SELECT * FROM london_stages WHERE MATCH('(@(perftitleclean,performancetitle) "The City Ramble; or A Play House Wedding"/1)') GROUP BY eventid ORDER BY weight() desc, eventdate asc OPTION field_weights=(perftitleclean=150, performancetitle=100), ranker=wordcount

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Mainpiece Title: The Count Of Narbonne

Afterpiece Title: Sylvester Daggerwood

Afterpiece Title: The Wedding Day

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Mainpiece Title: The Farmer

Afterpiece Title: The Child of Nature

Dance: End 1st piece: Peggy's Love- in which, by permission of the Proprietor of the Opera House, who has generously allowed Principal Dancers and Whole Corps de Ballet to appear, the following Ladies and Gentlemen will exert their well known Abilities:Laborie, Didelot, Mme Laborie, Mme Hilligsberg; End 2nd piece: La Vengeance d'Amour, in which the Pas de Quatre de Panurge-Laborie, Didelot, Mme Laborie, Mme Hilligsberg

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Mainpiece Title: Ways And Means

Afterpiece Title: The Wedding Day

Afterpiece Title: Blue-Beard

Song: In course: Fal Lal , from The Cherokee,-Mrs Bland

Entertainment: End 2nd piece: a variety of Imitations (for that night only)-Caulfield

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Mainpiece Title: The Purse; Or, Benevolent Tar

Afterpiece Title: The London Hermit; or, Rambles in Dorsetshire

Afterpiece Title: Peeping Tom

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Mainpiece Title: The Child Of Nature

Afterpiece Title: The Wedding Day

Afterpiece Title: Feudal Times

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Mainpiece Title: Will And No Will; Or, Wit's Last Stake

Afterpiece Title: Trials of the Heart

Afterpiece Title: The Wedding Day

Song: End 2nd piece: The Country Club-Bannister Jun.; In 3rd piece: In the dead of the Night-Mrs Jordan

Entertainment: Monologue End: Foote's Prologue to The Author-King; in which is introduced the well-known Fable of The Man the Boy and the Ass-King

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Mainpiece Title: Pizarro

Afterpiece Title: The Wedding Day

Song: As17990529

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Mainpiece Title: The London Hermit; Or, Rambles In Dorsetshire

Afterpiece Title: The Village Lawyer

Afterpiece Title: Fortune's Frolick

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Mainpiece Title: The Beggar's Opera

Afterpiece Title: The Farm House

Dance: In III: Hornpipe in Fetters-Platt

Entertainment: Monologue As17990916

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Mainpiece Title: The Egyptian Festival

Afterpiece Title: The Wedding Day

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Mainpiece Title: The Egyptian Festival

Afterpiece Title: The Wedding Day

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Mainpiece Title: Pizarro

Afterpiece Title: The Wedding Day

Song: As17991228

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Mainpiece Title: De Montfort

Afterpiece Title: The Wedding Day

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Mainpiece Title: Love For Love

Song: Several new Songs-Mrs Hodgson; A New Song by way of Ballad, call'd The Misses' Lamentation for want of their Vizard Masks in the Play/house-Mr Boman

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Mainpiece Title: The School For Scandal

Afterpiece Title: Who's the Dupe

Song: End II: Stand to your Guns-Bannister

Entertainment: Monologue End: The Picture of a Play@House; or, Bucks have at ye all-Dodd

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Mainpiece Title: London's Royal Triumph For The City's Loyal Magistrate In An Exact Description Of Several Scenes And Pageants, Adorned With Many Magnificent Representations

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Mainpiece Title: Concert

Music: Vocal and Instrumental Music-; with several of the principal Songs and Symphonys in the late Operas-; Also Some Trumpet Sonatas, Concertoes, full Pieces of New Musick by the greatest Masters, and never yet Play'd in Public-

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Mainpiece Title: The Widow Bewitch'd

Music: new Concerto on the Flute, to be play'd on the Stage, -Mr Jacob Price, who never perform'd in publick before

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Mainpiece Title: Wat Tyler And Jack Straw: Being The Representation Of That Celebrated And Heroick Action Of Sir William Walworth A lord Mayor Of London, Perform'd In The Reign Of king Richard The Second; Shewing How He Stab'd The Insolent Rebel, wat Tyler, At The Head Of His Rout, In smithfield, For Which Reason The Dagger, Which He So Loyally Employ'd, Was Added To The City's Arms, And Loyalty