiece Title: False And True

Afterpiece Title: The Son-in-Law

Afterpiece Title: The Paradox; or, Maid, Wife and Widow

Dance: III: a Characteristic Dance and Masquerade as at the Venetian Carnival-

Song: In course Evening: a new Sea Ballad, composed for his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Tomorrow[; or, the Mars, Capt. Connor (the words by the Author of the Castle Spectre [Matthew Gregory Lewis]; the music by Kelly)-Incledon; A Touch at old Times-Munden; In my Father's Mud Cabin-Johnstone

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Mainpiece Title: Abroad And At Home

Afterpiece Title: The Vanguard; or, British Tars Regaling after Battle

Afterpiece Title: Tom Thumb

Song: In course Evening: Lovely Nan (By permission of Dibdin), Black Ey'd Susan-Incledon; A Bundle of Proverbs-Munden; In the Dead of the Night-Miss Poole; Together let us range-Incledon, Miss Poole

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Mainpiece Title: Romeo And Juliet

Afterpiece Title: The Paradox

Afterpiece Title: Lovers' Quarrels

Song: In the course of the Evening: As17990430; End IV 1st piece: The Funeral Procession of Juliet, Dirge-; Vocal Parts, as17981008, but Hill, _Gray, Miss +Waters, Mrs +Atkins, Miss _Leserve, Miss _Gray

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Mainpiece Title: King Henry The Eighth

Afterpiece Title: Hartford Bridge

Song: In course of Evening: Black Ey'd Susan-Incledon; Tomorrow-Incledon

Music: Preceding: Grand Sonata on the Piano Forte-Master Parker; with a new Rondo-Master Parker (Haydn); End I: a celebrated Lesson of Nicolai-Master Parker

Entertainment: Monologues End II: Alexander's Feast-Master Parker; End: Grand Address to the Audience-Master Parker