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LA 1243 The Secret. Comedy, 5 acts. Edward Morris.

Application Feb. 1, 1799, James Aickin, D.L. Prod. Mar. 2.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 2; prologue and epilogue. Comp. 2d ed., 1799 (K-D 347): numerous differences.
 

LA 1244 Five Thousand a Year. Comedy, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. C.G., Mar. 16, 1799.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Mar. 6; prologue and epilogue; cast. Comp. [1799] (K-D 356): slight differences.
 

LA 1245 The Twins; or, Is It He or His Brother. Farce, 2 acts. Mathew Gregory Lewis.

Application Mar. 28, 1799, James Aickin, D.L. Prod. Apr. 8.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Mar. 29; prologue; For the Benefit of Mr. Bannister Junr.; partial cast.
 

LA 1246 The Pavilion. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. William Linley.

Application Mar. 28, 1799, James Aickin, D.L. Prod. Nov. 16.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 29. Comp. Songs, Duetss, &c., n.d. (K-D 353): slight differences.
See LA 1277.
 

LA 1247 The Birthday. Comedy, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin, from Augustus von Kotzebue.

No application. Prod. C.G., Apr. 8, 1799.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Feb. 16; prologue; cast. Comp. 1800 (K-D 445): virtually the same.
 

LA 1248 The Castle of Montval. Tragedy, 5 acts. Thomas Sedgwick Whalley.

Application Apr. 9, 1799, James Aickin, D.L. Prod. Apr. 23.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 10; prologue and epilogue. Comp. 3d. ed., 1799 (K-D 358): slight differences.
 

LA 1249 The Count of Burgundy. Play, 4 acts. Alexander Pope (?), from Anne Plumptre's translation of Augustus von Kotzebue.

No application. Prod. C.G., Apr. 12, 1799 (?).
Printed copy of Kotzebue's The Count of Burgundy, tr. Anne Plumptre, 1798: MS alterations, consisting almost entirely of excision of passages; partial cast.
 

LA 1250 Trials of the Heart. Play, 3 acts.

Application Apr. 18, 1799, James Aickin, D.L. Prod. Apr. 24.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 20.
 

LA 1251 The Georgian Princess. Opera, 2 acts. Elizabeth, Countess of Craven (later Margravine of Anspach).

No application. Prod. (as The Princess of Georgia) C.G., Apr. 19, 1799 (and privately at Brandenburgh House).
MS: endorsed C.G., and dated by Larpent Apr. 12; cast.
 

LA 1252 Tag in Tribulation; or, The Benefit Night. Interlude, 1 act. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Apr. 26, 1799, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. May 7.
MS.
See LA 1840.
 

LA 1253 What Is She? Comedy, 5 acts. Charlotte Smith.

No application. Prod. C.G., Apr. 27, 1799.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Mar. 27; prologue and 3 versions of epilogue; cast. Comp. 1799 (K-D 631): some differences.
 

LA 1254 First Faults. Comedy, 5 acts. Marie Thérèse (De Camp) Kemble.

Application Apr. 27, 1799, James Aickin, D.L. Prod. May 3.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 29; endorsed, by J.P.C., By Miss Decamp-now Mrs. C. Kemble.
 

LA 1255 The Widow and the Riding Horse; or, The Paradox. Interlude, 1 act. Thomas John Dibdin, from Anne Plumptre's translation of Augustus von Kotzebue.

Application Apr. 29, 1799, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. (as The Horse and the Widow) May 4.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 30. Comp. The Horse and the Widow, 1799 (K-D 352): slight differences.
 

LA 1256 I Due Swizzeri. Intermezzo opera (Italian), 1 act.

Application May 10, 1799, Vincent Federici, H1.
MS: dated by Larpent May 14; cast.
 

LA 1257 Tell Truth and Shame the Devil. Comedy, 1 act. William Dunlap.

No application. Prod. C.G., May 18, 1799 (previously New York, 1797).
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., May 6. Comp. New York, 1797 (K-D 545): numerous differences; printed in two acts.
 

LA 1258 Fortune's Frolic. Farce, 2 acts. John Till Allingham.

No application. Prod. C.G., May 25, 1799.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., May 9. Comp. 1799 (K-D 356): slight differences.
 

LA 1259 La Didone. Opera (Italian), 2 acts. Pietro Metastasio (?).

Application May 25, 1799, Vincent Federici, H1.
MS: dated by Larpent May 27; cast.
 

LA 1260 The Man in the Moon. Dramatic sketch, 1 act. George Brewer.

Application May 29, 1799, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Not produced? (See B.D. and Nicoll.)
MS: dated by Larpent May 30.
 

LA 1261 Occasional Address to Be Spoken for the Benefit of the Widow and Orphan Children of the Late Mr. Follet.

No application. Spoken C.G., June 1, 1799.
MS: dated 1799.
 

LA 1262 The Castle of Sorrento. [The Prisoner; or, The Resemblance.] Opera, 2 acts. Henry Heartwell and George Colman, the Younger, from Alexander Duval, Le Prisonnier, ou La Ressemblance.

Application June 23, 1799, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Prod. July 17.
MS: dated by Larpent June 26; cast. Comp. 1799 (K-D 357): numerous differences.
 

LA 1263 Sighs! or, The Daughter, Prologue and Epilogue to the New Comedy.

No application. Spoken H2, July 30, 1799 (?).
MS: two copies, each, of prologue and epilogue.
 

LA 1264 Gander Hall. Farce, 2 acts. Andrew Franklin.

No application. Prod. H2, Aug. 5, 1799.
MS: dated, by Larpent, H2, Aug. 1. (For the benefit of Mrs. Gibbs.)
 

LA 1265 The Red Cross Knights. Play, 5 acts. Joseph George Holman.

No application. Prod. H2, Aug. 21, 1799.
MS: dated, by Larpent, H2, Aug. 7; prologue. Comp. 1799 (K-D 353): some differences.
 

LA 1266 The Maid of Liverpool; or, The Loyal Tar. Farce, 2 acts.

Application Sept. 11, 1799, Francis Aickin, Liverpool. Prod. Liverpool(?), 1799(?).
MS: previous subtitle, The Consequences, deleted; dated, by Larpent(?), Liverpool, Sept. 16, 1799.
 

LA 1267 The Naval Pillar; or, Britannia's Triumph. Occasional interlude, 1 act. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Sept. 20, 1799, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Oct. 7.
MS: dated by Larpent Sept. 21; cast. Comp. 1799 (K-D 353): many discrepancies.
 

LA 1268 The Embarkation. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. Andrew Franklin.

Application Sept. 25, 1799, James Aickin, D.L. Prod. Oct. 3.
MS: dated by Larpent Sept. 27; cast. Comp. Songs, Duetts, Chorusses, &c., in... The Embarkation, 1799 (K-D 352): slight difference.
 

LA 1269 Management. Comedy, 5 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

No application. Prod. C.G., Oct. 31, 1799.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Oct. 18; prologue and epilogue; cast. Comp. 1799 (K-D 349): a few differences.
 

LA 1270 The Turnpike Gate. Comic opera, 2 acts. Thomas Knight.

No application. Prod. C.G., Nov. 13, 1799.
MS: dated C.G., Oct. 17; cast. Comp. 2d ed., 1799 (K-D 349): a number of inconsequential differences.
 

LA 1271 The Wise Man of the East. Comedy, 5 acts. Elizabeth Inchbald, from Augustus von Kotzebue.

No application. Prod. C.G., Nov. 30, 1799.
MS: dated C.G., Nov. 14; prologue (by Charles Moore) and epilogue; cast. Comp. 1799 (K-D 354): differs considerably.
 

LA 1272 The Volcano; or, The Rival Harlequins, Songs in. Pantomime. Thomas John Dibdin and Charles Farley.

No application. Prod. C.G., Dec. 23, 1799.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Dec. 12. Comp. Songs, Recitatives, &c., in The Volcano, 1799 (K-D 353): slight differences.
 

LA 1273 Lines on Thorpe Grove. Poem. F.S.

No application. [1799?]
MS: signed F.S. [?]. (Dated 1799 in B.C.)
 

LA 1274 The Secret Castle; or, Henry and Edwy. Farce, 2 acts.

No application. Prod. Manchester, 1799 (?).
MS: dated, by Larpent, Manchester, Feb. 18, 1799.
 

1800-1809 (LA 1275-1604)

 

LA 1275 Adelaide. Tragedy, 5 acts. Henry James Pye.

Application Jan. 14, 1800, James Aickin, D.L. Prod. Jan. 25.
MS: prologue, by William Sotheby; epilogue, by J.(?) Taylor. Comp. 1800 (K-D 364): prologue differs slightly; otherwise virtually the same.
 

LA 1276 Joanna of Montfaucon, Prologue to.

No application. Spoken C.G., Jan. 16, 1800 (?).
MS.
 

LA 1277 The Ring; [or, Love Me for Myself]. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. William Linley, from his The Pavilion.

No application. Prod. D.L., Jan. 21, 1800.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 13; cover states, Altered from the Pavilion. Comp. Songs, Duets, &c., in The Ring; or, Love Me for Myself [1800] (K-D 353): several slight differences.
See LA 1246.
 

LA 1278 Of Age To-morrow. Musical farce, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Jan. 28, 1800, James Aickin, D.L. Prod. Feb. 1.
MS. Comp. 1805 (K-D 408): some differences.
 

LA 1279 Speed the Plough. Comedy, 5 acts. Thomas Morton.

No application. Prod. C.G., Feb. 8, 1800.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Jan. 29; prologue and epilogue; cast. Comp. 1800 (K-D 368): numerous minor differences.
J.P.C. in B.D.: Larpents copy bears the date 29th. Jany 1800 but he does not enter the play among the Licences of that year.
 

LA 1280 The True Friends. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Feb. 11, 1800, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Feb. 19.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1281 The Egyptian Festival. Comic opera, 3 acts. Andrew Franklin.

Application Feb. 23, 1800, William Powell, D.L. Prod. Mar. 11.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Feb. 24; some corrections and insertions. Comp. 1800 (K-D 372): a number of differences.
 

LA 1282 The Triple Discovery. Comedy, 5 acts.

Application Mar. 8, 1800, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Not produced?
MS: numerous corrections; notice states, proposed to be acted, for a Benefit Night,... previous to the ensuing regular Summer-Season. (Dated Mar. 13 in B.C.)
J.P.C. in B.D.: It was perhaps never preformed as Larpent objected to many passages.
 

LA 1283 Alessandro e Timoteo; or, Alexander's Feast. Musical drama (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Mar. 25, 1800, Vincent Federici, H1. Prod. Apr. 15.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Mar. 28; cast.
 

LA 1284 She Lives; or, The Generous Brother. Play, 4 acts. Mary Goldsmith.

Application Mar. 28, 1800, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Not produced?
MS: dated by Larpent Apr., 1800; prologue (endorsed Mrs Goldsmith and signed T.V.) and epilogue (endorsed By Thomas Vaughen); notice states, to be represented on a Benefit Night (not in the regular Summer Season).
J.P.C. in B.D.: It was sent to the Licenser in April 1800 and he granted the Licence at that time-The Prologue & Epilogue were by Thomas Vaughan. A piece with the same title was performed at Margate and Licensed in Feby 1803.
See LA 1399.
 

LA 1285 The Indian. Farce, 2 acts. John Fenwick.

Application Mar. 29, 1800, James Aickin, D.L. Prod. Oct. 6.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 30; prologue, by Dr. Houlton. Comp. [1800] (K-D 368): differs extensively.
 

LA 1286 Saint David's Day; or, The Honest Welchman. Ballad farce, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. C.G., Mar. 31, 1800.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Mar. 15. Comp. 1801 (K-D 396): some slight differences.
 

LA 1287 De Monfort. Tragedy, 5 acts. John Philip Kemble, from Joanna Baillie.

Application Apr. 2, 1800, James Aickin, D.L. Prod. Apr. 29.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 3; prologue (endorsed, by J.P.C., By Hon F North) and epilogue (endorsed, by J.P.C., By Duchess of Devonshire). Comp. Baillie's De Monfort, in A Series of Plays, 1798 (K-D 333): differs extensively.
 

LA 1288 The Hermione; or, Retaliation. [The Hermione; or, Valour Triumphant.] Musical interlude. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. C.G., Apr. 5, 1800.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Mar. 25; cast.
J.P.C. in B.D.: Larpents copy is entitled 'Hermione or Retaliation'. It was licensed Mar 25. 1800.
 

LA 1289 The Children; or, Give Them Their Way. Drama with songs, 2 acts. Prince Hoare.

Application Apr. 17, 1800, James Aickin, D.L. Prod. Apr. 28.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 21; prologue; song inserted, with separate application, Apr. 17, J. Stokes. Comp. Songs and Chorusses in The Children, 1800 (K-D 369): MS contains only two songs, neither of which is printed; prose dialogue not printed.
 

LA 1290 Address. (Deserted Daughters, are but rarely found.)

Application Apr. 28, 1800, Thomas Harris, C.G. Spoken May 2.
MS: endorsed, by J.P.C., Spoken by Mrs. Mattocks in favour of some young Actress [a 'Lady,' as Joanna in The Deserted Daughter?].
See LA 1077.
 

LA 1291 The School for Prejudices. Comedy, 5 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Apr. 28, 1800, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. (as Liberal Opinions [3 acts]) May 12; (as The School for Prejudice) Jan. 3, 1801.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 28; title corrected from Prejudices a Comedy in three Acts; numerous revisions and insertions show expansion of play from three to five acts; two prologues and epilogue; cast. Comp. 1801 (K-D 396): slight differences; MS revisions generally incorporated in printed text.
 

LA 1292 Virginia. Musical drama, 2 acts. James Cobb.

No application. Prod. (as Paul and Virginia) C.G., May 1, 1800.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Apr. 15; cast. Comp. Dublin [1801?] (218796): numerous differences.
 

LA 1293 Indiscretion. Comedy, 5 acts. Prince Hoare.

Application May 3, 1800, James Aickin, D.L. Prod. May 10.
MS: dated by Larpent May 4; prologue and epilogue. Comp. 1800 (K-D 450): prologue and epilogue differ slightly; numerous slight discrepancies in dialogue, especially in last act.
 

LA 1294 Zenobia. Musical drama (English and Italian), 2 acts. From Pietro Metastasio.

No application. Prod. H1, May 22, 1800.
Printed copy, 1800: title-page states, for Mme Banti's benefit.
 

LA 1295 'Tis All a Farce. Comedy, 2 acts. John Till Allingham.

Application June 8, 1800, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Prod. June 17.
MS: dated by Larpent June 10. Comp. 1800 (K-D 368): only slight differences.
 

LA 1296 Occasional Address. (In early days, by fond ambition led.)

Application undated, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, D.L. Spoken June 18, 1800 (?).
MS: dated 1800; notice states, to be spoken by Lacy.
 

LA 1297 Obi; or, Three-Finger'd Jack. Pantomime, 2 acts. John Fawcett.

Application June 23, 1800, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Prod. July 2.
MS: dated by Larpent June 26.
 

LA 1298 The Point of Honour. Play, 3 acts. Charles Kemble.

Application July 8, 1800, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Prod. July 15.
MS: dated by Larpent July 9; prologue and epilogue. Comp. 1800 (K-D 370): slight differences.
 

LA 1299 What a Blunder. Opera, 3 acts. Joseph George Holman.

Application July 31, 1800, Francis Godolphin Waldron For G. Colman, H2. Prod. Aug. 14.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 4; title changed, on cover and in notice, from All from Error (which, however, is allowed to stand on title-page). Comp. 1800 (K-D 372): practically identical.
 

LA 1300 The Review; or, The Wags of Windsor. Musical piece, 2 acts. George Colman, the Younger.

Application Aug. 28, 1800, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Prod. Sept. 2.
MS: dated by Larpent. Comp. Dublin, 1801 (K-D 399): some differences.
 

LA 1301 The Two Farmers. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. [C.G., Oct. 10, 1800.] Not produced.
MS: cover endorsed, by Larpent, Withdrawn; several long passages deleted; cast.
J.P.C. in B.D.: It was sent to Larpent on 10th. Octr. 1800 & he marked upon his copy Withdrawn-Nevertheless all the parts were cast including Munden, Emery, Fawcett, Incledon, Johnstone, &c. Larpent found it highly objectionable on account of what is said regarding monopolizing corn by framers & others.
 

LA 1302 Wilmore Castle. Comic opera, 2 acts. Robert Houlton.

Application Oct. 11, 1800, John Philip Kemble, D.L. Prod. Oct. 21.
MS. Comp. 1800 (K-D 372): a few differences.
 

LA 1303 Virginia. Opera, 3 acts. Mrs. Frances Plowden.

Application Oct. 24, 1800, John Philip Kemble, D.L. Prod. Oct. 30.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 25. Comp. 1800 (K-D 368): some lines and one entire scene printed but not in MS.
 

LA 1304 Life. Comedy, 5 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

No application. Prod. C.G., Nov. 1, 1800.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Sept. 28; prologue and epilogue (by James Cobb); cast. Comp. 4th ed., 1801 (Dev 8vo 19): numerous differences, chiefly in Acts IV and V.
 

LA 1305 Il Bondocani; or, The Caliph Robber. Musical entertainment, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. C.G., Nov. 15, 1800.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Oct. 22; cast. Comp. 1801 (K-D 395): numerous differences in songs and dialogue.
 

LA 1306 Antonio; or, The Soldier's Return. Tragedy, 5 acts. William Godwin.

Application Dec. 8, 1800, John Philip Kemble, D.L. Prod. Dec. 13.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 9; prologue and epilogue. Comp. 1800 (K-D 367): numerous slight differences; conclusion varies.
 

LA 1307 The Dominions of Fancy; or, Harlequin's Tour. Pantomime. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. (as Harlequin's Tour; or, The Dominion of Fancy) C.G., Dec. 22, 1800.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Dec. 16. Comp. Songs, Chorusses, &c., in... Harlequin's Tour; or, The Dominion of Fancy, 1800 (K-D 367): slight differences.
 

LA 1308 Harlequin-Amulet; or, The Magic of Mona. Pantomime. William Powell (?).

Application undated, W. Powell, D.L. Prod. Dec. 22, 1800.
Printed copy [1800]: cast.
 

LA 1309 La Pastorella Nobile. Comic opera (Italian and English), 2 acts. Saverio Zini (?).

No application. [H1, Dec. 24, 1800.]
Printed copy, 1800: dated by Larpent; cast.
See LA 922.
 

LA 1310 Curiosity. Comedy, 3 acts. Francis Lathom.

No application; endorsed to be performed at Norwich by ye Norwh Comy. Mr Hindes Manager. [Prod. Norwich, 1800 or 1801?]
MS: dated, by Larpent, Norwich, Nov. 18, 1800; previous titles, The Spanish Duel and they can't-[?], erased; endorsed the Author Mr F Lathom; cast. Comp. 1801 (K-D 630): slight differences.
 

LA 1311 The Dash of the Day. Comedy, 5 acts. Francis Lathom.

No application. Prod. Norwich, 1800.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Norwich, July 25, 1800; previous title, Life in a Mirror, Or, the dash of the day, deleted. Comp. Norwich, 1800 (Dev 8vo 8o): a number of differences.
 

LA 1312 I Due Fratelli Rivali. [I Fratelli Rivali.] Comic opera (English and Italian), 2 acts.

No application. [1800?]
Printed copy, Lambeth, 1800: title-page states, performed at H1.
 

LA 1313 La Perouse. Drama, 2 acts. From Anne Plumptre's translation of Augustus von Kotzebue.

No application. [Ca. 1800.]
Printed copy of Anne Plumptre's translation, 1799(?): numerous passages deleted, and some MS insertions. (Dated in B.C. [wrongly], 1801.)
 

LA 1314 The Veteran Tar; or, A Chip of the Old Block. Comic opera, 2 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application Jan. 14, 1801, John Philip Kemble, D.L. Prod. Jan. 29.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 15. Comp. 1801 (Dev 8vo 17): numerous differences throughout.
 

LA 1315 Deaf and Dumb; or, The Orphan Protected. Historical drama, 5 acts. Thomas Holcroft.

Application Feb. 9, 1801, John Philip Kemble, D.L. Prod. Feb. 24.
MS: prologue. Comp. 1801 (K-D 367): virtually identical.
 

LA 1316 The Poor Gentleman. Comedy, 5 acts. George Colman, the Younger.

No application. Prod. C.G., Feb. 11, 1801.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Dec. 31, 1800; numerous deletions. Comp. 1802 (K-D 396): slight differences.
 

LA 1317 Orlando and Seraphina; or, The Funeral Pile. Play (heroic drama), 5 acts. Francis Lathom.

No application. Endorsed Theatre Royal Norwich 10th. March 1801, and For Mr [?] Hindes Manager of the Theatre Royal. Norwich. Prod. Norwich, 1801 (?).
MS: a number of deletions. (Not listed in B.C.) Comp. [1799] (K-D 421): printed in three acts; MS a considerably expanded version.
Bound with LA 1323
 

LA 1318 Julian and Agnes. Tragedy, 5 acts. William Sotheby.

Application Mar. 17, 1801, John Philip Kemble, D.L. Prod. Apr. 25.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 17. Comp. 1801 (K-D 368): numerous and extensive differences.
 

LA 1319 Adelmorn, the Outlaw. Romantic drama, 3 acts. Matthew Gregory Lewis.

Application Mar. 17, 1801, John Philip Kemble, D.L. Prod. May 4.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 17. Comp. 1801 (K-D 367): numerous differences.
 

LA 1320 False Shame. Comedy, 3 acts. From Augustus von Kotzebue.

No application. [Norwich, Mar. 17, 1801?]
MS: no indication of theatre. Comp. 1799 (K-D 351): MS is apparently a reduction of the translation, printed in four acts, to three acts, accomplished chiefly by cutting the dialogue and inserting a few scenes; other differences are slight.
J.P.C. in B.D.: False Shame,..., was sent for License from Norwich Mar 17. 1801 and licensed by Larpent-It was probably founded on LA 100 [i.e., False Shame]. ( B.D., II, 220.)
 

LA 1321 The Blind Girl; or, A Receipt for Beauty. Opera, 3 acts. Thomas Morton.

Application Mar. 26, 1801, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Apr. 22.
MS: several deletions; cast. Comp. Airs, Duets, and Chorusses, in The Blind Girl, 1801 (K-D 367): some differences; dialogue not printed.
 

LA 1322 Holiday Time; or, The School Boy's Frolic. Farce, 2 acts. Francis Lathom.

Application Apr. 15, 1801, John Clayton Hindes, Norwich. Prod. Norwich, April, 1801 (?).
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Apr. 10; a further notice, n.d., unsigned, requests license immediately. Comp. Norwich, 1800 (K-D 390): considerable differences.
See LA 1425.
 

LA 1323 La Principessa Filosofa. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. Altered by B. Serafino Buonaiuti.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. May 5, 1801.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), May 4; numerous corrections; cast.
 

LA 1324 Like Father Like Son. Farce, 1 act.

Application May 7, 1801, John Clayton Hindes, Norwich.
MS: dated by Larpent May 19.
 

LA 1325 What Wou'd the Man Be At? Drama, 1 act.

No application. Prod. C.G., May 8, 1801.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Apr. 30; almost half of text deleted; title given also as Three to One; or, What wou'd the Man be at! (and so listed in B.C.).
 

LA 1326 A Sea-side Story. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. William Dimond.

No application. Prod. C.G., May 12, 1801.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Apr. 30. Comp. 1801 (K-D 368): some discrepancies.
 

LA 1327 Who's the Rogue? Farce, 2 acts.

No application. Prod. C.G., May 15, 1801.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., May 8; many deletions and revisions; cast. Comp. Songs, Chorusses, &c., 1801 (Dev 8vo 66): slight difference; songs, only, printed.
 

LA 1328 L'Isola del Piacere; or, The Island of Pleasure. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. Lorenzo da Ponte (?).

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. June 13, 1801.
MS: dated by Larpent June 2; cast.
See LA 1082.
 

LA 1329 The Gipsey Prince. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. Thomas Moore.

Application July 13, 1801, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Prod. July 24.
MS: dated by Larpent July 17; some deletion of text.
 

LA 1330 The Corsair; or, The Italian Nuptials. Ballet, 2 pts. Charles Farley.

Application July 27, 1801, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Prod. July 29.
MS: dated by Larpent July 28.
 

LA 1331 The Garland of Truth; or, Integrity Proved. Comedy, 5 acts.

No application. Prod. (as Intergrity) C.G., Oct. 8, 1801.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Sept. 21; prologue and epilogue; cast.
 

LA 1332 The Escapes; [or, The Water Carrier]. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin, or Thomas Holcroft.

No application. Prod. C.G., Oct. 14, 1801.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., May 12; some deletion, by Examiner (?).
 

LA 1333 Folly as It Flies. Comedy, 5 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

No application. Prod. C.G., Oct. 29, 1801.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Oct. 19; prologue and epilogue; cast. Comp. 1802 (K-D 395): many minor differences.
 

LA 1334 Chains for the Heart; or, The Slaves of Centa. Opera, 3 acts. Prince Hoare.

No application. Prod. (as Chains of the Heart; or, The Slave by Choice) C.G., Dec. 9, 1801.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 27; cast. Comp. Chains of the Heart, etc., 1802 (K-D 395): a number of differences.
 

LA 1335 Harlequin Almanack; or, The Four Seasons, Songs, Duetts, Glees, Choruses, &c., in. Pantomime. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. C.G., Dec. 28, 1801.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Dec. 14. Comp. The Introduction, Songs, Glees, Trios, Chorusses, &c., in...Harlequin's Almanack; or, The Four Seasons, 1801 (K-D 392): a few differences.
 

LA 1336 Angelina. Comic opera (Italian and English), 2 acts. N. N., alterations by Lorenzo da Ponte.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1.
Printed copy, 1801: dated by Larpent Dec., 1801.
 

LA 1337 Alfonso, King of Castile. Tragedy, 5 acts. Matthew Gregory Lewis.

No application. Prod. C.G., Jan. 15, 1802.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Nov. 19, 1801; prologue and epilogue; cast. Comp. 1801 (K-D 390): conclusion quite different; otherwise virtually the same.
 

LA 1338 Urania; or, The Illuminé. Comedy, 2 acts. William Robert Spencer.

Application Jan. 16, 1802, John Philip Kemble, D.L. Prod. Jan. 22.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 18; one passage deleted, by Examiner (?); prologue and Songs &c. Comp. 1802 (K-D 395): slight differences.
 

LA 1339 Captain MacShane; or, The White Bear. Comic opera, 3 acts.

No application. [Norwich, Jan. 25, 1802?]
MS: dated by Larpent; numerous corrections.
 

LA 1340 The Cabinet. Comic opera, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. C.G., Feb. 9, 1802.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Jan. 18; cast. Comp. 1805 (K-D 402): marked differences.
 

LA 1341 Lovers' Resolutions. Comedy, 5 acts. Richard Cumberland.

Application Feb. 23, 1802, John Philip Kemble, D.L. Prod. Mar. 2.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Feb. 24. Comp. Posthumous Dramatic Works of Richard Cumberland, 1813 (121215): minor differences.
 

LA 1342 Perseverance; or, He Must Have Her. Musical farce, 2 acts.

No application. Prod. H2, Mar. I, 1802.
MS: dated, by Larpent, H2, Feb. 12; cast.
J.P.C. in B.D.: ...Winston performed five different characters.
 

LA 1343 Merope È Polifonte. Opera (Italian), 2 acts. Apostolo Zeno (?).

Application Mar. 15, 1802, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Mar. 25(?).
MS: much revised, and reduced from three acts; notice states, for Madame Banti's[?] Benefit on Thursday the 25th Instant.
 

LA 1344 The Fashionable Friends. Comedy, 5 acts. Mary Berry (?).

Application Mar. 15, 1802, John Philip Kemble, D.L. Prod. Apr. 22.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 16. Comp. 1802 (K-D 395): practically the same.
 

LA 1345 Rinaldo D' Asti [Aste?]. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. Giuseppi Caravita (?).

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Mar. 16, 1802.
MS: dated 1802; cast.
 

LA 1346 The Brazen Mask, Songs and Choruses In. Ballet. Thomas John Dibdin [and John Fawcett?].

No application. Prod. C.G., Apr. 5, 1802.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Mar. 10. Comp. Brazen Mask; or, Alberto and Rosabella,... with the Songs and Chorusses in, 1802 (K-D 395): slight differences.
 

LA 1347 Algona. Opera, 3 acts. James Cobb, from his The Cherokee.

Application Apr. 22, 1802, John Philip Kemble, D.L. Prod. Apr. 30.
MS. Comp. Songs, Duetts, Chorusses, &c., in Algonah, 1802 (K-D 395): virtually the same.
See LA 1050.
 

LA 1348 The Egyptian Boy. Drama, 3 acts.

No application. [C.G., May 3, 1802?]
MS: dated by Larpent.
 

LA 1349 Il Fanatico di Berlino. Opera (Italian), 2 acts. From Giovanni Bertati, La Locanda.

Application May 6, 1802, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. May 22.
MS: cover, dated by Larpent May 7, states, founded on La Locanda; cast. (Listed as La Locanda in B.C.)
 

LA 1350 The Word of Honour. Comedy, 5 acts. Lumley St. George Skeffington.

Application May 20, 1802, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. May 26.
MS: prologue and epilogue.
 

LA 1351 Armida. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. June 1, 1802.
MS: dated, by Larpent, H1, May 29; cast.
See LA 734.
 

LA 1352 The Caffres; or, Buried Alive! Comic opera, 2 acts. Edmund John Eyre (?).

No application. Prod. C.G., June 2, 1802.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., May 20; numerous corrections; endorsed Mr. Dowton. Jany. 9th 1802 and Mr. Incledon.
 

LA 1353 The Joke; or, Sixty-third Letter. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. Walley Chamberlaine Oulton.

Application June 23, 1802, John Fawcett, H2. Prod. (as The Sixty-third Letter), July 28.
MS: dated by Larpent June 24. Comp. The Sixty-third Letter, new ed., 1803 (K-D 391): numerous differences.
 

LA 1354 Beggar My Neighbour; or, The Rogue's a Fool. Comedy, 3 acts. Thomas Morton.

Application July 1, 1802, John Fawcett, H2. Prod. July 10.
MS: dated by Larpent July 3.
 

LA 1355 The Voice of Nature. Play, 3 acts. James Boaden.

Application July 16, 1802, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Prod. July 31.
MS: dated by Larpent July 20; epilogue. Comp. 1803 (K-D 393): a few minor differences.
 

LA 1356 The Fairies' Revels; or, Love in the Highlands. Burletta and ballet, 6 scenes. John Fawcett.

Application Aug. 10, 1802, John Fawcett, H2. Prod. Aug. 14.
MS: dated by Larpent. Comp. 1802 (Dev 8vo 66): slight differences in description of action.
 

LA 1357 The Merchant of Guadeloupe. Play, 3 acts. John Wallace, from L. S. Mercier.

Application undated, Thomas Shaw, Margate. Prod. Margate, Oct. 5, 1802.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Margate, Sept. 26. Comp. 1802 (K-D 391): no important differences. (A separate application, bound with this MS, probably applies to LA 1358, q.v.)
 

LA 1358 An Address for the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

[Application Oct. 2, 1802, John Bannister, D.L. (bound with LA 1357)?] Spoken D.L., Oct. 7, 1802 (?).
MS: endorsed Oct., 1802.
 

LA 1359 Delays and Blunders. Comedy, 5 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

No application. Prod. C.G., Oct. 30, 1802.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Oct., 1802; prologue and epilogue (by Miles Peter Andrews); cast. Comp. 1803 (K-D 392): last scene differs considerably; otherwise virtually the same.
 

LA 1360 Idela; [or, The Feuds of Switzerland]. Play, 5 acts. Yve Felix St. Ange Simeon. [T. Simeons?]

Application Nov. 2, 1802, John Hill, Liverpool. Prod. 1802.
MS: endorsed Written by Yve Felix St. Ange Simeon; prologue. Comp. 1806 (K-D 630): slight differences.
J.P.C. in B.D.: The title is Idela and on the MS Sent on Nov. 2d. 1802 to Larpent it is called a Play in five Acts. It was printed for the Author 8vo. 1803. The Author calls himself St. A. Simeon.
 

LA 1361 A Tale of Mystery. Melodrama, 2 acts. Thomas Holcroft.

Application Nov. 4, 1802, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Nov. 13.
MS: cast. Comp. 1802 (Dev 8vo 66): a few differences.
 

LA 1362 A House to Be Sold. Musical piece, 2 acts. James Cobb.

Application Nov. 12, 1802, John Bannister, D.L. Prod. Nov. 17.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 13. Comp. 1802 (K-D 391): numerous differences throughout.
 

LA 1363 Family Quarrels. Comic opera, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. C.G., Dec. 18, 1802.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Nov. 11. Comp. 1805 (K-D 404): numerous differences.
 

LA 1364 Love and Magic; or, Harlequin's Holiday. Pantomime.

Application Dec. 20, 1802, John Bannister, D.L. Prod. Dec. 27.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 24.
 

LA 1365 Harlequin's Habeas; or, The Hall of Spectres. Pantomime. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. C.G., Dec. 27, 1802.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Dec. 17. Comp. Songs, Chorusses,... &c., in Harlequin's Habeas; etc., 1802 (K-D 392): only slight variations.
 

LA 1366 The Fools of Fashion. Farce, 2 acts. [Francis Lathom?]

No application. Prod. Norwich(?), 1802(?).
MS: dated, by Larpent, Norwich, Apr. 14, 1802.
J.P.C. in B.D. suggests that this piece is perhaps by Lathom.
 

LA 1367 The Wife of a Million. Comedy, 5 acts. Francis Lathom.

No application. Prod. Norwich, 1802(?).
MS: corrections in another hand, and some cancellations. Comp. Norwich, [1803?] (K-D 398): no material differences.
J.P.C. in B.D. states, licensed by Larpent for the Norwich Theatre in March 1802. [Authority presumably Larpent's account books.]
 

LA 1368 Li Dui Baroni. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Jan. 1, 1803.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 30, 1802; cast.
 

LA 1369 Hear Both Sides. Comedy, 5 acts. Thomas Holcroft.

Application Jan. 17, 1803, John Bannister, D.L. Prod. Jan. 29.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 18; cast. Comp. 2d ed., 1803 (K-D 405): slight differences.
 

LA 1370 I Viaggiatori, Felici. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. Filippo Livigni (?).

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1.
MS and three printed pages: dated, by Larpent, H1, Feb. 26, 1803; cast.
See LA 578.
 

LA 1371 John Bull; or, The Englishman's Fire-side. Comedy, 5 acts. George Colman, the Younger.

Application undated, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Mar. 5, 1803.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 5; some passages marked by Examiner; prologue and epilogue; cast. Comp. Dublin, 1803 (K-D 420): slight differences.
 

LA 1372 The Election; or, The Rival Brothers. Comedy, 5 acts.

Application Mar. 21, 1803, John Clayton Hindes, Norwich. Prod. Norwich, May (?).
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 23; notice also includes The Mystic Cavern, and states, As they are intended for performers Benefits which will come on in May.
 

LA 1373 The Mystic Cavern; or, The Progress of Ambition Tragedy, 5 acts.

Application (with LA 1372) Mar. 21, 1803, John Clayton Hindes Norwich. Prod. Norwich, May (?).
MS: dated, by Larpent, Norwich, Mar. 24.
 

LA 1374 The Captive, Lines Intended to Be Spoken in. Matthew Gregory Lewis.

No application. Spoken C.G., Mar. 22, 1803 (?).
MS: endorsed, by J.P.C., Acted by Mrs. Litchfield.
 

LA 1375 The Marriage Promise. Comedy, 5 acts. John Till Alling ham.

Application Mar. 26, 1803, John Bannister, D.L. Prod. Apr. 16.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 29; some corrections. Comp. 5th ed 1803 (K-D 407): a few slight differences.
 

LA 1376 Fernando in Mexico. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Mar. 31, 1803.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1377 The Harper's Daughter. Tragedy, 5 acts. Matthew Gregory Lewis.

Application Apr. 8, 1803, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. May 4.
MS: prologue and epilogue.
 

LA 1378 The Odd Whims; or, Two at a Time. Comedy, 5 acts. Humphry Repton.

Application Apr. 25, 1803, John Clayton Hindes, Norwich. Prod. Norwich, 1803 (?).
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 28. Comp. Odd Whims; and Miscellanies, 1804 (K-D 419): a few differences; songs printed but not in MS.
 

LA 1379 All's Fair in Love; or, A Match for the Lawyer. Farce, 2 acts. John Tobin.

No application. Prod. C.G., Apr. 29, 1803.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Apr. 23; previous title, Look before You Leap, deleted.
 

LA 1380 The Lowland Lassie in London. Musical piece, 1 act. John Rannie.

Application May 4, 1803, John Bannister, D.L. Prod. (as The Highland Lassie) May 16 (?).
MS: dated by Larpent May 6; for Mrs. Mountain's benefit. Comp. The Lowland Lassie; or, A Trip from Kinghorn, in Musical Dramas, n.d. (K-D 419): slight differences.
 

LA 1381 Hints for Painters. Farce, 2 acts.

No application. Prod. C.G., May 10, 1803.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., May 2; some marks, by Examiner(?); numerous corrections; cast.
 

LA 1382 [Falstaff's Wedding.] Prologue in the Character of Sir John Falstaff.

No application. Spoken D.L., May 11, 1803 (?).
MS: endorsed, by J.P.C., On [R.?] Palmer playing Falstaff in Falstaff's Wedding.
See LA 252.
 

LA 1383 No Prelude! Prelude. Robert William Elliston.

Application May 11, 1803, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Prod. May 16.
MS: dated by Larpent May 12; prologue, with separate application, May 15, J. Stokes.
J.P.C. in B.D.: No Prelude! a piece for the commencement of the Season 1803 at the Haymarket Theatre was licensed by Larpent on May 12th. 1803. At the end of Larpents Copy is this note. 'The Prologue is now writing and will be submitted to Mr Larpent the moment it is finished. The unusual hurry of business in arranging an entire new Company of Performers, it is hoped will plead in excuse with Mr Larpent for sending the drama at so late a period.' Colmans letter is dated May 11th. 1803-The only persons concerned in the Prelude were Elliston, Waldron the Prompter, & Messenger.
 

LA 1384 A Tale of Terror. Dramatic romance, 3 acts. Henry Siddons.

No application. Prod. C.G., May 12, 1803.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Apr. 27; prologue. Comp. 1803 (K-D 410): a few differences.
 

LA 1385 The Fair Fugitives. Opera, 3 acts. Anna Maria Porter.

No application. Prod. C.G., May 16, 1803.
MS: endorsed C.G., and dated by Larpent Apr. 5; cast. Comp. Airs, Duets, Choruses, &c., 1803 (Dev 8vo 66): several differences.
 

LA 1386 The High Road to Marriage, Prologue and Epilogue to.

No application. Spoken D.L., May 27, 1803 (?).
MS: endorsed Mrs Glover, and, by J.P.C., N.P. [i.e. Not Printed?] Skeffington-Drury Lane May 25th. 1803 Qy No 'Play [in the collection?]
 

LA 1387 Love Laughs at Locksmiths. Piece, 2 acts. George Colman, the Younger.

Application July 11, 1803, G. Colman, the Younger, H2. Prod. July 25.
MS: dated by Larpent July 18. Comp. Dublin, 1803 (K-D 399): slight differences.
 

LA 1388 The Maid of Bristol. Play, 3 acts. James Boaden.

Application July 30, 1803, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Prod. Aug. 24.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 2; one short passage deleted by Examiner; prologue and epilogue. Comp. 1803 (K-D 393): slight differences; deleted passage printed.
 

LA 1389 Address to Open the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.

No application. Spoken Sept. 12, 1803, by Mr. Fawcett.
MS.
 

LA 1390 A Wife with Two Husbands. Musical drama, 3 acts. James Cobb, from Guilbert Pixérécourt, La Femme à deux Maris.

Application Oct. 24, 1803, John Bannister, D.L. Prod. Nov. 1.
MS: dated by Larpent. Comp. The Wife of Two Husbands, 2d ed., 1803 (K-D 412): numerous differences.
 

LA 1391 How to Raise the Wind. Farce, 2 acts. James Kenney.

No application. Prod. (as Raising the Wind) C.G., Nov. 5, 1803.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Oct. 24; slight corrections in another hand, and some deletions, by Examiner (?); prologue. Comp. Raising the Wind, 1803 (K-D 393): practically identical.
 

LA 1392 Hearts of Oak. Comedy, 5 acts. John Till Allingham.

Application Nov. 14, 1803, John Bannister, D.L. Prod. Nov. 19.
MS: dated by Larpent; prologue (dated D.L., Nov. 18) and epilogue. Comp. 1804 (K-D 405): slight differences, chiefly in first and last acts.
 

LA 1393 The English Fleet in 1342. Historical comic opera, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Nov. 30, 1803, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Dec. 13.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 1. Comp. 1805 (K-D 403): numerous differences.
 

LA 1394 The Caravan; [or, The Driver and His Dog]. A Grand Serio-Comic Romance, 2 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

No application. Prod. D.L., Dec. 5, 1803.
MS: endorsed D.L., and dated by Larpent Nov. 30. Comp. 1803 (35398): slight differences.
 

LA 1395 Harlequin at His Old Tricks; or, All for the Races. Pantomime.

Application Dec. 16, 1803, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as Harlequin's Races; or, Time Beats All) Dec. 26.
MS: contains songs only.
 

LA 1396 Cinderella; or, The Glass Slipper. Pantomime ballet, 2 acts.

Application Dec. 17, 1803, John Bannister, D.L. Prod. Jan. 3, 1804.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 24. Comp. 1804 (Dev 8vo 49): slight differences; songs, only, printed.
See LA 1604.
 

LA 1397 The Magic of British Liberty; or, The Disgregation of Bonaparte. National pantomime. Andrew Cherry (?).

No application. [York, Dec. 20, 1803?]
Printed copy, Birmingham, n.d.: dated by Larpent; endorsed By A Cherry, Comedian.
J.P.C. in B.D.: performed at York Decr. 20th. 1803.
 

LA 1398 La Grotta di Calipso. Opera (Italian), 2 acts. Lorenzo da Ponte.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. 1803 (?).
MS: cast.
 

LA 1399 She Lives; or, The Generous Brother. Comedy, 5 acts Mary Goldsmith.

No application. Prod. Margate (?), Feb., 1803, (?).
MS: numerous corrections. (Dated Margate, Feb., 1803, in B.C.)
See LA 1284 (the same play except that it is in four acts and lacks one scene contained in this MS; names of characters are different; other differences numerous but slight).
 

LA 1400 A Loyal, Comic, and Masonic Olio.

No application.
MS: dated Hull, Jan. 2, 1804.
J.P.C. in B.D.: Oglio-'A loyal comic and masonic Olio consisting of songs, recitation and dialogue' was given at the Hull Theatre in 1804 and on Jany 2d. it was sent to the Licenser for his authority-The Songs were by Mrs. Aickin, Mr Cummins, Knight Gattie & others.
 

LA 1401 The Fairy; or, Britannia's Triumph, The Lyric Part of. Pantomime.

Application Jan. 10, 1804, John Hill, for Hull.
MS.
 

LA 1402 La Vergine del Sole. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Jan. 5, 1804, Joseph Viganoni [for] Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Jan. 14.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 6; cast.
 

LA 1403 The Soldier's Daughter. Comedy, 5 acts. Andrew Cherry.

Application Jan. 17, 1804, John Bannister, D.L. Prod. Feb. 7.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 19. Comp. 10th ed., 1804 (K-D 393): printed text somewhat condensed.
 

LA 1404 False Alarms. [Love Gives the Alarm(?).] Comedy, 5 acts. [Joseph George Holman?]

Application Feb. 14, 1804, John Philip Kemble, C.G. [Prod. as Love Gives the Alarm, Feb. 23?]
MS: prologue and epilogue to Love Gives the Alarm.
 

LA 1405 Le Astuzie Femminili. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. Pietro Metastasio.

Application Feb.(?) 10, 1804, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Feb. 21.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 14; endorsed Salem Pallmall.
 

LA 1406 Dine at My Villa. Musical farce, 2 acts. Prince Hoare.

Application Feb. 24, 1804, John Phillip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as The Paragraph) Mar. 8.
MS: a number of corrections; cast. Comp. The Paragraph, 1804 (K-D 408): a few slight differences.
 

LA 1407 The Counterfeit. Farce, 2 acts. Andrew Franklin.

Application Feb. 28, 1804, John Bannister, D.L. Prod. Mar. 17.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 29. Comp. 2d ed., 1804 (K-D 403): a number of minor differences.
 

LA 1408 Valentine and Orson. Pantomimical romantic melodrama, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Mar. 10, 1804, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Apr. 3.
MS. Comp. 1804 (K-D 411): Act II very different; only slight differences in Act I.
 

LA 1409 The Sailor's Daughter. Comedy, 5 acts. Richard Cumberland.

Application Mar. 20, 1804, John Bannister, D.L. Prod. Apr. 7.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 21; much of Act V deleted by Examiner and new scenes inserted; note on title-page, dated D.L., Mar. 26, 1804, signed by William Powell, prompter, states that the comedy has now been altered in a manner which it is hoped will do away with all objections to its representation. Comp. 1804 (K-D 393): slight differences.
 

LA 1410 The Will for the Deed. Comedy, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application, Prod. C.G., Mar. 24, 1804.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Mar. 16; numerous corrections; prologue and epilogue; cast. Comp. 1805 (Dev 8vo 19): a few differences.
 

LA 1411 The Middle Dish; or, the Irishman in Turkey. Farce, 2 acts. Walley Chamberlaine Oulton.

Application Apr. 10, 1804, John Bannister, D.L. Prod. Apr. 16.
MS: some deletion.
 

LA 1412 Il Rato di Proserpina. Opera (Italian), 3 acts.

Application Apr. 30, 1804, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. May 3.
MS: dated by Larpent May 2; for the Benefit of Madm. Grassini; cast.
 

LA 1413 The Death of the Queen of France. Play, 4 acts.

No application. Not produced. (License refused.)
MS: dated, by Larpent, Norwich, May 7, 1804, and marked Refused.
 

LA 1414 The Mast and the Ploughshare; or, Britain's Best Bulwarks. [The Ship and the Plough (?).] Farce, 1 act.

Application May 11, 1804, Thomas Harris, C.G. [Prod. as The Ship and the Plough, May 31?]
MS.
 

LA 1415 The Ship Launch. Musical piece, 1 act.

Application May 13, 1804, William Powell for John Bannister, D.L. Prod. May 17.
MS.
 

LA 1416 Address to Be Spoken at Covent Garden Theatre. (Through many a scene of variegated Life.)

No application. Spoken C.G., May 18, 1804.
MS: dated May 16 and signed I:M: [Isabella Mattocks?].
 

LA 1417 Guilty or Not Guilty? Comedy, 5 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application May 19, 1804, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Prod. May 26.
MS: dated by Larpent May 20; prologue. Comp. 3d ed., 1804 (K-D 405): differences great in Act V; otherwise slight.
 

LA 1418 The Enchanted Island. Ballet, 2 acts. John Fawcett.

Application June 14, 1804, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Prod. June 20.
MS.
 

LA 1419 The Hunter of the Alps. Musical drama, 2 acts. William Dimond.

Application June 23, 1804, Robert William Elliston, H2. Prod. July 3.
MS: dated by Larpent June 24. Comp. 3d ed., n.d. (K-D 406): numerous songs printed, not in MS; otherwise virtually the same.
 

LA 1420 Foul Deeds Will Rise. Serious drama, 2 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application July 14, 1804, Robert William Elliston, H2. Prod. July 18.
MS: dated by Larpent July 16; slight deletion and revision. Comp. 1804 (K-D 405): numerous differences throughout.
 

LA 1421 The Gay Deceivers; or, More Laugh than Love. Farce, 2 acts. George Colman, the Younger.

Application Aug. 19, 1804, G. Colman, the Younger, H2. Prod. Aug. 22.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 22. Comp. 1808 (K-D 423): slight differences.
 

LA 1422 The Miller's Maid. Drama, 2 acts. Francis Godolphin Waldron.

Application Aug., 1804, Robert William Elliston, H2. Prod. Aug. 25.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 14.
 

LA 1423 The Lady of the Rock. Dramatic piece, 2 acts. Thomas Holcroft.

Application Oct. 2, 1804, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Feb. 12, 1805.
MS: endorsed, by William Powell, D.L., Oct. 12, 1804; dated by Larpent Feb. 6, 1805. Comp. 1805 (Dev 8vo 17): numerous differences.
 

LA 1424 Hear Him Out. Comedy, 5 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

Application Oct. 5, 1804, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as The Blind Bargain; or, Hear Him Out) Oct. 24.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 9; prologue and epilogue; cast. Comp. The Blind Bargain; or, Hear It Out, 1805 (K-D 402): some differences.
 

LA 1425 The Denouement; or, Who but He? Farce, 2 acts. From Francis Lathom, Holiday Time; or, The School Boy's Frolic.

Application Oct. 6, 1804, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. (as The Dash; or, Who but He?), Oct. 20.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 9.
See LA 1322 (alterations extensive).
 

LA 1426 The Two Prisoners. Musical farce, 2 acts. James Kenney.

Application Nov. 10, 1804, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. (as Matrimony) Nov. 20.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 12; some deletions and revisions. Comp. Matrimony, 1804 (K-D 407): numerous minor differences.
 

LA 1427 Thirty Thousand; or, Who's the Richest? Comic opera, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Nov. 26, 1804, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Dec. 10.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 27; numerous corrections, and some passages marked, by Examiner(?); cast. Comp. 1804 (Dev 8vo 17): numerous differences.
 

LA 1428 Address. (Impatient for renoun-all hope and fear.)

Application Nov. 29, 1804, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Spoken Dec. 1.
MS: notice states, to be spoken on the first night of Master Betty's appearance in London.
 

LA 1429 The Land We Live In. Comedy, 5 acts. Francis Ludlow Holt.

Application Dec. 12, 1804, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Dec. 29.
MS: endorsed, by W. Powell, D.L., Oct. 30; dated by Larpent Dec. 14; numerous corrections; prologue (with separate application, Dec. 25, J. Stokes) and epilogue. Comp. 1805 (K-D 407): a few differences.
 

LA 1430 Harlequin Quicksilver; or, The Devil and the Gnome. Pantomime, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Dec. 17, 1804, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 18; cast. Comp. Songs, Trios, Chorusses, &c., in Harlequin Quicksilver, 1804 (K-D 405): a number of discrepancies.
 

LA 1431 Angelina. [Walcot Castle.] Musical drama, 2 acts. Mary Goldsmith (?).

No application. Prod. Margate (?), 1804 (?).
MS: previous title, Walcot Castle, erased (but so listed in B.C.).
J.P.C. in B.D.: Larpent licensed it [Mary Goldsmith's Angelina] to Wilmot Wells Manager of the Margate Theatre 25 August 1804.
 

LA 1432 St. Margaret's Cave. Play, 5 acts. George Charles Carr.

No application. [1804?]
MS: prologue and epilogue.
J.P.C. in B.D.: Larpents Copy was in the hand writing of the author who thus inscribed it on the cover. 'Written by George Charles Carr of the Theatres Royal York and Hull-John Wilkinson Esq manager.' It was licensed 30th. Decr. 1804. [The original cover, here referred to, has been removed from the MS.]
 

LA 1433 The School of Reform; or, How to Rule a Husband. Comedy, 5 acts. Thomas Morton.

Application Jan. 4, 1805, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Jan. 15.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 8; prologue and epilogue; cast. Comp. 1805 (K-D 409): a few differences.
 

LA 1434 Zajra. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Jan. 10(?), 1805, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Jan. 29.
MS: cast. (Dated Jan. 20 in B.C.)
See LA 1437, a printed copy of this opera, and LA 1652.
 

LA 1435 Too Many Cooks. Musical farce, 2 acts. James Kenney.

Application Jan. 14, 1805, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Feb. 12.
MS. Comp. 1805 (K-D 410): some differences.
 

LA 1436 The Honey Moon. Comedy, 5 acts. John Tobin.

Application Jan. 23, 1805, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Jan. 31.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 25; prologue and epilogue. Comp. 1805 (K-D 406): a few differences.
 

LA 1437 Zaira. Opera (Italian and English), 2 acts.

No application. Prod. H1, Jan. 29, 1805.
Printed copy, 1805: cast.
See LA 1434 and 1652.
 

LA 1438 To Marry or Not to Marry? Comedy, 5 acts. Elizabeth Inchbald.

Application Feb. 6, 1805, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Feb. 16.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 9; prologue and epilogue; cast. Comp. 1805 (K-D 410): a few differences.
 

LA 1439 Address. (Anxious to pay my heartfelt homage here.)

No application. Spoken [by Master Betty], C.G., Feb. 11, 1805(?).
MS: dated C.G., Feb. 9, 1805.
 

LA 1440 Eriphile. Opera (Italian and English), 2 acts.

No application. Prod. H1, Feb. 19, 1805.
Printed copy, 1805: pp. 1-8 lacking.
 

LA 1441 Erifhile. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application 1805, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Feb. 19.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Feb. 16; cast. Comp. 1805 (Larpent Plays, LA 1440): slight differences.
 

LA 1442 The Castle of Lausanne; or, The Tricks of Timothy. [Out of Place; or, The Lake of Lausanne (?).] Musical farce, 2 acts. [Frederic Reynolds?]

Application Feb. 20, 1805, John Philip Kemble, C.G. [Prod. as Out of Place; or, The Lake of Lausanne, Feb. 28?]
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 23; previous title, The Lake of Geneva, erased; some deletions and corrections; cast.
 

LA 1443 The British Soldier; or, Life's Campaign. Comedy, 5 acts.

No application. Prod. Norwich, Mar. 16, 1805.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Norwich, Feb. 14[?]; endorsed Mr Lawler.
 

LA 1444 La Clemenza di Scipione. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Mar. 20, 1805, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Mar. 28.
MS: for the Benefit of Mrs. Billington, 28. Marke [?]. 1805; cast.
 

LA 1445 The Garland. Musical farce, 2 acts. Theodore Edward Hook.

Application Mar. 25, 1805, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. (as The Soldier's Return; or, What Can Beauty Do?) Apr. 23.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 28. Comp. The Soldier's Return; etc., 1805 (K-D 409): several differences.
J.P.C. in B.D. [under The Garland, not identified with The Soldier's Return]: ....several passages were objected to by Larpent according to his MS. Copy.
 

LA 1446 Aggression; [or, The Heroine of Yucatan], Songs in. Ballet.

No application. Prod. C.G., Apr. 15, 1805.
MS: dated Apr., 1805.
 

LA 1447 Personation; or, Fairly Taken In. Afterpiece, 1 act. Marie Thérèse (De Camp) Kemble.

Application Apr. 16, 1805, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Apr. 29.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 21; prologue and epilogue. Comp. n.d. (Dev 12mo 69): numerous differences.
 

LA 1448 Who Wants a Guinea? or, The Irish Yorkshireman. Comedy, 5 acts. George Colman, the Younger.

No application. Prod. C.G., Apr. 18, 1805.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Apr. 15; title changed from Where is She; or, The Charitable Quixote; epilogue. Comp. 1805 (K-D 411): a few differences.
 

LA 1449 The Venetian Outlaw. Drama, 3 acts. Robert William Elliston, from Pixérécourt, Abelino.

Application Apr. 22, 1805, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Apr. 26.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 23; prologue. Comp. 1805 (K-D 411): slight differences.
 

LA 1450 Gli Orazi e Curiazi. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. May 2, 1805.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 27; notice states, for the Benefit of Mr. Grassini; cast.
 

LA 1451 Spanish Dollars; or, The Priest of the Parish. Musical entertainment, 1 act. Andrew Cherry.

No application. Prod. C.G., May 9, 1805.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Apr. 29; cast. Comp. 1806 (K-D 409): several differences.
 

LA 1452 All for Fame; or, A Peep at the Times. Recitation.

Application May 11, 1805, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Spoken May 15.
MS: states, to be Spoken and Sung by Mrs. Mountain.
 

LA 1453 Love, Youth, and Folly. Comic opera, 2 acts. William Dimond.

Application May 21, 1805, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. (as Youth, Love, and Folly) May 24.
MS: dated by Larpent May 22; cast. Comp. Youth, Love, & Folly, 1805 (K-D 412): slight differences; songs for the most part omitted from MS but printed in full.
 

LA 1454 Farewell Address.

Application May 29, 1805, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Spoken June 3.
MS: notice states, intended to be spoken by Mrs. H. Johnston on her Benefit Night...on Monday next June 3d.
 

LA 1455 La Cosa Rara. Opera (Italian and English), 2 acts. Lorenzo da Ponte.

No application. Prod. H1, June 13, 1805.
Printed copy, 1805: title-page states, for Braham's benefit; cast.
See LA 809, a MS of this play.
 

LA 1456 The Partners. Comedy, 5 acts. Prince Hoare.

No application. Prod. H2, June 28, 1805.
MS: endorsed H2, and dated by Larpent June, 1805; prologue and two different epilogues.
 

LA 1457 The Village; or, The World's Epitome. Comedy, 3 acts. Andrew Cherry.

Application July 9, 1805, James Winston, H2. Prod. July 18.
MS: dated by Larpent July 10; prologue and epilogue.
 

LA 1458 Who's Afraid! Ha! Ha! Ha! Piece, 1 act. John Carr.

Application Sept. 6, 1805, James Winston, H2. Prod. Sept. 12.
MS: dated by Larpent Sept. 9; notice states, for Elliston's benefit; one member of cast given.
 

LA 1459 Rugantino; or, The Bravo of Venice. Melodrama, 2 acts. Matthew Gregory Lewis.

Application Oct. 9, 1805, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Oct. 18.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 11; cast. Comp. 1805 (K-D 408): virtually identical.
 

LA 1460 The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood. Melodrama, 2 acts. Lumley St. George Skeffington.

Application Oct. 10, 1805, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Dec. 6.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 22. Comp. Songs, Duets, Chorusses, &c., in The Sleeping Beauty, 1805 (Dev 8vo 68): slight differences.
 

LA 1461 A Prior Claim. Comedy, 5 acts. Henry James Pye and Samuel James Arnold.

Application Oct. 17, 1805, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Oct. 29.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 22; prologue and epilogue; songs dated Oct. 27. Comp. 1805 (K-D 408): great differences in Act III; otherwise practically the same.
 

LA 1462 Henry of Transtamare. Tragedy, 5 acts.

Application Oct. 20, 1805, John Jackson, Edinburgh. Prod. Nov. 1.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Oct. 24; numerous corrections.
 

LA 1463 Sees Company. Comedy, 5 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

Application Nov. 6, 1805, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as The Delinquent; or, Seeing Company) Nov. 14.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 7; prologue and epilogue to the Delinquent, or Seeing Company; cast. Comp. The Delinquent, 1805 (K-D 403): slight differences.
 

LA 1464 The Weathercock. Farce, 2 acts. John Till Allingham.

Application Nov. 6, 1805, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Nov. 18.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 8. Comp. [1806] (K-D 411): a few differences.
 

LA 1465 An Occasional Attempt to Commemorate the Death and Victory of Lord Viscount Nelson. Melodramatic piece. Richard Cumberland (?).

Application Nov. 8, 1805, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Nov. 11.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 8.
 

LA 1466 The Recovery, Prologue and Epilogue to. Prologue by James Kenney; epilogue by Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. D.L., Dec. 10, 1805.
MS: dated, by J.P.C.(?), D.L., Dec. 5. Comp. prologue and epilogue to The School for Friends, 1805 (K-D 408): virtually the same.
 

LA 1467 The Towers of Urbandine. Play, 5 acts. George Charles Carr.

Application Dec. 13, 1805, Edward Stoner (?), York and Hull (?).
MS: endorsed This Play is written by George, Charles, Carr; prologue and epilogue (by the Author's two children) and an additional song.
 

LA 1468 Harlequin's Magnet; or, Scandinavian Sorcerer. Pantomime, 17 scenes. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Dec. 21, 1805, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Dec. 30.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 22.
 

LA 1469 The Sailor and Soldier; or, Fashionable Amusement. Musical farce, 2 acts.-Knight.

Application undated, John Wilkinson, Hull. Prod. Hull, 1805.
MS: dated, by Larpent, York and Hull, Dec. 30, 1804.
 

LA 1470 The Legacy; or, A Thousand Pounds' Reward. [The Romantic Lover; or, Lost and Found (?).] Comedy (5 acts). John Till Allingham [or John Philip Kemble?].

Application Jan. 4, 1806, J. P. Kemble, C.G. [Prod. as The Romantic Lover, Jan. 11?]
MS: only Act I; dated by Larpent Jan. 6; numerous corrections; prologue and epilogue to The Romantic Lover; cast.
J.P.C. in B.D. [under The Romantic Lover]: This comedy was not by Allingham, but by J. P. Kemble-All the corrections (of which there are many) on the copy sent to Larpent were in the hand writing of J. P. Kemble, his initials were placed at the end of the dramatis personae and his name was inserted by Larpent in his account books as the real author. If the comedy had succeeded Kemble would doubtless have claimed the authorship of it: it was given in the newspapers to Allingham.
 

LA 1471 The Travellers. Operatic drama, 5 acts. Andrew Cherry.

Application Jan. 14, 1806, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Jan. 22.
MS. Comp. 1806 (K-D 410): numerous and extensive differences.
 

LA 1472 We Fly by Night; [or, Long Stories]. Farce, 2 acts. George Colman, the Younger.

Application Jan. 20, 1806, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Jan. 28.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 23; prologue; cast. Comp. Songs Choruses, &c., in We Fly by Night...[1806] (K-D 628): slight differences.
 

LA 1473 Il Ritorno di Serse; o sia, Argenide. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Jan.(?), 1806.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 23; cast.
See LA 1511, a different version of the same opera.
 

LA 1474 Thalia's Tears. Sketch. Andrew Cherry.

Application Feb. 1, 1806, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Feb. 12.
MS: headed A Tributary Sketch inscribed to the Memory of the late Thomas King, Comedian; dated by Larpent Feb. 4.
 

LA 1475 The Broken Gold. Ballad opera, 2 acts. Charles Dibdin.

Application Feb. 3, 1806, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Feb. 8.
MS: some deletion of text.
 

LA 1476 A Hint for Husbands. Comedy, 5 acts. Richard Cumberland.

Application Feb. 28, 1806, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as A Hint to Husbands) Mar. 8.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 1; prologue and epilogue; cast. Comp. 1806 (K-D 406): a number of immaterial differences.
 

LA 1477 La Morte di Cleopatra. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Mar. 4, 1806.
MS: dated Feb.(?) 28; cast. (Dated Jan. 28 in B.C.)
 

LA 1478 The White Plume; or, The Chieftains of the Border. Comic opera, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Mar. 22, 1806, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Apr. 10.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 25; cast. Comp. Songs, Duets, Chorusses, &c., in The White Plume; or, The Border Chieftains, 1806 (K-D 411): minor differences.
 

LA 1479 La Clemenza di Tito. Opera (Italian), 2 acts. Pietro Metastasio (?).

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Mar. 25, 1806 (?).
MS: endorsed by Larpent King's Theatre; title-page states, for Mrs. Billington's benefit; cast.
See LA 1710 (substantially the same).
 

LA 1480 The Forty Thieves. Operatical romance, 2 acts. Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Charles Ward, and George Colman, the Younger.

Application Mar. 27, 1806, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Apr. 8.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 4. (Listed in B.C. as Ali Baba; or, The Forty Thieves.) Comp. n.d. [1825?] (Dev 12mo 30): a number of marked differences.
 

LA 1481 Augustus and Gulielmus; or, The Villagers. Melodramatic spectacle, 1 scene. W. A. Holland.

No application. Prod. H2, Mar., 1806.
MS: dated, by Larpent, H2, Mar. 4; some corrections.
 

LA 1482 Due Nozze e un Sol Marito. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Apr. 15, 1806.
MS: title-page states, to be performed H1, Apr. 12; cast.
 

LA 1483 Loquacity; or, The Invisible Girl. Piece, 1 act. Theodore Edward Hook [or John Bannister?].

Application Apr. 23, 1806, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. (as The Invisible Girl) Apr. 28.
MS: prologue and part of epilogue(?). Comp. The Invisible Girl, 1806 (K-D 407): some differences.
J.P.C. in B.D.: ...it has the initials I. B. (John Bannister) on the title page, as if he were the author of it.
 

LA 1484 Edgar; or, Northern Feuds. Play, 5 acts. George Manners.

Application Apr. 28, 1806, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. (as Edgar; or, Caledonian Feuds) May 9.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 29; prologue and epilogue. Comp. 1806 (K-D 403): only slight difference.
 

LA 1485 Camilla; o sia, Il Sotterraneo. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. May 1, 1806.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 29; title-page states, for the Benefit of Madm. Grassini; cast.
See LA 1717 (substantially the same).
 

LA 1486 National Gratitude; or, Nelson's Funeral. Grand burletta spectacle.

No application. Prod. C.G., May 15, 1806.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., May 8; cast.
 

LA 1487 A Trip to Marseillers; or, The Labyrinth of Love. Play, 3 acts. Francis Godolphin Waldron.

Application May 15, 1806, F. G. Waldron, Academic Theatre [Sans Souci], Leicester Place. Prod. May 22 (?).
MS: title-page states, Written by F. G. Waldron; prologue and epilogue [to be spoken by children?]. (Not listed in B.C.)
 

LA 1488 The Wanderer; or, The Rights of Hospitality. Drama, 3 acts. Charles Kemble, from Augustus von Kotzebue.

Application June 5, 1806, George Colman, the Younger, H2. Not produced?
MS: dated by Larpent June 5; some deletion and revision; prologue (by John Taylor) and epilogue.
J.P.C. in B.D.: It was Licensed to G. Colman of the Haymarket on June 5th. 1806 for representation at that theatre. Another piece called the wanderer on the Cover, and The Fugitive in Kembles letter to the Licenser was allowed to Covent Garden Dec. 10. 1807.
See LA 1531.
 

LA 1489 Maid and Batchelors; or, My Heart for Yours. Comedy, 5 acts. Lumley St. George Skeffington.

No application. Prod. C.G., June 6, 1806.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., May 31.
 

LA 1490 Catch Him Who Can. Musical afterpiece, 2 acts. Theodore Edward Hook.

Application June 6, 1806, James Winston, H2. Prod. June 12.
MS. Comp. 1806 (K-D 402): a number of pronounced differences.
 

LA 1491 La Serva Astuta. Cantata a tre Voci (Italian), 1 act.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. June 10, 1806.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1492 Il Fanatico per La Musica. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. June 19, 1806.
MS: for Naldi's benefit; cast.
 

LA 1493 Five Miles Off; or, The Finger Post. Comedy, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application June 28, 1806, James Winston, H2. Prod. July 9.
MS. Comp. 1806 (K-D 405): slight differences.
 

LA 1494 Wooden Walls; or, Peter the Great. Operatic drama, 3 acts. Andrew Cherry.

Application Oct. 10, 1806, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. (as Peter the Great) May 8.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 11. Comp. Peter the Great; or, The Wooden Walls, 1807 (K-D 417): numerous differences.
 

LA 1495 The Faro Table. Comedy, 5 acts. John Tobin.

Application Oct. 13, 1806, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. (as The Guardians) Nov. 5, 1816.
MS: two prologues and two epilogues. Comp. The Faro Table; or, The Guardians, 1816 (K-D 500): some differences.
 

LA 1496 The Deserts of Arabia. Romance, 2 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

Application Oct. 17, 1806, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Nov. 20.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 18; cast. Comp. Airs, Duets, Chorusses, &c., in...The Deserts of Arabia, 1806 (K-D 403): slight differences.
 

LA 1497 Tekeli; or, The Siege of Montgatz. Melodrama, 3 acts. Theodore Edward Hook.

Application Oct. 28, 1806, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Nov. 24.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 29. Comp. 1806 (K-D 410): numerous minor differences.
 

LA 1498 The Mountains of Saxony; or, Adrian and Orrila. Play, 5 acts. William Dimond.

Application Nov. 1, 1806, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as Adrian and Orrila) Nov. 15.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 2; prologue and epilogue; cast. Comp. Adrian and Orrila; or, A Mother's Vengeance, 1806 (K-D 402): several differences.
 

LA 1499 The Vindictive Man. Comedy, 5 acts. Thomas Holcroft.

Application Nov. 14, 1806, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Nov. 20.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 16. Comp. 1806 (K-D 411): minor differences.
 

LA 1500 Arbitration; or, Free and Easy. Farce, 2 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

Application Dec. 1, 1806, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Dec. 11.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 2; prologue; cast.
 

LA 1501 Mr. H. Farce, 2 acts. Charles Lamb.

Application Dec. 6, 1806, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Dec. 10.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 8; prologue. Comp. The Works of Charles Lamb, 1818 (129014): a few slight differences.
 

LA 1502 La Semiramide. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Dec. 13, 1806, Michael Kelly, H1.
MS: cast.
See LA 1661 (substantially the same).
 

LA 1503 Alberto and Lauretta; or, The Orphan of the Alps. Melodrama, 2 acts. Thomas John Lynch.

No application. [H2, Dec. 15, 1806.]
MS: dated by Larpent; title-page gives author's name and is dated Oct. 15, 1805 [1806?]; prologue (by T J Lynch).
 

LA 1504 Harlequin and Mother Goose; or, The Golden Egg, Airs, Chorusses, &c., in. [Mother Goose; or, The Golden Egg.] Pantomime, 17 scenes. Thomas John Dibdin and Charles Farley (?).

Application Dec. 18, 1806, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 23.
 

LA 1505 Il Principe di Tarranto. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Dec. 23, 1806.
MS: cast. Comp. 1810 (Larpent Plays, LA 1653): substantially the same.
See also LA 1605.
 

LA 1506 False Appearances; or, My Cousin. Comic opera, 3 acts. James Kenney.

Application Jan. 2, 1807, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. (as False Alarms; or, My Cousin) Jan. 12.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 5. Comp. False Alarms, 1807 (K-D 416): numerous differences.
 

LA 1507 London and the Country. Comedy, 5 acts. Thomas Morton.

Application Jan. 8, 1807, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as Town and Country) Mar 10.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 9; prologue and epilogue; cast. Comp. Town and Country, 1807 (K-D 417): some differences.
 

LA 1508 The Assignation. Comedy, 5 acts. Sophia Lee.

Application Jan. 15, 1807, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Jan. 28.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 21; prologue and epilogue.
 

LA 1509 The Curfew. Play, 5 acts. John Tobin.

Application Feb. 2, 1807, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Feb. 19.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 3; some deletion and revision of text; prologue and two variant epilogues. Comp. 1807 (K-D 417): virtually the same.
 

LA 1510 Roberto L'Assassino. Comic opera (Italian), 1 act.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1.Prod. Feb. 3, 1807.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 1; cast.
 

LA 1511 Il Ritorno di Serse. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 20, 1807; cast.
See LA 1473.
 

LA 1512 The Young Hussar. Farce, 2 acts. William Dimond.

Application Mar. 2, 1807, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Mar. 12.
MS. Comp. 1807 (K-D 416): virtually identical.
 

LA 1513 Whistle for It. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. George Lambe.

Application Mar. 4, 1807, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Apr. 10.
MS: endorsed, by J.P.C., By Hon. G. Lambe; dated by Larpent Mar. 5; cast. Comp. 1807 (K-D 417): practically the same.
 

LA 1514 The Wood Daemon; or, The Clock Has Struck. Melodrama, 2 acts. Matthew Gregory Lewis.

Application Mar. 20, 1807, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Apr. 1.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 24.
See LA 1686, a later revision, and LA 1534.
 

LA 1515 Little Thumb and the Ogre; or, The Fairy Boots, Songs, &C., in. [The Ogre and Little Thumb; or, The Seven League Boots, Songs, Choruses, &C. in.] Pantomimical ballet.

Application Apr. 1, 1807, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Apr. 16.
MS. Comp. Songs, Choruses, &c., &c., in... The Ogre and Little Thumb; or, The Seven League Boots, 1807 (K-D 416): virtually the same; description of action not in MS.
 

LA 1516 A Day in London. Comedy, 5 acts. Andrew Cherry.

Application Apr. 2, 1807, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Apr. 9.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 3; endorsed, by J.P.C., By A. Cherry; some deletion and revision of text; prologue and epilogue.
 

LA 1517 La Virtuosa in Margellina. Comic opera, 2 acts.

Application Apr. 3, 1807, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. Apr. 14.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1518 Adelgitha; or, The Fruits of a Single Error. Tragedy, 5 acts. Matthew Gregory Lewis.

Application Apr. 22, 1807, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Apr. 30.
Printed copy, 2d ed., 1806: some MS corrections; MS prologue and epilogue dated Apr. 27.
 

LA 1519 Sure Aim; or, The Norfolk Sharp Shooter. Interlude, 1 act.

Application Apr. 24, 1807, John Clayton Hindes, Norwich. Prod. May 2 (?).
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 25; for Smith's benefit.
 

LA 1520 Mark the End On't. Comedy, 5 acts. Henry Siddons.

Application May 7, 1807, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. (as Time's a Tell-tale) Oct. 27.
MS: dated by Larpent May 9; prologue and epilogue to Time's a Tell-tale, endorsed Licensed by Title of 'Mark the end on't' ; also another epilogue. Comp. Time's a Tell-tale, 1807 (K-D 424): slight differences.
 

LA 1521 The Miseries of Human Life; or, Let Us All Be Unhappy Together. Farce, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application May 12, 1807, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. May 19.
MS: dated by Larpent May 13; cast. (Performed for Fawcett's benefit.)
 

LA 1522 The Fortress. Melodrama, 3 acts. Theodore Edward Hook.

Application July 9, 1807, James Winston, H2. Prod. July 16.
MS: endorsed By T. E. Hooke. Comp. 1807 (K-D 476): a few differences.
 

LA 1523 Errors Excepted. Comedy, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Aug. 8, 1807, James Winston, H2. Prod. Aug. 13.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 11.
 

LA 1524 Music-Mad. Comic sketch, 1 act. Theodore Edward Hook.

Application Aug. 22, 1807, James Winston, H2. Prod. Aug. 27.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 23.
 

LA 1525 The Fortune Teller. Musical piece, 2 acts.

Application Oct. 6, 1807, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Sept. 29.
MS.
 

LA 1526 A Plaguy Good-natured Friend. Farce, 2 acts.

Application Oct. 13, 1807, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as Too Friendly by Half) Oct. 29.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1527 How Happy Could I Be with Either. Comic opera, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Nov. 4, 1807, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as Two Faces under a Hood) Nov. 17.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 5; cast. Comp. Two Faces under a Hood, [1807] (K-D 521): some differences.
 

LA 1528 Ella Rosenberg. Melodrama, 2 acts. James Kenney.

Application Nov. 12, 1807, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Nov. 19.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 16. Comp. 1807 (K-D 422): minor differences.
 

LA 1529 The Blind Boy. Melodrama, 2 acts. James Kenney.

Application Nov. 21, 1807, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Dec. 1.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 23; some deletion and revision; cast. Comp. 1808 (K-D 422): a few minor differences, mostly in Act II.
 

LA 1530 Faulkner. Tragedy, 5 acts. William Godwin.

Application Dec. 3, 1807, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Dec. 16.
MS. Comp. 1807 (K-D 423): slight differences.
 

LA 1531 The Wanderer. Play, 3 acts. Charles Kemble, from Augustus von Kotzebue.

Application Dec. 8, 1807, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Jan. 12, 1808.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 10, 1807; original title, The Fugitive, deleted; cast. Comp. The Wanderer; or, The Rights of Hospitality, 1808 (K-D 426): a few minor differences.
See LA 1488, of which this is an alteration.
 

LA 1532 Harlequin in His Element; or, Fire, Water, Earth, and Air, Songs, &c., in. Pantomime. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Dec. 17, 1807, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 19. Comp. [1808] (K-D 423): some slight differences.
 

LA 1533 [Furibond; or, Harlequin Negro.] Pantomime, 1 act.

Application Dec. 19, 1807, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Dec. 28.
MS: no title; called The New Comic Pantomime (and so entered in B.C.).
 

LA 1534 The Demon of the Woods; or, The Clock Has Struck. Melodrama, 3 acts. Matthew Gregory Lewis (?).

No application. [1807?]
MS.
J.P.C. in B.D., concerning M. G. Lewis, The Wood Daemon (1807): On 13. Novr. 1807 Larpent Licensed the Daemon of the Woods in 3 Acts for the Norwich Theatre in which the pantomime of the Wood Daemon was put into words.
See LA 1514 and 1686.
 

LA 1535 La Frascatana. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. From Filippo Livigni (?).

Application Jan. 9, 1808, H. D'Egville, H1.
MS: cast.
See LA 417.
 

LA 1536 Something to Do. Comedy, 5 acts. Prince Hoare.

Application Jan. 16, 1808, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Jan. 22.
MS: prologue and epilogue, dated Jan. 15.
 

LA 1537 La Didone. Opera (Italian), 2 acts. Pietro Metastasio.

Application Jan. 25, 1808, H. D'Egville, H1. Prod. Jan. 26.
MS. cast.
 

LA 1538 Fair Play. Comedy, 5 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

Application Jan. 28, 1808, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. (as Begone, Dull Care) Feb. 9.
MS: two copies, each, of prologue and epilogue; cast. Comp. Begone, Dull Care, 1808 (K-D 422): slight differences.
 

LA 1539 Kais; or, Love in the Desarts. Opera, 5 acts. Isaac Brandon.

Application Feb. 6, 1808, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Feb. 11.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 8. Comp. 1808 (K-D 423): numerous differences; printed play in four acts.
 

LA 1540 The Widow's Choice. Musical farce, 2 acts. John Till Allingham.

Application Feb. 14, 1808, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. ( as Who Wins; or, The Widow's Choice) Feb. 25.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 15; cast. Comp. The Widow; or, Who Wins? n.d. (Dev 12mo 69): a few differences.
 

LA 1541 In and Out of Tune. Musical farce, 2 acts. Andrew Cherry, from Dennis Lawler.

Application Feb. 22, 1808, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Mar. 1.
MS.
 

LA 1542 Il Furbo contra il Furbo. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Feb. 27, 1808, H. D'Egville, H1. Prod. Mar. 1.
MS: cast.
See LA 1755.
 

LA 1543 Harvest Home. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. George Bennett.

No application. [Norwich, Mar. 18, 1808?]
MS: dated by Larpents; cover states, Written and Compos'd by George Bennett.
 

LA 1544 Boniface and Bridgetina. Melodrama [burlesque], 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Mar. 19, 1808, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. (as Bonifacio and Bridgetina; or, The Knight of the Hermitage) Mar. 31.
MS: cast. Comp. Bonifacio and Bridgetina, 1808 (K-D 422): a few slight differences.
 

LA 1545 The World. Comedy, 5 acts. James Kenney.

Application Mar. 23, 1808, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Mar. 31.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 25; epilogue, dated by William Powell Mar. 25. Comp. 1808 (K-D 426): slight differences in dialogue.
 

LA 1546 Le Feste d'Iside. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Apr. 18, 1808, H. D'Egville, H1. Prod. Apr. 21.
MS: For the Benefit of Madm. Catalani.
 

LA 1547 The Jew of Mogodore. Comic opera, 3 acts. Richard Cumberland.

Application Apr. 26, 1808, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. May 3.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 28. Comp. The Jew of Mogadore, 1808 (K-D 423): numerous differences.
 

LA 1548 The Portrait of Cervantes. Farce, 2 acts. _____ Greffulhe.

Application Apr. 28, 1808, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. June 21.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1549 The Day after the Wedding; or, A Wife's First Lesson. Interlude, 1 act. Marie Thérèse (De Camp) Kemble.

Application May 12, 1808, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. May 18.
MS: dated May 8 and signed MTK. Comp. 1808 (K-D 422): virtually identical.
 

LA 1550 The Mysterious Bride. Play, 3 acts. Lumley St. George Skeffington.

Application May 27, 1808, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. June 1.
MS: dated by Larpent May 29; prologue and epilogue.
 

LA 1551 Gli Amanti Consolati. Comic opera (Italian), 1 act.

Application undated, H. D'Egville, H1. Prod. June 23, 1808.
MS: For the Benefit of Madm. Catalani; cast.
 

LA 1552 Plot and Counterplot; or, The Spanish Valets. Farce, 2 acts. Charles Kemble.

Application June 23, 1808, James Winston, H2. Prod. (as Plot and Counterplot; or The Portrait of Michael Cervantes) June 30.
MS: dated by Larpent June 25; numerous corrections; cast. Comp. n.d. (Dev 12mo 118): numerous differences, especially in Act I.
 

LA 1553 The Africans; or, War, Love, and Duty. Play, 3 acts. George Colman, the Younger.

Application July 23, 1808, James Winston, H2. Prod. July 29.
MS: several deletions, by Examiner(?). Comp. n.d. (Dev 12mo 119): numerous slight differences.
 

LA 1554 First Come, First Served; [or, The Biter Bit]. Farce, 2 acts. John Carr (?).

Application Aug. 18, 1808, James Winston, H2. Prod. Aug. 22.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 18.
 

LA 1555 Yes or No! Farce, 2 acts. Isaac Pocock.

Application Aug. 24, 1808, James Winston, H2. Prod. Aug. 31.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 24. Comp. 1809 (K-D 438): numerous slight differences; songs not in MS.
 

LA 1556 Princess and No Princess; or, The Forest of Hermanstadt. Melodrama, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. (as The Forest of Hermanstadt; or, A Princess and No Princess) H1 (C.G. Company), Oct. 7, 1808.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1557 Constantine Paleologus. Tragedy, 5 acts. Joanna Baillie.

Application Oct. 8, 1808, Henry Siddons, Liverpool. Prod. Oct. 1808(?).
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 10. Comp. Joanna Baillie, Miscellaneous Plays, 1804 (K-D 414): MS a greatly reduced version of printed play, made by severe cutting of text.
 

LA 1558 The Exile. Opera, 3 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

Application Nov. 1, 1808, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Nov. 10.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 2; cast. Comp. n.d. (Dev. 12mo 54): a few differences.
 

LA 1559 The Siege of St. Quintin; or, Spanish Heroism. Drama, 3 acts. Theodore Edward Hook.

Application Nov. 4, 1808, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Nov. 10.
MS: dated by Larpent.
 

LA 1560 The School for Authors. Comedy, 3 acts. John Tobin.

Application Nov. 14, 1808, Thomas Harris, H2 (C.G. Company). Prod. Dec. 5.
MS: author's name given; dated by Larpent Nov. 17; numerous excisions; cast. Comp. 1808 (K-D 424): a few differences.
 

LA 1561 Venoni; or, The Novice of St. Mark's. Melodrama, 3 acts. Matthew Gregory Lewis.

Application Nov. 26, 1808, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Dec. 1.
MS: two versions of Act III, one dated Dec. 10; epilogue; note, Wroughton to Larpent(?), Dec. 1. Comp. 1809 (K-D 438): numerous differences; original third act added to printed copy.
 

LA 1562 Man and Wife; or, More Secrets than One. Comedy, 5 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application Dec. 23, 1808, Richard Wroughton, D.L., Prod. Jan. 5, 1809.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 24, 1808; prologue and epilogue. Comp. 1809 (KD 424): difference in name of one character and many other minor differences.
 

LA 1563 Le Cappriciosa Penita. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Dec. 31, 1808, William Taylor, H1. Prod. Jan. 6, 1809.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1564 The Unconscious Counterfeit. Farce, 2 acts.

Application Jan. 16, 1809, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Feb. 9.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 20.
 

LA 1565 A German Blunder; or, Prince and No Prince. Farce, 2 acts. - Greffulhe.

Application Jan. 26, 1809, Thomas Harris, H2 (C.G. Company). Prod. (as Is He a Prince?) Feb. 7.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1566 I Villeggiattori Bizzari. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Jan. 27, 1809, William Taylor, H1. Prod. Jan. 31.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1567 The Circassian Bride. Opera, 3 acts. C. Ward.

Application Jan. 30, 1809, Richard Wroughton, D.L. Prod. Feb. 23.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 20. Comp. Songs, Choruses, &c., in The Circassian Bride, n.d. (Dev 8vo 68): a few minor differences.

Note

Lewis Matthew G.
 

LA 1568 Monody on the Death of Sir John Moore.

Application Feb. 11, 1809, William Powell, D.L. Spoken Feb. 16.
MS.
 

LA 1569 The Trustee. Comedy, 5 acts. John Till Allingham.

Application Feb. 23, 1809, Thomas Harris, H2 (C.G. Company). Prod. (as Independence; or, The Trustee) Mar. 9.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 24; prologue and epilogue (for Independence, etc.); cast.
 

LA 1570 How Will It End? Comedy, 3 acts.

No application; endorsed, To be Performed at the Theatre-Royal Manchester Messrs. Ward, Lewis, Knight and Banks, Managers. Prod. Manchester, Feb., 1809(?).
MS: prologue and epilogue, latter signed G:M:N: and dated Manchester, Feb. 28, 1809.
 

LA 1571 La Caccia di Enrico Quarto. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Mar. 3, 1809, William Taylor, H1. Prod. Mar. 7.
MS: cast.
See LA 1707 (there are numerous differences).
 

LA 1572 Occasional Address Intended to Be Spoken Thursday, March 16th, 1809at The King's Theatre.

Application Mar. 14, 1809, Richard Wroughton, H1 (D.L. Company). Spoken Mar. 16.
MS.
 

LA 1573 Teresa e Claudio. Opera (Italian), 1 act.

Application Apr. 8, 1809, William Taylor, H1.
MS: for the Benefit of Mad. Collini; cast.
 

LA 1574 Grieving Is a Folly. Comedy, 5 acts. Richard Leigh.

Application Apr. 17, 1809, Richard Wroughton, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. Apr. 21.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 20; prologue (by Edmund John Eyre) and epilogue (by Thomas John Dibdin). Comp. Grieving's a Folly, 1809 (K-D 436): numerous minor differences.
 

LA 1575 The Domestic Tyrant. Farce, 2 acts.

Application Apr. 26, 1809, Richard Wroughton, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. (as Temper; or, The Domestic Tyrant) May 1.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 27.
 

LA 1576 Tears and Smiles. Musical romance, 2 acts. Edmund John Eyre.

Application May 6, 1809, Richard Wroughton, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. (as The Vintagers) H2, Aug. 1.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Lyceum Theatre (D.L.) Strand May 8th. 1809; inserted, new scene, with separate application, July 26, James Winston, H2, stating, New Farce called 'Tears and Smiles' which received the Lord Chamberlain's License to be performed by the Drury Lane Company-and which Farce is now intended to be Represented at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, under the Title of the Vintagers. Comp. The Vintagers, 1809 (K-D 438): slight discrepancies.
 

LA 1577 The Village Hotel. Interlude, 1 act.

Application May 9, 1809, Richard Wroughton, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. (as Sharp Set; or, The Village Hotel) May 15.
MS: dated by Larpent May 10; songs inserted.
 

LA 1578 La Serva Raggiratrice. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application May 12, 1809, William Taylor, H1. Prod. May 16.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1579 Pirro. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application June 7, 1809, William Taylor, H1. Prod. June 10.
MS: for Siboni's benefit; cast.
 

LA 1580 The Smuggler's Cave; or, Up All Night. Comic opera, 3 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application June 10, 1809, S. J. Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. (as Up All Night; or, The Smuggler's Cave) June 26.
MS: dated by Larpent June 14. Comp. Songs, Duetts, &c.,...of Up All Night! or, The Smuggler's Cave, n.d. (Dev 8vo 70): several differences in songs.
J.P.C. in B.D.: The Songs &c. were printed 8vo. 1809. It is there said to have been first acted on June 22d. 1809.
 

LA 1581 Sidagero; or, Cadononia Conquistata. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application June 14, 1809, William Taylor, H1. Prod. June 20.
MS: cast.
See LA 1675.
 

LA 1582 Killing No Murder. Comic ballad opera, 2 acts. Theodore Edward Hook.

Application June 20, 1809, James Winston, H2. Prod. Aug. 21.
MS: dated by Larpent June 22; various excisions and corrections; some passages (inserted to replace those cut out) marked, Alerations for the Approbation of the Licencer; songs, submitted separately (?), inserted. Comp. 1809, with a Preface, and the Scene Suppressed by order of the Lord Chamberlain (Larpent Plays LA 1589, q.v.).
 

LA 1583 The Foundling of the Forest; or, Twice the Dagger Struck. Play, 3 acts. William Dimond.

Application June 29, 1809, James Winston, H2. Prod. July 10.
MS: dated June 30. Comp. n.d. (Dev 12mo 103): a few differences.
 

LA 1584 Le Quattro Nazioni; or, The Four Nations. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application July 11, 1809, William Taylor, H1. Prod. July 11.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1585 The Russian Imposter; or, The Siege of Smolensko. Opera, 3 acts. Henry Siddons; alterations by Samuel James Arnold.

Application July 13, 1809, S. J. Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. July 22.
MS: dated by Larpent July 17; three additions, one dated July 15.
 

LA 1586 Number Nip. [Kapschou, the Forest Fiend.] A German Legend Told in Action, 2 acts.

Application July 26, 1809, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Aug. 4.
MS: endorsed Lyceum, and dated, by Larpent(?), July 29; a song, endorsed Song Introduced in the Ballet of Kapschou; The Forest Fiend which was Sent... under the Title of Number Nip.
 

LA 1587 Jack the Giant Killer. Pantomime, 1 act.

No application. Prod. Lyceum (?), Aug. 13, 1809 (?).
MS: contains songs and some dialogue.
 

LA 1588 Consequences; or, Safe and Sound. Comic opera, 3 acts. Theodore Edward Hook.

Application Aug. 14, 1809, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. (as Safe and Sound) Aug. 28.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Aug. 14; additions, dated Aug. 25. Comp. Safe and Sound, 1809 (K-D 437): numerous slight differences.
 

LA 1589 Killing No Murder. Farce, 2 acts. Theodore Edward Hook.

No application. Prod. H2, Aug. 21, 1809.
Printed copy, 1809, together with a Preface, and the scene suppressed by order of the Lord Chamberlain: MS notes and corrections; marginal comments on Preface, by Larpent(?); notes compare this copy with MS copy (No. 1582, q.v.); this text incorporates most of the corrections made in MS LA 1582, and has the suppressed scene printed at the end.
 

LA 1590 Occasional Address. On Opening the New Theatre Royal, in Covent Garden on the 18th of September, 1809. George Colman, the Younger.

Application Sept. 13, 1809, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Spoken Sept. 18.
MS.
 

LA 1591 Britain's Jubilee. Burletta, 1 act. C.F. Barrett.

Application Oct. 18, 1809, John Astley, Pavilion. Prod. Oct. 26.
MS: author's name on title-page.
 

LA 1592 The Jubilee. Occasional spectacle, 1 act. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Oct. 20, 1809, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Oct. 25.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 21; previous title, The Twenty-Fifth of October, erased; cast.
 

LA 1593 Britain's Jubilee. Musical afterpiece, 2 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application Oct. 21, 1809, J. G. Raymond and William Powell, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. Oct. 25.
MS.
 

LA 1594 The Haunted Village. Comic burletta.

Application Oct. 24, 1809, John Astley, Pavilion. Prod. Nov. 20.
MS.
 

LA 1595 Not at Home. Farce, 2 acts. Robert Charles Dallas.

Application Nov. 8, 1809, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. Nov. 20.
MS: prologue (by Waller Wright). Comp. 1809 (K-D 437): a number of differences.
 

LA 1596 Clara, Songs, Duets, Glees, & Choruses in. Burletta spectacle, 1 act.

Application Nov. 18, 1809, John Astley, Pavilion. Prod. Nov. 27.
MS: subtitle, Love and Jealousy, deleted.
 

LA 1597 Raymond and Agnes; or, The Bleeding Nun. Melodrama, 2 acts. Matthew Gregory Lewis(?).

Application Nov. 20, 1809, John Clayton Hindes, Norwich.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 22; previous subtitle, The Castle of Lindenburg, erased. Comp. M. G. Lewis, Raymond and Agnes; The Travellers Benighted; or, The Bleeding Nun of Lindenberg, n.d. (Dev 12mo 102): a great number of differences.
 

LA 1598 La Scomessa; or, The Wager. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. B. Serafino Buonaiuti.

Application Dec. 4, 1809, William Taylor, H1. Prod. Dec. 12.
MS: cast. Comp. 1809 (Larpent Plays, LA 1600): slight differences, mostly in final scene.
 

LA 1599 The Man of Business. Comedy, 5 acts. James Cobb.

Application Dec. 6, 1809, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. (as Sudden Arrivals; or, Too Busy by Half) Dec. 19.
MS: dated, by Larpent (?), Dec. 8; prologue and epilogue to Sudden Arrivals, etc., endorsed Sent in for Approbation under the Title of 'The Man of Business'. The name of the Play being the only alteration, and signed by William Powell.
 

LA 1600 La Scommessa; or, The Wager. Comic opera (Italian and English), 2 acts. B. Serafino Buonaiuti.

No application. Prod. H1, Dec. 12, 1809.
Printed copy, 1809 (with alterations and many additions, by S. Buonaiuti): no MS notes; cast.
See LA 1598, a MS of this opera.
 

LA 1601 The Gleaners; or, Harvest Frolic. Pastoral burletta, 1 act.

Application Dec. 12, 1809, John Astley, Pavilion. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS.
 

LA 1602 He Would Be a Player; or, The Stage-struck Butler. Burletta, 1 act.

Application Dec. 12, 1809, John Astley, Pavilion. Prod. Jan. 15, 1810.
MS.
 

LA 1603 Mary, the Maid of the Inn. Burletta, 2 acts.

Application Nov., 1811 [1809?], John Scott, Sans Pareil. Prod. Dec. 27, 1809(?).
MS.
 

LA 1604 Cinderella; or, The Little Glass Slipper. Melo-Dramatic, Allegorical Pantomimic Spectacle, 2 acts.

No application; endorsed Theatre Royal Norwich. [1809?]
MS: dated, by J.P.C. (?), 1818.
J.P.C. in B.D.: ...licensed on Mar 21. 1809 for the Norwich Theatre.
See LA 1396 (this is apparently an alteration of that play; the songs almost identical).
 

1810-1819 (LA 1605-2134)

 

LA 1605 Il Principe di Taranto. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Jan. 10, 1810, William Taylor, H1.
MS: cast. Comp. 1810 (Larpent Plays, LA 1653): substantially the same.
See also LA 1505.
 

LA 1606 The Edict of Charlemagne; or, The Free Knights. Opera, 3 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

Application Jan. 10, 1810, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as The Free Knights; or, The Edict of Charlemagne) Feb. 8.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 12; cast. Comp. The Free Knights, 1812 (K-D 436): a few differences.
 

LA 1607 The Old Soldier; or, Which Is Mine. Comedy, 5 acts.

No application; endorsed, by Larpent(?), Mr. [Robert W.] Elliston, T.R. Manchester. January 10th. 1810. Prod. 1810(?).
MS.
 

LA 1608 Love in a Bag; or, The Flemish Tooth Drawer. Comic burletta, 1 act.

Application Jan. 16, 1810, John Astley, Pavilion. Prod. Feb. 5.
MS.
 

LA 1609 The Mind's Magnet; [or,] The School for Arrogance. Play, 5 acts. James Bland Burges, from Philip Massinger, The City Madam.

Application Jan. 19, 1810, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. (as Riches; or, The Wife and Brother) Feb. 3.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 25; title changed to Riches; prologue and epilogue to Riches. Comp. Riches; etc., 1810 (K-D 437): printed text somewhat longer than MS; otherwise few differences.
 

LA 1610 Cormac and Swaran; [or, The Chiefs of Erin], Songs, Duets, Glees, and Choruses in. Spectacle, 16 scenes.

Application Feb. 2, 1810, John Astley, Pavilion. Prod. Feb. 12.
MS.
 

LA 1611 Who Pays the Piper. Comic burletta interlude, 1 act.

Application Feb. 2, 1810, John Astley, Pavilion. Prod. (as Bad Customers; or, Who Pays the Piper) Mar. 26.
MS.
 

LA 1612 Madness Rules the Hour; or, A Budget of Blunders. Farce, 2 acts. _____ Greffulhe.

Application Feb. 10, 1810, Thomas Harris, C.G.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 12; a few passages marked in pencil, by Examiner(?); cast.
J.P.C. in B.D. (s.v. A Budget of Blunders): It seems first to have been called 'Madness Rules the Hour' but the title and some parts being objected to by the licenser on account of allusion to the Kings insanity, they were altered-One copy was sent to the licenser on 10th. Febry by Harris and the amended Copy on the 14 Feby by Kemble. (See following item.)
 

LA 1613 A Budget of Blunders. Farce, 2 acts. _____ Greffulhe.

Application Feb. 14, 1810, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Feb. 16.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 14; some passages deleted and some corrections made by Kemble; cast.
See LA 1612.
 

LA 1614 Romeo e Giulietta. Opera (Italian), 2 acts. B. Serafino Buonaiuti.

Application Feb. 14, 1810, William Taylor, H1. Prod. Feb. 20.
MS: title-page states, Written By Sigr. Bonajutti; cast.
See LA 1616, printed copy of this opera.
 

LA 1615 Hit or Miss. Musical farce, 2 acts. Isaac Pocock.

Application Feb. 17, 1810, J. G. Raymond, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. Feb. 26.
MS: signed by W. Powell; dated by Larpent Feb. 20; numerous and extensive corrections and some deletions; two songs, dated Feb. 24, endorsed by Powell not written when the Copy was sent. Comp. 1810 (K-D 438): numerous and varied differences throughout.
See LA 2366.
 

LA 1616 Romeo e Giulietta. Opera (Italian and English), 2 acts. B. Serafino Buonaiuti.

No application. Prod. H1, Feb. 20, 1810.
Printed copy, 1810, by S. Buonaiuti; no MS notes.
See LA 1614, a MS of this opera.
 

LA 1617 Lost and Found; or, The Black Forest. Opera, 3 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application Feb. 22, 1810, S. J. Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. (as The Maniac) Mar. 13.
MS. Comp. Songs, Duetts, Chorusses, Finales, &c., of The Maniac! or, The Swiss Banditti, [1810] (K-D 583): some discrepancies; dialogue not printed.
 

LA 1618 Maid of the Glen; or, Edwin and Rosalie, Recitatives, Songs, Duets, Choruses, &c., in. Melodrama, 1 act. G. Male (?).

Application Mar. 7, 1810, John Astley, Pavilion. Not produced (?).
MS: signed at end, G. Male (copyist and author?).
 

LA 1619 How to Teaze, and How to Please. Comedy, 5 acts. Thomas Morton (?).

Application Mar. 15, 1810, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Mar. 29.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 16; prologue and epilogue.
 

LA 1620 Werter and Charlotte; or, Love's Victim, Recitative, Songs, Duets, & Choruses in. Melodramatic spectacle, 1 act.

Application Mar. 16, 1810, John Astley, Pavilion. Prod. (as Charlotte and Werther; or, Love and Madness) Mar. 26.
MS.
 

LA 1621 Atalida. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, William Taylor, H1. Prod. Mar. 20, 1810.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1622 L'Ingiusta Gelosia. Opera (Italian), 1 act.

Application Apr. 4, 1810, William Taylor, H1. Prod. Apr. 5 (?).
MS: notice states, for Trammezzani's benefit; cast.
 

LA 1623 Alladin; or, The Wonderful Lamp. Romantic drama, 2 acts.

No application. [Norwich, Apr. 4, 1810?]
MS: second act marked Act 3rd. (Dated Apr. 6, 1810, in B.C.)
J.P.C. in B.D.: Alladin, or the Wonderful Lamp, a Romantic Drama was licensed by Larpent for the Norwich Theatre on 4th. April 1810.
 

LA 1624 The Indians. Afterpiece, 2 acts.

Application Apr. 24, 1810, John Philip Kemble, C.G.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 25.
 

LA 1625 La Vestale. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Apr. 28, 1810, William Taylor, H1. Prod. May 3.
MS: title-page states, for Mme Catalani's benefit; cast.
 

LA 1626 The Widow's Only Son. Comedy, 5 acts. Richard Cumberland.

Application May 18, 1810, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. June 7.
MS: dated by Larpent May 24; prologue and epilogue.
 

LA 1627 Il Matrimonio per Sussuro. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application May 22, 1810, William Taylor, H1. Prod. May 24 (?).
MS: title-page states, for Signor Naldi's benefit; cast.
 

LA 1628 Love's Mysteries. Comic opera, 3 acts. James Kenney.

Application May 31, 1810, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. (as Oh! this Love; or, The Masqueraders) June 12.
MS: slight alterations.
 

LA 1629 The Doubtful Son; or, Secrets of a Palace. Play, 5 acts. William Dimond.

Application June 8, 1810, James Winston, H2. Prod. July 3.
MS. Comp. 1810 (K-D 440): slight differences.
 

LA 1630 La Buona Figliuola. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application June 19, 1810, William Taylor, H1. Prod. June 21 (?).
MS: cast.
 

LA 1631 Twenty Years Ago. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. Isaac Pocock.

Application June 22, 1810, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. July 21.
MS. Comp. 1810 (K-D 443): some differences in songs; slight differences in dialogue.
 

LA 1632 Tricks upon Travellers. Opera, 3 acts. James Bland Burges.

Application June 30, 1810, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. July 7.
MS: previous title, Pedro Lobo, erased.
 

LA 1633 High Life in the City: A Picture of London. Comedy, 5 acts. Edmund John Eyre.

Application July 16, 1810, James Winston, H2. Prod. July 25.
MS: prologue (by Thomas Hill), dated July 23, and epilogue (by George Colman, the Younger). Comp. 1810 (K-D 440): extensive differences.
 

LA 1634 Bombastes Furioso. Burlesque tragic opera, 1 act. William Barnes Rhodes.

Application Aug. 1, 1810, James Winston, H2. Prod. Aug. 7.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 2. Comp. 1822 (K-D 507): minor differences.
 

LA 1635 Bad Neighbours; or, The Earl and the Baron. Melodramatic opera, 3 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application Aug. 22, 1810, S. J. Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. (as Plots; or, The North Tower) Sept. 3.
MS: dated Aug. 30; a note regarding changes in certain lines, requested by Examiner (no such passage remains in MS).
 

LA 1636 The Bridal Ring. Dramatic romance, 2 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

Application Oct. 1, 1810, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Oct. 16.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 3.
 

LA 1637 Abou Hassan; or, The Sleeper Awake. Burletta, 12 scenes. W.(?) Upton.

Application Oct. 10, 1810, John Astley, Pavilion. Prod. Nov. 20.
MS: title-page states, Taken from the Arabian Nights. and Written by W. [or Mr.?] Upton.
 

LA 1638 The Italian Gamester; or, The Wife and Mistress. Recitations, Songs, &c. Melodramatic spectacle, 9 scenes. C. F. Barrett.

Application Oct. 10, 1810, John Astley, Pavilion.
MS: title-page states, written by C F Barrett.
 

LA 1639 The King and the Cobler. Burletta, 1 act.

Application Oct. 10, 1810, John Astley, Pavilion.
MS.
 

LA 1640 The Turret Daemon; or, Harlequin and Flora. Recitatives, Songs, Duetts, &c. Comic pantomime, 14 scenes. C. F. Barrett.

Application Oct. 10, 1810, John Astley, Pavilion.
MS: title-page states, written by C F Barrett.
 

LA 1641 Love and Law. Musical farce, 2 acts. John Till Allingham.

Application Nov. 17, 1810, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. (as Transformation; or, Love and Law) Nov. 30.
MS: dated Nov. 23; previous title, Love's Metamorphosis; or, Who Is Who?, deleted.
 

LA 1642 Gustavus Vasa. Play, 3 acts. William Dimond, from The Hero of the North.

Application Nov. 20, 1810, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Nov. 29.
Printed copy of Dimond's Hero of the North [6th ed., 1806?]: dated by Larpent Nov. 26; notice gives title as Gustavus of Sweden, changed to present title; many MS additions and corrections; cast; inserted, A Prefatory Dedication to the Subscribers [this is the dedication of Brooke's Gustavus Vasa (1739), incomplete]. Comp. The Hero of the North, 4th ed., 1803 (K-D 406): alterations, consisting chiefly of condensation and omission of songs; corrections in Kemble's hand, to make the text meet such objections of the Examiner as are suggested by Genest (VIII, 225-26).
J.P.C. in B.D.: It was in fact an alteration of Dimonds Hero of the North-The additions were most likely by J. P. Kemble as he has corrected them in his own hand throughout.
 

LA 1643 The Charioteers; or, The Bacchanalian Festival. Melodramatic spectacle, 1 act.

Application Nov. 21, 1810, John Astley, Pavilion.
MS: prologue, entitled Appropriate Address to the Charioteers.
 

LA 1644 Kongo Kolo; or, The Mandingo Chief. Melodramatic spectacle, 2 acts.

Application Nov. 21, 1810, John Astley, Pavilion (Astley's Amphitheatre). Prod. (as Kongo Kolo; or, Mandingo Warriors) Feb. 28, 1811.
MS.
 

LA 1645 Disappointment; or, Love in Castile. Spanish burletta, 2 acts.

No application. Prod. (as The Disappointments, etc.) Sans Pareil, Dec. 3, 1810.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Sans Pareil, Nov. 28.
 

LA 1646 X Y Z. Farce, 2 acts. George Colman, the Younger.

Application Dec. 3, 1810, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Dec. 11.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 4; numerous passages marked for omission (?), and some alterations; cast. Comp. n.d. (Dev 12mo 34): minor differences.
 

LA 1647 Harlequin's Salutation, Recitations, Songs, Choruses, &c., in. Comic pantomime, 3 scenes.

Application Dec. 8, 1810, John Astley, Pavilion. Prod. Dec. 17 (?).
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 12.
 

LA 1648 The Lowland Romp; or, Madcap. Scotch burletta, 2 acts.

Application undated, John Scott, Sans Pareil. Prod. Dec. 27, 1810.
MS: dated Dec. 11.
 

LA 1649 The Harper's Son and the Duke's Daughter. Melodramatic romance, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. Surrey, Dec. 12, 1810.
Printed copy, 1810.
 

LA 1650 The Magic Bride. Drama, 2 acts. Lumley St. George Skeffington.

Application Dec. 12, 1810, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. Dec. 26.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 15.
 

LA 1651 Harlequin Zambullo; or, The Devil upon Two Sticks. Airs, Choruses, &c. Pantomime, 20 scenes.

Application Dec. 13, 1810, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as Harlequin and Asmodeus; or, Cupid on Crutches) Dec. 26.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 14. Comp. Songs, Chorusses,... in... Harlequin and Asmodeus, etc., 1810 (K-D 440): slight discrepancies; MS contains songs only; description of action is printed.
 

LA 1652 Zaira. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Dec. 19, 1810, William Taylor, H1. Prod. Dec. 26. MS: cast.
See LA 1434 and 1437.
 

LA 1653 Il Principe di Taranto. Heroicomic opera (Italian and English), 2 acts. Additions and alterations by B. Serafino Buonaiuti.

No application. [1810?]
Printed copy, 1810.
See LA 1505 and 1605.
 

LA 1654 The Bee Hive. Musical farce, 2 acts. John Gideon Millingen.

Application Jan. 12, 1811, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. Jan. 19.
MS: Comp. 1811 (K-D 439): some differences.
 

LA 1655 The Peasant Boy; or, Innocence Protected. Operatic drama, 3 acts. William Dimond.

Application Jan. 12, 1812 [1811?], Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. Jan. 31, 1811.
MS: included, Songs Duets &c Not inserted in the Copy of the Opera of The Peasant Boy, dated Jan. 24, and signed by William Powell. Comp. The Peasant Boy, 1811 (K-D 442): slight differences.
 

LA 1656 The Knight of Snowdoun. Dramatic opera, 3 acts. Thomas Morton.

Application Jan. 12, 1811, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Feb. 5.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 12; additional songs inserted. Comp. 1811 (K-D 441): minor differences.
 

LA 1657 The Lady of the Lake. Melodrama, 3 acts. Edmund John Eyre.

No application. Prod. Edinburgh, Jan. 15, 1811.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Edinburgh, Jan. 2. Comp. 1811 (K-D 441): a few differences.
 

LA 1658 Le Tre Sultane; or, The Three Sultans. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. Giuseppi Caravita.

Application Jan. 17, 1811, William Taylor, H1. Prod. Jan. 22.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1659 Hamlet Travestie. Burlesque, 3 acts. John Poole.

No application. Prod. New Theatre, Jan. 24, 1811.
Printed copy, 3d ed., 1811. (Dated Lyceum, Sept. 15, 1812, in B.C.)
 

LA 1660 The Animated Effigy. Burletta, 2 acts. Jane M. Scott.

Application Jan. 28, 1811, John Scott, Sans Pareil.
MS: endorsed Written by J M Scott.
 

LA 1661 La Semiramide. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Feb. 4, 1811, William Taylor, H1. Prod. Feb. 5 (?).
MS: cast.
See LA 1502.
 

LA 1662 The Last Hour; or, Harlequin Victim. Comic pantomime, 1 act.

Application Feb. 4, 1811, John Astley, Pavilion.
MS.
 

LA 1663 Ourselves. Comedy, 5 acts. Marianne Chambers.

Application Feb. 15, 1811, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. Mar. 2.
MS: prologue (by Edmund John Eyre) and epilogue (by Thomas John Dibdin), dated Feb. 25. Comp. 1811 (K-D 442): numerous but generally slight differences.
 

LA 1664 The Green-eyed Monster; or, How to Get Your Money. Musical farce, 2 acts. Isaac Pocock.

Application Feb. 15, 1811, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Oct. 14.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 8.
 

LA 1665 Alfred the Great. Play, 3 acts. Mrs. John Saville Faucit.

Application Feb. 16, 1811, John Clayton Hindes, Norwich. Prod. May, 1811.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 19; numerous and extensive deletions; notice states, for the Benefit of the Author.
 

LA 1666 La Fedra; o sia, Il Ritorno di Teseo. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Feb. 22, 1811, William Taylor, H1. Prod. Feb. 26 (?).
MS: cast.
 

LA 1667 Marmion! or, The Battle of Flodden Field. Romantic opera, 2 acts.

No application. [Norwich, Mar. 24, 1811?]
MS: dated by Larpent; cast.
 

LA 1668 The Gazette Extraordinary. Comedy, 5 acts. Joseph George Holman.

Application Apr. 4, 1811, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Apr. 23.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 4; prologue and epilogue. Comp. 1811 (K-D 440): slight differences.
 

LA 1669 The War-whoop. Opera, 3 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application Apr. 6, 1811, S. J. Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. (as The Americans) Apr. 27.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 12; included, songs, with separate application for license, Apr. 22, signed by William Powell, requesting that title be changed to The Americans.
 

LA 1670 Timour the Tartar. Melodrama, 2 acts. Matthew Gregory Lewis.

Application Apr. 6, 1811, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Apr. 29.
MS: dated by Larpent; notice describes piece as a Musical Afterpiece. Comp. [1811] (K-D 474): virtually identical.
 

LA 1671 Climene. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Apr. 20, 1811, William Taylor, H1. Prod. Apr. 25.
MS: title-page states, for Mme Catalani's benefit; cast.
 

LA 1672 Cosi fan' Tutte; o sia, La Scuola Degli Amanti. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. Lorenzo da Ponte.

Application May 4, 1811, William Taylor, H1. Prod. May 9.
MS: title-page states, for Mme Bertinotti's benefit, and gives author's name; cast.
 

LA 1673 Occasional Address to Be Spoken by Mr. Elliston.

Application May 9, 1811, J. Stokes, H2. Spoken May 15.
MS: notice states, to be spoken at the opening of the theatre on May 15.
 

LA 1674 Where to Find a Friend. Comedy, 5 acts. Richard Leigh.

Application May 11, 1811, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. May 20.
MS: prologue (dated May 19) and epilogue (by William Dowton; dated May 18; signed by William Powell). Comp. 1816 (K-D 526): minor differences; different prologue and epilogue printed.
See LA 1888, which differs slightly, throughout, from this MS.
 

LA 1675 Sidagero. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application May 18, 1811, William Taylor, H1. Prod. May 23 (?).
MS: title-page states, for Tramezzani's benefit; cast.
See LA 1581.
 

LA 1676 The Trial by Jury. Farce, 2 acts. Theodore Edward Hook.

Application May 18, 1811, James Winston, H2. Prod. May 25.
MS: dated by Larpent May 20. Comp. 1811 (K-D 443): slight differences in dialogue; songs printed are not in MS.
 

LA 1677 The Round Robin. Comic opera, 2 acts. Charles Isaac Mungo Dibdin.

Application May 23, 1811, James Winston, H2. Prod. June 21.
MS: dated by Larpent May 27.
 

LA 1678 The Morning Post and Morning Herald. Comic interlude, 1 act. Isaac Pocock.

Application May 25, 1811, J. G. Raymond, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. May 31.
MS: notice signed by Raymond and endorsed by William Powell; previous title, Doctor Bos, deleted.
 

LA 1679 Die Zauber Flote; o sia, Il Flauto Magico. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application June 3, 1811, William Taylor, H1. Prod. June 6.
MS: title-page states, for Naldi's benefit; cast.
 

LA 1680 Any Thing New. Musical farce, 2 acts. Isaac Pocock.

Application June 8, 1811, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. July 1.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), June 15. Comp. 1811 (K-D 439): slight differences throughout.
 

LA 1681 The Royal Oak. Historical play, 3 acts. William Dimond.

No application. Prod. H2, June 10, 1811.
MS: endorsed, by Larpent(?), H2, Apr. 24, 1812 [1811?]. Comp. 1811 (K-D 443): a number of differences, especially in the songs.
 

LA 1682 Elfrida. Opera (Italian), 2 acts. Ranieri de' Calsabigi (?).

Application June 15, 1811, William Taylor, H1. Prod. June 20 (?).
MS: title-page states, for Mme Catalani's benefit; cast.
See LA 1208.
 

LA 1683 The Outside Passenger. Farce, 2 acts. George Brewer (?).

Application June 23, 1811, James Winston, H2. Prod. July 4.
MS: dated by Larpent June 26; title-page and notice give title as Eleven Knots an Hour; or, Pay and Prize Money; new title added by Larpent, on cover; cast.
 

LA 1684 Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick. Burlesque, 2 acts. From The Tailors.

Application July 12, 1811, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. July 18.
Printed copy of Acts I and II of The Tailors, A Tragedy for Warm Weather, [n.d., but prints cast of 1805 performance at the Haymarket]: MS title-page describes the piece as a Grand Tragic Opera-founded on Ancient Dramas & Applied to Modern Events; MS alterations; MS prelude, songs, and concluding scene. Comp. The Tailors (Or Quadrupeds,) A Tragedy for Warm Weather, 1836 (122095): printed portions virtually identical (though a different ed.); alterations not printed.
See LA 269 and 2202.
 

LA 1685 The Quadrupeds of Quedlinburgh; or, The Rovers of Weimar. Romance (burlesque), 2 acts. George Colman, the Younger.

Application July 15, 1811, James Winston, H2. Prod. July 26.
MS: title-page describes piece as A Grand Dress'd Rehearsal of a Tragico-Comico-Anglo-Germanico-Hippodramatico Romance,...; dated by Larpent July 18; prologue, with separate application, July 24, J.(?) Stokes, H2. Comp. The Rovers; or, The Double Arrangement in Anti-Jacobin, (1798), XXI, XXXI (L. Rice-Oxley, Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin, 1924, pp. 127-58): Act I virtually identical, except for interpolated speeches of Author and Manager in MS version; Act II in MS longer and contains scenes not printed; prologue quite different.
 

LA 1686 One o'Clock; [or, The Knight and the Wood Daemon]. Grand musical romance, 3 acts. Matthew Gregory Lewis.

Application July 16, 1811, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Aug. 1.
MS: title-page states, Founded on the Wood Daemon. Comp. [1811] (K-D 442): slight differences in songs; otherwise virtually the same.
See LA 1514 and 1534.
 

LA 1687 The Boarding House. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. Samuel Beazley, Jr.

Application Aug. 12, 1811, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Aug. 26.
MS: dated Aug. 12. Comp. 1811 (K-D 439): several differences.
 

LA 1688 M. P.; [or,] The Blue Stocking. Opera, 3 acts. Thomas Moore.

Application Aug. 22, 1811, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Sept. 9.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 30; numerous corrections and insertions; several passages deleted, by Examiner(?). Comp. 1811 (K-D 441): slight differences.
 

LA 1689 Four in Hand. Farce, 2 acts. Theodore Edward Hook.

Application Sept. 6, 1811, James Winston, H2. Prod. (as Darkness Visible) Sept. 23.
MS: dated by Larpent Sept. 10. Comp. 1811 (K-D 439): notable differences at several points.
 

LA 1690 The Travellers Benighted. Melodrama, 2 acts.

Application Sept. 24, 1811, James Winston, H2. Prod. Sept. 30.
MS: dated Sept. 26.
 

LA 1691 The Day of Tribute. Musical drama, 3 acts. Charles Kemble, from Augustus von Kotzebue.

Application Oct. 3, 1811, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as Kamtchatka; or, The Slave's Tribute) Oct. 16.
MS.
 

LA 1692 The Reasonable Fool. Recitative, Songs, Duetts, Chorusses, &c. Comic burletta, 1 act.

Application Oct. 19, 1811, John Astley, Pavilion. Prod. Dec. 17.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 19.
 

LA 1693 The Perplexed Husband. Comedy, 5 acts. Stephen Clarke.

Application Oct. 21, 1811, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. (as The Kiss; or, The Lawyer Outwitted) Oct. 31.
MS: prologue and epilogue. Comp. 1811 (K-D 473): notable variations in Acts IV and V; first three acts virtually identical.
 

LA 1694 Up to London. Comic opera, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Oct. 28, 1811, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as Up to Town) Nov. 6.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 28. Comp. Songs, Duetts, &c., in Up to Town, [1811] (K-D 473): numerous differences.
 

LA 1695 One Foot by Land and One Foot by Sea; or, The Tartar's Tartar'd! Melodrama, 3 acts. G. Male.

Application Nov. 4, 1811, John Astley, Pavilion.
MS: title-page states, The Address, Songs,... of the Piece written by Mr. Male; included, an Occasional Address For the Opening of the New Olympic Pavilion, 1811; signed at end, G. Male.
 

LA 1696 The Refusal; or, Everybody's Business. Farce, 2 acts.

Application Nov. 9, 1811, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. (as Rejection; or, Everybody's Business) Nov. 20.
MS.
 

LA 1697 The Vizier's Son and the Merchant's Daughter. Comic burletta, 2 acts. Jane M. Scott.

Application Nov. 27, 1811, John Scott, Sans Pareil.
MS: included, note dated Sans Pareil, Nov. 28: Mr. Scots Respects to Mr. Larpent Shall be oblig'd to him to Add to the Title of the Vizier Son and Merchants Daughter-or the Ugly Wooman or Maid of Bagdad.
 

LA 1698 My Uncle. Farce, 2 acts.

Application Dec. 2, 1811, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Not produced(?).
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 30.
 

LA 1699 The White Cat; or, Harlequin in Fairy Wood. Comic pantomime, 1 act.

Application Dec. 17, 1811, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. Dec. 23.
MS: contains songs only.
 

LA 1700 A Receipt for Mirth. Comedy, 5 acts. _____ Burton.

Application Dec. 18, 1811, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. (as Right and Wrong) Jan. 2, 1812.
MS: prologue and epilogue to Right and Wrong. Comp. Right and Wrong, 1812 (K-D 474): slight differences.
 

LA 1701 Harlequin and Padmanaba; or, The Golden Fish. Songs. Pantomime, 18 (?) scenes. Charley Farley (?).

No application. Prod. C.G., Dec. 26, 1811.
MS: songs only; dated, by Larpent, C.G., Dec. 19.
 

LA 1702 The Three Fives; or, The Generous Quaker. Comic burletta, 1 act.

Application Dec. 31, 1811, John Astley, Pavilion. Prod. (as The Three Fives; or, Penny Wise and Pound Foolish) Feb. 13, 1812.
MS: dated Jan. 4.
 

LA 1703 The Virgin of the Sun. Musical drama, 3 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

Application Jan. 1, 1812, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. Jan. 31.
MS: dated Jan., 1812. Comp. 1812 (K-D 474): minor differences.
 

LA 1704 A Melologue.

Application Jan. 10, 1812, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Recited Jan. 11 (?).
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 11; endorsed, by J.P.C., On Spanish Victories.
 

LA 1705 Il Giorno Felice; or, The Happy Day. Seriocomic opera, 2 acts. Jane M. Scott.

Application Jan. 11, 1812, John Scott, Sans Pareil. Prod. Feb. 27.
MS: title-page states, Written by J M Scott.
 

LA 1706 The Tyrant and Parrasite. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. James Kenney.

Application Jan. 25, 1812, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. (as Turn Him Out) Mar. 7.
MS. Comp. Turn Out! 1812 (K-D 474): a number of discrepancies.
 

LA 1707 La Caccia di Enrico IV. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. B. Serafino Buonaiuti.

Application Jan. 28, 1812, William Taylor, H1. Prod. Feb. 1 (?).
MS: endorsed By Signor buonajuti. Con Nuove Alterazioni; cast. See LA 1571.
 

LA 1708 The House of Morville. Play, 5 acts. John Lake.

Application Feb. 8, 1812, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. Feb. 27.
MS: prologue, epilogue, and a song, dated Feb. 19. Comp. 1812 (K-D 473): a number of differences.
 

LA 1709 Adolphus, Count Zelmar. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. Joseph George Holman (?).

Application Feb. 13, 1812, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as Frost and Thaw) Feb. 25.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 15. Comp. Airs, Duets, &c., &c., in... Frost and Thaw, [1812] (K-D 473): minor differences.
 

LA 1710 La Clemenza di Tito. Opera (Italian), 2 acts. Pietro Metastasio.

Application Feb. 18, 1812, William Taylor, H1. Prod. Mar. 3.
MS: author's name given on title; cast.
See LA 1479.
 

LA 1711 Le Donne Cambiate. Burletta (Italian), 1 act. Giuseppi Foppa (?).

Application Apr. 27, [1812,] J P. di Haldan [?], Pantheon (?).
MS: endorsed Two Burlettas, Entitled Le Donne Cambiate & Il Venditore D'Aceto.

Note

Il Venditore D'Aceto is not now in the collection.
Pantheon Theatre 26th February 1812; cast.
 

LA 1712 Ginevra di Scozia. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Apr. 1, [1812,] William Taylor, H1. Prod. Apr. 16, 1812.
MS: produced for Mme Catalani's benefit; cast.
 

LA 1713 The Secret Mine. Melodrama, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin and John Fawcett.

Application Apr. 2, 1812, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. Apr. 24.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 2.
 

LA 1714 Prejudice; or, Modern Sentiment. Comedy, 5 acts. Alicia (Sheridan) Lefanu.

Application Apr. 4, 1812, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. Apr. 11.
MS: a few passages deleted; prologue (dated Apr. 10) and epilogue. Comp. The Sons of Erin; or, Modern Sentiments, 1812 (K-D 474): various minor differences throughout; lines deleted in MS not printed.
 

LA 1715 William Tell; or, The Hero of Switzerland. Musical farce, 2 acts. Henry William Grosett.

No application. [Norwich, Apr. 4, 1812?]
MS: title-page gives name of author, place, and date.
 

LA 1716 The Devil's Bridge; [or, The Piedmontese Alps]. Operatic romance, 3 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application Apr. 27, 1812, S. J. Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. May 6.
MS. Comp. n.d. (Dev 12mo 116): considerable differences.
 

LA 1717 Camilla; o sia, Il Sotterraneo. Seriocomic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Apr. 27, 1812, William Taylor, H1.
MS: title-page states, produced May 12; cast.
See LA 1485.
 

LA 1718 The Twin Sisters; or, A Forgery in Love. Musical drama, 2 acts.

Application May 3, 1812, James Winston, H2.
MS: endorsed, by Larpent, H2, May 13.
 

LA 1719 The Blank Cartridge. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. From Augustus von Kotzebue Blind Geladen.

Application May 9, 1812, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum (D.L. Company). Prod. (as How to Die for Love!) May 21.
MS: dated by Larpent May 13. Comp. How to Die for Love! 1812 (K-D 450): a few slight differences.
 

LA 1720 The Town. Comedy, 5 acts. Robert Francis Jameson.

Application May 14, 1812, John Philip Kemble, C.G. Prod. (as A Touch at the Times) July 6.
MS: dated by Larpent May 15; prologue. Comp. A Touch at the Times, 1812 (K-D 479): a few differences.
 

LA 1721 Maids; or, The Nuns of Glossenbury. Afterpiece, 1 act. James Wild.

Application May 26, [1812,] J. G. Raymond, Lyceum. Not produced. (License refused.)
Printed copy, 1804: MS title-page, dated by Larpent May 28, 1812, and endorsed Licence refused; numerous MS revisions.
 

LA 1722 Le Nozze di Figaro. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. Lorenzo da Ponte.

Application June 1, 1812, William Taylor, H1. Prod. June 18.
MS: dated by Larpent June 10; for the benefit of the Scottish Hospital; cast.
 

LA 1723 Love's Errors; or, The Child of Chance. Comedy, 2 acts. Charles Kemble.

Application June 17, 1812, James Winston, H2. Prod. (as The Child of Chance) July 8.
MS: dated by Larpent June 18; cast.
 

LA 1724 The Highgate Tunnell; [or, The Secret Arch]. Burlesque operatic tragedy, prelude and 2 acts. Lascelles(?) Smith.

Application June 24, 1812, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. July 2.
MS: by Momus Medlar; dated, by Larpent(?), June 24; numerous corrections and insertions. Comp. 1812 (K-D 476): marked differences.
 

LA 1725 Trick for Trick; [or, The Admiral's Daughter]. Musical farce, 2 acts.

No application. Prod. H2, July 2, 1812.
MS: dated, by Larpent, H2, June 6. Comp. 1812 (K-D 479): virtually identical.
 

LA 1726 The East Indian. Opera, 3 acts.

Application July 11, 1812, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum.
MS.
 

LA 1727 Love and Impudence; or, The Fortune Hunters. Comedy, 3 acts. _____ Hewlett.

Application July 15, 1812, James Winston, H2. Prod. (as The Fortune Hunters) July 23.
MS: two passages deleted, by Examiner(?).
 

LA 1728 Jack and Jill; [or, The Clown's Disasters], Songs in. Pantomine. _____ Kirby (?).

Application July 26, 1812, R. E. Chatterly, Lyceum. Prod. July 30.
MS. (Three songs added in separate cover, dated Lyceum, July 18.)
 

LA 1729 The Italian Husband. Play, 3 acts. Edmund John Eyre.

Application Aug. 8, 1812, James Winston, H2. Prod. (as Look at Home) Aug. 15.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 10; numerous corrections, and many passages deleted, by Examiner (?); prologue to Look at Home. Comp. Look at Home, 2d ed., 1814 (K-D 477): numerous and extensive differences.
 

LA 1730 The Privateer. Comic opera, 3 acts. From Richard Cumberland, The Brothers.

Application Aug. 13, 1812, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Aug. 22.
Printed copy of Cumberland's The Brothers [1770?]: rearranged and interleaved with MS additions and corrections, many of the insertions being songs; dated by Larpent Aug. 16.
 

LA 1731 The British Admiral and the Seaman's Son. Comedy, 5 acts.

Application Aug. 26, 1812, John Clayton Hindes, Norwich.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 28; many alterations throughout.
 

LA 1732 Retaliation. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. William Wastell.

Application Sept. 1, 1812, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. (as A West Wind; or, Off for London) Sept. 29.
MS: title inserted, by Larpent (?). Comp. A West Wind; or, Off for London, 1812 (K-D 479): some differences.
 

LA 1733 The Spanish Patriots 1000 Years Ago. Opera, 3 acts. H. B. Code.

Application Sept. 11, 1812, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Sept. 22.
MS: title inserted, by Larpent (?); long passages in last act deleted, by Examiner (?). Comp. Spanish Patriots a Thousand Years Ago, 1812 (K-D 479): slight differences.
 

LA 1734 The Aethiop; or, The Child of the Desart. Drama, 3 acts. William Dimond or Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Sept. 21, 1812, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Oct. 6.
MS: dated by Larpent. Comp. 2d ed., 1813 (K-D 476): chief differences in the songs.
 

LA 1735 Schniederkins. Farce, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Oct. 10, 1812, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Oct. 16.
MS.
 

LA 1736 The Lord of the Manor, New Songs in. Comic opera.

Application Oct. 19, 1812, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Oct. 24.
MS: dated Oct. 20.
See LA 540.
 

LA 1737 Address, [on the Opening of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane]. George Gordon, Lord Byron.

Application Oct. 23, 1812, Thomas John Dibdin, D.L. Spoken Oct. 10.
MS: notice (sent after address had been delivered) states, as spoken by Mr. Elliston.
 

LA 1738 Address to Be Spoken by Mr. Betty.

No application. Spoken, C.G., Nov. 3, 1812 (?).
MS.
 

LA 1739 Love, Law, and Physick. Farce, 2 acts. James Kenney.

Application Nov. 12, 1812, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Nov. 20.
MS: dated by Larpent.
 

LA 1740 Caledonia; or, The Thistle and the Rose. Drama, 3 acts.

Application, n.d., unsigned [Nov. 12, 1812, Henry Siddons, Edinburgh]. Prod. Dec. 23, 1812.
MS: dated and endorsed, by Larpent, Mr. Henry Siddons, Manager; prologue.
 

LA 1741 Asgard the Demon Hunter; or, Le Démon à la Chasse. Burletta spectacle, 1 act. Jane M. Scott.

No application. Prod. Sans Pareil, Nov. 17, 1812.
MS: endorsed, by Larpent, Sans Pareil, Nov. 5.
 

LA 1742 The Renegade. Drama, 3 acts. Frederic Reynolds, from John Dryden, Don Sebastian.

Application Nov. 18, 1812, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Dec. 2.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 20. Comp. 2d ed., 1812 (K-D 478): minor differences, except end of Act III, which is quite different.
 

LA 1743 The Arab, Songs, Recitations, etc., in. Melodramatic spectacle, 1 act.

Application Nov. 18, 1812, John Astley, Pavilion.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 24.
 

LA 1744 The Miser Reformed. Musical prelude, 1 act.

Application Nov. 18, 1812, John Astley, Pavilion.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 24.
 

LA 1745 The Nursery Maid, Mistress; or, The Butler in the Suds. Musical piece, 2 acts.

Application Nov. 20, 1812, John Astley, Pavilion.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 24; previous title, Nursery in an Uproar, erased.
 

LA 1746 Intrigue, Love, Honor, and Obey; or, The Widow. Burletta, 2 acts.

Application Nov. 23, 1812, John Scott, Sans Pareil. Prod. Dec. 1.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 27.
 

LA 1747 Zoa, Songs in. Pantomime (?). Charles Isaac Mungo Dibdin (?).

No application. [Pavilion, Nov. 24, 1812?]
MS: dated by Larpent.
 

LA 1748 The Assignation. Musical farce, 2 acts.

Application Dec. 4, 1812, J. G. Raymond, D.L. Prod. Dec. 12.
MS: dated Dec. 7.
 

LA 1749 Harlequin and the Red Dwarf; or, The Adamant Rock, Songs, etc., in. Pantomime, 18 scenes.

Application Dec. 11, 1812, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS: includes songs and some dialogue.
 

LA 1750 Harlequin and Humpo; or, Columbine by Candlelight. Pantomime, 15 (?) scenes. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Dec. 20, 1812, J. G. Raymond, D.L. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 23.
 

LA 1751 Helga; or, The Rival Minstrels. Tragedy, 5 acts.

No application. [Prod. Edinburgh, 1812?]
MS: endorsed, by Larpent(?), Theatre Royal Edinburgh January 1812; title states, Founded on an Icelandic Saga, or History.
 

LA 1752 The Labyrinth Farm; or, The Fashionable Recluse. Comedy, 5 acts.

No application. [Glasgow, 1812?]
MS: four pages apparently lacking; some corrections; endorsed Agreeable to the Prompters Book, of the Theatre Royal Glasgow, and, by J.P.C.(?), March 4th. 1812.
 

LA 1753 Remorse. Tragedy, 5 acts. Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

Application Jan. 4, 1813, J. G. Raymond, D.L. Prod. Jan. 23.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 5. Comp. 2d ed., 1813 (K-D 478): numerous differences.
 

LA 1754 The Students of Salamanca. Comedy, 5 acts. Robert Francis Jameson.

Application Jan. 11, 1813, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Jan. 23.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 12; prologue. Comp. 1813 (K-D 479): slight differences.
 

LA 1755 Il Furbo contro il Furbo. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Jan. 16, 1813, William Jewell, H1.
MS: cast.
See LA 1542.
 

LA 1756 The Siege of Sarragossa; or, Spanish Patriots in 1808. [The Siege of Burgos(?).] Opera, 2 acts. [George Bennett?]

Application Jan. 18, 1813, John Clayton Hindes, Norwich.
MS: inserted, note, Feb. 1, John Clayton Hindes to Examiner: I communicated yours, to the Author of the 'Siege of Burgos'-he immediately Expung'd the Objectionable passage, & begs leave to Substitute the following....it is intended for his Benefit; last page of MS signed G Bennett.
 

LA 1757 The Forest Knight. Burletta, 2 acts.

Application Jan. 26, 1813, John Scott, Sans Pareil. Prod. (as The Forest Knight; or, The King Bewildered) Feb. 4.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 30.
 

LA 1758 The Absent Apothecary. Farce, 2 acts. James and Horace Smith.

Application Feb. 4, 1813, Samuel James Arnold, D.L. Prod. Feb. 10.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 5; numerous corrections.
 

LA 1759 Fair Rosamond. Drama, 2 acts. John Saville Faucit (?).

No application; endorsed J. Faucit Theatre Royal Norwich - 1813.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Norwich, Feb. 12, 1813.
 

LA 1760 At Home. Farce, 2 acts. Henry Bate [Bate Dudley] (?).

Application Feb. 18, 1813, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Feb. 25.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 20.
 

LA 1761 Boadicea. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Mar. 1, 1813, William Jewell, H1. Prod. Mar. 23.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1762 Education. Comedy, 5 acts. Thomas Morton.

Application Mar. 19, 1813, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Apr. 27.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 20. Comp. 1813 (K-D 524): slight differences.
 

LA 1763 L'Eroina di Rab [Raab]. Opera, 2 acts.

Application Mar. 22, 1813, William Jewell, H1. Prod. Apr. 8.
MS: for Mme Catalani's benefit; cast.
 

LA 1764 Love's Perils; or, The Hermit of St. Kilda. Melodrama, 3 acts.

Application Mar. 30, 1813, D. Grove, Pavilion.
MS.
 

LA 1765 Woman and Philosophy. Comedy, 5 acts.

Application, n.d., unsigned, Edinburgh. Prod. Apr. 3, 1813.
MS: dated Jan. 20; previous title, Philosophy, changed to Woman and Philosophy.
 

LA 1766 Aladdin; or, The Wonderful Lamp. Melodramatic romance, 2 acts. [Charles Farley?]

Application Apr. 3, 1813, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Apr. 19.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 5. Comp. [1836] (Dev 12mo 76): many differences.
 

LA 1767 The Curtain Lecture. Comedy, 5 acts. C. Clarke.

Application Apr. 7, 1813, Samuel James Arnold, D.L. Prod. (as Recrimination; or, A Curtain Lecture) Apr. 22.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Apr. 9; numerous corrections.
 

LA 1768 The Russian. Melodrama, 2 acts. T. Sheridan.

Application Apr. 7, 1813, Samuel James Arnold, D.L. Prod. May 13.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 9.
 

LA 1769 Blood Will Have Blood! Melodramtic spectacle burletta, 3 acts.

Application Apr. 17, 1813, D. Grove, Pavilion.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 18.
 

LA 1770 La Dama Soldato. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application Apr. 22, 1813, William Jewell, H1. Prod. May 13.
MS: cast.
See LA 1817.
 

LA 1771 The Brazen Bust. Melodrama, 2 acts. Charles Kemble.

Application May 21, 1813, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. May 29.
MS: dated by Larpent May 22.
 

LA 1772 Hyde Park in an Uproar; or, The Don Cossack in London. Dramatic sketch, 1 act. Edmund John Eyre.

Application June 3, 1813, Samuel James Arnold, D.L. Prod. June 17.
MS: title-page states, by Mum-Dump, Esq.
 

LA 1773 Lose No Time. Comedy, 3 acts. Lumley St. George Skeffington.

Application June 7, 1813, J. G. Raymond, D.L. Prod. June 11.
MS: dated by Larpent June 5.
 

LA 1774 The Hole in the Wall. Farce, 2 acts. John Poole.

Application June 10, 1813, J. G. Raymond, D.L. Prod. June 23.
MS: dated by Larpent June 11. Comp. 1813 (K-D 476): minor differences.
 

LA 1775 Harry Le Roy. Burletta, 1 act. Isaac Pocock.

Application June 22, 1813, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. July 2.
MS: cover states, founded on Dodsley, King, and the Miller of Mansfield; dated by Larpent June 22; some revision of text; cast.
 

LA 1776 Fingal; or, Erin Delivered. Dramatic poem (Italian), 2 pts.

Application July 3, 1813, William Jewell, H1.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1777 Flat and Sharp. Farce, 2 acts. Dennis Lawler.

Application July 23, 1813, J. G. Raymond, Lyceum. Prod. (as Sharp and Flat) Aug. 4.
MS. Comp. Sharp and Flat, 1813 (K-D 478): several differences; some scenes in MS not printed.
 

LA 1778 The Waltz. Opera, 3 acts. Samuel James Arnold (?), from William Wycherley, The Gentleman Dancing Master.

Application Aug. 7, 1813, S. J. Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Aug. 19.
MS.
 

LA 1779 The Non-Descript. Farce, 2 acts. _____ Hewlings.

Application Sept. 20, 1813, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Oct. 5.

Note

Not entirely performed. See Preface to printed text, ed. cit.
MS: dated Sept. 22. Comp. 1813 (K-D 477): a few differences.
 

LA 1780 Godolphin, the Lion of the North. Operatic drama, 3 acts. Benjamin Thompson.

Application Sept. 28, 1813, Samuel James Arnold, D.L. Prod. Oct. 12.
MS: much revised; cast.
 

LA 1781 The Bohemian Miller. Melodrama, 2 acts. Isaac Pocock.

Application Oct. 12, 1813, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. (as The Miller and His Men) Oct. 21.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 14. Comp. 2d ed., 1813 (K-D 477): slight differences.
 

LA 1782 First Impressions; [or, Trade in the West]. Comedy, 5 acts. Horace Smith.

Application Oct. 23, 1813, J. G. Raymond, D.L. Prod. Oct. 30.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 25; numerous corrections and additions. Comp. 1813 (Dev 8vo 65): many differences.
 

LA 1783 The Invisible Bridegroom. Farce, 2 acts. Robert Francis Jameson (?).

Application Oct. 29, 1813, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Nov. 10.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 30.
 

LA 1784 The Outcast; or, The Hollow Tree. Burletta, 3 acts.

No application. Prod. (as Raykisnah the Outcast) Sans Pareil, Nov. 22, 1813.
MS: dated Sans Pareil, Nov. 6.
 

LA 1785 Who's to Have Her? Musical farce, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Nov. 13, 1813, J. G. Raymond, D.L. Prod. Nov. 22.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 15. Comp. 1813 (K-D 479): numerous slight differences.
 

LA 1786 Illusion; or, The Trances of Nourjahad. Oriental romance, 3 acts.

Application Nov. 13, 1813, J. G. Raymond, D.L. Prod. Nov. 25.
MS: title states, Founded on a Persian Tale...by Mrs. Sheridan; dated by Larpent Nov. 15; numerous deletions, and some marginal notations. Comp. 1813 (K-D 476): differs considerably in Act III; some slight differences throughout.
 

LA 1787 Fair Game; or, The First of October. Farce, 2 acts. Henry Bate [Bate Dudley].

Application Dec. 3, 1813, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Dec. 21.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 5.
 

LA 1788 Orange Boven; or, More Good News. Comic divertisement, 1 act. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Dec. 4, 1813, J. G. Raymond, D.L. Prod. Dec. 10.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 6.
 

LA 1789 For England Ho! Dramatic opera, 2 acts. Isaac Pocock.

Application Dec. 8, 1813, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Dec. 15.
MS: dated by Larpent. Comp. 1814 (K-D 476): great differences in songs; slight differences otherwise.
 

LA 1790 Harlequin Harmonist; or, A Trip to Japan. Pantomime, 17 scenes. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Dec. 13, 1813, Samuel James Arnold, D.L. Prod. (as Harlequin Harper; or, A Jump from Japan) Dec. 27.
MS.
 

LA 1791 Harlequin and the Swans; or, The Bath of Beauty. Pantomime, 17 scenes. [Charles Farley?]

Application Dec. 15, 1813, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Dec. 27.
MS: dated by Larpent.
 

LA 1792 The Holidays; or, Just Broke Up. Interlude, 1 act. [Edmond John Eyre?]

No application; endorsed, Olympic or Pavilion Theatre, Dec. 16, 1813.
MS: title-page states, by E.J.E.; cast.
 

LA 1793 The Russian Village. Comic opera, 3 acts. Charles Armitage Brown.

Application Dec. 20, 1813, Samuel James Arnold, D.L. Prod. (as Narensky; or, The Road to Yaroslaf) Jan. 11, 1814.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 21, 1813. Comp. Narensky; or, The Road to Yaroslaf, 1814 (K-D 477): numerous differences.
 

LA 1794 The Farmer's Wife. Comic opera, 3 acts. Charles Isaac Mungo Dibdin.

Application Dec. 30, 1813, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Feb. 1, 1814.
MS: dated by Larpent. Comp. Airs, Duets,...in...The Farmer's Wife, 1814 (K-D 628): slight differences.
 

LA 1795 Friendship, Love, and Duty; or, The Prussian Soldiers. Comedy, 5 acts.

Application, n.d. [1813?], unsigned, Edinburgh.
MS: prologue (dated Nov. 18, 1813, and signed W. A. Downs) and epilogue. (Latter dated Nov. 29, 1813, in B.C.)
 

LA 1796 The Rash Marriage. Tragedy, 5 acts. John Pinkerton.

Application, n.d. [1813?], unsigned, Edinburgh.
MS: endorsed, by Larpent, Edinburgh, Mar., 1813; application states, written by Mr Pinkerton; prologue(?).
 

LA 1797 The False Friend; or, Assassin of the Rocks. Melodramatic ballet, 9 scenes. James C. Cross.

Application Jan. 10, 1814, Mr. [S. T.] Russell, Olympic. Prod. Jan. 17 (?).
Printed copy, excerpt from Cross, Circusiana, 1809: dated, by Larpent, Olympic, Jan. 11.
 

LA 1798 Broad Grins; or, Whackham and Windham, the Wrangling Lawyers. Burletta, 2 acts. Jane M. Scott.

Application Jan. 14, 1813 [1814?], John Scott, Sans Pareil. Prod. (as Whackham and Windham; or, The Wrangling Lawyers) Jan. 25, 1814.
MS: dated Jan. 14, 1814.
 

LA 1799 The Earls of Hammersmith; or, Infant Maturity. Burlesque, 1 act. John Poole and Dennis Lawler.

No application. Prod. Olympic, Jan. 17, 1814 (previously, Surrey, Oct. 1, 1811).
MS: many corrections; prologue. Comp. The Earls of Hammersmith; or, The Cellar Spectre, n.d. (Dev 12mo 71): a few differences.
 

LA 1800 Rogues All! or, Three Generations. Farce, 2 acts.

Application Jan. 22, 1814, Samuel James Arnold, D.L. Prod. Feb. 5.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 24.
 

LA 1801 The Wandering Boys; or, The Castle of Olival. Drama, 2 acts. John Kerr (?), from Pixérécourt, Le pélerin blanc.

Application Feb. 11, 1814, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Feb. 24.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 11. Comp. John Kerr, The Wandering Boys (3-act version) (Dev 12mo 41): numerous slight differences; last scene of MS and Act III of printed text differ considerably in detail.
 

LA 1802 The Woodman's Hut. Melodrama, 3 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application Feb. 16 (?), 1814, S. J. Arnold, D.L. Prod. Apr. 12.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 17. Comp. 1814 (K-D 551): numerous small differences; songs printed not in MS.
 

LA 1803 Ina of Sigiswold. Tragedy, 5 acts. Mrs. Barbarina (Ogle) Wilmot (afterward Brand, Baroness Dacre).

Application Feb. 18, 1814, Samuel James Arnold, D.L. Prod. (as Ina) Apr. 22, 1815.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 23, 1814; two variant copies of prologue (by William Lamb; one with separate application, Mar. 1) and epilogue (by Thomas Moore). Comp. Ina, 1815 (K-D 523): slight differences.
J.P.C. in B.D.: It was acted and damned at Drury Lane-Hon W Lamb wrote the Prol: & Moore the Epilogue.
 

LA 1804 The Inscription. Burletta, 2 acts. Jane M. Scott.

Application Mar. 21, 1814, John Scott, Sans Pareil. Prod. Feb. 28.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Feb. 26; endorsed Written by Miss Jane Scott Feby 21. 1814.
 

LA 1805 The City Rivals. Comedy, 5 acts. James Kenney.

Application Mar. 4, 1814, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. (as Debtor and Creditor) Apr. 20.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 4; prologue and epilogue to Debtor and Creditor. Comp. Debtor and Creditor, 1814 (K-D 476): slight differences.
 

LA 1806 Zulieman; or, Wives Incog. Opera, 3 acts.

No application. Prod. Bath, Mar. 12, 1814.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Bath, Mar. 4.
 

LA 1807 Sadak and Kalasrade; or, The Waters of Oblivion. Drama, 2 acts.

Application Mar. 23, 1814, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Apr. 1.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 25.
 

LA 1808 Gulliver among the Lilliputians. Burletta, 1 act.

No application. [Olympic, Mar. 26, 1814.]
MS: dated by Larpent, and endorsed From S. T. Russell. Olympic Theatre.
 

LA 1809 Intrigue. Interlude, 1 act. John Poole.

Application Apr. 1, 1814, Samuel James Arnold, D.L. Prod. Apr. 26.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 2. Comp. 1814 (K-D 476): a few slight differences.
 

LA 1810 A Hymn...In Commemoration of the Late Glorious Events. _____ Buonavoglia.

No application. Sung H1, Apr. 19, 1814.
Printed copy (one page): states, sung at the King's Theatre, April 19, 1814.
 

LA 1811 The Opening Night; or, The Manager Hoax'd. Farce (prelude), 1 act.

No application. [Liverpool, May 3, 1814?]
MS: dated by Larpent; a number of passages marked, for omission(?); included, An Address.
 

LA 1812 Il Matrimonio Segreto. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. Giovanni Bertati (?).

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. May 10, 1814 (?).
MS: cast.
See LA 1005.
 

LA 1813 Tricking Fair in Love. Farce, 2 acts. Baron Langsdorff (?).

No application. Prod. C.G., May 26, 1814.
MS: endorsed, by Larpent, May 19.
 

LA 1814 Adolfo e Clara; or, The Two Prisoner[s]. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1.
MS: title-page states, for representation on May 26, 1814, for Naldi's benefit; cast.
 

LA 1815 Broad, but Not Long; or, The First Night of a New Piece. Interlude, 1 act.

Application June 1, 1814, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. June 15.
MS: dated by Larpent June 1.
 

LA 1816 The Elopement Extraordinary. Musical farce, 2 acts.

Application June 3, 1814, J. G. Raymond, D.L. Prod. (as Fair Cheating; or, The Wise Ones Outwitted) June 15.
MS: one name in cast given.
 

LA 1817 La Dama Soldato; or, The Lady Soldier. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1.
MS: title-page states, for production June 4 [May 21 deleted], 1814; cast [for previous performance? (same as for LA 1770, q.v.)].
 

LA 1818 Aristodemo. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1.
MS: title-page states, for Trammezzani's benefit, June 9, 1814; dated by Larpent June 9; cast.
 

LA 1819 Didone Abbandonata. Opera (Italian), 2 acts. Pietro Metastasio (?).

Application undated, Michael Kelly, H1. Prod. July 7, 1814.
MS: title-page states, for Mme Grassini's benefit, July 7; cast.
 

LA 1820 Come and See. Afterpiece, 2 acts. Baron Langsdorff.

Application July 11, 1814, James Winston, H2. Prod. July 18.
MS: dated by Larpent July 12.
 

LA 1821 Frederick the Great; [or, The Heart of a Soldier]. Opera, 3 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application July 18, 1814, S. J. Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Aug. 4.
MS.
 

LA 1822 Doctor Hocus Pocus; or, Harlequin Wash'd White. Pantomime, 2 acts. George Colman, the Younger.

Application Aug. 1, 1814, James Winston, H2. Prod. Aug. 12.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 2.
 

LA 1823 Turns and Returns. Comedy, 3 acts. Robert Francis Jameson.

Application Aug. 8, 1814, James Winston, H2. Prod. (as Love and Gout; or, Arrivals and Marriages) Aug. 23.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 9.
 

LA 1824 Harlequin Hoax; or, A Pantomime Proposed. Comic extravaganza, 8 scenes. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application undated, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Aug. 16, 1814 (?).
MS: incomplete(?); dated by Larpent Aug. 9, 1814; included, dated by Larpent Aug. 12, are Alterations to the Pantomime of Harlequin Hoax, with separate application, for representation on Aug. 16, signed by R. E. Chatterley. Comp. 1814 (K-D 476): notable differences.
 

LA 1825 The Saracen's Head; [or, Not at Home]. Comic sketch (interlude), 1 act.

Application Sept. 1, 1814, James Winston, H2. Prod. Sept. 10.
MS: dated by Larpent Sept. 2.
 

LA 1826 Murder Will Out; or, The Dog of Montargis. Melodrama, 3 acts. William Barrymore, from Pixérécourt.

Application Sept. 17, 1814, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. (as The Dog of Montargis; or, The Forest of Bondy) Sept. 30.
MS: dated by Larpent Sept. 19. Comp. The Forest of Bondy; or, The Dog of Montargis, n.d. (Dev. 12mo 29): slight differences; Act II, Scenes 1-4, in printed play, not in MS.
 

LA 1827 Occasional Address for the Opening of Drury Lane Theatre.

Application undated, Samuel James Arnold, D.L. Spoken Sept. 20, 1814.
MS.
 

LA 1828 Thus Runs the World Away. Comedy, 5 acts. Henry Siddons.

Application Oct. 3, 1814, J. G. Raymond, D.L. Prod. (as Policy; or, Thus Runs the World Away) Oct. 15.
MS: partial cast.
 

LA 1829 Jean de Paris. Farce, 2 acts. Samuel James Arnold, from St. Just.

Application Oct. 22, 1814, S. J. Arnold, D.L. Prod. Nov. 1.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 24; title-page states, ...taken from the French.
 

LA 1830 John of Paris. Comic opera, 2 acts. Isaac Pocock, from St. Just.

Application Oct. 29, 1814, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Nov. 12.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 29. Comp. 1814 (K-D 477): slight differences.
 

LA 1831 The Hoaxer; or, Vive la Bagatelle. Opera, 1 act.

No application. [Norwich, Nov. 5, 1814?]
MS: dated by Larpent.
 

LA 1832 Lawyers and Clients; or, Love Suits. Comedy, 3 acts.

Application Nov. 8, 1814, unsigned, Edinburgh. Prod. (as Lawyers and Their Clients) Jan. 4, 1815.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 19, 1814; two previous titles erased; corrections and additions; prologue.
 

LA 1833 The Ninth Statue; [or, The Irishman in Bagdad]. Melodramatic romance, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Nov. 14, 1814, Samuel James Arnold, D.L. Prod. Nov. 29.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 17. Comp. 1814 (K-D 504): considerable discrepancies.
 

LA 1834 The King and the Duke; or, Which Is Which. Petite drama, 2 acts. Robert Francis Jameson (?).

Application Nov. 28, 1814, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Dec. 6.
MS.
 

LA 1835 Harlequin Whittington; or, Lord Mayor of London. Songs and Recitative. Pantomime, 17(?) scenes.

Application Dec. 9, 1814, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 10; songs and recitative only.
 

LA 1836 Eccentricities; or, The Mistakes of Madrid; or, The Witch of the Village. Burletta, 2 acts.

Application Dec. 16, 1814, John Scott, Sans Pareil. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 19.
 

LA 1837 The Valley of Diamonds; or, Harlequin Sinbad. Pantomime, 18 scenes. Thomas John Dibdin and _____ Kirby.

Application Dec. 16, 1814, J. G. Raymond, D.L. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 19. Comp. 1814 (K-D 509): differs considerably.
 

LA 1838 Brother and Sister. Opera, 2 acts. William Dimond.

Application Dec. 21, 1814, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Feb. 1, 1815.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 19; a number of corrections. Comp. 1829 (Dev 8vo 2): virtually identical, except for songs, which differ considerably.
 

LA 1839 The Step Mother; or, Fraternal Friendship. Tragedy, 5 acts.

No application. Prod. Edinburgh, 1814 (?).
MS: endorsed, by Larpent(?), Edinburgh, Feb. 11, 1814; notice to Mr. Murray, directing him to secure from Lord Chamberlain's office permission to perform, and stating that the source of the story is the History of the Ottoman Empire; prologue.
 

LA 1840 Tag in Tribulation. [Altered.] Interlude, 1 act. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. Surrey, 1814.
MS: title-page states, by T. Dibdin...Alter'd in Verse for the Surry Theatre; much corrected; cast.
See LA 1252.
 

LA 1841 My Uncle's House; or, The Bull and the Magpie. Burletta, 3 acts.

No application; title-page signed, D Grove Acting Manager, Olympic. Prod. Jan. 2, 1815.
MS: dated, Olympic, Dec. 19, 1814.
 

LA 1842 Adelasia è Aleramo. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

No application; title-page dated Jan. 7, 1815, and signed D: Waters: Manager, H1. Prod. Jan. 10.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1843 L'Orgoglio Avvilito. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

No application; title-page dated Jan. 27, 1815, and signed D. Waters, H1. Prod. Feb. 7.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1844 Broad Grins; or, Harlequin Mag and Harlequin Tag [Fag]. Pantomime, 11 scenes.

No application. Prod. Olympic, Feb. 7, 1815.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Olympic, Feb. 1; partial cast.
 

LA 1845 Poor Relations. Musical farce, 2 acts.

Application Feb. 9, 1815, W.(?) Raymond, D.L. Prod. Feb. 25.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Feb. 11.
 

LA 1846 The Beacon. Musical drama, 2 acts. Joanna Baillie.

Application undated, unsigned, Edinburgh.
Printed copy, from A Series of Plays, 1812: dated, by Larpent, Edinburgh, Feb. 9, 1815.
 

LA 1847 The Summer House. Burletta, 1 act.

No application.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Sans Pereil, Feb. 13, 1815.
 

LA 1848 I Riti d'Efeso. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

No application; title-page signed D: Waters:, H1. Prod. Mar. 7, 1815.
MS: dated Feb. 18; cast.
 

LA 1849 The Cat of Kilkenny; or, The Forest of Blarney. Burlesque, 1 act.

No application; endorsed D. Grove, Acting Manager, Olympic. [Feb., 1815.]
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 18.
 

LA 1850 The Lord of the Isles. Melodrama, 2 pts. From Walter Scott's Poems.

No application; cover endorsed D. Grove, Acting Manager, Olympic. Prod. Feb. 27, 1815.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 18; cast.
 

LA 1851 The Wild Indian Girl. Comedy, 3 acts.

Application, n.d., unsigned, Edinburgh. Prod. Mar. 1, 1815.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 9.
 

LA 1852 Past Ten o'Clock and a Rainy Night. Farce, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Mar. 3, 1815, J. G. Raymond, D.L. Prod. Mar. 11.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 4; much corrected. Comp. 1815 (K-D 503): numerous slight differences.
 

LA 1853 The State Tower; or, The Unknown Guest. Opera, 3 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application Mar. 7, 1815, Samuel James Arnold, D.L. Prod. (as The Unknown Guest) Mar. 29.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 8.
 

LA 1854 Zembuca; or, The Net-Maker and His Wife. Melodramatic romance, 2 acts. Isaac Pocock.

Application Mar. 11, 1815, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Mar. 27.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 13. Comp. 1815 (K-D 502): slight differences.
 

LA 1855 The Island of Darkness; or, The Black Enchanter. Melodramatic burletta, 2 acts.

Application Mar. 13, 1815, D. Grove, Olympic. Prod. Mar. 18 (?).
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 13; notice dated Mar. 14.
 

LA 1856 Love in Limbo. Farce, 2 acts. John Gideon Millingen (?).

Application Mar. 17, 1815, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. Mar. 31.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 18; many slight corrections; cast.
 

LA 1857 John Gilpin. Farce, 2 acts.

No application; title-page dated Norwich, Mar. 18, 1815.
MS.
See LA 1968 (there are minor differences).
 

LA 1858 The Pilgrim. Opera, 3 acts. From Beaumont and Fletcher.

Application Mar. 25, 1815, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. (as The Noble Outlaw) Apr. 7.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 26.
 

LA 1859 The Rebellion; or, Norwich in 1549. Drama, 2 acts. George Percival Bromley.

No application. Prod. Norwich, Apr. 17, 1815.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Norwich, Apr. 10; author's name on title-page. Comp. Norwich, [1815] (Dev 8vo 61): numerous differences; printed in three acts.
 

LA 1860 The Fortune of War. Farce, 2 acts. James Kenney.

Application May 1, 1815, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. May 17.
MS: dated by Larpent.
 

LA 1861 Il Consiglio Imprudente. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

No application; title-page dated May 1, 1815, and signed D: Waters: Manager, H1. Prod. May 9.
MS: cast.
See LA 1147, a reduced version of this opera.
 

LA 1862 The Cady. Farce, 2 acts.

Application May 19, 1815, Samuel James Arnold, D.L. Prod. (as Honesty Is the Best Policy) May 31.
MS: dated by Larpent May 21; inserted, a note, May 29, from J. Stokes, indicating change in title.
 

LA 1863 Telemachus. Opera, 2 acts.

Application May 24, 1815, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. June 7.
MS: dated by Larpent May 25.
 

LA 1864 Charles the Bold. Melodrama, 3 acts. Samuel James Arnold (?).

Application June 1, 1815, S. J. Arnold, D.L. Prod. June 15.
MS: dated by Larpent June 3.
 

LA 1865 Barsene, Regina di Lidia. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

No application; signed D: Waters:, H1. Prod. June 3, 1815.
MS: performed for Mme Sessi's benefit; cast.
 

LA 1866 Reformation. Interlude, 1 act. _____ Pulham (?).

Application June 16, 1815, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. June 28.
MS: dated by Larpent July [June?] 19. Comp. 1815 (K-D 521): virtually identical.
 

LA 1867 Day and Night. Farce, 2 acts.

No application.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Edinburgh, June 7, 1815.
 

LA 1868 The Virgin of the Sun. Drama, 5 acts. From Augustus von Kotzebue.

Application June 13, 1815, John Clayton Hindes, Norwich.
MS: title-page endorsed Approved AML [Anna Margaretta Larpent?] and dated by Larpent June 12. Comp. translation by Anne Plumptre, 1799 (K-D 348): MS a very much condensed version, probably of this translation.
 

LA 1869 I Selvaggi. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

Title-page dated June 16, 1815, and signed D: Waters: Manager, H1. Prod. June 27.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1870 Love's Resurrection; or, The Two Doctor Hobbs's. Farce, 2 acts.

Application June 16, 1815, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. (as The Two Dr. Hobbs's) July 1.
MS: dated by Larpent June 19.
 

LA 1871 Il Trionfo di Cesare sopra i Galli. Cantata (Italian).

No application; title-page dated July 6, 1815, signed D: Waters: Manager, H1.
MS: title-page states: as Represented at the Kings Theatre in Honor of the signal Victory, gain'd over the French, at Waterloo, on the 18th. June, 1815, by the Duke of Wellington.
 

LA 1872 My Wife! What Wife? Comedy, 3 acts. Eaton Stannard Barrett.

Application July 13, 1815, James Winston, H2. Prod. July 25.
MS: dated by Larpent July 17. Comp. 1815 (K-D 500): numerous slight differences.
 

LA 1873 Living in London. Comedy, 3 acts. Robert Francis Jameson.

Application July 26, 1815, James Winston, H2. Prod. Aug. 5.
MS: dated by Larpent July 29. Comp. 1815 (K-D 500): great difference in order of scenes of Act I; slight differences otherwise.
 

LA 1874 My Aunt. Musical farce, 2 acts.

Application undated, J. G. Raymond, Lyceum. Prod. Aug. 1, 1815.
MS: dated July 25.
 

LA 1875 A Chip o' th' Old Block; [or, The Village Festival]. Musical piece, 2 acts. Edward P. Knight.

Application Aug. 12, 1815, James Winston, H2. Prod. Aug. 22.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 15; previous title, The Illuminated Village (?), erased. Comp. 1815 (K-D 503): numerous and extensive differences.
 

LA 1876 The Maid and the Magpie; or, Which Is the Thief. Historical melodrama, 2 acts. Samuel James Arnold, from L. C. Caigniez, La pie voleuse.

Application Aug. 21, 1815, S. J. Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Aug. 28.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 24, and endorsed Translated from the French.
 

LA 1877 The Daughter; or, The Triumph of Innocence. Melodrama, 3 acts. Isaac Pocock, from L. C. Caigniez, La pie voleuse.

Application Sept. 6, 1815, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. (as The Magpie or the Maid?) Sept. 15.
MS: dated by Larpent Sept. 7. Comp. The Magpie or the Maid?, 1815 (K-D 507): slight differences.
 

LA 1878 The Magpiè. Melodramatic entertainment, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin, from L. C. Caigniez, La pie voleuse.

No application; title-page endorsed Sept. 3, 1815, by Alexander Rae and T. J. Dibdin, D.L. Prod. Sept. 12, 1815.
MS: various titles, all erased except The Magpie. Comp. 1820 (K-D 507): first two acts differ slightly; last act in MS contains a number of scenes not printed.
 

LA 1879 True Satisfaction; or, The Borders of the Ukraine. [The Signal; or, True Satisfaction (?).] Afterpiece, 2 acts.

Application Sept. 27, 1815, Thomas John Dibdin, D.L. Announced Oct., but withdrawn.
MS: dated by Larpent Sept. 29.
 

LA 1880 Writing a Farce. Farce, 2 acts. Isaac Pocock.

Application Sept. 29, 1815, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. (as The Farce Writer) Oct. 5.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 3.
 

LA 1881 John du Bart; or, The Voyage to Poland. Melodrama, 3 acts. Isaac Pocock.

Application Oct. 17, 1815, Thomas harris, C.G. Prod. Oct. 25.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 19.
 

LA 1882 The Conjurer; or, Blaise in Amaze. Burletta, 2 acts.

Application Oct. 18, 1815, John Scott, Sans Pareil. Prod. Oct. 30.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Oct. 20.
 

LA 1883 Another Maid and Another Magpie. Burletta, 2 acts.

Application Oct. 18, 1815, James Winston, Olympic. Prod. Nov. 3.
MS.
 

LA 1884 Twenty Per Cent; or, My Father. Farce, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Oct. 19, 1815, T. J. Dibdin, D.L. Prod. Nov. 2.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 26; much revised.
 

LA 1885 Who Is Who; or, The Double Imposture. Farce, 2 acts. John Poole.

Application Nov. 7, 1815, Thomas John Dibdin, D.L. Prod. (as Who's Who, etc.) Nov. 15.
MS. Comp. 1816 (K-D 526): only slight differences.
 

LA 1886 What's a Man of Fashion? or, A Match against Time. Farce, 2 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

Application Nov. 8, 1815, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Nov. 27.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 9. Comp. 1815 (K-D 501): only slight differences.
 

LA 1887 The Man and the Monkey; or, Who Stole the Partridge. Burletta, 1 act. _____ Marsh (?).

Application Nov. 10 and 15, 1815, James Winston, Olympic. Prod. Nov. 24.
MS: application mentions Mr. Marsh (the author?).
 

LA 1888 Where to Find a Friend. Comedy, 5 acts. Richard Leigh.

Application Nov. 15, 1815, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. Nov. 23.
MS. Comp. 1816 (K-D 526): minor differences throughout.
See LA 1674.
 

LA 1889 The Law-sutt. Comedy, 5 acts. Marie Thérèse (De Camp) Kemble.

Application Nov. 27, 1815, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. (as Smiles and Tears; or, The Widow's Stratagem) Dec. 12.
MS: dated by Larpent. Comp. Smiles and Tears, 1815 (K-D 500): a few differences.
 

LA 1890 My Spouse and I. Musical farce, 2 acts. Charles Isaac Mungo Dibdin.

Application Nov. 28, 1815, Thomas John Dibdin, D.L. Prod. Dec. 7.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov., 1815. Comp. 1815 (K-D 504): numerous brief passages of dialogue in MS not printed; some discrepancies in songs.
 

LA 1891 Bobinet the Bandit; or, The Forest of Montescarpini. Melodrama, 2 acts.

Application Nov. 29, 1815, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Dec. 4.
MS: dated by Larpent.
 

LA 1892 The Middle Dish; or, Too Curious by Half. Burletta, 2 acts.

Application Dec. 5, 1815, James Winston, Olympic.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 7; title on cover altered from Too Curious! or The Strangers in Turkey; many alterations indicated.
 

LA 1893 Harlequin and Fortunio; or, The Treasures of China. Pantomime, 17 scenes.

Application Dec. 11, 1815, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. (as Harlequin and Fortunio; or, Shing-Moo and Thun-Ton) Dec. 26.
MS: dated by Larpent. Comp. 1815 (K-D 509): a few differences; printed version contains directions for pantomime.
 

LA 1894 The Diamond Arrow; or, The Postmaster's Wife and Mayor's Daughter. Dramatic anecdote, 1 act. William Thomas Moncrieff.

Application Dec. 12, 1815, James Winston, Olympic. Prod. Dec. 18.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 14. Comp. 1816 (K-D 506): slight differences.
 

LA 1895 The Merchant of Bruges; or, Beggar's Bush, Address and Epilogue to. Address by J. C. Hobhouse; epilogue by Douglas James William Kinnaird.

No application. Prod. D.L., Dec. 14, 1815.
MS: address headed Address to Beaumonts' & Fletcher's Play of The Beggar's Bush, and dated D.L., Dec., 1815. Comp. Kinnaird's Merchant of Bruges, 1815 (69817): both address and epilogue printed in this edition.
 

LA 1896 Harlequin and Fancy; or, The Poet's Last Shilling. Pantomime, 21 scenes. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Dec. 17, 1815, T. J. Dibdin, D.L. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS: title changed from Harlequin's Last Shilling.
 

LA 1897 Harlequin's Hour Glass; or, Time Works Wonders, Songs and Recitative in. Pantomime, 11 scenes.

Application Dec. 19, 1815, James Winston, Olympic. Prod. Jan. 8, 1816.
MS: dated Dec. 20, 1815.
 

LA 1898 Richard the Third: Travesty. Burlesque comic opera, 2 acts.

No application. [H2, Dec 23, 1815.]
MS: dated by Larpent and endorsed For a Benefit; prologue.
 

LA 1899 The Duke's Coat. Musical entertainment, 1 act.

Application n.d. [1815?], Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Not produced. (License refused.)
MS: endorsed by Larpent August 29th. 1815 Licence refused. Comp. The Duke's Coat; or, The Night after Waterloo: A Dramatick Anecdote; prepared for representation on the 6th September, at the Theatre-Royal, Lyceum, and Interdicted by the Licenser of Plays, 1815 (K-D 503): numerous slight differences.
 

LA 1900 Midas. Burletta, 2 acts. Kane O'Hara.

No application. [Ca. 1815?]
Printed copy [ca. 1815]: endorsed Acted at Cov. Gard. 1764; includes casts of 1764, 1804, and 1814 performances. Comp. Edinburgh, 1771 (K-D 290): virtually the same. (Dated, wrongly, 1764 in B.C.)
See LA 235, of which this is a reduced version.
 

LA 1901 All at Coventry; or, Love and Laugh. Farcical burletta, 2 acts. William Thomas Moncrieff.

Application Jan. 1, 1816, James Winston, Olympic. Prod. Jan. 8.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 2; title change from A Day at Coventry. Comp. 1816 (K-D 506): numerous and extensive differences.
 

LA 1902 La Griselda; or, Virtue in Distress. Opera (Italian), 2 acts. Apostolo Zeno (?).

No application; title-page dated Jan. 10, 1816, and signed by D. Waters, H1. Prod. Jan. 13.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1903 Joconde; or, Le Prince Troubadour. Burletta, 3 acts. [William Thomas Moncrieff?]

Application Jan. 20, 1816, James Winston, Olympic. Prod. Jan. 29(?).
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 23. Comp. Joconde; or, The Festival of the Rosière, 1829 (130496): two versions differ utterly.
See LA 2034.
 

LA 1904 Medicus Borealis; or, A Day in Algiers. Play, 5 acts.

No application. [Glasgow, Jan. 25, 1816.]
MS: dated by Larpent.
 

LA 1905 Accusation; or, The Family of D'Anglade. Melodrama, 3 acts. John Howard Payne, revisions by Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Jan. 27, 1816, T. J. Dibdin, D.L. Prod. Feb. 1.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 28. Comp. Payne's Accusation; etc., from the French, with alterations, 1817 (K-D 520): a fairly close paraphrase.
 

LA 1906 The Inquisition of 1650; or, Eugene and Maria. Tragedy, 5 acts.

Application Jan., 1816, George Dunie, Glasgow.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan., 1816; several passages marked X; prologue.
 

LA 1907 The Port-folio; or, The Anglade Family. Melodrama, 2 acts. James Kenney.

No application. Prod. C.G., Feb. 1, 1816.
MS: dated, by Larpent, C.G., Jan. 29. Comp. 1816 (K-D 500): only slight differences.
 

LA 1908 The Old Oak Chest; or, The Smuggler's Sons and the Robber's Daughter. Melodramatic romance, 2 acts. Jane M. Scott.

No application. Prod. Sans Pareil, Feb. 5, 1816.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Sans Pareil, Jan. 20. Comp. n.d. (Dev 12mo 30): differs markedly.
 

LA 1909 The Mail Coach Passengers. Farce, 2 acts. Robert Francis Jameson.

Application Feb. 7, 1816, Thomas John Dibdin, D.L. Prod. Feb. 13.
MS: numerous corrections and erasures.
 

LA 1910 Bampfyde [Bamfylde?] Moore Carew; or, Harlequin King of the Beggars. Pantomime, 13 scenes.

Application Feb. 12, 1816, James Winston, Olympic.
MS: one scene canceled.
 

LA 1911 What Next? Farce, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Feb. 17, 1816, T. J. Dibdin, D.L. Prod. Feb. 29.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 19; numerous deletions; cast. Comp. What Next?, in The London Stage, n.d.: numerous differences.
 

LA 1912 Right and Might; or, The Castle of Ellangowan. Play with music, 3 acts. Daniel Terry and Walter Scott.

Application Feb. 24, 1816, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. (as Guy Mannering; or, The Gipsey's Prophecy) Mar. 12.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 26. Comp. Guy Mannering; etc., 1816 (K-D 525): numerous slight differences, more pronounced in latter half; Act III especially different.
 

LA 1913 Stratagems; or, The Lost Treasure. Burletta, 2 acts.

Application Feb. 27, 1816, John Scott, Sans Pareil. Prod. Mar. 4.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 5.
 

LA 1914 The Duke of Milan, Address to the Revived Play of.

No application. Spoken D.L., Mar. 9, 1816.
MS: dated, by J.P.C., D.L., Feb. 10.
 

LA 1915 The Child of Concealment; or, The Forest of Picardy. Operatic drama, 2 acts. George Percival Bromley.

No application. [Norwich, Mar. 22, 1816.]
MS: dated by Larpent; title states, founded on a French play, and gives author's name; prologue.
 

LA 1916 Who Wants a Wife; or, The Law of the Stranger. An Arabian tale, 3 acts. Henry Rowley Bishop.

Application Mar. 29, 1816, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. (as Who Wants a Wife; or, The Law of the Land) Apr. 16.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 30.
 

LA 1917 Le Astuzie Fallaci. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts.

No application; title-page dated April 8, 1816, and signed by D. Waters, H1. Prod. Apr. 23.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1918 Pitcairn's Island. Melodramatic ballet, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Apr. 10, 1816, T. J. Dibdin, D.L. Prod. Apr. 17.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 12; cast.
 

LA 1919 The Prodigal. Melodramatic play, 3 acts.

Application Apr. 22, 1816, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. Apr. 29.
MS.
 

LA 1920 The Count of Anjou; or, More Weddings than One. Piece (musical romance), 1 act.

Application Apr. 27, 1816, Thomas John Dibdin, D.L. Prod. May 2.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 28.
 

LA 1921 The Masque of Hymen; or, Royal Nuptials. Masque, 1 act.

Application Apr. 27, 1816, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. (as Royal Nuptials; or, The Masque of Hymen) May 6.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 28.
 

LA 1922 The Castle of St. Aldobrand. Tragedy, 5 acts. Charles Robert Maturin.

Application Apr. 27, 1816, Thomas John Dibdin, D.L. Prod. (as Bertram; or, The Castle of St. Aldobrand) May 9.
MS. Comp. Bertram; etc., 1816 (K-D 495): only slight differences.
 

LA 1923 Terrors of Conscience. Melodrama, 2 acts.

Application Apr. 29, 1816, Thomas Harris, C.G. Not produced(?).
MS: dated by Larpent May 2.
 

LA 1924 The Oath. Drama, 5 acts.

No application. [May 7, 1816.]
MS: prologue and epilogue. (Dated, in B.C., T. R. Newcastle upon Tyne, May 7th. 1816.)
 

LA 1925 Oberon's Oath; or, The Paladin and Princess. Melodramatic fairy spectacle, 3 acts. Benjamin Thompson.

Application May 8, 1816, Thomas John Dibdin, D.L. Prod. May 21.
MS: dated by Larpent May 9; one page deleted.
 

LA 1926 The Man His Own Master. Piece, 1 act.

Application June 4, 1816, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. June 12.
MS: part of Scene 1 only; some deletions and revisions.
 

LA 1927 Is He Jealous? Musical farce, 1 act. Samuel Beazley, Jr.

Application undated, Samuel James Arnold, English Opera House. Prod. July 2, 1816.
MS: dated by Larpent June 26. Comp. 1816 (K-D 526): slight differences.
 

LA 1928 The Man in Mourning for Himself. Piece (operatic), 2 acts.

Application July 12, 1816, Samuel James Arnold, English Opera House. Prod. July 20.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1929 Keeping Up Appearances. Comedy, 3 acts. Robert Francis Jameson.

Application July 16, 1816, James Winston, H2. Prod. (as Exit by Mistake) July 22.
MS.
 

LA 1930 New Year's Gift; or, Christmas Boxes. Opera, 1 act. Samuel Beazley, Jr.

Application July 17, 1816, Samuel James Arnold, English Opera House. Prod. (as Old Customs; or, New Year's Gifts) Aug. 5.
MS: title changed from New Years Day.
 

LA 1931 One for Another; or, My Landlady's Gown. Farce, 2 acts. Walley Chamberlaine Oulton.

Application Aug. 2, 1816, James Winston, H2. Prod. (as My Landlady's Gown) Aug. 10.
MS. Comp. My Landlady's Gown, 1816 (K-D 501): a few slight differences in Act I; extensive differences in Act II.
 

LA 1932 The Silent Not Dumb. Melodramatic musical entertainment, 2 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application Aug. 10, 1816, S. J. Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. (as Two Words; or, The Silent Not Dumb) Sept. 2.
MS: included, 2 songs with separate notice, Aug. 26, signed by D. Grove.
 

LA 1933 The Fair Deserter. Comic sketch, 1 act.

Application Aug. 20, 1816, James Winston, H2. Prod. Aug. 24.
MS.
 

LA 1934 Free and Easy. Comic opera, 2 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application Sept. 5, 1816, S. J. Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Sept. 16.
MS. Comp. n.d. (Dev 12mo 118): minor differences throughout.
 

LA 1935 Hue and Cry; or, Yours and Mine. [Yours or Mine (?).] Musical entertainment, 2 acts. [John Tobin?]

Application Sept. 12, 1816, John Fawcett, C.G. [Prod. as Yours or Mine, Sept. 23?]
MS: dated by Larpent Sept. 12.
 

LA 1936 The Blacksmith of Antwerp, New Songs, &c., Introduced in. Farce, 2 acts. John O'Keeffe.

Application Sept. 17, 1816, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. 1816.
MS.
See LA 686.
 

LA 1937 The Broken Sword. Melodrama, 2 acts. William Dimond.

Application Sept. 30, 1816, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. Oct. 7.
MS: dated by Larpent Sept. 31[ sic]. Comp. n.d. (Dev 12mo 115): slight differences.
 

LA 1938 Doctor Poker. Farce, 2 acts.

Application Sept. 30, 1816, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. (as Each for Himself) Oct. 24.
MS: dated by Larpent Sept. 31[ sic]. Comp. Each for Himself, 1816 (K-D 503): some differences, particularly in Act II.
 

LA 1939 The Assassin. Melodrama, 2 acts. Robert Bell (?).

Application Oct. 8, 1816, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. (as The Watch Word; or, The Quito Gate) Oct. 19.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 9; previous title, The Beam of Fate, erased.
 

LA 1940 The Careful Servant and the Careless Master. Comic interlude, 1 act.

Application Oct. 22, 1816, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Oct. 29.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 23.
 

LA 1941 The Dinner of Madelon; or, The Sportsman and Shepherd. Burletta, 1 act.

No application; title-page dated Oct. 25, 1816, and endorsed Mr. Scott, Manager, Sans Pareil. Prod. Dec. 17.
MS.
 

LA 1942 Freedom and Slavery. Opera, 3 acts. Thomas Morton.

Application Nov. 1, 1816, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. (as The Slave) Nov. 12.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 2; some deletions. Comp. The Slave (Cumberland's British Theatre), n.d.: numerous differences.
 

LA 1943 Sunshine after Rain. Seriocomic afterpiece, 2 acts. Edward P. Knight.

Application Nov. 16, 1816, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. (as Cry To-day and Laugh To-morrow) Nov. 29.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 17.
 

LA 1944 Nota Bene. Farce, 2 acts. _____ Hookham (?).

Application Dec. 3, 1816, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. Dec. 12.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 4.
 

LA 1945 Love and the Tooth Ache. Farce, 2 acts.

Application Dec. 7, 1816, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Dec. 13.
MS: dated by Larpent.
 

LA 1946 Harlequin and the Sylph of the Oak; or, The Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green. Pantomime, 18 scenes.

Application Dec. 13, 1816, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS. Comp. 1816 (K-D 509): several songs in MS not in printed copy, and vice versa.
 

LA 1947 Harlequin Horner; or, Christmas Pie. Pantomime, 21 scenes.

Application Dec. 19, 1816, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS.
 

LA 1948 Magdalena and Her Faithful Dog. Melodrama, 3 acts. William Roberts.

No application; title-page dated, York and Hull, Dec. 21, 1816.
MS: title-page states, by William Roberts of the Theatres Royal York and Hull.
 

LA 1949 Humourous Lieutenant; or, Alexander's Successors. Play, 3 acts. Frederic Reynolds, from Beaumont and Fletcher.

Application Dec. 28, 1816, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. Jan. 18, 1817.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 29, 1816.
 

LA 1950 Penelope. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

No application; title-page dated Jan. 8, 1817, signed by D. Waters, H1. Prod. Jan. 11.
MS: cast.
 

LA 1951 The Ravens; or, The Force of Conscience. Romantic drama, 3 acts. Isaac Pocock (?).

Application Jan. 14, 1817, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Jan. 28.
MS.
J.P.C. in B.D.: The Ravens, an interlude played at Covent Garden 28 Jany 1817 was by Geo. Colman Jun. and at his death in 1836 the M.S came into the hands of the Duke of Devonshire.
 

LA 1952 A Day in the Country; or, A Meeting of Friends. Comedy, 5 acts. From Augustus von Kotzebue, False Delicacy.

No application. [Edinburgh, Jan. 20, 1817.]
MS: dated by Larpent.
 

LA 1953 The Cameleon. Farce, 2 acts.

No application. Prod. Edinburgh, Jan., 1817 (?).
MS: prologue; at beginning of prologue, it is stated, Acted at Edin burgh, Jany. 1817.
 

LA 1954 Camilla the Amazon; or, The Mountain Robber. Melodramatic burletta, 2 acts.

No application. Prod. Sans Pareil, Feb. 6, 1817.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Sans Pareil, Jan. 23.
 

LA 1955 The Heir of Vironi; [or, Honesty the Best Policy] Opera, 2 acts. Isaac Pocock.

Application Feb. 10, 1817, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. Feb. 27.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. [Feb.?] 11.
 

LA 1956 Frighten'd to Death! Musical farce, 2 acts. Walley Chamberlaine Oulton.

Application Feb. 13, 1817, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. Feb. 27.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 15; much corrected. Comp. 1817 (K-D 504): names of some characters differ; revisions of MS generally incorporated in printed text.
 

LA 1957 Manuel. Tragedy, 5 acts. Charles Robert Maturin.

Application Feb. 13, 1817, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. Mar. 8.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 15. Comp. 1817 (K-D 495): minor differences.
 

LA 1958 Eurypilus, King of Sicily. Tragedy, 5 acts. David William Paynter.

No application; endorsed, by Larpent(?), Theatre Royal Manchester February 1817.
Printed copy, Manchester, 1817.
 

LA 1959 Love and Poverty; or, When Poverty Comes in at the Door Loves Flies Out at the Window. Musical burletta 2 acts.

No application. Prod. Olympic, Mar. 6, 1817.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Olympic, Feb. 13.
 

LA 1960 The Knight of the Boots; or, What Will My Lady Say? Musical burletta, 2 acts.

No application. Prod. Olympic, Mar. 10, 1817.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Olympic, Feb., 1817.
 

LA 1961 The Innkeeper's Daughter. Melodrama, 2 acts. George Soane.

Application Mar. 17, 1817, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. Apr. 7.
MS. Comp. 1817 (K-D 505): names of two characters differ; other slight differences.
 

LA 1962 Robinson Crusoe; [or, The Bold Bucaniers]. Melodrama, 2 acts. Isaac Pocock.

Application Mar. 20, 1817, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. Apr. 7.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 22. Comp. 1817 (K-D 509): minor differences.
 

LA 1963 The [A] House Out at Windows. Piece (musical farce), 1 act. James Kenney.

Application Mar. 22, 1817, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. May 10.
MS. (Not listed in B.C.) Comp. 1817 (K-D 501): virtually identical.
 

LA 1964 The Fate of Taranto; or, St. Clara's Eve. Play, 3 acts. William Dimond.

Application Apr. 2, 1817, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. (as The Conquest of Taranto; etc.) Apr. 15.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 10.
 

LA 1965 Alphi Bey; or, The Arab's Faith. Historical opera, 3 acts. Ralph Hamilton.

Application Apr. 2, 1817, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. (as Elphi Bey; etc.) Apr. 17.
MS. Comp. Elphi Bey; etc., 1817 (K-D 502): numerous minor differences.
 

LA 1966 Il Don Giovanni. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. Lorenzo da Ponte.

No application; title-page signed D. Waters, H1. Prod. Apr. 12, 1817.
MS: title-page states, as Represented for the first time in this Country April 1817 at the Kings Theatre in the Haymarket London; cast.
See LA 1013.
 

LA 1967 The Apostate. Tragedy, 5 acts. Richard Lalor Sheil.

Application Apr. 26, 1817, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. May 3.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 27. Comp. 1817 (42787): slight differences.
 

LA 1968 John Gilpin. Farce with songs, 2 acts.

Application Apr. 21, 1817, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. Apr. 28.
MS.
See LA 1857 (there are minor differences).
 

LA 1969 The Touchstone; or, The World as It Goes. Comedy, 4 acts. James Kenney.

Application Apr. 22, 1817, Alexander Rae, D.L.
MS. Comp. 1817 (K-D 521): only slight differences.
 

LA 1970 Edwin, Heir of Cressingham. Tragedy, 5 acts. Edward Fitzball.

No application. Prod. Norwich, Apr., 1817.
Printed pages (8) and MS, apparently unpublished: dated, by Larpent(?), Theatre Royal, Norwich, February, 1817-; numerous and extensive passages canceled, some by Examiner(?).
 

LA 1971 The Election. Comic opera, 3 acts. Altered from Joanna Baillie.

Application May 3, 1817, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. June 7.
MS: endorsed, at end of Act I, 1817 J Ebsworth. Comp. A Series of Plays, 1802 (K-D 415): MS an adaptation of play as printed, made by cutting original, inserting songs, and rearranging material.
 

LA 1972 Lo Sbaglio Fortunato. Comic opera (Italian), 1 act.

No application; signed by D. Waters, H1. Prod. May 8, 1817.
MS: title-page states, for the Benefit of Madame Fodor; cast.
 

LA 1973 The Libertine. Operatic drama, 2 acts. Isaac Pocock, from Thomas Shadwell.

Application May 10, 1817, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. May 20.
MS: title states, Founded on the popular Story of Don Juan. Comp. (anon.) 1817 (K-D 509): numerous differences.
 

LA 1974 L'Agense. Opera (Italian), 2 acts.

No application; signed by D. Waters, H1. Prod. May 15, 1817.
MS: title-page states, Represented for the first time for the Benefit of Madame Camporesi,...; cast.
 

LA 1975 My Uncle. Piece (operetta), 1 act. Samuel Beazley, Jr.

Application May 22, 1817, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. June 23.
MS. Comp. 1817 (K-D 504): some slight differences.
 

LA 1976 Incog; or, Three Days at Hatchett's. Afterpiece, 2 acts. W. A. Keep or W. Lennox (?).

Application June 2, 1817, Alexander Rae, D.L. Prod. (as Incog; or, Three Days in a Well-known Hotel) June 11.
MS. Comp. Incog; or, Three Days at a Well-known Hotel, 1817 (K-D 501): slight differences.
See LA 2266.
 

LA 1977 The Bridge That Carries Us Safe Over! Dramatic sketch, 1 act. Richard Brinsley Peake.

Application June 16, 1817, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. June 18.
MS.
 

LA 1978 Tit for Tat; or, The British in Brussels. Operetta, 1 act. Samuel Beazley, Jr.

Application June 19, 1817, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. (as Bachelor's Wives; etc.) July 16.
MS.
 

LA 1979 Zodaiya; or, The Rose of Gurgistan. Opera, 3 acts. Thomas Noble.

Application July 11, 1817, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. (as The Persian Hunters; etc.) Aug. 13.
MS: endorsed, by Larpent, Received July 18th; numerous deletions. Comp. The Persian Hunters; etc., 1817 (K-D 502): numerous differences.
 

LA 1980 The Wizard; or, The Brown Man of the Moor. Melodramatic romance, 2 acts. Samuel James Arnold.

Application July 21, 1817, S. J. Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. July 26.
MS. (From Walter Scott, The Black Dwarf.)
 

LA 1981 Teazing Made Easy. Comedy, 3 acts. Robert Francis Jameson.

Application July 24, 1817, James Winston, H2. Prod. July 30.
MS.
 

LA 1982 Fire and Water; or, A Critical Hour. Operetta, 1 act. Samuel Beazley, Jr.

Application Aug. 4, 1817, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Aug. 19.
MS.
Bound with LA 1963.
 

LA 1983 The Actor of All Work. Comic piece, 1 act. George Colman, the Younger.

Application Aug. 6, 1817, James Winston, H2. Prod. Aug. 13.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 7; one speech inserted, with separate notice, Aug. 12, J. Stokes.
 

LA 1984 Disguises. Operetta, 1 act. [Samuel Beazley, Jr.?]

Application Aug. 20, 1817, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Sept. 8.
MS.
 

LA 1985 The Vicar of Wakefield. Melodramatic burletta, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. Royal Circus, Aug. 25, 1817.
Printed copy (First performed at the Royal Circus and Surrey Theatre), 1817.
See LA 2368.
 

LA 1986 Wanted, a Governess. Comic sketch, 1 act. Richard Brinsley Peake.

Application Sept. 3, 1817, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Sept. 15.
MS.
 

LA 1987 The Duke of Savoy; or, Wife and Mistress. Grand musical play, 3 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

Application Sept. 12, 1817, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Sept. 29.
MS: dated by Larpent Sept. 14.
 

LA 1988 Prussian Discipline. Melodrama, 2 acts. William Abbott.

Application Sept. 24, 1817, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. (as The Youthful Days of Frederick the Great) Oct. 2.
MS. Comp. The Youthful Days of Frederick the Great, 1817 (K-D 505): a number of unimportant differences.
 

LA 1989 The Lord of the Castle. Melodramatic romance, 2 acts.

No application; dated Sans Pareil, Oct. 7, 1817. Prod. Oct. 13.
MS.
 

LA 1990 The Falls of Clyde. Melodrama, 2 acts. George Soane.

Application Oct. 16, 1817, J. G. Raymond, D.L. Prod. Oct. 29.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Oct. 17; canceled passages, especially in Act II, and a few deletions, by Examiner(?). Comp. 1818 (K-D 527): a few slight differences.
 

LA 1991 The Father and His Children. Melodrama, 2 acts. Frederic Reynolds (?).

Application Oct. 20, 1817, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Oct. 25.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 22.
 

LA 1992 A Friend in Need. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. Charles Isaac Mungo Dibdin.

Application Oct. 23, 1817, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. (as A Friend Indeed) Nov. 5.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 29.
 

LA 1993 Richard, Duke of York; or, The Contention of York and Lancaster. Play, 5 acts. Edmund Kean (?) or John Herman Merivale (?).

Application Nov. 11, 1817, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L. Prod. Dec. 22.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 13; title-page states, Alter'd from Shakspeare's Henry the 6th.
 

LA 1994 Ballynavogue; or, The Lilly of Lismore. Burletta, 2 acts. Jane M. Scott.

Application Nov. 14, 1817, John Scott, Sans Pareil. Prod. (as The Row of Ballynavogue) Nov. 27.
MS: endorsed by Jane Scott; some deletion of text.
 

LA 1995 Retribution; or, The Chieftain's Daughter. Tragedy, 5 acts. John Dillon.

Application Nov. 25, 1817, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Jan. 1, 1818.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 27; numerous erasures; cast. Comp. 1818 (122666): extensive, complicated differences.
 

LA 1996 Husbands and Wives; or, The Debt and the Duel. Farce, 2 acts. Isaac Pocock.

Application Nov. 26, 1817, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Dec. 3.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 27.
 

LA 1997 The Man in the Moon; or, The Striking Feature. Farce, 2 acts. R. Phillips.

Application Nov. 28, 1817, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L. Prod. Dec. 8.
MS. Comp. 1818 (K-D 521): considerable differences in Act II.
 

LA 1998 The Italian Wife. Melodramatic romance, 2 acts. From Henry Hart Milman, Fazio.

Application Nov. 28, 1817, D. Grove, Olympic. Prod. (as The melodramatic Romance founded on The Italian Wife) Nov. 29.
MS: title-page states, Three Acts. Comp. Milman's Fazio, a Tragedy (in five acts), 4th ed., 1818 (Larpent Plays, LA 2012, q.v.): extensive differences. (Milman disclaims other versions.)
 

LA 1999 Outwitted at Last; or, The Ward and Brother. Comic opera, 3 acts. _____ Earle.

Application Dec. 1, 1817, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L. Prod. Dec. 13.
MS.
 

LA 2000 The Lady of the Lake. Melodramatic romance, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Dec. 1, 1817, D. Grove, Olympic. Prod. Dec. 11 (previously Surrey, Sept. 24, 1810).
MS: title-page states, ... (taken from Walter Scott) By T. Dibdin. and performed with great applause at the Surrey Theatre. Comp. n.d. (Dev 12mo 34): virtually identical.
 

LA 2001 Lilliput. Dramatic romance, 2 acts. From David Garrick.

Application Dec. 2, 1817, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L. Prod. (as altered) Dec. 10.
MS: prologue and epilogue.
 

LA 2002 The Actress of All Work; or, My Country Cousin. Comic sketch, 1 act. William Henry Oxberry.

Application Dec. 3, 1817, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L. Not produced(?).
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 4(?).
See LA 2070, which differs only slightly.
 

LA 2003 Harlequin Gulliver, [Dialogue and Songs in]. Pantomime, 18 scenes.

Application Dec. 10, 1817, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 11. Comp. 1817 (K-D 509): virtually identical, except that MS does not contain directions for action.
 

LA 2004 Harlequin Libertine. Pantomime, 18 scenes.

Application Dec. 16, 1817, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L.
MS: title-page states, Founded on the Interesting Story of Don Juan.
 

LA 2005 The Three Crumps; [or, The Crooked Brothers of Damascus], with a prelude, The Fortunate Youth. Burletta, 2 acts.

Application Dec., 1817, John Scott, Sans Pareil. Prod. Feb. 5, 1818.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 5.
 

LA 2006 Three Miles from Paris. Interlude. Charles Isaac Mungo Dibdin.

Application Jan. 6, 1818, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. Jan. 15.
MS.
 

LA 2007 The Turret Clock; or, Lovers' Signal. Melodrama, 2 acts.

Application Jan. 14, 1818, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L. Prod. Jan. 28.
MS.
 

LA 2008 The Fortunate Youth; or, The Force of Credulity! Historical anecdote, 2 pts. William Thomas Moncrieff (?).

Application Jan. 14, 1818, D. Grove, Olympic. Prod. Jan. 29.
MS: some deletion; partial cast.
 

LA 2009 The Illustrious Traveller; or, The Forges of Kanzell. Melodrama, 2 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

Application Jan. 22, 1818, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Feb. 3.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 26.
 

LA 2010 The Bride of Abydos. Tragic play, 3 acts. William Dimond.

Application Jan. 22, 1818, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L. Prod. Feb. 5.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 23.
 

LA 2011 Zuma; or, The Tree of Health. Opera, 3 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

Application Jan. 27, 1818, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Feb. 21.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 30. Comp. 1818 (K-D 502): numerous differences, chiefly in Act III.
 

LA 2012 Fazio. Tragedy, 5 acts. Henry Hart Milman.

No application. Prod. C.G., Feb. 5, 1818.
Printed copy, 4th ed., 1818: dated by Larpent Mar. 7; numerous MS deletions and some revisions.
See LA 1998.
 

LA 2013 Rob Roy; or, The Traveller's Portmanteau. Seriocomic melodramatic romance, 2 acts.

Application Feb. 12, 1818, D. Grove, Olympic. Prod. Feb. 16.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 14.
 

LA 2014 The Mountain Chief. Musical romance, 3 acts.

Application Feb. 13, 1818, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L. Prod. Apr. 30.
MS.
 

LA 2015 The Appeal. Tragedy (3 acts). John Galt (?).

No application. Prod. Edinburgh, Feb. 16, 1818.
MS: Act I only; dated, by Larpent, Edinburgh, Feb. 4; prologue and epilogue, to The Appeal(?).
 

LA 2016 Castles in the Air. Comedy, 5 acts.

Application Feb. 20, 1818, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L. Prod. (as The Castle of Glyndower) Mar. 2.
MS: some deleted passages; prologue and epilogue to Castle of Glendower.
 

LA 2017 Rob Roy [Macgregor; or, Auld Lang Syne!]. Play, 3 acts. Isaac Pocock.

Application Feb. 28, 1818, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Mar. 12.
MS. Comp. 1818 (K-D 525): slight differences.
 

LA 2018 Rob Roy, [The Gregarach]. Play, 3 acts. George Soane.

Application Mar. 2, 1818, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L. Prod. Mar. 25.
MS. Comp. 1818 (K-D 525): numerous differences, particularly in Act I.
 

LA 2019 The Sleeping Draught. Farce, 2 acts. Samson Penley.

Application Mar. 5, 1818, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L. Prod. Apr. 1.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 6. Comp. n.d. (Dev 12mo 54): some long passages near end of MS not printed; otherwise virtually the same.
 

LA 2020 The Marquis de Carabas; or, Puss in Boots. Comic romance, 2 acts.

Application Mar. 16, 1818, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Mar. 30.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 18.
 

LA 2021 My Father! Methinks I See My Father! Farce, 2 acts. Thomas Morton.

Application Apr. 4, 1818, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. (as Who's My Father?) Apr. 13.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 5.
 

LA 2022 Bellamira; or, The Fall of Tunis. Tragedy, 5 acts. Richard Lalor Sheil.

Application Apr. 15, 1818, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Apr. 22.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 16; prologue and epilogue. Comp. 1818 (K-D 519): slight differences.
 

LA 2023 Amoroso, King of Little Britain. Interlude, 1 act. James Robinson Planché.

Application Apr. 17, 1818, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L. Prod. Apr. 21.
MS. Comp. n.d. (Dev 12mo 125): a number of discrepancies.
 

LA 2024 The Jew of Malta. Play, 5 acts. Samson Penley, from Christopher Marlowe.

Application undated, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L. Prod. Apr. 24, 1818.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 29; prologue and epilogue. Comp. 1818 (K-D 523): several long passages in MS not in printed copy; other, minor differences.
 

LA 2025 The Sorrows of Werther. Operatical entertainment, 1 act. John Poole (?).

Application Apr. 27, 1818, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. May 6.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 28; prologue.
 

LA 2026 Elisabetta, Regina d' Inghilterra. Musical drama (Italian), 2 acts. _____ Schmidt.

No application; signed D. Waters, H1. Prod. Apr. 30, 1818.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 23.
 

LA 2027 December and May. Musical entertainment, 2 acts. William Dimond.

Application May 2, 1818, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. May 16.
MS: dated by Larpent May 4.
 

LA 2028 The Blackamoor's Head. Farce, 2 acts. James Thomson (?).

Application May 7, 1818, Henry Erskine Johnston, D.L. Prod. May 16.
MS.
 

LA 2029 The Extorted Oath. Drama, 2 acts. Richard John Raymond.

Application May 18, 1818, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. (as The Castle of Paluzzi; or, The Extorted Oath), May 27.
MS: dated by Larpent May 20. Comp. The Castle of Paluzzi; etc., 1818 (K-D 502): some differences.
 

LA 2030 Is He Alive? [or, All Puzzled]. Comic farce, 2 acts.

Application June 10, 1818, R. E. Chatterley, D.L. Prod. June 15.
MS: dated by Larpent June 12. Comp. 1818 (K-D 503): numerous lines in MS not printed; other, minor differences.
 

LA 2031 The Hustings. Operatic impromptu, 1 act.

Application June 24, 1818, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Not produced. (License refused.)
MS: endorsed, by Larpent, Licence refused; some deletion and underscoring.
 

LA 2032 Who Can I Be? Farce, 2 acts.

Application June 30, 1818, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. July 6.
MS.
 

LA 2033 The Saracen's Head Removed from Snow Hill. [The Bull's Head.] Operetta, 1 act. Samuel Beazley, Jr. (?).

Application June 30, 1818, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. July 14.
MS: a few slight revisions of text.
 

LA 2034 Joconde; or, The Adventurers. Comic opera, 3 acts.

Application July 6, 1818, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum.
MS: dated by Larpent July 7.
See LA 1903, a different version of the story.
 

LA 2035 Poor Relations. Comedy, 3 acts. Robert Francis Jameson.

Application July 9, 1818, James Winston, H2. Prod. (as Nine Points of the Law; or, Possession) July 18.
MS: dated by Larpent July 10.
 

LA 2036 Doctor Bolus. Interlude, 1 act. George Daniel.

Application July 9, 1818, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. July 21.
MS. Comp. 1818 (K-D 504): slight discrepancies.
 

LA 2037 Jealous on All Sides; or, The Landlord in Jeopardy. Comic opera, 2 acts. Samuel Beazley, Jr.

Application Aug. 7, 1818, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Aug. 19.
MS: some deletion and correction of text. Comp. 1818 (K-D 499): great discrepancies.
 

LA 2038 The Green Man. Comedy, 3 acts. Richard Jones, from the French of D'Aubigny and Poujol.

Application Aug. 8, 1818, James Winston, H2. Prod. Aug. 15.
MS: dated by Larpent Aug. 10. Comp. 1818 (K-D 501): detailed differences throughout.
 

LA 2039 The Rendezvous. Operetta, 1 act. Richard Ayton.

Application Aug. 11, 1818, Samuel James Arnold, English Opera House, Prod. Sept. 21.
MS: partial cast. Comp. 1818 (K-D 504): only slight differences.
 

LA 2040 The Quadrille; or, A Quarrel for What? Operetta, 1 act. Samuel Beazley, Jr. (?).

Application Aug. 13, 1818, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. June 14, 1819.
MS. Comp. 1819 (K-D 504): notable differences in latter part; slight differences otherwise.
 

LA 2041 My Own Rival. Musical comedy, 2 acts. Samuel Beazley, Jr. (?).

Application Aug. 13, 1818, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. June 28, 1819.
MS.
 

LA 2042 Amateurs and Actors; or, The Elopement. Musical farce, 2 acts. Richard Brinsley Peake.

Application Aug. 15, 1818, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Aug. 29.
MS: inserted, three pages of additional lines, with a note signed D Grove Prompter and dated Aug. 21. Comp. 1818 (K-D 503): minor differences.
 

LA 2043 Ah, What a Prry! or, The Dark Knight and the Fair Lady. Melotravestic opera, 2 acts. George Macfarren.

Application Sept. 14, 1818, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. Sept. 28.
MS.
 

LA 2044 The Burgomaster of Sardam [Sardaam]; or, The Two Peters. Comic melodrama, 2 acts. Frederic Reynolds.

Application Sept. 15, 1818, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Sept. 23.
MS: dated by Larpent Sept. 10 (?); cast.
 

LA 2045 Sigesmar [the Switzer]. Melodrama, 2 acts. C. E. Walker.

Application Sept. 19, 1818, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. Sept. 26.
MS: stage and music cues inserted; cast. Comp. 1818 (K-D 524): extensive differences.
 

LA 2046 The Barber of Seville. Comic opera, 2 acts. John Fawcett and Daniel Terry, from Beaumarchais.

Application Oct. 3, 1818, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Oct. 13.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 5. Comp. n.d. (Cumberland's British Theatre): slight differences.
 

LA 2047 Bachelors' Miseries; or, The Double Disappointment. Burletta, 2 acts.

Application Oct. 7, 1818, John Scott, Sans Pareil. Prod. Oct. 19.
MS.
 

LA 2048 Astonishment! Farce, 2 acts.

Application, n.d. [1818], Stephen Kemble, D.L.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 9, 1818.
 

LA 2049 Proof Presumptive; or, The Secret Marriage. Drama, 3 acts. Translated from the French by Charles Kemble (?).

Application Oct. 12, 1818, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. (as Proof Presumptive; or, The Abbey of San Marco) Oct. 20.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 13.
 

LA 2050 The Murderer's Dream; or, The Abbey of Glenthorn. Melodramatic burletta, 3 acts.

Application Oct. 17, 1818, G. W. Reeve, Olympic.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 20.
 

LA 2051 Lie upon Lie; or, Two Spanish Valets. Burletta, 2 acts. Jane M. Scott.

Application Oct. 24, 1818, John Scott, Sans Pareil. Prod. (as The Two Spanish Valets; or, Lie upon Lie) Nov. 2.
MS: title-page, dated by Larpent Oct. 26, states, written by Miss Scott.
 

LA 2052 Bermecides. Dramatic romance, 3 acts. Henry M. Milner.

Application Oct. 27, 1818, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. (as Barmecide; or, The Fatal Offspring) Nov. 3.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 28; earlier title, Ruins of Babylon, deleted. Comp. Bermecide; or, The Fatal Offspring, 1818 (K-D 513): differs extensively.
 

LA 2053 The Consultation. Farce, 2 acts.

Application Nov. 6, 1818, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. (as Six Physicians; or, The Patient Carried Off) Nov. 13.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 5 [ sic].
 

LA 2054 High Notions; or, A Trip to Exmouth. Musical farce, 2 acts. John Parry.

Application Nov. 11, 1818, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. Feb. 11, 1819.
MS: title-page states, The Music by I. Parry.
 

LA 2055 Rose D'Amour; or, Little Red Riding Hat. Opera, 2 acts. James Kenney (?), altered from the French of Theaulon.

Application Nov. 12, 1818, Thomas Harris, C.G. Prod. Dec. 3.
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 13.
 

LA 2056 Rochester; or, King Charles the Second's Merry Days. Burletta, 3 acts. William Thomas Moncrieff.

Application Nov. 14, 1818, Robert William Elliston, Olympic. Prod. Nov. 16.
MS. Comp. 1818 (K-D 521): extensive differences.
 

LA 2057 Fairy Records; or, Days of Yore. [Fairy Legends; or, The Moonlight Night (?).] Burletta, 2 acts.

Application Nov. 17, 1818, John Scott, Sans Pareil. [Prod. as Fairy Legends; etc., Dec. 7?]
MS: dated by Larpent Nov. 18.
 

LA 2058 Rumfuskin, King of Bythnyphorbia. Burlesque, 3 scenes. John Poole (?).

Application Nov. 25, 1818, W. Lee Treasurer for R W Elliston, Olympic. Prod. Dec. 3.
MS.
 

LA 2059 Brutus; or, The Fall of Tarquin. Tragedy, 5 acts. John Howard Payne.

Application n.d. [1818], Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. Dec. 3.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 31, 1818. Comp. 1818 (15830): extensive differences.
 

LA 2060 Flodden Field. Piece, 3 acts. Stephen and Henry Kemble.

Application Dec. 5, 1818, S. Kemble, D.L. Prod. Dec. 31. MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 8. Comp. 1819 (K-D 498): some differences.
 

LA 2061 A Word to the Ladies. Comedy, 5 acts. James Kenney.

Application Dec. 9, 1818, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. (as A Word for the Ladies) C.G., Dec. 17.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Dec. 10.
 

LA 2062 The Navigators. Melodramatic sketch, 2 acts.

No application; dated by W. H. Murray (?), Dec. 11, 1818, Edinburgh.
MS: a note on title-page indicates performance was intended for Dec. 21.
 

LA 2063 Harlequin Munchausen; or, The Fountain of Love. Pantomime, 18 scenes.

Application Dec. 14, 1818, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS: dated by Larpent Dec. 17. Comp. 1818 (K-D 509): slight differences.
 

LA 2064 [Harlequin and the Dandy Club; or, 1818.] Pantomime, 15 scenes.

Application Dec. 15, 1818, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. Dec. 26.
MS: title lacking. (Listed as A Pantomime in B.C.) Comp. 1818 (K-D 526): pantomime directions much more detailed in printed copy; speeches and songs identical.
 

LA 2065 Rodolph the Wolf; or, Columbine Red Riding Hood. Melodramatic pantomime. James Robinson Planché.

Application Dec. 19, [1818,] Robert William Elliston, Olympic. Prod. Dec. 21.
MS: dated by Larpent. Comp. 1819 (K-D 509): several songs printed not in MS; otherwise virtually the same.
 

LA 2066 The Silver Arrow. Pantomime, 14(?) scenes. William Barrymore (?).

Application Jan. 2, 1819, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. Jan. 6.
MS. Comp. Airs, Chorusses,... of The Silver Arrow; or, Harlequin and The Fairy Pari Banon, 1819 (42742): a number of detailed differences.
 

LA 2067 The Half Pay Officer; or, Love and Honor. Burletta 2 acts.

No application. Prod. Sans Pareil, Jan. 18, 1819.
MS: dated, by Larpent, Sans Pareil, Jan. 14; some revision of text partial cast.
 

LA 2068 The Heroine; or, A Daughter's Courage. Melodramatic play, 3 acts. R. Phillips.

Application Jan. 24, 1819, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. Feb. 22.
MS. Comp. 1819 (K-D 507): printed in two acts; MS version contains long passages not printed; other, complicated differences.
 

LA 2069 L'Italiana in Algeri. Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. Angelo Anelli.

No application; signed by D. Waters, H1. Prod. Jan. 26, 1819.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 23; cast.
 

LA 2070 The Actress of All Work; or, My Country Cousin Comic sketch, 1 act. William Henry Oxberry.

Application Jan. 26, 1819, Robert William Elliston, Olympic. Prod Jan. 28.
MS: cast. Comp. n.d. (K-D 508): decided differences at severa points.
See LA 2002.
 

LA 2071 Ins and Outs; or, A Little Too Late. Farce, 2 acts. Richard Jones.

Application Jan. 27, 1819 [1820?], John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. (a Too Late for Dinner) Feb. 22, 1820.
MS: dated by Larpent Jan. 29. Comp. Too Late for Dinner, 1820 (K-D 501): minor differences at several points.
 

LA 2072 The Statue. Tragedy, 5 acts. Richard Lalor Sheil.

Application Jan. 30, 1819, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. (as Evadne; or The Statue) Feb. 10.
MS. Comp. Evadne; or, The Statue, 1819 (K-D 519): only slight variations.
 

LA 2073 Place-Hunters. [How to Get a Place.] Farce, 2 acts.

Application Feb. 16 [ sic], 1819, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Feb. 12.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 8; reduced to one act, and title changed to How to Get a Place, on Feb. 16.

Note

See Theatrical Inquisitor, XIV (1819), 153-54, 159-60.
 

LA 2074 La Scuffiara; or, La Modista Raggiratrice. [La Modista; ossia La Scuffiaja (?).] Comic opera (Italian), 2 acts. Giambattista Lorenzi (?).

No application; signed by D. Waters, H1, [Feb. 12, 1819].
MS: dated by Larpent; cast.
See LA 1123 (there are slight differences).
 

LA 2075 Switzerland, Prologue to the Tragedy of.

No application. Spoken D.L., Feb. 15, 1819 (?).
MS.
 

LA 2076 Where Shall I Dine? Dramatic sketch, 1 act. George Herbert Rodwell.

No application. Prod. Olympic, Feb. 17, 1819.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 18 [ sic]. Comp. n.d. (K-D 526): only slight differences.
 

LA 2077 The Marriage of Figaro. Comic opera, 3 acts. From Thomas Holcroft's translation of Beaumarchais (?).

Application Feb. 25, 1819, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Mar. 6.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 28. Comp. Henry R. Bishop's version, 1819 (K-D 499): a few notable discrepancies.
See LA 675.
 

LA 2078 The Castle of Wonders. Piece, 2 acts.-Johnson.

Application Feb., 1819, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. Mar. 8.
MS: dated by Larpent Feb. 9.
 

LA 2079 The Bravo's Son. Melodrama, 2 acts.

No application. [Bath, Mar. 4, 1819?]
MS: dated by Larpent; numerous revisions; partial cast.
 

LA 2080 Bertha; or, The Assassins of Istria. Tragedy, 5 acts. Edward Fitzball.

No application. Prod. Norwich, Mar. 8, 1819.
MS: some revisions. (Dated Norwich, Feb. 12, in B.C.)
 

LA 2081 The Dwarf of Naples. Piece, 5 acts. George Soane.

Application Mar., 1819, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. Mar. 13.
MS: dated by Larpent Mar. 4; much corrected. Comp. 1819 (K-D 506): a few slight differences.
 

LA 2082 The Jew of Lubeck; or, The Heart of a Father. Drama, 2 acts. Henry M. Milner.

Application Mar. 25, 1819, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. May 11.
MS: numerous deletions. Comp. 2d ed., 1819 (K-D 505): one scene and long passage in MS not printed; numerous minor differences.
 

LA 2083 The Italians; or, The Fatal Accusation. Tragedy, 5 acts. Charles Bucke.

Application (with LA 2081) Mar. 30, 1819, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. Apr. 3.
Printed copy, 3d ed., 1819.
 

LA 2084 Honour; [or, The Arrivals from College]. Comedy, 5 acts. Thomas Cromwell.

Application Mar. 30, 1819, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. Apr. 17.
MS: prologue and epilogue. Comp. 1820 (K-D 524): printed in three acts; MS contains extensive portions not printed.
 

LA 2085 Fortunatus and His Sons; or, The Magic Purse and Wishing-Cap. Grand dramatic spectacle, 2 acts. From Thomas Dekker.

Application Mar. 31, 1819, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. Apr. 12.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 1.
 

LA 2086 The Heart of Mid-lothian. Opera, 3 acts. Daniel Terry.

Application Mar. 31, 1819, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. Apr. 17.
MS. Comp. Airs, Choruses, &c., &c., in... The Heart of Mid-Lothian, 1819 (42918): a few differences.
 

LA 2087 Abudah; or, The Talisman of Oromanes. Piece, 2 acts. James Robinson Planché.

Application Mar., 1819, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. Apr. 13.
MS.
 

LA 2088 Fredolfo. Tragedy, 5 acts. Charles Robert Maturin.

Application Apr. 14, 1819, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. May 12.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 19; prologue and epilogue, with separate application, dated May 10. Comp. 1819 (K-D 495): slight differences.
 

LA 2089 The Carib Chief. Tragedy, 5 acts. Horace Twiss.

Application Apr. 21, 1819, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. May 13.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 22. Comp. 1819 (K-D 523): numerous minor differences.
 

LA 2090 The Ultra Exquisite; or, Which Is the Dandy. Farce, 2 acts.

No application. [Edinburgh, Apr. 22, 1819.]
MS: dated by Larpent; prologue.
 

LA 2091 A Roland for an Oliver. Farce, 2 acts. Thomas Morton.

Application Apr. 23, 1819, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Apr. 29.
MS. Comp. 1819 (K-D 501): minor differences in Act I; extensive differences in Act II.
 

LA 2092 Wanted, a Wife; or, A Cheque on My Banker. Comedy, 5 acts. William Thomas Moncrieff.

Application undated, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. May 3, 1819.
MS: dated by Larpent Apr. 27; prologue and epilogue. Comp. 1819 (K-D 501): extensive differences.
 

LA 2093 Swedish Patriots; or, The Signal Fired. Melodrama, 2 acts. William Abbott.

Application May 13, 1819, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. (as Swedish Patriotism; or, The Signal Fire) May 19.
MS: dated by Larpent May 14. Comp. Swedish Patriotism; etc., 1819 (K-D 525): minor differences; last scene differs entirely.
 

LA 2094 Cozening; or, Half an Hour in France. Interlude, 1 act. Samuel Beazley, Jr.

Application May 19, 1819, Henry Harris, C.G. Prod. May 22.
MS: dated by Larpent May 20.
 

LA 2095 Xerxes. Tragedy, 5 acts. Richard Paul Jodrell.

Application May 21, 1819, Stephen Kemble, D.L. Prod. (as The Persian Heroine) June 2.
MS. Comp. The Persian Heroine, 1786 (K-D 224): virtually the same.
 

LA 2096 Don Giovanni; or, A Spectre on Horseback! Extravaganza, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. C.G., June 15, 1819 (previously, Royal Circus, May 26, 1817).
Printed copy, 4th ed., 1818: dated, by Larpent, C.G., June 4, 1819.
 

LA 2097 Ida of the Cottage. Melodrama, 2 acts. George Soane.

Application June 23, 1819, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. (as Self-Sacrifice; or, The Maid of the Cottage) July 19.
MS. Comp. Self-Sacrifice; etc., 1819 (K-D 505): numerous extensive differences.
 

LA 2098 The Steward; [or, Fashion and Feeling]. Comedy, 5 acts. Samuel Beazley, Jr., from Thomas Holcroft, The Deserted Daughter.

Application June 23, 1819, John Fawcett, C.G. Prod. Sept. 15.
MS. Comp. 1819 (K-D 524): considerable differences.
 

LA 2099 Woman's Will [- a Riddle]! Opera, 3 acts. Edmund L. Swift.

Application June 30, 1819, Samuel James Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. July 20, 1820.
MS. Comp. 1820 (K-D 526): numerous differences.
 

LA 2100 L'Inganno Felice. Comic opera (Italian), 1 act.

No application; signed by D. Waters, H1. Prod. July 1, 1819.
MS: cast.
 

LA 2101 Montrose; or, Second Sight. Melodramatic romance, 2 acts. Thomas John Dibdin.

No application. Prod. Surrey, July 5, 1819.
MS: dated by Larpent Oct. 27 [?].
 

LA 2102 Wet Weather. Farce, 2 acts.

Application July 7, 1819, Daniel Terry, H2. Prod. July 20.
MS: dated by Larpent July 9.
 

LA 2103 The Hypocrite. Operatic comedy, 5 acts. From Isaac Bickerstaffe's alteration of Colley Cibber, The Non-Juror.

Application July 10, 1819, D. Grove, Lyceum. Prod. July 27.
MS: dated by Larpent July 11.
 

LA 2104 By Advertisement; or, The Imitator. Operatic interlude, 1 act.

Application July 12, 1819, D. Grove, Prompter, For Mr. Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. (as One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement) July 17.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Theatre Royal English Opera House. July 13th. 1819.
 

LA 2105 Walk for a Wager. Musical farce, 2 acts. Richard Brinsley Peake.

Application July 14, 1819, D. Grove, Lyceum. Prod. (as Walk for a Wager; or, A Bailiff's Bet) Aug. 2.
MS: some cancellations. Comp. 1819 (K-D 503, a defective copy):
MS contains passages of dialogue not printed; minor differences.
 

LA 2106 The Promissory Note. Operetta, 1 act. Translated from the French by Samuel James Arnold and Samuel Beazley, Jr. (?).

Application July 24, 1819, S. J. Arnold, Lyceum. Prod. June 29, 1820.
MS. Comp. 1820 (K-D 504): numerous differences.
 

LA 2107 The Singles in London. [The Three Singles in London(?).] Comic drama, 2 acts. [William Thomas Moncrieff?]

No application. [Prod. as The Three Singles in London, Lyceum, July 27, 1819?]
MS: title-page dated 1819.
 

LA 2108 The Brown Man, Songs, &c., in. Samuel James Arnold (?).

No application; dated July 27, 1819. Prod. Lyceum, Aug. 19.
MS: endorsed The following Songs &c that were omitted in the Copy sent (see following entry).
See LA 2183, which includes these songs.
 

LA 2109 The Brown Man. Operatic drama, 2 acts. Translated from the French by Samuel James Arnold (?).

Application July 29, 1819, S. J. Arnold. Prod. Lyceum, Aug. 19.
MS: several songs omitted.
See LA 2183 (there are some minor differences).
 

LA 2110 The Ladies at Home; or, Gentlemen, We Can Do without You. A Female Interlude, 1 act. John Gideon Millingen.

Application July 30, 1819, Daniel Terry, H2. Prod. Aug. 7.
MS. Comp. 1819 (K-D 526): slight differences throughout.
 

LA 2111 The Young Prude. Operetta, 1 act.

Application July 31, 1819, D. Grove, Lyceum. Prod. (as Belles without Beaux; or, The Ladies among Themselves) Aug. 6.
MS.
 

LA 2112 The Chase; or, There and Back Again. Farce, 2 acts.

Application Aug. 9, 1819, Daniel Terry, H2. Prod. (as Belford and Minton; etc.) Aug. 13.
MS: dated, by Larpent(?), Aug. 10; numerous and extensive deletions; cast.
 

LA 2113 Pigeons and Crows. Play, 3 acts. William Thomas Moncrieff [or Theodore Edward Hook?].