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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 1811-1812

Edited by Frank McHugh

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

In 1811-12, the Sans Pareil excelled at pantomime.  As in the preceding season, a pantomime was given virtually every evening.  The casting, however, was less stable than in 1810-11. Auld played Harlequin for the entire season, and Miss Ruggles returned as Columbine for all but the last six evenings, when Miss Wells replaced her.  Miss Ruggles, who had performed at the Sans Pareil since the summer of 1808, was an accomplished dancer.  A review of the 1817 Olympic pantomime mentions the "known graces and agility" of her Columbine (Theatrical Inquisitor, November, 1817, p. 229).  Miss Ruggles left the Sans Pareil after the 1811-12 season.  James Barnes opened as Pantaloon, but stayed only until Christmas, when he left and made a great hit in The White Cat; or, Harlequin in Fairy Wood, with the Drury Lane Company, then at the Lyceum.  Pantaloon was thereafter played by F. S. Montignani, Swan, Edwards or Daly.  Lover (Harlequin) was most frequently Edwards (late of Glasgow), but sometimes Swan or Montignani.  Of the latter, the Monthly Mirror for May 1811 said snidely.  "It is whispered that Mr. Arnold's Monsieur Francesco Antonio Montagnani from Lisbon is a Mr. Muggins from Yorkshire."  (394).  "The celebrated Young Jones," played Clown most of the season.  The forceful, "leather-lunged" James Jones, "the noisiest biped our critical ears ever encountered" (Theatrical Inquisitor, November, 1817, p. 389) was, the British Stage and Literary Cabinet said, "the quintessence of trick, roguery, grimace" (January, 1817, p. 32) and "one of the best clowns we ever encountered" (February, 1818, p. 51).

Jane M. Scott's new pantomime dramatizing the legend of the poison tree and titled The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java, ran the longest and was the most timely of her pieces this year, playing sixty-five times successively, beginning the first evening of the season.  It celebrated the British expedition against Java, 4 August to 18 September 1811, in which 9,000 men under Lord Minto and Sir Stanford Raffles conquered a Franco-Dutch army of 17,000. This pantomime was perhaps as elaborate as the Scotts could make it, with fifty-eight major and minor roles and fifteen scenes.  It surely gratified the audience's patriotic impulses.  A sign of this nationalism was the new patriotic song (announced on a 23 December bill) by Miss Scott and orchestra leader, Michael Parnell, which was apparently added as the piece gained momentum.  The pantomime offered spectacle—a bridal procession with an incidental dance by the corps de ballet, and it provided both information and fantasy, presenting several views of Batavia and of a "superb orangerie and garden of Asiatic plants" and The Poison Tree concluded its run 4 February 1812.  The pantomime that had opened the preceding season, The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad, returned on 10 February for forty performances.

If Jane Scott did well by her pantomime performers with the openings she wrote for them, she seems to have done at least as well by her acting company, with such varied pieces as The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad, a comic opera which ran sixty-two evenings and returned in the next season.  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or The Bough of Yew, a romantic verse melodrama was submitted to the Lord Chamberlain in 1811 but first given in some form in 1809.  John Scott, proprietor, manager, machinist, specialist in magic lanterns and fireworks must have devised some powerful effects for such a Gothic piece as this.

The performers' roster swelled from the forty-four names of 1810-11 to fifty-eight this season.  Signor Montignani, (whatever his true origins) was active as composer and performer.  James Villiers, better known for his many years as a Sadler's Wells actor, appeared here for the first of nine seasons.  Mrs. Nathan E. Garrick (from the TR Bath), actor and singer, joined the company for one season, as did James Pack, acrobat and equilibrist, who performed in the two pantomimes and in variety acts.  Pack, touted in an 1812 Sadler's Wells advertisement as "The Protean Prodigy," later converted to Christianity and ungraciously wrote a pamphlet (1819) denouncing the theatres and circuses of his time.

The most notable incidental entertainments of 1811-12 included the dancing of Montignani, the singing of Sarah Jane Garrick, and the contortions of Pack, who sometimes played musical instruments "with head downwards," but more often made springs and somersets [somersaults], "the whole in a neat and chaste manner" (23 January bill).

John Peter "Jack" Bologna (1781-1846), popular as Harlequin to Grimaldi's Clown at Sadler's Wells and Covent Garden, but also known for his Lyceum Phantascopia and various other conjuring, hydraulic and fireworks exhibitions, engaged the theatre for Lenten entertainments.  He gave twelve one-man shows in 1811-12.

Eleven pieces were presented in the 120 evenings of this season, which began on 18 November 1811 and concluded on 9 April 1812.  Jane Scott enjoyed a benefit on 24 February, Pack on 3 March, Misses Stubbs and Ruggles on 5 March, and Simpson on 19 March.

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Daily Calendar for 1811-1812


18 November 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 November 1811
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

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

Title Comment:  from a poem by Southey

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Next 19 November 1811

Genre:  (Melodrama) favorite pathetic burletta

First Night Cast:

Richard: A. Jones (from TR Edinburgh, 1st app here)
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs (from TR Liverpool, 1st app here)
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers (1st app here)
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

Cast Commentary

2)  The Three Rivals (1)

Choreographer: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Next 19 November 1811

Genre:  (Ballet) new Venetian ballet divertissement

First Night Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      [James] Barnes
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani (from Lisbon Opera)

Cast Commentary

Scenery

Scenery Commentary

3)  The Lowland Romp (1)

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Next 19 November 1811

Genre:  (Comic operetta) comic opera burletta

First Night Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: A. Jones
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Mrs. Minton (1st time here)
 

Cast Commentary

4)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Inspired by government "recent" expedition against the island of Java. Description of poison tree from Dutch of N. P. Foeroch

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Next 19 November 1811

Genre:  (Pantomime) new comic pantomime

First Night Cast:

(criminals condemned to fetch poison from the tree)
      Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
      Gormez (afterwards Pantaloon): [James] Barnes
      Androule, afterwards Clown: Edwards (from Glasgow Theatre)
Mahometan priest (appointed by the Emperor to reside within fifteen miles of the tree): Minton
Priest's attendants (as boys):
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
Deleterious (an evil spirit, guardian of the poison tree): [James] Villiers
(minor poisons, his attendants)
      Mancinella: Riley
      Lobelia: Godbee
      Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
      Urtica (or Nettle): Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine (for the first four scenes): Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack (1st time here)
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
(characters in the last scene)
      Emperor of Java: Morelli
      nobles:
            A. Jones
            [Robert?] Stebbing
            Thorpe
            Daly
      pages:
            Miss Malpas
            Miss Le Brun
      sultanas:
            Mrs. Minton
            Mrs. Daly
            Miss E. Talbin
            Miss Stubbs
      dancing slaves:
            Riley
            Swan
            Barnard
            [C. H.?] Simpson
            Miss Lever
            Miss Ward
            Miss Robinson
            Miss Cummins
      soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted
principal dancer: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

Cast Commentary

Artistic Supervision

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description


19 November 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 November 1811
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 18 November 1811; Next 20 November 1811

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

2)  The Three Rivals (2)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 18 November 1811; Next 20 November 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

3)  The Lowland Romp (2)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 18 November 1811; Next 20 November 1811

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: A. Jones
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Mrs. Minton
 

4)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (2)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 18 November 1811; Next 20 November 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Edwards
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      A. Jones
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Riley
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
principal dancer: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

20 November 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 November 1811
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 19 November 1811; Next 21 November 1811

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

2)  The Three Rivals (3)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 19 November 1811; Next 21 November 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

3)  The Lowland Romp (3)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 19 November 1811; Next 21 November 1811

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: A. Jones
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Mrs. Minton
 

4)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (3)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 19 November 1811; Next 21 November 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Edwards
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      A. Jones
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Riley
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
principal dancer: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

21 November 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
21 November 1811
playbill
New York Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 20 November 1811; Next 22 November 1811

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

2)  The Three Rivals (4)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 20 November 1811; Next 22 November 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

3)  The Lowland Romp (4)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 20 November 1811; Next 22 November 1811

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: A. Jones
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Mrs. Minton
 

4)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (4)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 20 November 1811; Next 22 November 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Edwards
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      A. Jones
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Riley
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
principal dancer: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

22 November 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
21 November 1811
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 21 November 1811; Next 23 November 1811

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

2)  The Three Rivals (5)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 21 November 1811; Next 23 November 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

3)  The Lowland Romp (5)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 21 November 1811; Next 23 November 1811

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: A. Jones
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Mrs. Minton
 

4)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (5)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 21 November 1811; Next 23 November 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Edwards
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      A. Jones
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Riley
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
principal dancer: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

23 November 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
21 November 1811
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 22 November 1811; Next 25 November 1811

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

2)  The Three Rivals (6)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 22 November 1811; Next 2 December 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

3)  The Lowland Romp (6)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 22 November 1811; Next 25 November 1811

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: A. Jones
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Mrs. Minton
 

4)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (6)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 22 November 1811; Next 25 November 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Edwards
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      A. Jones
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Riley
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
principal dancer: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

25 November 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 November 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 23 November 1811; Next 26 November 1811

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Lowland Romp (7)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 23 November 1811; Next 26 November 1811

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: A. Jones
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Mrs. Minton
 

Title: General Commentary

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (7)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 23 November 1811; Next 26 November 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Edwards
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      A. Jones
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Riley
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
principal dancer: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

General, Advertisement


26 November 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 November 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 25 November 1811; Next 27 November 1811

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

2)  The Lowland Romp (8)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 25 November 1811; Next 27 November 1811

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: A. Jones
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Mrs. Minton
 

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (8)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 25 November 1811; Next 27 November 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Edwards
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      A. Jones
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Riley
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
principal dancer: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

27 November 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 November 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 26 November 1811; Next 28 November 1811

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

2)  The Lowland Romp (9)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 26 November 1811; Next 28 November 1811

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: A. Jones
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Mrs. Minton
 

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (9)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 26 November 1811; Next 28 November 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Edwards
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      A. Jones
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Riley
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
principal dancer: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

28 November 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 November 1811
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 27 November 1811; Next 29 November 1811

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

2)  The Lowland Romp (10)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 27 November 1811; Next 29 November 1811

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: A. Jones
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Mrs. Minton
 

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (10)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 27 November 1811; Next 29 November 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      A. Jones
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Riley
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones (replaces Edwards)
OMITS  principal dancer: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

Cast Commentary


29 November 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 November 1811
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 28 November 1811; Next 30 November 1811

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

2)  The Lowland Romp (11)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 28 November 1811; Next 30 November 1811

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: A. Jones
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Mrs. Minton
 

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (11)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 28 November 1811; Next 30 November 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      A. Jones
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Riley
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

30 November 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 November 1811
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 29 November 1811; Next 3 March 1812

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

2)  The Lowland Romp (12)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 29 November 1811; Next 10 February 1812

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: A. Jones
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Mrs. Minton
 

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (12)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 29 November 1811; Next 2 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      A. Jones
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Riley
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

2 December 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Rivals (7)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 23 November 1811; Next 3 December 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

Title: General Commentary

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

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

Author Commentary:  Author and composer given in DFo bill March 8, 1810

Performances:  First 2 December 1811; Next 3 December 1811

Genre:  (Comic operetta) comic opera burletta

First Night Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton (1st time in role)
Lively: Glenville
Ali: [James] Villiers
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osman: Daly
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriot: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick (from the Bath Theatre, 1st time here)

Cast Commentary

Song

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (13)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 30 November 1811; Next 3 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Riley
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Lover: Edwards
  principal vocal guards: Glenville
OMITS  principal vocal guards: A. Jones

Title: General Commentary

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


3 December 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Rivals (8)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 2 December 1811; Next 4 December 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

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

Performances:  First 2 December 1811; Previous 2 December 1811; Next 4 December 1811

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Lively: Glenville
Ali: [James] Villiers
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osman: Daly
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriot: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (14)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 2 December 1811; Next 4 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Riley
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

4 December 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Rivals (9)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 3 December 1811; Next 5 December 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

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

Performances:  First 2 December 1811; Previous 3 December 1811; Next 5 December 1811

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Lively: Glenville
Ali: [James] Villiers
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osman: Daly
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriot: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (15)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 3 December 1811; Next 5 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Riley
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

5 December 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 December 1811
playbill
New York Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Three Rivals (10)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 4 December 1811; Next 6 December 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

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

Performances:  First 2 December 1811; Previous 4 December 1811; Next 6 December 1811

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Lively: Glenville
Ali: [James] Villiers
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osman: Daly
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriot: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (16)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 4 December 1811; Next 6 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mancinella: Gray (replaces Riley)

6 December 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 December 1811
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Three Rivals (11)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 5 December 1811; Next 7 December 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

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

Performances:  First 2 December 1811; Previous 5 December 1811; Next 7 December 1811

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Lively: Glenville
Ali: [James] Villiers
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osman: Daly
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriot: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (17)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 5 December 1811; Next 7 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

7 December 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 December 1811
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Three Rivals (12)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 6 December 1811; Next 9 December 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

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

Performances:  First 2 December 1811; Previous 6 December 1811; Next 9 December 1811

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Lively: Glenville
Ali: [James] Villiers
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osman: Daly
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriot: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (18)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 6 December 1811; Next 9 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

9 December 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Rivals (13)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 7 December 1811; Next 10 December 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

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

Performances:  First 2 December 1811; Previous 7 December 1811; Next 10 December 1811

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Lively: Glenville
Ali: [James] Villiers
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osman: Daly
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriot: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (19)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 7 December 1811; Next 10 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

10 December 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Rivals (14)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 9 December 1811; Next 11 December 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

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

Performances:  First 2 December 1811; Previous 9 December 1811; Next 11 December 1811

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Lively: Glenville
Ali: [James] Villiers
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osman: Daly
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriot: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (20)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 9 December 1811; Next 11 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

11 December 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Rivals (15)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 10 December 1811; Next 12 December 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

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

Performances:  First 2 December 1811; Previous 10 December 1811; Next 12 December 1811

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Lively: Glenville
Ali: [James] Villiers
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osman: Daly
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriot: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (21)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 10 December 1811; Next 12 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

12 December 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Three Rivals (16)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 11 December 1811; Next 13 December 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

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

Performances:  First 2 December 1811; Previous 11 December 1811; Next 13 December 1811

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Lively: Glenville
Ali: [James] Villiers
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osman: Daly
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriot: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (22)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 11 December 1811; Next 13 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

13 December 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
13 December 1811
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Three Rivals (17)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 12 December 1811; Next 14 December 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (11)

Performances:  First 2 December 1811; Previous 12 December 1811; Next 14 December 1811

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Lively: Glenville
Ali: [James] Villiers
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osman: Daly
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriot: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (23)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 12 December 1811; Next 14 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

14 December 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Three Rivals (18)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 13 December 1811; Next 30 December 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      [James] Barnes

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (12)

Performances:  First 2 December 1811; Previous 13 December 1811; Next 20 February 1812

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Lively: Glenville
Ali: [James] Villiers
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osman: Daly
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriot: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (24)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 13 December 1811; Next 16 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

16 December 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Nicoll has The Vizier's Son, The Merchant's Daughter and The Ugly Woman; or, The Maid of Bagdad

Author: [Miss Jane M. Scott]; Choreographer: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani; Composer: Michael Parnell

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Next 17 December 1811

Genre:  (Comic operetta) comic opera burletta

First Night Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz (Cadi of Bagdad): [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad (the Vizier's son, under the assumed name of Halden): Hudson
Saldanah (rich merchant): [James] Villiers
Omer (a taylor): Minton
Mahmut (an Aga, attendant on the Cadi): Thorpe
(inferior officers of the Cadi's court)
      Zapho: Daly
      Rushoh: Gray
      Lorif: Martin
Suanza (wife to Cadi): Mrs. Daly
Panzake (taylor's daughter): [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto (the merchant's daughter): Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs

Cast Commentary

2)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (25)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 14 December 1811; Next 17 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

Spectacle

General, Song

General, Entertainment


17 December 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (2)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 16 December 1811; Next 18 December 1811

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (26)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 16 December 1811; Next 18 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

18 December 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (3)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 17 December 1811; Next 19 December 1811

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (27)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 17 December 1811; Next 19 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

19 December 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (4)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 18 December 1811; Next 20 December 1811

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (28)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 18 December 1811; Next 20 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

20 December 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (5)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 19 December 1811; Next 21 December 1811

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (29)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 19 December 1811; Next 21 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

21 December 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (6)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 20 December 1811; Next 23 December 1811

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (30)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 20 December 1811; Next 23 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

23 December 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
23 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (7)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 21 December 1811; Next 26 December 1811

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (31)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 21 December 1811; Next 26 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: [James] Barnes
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

Song

Song Commentary

General, Song


24 December 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Christmas Eve


25 December 1811
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Christmas Day


26 December 1811
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 December 1811
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (8)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 23 December 1811; Next 27 December 1811

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (32)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 23 December 1811; Next 27 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani (replaces [James] Barnes)

Cast Commentary


27 December 1811
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 December 1811
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (9)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 26 December 1811; Next 28 December 1811

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (33)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 26 December 1811; Next 28 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

28 December 1811
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 December 1811
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (10)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 27 December 1811; Next 30 December 1811

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (34)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 27 December 1811; Next 30 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

30 December 1811
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
30 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Rivals (19)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 14 December 1811; Next 31 December 1811

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      Edwards

Cast Changes:

ADDS  principal dancers: Edwards
OMITS  principal dancers: [James] Barnes

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (11)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 28 December 1811; Next 31 December 1811

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (35)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 28 December 1811; Next 31 December 1811

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

31 December 1811
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
30 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Rivals (20)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 30 December 1811; Next 1 January 1812

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      Edwards

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (12)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 30 December 1811; Next 1 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (36)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 30 December 1811; Next 1 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

1 January 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
30 December 1811
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Rivals (21)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 31 December 1811; Next 2 January 1812

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      Edwards

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (13)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 31 December 1811; Next 2 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (37)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 31 December 1811; Next 2 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

2 January 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 January 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Three Rivals (22)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 1 January 1812; Next 3 January 1812

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      Edwards

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (14)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 1 January 1812; Next 3 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (38)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 1 January 1812; Next 3 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

3 January 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 January 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Three Rivals (23)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 2 January 1812; Next 4 January 1812

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      Edwards

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (15)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 2 January 1812; Next 4 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (39)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 2 January 1812; Next 4 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

4 January 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 January 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Three Rivals (24)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 3 January 1812

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Ward
      Mrs. Robinson
      Auld
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
      Edwards

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (16)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 3 January 1812; Next 9 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (40)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 3 January 1812; Next 6 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

6 January 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
6 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (1)

Choreographer: Auld

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Next 7 January 1812

Genre:  (Ballet) new comic dance

First Night Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller

Entertainment

2)  The Animated Effigy (1)

Author: [Miss Jane M. Scott]

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Next 7 January 1812

Genre:  (Farce) burletta

First Night Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson (1st time this role)
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers (1st time in role)
Philip: Minton (1st time this role)
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (41)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 4 January 1812; Next 7 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

7 January 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
6 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (2)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 6 January 1812; Next 8 January 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Animated Effigy (2)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 6 January 1812; Next 8 January 1812

Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers
Philip: Minton
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (42)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 6 January 1812; Next 8 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

8 January 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
6 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (3)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 7 January 1812; Next 9 January 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Animated Effigy (3)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 7 January 1812; Next 13 January 1812

Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers
Philip: Minton
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (43)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 7 January 1812; Next 9 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

9 January 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (4)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 8 January 1812; Next 10 January 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (17)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 4 January 1812; Next 10 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (44)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 8 January 1812; Next 10 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

10 January 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (5)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 9 January 1812; Next 11 January 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (18)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 9 January 1812; Next 11 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (45)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 9 January 1812; Next 11 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

11 January 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (6)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 10 January 1812; Next 23 January 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (19)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 10 January 1812; Next 13 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (46)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 10 January 1812; Next 13 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

13 January 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
13 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Animated Effigy (4)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 8 January 1812; Next 14 January 1812

Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers
Philip: Minton
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (20)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 11 January 1812; Next 14 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mahmut: Daly (replaces Thorpe)
  Zapho: Thorpe (replaces Daly)

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (47)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 11 January 1812; Next 14 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

General, Song

General, Dance


14 January 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
13 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Animated Effigy (5)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 13 January 1812; Next 15 January 1812

Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers
Philip: Minton
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (21)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 13 January 1812; Next 15 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (48)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 13 January 1812; Next 15 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

15 January 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
13 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Animated Effigy (6)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 14 January 1812; Next 3 February 1812

Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers
Philip: Minton
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (22)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 14 January 1812; Next 16 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (49)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 14 January 1812; Next 16 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
Lover: Edwards
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

16 January 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (1)

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Next 17 January 1812

Genre:  (Farce) favorite burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick (1st time this role)
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (23)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 15 January 1812; Next 17 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (50)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 15 January 1812; Next 17 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

OMITS  Lover: Edwards

Cast Commentary

General, Dance


17 January 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (2)

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Previous 16 January 1812; Next 18 January 1812

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (24)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 16 January 1812; Next 18 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (51)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 16 January 1812; Next 18 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

18 January 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (3)

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Previous 17 January 1812; Next 20 January 1812

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (25)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 17 January 1812; Next 20 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (52)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 17 January 1812; Next 20 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

20 January 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
20 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (4)

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Previous 18 January 1812; Next 21 January 1812

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (26)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 18 January 1812; Next 21 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

Cast Changes:

BUT  Suanza: Mrs. Minton (replaces Mrs. Daly)

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (53)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 18 January 1812; Next 21 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

21 January 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
20 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (5)

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Previous 20 January 1812; Next 22 January 1812

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (27)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 20 January 1812; Next 22 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (54)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 20 January 1812; Next 22 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

22 January 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
20 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (6)

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Previous 21 January 1812; Next 31 January 1812

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
Edward: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (28)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 21 January 1812; Next 23 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (55)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 21 January 1812; Next 23 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

23 January 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
23 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (7)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 11 January 1812; Next 24 January 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (29)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 22 January 1812; Next 24 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (56)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 22 January 1812; Next 24 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


24 January 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
23 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (8)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 23 January 1812; Next 25 January 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (30)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 23 January 1812; Next 25 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (57)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 23 January 1812; Next 25 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

25 January 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
23 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (9)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 24 January 1812; Next 27 January 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (31)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 24 January 1812; Next 27 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (58)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 24 January 1812; Next 27 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

27 January 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
27 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (10)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 25 January 1812; Next 28 January 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (32)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 25 January 1812; Next 28 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (59)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 25 January 1812; Next 28 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

28 January 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
27 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (11)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 27 January 1812; Next 29 January 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (33)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 27 January 1812; Next 29 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (60)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 27 January 1812; Next 29 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

29 January 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
27 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (12)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 28 January 1812; Next 10 February 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (34)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 28 January 1812; Next 31 January 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (61)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 28 January 1812; Next 31 January 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Daly
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

30 January 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Martyr's Day


31 January 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
31 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (7)

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Previous 22 January 1812; Next 1 February 1812

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
Edward: Glenville
 

Cast Changes:

BUT  Edward: Glenville (replaces Miss [Jane M.] Scott)

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (35)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 29 January 1812; Next 1 February 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (62)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 29 January 1812; Next 1 February 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Minton
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Minton (replaces Mrs. Daly)

1 February 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
31 January 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (8)

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Previous 31 January 1812; Next 3 February 1812

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
Edward: Glenville
 

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (36)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 31 January 1812; Next 6 February 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (63)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 31 January 1812; Next 3 February 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Minton
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

3 February 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
3 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (9)

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Previous 1 February 1812; Next 4 February 1812

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
Edward: Glenville
 

2)  The Animated Effigy (7)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 15 January 1812; Next 4 February 1812

Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers
Philip: Minton
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (64)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 1 February 1812; Next 4 February 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Minton
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

4 February 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
3 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (10)

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Previous 3 February 1812; Next 6 February 1812

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
Edward: Glenville
 

2)  The Animated Effigy (8)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 3 February 1812; Next 6 February 1812

Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers
Philip: Minton
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Poison Tree; or, Harlequin in Java (65)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 3 February 1812

Cast:

Arcazar, Javanese noble, afterwards Harlequin: Auld
Gormez: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Androule, afterwards Clown: Young Jones
Mahometan priest: Minton
Priest's attendants:
      Miss Clark
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
principal vocal guards:
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Daly
      Thorpe
      Glenville
Deleterious: [James] Villiers
Mancinella: Gray
Lobelia: Godbee
Deadly Nightshade: Mrs. Robinson
Urtica: Miss Thorpe
skeletons at the foot of the tree:
      Hill
      Shaw
Hydrena, daughter to Deleterious, vocal Columbine: Miss E. Stubbs
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
wild man of the wood: [James] Pack
Abel Drugger: Minton
Mrs. Abel Drugger: Mrs. Minton
Miss Abel Drugger: Miss Thorpe
animated black boy: Master Edwards
cunning woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
Dick Dash: [James] Villiers
Mistress of the straw hat shop: Miss Talbin
stay maker: Swan
French officer: Daly
French soldiers:
      Cross
      Barnard
      Squires
British naval officer: Godbee
sailors:
      Baldwin
      Cox
      Wilson
Emperor of Java: Morelli
nobles:
      A. Jones
      [Robert?] Stebbing
      Thorpe
      Daly
pages:
      Miss Malpas
      Miss Le Brun
sultanas:
      Mrs. Minton
      Mrs. Daly
      Miss E. Talbin
      Miss Stubbs
dancing slaves:
      Riley
      Swan
      Barnard
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Ward
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
soldier and sailor lasses, sparrers, mantua makers, milliners, pie man, sausage woman, toy woman, singing master, showman, stall men and women: Unlisted

5 February 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Fast Day


6 February 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
6 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (11)

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Previous 4 February 1812; Next 7 February 1812

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
Edward: Glenville
 

2)  The Animated Effigy (9)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 4 February 1812; Next 7 February 1812

Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers
Philip: Minton
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (37)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 1 February 1812; Next 7 February 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

7 February 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
6 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (12)

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Previous 6 February 1812; Next 8 February 1812

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
Edward: Glenville
 

2)  The Animated Effigy (10)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 6 February 1812; Next 8 February 1812

Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers
Philip: Minton
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (38)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 6 February 1812; Next 8 February 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

8 February 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
6 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (13)

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Previous 7 February 1812; Next 18 February 1812

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
Edward: Glenville
 

2)  The Animated Effigy (11)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 7 February 1812; Next 13 February 1812

Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers
Philip: Minton
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (39)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 7 February 1812; Next 11 February 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

10 February 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (13)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 29 January 1812; Next 11 February 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Lowland Romp (13)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 30 November 1811; Next 15 February 1812

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

Cast Changes:

BUT  Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott (replaces Mrs. Minton)
  Lord Glenroy: Glenville (replaces A. Jones)

Cast Commentary

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (1)

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

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Next 11 February 1812

Genre:  (Pantomime) favorite comic pantomime

First Night Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball (or Clown): Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg (Crabstick's man): [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

Song

Dance

Entertainment

Spectacle

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

General, Advertisement


11 February 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (14)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 10 February 1812; Next 13 February 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (40)

Title Comment:  Advertised as The Ugly Woman of Bagdad

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 8 February 1812; Next 17 February 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (2)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 10 February 1812; Next 13 February 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

12 February 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Ash Wednesday


13 February 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (15)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 11 February 1812; Next 15 February 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Animated Effigy (12)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 8 February 1812; Next 22 February 1812

Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers
Philip: Minton
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (3)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 11 February 1812; Next 15 February 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

14 February 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


15 February 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (16)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 13 February 1812; Next 17 February 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Lowland Romp (14)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 10 February 1812; Next 18 February 1812

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (4)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 13 February 1812; Next 17 February 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

17 February 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (17)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 15 February 1812; Next 20 February 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (41)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 11 February 1812; Next 24 February 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (5)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 15 February 1812; Next 18 February 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

18 February 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (14)

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Previous 8 February 1812; Next 22 February 1812

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
Edward: Glenville
 

2)  The Lowland Romp (15)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 15 February 1812; Next 29 February 1812

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (6)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 17 February 1812; Next 20 February 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

19 February 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


20 February 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (18)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 17 February 1812; Next 2 April 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (13)

Performances:  First 2 December 1811; Previous 14 December 1811; Next 25 February 1812

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Lively: Glenville
Ali: [James] Villiers
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osman: Daly
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriot: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (7)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 18 February 1812; Next 22 February 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

21 February 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


22 February 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Magistrate (15)

Performances:  First 16 January 1812; Previous 18 February 1812

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: Thorpe
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Martin
Fanny: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
Edward: Glenville
 

2)  The Animated Effigy (13)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 13 February 1812; Next 27 February 1812

Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers
Philip: Minton
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (8)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 20 February 1812; Next 24 February 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

General, Song


24 February 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
24 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Benefit: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (42)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 17 February 1812; Next 2 March 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

Cast Changes:

BUT  Suanza: Mrs. Daly (replaces Mrs. Minton)

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Nicoll gives 27/2/1812 as 1st perf date; DFo bill of next day mentions performance this night

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

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Next 25 February 1812

Genre:  (Comic operetta) new serio-comic opera burletta

First Night Cast:

Marquis de Montesa (under assumed name Count de Tourvile): Hudson
Hubert (faithful servant to the Marchioness de Montesa): [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre (valet to the supposed count): Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick (or Siffred, the unknown son of the Marquis de Montesa, under the disguise of a peasant boy): Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha (mistress of a vintage): Minton
Eva (her daughter): Mrs. Minton
Louis (Eva's son): Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa (under the assumed character of the Count's mistress): Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Edwards
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Cuffley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (9)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 22 February 1812; Next 25 February 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

Dance


25 February 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (2)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 24 February 1812; Next 27 February 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Two Misers of Smyrna; or, Mufti's Tomb (14)

Performances:  First 2 December 1811; Previous 20 February 1812

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Lively: Glenville
Ali: [James] Villiers
Mustapha: Thorpe
Osman: Daly
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriot: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (10)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 24 February 1812; Next 27 February 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

Title: General Commentary


26 February 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


27 February 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (3)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 25 February 1812; Next 29 February 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Animated Effigy (14)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 22 February 1812; Next 5 March 1812

Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers
Philip: Minton
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (11)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 25 February 1812; Next 29 February 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

28 February 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


29 February 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 February 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (4)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 27 February 1812; Next 2 March 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Lowland Romp (16)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 18 February 1812; Next 2 April 1812

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (12)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 27 February 1812; Next 2 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

2 March 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 March 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (43)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 24 February 1812; Next 12 March 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

Cast Changes:

BUT  Suanza: Mrs. Minton (replaces Mrs. Daly)

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (5)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 29 February 1812; Next 3 March 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (13)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 29 February 1812; Next 3 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

General, Advertisement


3 March 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 March 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Benefit: James Pack

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (6)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 2 March 1812; Next 5 March 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

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

Title Comment:  bill states "will be repeated during present week"

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 30 November 1811; Next 7 March 1812

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (14)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 2 March 1812; Next 5 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

Title: General Commentary


4 March 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 March 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


5 March 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 March 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Benefit: Miss Stubbs and Miss Ruggles

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (7)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 3 March 1812; Next 7 March 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Animated Effigy (15)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 27 February 1812

Cast:

Harry Fairmile: Hudson
Sir George Loiter: [James] Villiers
Philip: Minton
Farmer Thorn: [Robert?] Stebbing
Tom: Martin
Lady Rachel: Mrs. Daly
Rachel Thorn: Miss Stubbs
Patty: Mrs. Minton
Sneerwell: Miss Lever
Lady Augusta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (15)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 3 March 1812; Next 7 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

Title: General Commentary


6 March 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 March 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


7 March 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
7 March 1812
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (8)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 5 March 1812; Next 9 March 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (14)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 3 March 1812; Next 9 March 1812

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (16)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 5 March 1812; Next 9 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

9 March 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (9)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 7 March 1812; Next 10 March 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 7 March 1812; Next 10 March 1812

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (17)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 7 March 1812; Next 10 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

10 March 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (10)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 9 March 1812; Next 19 March 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 9 March 1812; Next 12 March 1812

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (18)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 9 March 1812; Next 12 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

11 March 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 March 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


12 March 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 10 March 1812; Next 14 March 1812

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (44)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 2 March 1812; Next 14 March 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (19)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 10 March 1812; Next 14 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

13 March 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 March 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


14 March 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 March 1812
advertisement
The London Times

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 12 March 1812; Next 16 March 1812

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (45)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 12 March 1812; Next 16 March 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (20)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 12 March 1812; Next 16 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

16 March 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 14 March 1812; Next 17 March 1812

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (46)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 14 March 1812; Next 17 March 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (21)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 14 March 1812; Next 17 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

17 March 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

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

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 16 March 1812

Cast:

Richard: A. Jones
Mary: Miss E. Stubbs
Mary's father: Minton
Wilmore: [James] Villiers
Farmer Stiles: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mornington: Auld

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (47)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 16 March 1812; Next 19 March 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (22)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 16 March 1812; Next 19 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Swan
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Edwards
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

18 March 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 March 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


19 March 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
19 March 1812
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: [C. H.?] Simpson

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (11)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 10 March 1812; Next 21 March 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

Song

Dance

Dance Commentary

Entertainment

Entertainment Commentary

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (48)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 17 March 1812; Next 21 March 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

Song

Song Commentary

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (23)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 17 March 1812; Next 21 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Wells
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

Cast Changes:

BUT  Columbine: Miss Wells (replaces Miss Ruggles)
  Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly (replaces Edwards)
  Harlequin: Auld (replaces Swan)

Dance

Dance Commentary

General, Advertisement


20 March 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 March 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


21 March 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (12)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 19 March 1812; Next 23 March 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (49)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 19 March 1812; Next 23 March 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (24)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 19 March 1812; Next 23 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Wells
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

23 March 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (13)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 21 March 1812; Next 24 March 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (50)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 21 March 1812; Next 24 March 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (25)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 21 March 1812; Next 24 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Wells
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

24 March 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (14)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 23 March 1812; Next 26 March 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (51)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 23 March 1812; Next 26 March 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (26)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 23 March 1812; Next 26 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Wells
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

25 March 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 March 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


26 March 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (15)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 24 March 1812; Next 28 March 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (52)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 24 March 1812; Next 28 March 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (27)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 24 March 1812; Next 28 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Wells
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

27 March 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Good Friday


28 March 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (16)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 26 March 1812; Next 30 March 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (53)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 26 March 1812; Next 30 March 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (28)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 26 March 1812; Next 30 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Wells
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

30 March 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
30 March 1812
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (17)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 28 March 1812; Next 31 March 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (54)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 28 March 1812; Next 31 March 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (29)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 28 March 1812; Next 31 March 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

Cast Changes:

BUT  Columbine: Miss Ruggles (replaces Miss Wells)

31 March 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
30 March 1812
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (18)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 30 March 1812; Next 1 April 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (55)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 30 March 1812; Next 1 April 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (30)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 30 March 1812; Next 1 April 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

1 April 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
30 March 1812
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (19)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 31 March 1812; Next 2 April 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
      Edwards
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Swan
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Miss Lever
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (56)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 31 March 1812; Next 6 April 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Thorpe
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Minton
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs
      Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (31)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 31 March 1812; Next 2 April 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: [C. H.?] Simpson
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: [James] Pack
old maid: [C. H.?] Simpson
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Daly
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
      Miss Lever
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

2 April 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 April 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (19)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 20 February 1812; Next 3 April 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller

Cast Changes:

OMITS  principal characters: Miss Lever

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (20)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 1 April 1812; Next 3 April 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss Stubbs
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Malpas
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Cainsley
      Godbee

Cast Changes:

ADDS  peasants in the festival dance: Cainsley
  peasants in the festival dance: Godbee
BUT  Frederick: Miss Stubbs (replaces Miss [Jane M.] Scott)
  Louis: Miss Malpas (replaces Miss Le Brun)
OMITS  peasants in the festival dance: Miss Lever
  peasants in the festival dance: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani
  peasants in the festival dance: Swan
  peasants in the festival dance: [C. H.?] Simpson
  principal vocal peasants: Edwards

3)  The Lowland Romp (17)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 29 February 1812; Next 3 April 1812

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (32)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 1 April 1812; Next 3 April 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Swan
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: Cainsley
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: Martin
old maid: Cainsley
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Gray
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

Cast Changes:

BUT  Fagg: Cainsley (replaces [C. H.?] Simpson)
  Frisk, or Lover: Swan (replaces Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani)
  Goody Twitch: Martin (replaces [James] Pack)
  earthenware man: Gray (replaces Daly)
  old maid: Cainsley (replaces [C. H.?] Simpson)
OMITS  Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen: Miss Lever

General, Song


3 April 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 April 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (20)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 2 April 1812; Next 4 April 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (21)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 2 April 1812; Next 4 April 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss Stubbs
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Malpas
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Cainsley
      Godbee

3)  The Lowland Romp (18)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 2 April 1812; Next 4 April 1812

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (33)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 2 April 1812; Next 4 April 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Swan
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: Cainsley
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: Martin
old maid: Cainsley
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Gray
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

4 April 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 April 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (21)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 3 April 1812; Next 6 April 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (22)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 3 April 1812; Next 9 April 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss Stubbs
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Malpas
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Cainsley
      Godbee

3)  The Lowland Romp (19)

Performances:  First 18 November 1811; Previous 3 April 1812

Cast:

Duncan: [Robert?] Stebbing
'Squire Dashwood: Thorpe
Lord Glenroy: Glenville
Dame Donald: Mrs. Daly
Jane: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

4)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (34)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 3 April 1812; Next 6 April 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Swan
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: Cainsley
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Godbee
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: Martin
old maid: Cainsley
egg-man: Shaw
earthenware man: Gray
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Le Brun
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

6 April 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
6 April 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (22)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 4 April 1812; Next 7 April 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (57)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 1 April 1812; Next 7 April 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: Daly
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mahmut: Thorpe (replaces Daly)
  Panzake: Daly (replaces [C. H.?] Simpson)
  Suanza: Mrs. Daly (replaces Mrs. Minton)
  Zapho: Daly (replaces Thorpe)
OMITS  principal dancers and vocalists: Sig. [Francisco A.] Montignani

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (35)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 4 April 1812; Next 7 April 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Swan
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: Shaw
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Tobin
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: Martin
old maid: Godbee
egg-man: Brown
earthenware man: Gray
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Jefferson
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

Cast Changes:

BUT  Cupid: Miss Jefferson (replaces Miss Le Brun)
  Fagg: Shaw (replaces Cainsley)
  egg-man: Brown (replaces Shaw)
  officer: Tobin (replaces Godbee)
  old maid: Godbee (replaces Cainsley)

7 April 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
6 April 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (23)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 6 April 1812; Next 8 April 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (58)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 6 April 1812; Next 8 April 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: Daly
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (36)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 6 April 1812; Next 8 April 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Swan
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: Shaw
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Tobin
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: Martin
old maid: Godbee
egg-man: Brown
earthenware man: Gray
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Jefferson
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

8 April 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
6 April 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Merry Woodmen (24)

Performances:  First 6 January 1812; Previous 7 April 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      Auld
      A. Jones
      Daly
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Miller

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (59)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 7 April 1812; Next 9 April 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: Daly
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (37)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 7 April 1812; Next 9 April 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Swan
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: Shaw
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Tobin
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: Martin
old maid: Godbee
egg-man: Brown
earthenware man: Gray
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Jefferson
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

9 April 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 April 1812
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (23)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 4 April 1812; Next 10 April 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss Stubbs
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Malpas
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Cainsley
      Godbee

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (60)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 8 April 1812; Next 10 April 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: Daly
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (38)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 8 April 1812; Next 10 April 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Swan
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: Shaw
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Tobin
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: Martin
old maid: Godbee
egg-man: Brown
earthenware man: Gray
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Jefferson
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

10 April 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 April 1812
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (24)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 9 April 1812; Next 11 April 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss Stubbs
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Malpas
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Cainsley
      Godbee

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (61)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 9 April 1812; Next 11 April 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: Daly
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (39)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 9 April 1812; Next 11 April 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Swan
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: Shaw
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Tobin
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: Martin
old maid: Godbee
egg-man: Brown
earthenware man: Gray
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Jefferson
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

11 April 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 April 1812
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (25)

Performances:  First 24 February 1812; Previous 10 April 1812

Cast:

Marquis de Montesa: Hudson
Hubert: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Pedrillo: Thorpe
Maurice: Glenville
Frederick: Miss Stubbs
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Louis: Miss Malpas
Marchioness de Montesa: Mrs. [Nathan E.] Garrick
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Cook
      Shaw
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Stubbs
      Miss Clark
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Thorpe
peasants in the festival dance:
      Gray
      Cuffley
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Miller
      Miss Ruggles
      Cainsley
      Godbee

2)  The Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad (62)

Performances:  First 16 December 1811; Previous 10 April 1812

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Hudson
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Thorpe
Zapho: Daly
Rushoh: Gray
Lorif: Martin
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: Daly
Delto: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Miss Ruggles
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Lever
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Clark
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Stubbs

3)  The Magic Pipe; or, Dancing Mad (40)

Performances:  First 10 February 1812; Previous 10 April 1812

Cast:

Harlequin: Auld
Crabstick, or Pantaloon: Daly
Frisk, or Lover: Swan
Columbine: Miss Ruggles
Snowball: Young Jones
Frost: [James] Villiers
pilgrim: Thorpe
Fagg: Shaw
Judge: Williams
Council:
      Daly
      Morelli
auctioneer: [Robert?] Stebbing
anglers:
      Hudson
      Thorpe
officer: Tobin
butcher: Minton
Goody Twitch: Martin
old maid: Godbee
egg-man: Brown
earthenware man: Gray
market woman: Mrs. Daly
Hymen: Glenville
Cottage Girl: Miss Stubbs
Summer: Miss Stubbs
Flora: Mrs. Minton
Cupid: Miss Jefferson
Spirits of Frost and attendants on Hymen:
      Gray
      Martin
      Cuffley
      Cross
      Godbee
      Miss Cummins
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Thorpe
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Miller
principal vocal parts:
      Hudson
      Gray
      Thorpe
      Martin
      [James] Villiers
      Minton
      Glenville

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

18 Nov 1811 - 11 Apr 1812; 120 performances: 120 evening

Benefit (4):James Pack (3 Mar 1812)
Miss Stubbs and Miss Ruggles (5 Mar 1812)
Miss [Jane M.] Scott (24 Feb 1812)
[C. H.?] Simpson (19 Mar 1812)
Dark (6):Ash Wednesday (12 Feb 1812)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1811)
Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1811)
Fast Day (5 Feb 1812)
Good Friday (27 Mar 1812)
Martyr's Day (30 Jan 1812)
Lent (12):[Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition (14 Feb 1812, 19 Feb 1812, 21 Feb 1812, 26 Feb 1812, 28 Feb 1812, 4 Mar 1812, 6 Mar 1812, 11 Mar 1812, 13 Mar 1812, 18 Mar 1812, 20 Mar 1812, 25 Mar 1812)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Scott, John
House managers:Scott, John
Orchestra conductors and leaders:Parnell, Michael
Ballet masters and mistresses:Montignani, Sig. Francisco A. (from Lisbon)
Box bookkeepers:Caton
Scene designers:Andrews
Merrick
Scott, John, Jr.
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Godbee
Swan, Miss
Printers:Lowndes and Hobbs, Marquis-court, Drury Lane (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

Auld Merry Woodmen, The (6 Jan 1812)
Montignani, Sig. Francisco A. Three Rivals, The (18 Nov 1811)
Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad, The (16 Dec 1811)
Parnell, Michael Giorno Felice, Il; or, The Happy Day (24 Feb 1812)
Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad, The (16 Dec 1811)
Sanderson, James Animated Effigy, The (6 Jan 1812)
Giorno Felice, Il; or, The Happy Day (24 Feb 1812)
Lowland Romp, The (18 Nov 1811)
Magic Pipe, The; or, Dancing Mad (10 Feb 1812)
Magistrate, The (16 Jan 1812)
Scott, Miss Jane M. Animated Effigy, The (6 Jan 1812)
Giorno Felice, Il; or, The Happy Day (24 Feb 1812)
Lowland Romp, The (18 Nov 1811)
Magic Pipe, The; or, Dancing Mad (10 Feb 1812)
Magistrate, The (16 Jan 1812)
Mary, the Maid of the Inn; or, The Bough of Yew (18 Nov 1811)
Poison Tree, The; or, Harlequin in Java (18 Nov 1811)
Two Misers of Smyrna, The; or, Mufti's Tomb (2 Dec 1811)
Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad, The (16 Dec 1811)
Winslow, E. Lowland Romp, The (18 Nov 1811)

Song Composers/Pieces

Parnell, Michael Patriotic song (23 Dec 1811)
Scott, Miss Jane M. Patriotic song (23 Dec 1811)
Unlisted Bravura song (2 Dec 1811)
Favorite ballad (2 Dec 1811)
Hope is Now No More (19 Mar 1812)
Joys of Angling, The (10 Feb 1812)
Negro duet (19 Mar 1812)
Soldier Tir'd of War Alarms, The (19 Mar 1812)
What a Beauty I Do Grow (19 Mar 1812)

Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Clog hornpipe (24 Feb 1812)
Egg hornpipe (19 Mar 1812)
Mock bolero (10 Feb 1812)
Pas seul (19 Mar 1812)

Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Billing and Cooing; or, The Amorous Justice (19 Mar 1812)
Clown's comic examination, a court of justice (10 Feb 1812)
Performance on two ladders (19 Mar 1812)
Stick dance or combat (6 Jan 1812)

Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted Bridal procession and incidental dance (16 Dec 1811)
Superb scene, the Temple of Summer (10 Feb 1812)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Unattributed Batavia from The Sea with its fortifications (18 Nov 1811)
Bohan Upas, or Poison Tree, steaming with deadly exhalations (18 Nov 1811)
Cave of preparation beneath the Malayan Priest's dwelling (18 Nov 1811)
Celestial scene (10 Feb 1812)
Cornfields (18 Nov 1811)
Country fair (18 Nov 1811)
Flower pavilion (10 Feb 1812)
Fortune teller's cottage (18 Nov 1811)
Frost with mechanical fall of snow, a (10 Feb 1812)
Inside an inn (18 Nov 1811)
Inside of a cottage (10 Feb 1812)
Ironmonger's shop (10 Feb 1812)
Lodge and view, a (10 Feb 1812)
Market, a (10 Feb 1812)
Mountainous country supposed to be two miles from Priest's residence (18 Nov 1811)
New tree wings, sea, watch tower (10 Feb 1812)
Queen's College, Oxford 7. court of justice (10 Feb 1812)
Straw hat shop (18 Nov 1811)
Superb orangerie and garden of Asiatic plants and Grove of Audience at Soura Charta, the country residence of the Emperor of Java (18 Nov 1811)
Tobacconist's shop (18 Nov 1811)
Two miles—Thistleton Gap (18 Nov 1811)
Vale of terror strewed with bodies of criminals (18 Nov 1811)
View in Batavia (18 Nov 1811)
View of Tyger's Graft, interior of Batavia (18 Nov 1811)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

Animated Effigy, The

(Farce by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (15 Performances, 6 Jan 1812 - 5 Mar 1812)

Summary Cast:

*  Giorno Felice, Il; or, The Happy Day

(Comic operetta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Parnell, Michael (Composer); Sanderson, James (Composer) (25 Performances, 24 Feb 1812 - 11 Apr 1812)

Summary Cast:

Lowland Romp, The

(Comic operetta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Sanderson, James (Composer) (19 Performances, 18 Nov 1811 - 4 Apr 1812)

Summary Cast:

Magic Pipe, The; or, Dancing Mad

(Pantomime by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Sanderson, James (Composer) (40 Performances, 10 Feb 1812 - 11 Apr 1812)

Summary Cast:

Magistrate, The

(Farce by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (15 Performances, 16 Jan 1812 - 22 Feb 1812)

Summary Cast:

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

(Melodrama by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (20 Performances, 18 Nov 1811 - 17 Mar 1812)

Summary Cast:

Merry Woodmen, The

(Ballet by Auld (Choreographer) (24 Performances, 6 Jan 1812 - 8 Apr 1812)

Summary Cast:

*  Poison Tree, The; or, Harlequin in Java

(Pantomime by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (65 Performances, 18 Nov 1811 - 4 Feb 1812)

Summary Cast:

Three Rivals, The

(Ballet by Montignani, Sig. Francisco A. (Choreographer) (24 Performances, 18 Nov 1811 - 4 Jan 1812)

Summary Cast:

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

(Comic operetta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Sanderson, James (Composer) (14 Performances, 2 Dec 1811 - 25 Feb 1812)

Summary Cast:

*  Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad, The

(Comic operetta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Montignani, Sig. Francisco A. (Choreographer); Parnell, Michael (Composer) (62 Performances, 16 Dec 1811 - 11 Apr 1812)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Auld

Baldwin

Barnard

Barnes, James

Brown

Cainsley

Cook

Cox

Cross

Cuffley

Daly

Edwards

Edwards, Master

Glenville

Godbee

Gray

Hill

Hudson

James

Jones, A.

Jones, Young

Martin

Minton

Montignani, Sig. Francisco A.

Morelli

Pack, James

Riley

Shaw

Simpson, C. H.

Squires

Stebbing, Robert

Swan

Thorpe

Tobin

Unlisted

Villiers, James

Williams

Wilson

Actresses

Clark, Miss

Cummins, Miss

Daly, Miss

Daly, Mrs.

Garrick, Mrs. Nathan E.

Jefferson, Miss

Le Brun, Miss

Lever, Miss

Malpas, Miss

Miller, Miss

Minton, Mrs.

Robinson, Miss

Robinson, Mrs.

Ruggles, Miss

Scott, Miss Jane M.

Stubbs, Miss

Stubbs, Miss E.

Talbin, Miss

Talbin, Miss E.

Thorpe, Miss

Ward, Miss

Wells, Miss

Dancers

Cummins, Miss

Jones, Young

Lever, Miss

Montignani, Sig. Francisco A.

Turner

Wells, Miss

Entertainers

Jones, Young

Pack, James

Simpson, C. H.

Singers

Acres

Garrick, Mrs. Nathan E.

Glenville

Hudson

Minton

Thorpe

Villiers, James

General Song Composers/Pieces

Unlisted Bag of Nails, The (2 Apr 1812)
Death of Nelson, The (23 Dec 1811)
He Loves and He Rides Away (16 Dec 1811)
Irish Schoolmaster, The (23 Dec 1811)
Occasional songs (22 Feb 1812)
Paddy O'Rooney's Journey to Ballinafad (2 Apr 1812)
Sandy and Jenny (23 Dec 1811)
While I Live I'll Crow (23 Dec 1811)

General Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted New pas trois (16 Jan 1812)
Pas de trois (13 Jan 1812)

General Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Ground posturing (23 Jan 1812)
Lofty posturing (23 Jan 1812)



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