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Slave. Libretto. Libretto. English

Slave. Libretto. Libretto. English



by Thomas Morton ... with an illustration, and remarks by D--G. (statement of responsibility)
U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
P. 14-15 presumably filmed twice; front cover title: Cumberland's British Theatre (with which is incorporated Duncombe's British Theatre); price in top left corner on front cover: 6d.; price in top right corner on front cover: 12 1/2 cents; "Post free all over the world"--front cover; illustration--p. 2; at head of title on title page: Cumberland's British Theatre; partial list of author's works--title page; advertisements on front and back covers.
Remarks signed D.--G.--p. 5-7.
Notes on costumes--p. 9-10.
Explanation of stage-direction abbreviations--p. 10.
Opera composed by Henry Rowley Bishop--La Musica.
Cast of the Characters, as performed at the Theatres Royal, London. Covent Garden 1818/1826/[n.d.]: THE GOVERNOR OF SURINAM. Mr. Terry/Mr. Blanchard/Mr. G[ ] -- CLIFTON. Mr. Braham/Mr. Duruset/Mr. B[ ] -- MALCOLM. Mr. Sinclair/Mr. Pearman/Mr. Braham -- COLONEL LINDENBURG. Mr. Abbott/Mr. Serle/Mr. Younge -- MATTHEW SHARPSET. Mr. Jones -- FOGRUM. Mr. Liston/Mr. Keeley/Mr. Harley -- SAM SHARPSET. Mr. Emery/Mr. G. Penson/ Mr. Webster -- SOMERDYKE. Mr. Taylor/Mr. Isaacs/Mr. Yarnold-- FIRST PLANTER. Mr. Treby/Mr. Horrebow/ Mr. Honner -- SECOND PLANTER. Mr. King/Mr. Tinney/Mr. Cathie -- GAMBIA. Mr. Macready/Mr. Warde/Mr. Cooper -- OFFICER. Mr. Comer/Mr. Henry/Mr. E. Vining -- PROVOST. Mr. Atkins/Mr. Atkins/Mr. Fenton -- GAOLER. Mr. Simmons/Mr. Turnour/Mr. Hughes -- PLANTER'S BOY. Miss Healey/Master Watson/Master Fenton -- CLIFTON'S CHILD. Miss Parsloe/Miss Boden/Miss Fenton -- MRS. LINDENBURG. Mrs. Sterling/ Mrs. Vining/ Mrs. Knight -- STELLA CLIFTON. Miss Matthews/Miss Cawse/Miss Pincott -- MISS VON FRUMP. Mrs. Davenport/Mrs. Davenport/Mrs. C. Jones -- ZELINDA. Miss Stephens/Miss Paton/Miss Love -- INDIAN GIRLS. Miss Henry/Miss Barnett/Miss Appleton.
Performance: London, Covent Garden, 1818. (venue)
Performance: London, Covent Garden, 1826. (venue)



1550 - 1610




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