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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 1812-1813

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 its two preceding seasons, the Sans Pareil had featured the knockabout comedy of pantomime.  In 1812-13, the tone changed somewhat.  Leigh Hunt has said, "there is something real in Pantomime:  there is animal spirit in it" (Examiner, 15 January 1817).  In the 1812-13 season, a different spirit pervaded the graceful dances of Gabriel Giroux and his four daughters and the melodramas and farces of the acting company, which included James Villiers, Robert Stebbing, R. H. Widdicomb, the Mintons, Mrs. Daly and the newly arrived Meredith and Huckel.

The season opened with spectacle rather than pantomime.  Jane M. Scott's Asgard the Demon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse, as violent and funny in its own way as a pantomime, was a Gothic fantasy which gave the audience plenty of lurid situations and stage effects.  At the climax of the piece the dissolute Baron Wildgrave, hard-pressed by the forces of the Inquisition who are closing in on him, takes the peasant Lilla, his victim, to a secret cavern beneath his castle.  On the stroke of midnight, exactly as a hermit murdered that day by Wildgrave prophesied, the cavern "assumes the hue of fire."  Wildgrave's mysterious confidant, Asgard, appears now in his true guise as a Demon of Darkness.  Infernal hounds (acted by La Croix, Gardell, Florio and Solnar) attack the Baron and he falls into the arms of Asgard, "who descends with him in flames."  At the moment of the Baron's descent (impressive enough to be featured on some of the playbills), the ghost of the hermit appears in the background "enveloped by celestial light."  Westmacott Molloy was the company's new machinist, but it is quite possible John Scott assisted in the lighting of this melodrama.

The return of the Giroux family was very important.  Gabriel Giroux had managed the Sans Pareil in 1807 and tutored the young Jane Scott.  Prior to that, he had been ballet master at the Paris Opera, and he danced at the Haymarket and some minor London theatres.  In his five-week stay this season, he contributed six ballets or divertissements and choreographed Asgard and The Bashaw; or Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards.  He and his daughters acted in several pieces in addition to dancing.  Their acting did not please everybody:  "If the Giroux' consult their interest they will speak as little as possible.  As dancers, they certainly are of the first consequence to this theatre" (Theatrical Inquisitor, December 1812, 239).

A Giroux ballet was given every evening of the family's engagement.  Their benefit, 21 December 1812, was a festival of dances, including two ballets performed for the first time at the Sans Pareil.  In the course of these and two other pieces there were danced an allemande pas de trois, a dance from "The Sultan," a castanet dance, a Russian dance, two hornpipes, a Cossack, a minuet de la cour, a gavotte and a medley finale by all members of the family.

Perhaps influenced by Gabriel Giroux's return, Miss Scott gave two recitations similar to those of her early Sans Pareil years, "Music, Poetry and Painting," and "Marian the Constant and the Knight with His Visor Closed."  She acted in nine of her own pieces, six of them new this season.  As usual, she was indebted to other writers for some of the work she produced.  For example, Love in the City was "founded on The Romp and written into verse by Miss Scott" (bill of 7 February 1814).  Love, Honor and Obey was based on the "petite comedie of M. Patrat, L'Hereuse Erreur" (bill of 19 January 1815).

David Mayer notes that the character Black-Eyed Susan appeared in pantomime soon after Jerrold's melodrama of 1829, but that she had appeared much earlier—in fact in the Sans Pareil pantomime of 1812-13, Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan.  Mayer says, "A summary of the pantomime in the playbill of the 1813 Davy Jones suggests how extensively the character of Black-Eyed Susan belonged to the theatre, equally suitable to pantomime arrangers and to such serious dramatists as Jerrold" (Harlequin in His Element, 82-3).  The arranger of the Sans Pareil pantomime was Jane Scott.  Black-Eyed Susan, afterwards Columbine, was Miss Browne.  William, afterwards Harlequin, was Swan.  Pantaloon was Daly, and Clown was Young Jones (James Jones).  The Theatrical Inquisitor was not much taken with this piece; "Miss Scott's industry has produced Black-Eyed Susan; or, Davy Jones' Locker" (February 1813, p. 68).  So little, apparently, did the pantomime's plot control the harlequinade that in a special performance of Davy Jones on 16 March 1813, several scenes were withdrawn and replaced by scenes from the two popular pantomimes of the preceding season, The Magic Pipe and The Necromancer.  Such medleys, however, were not unusual in the pantomimes of the time.

Incidental entertainment this season included much dancing by the Girouxs, Swan and other members of the company.  Mezzia (Messiah) and Miss Acres were very popular singers.  Young Jones did his "wonderful tricks on a ladder" and Signor Rivolta gave Pandean performances on five or six musical instruments at the same time.  There were three benefits, one each for the Giroux family, Miss Scott and Miss Acres.  There were also eleven mechanical exhibitions by Bologna, Jr. during Lent and three presentations of Lloyd's Orrery.

Approximately 110 evening performances were given in the regular season which began 17 November 1812, and ended 24 April 1813.

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Daily Calendar for 1812-1813


17 November 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 November 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Choreographer: G[abriel] Giroux

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Next 18 November 1812

Genre:  (Ballet) entire new ballet dance

First Night Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; subj: Devil tempts and destroys powerful baron whose victims escape

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott; Composer: Michael Parnell; Choreographer: G[abriel] Giroux

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Next 18 November 1812

Genre:  (Spectacle) new grand melo dramatick spectacle

First Night Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard (the Demon Hunter): Signor Rivolta
Oswald (the hermit of the wood): Minton
Hoeland (farmer, vassal to the Baron): [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold (his intended son-in-law): G[abriel] Giroux
vocal hunters (friends to the Baron):
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages (attendants on the Baron):
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons (attendants on Asgard):
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline (runaway nun, married to the Baron): Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta (her faithful attendant): Mrs. Stokes (1st time here)
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla (daughter of Farmer Hoeland): Miss [Jane] Giroux
(attendants on the Baroness)
      Merille: Mrs. Minton
      Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

Cast Commentary

Song

Song Commentary

Dance

Dance Commentary

Spectacle

Scenery

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

Costume Credits

Costume Credits Commentary

Title: General Commentary

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

Title Comment:  1st time in three years

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

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Next 18 November 1812

Genre:  (Melodrama) serio-comick burletta

First Night Cast:

Sanguinario (the Red Robber): [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay (1st app this theatre)
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett (1st app in London)
Mizen: Mezzia (1st time this theatre)
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux (1st app in vocal dramatic character)
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

General, Entertainment


18 November 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 November 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (2)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 17 November 1812; Next 19 November 1812

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (2)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 17 November 1812; Next 19 November 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

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

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 17 November 1812; Next 19 November 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

19 November 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 November 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (3)

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

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (3)

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

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

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

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

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

20 November 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
20 November 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (4)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 19 November 1812; Next 21 November 1812

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (4)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 19 November 1812; Next 21 November 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

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

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 19 November 1812; Next 21 November 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

Title: General Commentary


21 November 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
20 November 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (5)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 20 November 1812; Next 23 November 1812

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (5)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 20 November 1812; Next 23 November 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

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

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 20 November 1812; Next 23 November 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

23 November 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
23 November 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (6)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 21 November 1812; Next 24 November 1812

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (6)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 21 November 1812; Next 24 November 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

Title: General Commentary

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

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 21 November 1812; Next 24 November 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

General, Song

General, Song Commentary

General, Entertainment


24 November 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
23 November 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (7)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 23 November 1812; Next 25 November 1812

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (7)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 23 November 1812; Next 25 November 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

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

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 23 November 1812; Next 25 November 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

25 November 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
23 November 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (8)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 24 November 1812; Next 26 November 1812

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (8)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 24 November 1812; Next 26 November 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

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

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 24 November 1812; Next 26 November 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

26 November 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 November 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (9)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 25 November 1812; Next 27 November 1812

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (9)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 25 November 1812; Next 27 November 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

Cast Commentary

Title: General Commentary

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

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 25 November 1812; Next 27 November 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

27 November 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 November 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (10)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 26 November 1812; Next 28 November 1812

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (10)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 26 November 1812; Next 28 November 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

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

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 26 November 1812; Next 28 November 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

28 November 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 November 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (11)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 27 November 1812; Next 30 November 1812

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (11)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 27 November 1812; Next 30 November 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

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

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 27 November 1812; Next 30 November 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

30 November 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
30 November 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (12)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 28 November 1812; Next 1 December 1812

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  The Rival Sisters (1)

Choreographer: G[abriel] Giroux

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Next 1 December 1812

Genre:  (Divertissement) new divertissement

First Night Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

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

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 28 November 1812; Next 1 December 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (12)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 28 November 1812; Next 1 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

1 December 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
30 November 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (13)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 30 November 1812; Next 2 December 1812

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  The Rival Sisters (2)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 30 November 1812; Next 2 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (13)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 30 November 1812; Next 2 December 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (13)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 30 November 1812; Next 2 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

2 December 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
30 November 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (14)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 1 December 1812; Next 3 December 1812

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  The Rival Sisters (3)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 1 December 1812; Next 3 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (14)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 1 December 1812; Next 3 December 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (14)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 1 December 1812; Next 3 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

3 December 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
3 December 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (15)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 2 December 1812; Next 4 December 1812

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  The Rival Sisters (4)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 2 December 1812; Next 4 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (15)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 2 December 1812; Next 4 December 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (15)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 2 December 1812; Next 4 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

4 December 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
3 December 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (16)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 3 December 1812; Next 5 December 1812

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  The Rival Sisters (5)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 3 December 1812; Next 5 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (16)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 3 December 1812; Next 5 December 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (16)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 3 December 1812; Next 5 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

5 December 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
3 December 1812
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (17)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 4 December 1812; Next 8 January 1813

Cast:

Patrick: [Gabriel] Giroux
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Norah: Miss [Jane] Giroux
principal villagers:
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

2)  The Rival Sisters (6)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 4 December 1812; Next 7 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

3)  The Red Robber; or, The Statue in the Wood (17)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 4 December 1812

Cast:

Sanguinario: [James] Villiers
Oswego: Barclay
Roderego: Minton
Pedro: Daly
Captain Hartley: Bennett
Mizen: Mezzia
Junk: [Robert?] Stebbing
Annette: Mrs. Minton
Lady Helen: Miss F. Giroux
girls in requiem:
      Miss Stokes
      Miss Waters
      Miss Daly
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Cannon
sailors, robbers, peasantry: [Unlisted]

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (17)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 4 December 1812; Next 7 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Waters
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

7 December 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
7 December 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (1)

Title Comment:  in June 1810, a piece called The Intrigue; or, Love's Failure was performed. The roles added in MS on the Dec 10, 1812 NN bill are identical with those of the 1810 bill. We conclude this to be the same piece

Author: [Humphreys]

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Next 8 December 1812

Genre:  (Farce) favorite comic burletta

First Night Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

Cast Commentary

2)  The Rival Sisters (7)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 5 December 1812; Next 8 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

3)  Love, Honor and Obey (1)

Title Comment:  From petite comedie of Mons. Patrat L'Hereuse Erreur. Translated and redramatised by Miss Scott. It was called in the Folger bill of Feb 13, 1815 "Love! Honor! obey! the original Brother and Sister" Dimond's play, Brother and Sister was first performed on February 2, 1815; Miss Scott presumably brought out her play as a riposte. The 1815 bill states "has been presented under the first title (i.e. Love, Honor and Obey) these three successive seasons."

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

Author Commentary:  Michael Parnell's name from DFo bill 13 February 1815

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Next 8 December 1812

Genre:  (Farce) new farcical burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Cast Commentary

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (18)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 5 December 1812; Next 8 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

Cast Changes:

BUT  Lucina: Miss Acres (replaces Miss Waters)

8 December 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
7 December 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (2)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 7 December 1812; Next 9 December 1812

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

2)  The Rival Sisters (8)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 7 December 1812; Next 9 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

3)  Love, Honor and Obey (2)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 7 December 1812; Next 9 December 1812

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (19)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 7 December 1812; Next 9 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

9 December 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
7 December 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (3)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 8 December 1812; Next 10 December 1812

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

2)  The Rival Sisters (9)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 8 December 1812; Next 10 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

3)  Love, Honor and Obey (3)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 8 December 1812; Next 10 December 1812

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (20)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 8 December 1812; Next 10 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

10 December 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 December 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (4)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 9 December 1812; Next 11 December 1812

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

2)  The Rival Sisters (10)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 9 December 1812; Next 11 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

3)  Love, Honor and Obey (4)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 9 December 1812; Next 11 December 1812

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (21)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 9 December 1812; Next 11 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

General, Music

General, Music Commentary

General, Song

General, Song Commentary


11 December 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 December 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (5)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 10 December 1812; Next 12 December 1812

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

2)  The Rival Sisters (11)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 10 December 1812; Next 12 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

3)  Love, Honor and Obey (5)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 10 December 1812; Next 12 December 1812

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (22)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 10 December 1812; Next 12 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

12 December 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 December 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (6)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 11 December 1812; Next 14 December 1812

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

2)  The Rival Sisters (12)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 11 December 1812; Next 14 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

3)  Love, Honor and Obey (6)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 11 December 1812; Next 23 December 1812

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (23)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 11 December 1812; Next 14 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

14 December 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 December 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

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

Title Comment:  not acted these three years; adv as The Bashaw; or, Adventures of Three Spaniards

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

Performances:  First 14 December 1812; Next 15 December 1812

Genre:  (Comic operetta) serio-comic operatic burletta

First Night Cast:

Osmin (Turkish officer): Huckel (1st app at this theatre)
Hassan: Barclay
Raymond (Spanish nobleman): Bennett
Jacques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Zelie (lady of the Bashaw's seraglio): Miss Acres
Clara (Spanish lady, disguised as the Bashaw): Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Dance

Dance Commentary

2)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (7)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 12 December 1812; Next 15 December 1812

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

3)  The Rival Sisters (13)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 12 December 1812; Next 15 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (24)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 12 December 1812; Next 15 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

15 December 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 December 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

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

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

Cast:

Osmin: Huckel
Hassan: Barclay
Raymond: Bennett
Jacques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Zelie: Miss Acres
Clara: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (8)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 14 December 1812; Next 16 December 1812

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

3)  The Rival Sisters (14)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 14 December 1812; Next 16 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (25)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 14 December 1812; Next 16 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

16 December 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 December 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 14 December 1812; Previous 15 December 1812; Next 17 December 1812

Cast:

Osmin: Huckel
Hassan: Barclay
Raymond: Bennett
Jacques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Zelie: Miss Acres
Clara: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (9)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 15 December 1812; Next 17 December 1812

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

3)  The Rival Sisters (15)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 15 December 1812; Next 17 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (26)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 15 December 1812; Next 17 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

17 December 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 December 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 14 December 1812; Previous 16 December 1812; Next 18 December 1812

Cast:

Osmin: Huckel
Hassan: Barclay
Raymond: Bennett
Jacques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Zelie: Miss Acres
Clara: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (10)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 16 December 1812; Next 18 December 1812

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

3)  The Rival Sisters (16)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 16 December 1812; Next 18 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (27)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 16 December 1812; Next 18 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

18 December 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 December 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 14 December 1812; Previous 17 December 1812; Next 19 December 1812

Cast:

Osmin: Huckel
Hassan: Barclay
Raymond: Bennett
Jacques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Zelie: Miss Acres
Clara: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (11)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 17 December 1812; Next 19 December 1812

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

3)  The Rival Sisters (17)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 17 December 1812; Next 19 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (28)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 17 December 1812; Next 19 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

19 December 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 December 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 14 December 1812; Previous 18 December 1812; Next 21 December 1812

Cast:

Osmin: Huckel
Hassan: Barclay
Raymond: Bennett
Jacques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Zelie: Miss Acres
Clara: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (12)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 18 December 1812; Next 26 December 1812

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

3)  The Rival Sisters (18)

Performances:  First 30 November 1812; Previous 18 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (29)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 18 December 1812; Next 21 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

21 December 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
21 December 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: Giroux and the four Misses Giroux

1)  The Foresters; or, The Mischief-Maker Detected (1)

Title Comment:  1st time at this theatre

Choreographer: [Gabriel] Giroux

Performances:  First 21 December 1812; Next 22 December 1812

Genre:  (Ballet) new ballet

First Night Cast:

characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

Dance

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

Performances:  First 14 December 1812; Previous 19 December 1812; Next 22 December 1812

Cast:

Osmin: Huckel
Hassan: Barclay
Raymond: Bennett
Jacques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Zelie: Miss Acres
Clara: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Dance

3)  Leartes and Leonora; or, The Enterprising Lover (1)

Title Comment:  1st time at this theatre

Choreographer: [Gabriel] Giroux

Performances:  First 21 December 1812; Next 22 December 1812

Genre:  (Comic pantomime) new comic pantomime ballet

First Night Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
      Daly
Simpkin (Clown): Young Jones (1st app this season)

Dance

Entertainment

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (30)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 19 December 1812; Next 22 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

Dance

Spectacle

Spectacle Commentary

Title: General Commentary

General, Song

General, Song Commentary

General, Dance

General, Advertisement


22 December 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Foresters; or, The Mischief-Maker Detected (2)

Performances:  First 21 December 1812; Previous 21 December 1812

Cast:

characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

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

Performances:  First 14 December 1812; Previous 21 December 1812; Next 16 March 1813

Cast:

Osmin: Huckel
Hassan: Barclay
Raymond: Bennett
Jacques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Zelie: Miss Acres
Clara: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  Leartes and Leonora; or, The Enterprising Lover (2)

Performances:  First 21 December 1812; Previous 21 December 1812

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Gabriel] Giroux
      Miss [Jane] Giroux
      Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
      Miss F. Giroux
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
      Daly
Simpkin: Young Jones

4)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (31)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 21 December 1812; Next 23 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

23 December 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
23 December 1812
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (32)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 22 December 1812; Next 26 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: [Gabriel] Giroux
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss [Jane] Giroux
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss L[ouisa] Giroux
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

2)  Love, Honor and Obey (7)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 12 December 1812; Next 28 December 1812

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (1)

Title Comment:  subj: fantastic mixture of British naval legend, classical myth, and the harliquinade; Evidence strongly suggests a perf of the pantomime before Boxing Day

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

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Next 26 December 1812

Genre:  (Pantomime) entire new splendid marine comic pantomime

First Night Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore (father to Columbine): [Robert?] Stebbing
William (afterwards Harlequin): Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda (mother-in-law to Susan or Columbine): [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan (afterwards Columbine): Miss Browne
sea men (attendants on Neptune):
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs (attendants on Amphitrite):
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club (or Cut and Come Again):
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Masters
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

Cast Commentary

Artistic Supervision

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

Other Production Credits

Title: General Commentary

General, Song

General, Dance

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


24 December 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Christmas Eve


25 December 1812
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Christmas Day


26 December 1812
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 December 1812
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (33)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 23 December 1812; Next 28 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: Jones
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss Browne
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Brady
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

Cast Changes:

ADDS  farmer's children: Miss Brady
BUT  Adeline: Miss [Jane M.] Scott (replaces Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux)
  Leopold: Jones (replaces G[abriel] Giroux)
  Lilla: Miss Browne (replaces Miss [Jane] Giroux)
OMITS  farmer's children: Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (13)

Title Comment:  Announced for tonight but may have been delayed to Jan 7

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 19 December 1812; Next 7 January 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (2)

Title Comment:  MS date on bill

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 23 December 1812; Next 28 December 1812

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

28 December 1812
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 December 1812
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (34)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 26 December 1812; Next 29 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: Jones
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss Browne
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Brady
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

2)  Love, Honor and Obey (8)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 23 December 1812; Next 29 December 1812

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (3)

Title Comment:  Source is not dated but says "this and tomorrow evening"

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 26 December 1812; Next 29 December 1812

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

29 December 1812
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
29 December 1812
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (35)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 28 December 1812; Next 30 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: Jones
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss Browne
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Brady
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

2)  Love, Honor and Obey (9)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 28 December 1812; Next 30 December 1812

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (4)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 28 December 1812; Next 30 December 1812

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

30 December 1812
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (36)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 29 December 1812; Next 31 December 1812

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: Jones
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss Browne
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Brady
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

2)  Love, Honor and Obey (10)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 29 December 1812; Next 31 December 1812

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (5)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 29 December 1812; Next 31 December 1812

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

31 December 1812
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
31 December 1812
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (37)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 30 December 1812; Next 1 January 1813

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: Jones
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss Browne
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Brady
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

2)  Love, Honor and Obey (11)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 30 December 1812; Next 1 January 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (6)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 30 December 1812; Next 1 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

1 January 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 January 1813
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (38)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 31 December 1812; Next 2 January 1813

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: Jones
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss Browne
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Brady
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

2)  Love, Honor and Obey (12)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 31 December 1812; Next 2 January 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (7)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 31 December 1812; Next 2 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

2 January 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 January 1813
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (39)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 1 January 1813; Next 4 January 1813

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: Jones
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss Browne
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Brady
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

2)  Love, Honor and Obey (13)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 1 January 1813; Next 4 January 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (8)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 1 January 1813; Next 4 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

4 January 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 January 1813
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (40)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 2 January 1813; Next 5 January 1813

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: Jones
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss Browne
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Brady
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

2)  Love, Honor and Obey (14)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 2 January 1813; Next 5 January 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (9)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 2 January 1813; Next 5 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

5 January 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 January 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (41)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 4 January 1813; Next 6 January 1813

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: Jones
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss Browne
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Brady
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

2)  Love, Honor and Obey (15)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 4 January 1813; Next 6 January 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (10)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 4 January 1813; Next 6 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

Title: General Commentary


6 January 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 January 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (42)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 5 January 1813

Cast:

Baron Wildgrave: [James] Villiers
Asgard: Signor Rivolta
Oswald: Minton
Hoeland: [Robert?] Stebbing
Leopold: Jones
vocal hunters:
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Daly
      Godbee
pages:
      Mezzia
      Brady
      Masters
      Smith
demons:
      Cross
      Green
harvest peasants:
      Swan
      Martin
      Bent
      [C. H.?] Simpson
inquisitors:
      Barclay
      W. Bennett
      Daly
speaking inquisitor: [R. H.] Widdicomb
demonic hounds:
      La Croix
      Gardel
      Florio
      Solnar
Adeline: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Joletta: Mrs. Stokes
Dame Hoeland: Mrs. Daly
Lilla: Miss Browne
Merille: Mrs. Minton
Lucina: Miss Acres
farmer's children:
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Brady
female peasants:
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin

2)  Love, Honor and Obey (16)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 5 January 1813; Next 1 February 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (11)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 5 January 1813; Next 7 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

7 January 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
7 January 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Next 8 January 1813

Genre:  (Comic operetta) serio comic opera burletta

First Night Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis (Eva's son): Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred (disguised as peasant boy): Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva (her daughter): Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

Cast Commentary

2)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (14)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 26 December 1812; Next 8 January 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (12)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 6 January 1813; Next 8 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

8 January 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 January 1813
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (18)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 5 December 1812; Next 9 January 1813

Cast:

Patrick: Jones
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss Lever
Norah: Mrs. Stokes

Cast Changes:

BUT  Kathleen: Miss Lever (replaces Miss C. [Peggy] Giroux)
  Norah: Mrs. Stokes (replaces Miss [Jane] Giroux)
  Patrick: Jones (replaces [Gabriel] Giroux)
OMITS  principal villagers: Miss F. Giroux
  principal villagers: Miss L[ouisa] Giroux

Cast Commentary

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

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 7 January 1813; Next 9 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

3)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (15)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 7 January 1813; Next 9 January 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (13)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 7 January 1813; Next 9 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

9 January 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 January 1813
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (19)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 8 January 1813; Next 11 January 1813

Cast:

Patrick: Jones
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss Lever
Norah: Mrs. Stokes

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

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 8 January 1813; Next 11 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

3)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (16)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 8 January 1813; Next 11 January 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (14)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 8 January 1813; Next 11 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

11 January 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 January 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (20)

Title Comment:  now advertised under subtitle

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 9 January 1813; Next 12 January 1813

Cast:

Patrick: Jones
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss Lever
Norah: Mrs. Stokes

2)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (17)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 9 January 1813; Next 12 January 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Huckel
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

Cast Changes:

BUT  Will Mainstay: Huckel (replaces Mezzia)

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

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 9 January 1813; Next 12 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (15)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 9 January 1813; Next 12 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Minton
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

BUT  Jew pedlar: Minton (replaces Mezzia)

12 January 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 January 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (21)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 11 January 1813; Next 13 January 1813

Cast:

Patrick: Jones
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss Lever
Norah: Mrs. Stokes

2)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (18)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 11 January 1813; Next 13 January 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Huckel
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

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

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 11 January 1813; Next 13 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (16)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 11 January 1813; Next 13 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Minton
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

13 January 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 January 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (22)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 12 January 1813; Next 14 January 1813

Cast:

Patrick: Jones
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss Lever
Norah: Mrs. Stokes

2)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (19)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 12 January 1813; Next 14 January 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Huckel
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

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

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 12 January 1813; Next 14 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (17)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 12 January 1813; Next 14 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Minton
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

14 January 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 January 1813
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (23)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 13 January 1813; Next 15 January 1813

Cast:

Patrick: Jones
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss Lever
Norah: Mrs. Stokes

2)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (20)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 13 January 1813; Next 15 January 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Huckel
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

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

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 13 January 1813; Next 15 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (18)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 13 January 1813; Next 15 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Minton
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

15 January 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 January 1813
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (24)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 14 January 1813; Next 16 January 1813

Cast:

Patrick: Jones
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss Lever
Norah: Mrs. Stokes

2)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (21)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 14 January 1813; Next 16 January 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Huckel
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

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

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 14 January 1813; Next 16 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (19)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 14 January 1813; Next 16 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Minton
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

16 January 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 January 1813
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (25)

Performances:  First 17 November 1812; Previous 15 January 1813

Cast:

Patrick: Jones
Dermot: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Darby: Swan
Bagatelle: Signor Rivolta
Kathleen: Miss Lever
Norah: Mrs. Stokes

2)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (22)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 15 January 1813; Next 18 February 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Huckel
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

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

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 15 January 1813; Next 18 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (20)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 15 January 1813; Next 18 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Minton
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

18 January 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 January 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (1)

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

Author Commentary:  [James] Sanderson and E. Winslow taken from 1810-1811 season

Performances:  First 18 January 1813; Next 19 January 1813

Genre:  (Comic operetta) comic opera burletta

First Night Cast:

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

Cast Commentary

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

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 16 January 1813; Next 19 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (21)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 16 January 1813; Next 19 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

BUT  Jew pedlar: Mezzia (replaces Minton)
OMITS  members of the Pic Nic Club: Gregson
  sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker: Masters

Title: General Commentary

General, Song


19 January 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 January 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (2)

Performances:  First 18 January 1813; Previous 18 January 1813; Next 20 January 1813

Cast:

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

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (11)

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 18 January 1813; Next 20 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (22)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 18 January 1813; Next 20 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

20 January 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 January 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (3)

Performances:  First 18 January 1813; Previous 19 January 1813; Next 21 January 1813

Cast:

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

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (12)

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 19 January 1813; Next 21 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (23)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 19 January 1813; Next 21 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

21 January 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
21 January 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (4)

Performances:  First 18 January 1813; Previous 20 January 1813; Next 22 January 1813

Cast:

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

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (13)

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 20 January 1813; Next 22 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

Title: General Commentary

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (24)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 20 January 1813; Next 22 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

22 January 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
21 January 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (5)

Performances:  First 18 January 1813; Previous 21 January 1813; Next 23 January 1813

Cast:

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

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (14)

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 21 January 1813; Next 23 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (25)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 21 January 1813; Next 23 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

23 January 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
21 January 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lowland Romp (6)

Performances:  First 18 January 1813; Previous 22 January 1813; Next 25 January 1813

Cast:

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

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (15)

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 22 January 1813; Next 25 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (26)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 22 January 1813; Next 25 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

25 January 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 January 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (16)

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 23 January 1813; Next 26 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

2)  The Lowland Romp (7)

Performances:  First 18 January 1813; Previous 23 January 1813; Next 26 January 1813

Cast:

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

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (27)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 23 January 1813; Next 26 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

26 January 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 January 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (17)

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 25 January 1813; Next 27 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

2)  The Lowland Romp (8)

Performances:  First 18 January 1813; Previous 25 January 1813

Cast:

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

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (28)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 25 January 1813; Next 27 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

27 January 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
27 January 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Title Comment:  1st time this season

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

Author Commentary:  Author and composer's names taken from 1810-1811 season

Performances:  First 27 January 1813; Next 28 January 1813

Genre:  (Comic operetta) comic opera burletta

First Night Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Ali: Barclay
Mustapha: Daly
Lively: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Osman: Mezzia
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Waters (1st time in character)

Cast Commentary

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (18)

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 26 January 1813; Next 28 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (29)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 26 January 1813; Next 28 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Miss Acres
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

BUT  Amphitrite: Miss Acres (replaces Mrs. Stokes)

28 January 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 January 1813
playbill
London Theatre Museum

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

Performances:  First 27 January 1813; Previous 27 January 1813; Next 29 January 1813

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Ali: Barclay
Mustapha: Daly
Lively: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Osman: Mezzia
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Waters

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (19)

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 27 January 1813; Next 29 January 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (30)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 27 January 1813; Next 29 January 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Miss Acres
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

29 January 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 January 1813
playbill
London Theatre Museum

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

Performances:  First 27 January 1813; Previous 28 January 1813; Next 1 February 1813

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Ali: Barclay
Mustapha: Daly
Lively: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Osman: Mezzia
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Waters

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (20)

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 28 January 1813; Next 20 April 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (31)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 28 January 1813; Next 1 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Miss Acres
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

30 January 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Martyr's Day


1 February 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 February 1813
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Love, Honor and Obey (17)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 6 January 1813; Next 2 February 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 27 January 1813; Previous 29 January 1813; Next 2 February 1813

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Ali: Barclay
Mustapha: Daly
Lively: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Osman: Mezzia
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Waters

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (32)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 29 January 1813; Next 2 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Miss Acres
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

2 February 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 February 1813
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Love, Honor and Obey (18)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 1 February 1813; Next 3 February 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 27 January 1813; Previous 1 February 1813; Next 3 February 1813

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Ali: Barclay
Mustapha: Daly
Lively: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Osman: Mezzia
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Waters

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (33)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 1 February 1813; Next 3 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Miss Acres
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

3 February 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 February 1813
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Love, Honor and Obey (19)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 2 February 1813; Next 4 February 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 27 January 1813; Previous 2 February 1813; Next 8 February 1813

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Ali: Barclay
Mustapha: Daly
Lively: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Osman: Mezzia
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Waters

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (34)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 2 February 1813; Next 4 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Miss Acres
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

4 February 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 February 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; "From a trait in English history on which Dodsley founded his [The King and the] Miller of Mansfield" (bill)

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

Author Commentary:  MS note on bill "music by Parnell"

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Next 5 February 1813

Genre:  (Burletta) new burletta

First Night Cast:

Henry (King of England): Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe (the miller's man): Barclay
John Cockle (miller and a keeper of the forest): [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard (the miller's son): Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate (the miller's daughter): Miss Acres

Cast Commentary

2)  Love, Honor and Obey (20)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 3 February 1813; Next 5 February 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (35)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 3 February 1813; Next 5 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

BUT  Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes (replaces Miss Acres)

Cast Commentary


5 February 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 February 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (2)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 4 February 1813; Next 6 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

2)  Love, Honor and Obey (21)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 4 February 1813; Next 6 February 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (36)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 4 February 1813; Next 6 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

6 February 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 February 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (3)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 5 February 1813; Next 8 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

2)  Love, Honor and Obey (22)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 5 February 1813; Next 15 February 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (37)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 5 February 1813; Next 8 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

8 February 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 February 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (4)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 6 February 1813; Next 9 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

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

Performances:  First 27 January 1813; Previous 3 February 1813; Next 9 February 1813

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Ali: Barclay
Mustapha: Daly
Lively: Huckel
Osman: Mezzia
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Waters

Cast Changes:

BUT  Lively: Huckel (replaces Miss [Jane M.] Scott)

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (38)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 6 February 1813; Next 9 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

9 February 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 February 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (5)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 8 February 1813; Next 10 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

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

Performances:  First 27 January 1813; Previous 8 February 1813; Next 10 February 1813

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Ali: Barclay
Mustapha: Daly
Lively: Huckel
Osman: Mezzia
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Waters

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (39)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 8 February 1813; Next 10 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

10 February 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 February 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (6)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 9 February 1813; Next 11 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

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

Performances:  First 27 January 1813; Previous 9 February 1813; Next 11 February 1813

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Ali: Barclay
Mustapha: Daly
Lively: Huckel
Osman: Mezzia
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Waters

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (40)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 9 February 1813; Next 11 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

11 February 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 February 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Jack's Arrived (1)

Choreographer: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 11 February 1813; Next 12 February 1813

Genre:  (Ballet) new ballet dance

First Night Cast:

principal dancers:
      Swan
      Daly
      Bent
      Young Jones
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. Stokes
      Miss Le Brun

2)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (7)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 10 February 1813; Next 12 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

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

Title Comment:  Adv under title of "Mufti's Tomb"

Performances:  First 27 January 1813; Previous 10 February 1813; Next 12 February 1813

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Ali: Barclay
Mustapha: Daly
Lively: Huckel
Osman: Mezzia
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Waters

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (41)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 10 February 1813; Next 12 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

12 February 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 February 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Jack's Arrived (2)

Performances:  First 11 February 1813; Previous 11 February 1813; Next 13 February 1813

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Swan
      Daly
      Bent
      Young Jones
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. Stokes
      Miss Le Brun

2)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (8)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 11 February 1813; Next 13 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

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

Performances:  First 27 January 1813; Previous 11 February 1813; Next 13 February 1813

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Ali: Barclay
Mustapha: Daly
Lively: Huckel
Osman: Mezzia
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Waters

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (42)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 11 February 1813; Next 13 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

13 February 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 February 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Jack's Arrived (3)

Performances:  First 11 February 1813; Previous 12 February 1813; Next 15 February 1813

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Swan
      Daly
      Bent
      Young Jones
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. Stokes
      Miss Le Brun

2)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (9)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 12 February 1813; Next 15 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

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

Performances:  First 27 January 1813; Previous 12 February 1813

Cast:

Gripe: [Robert?] Stebbing
Hunks: Minton
Ali: Barclay
Mustapha: Daly
Lively: Huckel
Osman: Mezzia
Jenny: Mrs. Daly
Harriet: Miss Waters

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (43)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 12 February 1813; Next 15 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

15 February 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
15 February 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Jack's Arrived (4)

Performances:  First 11 February 1813; Previous 13 February 1813; Next 16 February 1813

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Swan
      Daly
      Bent
      Young Jones
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. Stokes
      Miss Le Brun

2)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (10)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 13 February 1813; Next 16 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

3)  Love, Honor and Obey (23)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 6 February 1813; Next 16 February 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (44)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 13 February 1813; Next 16 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

ADDS  members of the Pic Nic Club: Gregson
  sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker: Masters

16 February 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
15 February 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Jack's Arrived (5)

Performances:  First 11 February 1813; Previous 15 February 1813; Next 17 February 1813

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Swan
      Daly
      Bent
      Young Jones
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. Stokes
      Miss Le Brun

2)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (11)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 15 February 1813; Next 17 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

3)  Love, Honor and Obey (24)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 15 February 1813; Next 17 February 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (45)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 15 February 1813; Next 17 February 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

17 February 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
15 February 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Jack's Arrived (6)

Performances:  First 11 February 1813; Previous 16 February 1813; Next 18 February 1813

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Swan
      Daly
      Bent
      Young Jones
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. Stokes
      Miss Le Brun

2)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (12)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 16 February 1813; Next 18 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

3)  Love, Honor and Obey (25)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 16 February 1813; Next 1 March 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (46)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 16 February 1813; Next 8 March 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

18 February 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 February 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (23)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 16 January 1813; Next 19 February 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

Cast Changes:

BUT  Will Mainstay: Mezzia (replaces Huckel)

2)  Jack's Arrived (7)

Performances:  First 11 February 1813; Previous 17 February 1813; Next 19 February 1813

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Swan
      Daly
      Bent
      Young Jones
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. Stokes
      Miss Le Brun

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

Title Comment:  1st time this season

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

Performances:  First 18 February 1813; Next 19 February 1813

Genre:  (Comic operetta) new splendid 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): Huckel
Saldanah (rich merchant): [James] Villiers
Omer (a tailor): Minton
Mahmut (an Aga, attendant on the Cadi): Daly
(inferior officers of the Cadi's court)
      Zapho: Martin
      Rushout: [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Lerif: Swan
Suanza (wife to Cadi): Mrs. Daly
Panzake (tailor's daughter): [C. H.?] Simpson
Delta (the merchant's daughter): Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Jones
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Bent
      Miss Browne
      Miss Lever
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Cannon
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Waters

4)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (13)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 17 February 1813; Next 19 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

19 February 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 February 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (24)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 18 February 1813; Next 20 February 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

2)  Jack's Arrived (8)

Performances:  First 11 February 1813; Previous 18 February 1813; Next 20 February 1813

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Swan
      Daly
      Bent
      Young Jones
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. Stokes
      Miss Le Brun

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

Performances:  First 18 February 1813; Previous 18 February 1813; Next 20 February 1813

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Huckel
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Martin
Rushout: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Lerif: Swan
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Jones
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Bent
      Miss Browne
      Miss Lever
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Cannon
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Waters

4)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (14)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 18 February 1813; Next 20 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

20 February 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
20 February 1813
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (25)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 19 February 1813; Next 22 February 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

2)  Jack's Arrived (9)

Performances:  First 11 February 1813; Previous 19 February 1813; Next 16 March 1813

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Swan
      Daly
      Bent
      Young Jones
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. Stokes
      Miss Le Brun

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

Performances:  First 18 February 1813; Previous 19 February 1813; Next 22 February 1813

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Huckel
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Martin
Rushout: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Lerif: Swan
Suanza: Mrs. Daly
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Jones
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Bent
      Miss Browne
      Miss Lever
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Cannon
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Waters

4)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (15)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 19 February 1813; Next 22 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

22 February 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
22 February 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (26)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 20 February 1813; Next 23 February 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

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

Performances:  First 18 February 1813; Previous 20 February 1813; Next 23 February 1813

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Huckel
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Martin
Rushout: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Lerif: Swan
Suanza: Mrs. Stokes
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Jones
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Bent
      Miss Browne
      Miss Lever
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Cannon
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Waters

Cast Changes:

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

3)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (16)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 20 February 1813; Next 23 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

23 February 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
22 February 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (27)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 22 February 1813; Next 24 February 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

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

Performances:  First 18 February 1813; Previous 22 February 1813; Next 24 February 1813

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Huckel
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Martin
Rushout: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Lerif: Swan
Suanza: Mrs. Stokes
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Jones
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Bent
      Miss Browne
      Miss Lever
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Cannon
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Waters

3)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (17)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 22 February 1813; Next 24 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

24 February 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
22 February 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (28)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 23 February 1813; Next 25 February 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

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

Performances:  First 18 February 1813; Previous 23 February 1813; Next 25 February 1813

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Huckel
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Martin
Rushout: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Lerif: Swan
Suanza: Mrs. Stokes
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Jones
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Bent
      Miss Browne
      Miss Lever
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Cannon
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Waters

3)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (18)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 23 February 1813; Next 25 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

25 February 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 February 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (29)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 24 February 1813; Next 26 February 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

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

Performances:  First 18 February 1813; Previous 24 February 1813; Next 26 February 1813

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Huckel
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Martin
Rushout: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Lerif: Swan
Suanza: Mrs. Stokes
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Jones
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Bent
      Miss Browne
      Miss Lever
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Cannon
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Waters

3)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (19)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 24 February 1813; Next 26 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

26 February 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 February 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (30)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 25 February 1813; Next 27 February 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

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

Performances:  First 18 February 1813; Previous 25 February 1813; Next 27 February 1813

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Huckel
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Martin
Rushout: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Lerif: Swan
Suanza: Mrs. Stokes
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Jones
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Bent
      Miss Browne
      Miss Lever
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Cannon
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Waters

3)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (20)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 25 February 1813; Next 27 February 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

27 February 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
25 February 1813
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Intrigue; or, The Miser Duped (31)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 26 February 1813

Cast:

Skinflint: [Robert?] Stebbing
Spoilcloth: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Dame Margery: Mrs. Daly
Will Mainstay: Mezzia
Barebones: Daly
Mary Ann: Mrs. Stokes

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

Performances:  First 18 February 1813; Previous 26 February 1813; Next 1 March 1813

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Huckel
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Martin
Rushout: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Lerif: Swan
Suanza: Mrs. Stokes
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Jones
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Bent
      Miss Browne
      Miss Lever
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Cannon
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Waters

3)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (21)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 26 February 1813; Next 1 March 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

1 March 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 March 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love, Honor and Obey (26)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 17 February 1813; Next 2 March 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 18 February 1813; Previous 27 February 1813; Next 2 March 1813

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Huckel
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Martin
Rushout: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Lerif: Swan
Suanza: Mrs. Stokes
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Jones
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Bent
      Miss Browne
      Miss Lever
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Cannon
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Waters

3)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (22)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 27 February 1813; Next 2 March 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

2 March 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 March 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Love, Honor and Obey (27)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 1 March 1813; Next 4 March 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 18 February 1813; Previous 1 March 1813; Next 4 March 1813

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Huckel
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Martin
Rushout: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Lerif: Swan
Suanza: Mrs. Stokes
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Jones
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Bent
      Miss Browne
      Miss Lever
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Cannon
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Waters

3)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (23)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 1 March 1813; Next 4 March 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

3 March 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Ash Wednesday


4 March 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Benefit: Miss Scott

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Love, Honor and Obey (28)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 2 March 1813; Next 6 March 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 18 February 1813; Previous 2 March 1813; Next 6 March 1813

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Huckel
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Martin
Rushout: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Lerif: Swan
Suanza: Mrs. Stokes
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Jones
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Bent
      Miss Browne
      Miss Lever
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Cannon
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Waters

3)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (24)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 2 March 1813; Next 6 March 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

5 March 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 March 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


6 March 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Love, Honor and Obey (29)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 4 March 1813; Next 24 April 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 18 February 1813; Previous 4 March 1813

Cast:

Mored Sanzarmanaz: [Robert?] Stebbing
Achmet Ben Hamad: Huckel
Saldanah: [James] Villiers
Omer: Minton
Mahmut: Daly
Zapho: Martin
Rushout: [R. H.] Widdicomb
Lerif: Swan
Suanza: Mrs. Stokes
Panzake: [C. H.?] Simpson
Delta: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal dancers and vocalists:
      Jones
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Bent
      Miss Browne
      Miss Lever
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Cannon
      Mrs. Minton
      Miss Waters

3)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (25)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 4 March 1813; Next 8 March 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

8 March 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Love in the City (1)

Title Comment:  founded on The Romp

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Performances:  First 8 March 1813; Next 9 March 1813

Genre:  (Farce) burletta

First Night Cast:

Uncle Barnacle: Meredith
Old Cockney: Minton
Watty Cockney: Huckel
Priscilla Tomboy: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

Cast Commentary

2)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (26)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 6 March 1813; Next 9 March 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (47)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 17 February 1813; Next 9 March 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

9 March 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 March 1813
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Love in the City (2)

Performances:  First 8 March 1813; Previous 8 March 1813; Next 11 March 1813

Cast:

Uncle Barnacle: Meredith
Old Cockney: Minton
Watty Cockney: Huckel
Priscilla Tomboy: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (27)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 8 March 1813; Next 11 March 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (48)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 8 March 1813; Next 11 March 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

General, Dance

General, Dance Commentary

General, Advertisement


10 March 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 March 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


11 March 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Love in the City (3)

Performances:  First 8 March 1813; Previous 9 March 1813; Next 13 March 1813

Cast:

Uncle Barnacle: Meredith
Old Cockney: Minton
Watty Cockney: Huckel
Priscilla Tomboy: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (28)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 9 March 1813; Next 13 March 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (49)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 9 March 1813; Next 13 March 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

12 March 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 March 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


13 March 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 March 1813
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  Love in the City (4)

Performances:  First 8 March 1813; Previous 11 March 1813; Next 19 April 1813

Cast:

Uncle Barnacle: Meredith
Old Cockney: Minton
Watty Cockney: Huckel
Priscilla Tomboy: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

2)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (29)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 11 March 1813; Next 16 March 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (50)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 11 March 1813; Next 16 March 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

15 March 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


16 March 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 March 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: Miss Acres

1)  Jack's Arrived (10)

Performances:  First 11 February 1813; Previous 20 February 1813

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Swan
      Daly
      Bent
      Young Jones
      Miss Lever
      Mrs. Stokes
      Miss Le Brun

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

Performances:  First 14 December 1812; Previous 22 December 1812

Cast:

Osmin: Huckel
Hassan: Barclay
Raymond: Bennett
Jacques: [Robert?] Stebbing
Zelie: Miss Acres
Clara: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

3)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (30)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 13 March 1813; Next 19 April 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
      Signor Rivolta
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
      Brady
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: [William] Pearman
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

Cast Changes:

ADDS  hunters in suit: Brady
  hunters in suit: [C. H.?] Simpson
  hunting lords: Signor Rivolta
BUT  Robin of Ryland: [William] Pearman (replaces Huckel)

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (51)

Title Comment:  Altered version: several scenes replaced by scenes from Magic Pipe and The Necromancer

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 13 March 1813; Next 19 April 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

General, Song


17 March 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 March 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


18 March 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


19 March 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 March 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


20 March 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


22 March 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


23 March 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


24 March 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 March 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


25 March 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


26 March 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 March 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


27 March 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


29 March 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


30 March 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


31 March 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 March 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


1 April 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


2 April 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 March 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


3 April 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


5 April 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


6 April 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


7 April 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 March 1813
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


8 April 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


9 April 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 April 1813
advertisement
London Theatre Museum

Lent: [Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition


10 April 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


12 April 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


13 April 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


14 April 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


15 April 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


16 April 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Good Friday

Preliminaries Commentary


17 April 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


19 April 1813
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
19 April 1813
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Sailor's Triumph (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 19 April 1813; Next 24 April 1813

Genre:  (Ballet) new ballet dance

2)  Love in the City (5)

Performances:  First 8 March 1813; Previous 13 March 1813

Cast:

Uncle Barnacle: Meredith
Old Cockney: Minton
Watty Cockney: Huckel
Priscilla Tomboy: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
 

3)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (31)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 16 March 1813; Next 24 April 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
      Signor Rivolta
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
      Brady
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

Cast Changes:

BUT  Robin of Ryland: Huckel (replaces [William] Pearman)

4)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (52)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 16 March 1813; Next 20 April 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

Title: General Commentary


20 April 1813
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
20 April 1813
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Le Prince et le Jardinier (1)

Choreographer: [Charles Leclercq?]

Performances:  First 20 April 1813

Genre:  (Ballet) Persian ballet; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

principal characters:
      Miss Gibbs
      [Charles?] Leclercq
 

Cast Commentary

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (21)

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 29 January 1813; Next 24 April 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

3)  Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (53)

Performances:  First 23 December 1812; Previous 19 April 1813

Cast:

Neptune: [James] Villiers
Old Davy Jones: Meredith
Pantaloon: Daly
Old Commodore: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Swan
Clown: Young Jones
Amphitrite: Mrs. Stokes
Friskalinda: [C. H.?] Simpson
Susan: Miss Browne
sea men:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Shaw
sea nymphs:
      Miss Acres
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Talbin
      Miss Lever
      Miss Garcia
members of the Pic Nic Club:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      Bennett
      Barclay
      Mezzia
      Signor Rivolta
      Smith
      Gregson
landlord: Minton
waiter: Brady
president: Merry
mad doctor: Waters
Hussar: Signor Rivolta
bride's men:
      Martin
      Cross
bride's maids:
      Miss Minton
      Miss Cannon
sailors escaping from Davy Jones's Locker:
      Bent
      Williams
      Bradley
      Masters
villagers:
      Harding
      Martin
      Bent
      Simmons
revelers:
      Huckel
      Barclay
      Bennett
Jew pedlar: Mezzia
mermaids and mermen:
      Martin
      Bent
      Master Cross
      Master [Fred?] Widdicomb
      Master Bradley
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Le Brun
showman, Beadle, patrole, butcher, fishmonger, tailor, prior: [Unlisted]

24 April 1813
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
24 April 1813
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Sailor's Triumph (2)

Performances:  First 19 April 1813; Previous 19 April 1813

2)  Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day (22)

Performances:  First 7 January 1813; Previous 20 April 1813

Cast:

Marquis de Monteso: [James] Villiers
Monsieur Alegre: Martin
Louis: Miss Le Brun
Hubert: Meredith
Pedrillo: [Robert?] Stebbing
Maurice: Huckel
Frederick or Siffred: Miss Browne
Dame Bertha: Minton
Eva: Mrs. Minton
Marchioness de Montesa: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
principal vocal peasants:
      Daly
      Bennett
      James
      Miss Daly
      Miss Talbin
peasants in festival dance:
      [R. H.] Widdicomb
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Bent
      Brady
      Miss Lever
      Miss Robinson
      Miss Cannon
      Miss Garcia

3)  Love, Honor and Obey (30)

Performances:  First 7 December 1812; Previous 6 March 1813

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: Minton
Lady Arabella: Mrs. Minton
Frances: Mrs. Daly
Flora: Mrs. Stokes
Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

4)  The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered (32)

Performances:  First 4 February 1813; Previous 19 April 1813

Cast:

Henry: Meredith
Lord Lurewell: [R. H.] Widdicomb
hunting lords:
      Daly
      Mezzia
      Martin
      Signor Rivolta
hunters in suit:
      Bent
      Swan
      Bennett
      Brady
      [C. H.?] Simpson
Joe: Barclay
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Robin of Ryland: Huckel
Richard: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Margery, the miller's wife: Mrs. Daly
Ellen of Mansfield: Miss Browne
Kate: Miss Acres

General, Advertisement


28 April 1813
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 April 1813
advertisement
The London Times

Astronomy Lectures: Lloyd's Orrery


29 April 1813
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
29 April 1813
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Astronomy Lectures: Lloyd's Orrery


30 April 1813
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
29 April 1813
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

Astronomy Lectures: Lloyd's Orrery

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

17 Nov 1812 - 30 Apr 1813; 112 performances: 112 evening

Astronomy Lectures (3):Lloyd's Orrery (28 Apr 1813, 29 Apr 1813, 30 Apr 1813)
Benefit (3):Giroux and the four Misses Giroux (21 Dec 1812)
Miss Acres (16 Mar 1813)
Miss Scott (4 Mar 1813)
Dark (25):Ash Wednesday (3 Mar 1813)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1812)
Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1812)
Good Friday (16 Apr 1813)
Lent (15 Mar 1813, 18 Mar 1813, 20 Mar 1813, 22 Mar 1813, 23 Mar 1813, 25 Mar 1813, 27 Mar 1813, 29 Mar 1813, 30 Mar 1813, 1 Apr 1813, 3 Apr 1813, 5 Apr 1813, 6 Apr 1813, 8 Apr 1813, 10 Apr 1813)
Martyr's Day (30 Jan 1813)
Passion Week (12 Apr 1813, 13 Apr 1813, 14 Apr 1813, 15 Apr 1813, 17 Apr 1813)
Lent (11):[Jack] Bologna's Mechanical Exhibition (5 Mar 1813, 10 Mar 1813, 12 Mar 1813, 17 Mar 1813, 19 Mar 1813, 24 Mar 1813, 26 Mar 1813, 31 Mar 1813, 2 Apr 1813, 7 Apr 1813, 9 Apr 1813)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Scott, John
Stage directors:Scott, John
Stage managers:Meredith
Orchestra conductors and leaders:Parnell, Michael
Ballet masters and mistresses:Giroux, Gabriel
Musical composers and arrangers:Sanderson, James
Box bookkeepers:Stuck
Scene designers:Orme
Wilkins
Scene painters:Orme
Stage mechanics:Molloy, Westmacott
Trick and transformation arrangers:Molloy, Westmacott
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Godbee
Swan, Miss
Printers:Lowndes and Hobbs, Marquis-court, Drury Lane (contractor)
T. Romney, Bridge-road, Lambeth (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

Corri, Montague P. Intrigue, The; or, The Miser Duped (7 Dec 1812)
Giroux, Gabriel Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (17 Nov 1812)
Foresters, The; or, The Mischief-Maker Detected (21 Dec 1812)
Leartes and Leonora; or, The Enterprising Lover (21 Dec 1812)
Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return (17 Nov 1812)
Rival Sisters, The (30 Nov 1812)
Humphreys Intrigue, The; or, The Miser Duped (7 Dec 1812)
Leclercq, Charles Prince et le Jardinier, Le (20 Apr 1813)
Louis, Madame Bashaw, The; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (14 Dec 1812)
Montignani, Sig. Francisco A. Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad, The (18 Feb 1813)
Parnell, Michael Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (17 Nov 1812)
Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (23 Dec 1812)
Forest Knight, The; or, The King Bewildered (4 Feb 1813)
Giorno Felice, Il; or, The Happy Day (7 Jan 1813)
Love, Honor and Obey (7 Dec 1812)
Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad, The (18 Feb 1813)
Sanderson, James Bashaw, The; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (14 Dec 1812)
Giorno Felice, Il; or, The Happy Day (7 Jan 1813)
Lowland Romp, The (18 Jan 1813)
Red Robber, The; or, The Statue in the Wood (17 Nov 1812)
Scott, Miss Jane M. Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse (17 Nov 1812)
Bashaw, The; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards (14 Dec 1812)
Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan (23 Dec 1812)
Forest Knight, The; or, The King Bewildered (4 Feb 1813)
Giorno Felice, Il; or, The Happy Day (7 Jan 1813)
Love, Honor and Obey (7 Dec 1812)
Love in the City (8 Mar 1813)
Lowland Romp, The (18 Jan 1813)
Red Robber, The; or, The Statue in the Wood (17 Nov 1812)
Two Misers of Smyrna, The; or, Mufti's Tomb (27 Jan 1813)
Vizier's Son, the Merchant's Daughter, and the Ugly Woman of Bagdad, The (18 Feb 1813)
Unknown Jack's Arrived (11 Feb 1813)
Sailor's Triumph, The (19 Apr 1813)
Winslow, E. Lowland Romp, The (18 Jan 1813)

Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Admired dance (21 Dec 1812)
Castanet dance (21 Dec 1812)
Celebrated allemande pas de trois (21 Dec 1812)
Clog hornpipe (21 Dec 1812)
Comic pas trois and goose hunt (23 Dec 1812)
Favorite hornpipe (21 Dec 1812)
Grand Turkish dance (14 Dec 1812)
Medley finale (21 Dec 1812)
Minuet de la Cour (21 Dec 1812)
New gavotte (21 Dec 1812)
Pas seul (17 Nov 1812)
Russian dance (21 Dec 1812)
Sultan, The (21 Dec 1812)

Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Wonderful tricks on a ladder (21 Dec 1812)

Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted Country churchyard breaks and changes into a lighthouse on a rock, splendid gala scene in the Palace of Neptune (23 Dec 1812)
Descent of Baron to infernal regions (21 Dec 1812)
Vision of the hermit (17 Nov 1812)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Unattributed Apartment in a respectable farmer's house (17 Nov 1812)
Club room (23 Dec 1812)
Cold bath (23 Dec 1812)
Country churchyard with tombs (23 Dec 1812)
Exterior of masquerade warehouse and Pantaloon's house (23 Dec 1812)
Exterior of the Baron's castle (17 Nov 1812)
Frost scene (23 Dec 1812)
Grand gala apartment in Palace of Neptune Orme (23 Dec 1812)
Grand Gothic apartment in Baron's castle 8. cavern beneath the Baron's castle, with rocks to open, a (17 Nov 1812)
Hall of festivity (23 Dec 1812)
Interior of castle (17 Nov 1812)
Lighthouse on a rock (23 Dec 1812)
Rural view (23 Dec 1812)
Saloon, a (17 Nov 1812)
Splendid garden, a (17 Nov 1812)
Storehouse of Neptune, depository of wrecks (23 Dec 1812)
Superb apartment of Neptune supposed to be at the bottom of the ocean (23 Dec 1812)
View in the Isle of Wight (23 Dec 1812)
Well known street (23 Dec 1812)
Wood, with hermitage, and pieces, a (17 Nov 1812)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

*  Asgard, the Daemon Hunter; or, Le Diable a la Chasse

(Spectacle by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Giroux, Gabriel (Choreographer); Parnell, Michael (Composer) (42 Performances, 17 Nov 1812 - 6 Jan 1813)

Summary Cast:

Bashaw, The; or, Midnight Adventures of Three Spaniards

(Comic operetta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Giroux, Gabriel (Choreographer); Sanderson, James (Composer) (9 Performances, 14 Dec 1812 - 16 Mar 1813)

Summary Cast:

Davy Jones's Locker; or, Black-Eyed Susan

(Pantomime by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Parnell, Michael (Composer) (53 Performances, 23 Dec 1812 - 20 Apr 1813)

Summary Cast:

*  Forest Knight, The; or, The King Bewildered

(Burletta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Parnell, Michael (Composer) (32 Performances, 4 Feb 1813 - 24 Apr 1813)

Summary Cast:

Foresters, The; or, The Mischief-Maker Detected

(Ballet by Giroux, Gabriel (Choreographer) (2 Performances, 21 Dec 1812 - 22 Dec 1812)

Summary Cast:

Giorno Felice, Il; or, The Happy Day

(Comic operetta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (22 Performances, 7 Jan 1813 - 24 Apr 1813)

Summary Cast:

Intrigue, The; or, The Miser Duped

(Farce by Humphreys (Author) (31 Performances, 7 Dec 1812 - 27 Feb 1813)

Summary Cast:

Jack's Arrived

(Ballet by Unknown (Choreographer) (10 Performances, 11 Feb 1813 - 16 Mar 1813)

Summary Cast:

Leartes and Leonora; or, The Enterprising Lover

(Comic pantomime by Giroux, Gabriel (Choreographer) (2 Performances, 21 Dec 1812 - 22 Dec 1812)

Summary Cast:

Love, Honor and Obey

(Farce by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Parnell, Michael (Composer) (30 Performances, 7 Dec 1812 - 24 Apr 1813)

Summary Cast:

Love in the City

(Farce by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (5 Performances, 8 Mar 1813 - 19 Apr 1813)

Summary Cast:

Lowland Romp, The

(Comic operetta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Sanderson, James (Composer); Winslow, E. (Composer) (8 Performances, 18 Jan 1813 - 26 Jan 1813)

Summary Cast:

*  Patrick and Norah; or, The Soldier's Return

(Ballet by Giroux, Gabriel (Choreographer) (25 Performances, 17 Nov 1812 - 16 Jan 1813)

Summary Cast:

Prince et le Jardinier, Le

(Ballet, 2 acts) by Leclercq, Charles (Choreographer) (1 Performances, 20 Apr 1813)

Summary Cast:

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

(Melodrama by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Sanderson, James (Composer) (17 Performances, 17 Nov 1812 - 5 Dec 1812)

Summary Cast:

Rival Sisters, The

(Divertissement by Giroux, Gabriel (Choreographer) (18 Performances, 30 Nov 1812 - 19 Dec 1812)

Summary Cast:

Sailor's Triumph, The

(Ballet by Unknown (Author) (2 Performances, 19 Apr 1813 - 24 Apr 1813)

Summary Cast:

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

(Comic operetta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Sanderson, James (Composer) (12 Performances, 27 Jan 1813 - 13 Feb 1813)

Summary Cast:

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

(Comic operetta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Parnell, Michael (Composer) (13 Performances, 18 Feb 1813 - 6 Mar 1813)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Barclay

Bennett

Bennett, W.

Bent

Bradley

Bradley, Master

Brady

Cross

Cross, Master

Daly

Florio

Gardel

Giroux, Gabriel

Godbee

Green

Gregson

Harding

Huckel

James

Jones

Jones, Young

La Croix

Leclercq, Charles

Martin

Masters

Meredith

Merry

Mezzia

Minton

Pearman, William

Rivolta, Signor

Shaw

Simmons

Simpson, C. H.

Smith

Solnar

Stebbing, Robert

Swan

Unlisted

Villiers, James

Waters

Widdicomb, Master Fred

Widdicomb, R. H.

Williams

Actresses

Acres, Miss

Brady, Miss

Browne, Miss

Cannon, Miss

Daly, Miss

Daly, Mrs.

Garcia, Miss

Gibbs, Miss

Giroux, Miss C. Peggy

Giroux, Miss F.

Giroux, Miss Jane

Giroux, Miss Louisa

Le Brun, Miss

Lever, Miss

Minton, Miss

Minton, Mrs.

Robinson, Miss

Scott, Miss Jane M.

Stokes, Miss

Stokes, Mrs.

Talbin, Miss

Waters, Miss

Dancers

Daly

Daly, Miss

Garcia, Miss

Gibbs, Miss

Giroux, Miss C. Peggy

Giroux, Miss F.

Giroux, Gabriel

Giroux, Miss Jane

Giroux, Miss Louisa

Jones, Young

Leclercq, Charles

Lever, Miss

Moreau

Robinson, Miss

Simpson, C. H.

Stokes, Miss

Swan

Talbin, Miss

Entertainers

Jones, Young

Rivolta, Signor

Scott, Miss Jane M.

Singers

Acres, Miss

Giroux, Miss F.

Mezzia

Pearman, William

Waters, Miss

General Music Composers/Pieces

Parnell, Michael Unlisted Title # 006 (4 Feb 1813)

General Song Composers/Pieces

Dibdin, Charles Tippitywitchet (23 Dec 1812)
Unlisted Asgard: The Lyre (16 Mar 1813)
Bound 'Prentice to a Waterman (21 Dec 1812)
Favorite song (10 Dec 1812)
Irish song (18 Jan 1813)
Paddy Carey's Fortune (18 Jan 1813)
Poll of Greenwich Fair (16 Mar 1813)
Post Office, The (23 Nov 1812)
Prime, Bang-Up! (21 Dec 1812)

General Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Hornpipe in fetters (23 Dec 1812)

General Entertainment/Pieces

Scott, Miss Jane M. Marian the Constant, and the Knight with His Vizor Closed (23 Nov 1812)
Music, Poetry, and Painting (17 Nov 1812)
Unlisted Musical exhibition (23 Dec 1812)



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