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THE LONDON STAGE 1800-1900

Joseph Donohue and James Ellis, General Editors

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THE SANS PAREIL THEATRE

(later THE ADELPHI THEATRE)

(COVENT GARDEN CORPS DE BALLET)

1806-1900

Calendar for Summer 1808

Edited by John W. Brokaw

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

Alfred L. Nelson and Gilbert B. Cross, General Editors

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

Contents

Seasonal Digest

The theatre opened its doors on 4 July 1808, for a short summer season.  The corps de ballet from Covent Garden with such luminaries as Wybrow, King, and Thomas Blanchard performed five pieces.  Two of them, La Heroine Incomparable and The Maid of Hornsey were played every night.  Several of the performers brought their wives.

The company was under the management of Holland, Louis, and Grant—all of Covent Garden.  Ryall arranged most of the choreography.  It is impossible to determine how many nights the season lasted, as there are few existing records from the first decade of the Sans Pareil's existence.

During the evening's performance, there were songs by Woolf and King.  Included among the titles were "Black-Eyed Susan,"  "May the King Live Forever," and "The Wig"—the last by Charles Dibdin, the younger.  It was King who made Dibdin's "songs 'Giles Scroggins' Ghost' and 'Call Again Tomorrow' with many others, so popular" (Charles Dibdin's Memoirs, p. 54).

Andrew Campbell performed his popular imitations of familiar actors in their best-known roles.

During the pantomime Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles, Signor Saxoni was engaged for twelve nights to walk the tightrope.  Charles Dubois, following in his famous father, Jean Baptiste Dubois's footsteps was "clown to the rope."  This character was a buffoon who kept the audience amused while the ropedancer was not in motion.  The clown attempted some of the tricks himself, and by his utter failure amplified his master's achievement.

Thomas Blanchard, the Pantaloon, had a long career.  He was said "to be a magnet at the minors" (Dibdin's Memoirs, p. 136).  He did reappear at the Adelphi in the early twenties and was successor to Richard Norman at Covent Garden, but the Times was not overly impressed with him.

Blanchard's Pantaloon is clever, but it wants humour.  The real Pantaloons should be a kind of Polonius in Motley.  Everybody admits that he deserves to be beaten and cheated, but then one is sorry for him, on account of his gray hairs and the foolishness of his old age as when the other "meddling fool" is stabbed behind the arras.  The fault of Mr. Blanchard is that he excites no sympathy.  If he is knocked down, or jumped upon, or even killed, you are glad of it (27 December 1828, qtd. in David Mayer, Harlequin in his Element, p. 43).

Mrs. Ridgway was the wife of the Harlequin who appeared with Charles Dibdin at Sadler's Wells.  She had sons who later appeared at the Adelphi, and according to Dibdin, they possessed "much merit, and promise to follow the steps of their father who was, in his grade of performing, taking skill and versatility of talent together, unrivalled" (Memoirs, p. 90).

Besides the headliners, there were also those who made a living but not a splash—Miss Vallency (or Valancy) who played a barmaid was still playing small roles fifteen years later.  For example, she appeared once as a stand-in at Drury Lane in 1823 dancing Columbine for the frequently ailing Ann Maria Tree in The Golden Axe (James Winston, Drury Lane Journal, p. 63).

Woolf sang the famous "Description of a Storm" by George Alexander Stevens, which became such a familiar favorite at the Adelphi in subsequent years.

The season was successful; a clipping in the Adelphi Scrapbook states, "on Saturday week the corps de ballet of Covent Garden Theatre will close their labours at the Sans Pareil in the Strand.  It appears they have made a successful campaign by their efforts to please the public."

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Daily Calendar for Summer 1808


4 July 1808
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 July 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever. Not in Nicoll

Choreographer: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Next 5 July 1808

Genre:  (Ballet) new operatic ballet dance

First Night Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard (of CG)
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway (of CG)
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois (from Opera House)
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall (from DL)
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson (from DL)
      Miss M. Watson (from Opera House)

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Cast Commentary

Song

Entertainment Commentary

2)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever. Not in Nicoll

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Next 5 July 1808

Genre:  (Spectacle) serious spectacle

First Night Cast:

Socivizca (Chieftain): C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams (late Royal Circus)
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy (late Royal Circus)
Marianne: Miss Webster (1st app)
Pamela: Mrs. Wybrow

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (1)

Title Comment:  not in Nicoll

Author: [Unknown]; Choreographer: Ryall

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Next 5 July 1808

Genre:  (Comic pantomime) comic pantomime

First Night Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: Powers
Dlumdalca's violin: Miss Goodwin (from CG)
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: Louis
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: [Henry?] Garbois
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Miss Porter
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

Song

Costume Description

Other Production Credits

General, Song

General, Song Commentary

General, Entertainment

General, Commentary


5 July 1808
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (2)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 4 July 1808; Next 6 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (2)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 4 July 1808; Next 6 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. Wybrow

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (2)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 4 July 1808; Next 6 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: Powers
Dlumdalca's violin: Miss Goodwin
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: Louis
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: [Henry?] Garbois
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

6 July 1808
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (3)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 5 July 1808; Next 7 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (3)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 5 July 1808; Next 7 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. Wybrow

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (3)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 5 July 1808; Next 7 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: Powers
Dlumdalca's violin: Miss Goodwin
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: Louis
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: [Henry?] Garbois
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

7 July 1808
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (4)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 6 July 1808; Next 8 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (4)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 6 July 1808; Next 8 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. Wybrow

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (4)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 6 July 1808; Next 8 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: Powers
Dlumdalca's violin: Miss Goodwin
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: Louis
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: [Henry?] Garbois
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

8 July 1808
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (5)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 7 July 1808; Next 9 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (5)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 7 July 1808; Next 9 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. Wybrow

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (5)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 7 July 1808; Next 9 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: Powers
Dlumdalca's violin: Miss Goodwin
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: Louis
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: [Henry?] Garbois
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

9 July 1808
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 July 1808
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (6)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 8 July 1808; Next 11 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (6)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 8 July 1808; Next 11 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. Wybrow

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (6)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 8 July 1808; Next 11 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: Powers
Dlumdalca's violin: Miss Goodwin
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: Louis
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: [Henry?] Garbois
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

11 July 1808
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (7)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 9 July 1808; Next 12 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (7)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 9 July 1808; Next 12 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. Wybrow

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (7)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 9 July 1808; Next 12 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: Powers
Dlumdalca's violin: Miss Goodwin
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: Louis
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: [Henry?] Garbois
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

12 July 1808
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (8)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 11 July 1808; Next 13 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (8)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 11 July 1808; Next 13 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. Wybrow

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (8)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 11 July 1808; Next 13 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: Powers
Dlumdalca's violin: Miss Goodwin
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: Louis
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: [Henry?] Garbois
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

13 July 1808
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (9)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 12 July 1808; Next 14 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (9)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 12 July 1808; Next 14 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. Wybrow

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (9)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 12 July 1808; Next 14 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: Powers
Dlumdalca's violin: Miss Goodwin
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: Louis
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: [Henry?] Garbois
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

14 July 1808
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (10)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 13 July 1808; Next 15 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (10)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 13 July 1808; Next 15 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. Wybrow

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (10)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 13 July 1808; Next 15 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: Powers
Dlumdalca's violin: Miss Goodwin
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: Louis
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: [Henry?] Garbois
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

15 July 1808
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (11)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 14 July 1808; Next 16 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (11)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 14 July 1808; Next 16 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. Wybrow

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (11)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 14 July 1808; Next 16 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: Powers
Dlumdalca's violin: Miss Goodwin
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: Louis
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: [Henry?] Garbois
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

16 July 1808
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (12)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 15 July 1808; Next 18 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (12)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 15 July 1808; Next 18 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. Wybrow

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (12)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 15 July 1808; Next 18 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: Powers
Dlumdalca's violin: Miss Goodwin
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: Louis
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: [Henry?] Garbois
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

18 July 1808
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 July 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (13)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 16 July 1808; Next 19 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Cast Changes:

BUT  Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway (replaces Mrs. Wybrow)

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (13)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 16 July 1808; Next 19 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (13)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 16 July 1808; Next 19 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Dlumdalca's violin: Master Brown
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: Williams
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      [Henry?] Garbois
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

Cast Changes:

ADDS  inhabitants of the Hebrides: [Henry?] Garbois
BUT  Clown: C[harles] Dubois (replaces Louis)
  Dlumdalca's violin: Master Brown (replaces Miss Goodwin)
  Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard (replaces Powers)
  Tribe of Ismael: Williams (replaces [Henry?] Garbois)
OMITS  inhabitants of the Hebrides: T[homas J.] Blanchard
  inhabitants of the Hebrides: Williams

General, Song

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


19 July 1808
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 July 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (14)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 18 July 1808; Next 20 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (14)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 18 July 1808; Next 20 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (14)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 18 July 1808; Next 20 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Dlumdalca's violin: Master Brown
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: Williams
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      [Henry?] Garbois
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

20 July 1808
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 July 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (15)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 19 July 1808; Next 21 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (15)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 19 July 1808; Next 21 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (15)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 19 July 1808; Next 21 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Dlumdalca's violin: Master Brown
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: Williams
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      [Henry?] Garbois
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

21 July 1808
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 July 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (16)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 20 July 1808; Next 22 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (16)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 20 July 1808; Next 22 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (16)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 20 July 1808; Next 22 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Dlumdalca's violin: Master Brown
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: Williams
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      [Henry?] Garbois
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

22 July 1808
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 July 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (17)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 21 July 1808; Next 23 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (17)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 21 July 1808; Next 23 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (17)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 21 July 1808; Next 23 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Dlumdalca's violin: Master Brown
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: Williams
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      [Henry?] Garbois
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

23 July 1808
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 July 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (18)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 22 July 1808; Next 25 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (18)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 22 July 1808; Next 25 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (18)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 22 July 1808; Next 25 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Dlumdalca's violin: Master Brown
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: Williams
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      [Henry?] Garbois
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

25 July 1808
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 July 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (19)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 23 July 1808; Next 26 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (19)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 23 July 1808; Next 26 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (19)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 23 July 1808; Next 26 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Dlumdalca's violin: Master Brown
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: Williams
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      [Henry?] Garbois
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

26 July 1808
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 July 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (20)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 25 July 1808; Next 27 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (20)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 25 July 1808; Next 27 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (20)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 25 July 1808; Next 27 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Dlumdalca's violin: Master Brown
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: Williams
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      [Henry?] Garbois
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

General, Song

General, Advertisement


27 July 1808
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 July 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (21)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 26 July 1808; Next 28 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (21)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 26 July 1808; Next 28 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

3)  Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (21)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 26 July 1808

Cast:

Harlequin: Brown
Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Dlumdalca's violin: Master Brown
Affectionamus Italica: [John?] Holland
travelling tinker: King
Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Medley: Heath
Pay-toll: Grant
Curiosity: Gaywood
Curley: Sargant
Tribe of Ismael: Williams
post-boy: Master Truman
inhabitants of the Hebrides:
      Miss Porter
      [Henry?] Garbois
Hemisphere: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
protectress: Mrs. May
fruit-girls:
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
water-cress girl: Miss Ruggles
oyster-girl: Miss Grant
milk-maid: Miss Plymsell
bar-maid: Miss Vallancy
Velocity, or Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

28 July 1808
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 July 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (22)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 27 July 1808; Next 29 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Next 29 July 1808

Genre:  (Musical entertainment) musical piece; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

Cast Commentary

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (22)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 27 July 1808; Next 29 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

29 July 1808
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (23)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 28 July 1808; Next 30 July 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (2)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 28 July 1808; Next 30 July 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (23)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 28 July 1808; Next 30 July 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

30 July 1808
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (24)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 29 July 1808; Next 1 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (3)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 29 July 1808; Next 1 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (24)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 29 July 1808; Next 1 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

1 August 1808
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (25)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 30 July 1808; Next 2 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (4)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 30 July 1808; Next 2 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (25)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 30 July 1808; Next 2 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Next 2 August 1808

Genre:  (Comic pantomime) entire new comic pantomime

First Night Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto (alias Bagatelle): [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan (who elopes with Clown on her back): Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

Title: General Commentary


2 August 1808
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (26)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 1 August 1808; Next 3 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (5)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 1 August 1808; Next 3 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (26)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 1 August 1808; Next 3 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (2)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 1 August 1808; Next 3 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

3 August 1808
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (27)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 2 August 1808; Next 4 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (6)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 2 August 1808; Next 4 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (27)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 2 August 1808; Next 4 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (3)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 2 August 1808; Next 4 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

4 August 1808
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (28)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 3 August 1808; Next 5 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (7)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 3 August 1808; Next 5 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (28)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 3 August 1808; Next 5 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (4)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 3 August 1808; Next 5 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

5 August 1808
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (29)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 4 August 1808; Next 6 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (8)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 4 August 1808; Next 6 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (29)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 4 August 1808; Next 6 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (5)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 4 August 1808; Next 6 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

6 August 1808
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (30)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 5 August 1808; Next 8 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (9)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 5 August 1808; Next 8 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (30)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 5 August 1808; Next 8 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (6)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 5 August 1808; Next 8 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

8 August 1808
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 August 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (31)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 6 August 1808; Next 9 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (10)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 6 August 1808; Next 9 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (31)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 6 August 1808; Next 9 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (7)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 6 August 1808; Next 9 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

9 August 1808
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 August 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (32)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 8 August 1808; Next 10 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (11)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 8 August 1808; Next 10 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (32)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 8 August 1808; Next 10 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (8)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 8 August 1808; Next 10 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

10 August 1808
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 August 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (33)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 9 August 1808; Next 11 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (12)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 9 August 1808; Next 11 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (33)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 9 August 1808; Next 11 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (9)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 9 August 1808; Next 11 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

11 August 1808
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 August 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (34)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 10 August 1808; Next 12 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (13)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 10 August 1808; Next 12 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (34)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 10 August 1808; Next 12 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (10)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 10 August 1808; Next 12 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

12 August 1808
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 August 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (35)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 11 August 1808; Next 13 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (14)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 11 August 1808; Next 13 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (35)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 11 August 1808; Next 13 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (11)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 11 August 1808; Next 13 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

13 August 1808
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 August 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (36)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 12 August 1808; Next 15 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (15)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 12 August 1808; Next 15 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (36)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 12 August 1808; Next 15 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (12)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 12 August 1808; Next 15 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

15 August 1808
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (37)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 13 August 1808; Next 16 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (16)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 13 August 1808; Next 16 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (37)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 13 August 1808; Next 16 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (13)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 13 August 1808; Next 16 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

16 August 1808
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (38)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 15 August 1808; Next 17 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (17)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 15 August 1808; Next 17 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (38)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 15 August 1808; Next 17 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (14)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 15 August 1808; Next 17 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

17 August 1808
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (39)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 16 August 1808; Next 18 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (18)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 16 August 1808; Next 18 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (39)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 16 August 1808; Next 18 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (15)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 16 August 1808; Next 18 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

18 August 1808
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (40)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 17 August 1808; Next 19 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (19)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 17 August 1808; Next 19 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (40)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 17 August 1808; Next 19 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (16)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 17 August 1808; Next 19 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

19 August 1808
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (41)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 18 August 1808; Next 20 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (20)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 18 August 1808; Next 20 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (41)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 18 August 1808; Next 20 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (17)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 18 August 1808; Next 20 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

20 August 1808
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (42)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 19 August 1808; Next 22 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (21)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 19 August 1808; Next 22 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (42)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 19 August 1808; Next 22 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (18)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 19 August 1808; Next 22 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

22 August 1808
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (43)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 20 August 1808; Next 23 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (22)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 20 August 1808; Next 23 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (43)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 20 August 1808; Next 23 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (19)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 20 August 1808; Next 23 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

23 August 1808
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (44)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 22 August 1808; Next 24 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (23)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 22 August 1808; Next 24 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (44)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 22 August 1808; Next 24 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (20)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 22 August 1808; Next 24 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

24 August 1808
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (45)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 23 August 1808; Next 25 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (24)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 23 August 1808; Next 25 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (45)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 23 August 1808; Next 25 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (21)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 23 August 1808; Next 25 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

25 August 1808
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (46)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 24 August 1808; Next 26 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (25)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 24 August 1808; Next 26 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (46)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 24 August 1808; Next 26 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (22)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 24 August 1808; Next 26 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

26 August 1808
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (47)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 25 August 1808; Next 27 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (26)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 25 August 1808; Next 27 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (47)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 25 August 1808; Next 27 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (23)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 25 August 1808; Next 27 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

27 August 1808
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (48)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 26 August 1808; Next 29 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (27)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 26 August 1808; Next 29 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (48)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 26 August 1808; Next 29 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (24)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 26 August 1808; Next 29 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

29 August 1808
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (49)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 27 August 1808; Next 30 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (28)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 27 August 1808; Next 30 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (49)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 27 August 1808; Next 30 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (25)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 27 August 1808; Next 30 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

30 August 1808
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (50)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 29 August 1808; Next 31 August 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (29)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 29 August 1808; Next 31 August 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (50)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 29 August 1808; Next 31 August 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (26)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 29 August 1808; Next 31 August 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

31 August 1808
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (51)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 30 August 1808; Next 1 September 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (30)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 30 August 1808; Next 1 September 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (51)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 30 August 1808; Next 1 September 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (27)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 30 August 1808; Next 1 September 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

1 September 1808
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (52)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 31 August 1808; Next 2 September 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (31)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 31 August 1808; Next 2 September 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (52)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 31 August 1808; Next 2 September 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (28)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 31 August 1808; Next 2 September 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

2 September 1808
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (53)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 1 September 1808; Next 3 September 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (32)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 1 September 1808; Next 3 September 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (53)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 1 September 1808; Next 3 September 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (29)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 1 September 1808; Next 3 September 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

3 September 1808
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (54)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 2 September 1808; Next 5 September 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (33)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 2 September 1808; Next 5 September 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (54)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 2 September 1808; Next 5 September 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (30)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 2 September 1808; Next 5 September 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

5 September 1808
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (55)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 3 September 1808; Next 6 September 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (34)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 3 September 1808; Next 6 September 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (55)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 3 September 1808; Next 6 September 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (31)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 3 September 1808; Next 6 September 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

6 September 1808
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (56)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 5 September 1808; Next 7 September 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (35)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 5 September 1808; Next 7 September 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (56)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 5 September 1808; Next 7 September 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (32)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 5 September 1808; Next 7 September 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

7 September 1808
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (57)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 6 September 1808; Next 8 September 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (36)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 6 September 1808; Next 8 September 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (57)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 6 September 1808; Next 8 September 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (33)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 6 September 1808; Next 8 September 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

8 September 1808
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (58)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 7 September 1808; Next 9 September 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (37)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 7 September 1808; Next 9 September 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (58)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 7 September 1808; Next 9 September 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (34)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 7 September 1808; Next 9 September 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

9 September 1808
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (59)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 8 September 1808; Next 10 September 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Two Little Savoyards (38)

Performances:  First 28 July 1808; Previous 8 September 1808

Cast:

Lord Frederick: C[harles] Dubois
bailiff: Louis
Claremont: Sargant
Michell: Miss Watson
Joset: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
villagers:
      Heath
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Grant
      Brown
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Plymsell
      Mrs. Ryall
infantry:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Gaywood
      Williams
      Collins
      Mrs. May
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles

3)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (59)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 8 September 1808; Next 10 September 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

4)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (35)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 8 September 1808; Next 10 September 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Mrs. Wybrow

10 September 1808
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 September 1808
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: [John?] Holland

1)  The Maid of Hornsey; or, The Bed of Roses (60)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 9 September 1808

Cast:

Principal dancers:
      C[harles] Dubois
      Powers
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
      Master Truman
      Miss Porter
corps de ballet:
      Heath
      Brown
      Grant
      Sargant
      [Henry?] Garbois
      Gaywood
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  La Heroine Incomparable; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (60)

Performances:  First 4 July 1808; Previous 9 September 1808

Cast:

Socivizca: C[harles] Dubois
Mutalbo: Powers
Perdascus: Sargant
Huberto: Brown
Rolando: Grant
Utalbo: [Henry?] Garbois
Hybernas: Heath
Fernandez: Louis
Solitary Simon: [John?] Holland
Sheet Anchor: King
peasants:
      T[homas J.] Blanchard
      Williams
      Gaywood
      Truman
villagers:
      Mrs. Ryall
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Grant
      Miss Porter
      Miss Vallancy
Marianne: Miss Webster
Pamela: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway

3)  The Cavern of Fate; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (36)

Performances:  First 1 August 1808; Previous 9 September 1808

Cast:

Conjuror, alias Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard
Pluto: [John?] Holland
Lucifer, alias Silly Pate, or Clown: C[harles] Dubois
Tribulation [?], or Harlequin Apprentice: [Henry?] Garbois
Asmodius: Master [Joseph?] Dubois
[?man]: Woolf
butcher: Heath
bootmaker: "Truefit"
hair-dresser: Sargant
bill-sticker: Collins
Gipsey men:
      Brown
      Gaywood
waiter: Grant
[illeg] Giles: Williams
genii: Mrs. [Thomas E.] Ridgway
Gipsey women:
      Miss Vallancy
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Grant
      Miss Plymsell
      Miss Watson
      Miss M. Watson
Dame Dotage: Miss Porter
Mother Lovewell: Mrs. May
Leviathan: Mlle. Vivandier
Columbine: Miss Vallancy

Cast Changes:

BUT  Columbine: Miss Vallancy (replaces Mrs. Wybrow)

Cast Commentary

General, Advertisement

Seasonal Summary

Sans Pareil Theatre. Doors open 6:00, curtain 7:00, half price 8:45.

Ticket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-.

Seasonal Dates

4 Jul 1808 - 10 Sep 1808; 60 performances: 60 evening

Benefit (1):[John?] Holland (10 Sep 1808)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

House managers:Grant
Holland, John
Louis
Ballet masters and mistresses:Ryall
Musical composers and arrangers:Holland, John
Ryall
Trick and transformation arrangers:Louis

Authors/Pieces

Ryall Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (4 Jul 1808)
Unknown Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles (4 Jul 1808)
Cavern of Fate, The; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician (1 Aug 1808)
Heroine Incomparable, La; or, The Adventure of Six Hours (4 Jul 1808)
Maid of Hornsey, The; or, The Bed of Roses (4 Jul 1808)
Two Little Savoyards, The (28 Jul 1808)

Song Composers/Pieces

Unlisted Black-Eyed Susan (4 Jul 1808)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

Beauty; or, Harlequin of the Black Isles

(Comic pantomime by Unknown (Author); Ryall (Choreographer) (21 Performances, 4 Jul 1808 - 27 Jul 1808)

Summary Cast:

Cavern of Fate, The; or, Harlequin Apprentice Magician

(Comic pantomime by Unknown (Author) (36 Performances, 1 Aug 1808 - 10 Sep 1808)

Summary Cast:

*  Heroine Incomparable, La; or, The Adventure of Six Hours

(Spectacle by Unknown (Author) (60 Performances, 4 Jul 1808 - 10 Sep 1808)

Summary Cast:

*  Maid of Hornsey, The; or, The Bed of Roses

(Ballet by Unknown (Choreographer) (60 Performances, 4 Jul 1808 - 10 Sep 1808)

Summary Cast:

Two Little Savoyards, The

(Musical entertainment, 1 act) by Unknown (Author) (38 Performances, 28 Jul 1808 - 9 Sep 1808)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Blanchard, Thomas J.

Brown

Brown, Master

Collins

Dubois, Charles

Dubois, Master Joseph

Garbois, Henry

Gaywood

Grant

Heath

Holland, John

King

Louis

Powers

Sargant

Truman

Truman, Master

Williams

Woolf

Actresses

Goodwin, Miss

Grant, Miss

May, Mrs.

Plymsell, Miss

Porter, Miss

Ridgway, Mrs. Thomas E.

Ruggles, Miss

Ryall, Mrs.

Vallancy, Miss

Vivandier, Mlle.

Watson, Miss

Watson, Miss M.

Webster, Miss

Wybrow, Mrs.

Entertainers

Campbell, Andrew

Dubois, Charles

Holland, John

Saxoni, Signor

Singers

King

Ridgway, Mrs. Thomas E.

Woolf

General Song Composers/Pieces

Dibdin, Charles I. Wig, The (4 Jul 1808)
Holland, John Sam Spritsail (26 Jul 1808)
Victory, The (26 Jul 1808)
Stevens, George A. Description of a Storm (26 Jul 1808)
Unlisted Land We Live In, The (18 Jul 1808)
May the King Live for Ever (4 Jul 1808)
William and Sue (4 Jul 1808)



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