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Surrender of Calais. Libretto. Libretto. English

Surrender of Calais. Libretto. Libretto. English

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by George Coleman, jun. esq. as performed at the Little Theatre Hay-market. (statement of responsibility)
U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
"The music by [ ] Samuel Arnold" and "[ ].[H?]M. d. 30 Juli 1791" written in different hands--title page.
Date of performance surmised from imprint.
Dramatis personae: (men) KING EDWARD. Mr. Williamson -- HARCOURT. [Mr.] Bland -- SIR WALTER MANNY. [Mr.] Usher -- WARWICK. supernumerary -- RIBEMONT. [Mr.] Farren -- LA GLOIRE. [Mr.] J. Bannister -- EUSTACE. [Mr.] Benfley -- JOHN DE VIENNE. [Mr.] Aickin -- 4 CITIZENS. [Mr.] Wewitzer, [Mr.] Barrett, [Mr.] Powell and [Mr.] Abbot -- OLD MAN. [Mr.] Chapman -- OFFICER. [Mr.] Iliff -- SERJEANT. [Mr.] Wilson -- O'CARROL. [Mr.] Johnstone -- CRIER. [Mr.] Rock -- JOHN D'AIRE. [Mr.] Evatt -- JAQUE WISSANT, PIERRE WISSANT. supernumeraries -- 2 WORKMEN. [Mr.] Parsons and [Mr.] Burton -- (women) QUEEN. Mrs. Goodall -- MADELON. Mrs. Bland -- JULIA. Mrs. Kemble--p. 3.
Performance: London?; Little Theatre in the Haymarket, 1792. (venue)

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Date

01/01/1792
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Location

dublin
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Source

Library of Congress
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