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Mainpiece Title: The Castle-spectre

Afterpiece Title: The Quaker

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Mainpiece Title: Every Man In His Humour

Afterpiece Title: High Life below Stairs

Dance: In afterpiece: Mock Minuet-Mr and Mrs Knight

Entertainment: Singing and Monologues.End: a Dialogue Duet (1st time), The Pledge of Love; or, British Tar's Farewell-Incledon, Mrs Mountain (the Music entirely New); The Barber's Petition, with a song in character, Wigs (including his Own Wig, The Doctor's Wig, Counsellor's Wig, The Lover's Wig, Coachman's Wig, etc.)-Knight; Ode on the Passions-Mrs Pope; Old Towler-Incledon

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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: All In Good Humour

Afterpiece Title: The Surrender of Calais

Afterpiece Title: Blue Devils

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Mainpiece Title: All In Good Humour

Afterpiece Title: False and True

Afterpiece Title: The Prisoner at Large

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Young Quaker

Afterpiece Title: The Captive of Spilburg

Dance: As17981114

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Mainpiece Title: The Young Quaker

Afterpiece Title: Blue-Beard

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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

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Mainpiece Title: The Italian Monk

Afterpiece Title: All in Good Humour

Afterpiece Title: The Castle of Sorrento

Performances

Mainpiece Title: All In Good Humour

Afterpiece Title: The Heir at Law

Afterpiece Title: The Purse

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Mainpiece Title: All In Good Humour

Afterpiece Title: The Jew

Afterpiece Title: The Castle of Sorrento

Performances

Mainpiece Title: All In Good Humour

Afterpiece Title: The Jew

Afterpiece Title: Fortune's Frolick

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Iron Chest

Afterpiece Title: Tars at Torbay

Afterpiece Title: Peeping Tom

Entertainment: Vaudeville End: Satan's Address to the Sun , from Milton's Paradise Lost-the Young Gentleman who last year (see17980917) recited a portion of Gray's Bard; Musical Pasticcio, The Cryer-Suett; My mother bids me bind my hair (Haydn)-Master Suett; a Comic Song descriptive of Bartholomew Fair-Wathen; Mad Tom (Purcell)-Story; The Irish Newsman-Clarke; Crazy Jane (Miss Abrams)-Mrs Bland; Imitations-Caulfield

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Mainpiece Title: Romeo And Juliet

Afterpiece Title: The Naval Pillar

Dance: In afterpiece: New Dance (composed by Bologna Jun.)-Bologna Jun., King, Mrs Watts, Mrs Parker (1st appearance these 2 years)

Song: The Songs written or selected for the afterpiece: Black Ey'd Susan-Incledon; When Britain first her Flag uprear'd-Incledon, Johnstone, Linton; An hungry Fox one day did spy (Old Welsh tune)-Munden; When Peace smiles around-Mrs Martyr; Sir Sydney Smith-Fawcett; When a Tar returns home-Fawcett, Munden, Mrs Martyr; Mr Speaker tho' 'tis late--Incledon, Johnstone, Townsend, Linton; A Bundle of Proverbs-Munden; In praise of the Pars who have leathered the World-Johnstone; +The Navy and Army of Britain forever-Townsend; The Embarkation-Incledon; Glee and Chorus [We come, ye guardians of our isle]-Mrs Martyr, Miss Sims, Miss Wheatley, Mrs Sydney; Recitative and Finale [Britons, your country's gratitude behold]-Mrs Chapman, Incledon, Johnstone, Townsend, Linton

Opera: End IV: Solemn Dirge. The Funeral Procession of Juliet-; Vocal Parts-Incledon, Johnstone, Townsend, Hill, Linton, Gardner, Denman, Blurton, King, Street, Lee, Little, Thomas, Sawyer, Tett, Dyke, Whitmore, Ms Waters, Ms Chapman, Ms Atkins, Ms Litchfield, Ms Mills, Ms Dibdin, Ms Wheatley, Ms Iliff, Ms Sims, Ms Whitmore, Ms Follett, Ms Watts, Ms Castelle, Ms Norton, Ms Gilbert, Ms Leserve, Ms Lloyd, Ms Masters, Ms Blurton, Ms Sydney, Ms Burnett, Ms Martyr

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Mainpiece Title: The Fair Penitent

Afterpiece Title: The Turnpike Gate

Performances

Mainpiece Title: The Young Quaker

Afterpiece Title: Obi