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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)

1806-1900

Calendar for 1809-1810

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 Sans Pareil opened 11 December.  It was a larger theatre than before because of the "new and commodious gallery" (Morning Post), which had been built after the summer season.  Tickets were one shilling for the gallery and, as in the past, two shillings for the pit and four for the boxes.

The company changed substantially from that of 1808.  Its strength was in singing and pantomime.  Three singers stand out:  William Broadhurst, John Isaacs and James F. Pyne; all later achieved some success at Covent Garden and the English Opera.  Broadhurst, the younger Charles Dibdin thought, had a "perhaps unparalleled sweetness of voice, in a Man" (Memoirs, p. 97).  Isaacs, a bass, sang in the 1826 world premiere of Weber's Oberon at Covent Garden (White, A History of English Opera, p. 256).  In his three years at the Sans Pareil, according to the Biography of the British Stage, he became a "deserved favorite."  James Pyne apparently relied on his voice alone to make his way in the theatre.  The Biography of the British Stage asserted, "this pleasing vocalist ... has no ability as an actor."  However, this was not cause for dismay, since Pyne was engaged "to sing and not to act."  (At Jane Scott's benefit in March, Pyne and proprietor John Scott, "his first appearance on any stage," played the title roles in The Two Misers of Smyrna.  Good fun rather than exquisite acting must have been the aim of this entertainment.)

Miss Scott's pantomime, The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key, was a great success, running the whole season.  It was probably a somewhat different piece from week to week, with improvisations and interludes not announced on the bills.  In fact, management's failure to say exactly what would or would not be presented on a given evening led to some disappointment and unruliness in the audience, disrupting The Necromancer on 11 and 12 January.  These ructions resulted in a declaration of policy on the bill by management:  "Whatever is named shall be produced but nothing but what is inserted in the bills and advertisements of the day shall be brought forward" (22 January).  Auld was Harlequin this year, his first of three successive seasons at the theatre.  Lardner returned as Pantaloon and James Kirby as Clown.  Mrs. Elizabeth Pincott was Columbine most of the run.  In her absence, Miss Ruggles began to establish herself in the role; she made a favorable impression on the Persian Ambassador, at whose command she took a benefit on 3 April when she danced Columbine.

At least two pieces by the prolific Jane Scott played every evening this year.  Three works from prior seasons, The Red Robber, The Bashaw and The Magistrate, and a new piece, Mary, The Maid of the Inn, rotated throughout The Season.  Mary was a Gothic verse melodrama derived from Southey's poem.  Miss Scott complicated Southey's plot, and her surprise revelations at the denouement softened his stark vision.  This successful melodrama was revived in the 1811 and 1816 seasons.

John P. "Jack" Bologna and a "Miss" H. Bologna (who might be either his niece, the daughter of Louis Bologna, or the Harriet Bath Barnwell whom Jack married in 1800) joined the company this season.  Harriet was a principal dancer in both of the year's ballets and took minor roles in two other pieces.  Bologna brought the shadow show back to the Sans Pareil for the first time since the 1806 season when John Scott operated his machinery.  Bologna had been presenting such shows for several years when not engaged as Harlequin.  His Lilliput Island opened January 11 and played at intervals some thirty-four times.  It was described on the bills as "an interlude in five scenes."  In addition to these shadow shows, Bologna presented another of his Lenten productions, "Bologna's Mechanical Exhibitions."

Several performers associated with the Sans Pareil for many years made their first appearance this season, most of them in minor roles:  Godbee, Robert Stebbing, Swan, Mrs. Daly and Miss LeBrun.  John Scott again managed the theatre, and James Sanderson returned as composer and bandleader.

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Daily Calendar for 1809-1810


11 December 1809
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 December 1809
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Faggot Makers (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Next 12 December 1809

Genre:  (Comic Ballet) new comic ballet dance

First Night Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld (1st time here)
      Youens (1st time here)
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna (1st time here)
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott (1st time here)

Dance

Dance Commentary

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott; Composer: James Sanderson

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Next 12 December 1809

Genre:  (Comic pantomime) comic pantomime

First Night Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa (the Necromancer): [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens (from Brighton)
(Pantaloon's three servants)
      Grim Whisker: Swan
      Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
      Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
(Clown's comic burlesque serenade)
      barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
      bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
      cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa (market girl): Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne (Goddess of Mirth): Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe (Goddess of Youth): Miss Cook
Ganymead (cup bearer to Jupiter): Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

Artistic Supervision

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery Description

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (1)

Author: [Miss Jane M. Scott]

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Next 12 December 1809

Genre:  (Spectacle) favorite serio comic spectacle

First Night Cast:

Sanguinario (the Red Robber): J[ohn] Isaacs
Mizen: [James F.] Pyne
Captain Hartly: [William?] Broadhurst (1st time here)
Roderigo: [Robert?] Stebbing (1st time here)
Junk: Hunt
Pedro: [C. H.?] Simpson
Lady Helen: "Young Lady" (1st time any stage)
Annette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
sailors, robbers, village girls: [Unlisted]

Entertainment

General, Music

General, Music Commentary

General, Song

General, Song Commentary


12 December 1809
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 December 1809
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Faggot Makers (2)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 11 December 1809; Next 13 December 1809

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (2)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 11 December 1809; Next 13 December 1809

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (2)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 11 December 1809; Next 13 December 1809

Cast:

Sanguinario: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mizen: [James F.] Pyne
Captain Hartly: [William?] Broadhurst
Roderigo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Junk: Hunt
Pedro: [C. H.?] Simpson
Lady Helen: "Young Lady"
Annette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
sailors, robbers, village girls: [Unlisted]

13 December 1809
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 December 1809
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Faggot Makers (3)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 12 December 1809; Next 14 December 1809

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (3)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 12 December 1809; Next 14 December 1809

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (3)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 12 December 1809; Next 14 December 1809

Cast:

Sanguinario: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mizen: [James F.] Pyne
Captain Hartly: [William?] Broadhurst
Roderigo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Junk: Hunt
Pedro: [C. H.?] Simpson
Lady Helen: "Young Lady"
Annette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
sailors, robbers, village girls: [Unlisted]

14 December 1809
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 December 1809
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Faggot Makers (4)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 13 December 1809; Next 15 December 1809

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (4)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 13 December 1809; Next 15 December 1809

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (4)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 13 December 1809; Next 15 December 1809

Cast:

Sanguinario: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mizen: [James F.] Pyne
Captain Hartly: [William?] Broadhurst
Roderigo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Junk: Hunt
Pedro: [C. H.?] Simpson
Lady Helen: "Young Lady"
Annette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
sailors, robbers, village girls: [Unlisted]

15 December 1809
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 December 1809
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Faggot Makers (5)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 14 December 1809; Next 16 December 1809

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (5)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 14 December 1809; Next 16 December 1809

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (5)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 14 December 1809; Next 16 December 1809

Cast:

Sanguinario: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mizen: [James F.] Pyne
Captain Hartly: [William?] Broadhurst
Roderigo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Junk: Hunt
Pedro: [C. H.?] Simpson
Lady Helen: "Young Lady"
Annette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
sailors, robbers, village girls: [Unlisted]

16 December 1809
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 December 1809
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Faggot Makers (6)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 15 December 1809; Next 18 December 1809

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (6)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 15 December 1809; Next 18 December 1809

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (6)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 15 December 1809; Next 18 December 1809

Cast:

Sanguinario: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mizen: [James F.] Pyne
Captain Hartly: [William?] Broadhurst
Roderigo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Junk: Hunt
Pedro: [C. H.?] Simpson
Lady Helen: "Young Lady"
Annette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
sailors, robbers, village girls: [Unlisted]

18 December 1809
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 December 1809
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Faggot Makers (7)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 16 December 1809; Next 19 December 1809

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (7)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 16 December 1809; Next 19 December 1809

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (7)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 16 December 1809; Next 19 December 1809

Cast:

Sanguinario: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mizen: [James F.] Pyne
Captain Hartly: [William?] Broadhurst
Roderigo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Junk: Hunt
Pedro: [C. H.?] Simpson
Lady Helen: "Young Lady"
Annette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
sailors, robbers, village girls: [Unlisted]

19 December 1809
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 December 1809
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Faggot Makers (8)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 18 December 1809; Next 20 December 1809

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (8)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 18 December 1809; Next 20 December 1809

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (8)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 18 December 1809; Next 20 December 1809

Cast:

Sanguinario: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mizen: [James F.] Pyne
Captain Hartly: [William?] Broadhurst
Roderigo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Junk: Hunt
Pedro: [C. H.?] Simpson
Lady Helen: "Young Lady"
Annette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
sailors, robbers, village girls: [Unlisted]

20 December 1809
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 December 1809
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Faggot Makers (9)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 19 December 1809; Next 21 December 1809

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (9)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 19 December 1809; Next 21 December 1809

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (9)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 19 December 1809; Next 21 December 1809

Cast:

Sanguinario: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mizen: [James F.] Pyne
Captain Hartly: [William?] Broadhurst
Roderigo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Junk: Hunt
Pedro: [C. H.?] Simpson
Lady Helen: "Young Lady"
Annette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
sailors, robbers, village girls: [Unlisted]

21 December 1809
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
21 December 1809
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Faggot Makers (10)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 20 December 1809; Next 22 December 1809

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (10)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 20 December 1809; Next 22 December 1809

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (10)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 20 December 1809; Next 22 December 1809

Cast:

Sanguinario: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mizen: [James F.] Pyne
Captain Hartly: [William?] Broadhurst
Roderigo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Junk: Hunt
Pedro: [C. H.?] Simpson
Lady Helen: "Young Lady"
Annette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
sailors, robbers, village girls: [Unlisted]

22 December 1809
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
21 December 1809
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Faggot Makers (11)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 21 December 1809; Next 23 December 1809

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (11)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 21 December 1809; Next 23 December 1809

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (11)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 21 December 1809; Next 23 December 1809

Cast:

Sanguinario: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mizen: [James F.] Pyne
Captain Hartly: [William?] Broadhurst
Roderigo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Junk: Hunt
Pedro: [C. H.?] Simpson
Lady Helen: "Young Lady"
Annette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
sailors, robbers, village girls: [Unlisted]

23 December 1809
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
21 December 1809
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Faggot Makers (12)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 22 December 1809; Next 27 December 1809

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (12)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 22 December 1809; Next 27 December 1809

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (12)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 22 December 1809

Cast:

Sanguinario: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mizen: [James F.] Pyne
Captain Hartly: [William?] Broadhurst
Roderigo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Junk: Hunt
Pedro: [C. H.?] Simpson
Lady Helen: "Young Lady"
Annette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
sailors, robbers, village girls: [Unlisted]

25 December 1809
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Christmas Day


26 December 1809
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Boxing Day


27 December 1809
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
27 December 1809
advertisement
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1)  The Faggot Makers (13)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 23 December 1809; Next 28 December 1809

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Taken from a poem of Southey, "Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew"; In later seasons, the subtitle of the poem is used as a subtitle of the play

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Next 28 December 1809

Genre:  (Burletta) tragic melodramatic burletta

First Night Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Cast Commentary

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (13)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 23 December 1809; Next 28 December 1809

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

28 December 1809
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 December 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Faggot Makers (14)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 27 December 1809; Next 29 December 1809

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (2)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 27 December 1809; Next 29 December 1809

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (14)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 27 December 1809; Next 29 December 1809

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

29 December 1809
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 December 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Faggot Makers (15)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 28 December 1809; Next 30 December 1809

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (3)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 28 December 1809; Next 30 December 1809

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (15)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 28 December 1809; Next 30 December 1809

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

30 December 1809
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 December 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Faggot Makers (16)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 29 December 1809; Next 1 January 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (4)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 29 December 1809; Next 1 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (16)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 29 December 1809; Next 1 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

1 January 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 December 1809
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Faggot Makers (17)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 30 December 1809; Next 2 January 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (5)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 30 December 1809; Next 2 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (17)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 30 December 1809; Next 2 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

2 January 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 January 1810
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1)  The Faggot Makers (18)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 1 January 1810; Next 3 January 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (6)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 1 January 1810; Next 3 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (18)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 1 January 1810; Next 3 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

3 January 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 January 1810
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1)  The Faggot Makers (19)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 2 January 1810; Next 4 January 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (7)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 2 January 1810; Next 4 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (19)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 2 January 1810; Next 4 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

4 January 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 January 1810
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1)  The Faggot Makers (20)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 3 January 1810; Next 5 January 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (8)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 3 January 1810; Next 5 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (20)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 3 January 1810; Next 5 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

5 January 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 January 1810
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1)  The Faggot Makers (21)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 4 January 1810; Next 6 January 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (9)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 4 January 1810; Next 6 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (21)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 4 January 1810; Next 6 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

6 January 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 January 1810
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1)  The Faggot Makers (22)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 5 January 1810; Next 8 January 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (10)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 5 January 1810; Next 8 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (22)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 5 January 1810; Next 8 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

8 January 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 January 1810
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1)  The Faggot Makers (23)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 6 January 1810; Next 9 January 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (11)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 6 January 1810; Next 9 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (23)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 6 January 1810; Next 9 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

9 January 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 January 1810
advertisement
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1)  The Faggot Makers (24)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 8 January 1810; Next 10 January 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (12)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 8 January 1810; Next 10 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (24)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 8 January 1810; Next 10 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

10 January 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 January 1810
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1)  The Faggot Makers (25)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 9 January 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Youens
      Hunt
      Miss H. Bologna
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (13)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 9 January 1810; Next 11 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (25)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 9 January 1810; Next 11 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

11 January 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 January 1810
advertisement
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1)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (14)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 10 January 1810; Next 12 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (26)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 10 January 1810; Next 12 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


12 January 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (15)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 11 January 1810; Next 13 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (27)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 11 January 1810; Next 13 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

13 January 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
13 January 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (16)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 12 January 1810; Next 15 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (28)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 12 January 1810; Next 15 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

15 January 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
13 January 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (17)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 13 January 1810; Next 16 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (29)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 13 January 1810; Next 16 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

16 January 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
13 January 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (18)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 15 January 1810; Next 17 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (30)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 15 January 1810; Next 17 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

17 January 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
13 January 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (19)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 16 January 1810; Next 18 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (31)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 16 January 1810; Next 18 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

18 January 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
13 January 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (20)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 17 January 1810; Next 19 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (32)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 17 January 1810; Next 19 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

19 January 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
13 January 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (21)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 18 January 1810; Next 20 January 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (33)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 18 January 1810; Next 20 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

20 January 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
13 January 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (22)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 19 January 1810; Next 5 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (34)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 19 January 1810; Next 22 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

22 January 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
22 January 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bashaw; or, [Midnight] Adventures of Three Spaniards (1)

Title Comment:  Originally subtitled Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Performances:  First 22 January 1810; Next 23 January 1810

Genre:  (Musical entertainment) admired musical melo dramatic burletta

First Night Cast:

Raymond: [William?] Broadhurst
Osmin: [James F.] Pyne
Jaques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hassan: J[ohn] Isaacs
ladies of the seraglio:
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
      Miss H. Bologna
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Westley
      Miss Smith
      Miss Bates
      Miss Jones
Zelas: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Bashaw: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (35)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 20 January 1810; Next 23 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

Dance

Entertainment

Title: General Commentary

General, Song


23 January 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
22 January 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bashaw; or, [Midnight] Adventures of Three Spaniards (2)

Performances:  First 22 January 1810; Previous 22 January 1810; Next 24 January 1810

Cast:

Raymond: [William?] Broadhurst
Osmin: [James F.] Pyne
Jaques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hassan: J[ohn] Isaacs
ladies of the seraglio:
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
      Miss H. Bologna
      Miss A. Lever
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Westley
      Miss Smith
      Miss Bates
      Miss Jones
      Miss Ruggles
Zelas: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Bashaw: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (36)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 22 January 1810; Next 24 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

24 January 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
22 January 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bashaw; or, [Midnight] Adventures of Three Spaniards (3)

Performances:  First 22 January 1810; Previous 23 January 1810; Next 25 January 1810

Cast:

Raymond: [William?] Broadhurst
Osmin: [James F.] Pyne
Jaques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hassan: J[ohn] Isaacs
ladies of the seraglio:
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
      Miss H. Bologna
      Miss A. Lever
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Westley
      Miss Smith
      Miss Bates
      Miss Jones
      Miss Ruggles
Zelas: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Bashaw: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (37)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 23 January 1810; Next 25 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

25 January 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 January 1810
playbill
British Library

1)  The Bashaw; or, [Midnight] Adventures of Three Spaniards (4)

Performances:  First 22 January 1810; Previous 24 January 1810; Next 26 January 1810

Cast:

Raymond: [William?] Broadhurst
Osmin: [James F.] Pyne
Jaques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hassan: J[ohn] Isaacs
ladies of the seraglio:
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
      Miss H. Bologna
      Miss A. Lever
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Westley
      Miss Smith
      Miss Bates
      Miss Jones
      Miss Ruggles
Zelas: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Bashaw: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
black slave: Hunt

Cast Changes:

ADDS  black slave: Hunt

Cast Commentary

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (38)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 24 January 1810; Next 26 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

26 January 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 January 1810
playbill
British Library

1)  The Bashaw; or, [Midnight] Adventures of Three Spaniards (5)

Performances:  First 22 January 1810; Previous 25 January 1810; Next 27 January 1810

Cast:

Raymond: [William?] Broadhurst
Osmin: [James F.] Pyne
Jaques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hassan: J[ohn] Isaacs
ladies of the seraglio:
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
      Miss H. Bologna
      Miss A. Lever
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Westley
      Miss Smith
      Miss Bates
      Miss Jones
      Miss Ruggles
Zelas: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Bashaw: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
black slave: Hunt

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (39)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 25 January 1810; Next 27 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

27 January 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 January 1810
playbill
British Library

1)  The Bashaw; or, [Midnight] Adventures of Three Spaniards (6)

Performances:  First 22 January 1810; Previous 26 January 1810; Next 29 January 1810

Cast:

Raymond: [William?] Broadhurst
Osmin: [James F.] Pyne
Jaques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hassan: J[ohn] Isaacs
ladies of the seraglio:
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
      Miss H. Bologna
      Miss A. Lever
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Westley
      Miss Smith
      Miss Bates
      Miss Jones
      Miss Ruggles
Zelas: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Bashaw: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
black slave: Hunt

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (40)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 26 January 1810; Next 29 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

29 January 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
29 January 1810
playbill
British Library

1)  The Bashaw; or, [Midnight] Adventures of Three Spaniards (7)

Performances:  First 22 January 1810; Previous 27 January 1810; Next 31 January 1810

Cast:

Raymond: [William?] Broadhurst
Osmin: [James F.] Pyne
Jaques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hassan: J[ohn] Isaacs
ladies of the seraglio:
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
      Miss H. Bologna
      Miss A. Lever
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Westley
      Miss Smith
      Miss Bates
      Miss Jones
      Miss Ruggles
Zelas: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Bashaw: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Cast Changes:

OMITS  black slave: Hunt

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (41)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 27 January 1810; Next 31 January 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

Cast Changes:

BUT  female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles (replaces Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott)

30 January 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Martyr's Day


31 January 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
29 January 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bashaw; or, [Midnight] Adventures of Three Spaniards (8)

Performances:  First 22 January 1810; Previous 29 January 1810; Next 1 February 1810

Cast:

Raymond: [William?] Broadhurst
Osmin: [James F.] Pyne
Jaques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hassan: J[ohn] Isaacs
ladies of the seraglio:
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
      Miss H. Bologna
      Miss A. Lever
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Westley
      Miss Smith
      Miss Bates
      Miss Jones
      Miss Ruggles
Zelas: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Bashaw: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (42)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 29 January 1810; Next 1 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

Title: General Commentary


1 February 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
29 January 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bashaw; or, [Midnight] Adventures of Three Spaniards (9)

Performances:  First 22 January 1810; Previous 31 January 1810; Next 2 February 1810

Cast:

Raymond: [William?] Broadhurst
Osmin: [James F.] Pyne
Jaques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hassan: J[ohn] Isaacs
ladies of the seraglio:
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
      Miss H. Bologna
      Miss A. Lever
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Westley
      Miss Smith
      Miss Bates
      Miss Jones
      Miss Ruggles
Zelas: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Bashaw: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (43)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 31 January 1810; Next 2 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

2 February 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
29 January 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bashaw; or, [Midnight] Adventures of Three Spaniards (10)

Performances:  First 22 January 1810; Previous 1 February 1810; Next 3 February 1810

Cast:

Raymond: [William?] Broadhurst
Osmin: [James F.] Pyne
Jaques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hassan: J[ohn] Isaacs
ladies of the seraglio:
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
      Miss H. Bologna
      Miss A. Lever
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Westley
      Miss Smith
      Miss Bates
      Miss Jones
      Miss Ruggles
Zelas: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Bashaw: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (44)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 1 February 1810; Next 3 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

3 February 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
29 January 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bashaw; or, [Midnight] Adventures of Three Spaniards (11)

Performances:  First 22 January 1810; Previous 2 February 1810; Next 3 April 1810

Cast:

Raymond: [William?] Broadhurst
Osmin: [James F.] Pyne
Jaques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hassan: J[ohn] Isaacs
ladies of the seraglio:
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
      Miss H. Bologna
      Miss A. Lever
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Westley
      Miss Smith
      Miss Bates
      Miss Jones
      Miss Ruggles
Zelas: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Bashaw: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (45)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 2 February 1810; Next 5 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

5 February 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 February 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Highland Miller (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; not in Nicoll

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Next 6 February 1810

Genre:  (Ballet) new Scotch ballet divertissement

First Night Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (23)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 20 January 1810; Next 6 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (46)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 3 February 1810; Next 6 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

6 February 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 February 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Highland Miller (2)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 5 February 1810; Next 7 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (24)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 5 February 1810; Next 7 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (47)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 5 February 1810; Next 7 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

7 February 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 February 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Highland Miller (3)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 6 February 1810; Next 8 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (25)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 6 February 1810; Next 8 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (48)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 6 February 1810; Next 8 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

8 February 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 February 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Highland Miller (4)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 7 February 1810; Next 9 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

Cast Changes:

ADDS  principal characters: Miss H. Bologna

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (26)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 7 February 1810; Next 9 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (49)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 7 February 1810; Next 9 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

9 February 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 February 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Highland Miller (5)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 8 February 1810; Next 10 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (27)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 8 February 1810; Next 10 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (50)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 8 February 1810; Next 10 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

10 February 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 February 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Highland Miller (6)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 9 February 1810; Next 12 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (28)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 9 February 1810; Next 12 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (51)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 9 February 1810; Next 12 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

12 February 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 February 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Highland Miller (7)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 10 February 1810; Next 13 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (29)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 10 February 1810; Next 13 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (52)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 10 February 1810; Next 13 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

13 February 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 February 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Highland Miller (8)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 12 February 1810; Next 14 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (30)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 12 February 1810; Next 14 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (53)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 12 February 1810; Next 14 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

14 February 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 February 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Highland Miller (9)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 13 February 1810; Next 15 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (31)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 13 February 1810; Next 15 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (54)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 13 February 1810; Next 15 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

15 February 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 February 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Highland Miller (10)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 14 February 1810; Next 16 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (32)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 14 February 1810; Next 16 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (55)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 14 February 1810; Next 16 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

16 February 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 February 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Highland Miller (11)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 15 February 1810; Next 17 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (33)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 15 February 1810; Next 17 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (56)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 15 February 1810; Next 17 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

17 February 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 February 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Highland Miller (12)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 16 February 1810; Next 19 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (34)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 16 February 1810; Next 19 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (57)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 16 February 1810; Next 19 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

19 February 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
19 February 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Highland Miller (13)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 17 February 1810; Next 20 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (35)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 17 February 1810; Next 20 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (58)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 17 February 1810; Next 20 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

20 February 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
19 February 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Highland Miller (14)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 19 February 1810; Next 21 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (36)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 19 February 1810; Next 21 February 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (59)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 19 February 1810; Next 21 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

21 February 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
19 February 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Highland Miller (15)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 20 February 1810; Next 22 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (37)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 20 February 1810; Next 8 March 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: Auld
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (60)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 20 February 1810; Next 22 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

22 February 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
19 February 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Highland Miller (16)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 21 February 1810; Next 23 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

2)  The Magistrate (1)

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott; Composer: James Sanderson

Performances:  First 22 February 1810; Next 23 February 1810

Genre:  (Musical entertainment) favorite burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James F.] Pyne
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: May
Fanny: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

Cast Commentary

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (61)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 21 February 1810; Next 23 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

23 February 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Highland Miller (17)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 22 February 1810; Next 24 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

2)  The Magistrate (2)

Performances:  First 22 February 1810; Previous 22 February 1810; Next 24 February 1810

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James F.] Pyne
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: May
Fanny: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (62)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 22 February 1810; Next 24 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

24 February 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
24 February 1810
advertisement
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1)  The Magistrate (3)

Performances:  First 22 February 1810; Previous 23 February 1810; Next 26 February 1810

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James F.] Pyne
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: May
Fanny: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Highland Miller (18)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 23 February 1810; Next 26 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (63)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 23 February 1810; Next 26 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Miss Ruggles
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna

26 February 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 February 1810
playbill
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1)  The Magistrate (4)

Performances:  First 22 February 1810; Previous 24 February 1810; Next 27 February 1810

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James F.] Pyne
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: May
Fanny: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Highland Miller (19)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 24 February 1810; Next 27 February 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna
principal character: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

Cast Changes:

ADDS  principal character: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

Cast Commentary

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (64)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 24 February 1810; Next 27 February 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

Cast Changes:

ADDS  friar: J[ohn] Isaacs
BUT  female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott (replaces Miss Ruggles)

Song

Dance

Entertainment


27 February 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 February 1810
playbill
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1)  The Magistrate (5)

Performances:  First 22 February 1810; Previous 26 February 1810; Next 1 March 1810

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James F.] Pyne
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: May
Fanny: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Highland Miller (20)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 26 February 1810; Next 1 March 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna
principal character: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (65)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 26 February 1810; Next 1 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

1 March 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 February 1810
playbill
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1)  The Magistrate (6)

Performances:  First 22 February 1810; Previous 27 February 1810; Next 2 March 1810

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James F.] Pyne
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: May
Fanny: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Highland Miller (21)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 27 February 1810; Next 2 March 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna
principal character: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (66)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 27 February 1810; Next 2 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

2 March 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 February 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (7)

Performances:  First 22 February 1810; Previous 1 March 1810; Next 3 March 1810

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James F.] Pyne
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: May
Fanny: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Highland Miller (22)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 1 March 1810; Next 3 March 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna
principal character: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (67)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 1 March 1810; Next 3 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

3 March 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 February 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (8)

Performances:  First 22 February 1810; Previous 2 March 1810; Next 5 March 1810

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James F.] Pyne
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: May
Fanny: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Highland Miller (23)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 2 March 1810; Next 5 March 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna
principal character: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (68)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 2 March 1810; Next 5 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

5 March 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 March 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (9)

Performances:  First 22 February 1810; Previous 3 March 1810; Next 6 March 1810

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James F.] Pyne
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: May
Fanny: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Highland Miller (24)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 3 March 1810; Next 6 March 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna
principal character: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (69)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 3 March 1810; Next 6 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

Song

Song Commentary


6 March 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 March 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (10)

Performances:  First 22 February 1810; Previous 5 March 1810; Next 10 March 1810

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James F.] Pyne
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: May
Fanny: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Highland Miller (25)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 5 March 1810; Next 8 March 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna
principal character: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (70)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 5 March 1810; Next 8 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

7 March 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Ash Wednesday


8 March 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 March 1810
playbill
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Benefit: Miss Scott

1)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (38)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 21 February 1810; Next 13 March 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: "Young Gentleman"
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mornington: "Young Gentleman" (replaces Auld)

2)  The Highland Miller (26)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 6 March 1810; Next 10 March 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna
principal character: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

3)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (1)

Title Comment:  "Adapt. from de Falbaire's play perf. before their Majesties in Fontainbleau, 1770" (bill)

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Performances:  First 8 March 1810; Next 12 March 1810

Genre:  (Comic operetta) comical farcical burletta from the French

First Night Cast:

Gripon (or Gripe, a miser): John Scott (1st app any stage)
Martin (or Hunks, a miser): [James F.] Pyne
Henriette (or Harriot, niece to Gripe): Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Madelon (or Jenny, servant to Gripe): Mrs. Daly
Aly (principal Janizary): J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: [Robert?] Stebbing
Osman: Jones
Jerosme (or Lively, nephew to Hunks): Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

4)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (71)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 6 March 1810; Next 10 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

General, Music

General, Dance

General, Entertainment


9 March 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


10 March 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 March 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (11)

Performances:  First 22 February 1810; Previous 6 March 1810

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James F.] Pyne
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: May
Fanny: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Highland Miller (27)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 8 March 1810; Next 3 April 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna
principal character: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (72)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 8 March 1810; Next 12 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

12 March 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 March 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (2)

Performances:  First 8 March 1810; Previous 8 March 1810; Next 13 March 1810

Cast:

Gripon: John Scott
Martin: [James F.] Pyne
Henriette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Madelon: Mrs. Daly
Aly: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: [Robert?] Stebbing
Osman: Jones
Jerosme: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (73)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 10 March 1810; Next 13 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

General, Dance


13 March 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 March 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (3)

Performances:  First 8 March 1810; Previous 12 March 1810; Next 15 March 1810

Cast:

Gripon: John Scott
Martin: [James F.] Pyne
Henriette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Madelon: Mrs. Daly
Aly: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: [Robert?] Stebbing
Osman: Jones
Jerosme: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (74)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 12 March 1810; Next 15 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

3)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (39)

Title Comment:  "By desire"

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 8 March 1810; Next 22 March 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: "Young Gentleman"
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

14 March 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


15 March 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
15 March 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (4)

Performances:  First 8 March 1810; Previous 13 March 1810; Next 17 March 1810

Cast:

Gripon: John Scott
Martin: [James F.] Pyne
Henriette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Madelon: Mrs. Daly
Aly: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: [Robert?] Stebbing
Osman: Jones
Jerosme: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (75)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 13 March 1810; Next 17 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

16 March 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 March 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition

General, Entertainment Commentary


17 March 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 March 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (5)

Performances:  First 8 March 1810; Previous 15 March 1810; Next 19 March 1810

Cast:

Gripon: John Scott
Martin: [James F.] Pyne
Henriette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Madelon: Mrs. Daly
Aly: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: [Robert?] Stebbing
Osman: Jones
Jerosme: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (76)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 15 March 1810; Next 19 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

19 March 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
19 March 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (6)

Performances:  First 8 March 1810; Previous 17 March 1810; Next 20 March 1810

Cast:

Gripon: John Scott
Martin: [James F.] Pyne
Henriette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Madelon: Mrs. Daly
Aly: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: [Robert?] Stebbing
Osman: Jones
Jerosme: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (77)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 17 March 1810; Next 20 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

20 March 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
19 March 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (7)

Performances:  First 8 March 1810; Previous 19 March 1810; Next 26 March 1810

Cast:

Gripon: John Scott
Martin: [James F.] Pyne
Henriette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Madelon: Mrs. Daly
Aly: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: [Robert?] Stebbing
Osman: Jones
Jerosme: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (78)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 19 March 1810; Next 22 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

Dance


21 March 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 March 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


22 March 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (40)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 13 March 1810; Next 24 March 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: "Young Gentleman"
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (79)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 20 March 1810; Next 24 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

23 March 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 March 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


24 March 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
24 March 1810
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (41)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 22 March 1810; Next 31 March 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: "Young Gentleman"
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (80)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 22 March 1810; Next 26 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

26 March 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 March 1810
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (8)

Performances:  First 8 March 1810; Previous 20 March 1810; Next 31 March 1810

Cast:

Gripon: John Scott
Martin: [James F.] Pyne
Henriette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Madelon: Mrs. Daly
Aly: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: [Robert?] Stebbing
Osman: Jones
Jerosme: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (81)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 24 March 1810; Next 31 March 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

Title: General Commentary


27 March 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


28 March 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 March 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


29 March 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


30 March 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 March 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


31 March 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
31 March 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (42)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 24 March 1810; Next 2 April 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: "Young Gentleman"
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (9)

Performances:  First 8 March 1810; Previous 26 March 1810; Next 2 April 1810

Cast:

Gripon: John Scott
Martin: [James F.] Pyne
Henriette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Madelon: Mrs. Daly
Aly: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: [Robert?] Stebbing
Osman: Jones
Jerosme: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (82)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 26 March 1810; Next 2 April 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

2 April 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 April 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (43)

Performances:  First 27 December 1809; Previous 31 March 1810

Cast:

Richard: [William?] Broadhurst
Mornington: "Young Gentleman"
first servant: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mary's father: [James F.] Pyne
Lord Edward: Lardner
assassin: Forster
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
second servant: Hunt
gibbet maker: [C. H.?] Simpson
Mary: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (10)

Performances:  First 8 March 1810; Previous 31 March 1810

Cast:

Gripon: John Scott
Martin: [James F.] Pyne
Henriette: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Madelon: Mrs. Daly
Aly: J[ohn] Isaacs
Mustapha: [Robert?] Stebbing
Osman: Jones
Jerosme: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (83)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 31 March 1810; Next 3 April 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs

3 April 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
3 April 1810
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: Miss Ruggles

Command of the Persian Ambassador: Unknown

1)  The Bashaw; or, [Midnight] Adventures of Three Spaniards (12)

Performances:  First 22 January 1810; Previous 3 February 1810

Cast:

Raymond: [William?] Broadhurst
Osmin: [James F.] Pyne
Jaques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hassan: J[ohn] Isaacs
ladies of the seraglio:
      Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
      Miss H. Bologna
      Miss A. Lever
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Westley
      Miss Smith
      Miss Bates
      Miss Jones
Zelas: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Bashaw: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Cast Changes:

OMITS  ladies of the seraglio: Miss Ruggles

2)  The Highland Miller (28)

Performances:  First 5 February 1810; Previous 10 March 1810

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      Hunt
      Lardner
      Youens
      Godbee
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      May
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. May
      Miss Jones
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss H. Bologna
principal character: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott

3)  The Necromancer; or, The Golden Key (84)

Performances:  First 11 December 1809; Previous 2 April 1810

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: [James F.] Pyne
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Cripplegateino, or Pantaloon: Lardner
Featherissimo, or Lover: Hunt
Old Dame Thump: Youens
Grim Whisker: Swan
Monsieur La Frog: Godbee
Tight Skin: Yates
Harlequin's serious Italian serenade:
      [William?] Broadhurst
      Chapman
      Miss Moor
      Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: J[ohn] Isaacs
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
postboy: Master Lardner
chimney sweeps:
      May
      Davis
fishwomen:
      Mrs. Daly
      Mrs. May
Italian confectioner: Cross
Anysideino, Necromancer's man, afterwards Clown: [James] Kirby
Rosa: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Columbine's four female attendants:
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Westley
      Miss Ruggles
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Elizabeth] Pincott
dancing Bacchanals and Bacchantes:
      Miss A. Lever
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Westley
      Miss Jones
      May
      Swan
      Godbee
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Euphrosyne: Mrs. [James F.] Pyne
Hebe: Miss Cook
Ganymead: Miss Smith
conductors of the car of Bacchus:
      Master Monro
      Master Witacar
      Master Sols
      Master Aubin
princes attendant on Bacchus:
      [James F.] Pyne
      J[ohn] Isaacs
      [William?] Broadhurst
females bearing offerings:
      Mrs. May
      Mrs. Daly
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Bacchus: Miss H. Bologna
friar: J[ohn] Isaacs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Columbine: Miss Ruggles

Cast Commentary

General, Song

General, Song Commentary

General, Dance


4 April 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 March 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


5 April 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


6 April 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 March 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


7 April 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


9 April 1810
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


10 April 1810
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


11 April 1810
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 March 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


12 April 1810
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


13 April 1810
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 March 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


14 April 1810
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 March 1810
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition

Seasonal Summary

Sans Pareil Theatre. Doors open 5:30, curtain 6:30, half price 8:30.

Ticket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

11 Dec 1809 - 14 Apr 1810; 94 performances: 94 evening

Benefit (2):Miss Ruggles (3 Apr 1810)
Miss Scott (8 Mar 1810)
Command of the Persian Ambassador (1):Unknown (3 Apr 1810)
Dark (13):Ash Wednesday (7 Mar 1810)
Boxing Day (26 Dec 1809)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1809)
Lent (9 Mar 1810, 14 Mar 1810, 27 Mar 1810, 29 Mar 1810, 5 Apr 1810, 7 Apr 1810, 9 Apr 1810, 10 Apr 1810, 12 Apr 1810)
Martyr's Day (30 Jan 1810)
Lent (10):[Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition (16 Mar 1810, 21 Mar 1810, 23 Mar 1810, 28 Mar 1810, 30 Mar 1810, 4 Apr 1810, 6 Apr 1810, 11 Apr 1810, 13 Apr 1810, 14 Apr 1810)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Scott, John
Stage directors:Scott, John
Orchestra conductors and leaders:Sanderson, James
Choreographers:Scott, Miss Jane M.
Musical composers and arrangers:Sanderson, James
Box bookkeepers:Caton
Printers:Lowndes and Hobbs, Marquis-court, Drury Lane (contractor)
T. Romney, Bridge-road, Lambeth (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

Louis, Madame Bashaw, The; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (22 Jan 1810)
Sanderson, James Bashaw, The; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (22 Jan 1810)
Magistrate, The (22 Feb 1810)
Necromancer, The; or, The Golden Key (11 Dec 1809)
Red Robber, The; or, The Statue in the Wood (11 Dec 1809)
Scott, Miss Jane M. Bashaw, The; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (22 Jan 1810)
Magistrate, The (22 Feb 1810)
Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (27 Dec 1809)
Necromancer, The; or, The Golden Key (11 Dec 1809)
Red Robber, The; or, The Statue in the Wood (11 Dec 1809)
Two Misers of Smyrna, The; or, Mufti's Tomb (8 Mar 1810)
Unknown Faggot Makers, The (11 Dec 1809)
Highland Miller, The (5 Feb 1810)

Song Composers/Pieces

Schmidt New bravura song (5 Mar 1810)
Unlisted Exciseman, The (26 Feb 1810)
Woman is Like, A (26 Feb 1810)

Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Just Like Love (20 Mar 1810)
Nosegay dance (22 Jan 1810)
Pas seul (11 Dec 1809)
Stick dance and combat (11 Dec 1809)

Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Dungeon: Clown's comic confession, The (26 Feb 1810)
Performance on two ladders (22 Jan 1810)
Requiem of village girls (11 Dec 1809)

Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted Superb scene of Bacchanalian bower and grand splendid procession in honor of Bacchus (11 Dec 1809)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Unattributed Dungeon of Inquisition (11 Dec 1809)
Enchanted wood with magic stiles (11 Dec 1809)
Illeg antechamber (11 Dec 1809)
Interior of Necromancer's study (11 Dec 1809)
Italian confectioner's shop (11 Dec 1809)
Italian villa (11 Dec 1809)
Magnificent grapery in the groves of Bacchus (11 Dec 1809)
Moonlight with serenade (11 Dec 1809)
Pantaloon's library (11 Dec 1809)
Square or public place with the port in the city of Smyrna (8 Mar 1810)
Statue of Columbine (11 Dec 1809)
Tomb of Harlequin (11 Dec 1809)
View near Florence (11 Dec 1809)
Vineyard (11 Dec 1809)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

Bashaw, The; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards

(Musical entertainment by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (12 Performances, 22 Jan 1810 - 3 Apr 1810)

Summary Cast:

*  Faggot Makers, The

(Comic Ballet by Unknown (Author) (25 Performances, 11 Dec 1809 - 10 Jan 1810)

Summary Cast:

*  Highland Miller, The

(Ballet by Unknown (Author) (28 Performances, 5 Feb 1810 - 3 Apr 1810)

Summary Cast:

Magistrate, The

(Musical entertainment by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Sanderson, James (Composer) (11 Performances, 22 Feb 1810 - 10 Mar 1810)

Summary Cast:

*  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew

(Burletta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (43 Performances, 27 Dec 1809 - 2 Apr 1810)

Summary Cast:

*  Necromancer, The; or, The Golden Key

(Comic pantomime by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Sanderson, James (Composer) (84 Performances, 11 Dec 1809 - 3 Apr 1810)

Summary Cast:

Red Robber, The; or, The Statue in the Wood

(Spectacle by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (12 Performances, 11 Dec 1809 - 23 Dec 1809)

Summary Cast:

Two Misers of Smyrna, The; or, Mufti's Tomb

(Comic operetta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (10 Performances, 8 Mar 1810 - 2 Apr 1810)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Aubin, Master

Auld

Broadhurst, William

Chapman

Cross

Davis

Forster

Godbee

Hunt

Isaacs, John

Jones

Kirby, James

Lardner

Lardner, Master

May

Monro, Master

Pyne, James F.

Schmidt

Scott, John

Simpson, C. H.

Sols, Master

Stebbing, Robert

Swan

Unlisted

Witacar, Master

Yates

Youens

Actresses

Bates, Miss

Bologna, Miss H.

Cook, Miss

Daly, Mrs.

Jones, Miss

Le Brun, Miss

Lever, Miss

Lever, Miss A.

May, Mrs.

Moor, Miss

Pincott, Mrs. Elizabeth

Pyne, Mrs. James F.

Ruggles, Miss

Scott, Miss Jane M.

Smith, Miss

Westley, Miss

Dancers

Auld

Bologna, Miss H.

Broadhurst, William

Pincott, Mrs. Elizabeth

Entertainers

Auld

Bologna, John P.

Isaacs, John

Kirby, James

Musicians

Schmidt

Singers

Isaacs, John

Jones

Pyne, James F.

Stebbing, Robert

General Music Composers/Pieces

Unlisted Performance on three instruments (11 Dec 1809)
Trumpet concerto (8 Mar 1810)

General Song Composers/Pieces

Unlisted Four-and-Twenty Lord Mayor's Shows (11 Dec 1809)
Hey Merry, Hey Down Derry (22 Jan 1810)
I Am the Boy for Bewitching Them (22 Jan 1810)

General Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Highland Miller, The (8 Mar 1810)
Just Like Love (12 Mar 1810)

General Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Dying scene from Mother White Cap (8 Mar 1810)
Lilliput Island; or, Automaton Shadows (11 Jan 1810)
Occasional address (8 Mar 1810)



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