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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 1817-1818

Edited by Franklin Case

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

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

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

Contents

Seasonal Digest

The new season began on 13 October 1817, with Miss Scott's The Lord of the Castle, Leclerq's The Woodman Prince, and The Sportsman and Shepherd; or, Where's The Wig?  The title of The Lord of The Castle was later changed to The Castle of Alberti; or, The Sacred Oath.  For the 27th performance, the bill contains the following note:  "No money returned nor orders admitted nor children suffered to pass on any account."

The Theatrical Inquisitor of October states:

This popular establishment re-opened for the season on Monday, the 13th.inst....  after considerable embellishments in the decorations that have been long and much admired.  A new melodrama has been produced from the ready pen of Miss Scott, called The Lord of the Castle, which was received throughout with long and loud applause till it terminated in a peal of protracted satisfaction.  The ballet of The Woodman Prince is a pretty offering to Terpsichore and exhibits the graceful ability of Monsieur and Madam Leclercq to great advantage.  The corps de ballet is particularly effective.  We...cannot conclude without expressing our pleasure at a continued acquaintance with many old favourites among whom Messrs. J. Jones and Huckel, in their devious walks are entitled to undiminished commendation (p. 319).

The British Stage was also taken with The Lord of the Castle, "a melo-drama...in which serious and ludicrous incidents are very happily blended."  This journal also praised The Widow's Tears, "a burlesque operetta founded on Bickerstaff's Ephesian Matron."  It said this piece "bids fair to attain to considerable popularity; it is a very pleasant trifle, and extremely well performed."  Additional praise was lavished upon the dancing in the person of Madam Charles Leclercq:  "The principal female dancer at this house, Madam Leclercq, is one of the prettiest and most fascinating little creatures we ever witnessed; as a Columbine she would prove particularly serviceable at one of the winter theatres" (17 November 1817, p. 253).  In December, Madam Leclercq did in fact dance Columbine in the pantomime The Necromancer.

This season was shortened because of a long mourning period for the deaths of Princess Charlotte and her child.  The dark period lasted from 7 November 1817, through 21 November 1817.  Adding to this period the regular dark dates in the season, the theatre was closed for 17 days.

The bill for 7 March 1818, which included Whackham and Windham and The Three Crumps, remarks that the theatre was "patronized by all the Royal Family."  The British Stage (December 1817), notes "The comic songs of Mr. Huckel also afford much gratification":

Then I went to the Park and I saw the great gun
Which a present, 'tis said, from the Spaniards did come:
A very queer present, I swear by the Mass,
For we lend them our gold, and they pay us in brass.

On 14 March 1818, the season ended with performances of The Fortunate Youth; The Woodman Prince; Love!  Honour!  and Obey!  and The Three Crumps.

FC

Daily Calendar for 1817-1818


13 October 1817
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
13 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Lord of the Castle (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Later in the season called The Castle of Alberti; or, The Sacred Oath

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Next 14 October 1817

Genre:  (Melodrama) entire new serio-comic melo-drama

First Night Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti (Lord of the Castle): [James] Villiers
Loredan (his nephew): J. Jones
Fabin (valet to Loredan): [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin (huntsman to the Duke): Huckel
Linden (game-keeper): [Richard] Starmer (1st app here)
Strotzi (ruffian): [George B.] Davidge
Garriga (old fiddler): Daly
Adrian (son to the Duke): Miss Ellis (1st app here)
Georgette (wife to Linden): Miss Garcia
Theodosia (wife to Alberti): Mrs. Bemetzrieder
(characters in the dance)
      Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
      Dame Church: Brady
      Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
      Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

2)  The Woodman Prince (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Choreographer: [Charles?] Leclercq

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Next 14 October 1817

Genre:  (Ballet) entire new grand operatic ballet dance

First Night Cast:

Marco Leonardo (Spanish Prince): [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello (the sage, a magician): [George B.] Davidge
Galano (physician): Ellis
Linda (mistress to the Prince): Miss Le Brun
Flora (sister to the Prince): Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko (woodman): Daly
Laurello (lover to Hacko's daughter): W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Asbury
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett (from King's Theatre, 1st time here)
Violette (daughter to Hacko): Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Mitchel
      Miss Taylor

Cast Commentary

Title: General Commentary

3)  The Sportsman and Shepherd; or, Where's the Wig? (1)

Title Comment:  appears in Nicoll as Sportsman and the Shepherd; or, Where's the Wig?

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Next 14 October 1817

Genre:  (Farce) favorite burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir Barnaby Basel: Meredith (1st app in role)
Theodore: J. Jones
St. Vivian (a statuary): [James] Villiers
Tony: Huckel
Dame Deborah: Mrs. Daly
Adele: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

General, Song


14 October 1817
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 October 1817
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lord of the Castle (2)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 13 October 1817; Next 15 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]
Dame Church: Brady

2)  The Woodman Prince (2)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 13 October 1817; Next 15 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Asbury
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Mitchel

3)  The Sportsman and Shepherd; or, Where's the Wig? (2)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 13 October 1817; Next 15 October 1817

Cast:

Sir Barnaby Basel: Meredith
Theodore: J. Jones
St. Vivian: [James] Villiers
Tony: Huckel
Dame Deborah: Mrs. Daly
Adele: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

15 October 1817
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lord of the Castle (3)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 14 October 1817; Next 16 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]
Dame Church: Brady

2)  The Woodman Prince (3)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 14 October 1817; Next 16 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Asbury
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Mitchel

3)  The Sportsman and Shepherd; or, Where's the Wig? (3)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 14 October 1817; Next 16 October 1817

Cast:

Sir Barnaby Basel: Meredith
Theodore: J. Jones
St. Vivian: [James] Villiers
Tony: Huckel
Dame Deborah: Mrs. Daly
Adele: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

16 October 1817
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 October 1817
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Lord of the Castle (4)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 15 October 1817; Next 17 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]
Dame Church: Brady

2)  The Woodman Prince (4)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 15 October 1817; Next 17 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Asbury
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Mitchel

3)  The Sportsman and Shepherd; or, Where's the Wig? (4)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 15 October 1817; Next 17 October 1817

Cast:

Sir Barnaby Basel: Meredith
Theodore: J. Jones
St. Vivian: [James] Villiers
Tony: Huckel
Dame Deborah: Mrs. Daly
Adele: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

17 October 1817
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lord of the Castle (5)

Title Comment:  bill specifies 5th and 6th perfs of this piece on 17 & 18 Nov, proving theatre was open 14-16 November

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 16 October 1817; Next 18 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]
Dame Church: Brady

2)  The Woodman Prince (5)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 16 October 1817; Next 18 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Asbury
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Mitchel

3)  The Sportsman and Shepherd; or, Where's the Wig? (5)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 16 October 1817; Next 18 October 1817

Cast:

Sir Barnaby Basel: Meredith
Theodore: J. Jones
St. Vivian: [James] Villiers
Tony: Huckel
Dame Deborah: Mrs. Daly
Adele: Miss Garcia

Cast Changes:

BUT  Adele: Miss Garcia (replaces Miss [Jane M.] Scott)

18 October 1817
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
17 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lord of the Castle (6)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 17 October 1817; Next 20 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]
Dame Church: Brady

2)  The Woodman Prince (6)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 17 October 1817; Next 20 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Asbury
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Mitchel

3)  The Sportsman and Shepherd; or, Where's the Wig? (6)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 17 October 1817; Next 3 November 1817

Cast:

Sir Barnaby Basel: Meredith
Theodore: J. Jones
St. Vivian: [James] Villiers
Tony: Huckel
Dame Deborah: Mrs. Daly
Adele: Miss Garcia

20 October 1817
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
20 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Dinner of Madelon (1)

Title Comment:  "Given with the original French music, newly arranged" (bill)

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott; Composer: John Jolly

Performances:  First 20 October 1817; Next 21 October 1817

Genre:  (Farce) serio-comic burletta

First Night Cast:

Etienne Benoit (retired tradesman): Meredith
Vincent (undertaker, his friend): [Robert?] Stebbing (1st app in role)
corporal (of the Corps de Garde): [George B.] Davidge
corps de garde:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Terry
      Addison
      Ellis
messenger: Bemetzrieder
Dame Isoline (neighbour): Mrs. Daly
Madelon (servant to Benoit): Mrs. Bemetzrieder (1st app in role)

2)  The Lord of the Castle (7)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 18 October 1817; Next 21 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

OMITS  Dame Church: Brady

3)  The Woodman Prince (7)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 18 October 1817; Next 21 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Asbury
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

Cast Changes:

ADDS  ladies: Miss Kirby
OMITS  ladies: Miss Mitchel

21 October 1817
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
20 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Dinner of Madelon (2)

Performances:  First 20 October 1817; Previous 20 October 1817; Next 22 October 1817

Cast:

Etienne Benoit: Meredith
Vincent: [Robert?] Stebbing
corporal: [George B.] Davidge
corps de garde:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Terry
      Addison
      Ellis
messenger: Bemetzrieder
Dame Isoline: Mrs. Daly
Madelon: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

2)  The Lord of the Castle (8)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 20 October 1817; Next 22 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  The Woodman Prince (8)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 20 October 1817; Next 22 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Asbury
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

22 October 1817
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
20 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Dinner of Madelon (3)

Performances:  First 20 October 1817; Previous 21 October 1817; Next 23 October 1817

Cast:

Etienne Benoit: Meredith
Vincent: [Robert?] Stebbing
corporal: [George B.] Davidge
corps de garde:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Terry
      Addison
      Ellis
messenger: Bemetzrieder
Dame Isoline: Mrs. Daly
Madelon: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

2)  The Lord of the Castle (9)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 21 October 1817; Next 23 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  The Woodman Prince (9)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 21 October 1817; Next 23 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Asbury
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

23 October 1817
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
23 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Widow's Tears (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Based upon Petronius's Widow of Ephesus as adapted by Isaac Bickerstaffe though bill credits only the latter

Author: Isaac Bickerstaffe; Adapter: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Author Commentary:  "From the work of the late Isaac Bickerstaffe, with alterations, songs, introductions, by Miss Scott" (bill)

Performances:  First 23 October 1817; Next 24 October 1817

Genre:  (Burlesque) burlesque tragic comic operetta; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Soldier: [George B.] Davidge
Widow's father: Daly
ghost: Shaw
maid servant: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Widow: Mrs. Daly
 

2)  The Lord of the Castle (10)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 22 October 1817; Next 24 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  The Woodman Prince (10)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 22 October 1817; Next 24 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

Cast Changes:

BUT  Myrtle: Master Conway (replaces Master Asbury)

4)  The Dinner of Madelon (4)

Performances:  First 20 October 1817; Previous 22 October 1817; Next 24 October 1817

Cast:

Etienne Benoit: Meredith
Vincent: [Robert?] Stebbing
corporal: [George B.] Davidge
corps de garde:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Terry
      Addison
      Ellis
messenger: Bemetzrieder
Dame Isoline: Mrs. Daly
Madelon: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

24 October 1817
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
23 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Widow's Tears (2)

Performances:  First 23 October 1817; Previous 23 October 1817; Next 25 October 1817

Cast:

Soldier: [George B.] Davidge
Widow's father: Daly
ghost: Shaw
maid servant: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Widow: Mrs. Daly
 

2)  The Lord of the Castle (11)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 23 October 1817; Next 25 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  The Woodman Prince (11)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 23 October 1817; Next 25 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

4)  The Dinner of Madelon (5)

Performances:  First 20 October 1817; Previous 23 October 1817; Next 25 October 1817

Cast:

Etienne Benoit: Meredith
Vincent: [Robert?] Stebbing
corporal: [George B.] Davidge
corps de garde:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Terry
      Addison
      Ellis
messenger: Bemetzrieder
Dame Isoline: Mrs. Daly
Madelon: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

25 October 1817
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
23 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Widow's Tears (3)

Performances:  First 23 October 1817; Previous 24 October 1817; Next 27 October 1817

Cast:

Soldier: [George B.] Davidge
Widow's father: Daly
ghost: Shaw
maid servant: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Widow: Mrs. Daly
 

2)  The Lord of the Castle (12)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 24 October 1817; Next 27 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  The Woodman Prince (12)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 24 October 1817; Next 27 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

4)  The Dinner of Madelon (6)

Performances:  First 20 October 1817; Previous 24 October 1817; Next 27 October 1817

Cast:

Etienne Benoit: Meredith
Vincent: [Robert?] Stebbing
corporal: [George B.] Davidge
corps de garde:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Terry
      Addison
      Ellis
messenger: Bemetzrieder
Dame Isoline: Mrs. Daly
Madelon: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

27 October 1817
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
27 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Widow's Tears (4)

Performances:  First 23 October 1817; Previous 25 October 1817; Next 28 October 1817

Cast:

Soldier: [George B.] Davidge
Widow's father: Daly
ghost: Shaw
maid servant: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Widow: Mrs. Daly
 

2)  The Lord of the Castle (13)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 25 October 1817; Next 28 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  The Woodman Prince (13)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 25 October 1817; Next 28 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

4)  The Dinner of Madelon (7)

Performances:  First 20 October 1817; Previous 25 October 1817; Next 28 October 1817

Cast:

Etienne Benoit: Meredith
Vincent: [Robert?] Stebbing
corporal: [George B.] Davidge
corps de garde:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Terry
      Addison
      Ellis
messenger: Bemetzrieder
Dame Isoline: Mrs. Daly
Madelon: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

28 October 1817
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
27 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Widow's Tears (5)

Performances:  First 23 October 1817; Previous 27 October 1817; Next 29 October 1817

Cast:

Soldier: [George B.] Davidge
Widow's father: Daly
ghost: Shaw
maid servant: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Widow: Mrs. Daly
 

2)  The Lord of the Castle (14)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 27 October 1817; Next 29 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  The Woodman Prince (14)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 27 October 1817; Next 29 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

4)  The Dinner of Madelon (8)

Performances:  First 20 October 1817; Previous 27 October 1817; Next 29 October 1817

Cast:

Etienne Benoit: Meredith
Vincent: [Robert?] Stebbing
corporal: [George B.] Davidge
corps de garde:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Terry
      Addison
      Ellis
messenger: Bemetzrieder
Dame Isoline: Mrs. Daly
Madelon: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

29 October 1817
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
27 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Widow's Tears (6)

Performances:  First 23 October 1817; Previous 28 October 1817; Next 30 October 1817

Cast:

Soldier: [George B.] Davidge
Widow's father: Daly
ghost: Shaw
maid servant: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Widow: Mrs. Daly
 

2)  The Lord of the Castle (15)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 28 October 1817; Next 30 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  The Woodman Prince (15)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 28 October 1817; Next 30 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

4)  The Dinner of Madelon (9)

Performances:  First 20 October 1817; Previous 28 October 1817

Cast:

Etienne Benoit: Meredith
Vincent: [Robert?] Stebbing
corporal: [George B.] Davidge
corps de garde:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Terry
      Addison
      Ellis
messenger: Bemetzrieder
Dame Isoline: Mrs. Daly
Madelon: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

30 October 1817
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
30 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Widow's Tears (7)

Performances:  First 23 October 1817; Previous 29 October 1817; Next 31 October 1817

Cast:

Soldier: [George B.] Davidge
Widow's father: Daly
ghost: Shaw
maid servant: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Widow: Mrs. Daly
 

2)  The Lord of the Castle (16)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 29 October 1817; Next 31 October 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  The Woodman Prince (16)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 29 October 1817; Next 31 October 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

4)  The Magistrate (1)

Title Comment:  "Not acted these five years" (bill)

Author: [Miss Jane M. Scott]

Performances:  First 30 October 1817; Next 31 October 1817

Genre:  (Burletta) favorite burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy (magistrate): [James] Villiers
Giles Gubbins (farmer in love with Fanny): [Robert?] Stebbing
William (clerk): Bemetzrieder
Edward (young soldier): J. Jones
Fanny (country girl): Miss Garcia
 

General, Song


31 October 1817
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
30 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Widow's Tears (8)

Performances:  First 23 October 1817; Previous 30 October 1817; Next 1 November 1817

Cast:

Soldier: [George B.] Davidge
Widow's father: Daly
ghost: Shaw
maid servant: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Widow: Mrs. Daly
 

2)  The Lord of the Castle (17)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 30 October 1817; Next 1 November 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  The Woodman Prince (17)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 30 October 1817; Next 1 November 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

4)  The Magistrate (2)

Performances:  First 30 October 1817; Previous 30 October 1817; Next 1 November 1817

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James] Villiers
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Bemetzrieder
Edward: J. Jones
Fanny: Miss Garcia
 

1 November 1817
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
30 October 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Widow's Tears (9)

Performances:  First 23 October 1817; Previous 31 October 1817; Next 3 November 1817

Cast:

Soldier: [George B.] Davidge
Widow's father: Daly
ghost: Shaw
maid servant: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Widow: Mrs. Daly
 

2)  The Lord of the Castle (18)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 31 October 1817; Next 3 November 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  The Woodman Prince (18)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 31 October 1817; Next 3 November 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

4)  The Magistrate (3)

Performances:  First 30 October 1817; Previous 31 October 1817; Next 22 November 1817

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James] Villiers
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Bemetzrieder
Edward: J. Jones
Fanny: Miss Garcia
 

3 November 1817
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
3 November 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lord of the Castle (19)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 1 November 1817; Next 4 November 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

2)  The Sportsman and Shepherd; or, Where's the Wig? (7)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 18 October 1817; Next 4 November 1817

Cast:

Sir Barnaby Basel: Meredith
Theodore: J. Jones
St. Vivian: [James] Villiers
Tony: Huckel
Dame Deborah: Mrs. Daly
Adele: Miss Garcia

3)  The Woodman Prince (19)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 1 November 1817; Next 4 November 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

4)  Widow's Tears (10)

Performances:  First 23 October 1817; Previous 1 November 1817; Next 4 November 1817

Cast:

Soldier: [George B.] Davidge
Widow's father: Daly
ghost: Shaw
maid servant: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Widow: Mrs. Daly
 

4 November 1817
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
3 November 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lord of the Castle (20)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 3 November 1817; Next 5 November 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

2)  The Sportsman and Shepherd; or, Where's the Wig? (8)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 3 November 1817; Next 5 November 1817

Cast:

Sir Barnaby Basel: Meredith
Theodore: J. Jones
St. Vivian: [James] Villiers
Tony: Huckel
Dame Deborah: Mrs. Daly
Adele: Miss Garcia

3)  The Woodman Prince (20)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 3 November 1817; Next 5 November 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

4)  Widow's Tears (11)

Performances:  First 23 October 1817; Previous 3 November 1817; Next 5 November 1817

Cast:

Soldier: [George B.] Davidge
Widow's father: Daly
ghost: Shaw
maid servant: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Widow: Mrs. Daly
 

5 November 1817
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
3 November 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lord of the Castle (21)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 4 November 1817; Next 6 November 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

2)  The Sportsman and Shepherd; or, Where's the Wig? (9)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 4 November 1817

Cast:

Sir Barnaby Basel: Meredith
Theodore: J. Jones
St. Vivian: [James] Villiers
Tony: Huckel
Dame Deborah: Mrs. Daly
Adele: Miss Garcia

3)  The Woodman Prince (21)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 4 November 1817; Next 6 November 1817

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

4)  Widow's Tears (12)

Performances:  First 23 October 1817; Previous 4 November 1817; Next 6 November 1817

Cast:

Soldier: [George B.] Davidge
Widow's father: Daly
ghost: Shaw
maid servant: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Widow: Mrs. Daly
 

6 November 1817
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
6 November 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Widow's Tears (13)

Performances:  First 23 October 1817; Previous 5 November 1817

Cast:

Soldier: [George B.] Davidge
Widow's father: Daly
ghost: Shaw
maid servant: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Widow: Mrs. Daly
 

2)  The Lord of the Castle (22)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 5 November 1817; Next 22 November 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  The Woodman Prince (22)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 5 November 1817; Next 5 February 1818

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

4)  Love, Honor and Obey (1)

Title Comment:  "The original [of] Brother and Sister as written by Miss Scott" (bill)

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

Performances:  First 6 November 1817; Next 22 November 1817

Genre:  (Farce) favorite farcical burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: [Robert?] Stebbing
Lady Arabella Atherstone: Miss Garcia
Frances: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Flora: Mrs. Daly
The Countess: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

General, Song


7 November 1817
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Mourning for Princess Charlotte and child


8 November 1817
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Mourning for Princess Charlotte and child


10 November 1817
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Mourning for Princess Charlotte and child


11 November 1817
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Mourning for Princess Charlotte and child


12 November 1817
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Mourning for Princess Charlotte and child


13 November 1817
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Mourning for Princess Charlotte and child


14 November 1817
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Mourning for Princess Charlotte and child


15 November 1817
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Mourning for Princess Charlotte and child


17 November 1817
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Mourning for Princess Charlotte and child


18 November 1817
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Mourning for Princess Charlotte and child


19 November 1817
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Mourning for Princess Charlotte and child


20 November 1817
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Mourning for Princess Charlotte and child


21 November 1817
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Mourning for Princess Charlotte and child


22 November 1817
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
22 November 1817
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1)  The Magistrate (4)

Performances:  First 30 October 1817; Previous 1 November 1817; Next 24 November 1817

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James] Villiers
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Bemetzrieder
Edward: J. Jones
Fanny: Miss Garcia
 

2)  The Lord of the Castle (23)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 6 November 1817; Next 24 November 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  Gay Deceiver (1)

Choreographer: [Charles?] Leclercq

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Next 24 November 1817

Genre:  (Ballet) new ballet dance

First Night Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

Cast Commentary

Dance

4)  Love, Honor and Obey (2)

Performances:  First 6 November 1817; Previous 6 November 1817; Next 24 November 1817

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: [Robert?] Stebbing
Lady Arabella Atherstone: Miss Garcia
Frances: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Flora: Mrs. Daly
The Countess: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

24 November 1817
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
24 November 1817
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Magistrate (5)

Performances:  First 30 October 1817; Previous 22 November 1817; Next 25 November 1817

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James] Villiers
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Bemetzrieder
Edward: J. Jones
Fanny: Miss Garcia
 

2)  The Lord of the Castle (24)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 22 November 1817; Next 25 November 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  Gay Deceiver (2)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 22 November 1817; Next 25 November 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

4)  Love, Honor and Obey (3)

Performances:  First 6 November 1817; Previous 22 November 1817; Next 25 November 1817

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: [Robert?] Stebbing
Lady Arabella Atherstone: Miss Garcia
Frances: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Flora: Mrs. Daly
The Countess: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

25 November 1817
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
24 November 1817
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Magistrate (6)

Performances:  First 30 October 1817; Previous 24 November 1817; Next 26 November 1817

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James] Villiers
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Bemetzrieder
Edward: J. Jones
Fanny: Miss Garcia
 

2)  The Lord of the Castle (25)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 24 November 1817; Next 26 November 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  Gay Deceiver (3)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 24 November 1817; Next 26 November 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

4)  Love, Honor and Obey (4)

Performances:  First 6 November 1817; Previous 24 November 1817; Next 26 November 1817

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: [Robert?] Stebbing
Lady Arabella Atherstone: Miss Garcia
Frances: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Flora: Mrs. Daly
The Countess: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

26 November 1817
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
24 November 1817
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Magistrate (7)

Performances:  First 30 October 1817; Previous 25 November 1817

Cast:

Sir Walter Worthy: [James] Villiers
Giles Gubbins: [Robert?] Stebbing
William: Bemetzrieder
Edward: J. Jones
Fanny: Miss Garcia
 

2)  The Lord of the Castle (26)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 25 November 1817; Next 27 November 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3)  Gay Deceiver (4)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 25 November 1817; Next 27 November 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

4)  Love, Honor and Obey (5)

Performances:  First 6 November 1817; Previous 25 November 1817; Next 14 March 1818

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: [Robert?] Stebbing
Lady Arabella Atherstone: Miss Garcia
Frances: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Flora: Mrs. Daly
The Countess: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

27 November 1817
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
27 November 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; "Written partly from the works of Maria Edgeworth" (bill)

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott; Composer: John Jolly

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Next 28 November 1817

Genre:  (Farce) entire new serio-comic Irish burletta

First Night Cast:

Matthew M'Bride (rich farmer): Richardson
Philip M'Bride (alias Flourishing Phil, his son): [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney (lover to Bessy M'Bride): J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney (banker and distiller): [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty (servant to O'Blarney): [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney (magistrate's secretary): [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney (a widow, mother to Randal): Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen (a Scotch girl, niece to Matthew M'Bride): Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride (Matthew's daughter): Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (5)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 26 November 1817; Next 28 November 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  The Lord of the Castle (27)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 26 November 1817; Next 28 November 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

General, Song


28 November 1817
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
27 November 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (2)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 27 November 1817; Next 29 November 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (6)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 27 November 1817; Next 29 November 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  The Lord of the Castle (28)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 27 November 1817; Next 29 November 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

29 November 1817
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
27 November 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (3)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 28 November 1817; Next 1 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (7)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 28 November 1817; Next 1 December 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  The Lord of the Castle (29)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 28 November 1817; Next 1 December 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

1 December 1817
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (4)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 29 November 1817; Next 2 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (8)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 29 November 1817; Next 2 December 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  The Lord of the Castle (30)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 29 November 1817; Next 2 December 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

2 December 1817
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (5)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 1 December 1817; Next 3 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (9)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 1 December 1817; Next 3 December 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  The Lord of the Castle (31)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 1 December 1817; Next 3 December 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

3 December 1817
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (6)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 2 December 1817; Next 4 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (10)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 2 December 1817; Next 4 December 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  The Lord of the Castle (32)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 2 December 1817; Next 4 December 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

4 December 1817
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (7)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 3 December 1817; Next 5 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (11)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 3 December 1817; Next 5 December 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  The Lord of the Castle (33)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 3 December 1817; Next 5 December 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

5 December 1817
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (8)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 4 December 1817; Next 6 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (12)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 4 December 1817; Next 6 December 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  The Lord of the Castle (34)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 4 December 1817; Next 6 December 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

6 December 1817
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
4 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (9)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 5 December 1817; Next 8 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (13)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 5 December 1817; Next 8 December 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  The Lord of the Castle (35)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 5 December 1817; Next 26 December 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

8 December 1817
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (10)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 6 December 1817; Next 9 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (14)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 6 December 1817; Next 9 December 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers (1)

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Performances:  First 8 December 1817; Next 9 December 1817

Genre:  (Farce) very singular and admired burletta

First Night Cast:

Wilford Whackham, Esq. (Attorney at Law): Meredith
Worrit Windham Esq. (Attorney at Law): [Robert?] Stebbing
Henry Windham (Worrit's son, an imitative character): [James] Villiers
Thomas Thresher (Whackham's servant man): Huckel
Quilldrive (Windham's clerk): Daly
Rebecca: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Maria Whackham: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


9 December 1817
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (11)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 8 December 1817; Next 10 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (15)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 8 December 1817; Next 10 December 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers (2)

Performances:  First 8 December 1817; Previous 8 December 1817; Next 10 December 1817

Cast:

Wilford Whackham, Esq.: Meredith
Worrit Windham Esq.: [Robert?] Stebbing
Henry Windham: [James] Villiers
Thomas Thresher: Huckel
Quilldrive: Daly
Rebecca: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Maria Whackham: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

General, Commentary


10 December 1817
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (12)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 9 December 1817; Next 11 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (16)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 9 December 1817; Next 11 December 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers (3)

Performances:  First 8 December 1817; Previous 9 December 1817; Next 11 December 1817

Cast:

Wilford Whackham, Esq.: Meredith
Worrit Windham Esq.: [Robert?] Stebbing
Henry Windham: [James] Villiers
Thomas Thresher: Huckel
Quilldrive: Daly
Rebecca: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Maria Whackham: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

11 December 1817
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (13)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 10 December 1817; Next 12 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (17)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 10 December 1817; Next 12 December 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers (4)

Performances:  First 8 December 1817; Previous 10 December 1817; Next 12 December 1817

Cast:

Wilford Whackham, Esq.: Meredith
Worrit Windham Esq.: [Robert?] Stebbing
Henry Windham: [James] Villiers
Thomas Thresher: Huckel
Quilldrive: Daly
Rebecca: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Maria Whackham: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

12 December 1817
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (14)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 11 December 1817; Next 13 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (18)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 11 December 1817; Next 13 December 1817

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers (5)

Performances:  First 8 December 1817; Previous 11 December 1817; Next 13 December 1817

Cast:

Wilford Whackham, Esq.: Meredith
Worrit Windham Esq.: [Robert?] Stebbing
Henry Windham: [James] Villiers
Thomas Thresher: Huckel
Quilldrive: Daly
Rebecca: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Maria Whackham: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

13 December 1817
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
11 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (15)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 12 December 1817; Next 15 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  Gay Deceiver (19)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 12 December 1817; Next 16 February 1818

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq

3)  Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers (6)

Performances:  First 8 December 1817; Previous 12 December 1817; Next 5 January 1818

Cast:

Wilford Whackham, Esq.: Meredith
Worrit Windham Esq.: [Robert?] Stebbing
Henry Windham: [James] Villiers
Thomas Thresher: Huckel
Quilldrive: Daly
Rebecca: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Maria Whackham: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

15 December 1817
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
15 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (16)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 13 December 1817; Next 16 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (1)

Choreographer: [Charles?] Leclercq

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Next 16 December 1817

Genre:  (Divertissement) favorite divertissement

First Night Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  Camilla the Amazon; or, The Mountain Robber (1)

Title Comment:  new plot, incidents and situations

Author: [Miss Jane M. Scott]

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Next 16 December 1817

Genre:  (Melodrama) splendid serio-comic heroic melo-dramatic piece

First Night Cast:

Fidesco (young nobleman, beloved of Camilla): [George B.] Davidge (1st. time)
Edwin (favorite page to Fidesco): [Charles?] Leclercq
Alwin (principal page to Camilla): W[illiam] Kirby
Rostock (steward to Camilla): [Richard] Starmer
Hillary (gardner to Camilla): Huckel
Tapoli (miller, vassal to Camilla): [Robert?] Stebbing
pages attendant on the Princess:
      J. Davidge
      Ellis
      Master Conway
      Master Bennett
guards:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
(attendants on Ferano)
      Ruscoli: Daly
      Petrofo: [William H.] Walbourn
Ferano (The Mountain Robber): [James] Villiers
Ella (young Tyrolian, sister to Edwin, seduced and deserted by Fidesco): Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Colinette (daughter to Tapoli): Miss Garcia
Thomasin (wife to Tapoli): Mrs. Daly
Julian (infant son of Ella and Fidesco): Miss Stebbing
ladies of Camilla's court:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Young
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Cox
Camilla (the Amazon): Mrs. Bemetzrieder
peasants:
      Turner
      Brown
      Terry
      Gray
      Bond
      Smith
      Miss Hart
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby
vassals and attendants on The Mountain Robber: [Unlisted]

Dance


16 December 1817
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
15 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (17)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 15 December 1817; Next 17 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (2)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 15 December 1817; Next 17 December 1817

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  Camilla the Amazon; or, The Mountain Robber (2)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 15 December 1817; Next 17 December 1817

Cast:

Fidesco: [George B.] Davidge
Edwin: [Charles?] Leclercq
Alwin: W[illiam] Kirby
Rostock: [Richard] Starmer
Hillary: Huckel
Tapoli: [Robert?] Stebbing
pages attendant on the Princess:
      J. Davidge
      Ellis
      Master Conway
      Master Bennett
guards:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
Ruscoli: Daly
Petrofo: [William H.] Walbourn
Ferano: [James] Villiers
Ella: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Colinette: Miss Garcia
Thomasin: Mrs. Daly
Julian: Miss Stebbing
ladies of Camilla's court:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Young
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Cox
Camilla: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
peasants:
      Turner
      Brown
      Terry
      Gray
      Bond
      Smith
      Miss Hart
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby
vassals and attendants on The Mountain Robber: [Unlisted]

17 December 1817
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
15 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (18)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 16 December 1817; Next 18 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (3)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 16 December 1817; Next 18 December 1817

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  Camilla the Amazon; or, The Mountain Robber (3)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 16 December 1817; Next 18 December 1817

Cast:

Fidesco: [George B.] Davidge
Edwin: [Charles?] Leclercq
Alwin: W[illiam] Kirby
Rostock: [Richard] Starmer
Hillary: Huckel
Tapoli: [Robert?] Stebbing
pages attendant on the Princess:
      J. Davidge
      Ellis
      Master Conway
      Master Bennett
guards:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
Ruscoli: Daly
Petrofo: [William H.] Walbourn
Ferano: [James] Villiers
Ella: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Colinette: Miss Garcia
Thomasin: Mrs. Daly
Julian: Miss Stebbing
ladies of Camilla's court:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Young
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Cox
Camilla: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
peasants:
      Turner
      Brown
      Terry
      Gray
      Bond
      Smith
      Miss Hart
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby
vassals and attendants on The Mountain Robber: [Unlisted]

18 December 1817
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 December 1817
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (19)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 17 December 1817; Next 19 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (4)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 17 December 1817; Next 19 December 1817

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  Camilla the Amazon; or, The Mountain Robber (4)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 17 December 1817; Next 19 December 1817

Cast:

Fidesco: [George B.] Davidge
Edwin: [Charles?] Leclercq
Alwin: W[illiam] Kirby
Rostock: [Richard] Starmer
Hillary: Huckel
Tapoli: [Robert?] Stebbing
pages attendant on the Princess:
      J. Davidge
      Ellis
      Master Conway
      Master Bennett
guards:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
Ruscoli: Daly
Petrofo: [William H.] Walbourn
Ferano: [James] Villiers
Ella: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Colinette: Miss Garcia
Thomasin: Mrs. Daly
Julian: Miss Stebbing
ladies of Camilla's court:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Young
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Cox
Camilla: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
peasants:
      Turner
      Brown
      Terry
      Gray
      Bond
      Smith
      Miss Hart
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby
vassals and attendants on The Mountain Robber: [Unlisted]

Title: General Commentary


19 December 1817
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 December 1817
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (20)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 18 December 1817; Next 20 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (5)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 18 December 1817; Next 20 December 1817

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  Camilla the Amazon; or, The Mountain Robber (5)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 18 December 1817; Next 20 December 1817

Cast:

Fidesco: [George B.] Davidge
Edwin: [Charles?] Leclercq
Alwin: W[illiam] Kirby
Rostock: [Richard] Starmer
Hillary: Huckel
Tapoli: [Robert?] Stebbing
pages attendant on the Princess:
      J. Davidge
      Ellis
      Master Conway
      Master Bennett
guards:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
Ruscoli: Daly
Petrofo: [William H.] Walbourn
Ferano: [James] Villiers
Ella: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Colinette: Miss Garcia
Thomasin: Mrs. Daly
Julian: Miss Stebbing
ladies of Camilla's court:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Young
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Cox
Camilla: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
peasants:
      Turner
      Brown
      Terry
      Gray
      Bond
      Smith
      Miss Hart
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby
vassals and attendants on The Mountain Robber: [Unlisted]

20 December 1817
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
18 December 1817
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (21)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 19 December 1817; Next 22 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (6)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 19 December 1817; Next 22 December 1817

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  Camilla the Amazon; or, The Mountain Robber (6)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 19 December 1817; Next 22 December 1817

Cast:

Fidesco: [George B.] Davidge
Edwin: [Charles?] Leclercq
Alwin: W[illiam] Kirby
Rostock: [Richard] Starmer
Hillary: Huckel
Tapoli: [Robert?] Stebbing
pages attendant on the Princess:
      J. Davidge
      Ellis
      Master Conway
      Master Bennett
guards:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
Ruscoli: Daly
Petrofo: [William H.] Walbourn
Ferano: [James] Villiers
Ella: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Colinette: Miss Garcia
Thomasin: Mrs. Daly
Julian: Miss Stebbing
ladies of Camilla's court:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Young
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Cox
Camilla: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
peasants:
      Turner
      Brown
      Terry
      Gray
      Bond
      Smith
      Miss Hart
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby
vassals and attendants on The Mountain Robber: [Unlisted]

22 December 1817
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
22 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (22)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 20 December 1817; Next 23 December 1817

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (7)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 20 December 1817; Next 23 December 1817

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  Camilla the Amazon; or, The Mountain Robber (7)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 20 December 1817; Next 23 December 1817

Cast:

Fidesco: [George B.] Davidge
Edwin: [Charles?] Leclercq
Alwin: W[illiam] Kirby
Rostock: [Richard] Starmer
Hillary: Huckel
Tapoli: [Robert?] Stebbing
pages attendant on the Princess:
      J. Davidge
      Ellis
      Master Conway
      Master Bennett
guards:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
Ruscoli: Daly
Petrofo: [William H.] Walbourn
Ferano: [James] Villiers
Ella: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Colinette: Miss Garcia
Thomasin: Mrs. Daly
Julian: Miss Stebbing
ladies of Camilla's court:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Young
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Cox
Camilla: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
peasants:
      Turner
      Brown
      Terry
      Gray
      Bond
      Smith
      Miss Hart
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby
vassals and attendants on The Mountain Robber: [Unlisted]

23 December 1817
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
22 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (23)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 22 December 1817; Next 1 January 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (8)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 22 December 1817; Next 26 December 1817

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  Camilla the Amazon; or, The Mountain Robber (8)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 22 December 1817

Cast:

Fidesco: [George B.] Davidge
Edwin: [Charles?] Leclercq
Alwin: W[illiam] Kirby
Rostock: [Richard] Starmer
Hillary: Huckel
Tapoli: [Robert?] Stebbing
pages attendant on the Princess:
      J. Davidge
      Ellis
      Master Conway
      Master Bennett
guards:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
Ruscoli: Daly
Petrofo: [William H.] Walbourn
Ferano: [James] Villiers
Ella: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Colinette: Miss Garcia
Thomasin: Mrs. Daly
Julian: Miss Stebbing
ladies of Camilla's court:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Young
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Cox
Camilla: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
peasants:
      Turner
      Brown
      Terry
      Gray
      Bond
      Smith
      Miss Hart
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby
vassals and attendants on The Mountain Robber: [Unlisted]

24 December 1817
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Christmas Eve


25 December 1817
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Christmas Day


26 December 1817
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lord of the Castle (36)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 6 December 1817; Next 27 December 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

OMITS  Marcellin: Huckel

2)  The Summer's Evening (9)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 23 December 1817; Next 27 December 1817

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

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

Title Comment:  extensive plot summary appears on DFo bill 22 Jan 1819

Author: [Miss Jane M. Scott]

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Next 27 December 1817

Genre:  (Pantomime) grand distinguished comic pantomime

First Night Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa (the Necromancer): J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino (Necromancer's man), afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
(comic serenaders)
      barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
      bellman: [George B.] Davidge
      cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
      watchman: Brady
      post boy: Master Conway
      sweep: Terry
(servants to Pantaloon)
      Whiskerando: Shaw
      Clod: Gay
      Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

Cast Commentary

Dance

General, Song

General, Commentary


27 December 1817
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lord of the Castle (37)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 26 December 1817; Next 29 December 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (10)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 26 December 1817; Next 29 December 1817

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 26 December 1817; Next 29 December 1817

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

29 December 1817
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
29 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lord of the Castle (38)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 27 December 1817; Next 30 December 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Summer's Evening (11)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 27 December 1817; Next 30 December 1817

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 27 December 1817; Next 30 December 1817

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

General, Dance

General, Dance Commentary


30 December 1817
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
29 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lord of the Castle (39)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 29 December 1817; Next 31 December 1817

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (12)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 29 December 1817; Next 31 December 1817

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 29 December 1817; Next 31 December 1817

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

31 December 1817
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
29 December 1817
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Lord of the Castle (40)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 30 December 1817; Next 29 January 1818

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (13)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 30 December 1817; Next 1 January 1818

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 30 December 1817; Next 1 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

1 January 1818
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 January 1818
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (24)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 23 December 1817; Next 2 January 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (14)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 31 December 1817; Next 2 January 1818

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

Title: General Commentary

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 31 December 1817; Next 2 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

Title: General Commentary


2 January 1818
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 January 1818
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (25)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 1 January 1818; Next 3 January 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (15)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 1 January 1818; Next 3 January 1818

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 1 January 1818; Next 3 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

3 January 1818
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
1 January 1818
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (26)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 2 January 1818; Next 8 January 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (16)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 2 January 1818; Next 5 January 1818

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 2 January 1818; Next 5 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

5 January 1818
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 January 1818
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Founded on recent facts

Author: [Miss Jane M. Scott]

Author Commentary:  "The whole of the evening's entertainments written by Miss Jane M. Scott" (bill 12 Jan 1818)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Next 6 January 1818

Genre:  (Farce) new comic burletta sketch

First Night Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem (alias the Fortunate Youth): Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge (servant to farmer Gullem): Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly (servant to Rackrent): [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid (in search of a good living): Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William (servant to Young Gullem): Brady
Edward (servant to Lady Trapem): Addison
Thomas (servant to the Duchess of Dreadnought): [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia (her daughter): Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena (Duchess' daughter): Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: Unlisted

2)  The Summer's Evening (17)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 3 January 1818; Next 6 January 1818

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers (7)

Performances:  First 8 December 1817; Previous 13 December 1817; Next 6 January 1818

Cast:

Wilford Whackham, Esq.: Meredith
Worrit Windham Esq.: [Robert?] Stebbing
Henry Windham: [James] Villiers
Thomas Thresher: Huckel
Quilldrive: Daly
Rebecca: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Maria Whackham: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 3 January 1818; Next 6 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

Title: General Commentary

General, Entertainment Commentary


6 January 1818
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 January 1818
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (2)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 5 January 1818; Next 7 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (18)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 5 January 1818; Next 7 January 1818

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers (8)

Performances:  First 8 December 1817; Previous 5 January 1818; Next 7 January 1818

Cast:

Wilford Whackham, Esq.: Meredith
Worrit Windham Esq.: [Robert?] Stebbing
Henry Windham: [James] Villiers
Thomas Thresher: Huckel
Quilldrive: Daly
Rebecca: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Maria Whackham: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 5 January 1818; Next 7 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

7 January 1818
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 January 1818
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (3)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 6 January 1818; Next 8 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (19)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 6 January 1818; Next 26 January 1818

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers (9)

Performances:  First 8 December 1817; Previous 6 January 1818; Next 2 February 1818

Cast:

Wilford Whackham, Esq.: Meredith
Worrit Windham Esq.: [Robert?] Stebbing
Henry Windham: [James] Villiers
Thomas Thresher: Huckel
Quilldrive: Daly
Rebecca: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Maria Whackham: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 6 January 1818; Next 8 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

8 January 1818
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 January 1818
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (4)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 7 January 1818; Next 9 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (27)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 3 January 1818; Next 9 January 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

Title: General Commentary

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 7 January 1818; Next 9 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

Title: General Commentary

General, Dance


9 January 1818
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 January 1818
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (5)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 8 January 1818; Next 10 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (28)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 8 January 1818; Next 10 January 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 8 January 1818; Next 10 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

10 January 1818
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
8 January 1818
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (6)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 9 January 1818; Next 12 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (29)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 9 January 1818; Next 16 February 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 9 January 1818; Next 12 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

12 January 1818
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 January 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (7)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 10 January 1818; Next 13 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (1)

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Next 13 January 1818

Genre:  (Melodrama) celebrated original drama or melo-romantic burletta of interest

First Night Cast:

Count Lanfranco (Governor of Cordova secretly in league with the banditti): James Jones
Almanza (Spanish general beloved by the people, proscribed through the machinations of Count Lanfranco): [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva (courier from the King attached to Almanza): Huckel
Bruto Shabrico (captain of banditti): [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph (robber disguised as a woodman): [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso (chief of band of smugglers): Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso (son of Nicolas): [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso (son of Nicolas): John Jones
(principal banditti)
      Rufus: Daly
      Garcius: Bemetzrieder
      Brianthus: Addison
      Otho: Edwards
      Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
      Stiletto: Bond
      Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm (goatherd boy): Miss Ellis
Florian (infant son of Almanza supposed to have perished in the flames of the castle): Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana (wife of Almanza wandering with him disguised in the mountains): Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Cast Commentary

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 10 January 1818; Next 13 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

13 January 1818
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 January 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (8)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 12 January 1818; Next 14 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (2)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 12 January 1818; Next 14 January 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 12 January 1818; Next 14 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

14 January 1818
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 January 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (9)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 13 January 1818; Next 15 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (3)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 13 January 1818; Next 15 January 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 13 January 1818; Next 15 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

15 January 1818
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
15 January 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (10)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 14 January 1818; Next 16 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (4)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 14 January 1818; Next 16 January 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 14 January 1818; Next 16 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

16 January 1818
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
15 January 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (11)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 15 January 1818; Next 17 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (5)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 15 January 1818; Next 17 January 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 15 January 1818; Next 17 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

17 January 1818
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
15 January 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (12)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 16 January 1818; Next 19 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (6)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 16 January 1818; Next 19 January 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 16 January 1818; Next 19 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

19 January 1818
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
19 January 1818
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (13)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 17 January 1818; Next 20 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (7)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 17 January 1818; Next 20 January 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss Garcia

Cast Changes:

BUT  Roda: Miss Garcia (replaces Miss [Jane M.] Scott)

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 17 January 1818; Next 20 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

20 January 1818
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
19 January 1818
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (14)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 19 January 1818; Next 21 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (8)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 19 January 1818; Next 21 January 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss Garcia

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 19 January 1818; Next 21 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

21 January 1818
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
19 January 1818
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (15)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 20 January 1818; Next 22 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (9)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 20 January 1818; Next 22 January 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss Garcia

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 20 January 1818; Next 22 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

22 January 1818
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
22 January 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (16)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 21 January 1818; Next 23 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (10)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 21 January 1818; Next 23 January 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss Garcia

Title: General Commentary

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

Title Comment:  extensive plot summary appears on DFo bill 22 Jan 1819

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 21 January 1818; Next 23 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

23 January 1818
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil
22 January 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (17)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 22 January 1818; Next 24 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (11)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 22 January 1818; Next 24 January 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss Garcia

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 22 January 1818; Next 24 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

24 January 1818
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
22 January 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (18)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 23 January 1818; Next 26 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (12)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 23 January 1818; Next 26 January 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss Garcia

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 23 January 1818; Next 26 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

26 January 1818
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 January 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (19)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 24 January 1818; Next 27 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (20)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 7 January 1818; Next 27 January 1818

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (13)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 24 January 1818; Next 27 January 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss Garcia

Title: General Commentary

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 24 January 1818; Next 27 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

General, Entertainment


27 January 1818
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 January 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (20)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 26 January 1818; Next 28 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (21)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 26 January 1818; Next 28 January 1818

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (14)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 26 January 1818; Next 28 January 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss Garcia

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 26 January 1818; Next 28 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

28 January 1818
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
26 January 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (21)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 27 January 1818; Next 29 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (22)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 27 January 1818; Next 29 January 1818

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (15)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 27 January 1818; Next 10 March 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss Garcia

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 27 January 1818; Next 29 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

29 January 1818
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
29 January 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (22)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 28 January 1818; Next 31 January 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (23)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 28 January 1818; Next 31 January 1818

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Lord of the Castle (41)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 31 December 1817; Next 31 January 1818

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Marcellin: Huckel

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 28 January 1818; Next 31 January 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

30 January 1818
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Martyr's Day


31 January 1818
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
29 January 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (23)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 29 January 1818; Next 2 February 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (24)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 29 January 1818; Next 2 February 1818

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  The Lord of the Castle (42)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 29 January 1818; Next 12 March 1818

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: [George B.] Davidge
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Suzette: Miss Bond
peasants: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 29 January 1818; Next 2 February 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

2 February 1818
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 February 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (24)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 31 January 1818; Next 3 February 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (25)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 31 January 1818; Next 3 February 1818

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers (10)

Performances:  First 8 December 1817; Previous 7 January 1818; Next 3 February 1818

Cast:

Wilford Whackham, Esq.: Meredith
Worrit Windham Esq.: [Robert?] Stebbing
Henry Windham: [James] Villiers
Thomas Thresher: Huckel
Quilldrive: Daly
Rebecca: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Maria Whackham: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 31 January 1818; Next 3 February 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

3 February 1818
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
2 February 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (25)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 2 February 1818; Next 5 February 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Summer's Evening (26)

Performances:  First 15 December 1817; Previous 2 February 1818

Cast:

principal dancers:
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
ladies in the corps de ballet:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Bond
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Shaw

3)  Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers (11)

Performances:  First 8 December 1817; Previous 2 February 1818; Next 7 March 1818

Cast:

Wilford Whackham, Esq.: Meredith
Worrit Windham Esq.: [Robert?] Stebbing
Henry Windham: [James] Villiers
Thomas Thresher: Huckel
Quilldrive: Daly
Rebecca: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Maria Whackham: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1817; Previous 2 February 1818

Cast:

Cornelius Agrippa: J. Jones
Skeleton, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Cripplegateino, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Featherissimo, or Lover: [William H.] Walbourn
Anysideino, afterwards Clown, servant to three masters: James Jones
female statue, afterwards Columbine: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
Daemon of the magic study: [James] Villiers
serious serenaders:
      Miss Garcia
      Mrs. Bemetzrieder
      [Richard] Starmer
      Ellis
barber: [Robert?] Stebbing
bellman: [George B.] Davidge
cobbler: [C. H.?] Simpson
watchman: Brady
post boy: Master Conway
sweep: Terry
Whiskerando: Shaw
Clod: Gay
Lefrog: Bemetzrieder
Grand Inquisitor: Huckel
friar: [James] Villiers
old nurse: Mrs. Daly
fishwoman: Mrs. [William] Kirby
market girl: Miss R. Garcia
Euphrosyne: Miss Garcia
principal Bacchante: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
bacchantes with tambourines:
      Miss Terry
      Miss Kirby
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bond
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Taylor
bacchanals with cymbals:
      Addison
      Brady
      Gay
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Terry
      Bemetzrieder
Hebe: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Cupid: Miss Stebbing
Venus: Miss Le Brun
principal vocal attendants on Bacchus:
      [George B.] Davidge
      Ellis
      [Richard] Starmer
attendants on the car:
      Miss Bennett
      Master Conway
      Master Richardson
      Miss Richardson
Bacchus: Miss Ellis

4 February 1818
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Ash Wednesday


5 February 1818
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
5 February 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Benefit: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

1)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott; Composer: John Jolly

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Next 7 February 1818

Genre:  (Farce) entire new and original eccentric melo-drama

First Night Cast:

Crump Hassen (the Furious): Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen (the Merry): [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen (the Melancholy): Daly
Uphas (silly porter of Bagdad): Huckel
Duranda (young fisherman): John Jones
Semjah (lord of the Court): Harding
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
(principal fishermen)
      Napthor: Montague
      Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Druzella (wife to Crump Hassen, the Furious): Mrs. Daly
Nerina (daughter to Crump Hassen): Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Cast Commentary

Scenery Commentary

2)  The Woodman Prince (23)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 6 November 1817; Next 7 February 1818

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

Title: General Commentary

3)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (26)

Title Comment:  "By particular desire, first time as an afterpiece" (bill)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 3 February 1818; Next 7 February 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

General, Music

General, Music Commentary

General, Song

General, Song Commentary


6 February 1818
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


7 February 1818
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (2)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 5 February 1818; Next 9 February 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Harding
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Woodman Prince (24)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 5 February 1818; Next 9 February 1818

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

3)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (27)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 5 February 1818; Next 9 February 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

9 February 1818
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 February 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (3)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 7 February 1818; Next 10 February 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Harding
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Woodman Prince (25)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 7 February 1818; Next 10 February 1818

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

3)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (28)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 7 February 1818; Next 10 February 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

10 February 1818
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
9 February 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (4)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 9 February 1818; Next 12 February 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Harding
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Woodman Prince (26)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 9 February 1818; Next 12 February 1818

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

3)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (29)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 9 February 1818; Next 12 February 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

11 February 1818
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


12 February 1818
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 February 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (5)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 10 February 1818; Next 14 February 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Harding
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Woodman Prince (27)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 10 February 1818; Next 14 February 1818

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

3)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (30)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 10 February 1818; Next 14 February 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

13 February 1818
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


14 February 1818
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 February 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (6)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 12 February 1818; Next 16 February 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Harding
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Woodman Prince (28)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 12 February 1818; Next 28 February 1818

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

3)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (31)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 12 February 1818; Next 28 February 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

16 February 1818
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 February 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (7)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 14 February 1818; Next 17 February 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Harding
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  Gay Deceiver (20)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 13 December 1817; Next 17 February 1818

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
      James Jones

Cast Changes:

ADDS  principal characters: James Jones

3)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (30)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 10 January 1818; Next 17 February 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

BUT  Bessy M'Bride: Mrs. Bemetzrieder (replaces Miss [Jane M.] Scott)

17 February 1818
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
16 February 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (8)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 16 February 1818; Next 19 February 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Harding
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  Gay Deceiver (21)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 16 February 1818; Next 19 February 1818

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
      James Jones

3)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (31)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 16 February 1818; Next 19 February 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

18 February 1818
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


19 February 1818
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
19 February 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (9)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 17 February 1818; Next 21 February 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Harding
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  Gay Deceiver (22)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 17 February 1818; Next 21 February 1818

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
      James Jones

3)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (32)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 17 February 1818; Next 21 February 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

20 February 1818
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


21 February 1818
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
19 February 1818
playbill
British Library

1)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (10)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 19 February 1818; Next 23 February 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Harding
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  Gay Deceiver (23)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 19 February 1818; Next 23 February 1818

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
      James Jones

3)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (33)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 19 February 1818; Next 23 February 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

23 February 1818
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil
23 February 1818
playbill
British Library

1)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (11)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 21 February 1818; Next 24 February 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Harding
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  Gay Deceiver (24)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 21 February 1818; Next 24 February 1818

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
      James Jones

3)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (34)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 21 February 1818; Next 24 February 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

24 February 1818
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
23 February 1818
playbill
British Library

Benefit: Ledger

1)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (12)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 23 February 1818; Next 26 February 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Harding
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  Gay Deceiver (25)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 23 February 1818; Next 26 February 1818

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
      James Jones

3)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (35)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 23 February 1818; Next 26 February 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

25 February 1818
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


26 February 1818
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (13)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 24 February 1818; Next 28 February 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Harding
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  Gay Deceiver (26)

Performances:  First 22 November 1817; Previous 24 February 1818

Cast:

principal characters:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Daly
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Master Conway
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
      Miss Le Brun
      [Charles?] Leclercq
      Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
      James Jones

3)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (36)

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 24 February 1818; Next 12 March 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Miss Garcia
Bessy M'Bride: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

27 February 1818
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


28 February 1818
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
28 February 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Woodman Prince (29)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 14 February 1818; Next 14 March 1818

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

2)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (32)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 14 February 1818; Next 14 March 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

3)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (14)

Title Comment:  "Only time as an afterpiece" (bill)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 26 February 1818; Next 7 March 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Richardson
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

Cast Changes:

BUT  Nerina: Mrs. Bemetzrieder (replaces Miss [Jane M.] Scott)
  Semjah: Richardson (replaces Harding)

2 March 1818
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


3 March 1818
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


4 March 1818
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


5 March 1818
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


6 March 1818
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


7 March 1818
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
7 March 1818
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers (12)

Performances:  First 8 December 1817; Previous 3 February 1818

Cast:

Wilford Whackham, Esq.: Meredith
Worrit Windham Esq.: [Robert?] Stebbing
Henry Windham: [James] Villiers
Thomas Thresher: Huckel
Quilldrive: Daly
Rebecca: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Maria Whackham: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

2)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (15)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 28 February 1818; Next 14 March 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Richardson
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

General, Music

General, Dance

General, Dance Commentary

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


9 March 1818
Monday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


10 March 1818
Tuesday  Evening
Sans Pareil
10 March 1818
advertisement
The London Times

Benefit: Stuck (boxkeeper)

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

Title Comment:  "only time [this season]" (adv)

Author: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Performances:  First 10 March 1818

Genre:  (Farce) admirable burletta

First Night Cast:

King Henry: Meredith
John Cockle: [Robert?] Stebbing
Bob: Huckel
Joe: Montague
Lord Lurewell: [George B.] Davidge
lords:
      Daly
      Glenville
      Addison
      Bemetzrieder
Dame Cockle: Mrs. Daly
Kate: Miss Garcia
Ellen: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Richard (the Miller's son): Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Cast Commentary

2)  The Awkward Recruit; or, Clown Turned Sergeant (1)

Choreographer: James Jones

Performances:  First 10 March 1818

Genre:  (Divertissement) entire new comic dance

First Night Cast:

performer: James Jones

Cast Commentary

3)  The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (16)

Performances:  First 12 January 1818; Previous 28 January 1818

Cast:

Count Lanfranco: James Jones
Almanza: [James] Villiers
Henrico de Rosalva: Huckel
Bruto Shabrico: [George B.] Davidge
Rodolph: [Richard] Starmer
Nicolas de Lasso: Meredith
Tinoco de Lasso: [Robert?] Stebbing
Paulo de Lasso: John Jones
Rufus: Daly
Garcius: Bemetzrieder
Brianthus: Addison
Otho: Edwards
Albano: [William H.] Walbourn
Stiletto: Bond
Carrillo: Shaw
Wilhelm: Miss Ellis
Florian: Miss Stebbing
principal hunters:
      Bemetzrieder
      Garcia
      Young
      Green
      Terry
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Ellis
principal smugglers:
      Dennis
      Garcia
      Baldwin
      T. Walbourn
      Hays
      Gay
      Smith
Adriana: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Roda: Miss Garcia

11 March 1818
Wednesday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


12 March 1818
Thursday  Evening
Sans Pareil
12 March 1818
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: Bemetzrieder

1)  Love in the City (1)

Title Comment:  MS note on bill states The Romp, but Nicoll lists only one piece with this title—licensed for DL 22/5/1817

Author: [Miss Jane M. Scott]

Performances:  First 12 March 1818

Genre:  (Farce) favorite burletta

First Night Cast:

Barnacle: Meredith
Old Cockney: Daly
Watty Cockney: Huckel
Captain Sightly: [James] Villiers
Miss La Biond: Mrs. Daly
Penelope: Miss Garcia
Priscilla Tomboy: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge (2d time and for this night only)

2)  The Lord of the Castle (43)

Title Comment:  Title changed to The Castle of Alberti; or, The Sacred Oath

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 31 January 1818

Cast:

Duke [Charles L.] d'Alberti: [James] Villiers
Loredan: J. Jones
Fabin: [Robert?] Stebbing
Marcellin: Huckel
Linden: [Richard] Starmer
Strotzi: Bemetzrieder
Garriga: Daly
Adrian: Miss Ellis
Georgette: Miss Garcia
Theodosia: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
peasants: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

BUT  Strotzi: Bemetzrieder (replaces [George B.] Davidge)
OMITS  Dame Beatrice: Mrs. Daly
  Little Cousin Magdalen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
  Suzette: Miss Bond

Cast Commentary

Dance

3)  The Row of Ballynavogue; or, The Lily of Lismore (37)

Title Comment:  now billed under subtitle: The Lily of Lismore

Performances:  First 27 November 1817; Previous 26 February 1818

Cast:

Matthew M'Bride: Richardson
Philip M'Bride: [George B.] Davidge
Randal Rooney: J. Jones
Mr. Gerald O'Blarney: [Robert?] Stebbing
Patrick O'Rafferty: [Richard] Starmer
Ulrick of Eliogarty: Daly
English magistrate: Meredith
Delaney: [James] Villiers
Catherine Rooney: Mrs. Daly
Marion M'Glen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Bessy M'Bride: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Ballynascraw boys, Little Charley of Killaspugbrone, Big Briny of Cloone and others of the Rooney faction:
      Shaw
      Addison
      Gay
      Terry
      Stone
      Green
Ballynavogue boys and others of the M'Bride faction:
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Bennett
      Brady
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Turner
      Sims
      Crossman
      Mark
Irish lads and lasses of both factions: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

BUT  Marion M'Glen: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge (replaces Miss Garcia)

Cast Commentary

General, Song


13 March 1818
Friday  Evening
Sans Pareil

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


14 March 1818
Saturday  Evening
Sans Pareil
14 March 1818
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Fortunate Youth; or, Newmarket Hoax (33)

Performances:  First 5 January 1818; Previous 28 February 1818

Cast:

Farmer Gullem: Richardson
Abraham Gullem: Miss [Jane M.] Scott
Hodge: Huckel
Squire Rackrent: Meredith
Simon Sly: [Robert?] Stebbing
Mr. Sordid: Daly
horse dealer: [George B.] Davidge
Hobnail: Bemetzrieder
village barber: [Richard] Starmer
Landlord of the Golden Goose: Ellis
William: Brady
Edward: Addison
Thomas: [William H.] Walbourn
Duchess of Dreadnought: Mrs. Daly
Lady Amilia: Miss Garcia
Lady Trapem: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
Georgena: Miss Le Brun
villager with poultry: Miss Shaw
woman with peaches: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
old village woman: [C. H.?] Simpson
various other minor characters: [Unlisted]

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Woodman Prince (30)

Performances:  First 13 October 1817; Previous 28 February 1818

Cast:

Marco Leonardo: [Charles?] Leclercq
Raphaello: [George B.] Davidge
Galano: Ellis
Linda: Miss Le Brun
Flora: Miss J[ane] Simpson
Hacko: Daly
Laurello: W[illiam] Kirby
Myrtle: Master Conway
Dame Hacko: Mrs. Daly
Myrtilla: Miss C. Bennett
Violette: Mme. [Charles?] Leclercq
courtiers, attendants on the Prince:
      Bemetzrieder
      Addison
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Gay
      Terry
ladies:
      Miss Hart
      Miss Bond
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Kirby

3)  Love, Honor and Obey (6)

Performances:  First 6 November 1817; Previous 26 November 1817

Cast:

Sir Bernard Burwood: Meredith
Lord Arthur Atherstone: [James] Villiers
Jeremy: [Robert?] Stebbing
Lady Arabella Atherstone: Miss Garcia
Frances: Mrs. [George B.] Davidge
Flora: Mrs. Bemetzrieder
The Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott

Cast Changes:

BUT  Flora: Mrs. Bemetzrieder (replaces Mrs. Daly)
  The Countess: Miss [Jane M.] Scott (replaces Mrs. Bemetzrieder)

4)  The Three Crumps; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (16)

Performances:  First 5 February 1818; Previous 7 March 1818

Cast:

Crump Hassen: Meredith
Crump Ibad Hassen: [Robert?] Stebbing
Crump Babouc Hassen: Daly
Uphas: Huckel
Duranda: John Jones
Semjah: Richardson
Grand Vizier: [George B.] Davidge
Caliph of Bagdad: [James] Villiers
first merchant: [Richard] Starmer
second merchant: Ellis
third merchant: Addison
Napthor: Montague
Selim: Bemetzrieder
fishermen:
      Brady
      [William H.] Walbourn
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [C. H.?] Simpson
      Conway
      Green
      Astil
guards:
      Terry
      Gay
fishermen's wives and sweethearts:
      Miss Garcia
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Terry
      Miss Davidge
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Bond
      Mrs. [William] Kirby
dancing girls:
      Miss Le Brun
      Miss Bennett
      Miss J[ane] Simpson
Druzella: Mrs. Daly
Nerina: Mrs. Bemetzrieder

General, Commentary

Seasonal Summary

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

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

Seasonal Dates

13 Oct 1817 - 14 Mar 1818; 100 performances: 100 evening

Benefit (4):Bemetzrieder (12 Mar 1818)
Ledger (24 Feb 1818)
Miss [Jane M.] Scott (5 Feb 1818)
Stuck (boxkeeper) (10 Mar 1818)
Dark (32):Ash Wednesday (4 Feb 1818)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1817)
Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1817)
Lent (6 Feb 1818, 11 Feb 1818, 13 Feb 1818, 18 Feb 1818, 20 Feb 1818, 25 Feb 1818, 27 Feb 1818, 2 Mar 1818, 3 Mar 1818, 4 Mar 1818, 5 Mar 1818, 6 Mar 1818, 9 Mar 1818, 11 Mar 1818, 13 Mar 1818)
Martyr's Day (30 Jan 1818)
Mourning for Princess Charlotte and child (7 Nov 1817, 8 Nov 1817, 10 Nov 1817, 11 Nov 1817, 12 Nov 1817, 13 Nov 1817, 14 Nov 1817, 15 Nov 1817, 17 Nov 1817, 18 Nov 1817, 19 Nov 1817, 20 Nov 1817, 21 Nov 1817)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Scott, John
House managers:Scott, John
Orchestra conductors and leaders:Jolly, John
Ballet masters and mistresses:Leclercq, Charles
Musical composers and arrangers:Jolly, John
Box bookkeepers:Stuck
Scene painters:Gill, W. J.
Scruton
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Godbee
Printers:C. Lowndes, Marquis-court, Drury Lane (contractor)
T. Romney, Bridge-road, Lambeth (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

Addison, John Dinner of Madelon, The (20 Oct 1817)
Bickerstaffe, Isaac Widow's Tears (23 Oct 1817)
Jolly, John Camilla the Amazon; or, The Mountain Robber (15 Dec 1817)
Dinner of Madelon, The (20 Oct 1817)
Old Oak Chest, The; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (12 Jan 1818)
Row of Ballynavogue, The; or, The Lily of Lismore (27 Nov 1817)
Three Crumps, The; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (5 Feb 1818)
Jones, James Awkward Recruit, The; or, Clown Turned Sergeant (10 Mar 1818)
Leclercq, Charles Gay Deceiver (22 Nov 1817)
Summer's Evening, The (15 Dec 1817)
Woodman Prince, The (13 Oct 1817)
Parnell, Michael Forest Knight, The; or, The King Bewildered (10 Mar 1818)
Love, Honor and Obey (6 Nov 1817)
Sanderson, James Magistrate, The (30 Oct 1817)
Necromancer, The; or, The Golden Key (26 Dec 1817)
Scott, Miss Jane M. Camilla the Amazon; or, The Mountain Robber (15 Dec 1817)
Dinner of Madelon, The (20 Oct 1817)
Forest Knight, The; or, The King Bewildered (10 Mar 1818)
Fortunate Youth, The; or, Newmarket Hoax (5 Jan 1818)
Lord of the Castle, The (13 Oct 1817)
Love, Honor and Obey (6 Nov 1817)
Love in the City (12 Mar 1818)
Magistrate, The (30 Oct 1817)
Necromancer, The; or, The Golden Key (26 Dec 1817)
Old Oak Chest, The; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter (12 Jan 1818)
Row of Ballynavogue, The; or, The Lily of Lismore (27 Nov 1817)
Three Crumps, The; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus (5 Feb 1818)
Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers (8 Dec 1817)
Widow's Tears (23 Oct 1817)
Unknown Sportsman and Shepherd, The; or, Where's the Wig? (13 Oct 1817)

Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Grand incidental pastoral divertissement (15 Dec 1817)
Kaloc; or, The Slave Pirate (12 Mar 1818)
Minuet de la Cour (22 Nov 1817)
New veil dance (26 Dec 1817)
Pas quatre (26 Dec 1817)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

Awkward Recruit, The; or, Clown Turned Sergeant

(Divertissement by Jones, James (Choreographer) (1 Performances, 10 Mar 1818)

Summary Cast:

Camilla the Amazon; or, The Mountain Robber

(Melodrama by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (8 Performances, 15 Dec 1817 - 23 Dec 1817)

Summary Cast:

Dinner of Madelon, The

(Farce by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Jolly, John (Composer) (9 Performances, 20 Oct 1817 - 29 Oct 1817)

Summary Cast:

Forest Knight, The; or, The King Bewildered

(Farce by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (1 Performances, 10 Mar 1818)

Summary Cast:

*  Fortunate Youth, The; or, Newmarket Hoax

(Farce by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (33 Performances, 5 Jan 1818 - 14 Mar 1818)

Summary Cast:

Gay Deceiver

(Ballet by Leclercq, Charles (Choreographer) (26 Performances, 22 Nov 1817 - 26 Feb 1818)

Summary Cast:

*  Lord of the Castle, The

(Melodrama by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (43 Performances, 13 Oct 1817 - 12 Mar 1818)

Summary Cast:

Love, Honor and Obey

(Farce by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Parnell, Michael (Composer) (6 Performances, 6 Nov 1817 - 14 Mar 1818)

Summary Cast:

Love in the City

(Farce by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (1 Performances, 12 Mar 1818)

Summary Cast:

Magistrate, The

(Burletta by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (7 Performances, 30 Oct 1817 - 26 Nov 1817)

Summary Cast:

Necromancer, The; or, The Golden Key

(Pantomime by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (33 Performances, 26 Dec 1817 - 3 Feb 1818)

Summary Cast:

Old Oak Chest, The; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter

(Melodrama by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (16 Performances, 12 Jan 1818 - 10 Mar 1818)

Summary Cast:

*  Row of Ballynavogue, The; or, The Lily of Lismore

(Farce by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Jolly, John (Composer) (37 Performances, 27 Nov 1817 - 12 Mar 1818)

Summary Cast:

Sportsman and Shepherd, The; or, Where's the Wig?

(Farce by Unknown (Author) (9 Performances, 13 Oct 1817 - 5 Nov 1817)

Summary Cast:

Summer's Evening, The

(Divertissement by Leclercq, Charles (Choreographer) (26 Performances, 15 Dec 1817 - 3 Feb 1818)

Summary Cast:

*  Three Crumps, The; or, Crooked Brothers of Damascus

(Farce by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author); Jolly, John (Composer) (16 Performances, 5 Feb 1818 - 14 Mar 1818)

Summary Cast:

Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers

(Farce by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Author) (12 Performances, 8 Dec 1817 - 7 Mar 1818)

Summary Cast:

*  Widow's Tears

(Burlesque, 1 act) by Scott, Miss Jane M. (Adapter); Bickerstaffe, Isaac (Author) (13 Performances, 23 Oct 1817 - 6 Nov 1817)

Summary Cast:

*  Woodman Prince, The

(Ballet by Leclercq, Charles (Choreographer) (30 Performances, 13 Oct 1817 - 14 Mar 1818)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Addison

Asbury, Master

Astil

Baldwin

Bemetzrieder

Bennett

Bennett, Master

Bond

Brady

Brown

Conway

Conway, Master

Crossman

Daly

Davidge, George B.

Davidge, J.

Dennis

Edwards

Ellis

Garcia

Gay

Glenville

Gray

Green

Harding

Hauptmann, John

Hays

Healy, Master F.

Herring, Paul

Huckel

Jones

Jones, J.

Jones, James

Jones, John

Kirby, William

Leclercq, Charles

Mark

Meredith

Montague

Richardson

Richardson, Master

Shaw

Simpson, C. H.

Sims

Smith

Starmer, Richard

Stebbing, Robert

Stone

Terry

Turner

Unlisted

Villiers, James

Walbourn, T.

Walbourn, William H.

Young

Actresses

Bemetzrieder, Mrs.

Bennett, Miss

Bennett, Miss C.

Bond, Miss

Cox, Miss

Daly, Mrs.

Davidge, Miss

Davidge, Mrs. George B.

Ellis, Miss

Garcia, Miss

Garcia, Miss R.

Hart, Miss

Kirby, Miss

Kirby, Mrs. William

Le Brun, Miss

Leclercq, Mme. Charles

Mitchel, Miss

Payne, Miss

Richardson, Miss

Scott, Miss Jane M.

Shaw, Miss

Simpson, Miss Jane

Stebbing, Miss

Stocker, Miss Nannette

Taylor, Miss

Terry, Miss

Young, Miss

Dancers

Bennett, Miss

Conway, Master

Hauptmann, John

Kirby, William

Le Brun, Miss

Leclercq, Charles

Leclercq, Mme. Charles

Payne, Miss

Simpson, Miss Jane

Stocker, Miss Nannette

Young, Miss

Entertainers

Hauptmann, John

Stocker, Miss Nannette

Young, Miss

Musicians

Stocker, Miss Nannette

Singers

Davidge, George B.

Davidge, Mrs. George B.

Garcia, Miss

Healy, Master F.

Herring, Paul

Huckel

Jones

Starmer, Richard

Stebbing, Robert

General Music Composers/Pieces

Haydn, Herr F. Joseph Toy Sinfonie (5 Feb 1818)
Unlisted Favorite airs (7 Mar 1818)
Row of Ballynavogue, The (5 Feb 1818)

General Song Composers/Pieces

Unlisted Barney Fillbag (12 Mar 1818)
Beautiful Bessy (12 Mar 1818)
Boy of Ballynavogue, The (12 Mar 1818)
Chit-Chat (30 Oct 1817)
Comic song (6 Nov 1817)
Fashions, The (27 Nov 1817)
Favorite song (5 Feb 1818)
Hark! The Village Bells (12 Mar 1818)
Irish Providence (26 Dec 1817)
Kitty O'Lynch (13 Oct 1817)
Land of Shillelah, The (12 Mar 1818)
Matrimonial Concert (12 Mar 1818)
Nightingale Club, The (30 Oct 1817)
Nosegay duet (12 Mar 1818)
O'er Valley and Hill (12 Mar 1818)
Reformation (12 Mar 1818)
Visit to Bagnigge Wells, A (12 Mar 1818)

General Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Broad sword hornpipe (29 Dec 1817)
Slack wire (8 Jan 1818)

General Entertainment/Pieces

Bickerstaffe, Isaac Unlisted Title # 012 (23 Oct 1817)
Scott, Miss Jane M. Unlisted Title # 013 (23 Oct 1817)
Unlisted Slack wire (8 Dec 1817)



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