Colonel French and the officers of H.M. Twenty-eighth Regiment having signified their intention of visiting this theatre for the last time this evening, the performance will commence with ... The Mountaineers ... to conclude with, by particular desire, the popular burletta, entitled The Mock Catalani in Little Puddleton ... / J. Simmons, T. Simes Simmons, J. (Joseph), 1810-1893

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Simmons, J. (Joseph), 1810-1893
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Colman, George, 1762-1836.; Broadsides - New South Wales.; Nagel, Charles.
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F 3 httt ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1842. UslEiti'Ji and the Officers of H.M. Twenty-eighth Regiment, Having signified their intention of visiting this Theatre for the last time this evening, the Performances will commence with the admired Play, in Three Acts, entitled the MOUNTAINEERS Count Virolet Mr .SPENCER OCTAYIAN . . • MR. NESBITT Killmallock Mr LEE Roque . Mr £j*NTON Lope Tocho ..... .".V. ”Mr 81MES .. MrCHAMB LRS Bulcazin Muley .... Mr GROVE Sadi .... Mr SIMMONS First Muleteer Mr COLLINS Second M,i eteer ... Mr JONhS First Goatherd .. Mr MEREDITH Second Goatherd ..Mr D V RAI ] f Zorayda Mrs THOMSON Fbranthe . ... Mrs O FUAHERTY J Agnes * Mrs KiNOWLbS In the course of the Piece, the following Songs, :- Duet, “ Faint and Wearily," Mrs Knowles and Mr Simmons. Duet, “ Oh happy Tawney Moor," Mrs Knowles and Mr Simmons. Song, “ When the Hollow Drum," Mrs Knowles. A DANCE, BY MR. CHAMBERS. *■0:1 To conclude with , by particular desire, the popular Burletta, entitled Catalan! Dobbs (Mayor of Little Puddleton) William (the Mock Catalan?) Mr bIMMONS Captain O’Leary Mr JONES bpntsail • • • M| G£o\ E P Tibbs (Poet Laureate of Lmle Puddleton) ••••;• John Mr LEE Beadle Mr MEREDITH Town Crier Mr COLLINS Fanny Mrs WALLACE p 0 Uy Mrs KNOWLES Attendants, Soldiers, Citizens, &c. In the course of the Piece, the following Songs, &c. Original, “The Sensitive Plant," Mrs Wallace. Duet, “ Dear Maid,” Mrs Wallace and Mr Simmens. mens. Song,“ Awake my own love,” Mrs Knowles. Song, “The Widow Malone,” Mr Jones. Original, “The pretty Bark Hut in the Bush, Mrs Knowles. . m Original, Song and Chorus, “ Catalani. Song, “ Rise Gentle Moon,” Mrs Wallace. Original, Song and Chorus, “ Wellington,” Mr Jones. Original, “ ’T was but a Dream,” Mrs Wallace. Song, “ Banks of the Blue Moselle,” Mrs Knowles. Original, “ Mock Italian Aria,” Mr Simmons. Grand Finale. Original, by all the Characters. Previous to the commencement of the Burletta, A Farewell Address to the 28th Regiment will be spoken. permission of COLOJVEL FRENCH, THE EXCELLENT BAND OF THE REGIMENT WILL ATTEND. J. SIMMONS, STAGE-MANAGER. T. SIMES, aCTING-MANAGEK. PRINTED AT THE “AUSTRALIAN” OFFICE, COLONNADE, B RIDGE-STREET, SYDNEY. —II ■■■I..II. ■ —■ — - ii iMiiBiiiiitii laiiaiM 1 mi ■ m >uiiiiwwii«r^inirni^tn' >^""J,> ** uu>ti ‘*^ J ■ ■ nMitiaiL.«a4
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