Thomas Lockwood (ed.), The Wesleyan Edition of the Works of Henry Fielding: The Plays, Vol. 3: 1734–1742

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pg 709INDEX OF NAMES, PLACES, AND TOPICS

IN INTRODUCTIONS, TEXT, AND NOTES

(Coverage of topics is selective; many titles in short form; page numbers in italics signify references or quotations within Fielding's text; volume appendices are not indexed)

Abington, Frances, actress 93
Addison, Joseph, Spectator 29 n., 145 n., 312 n., 482 n.
Adolphus, John, Memoirs of John Bannister 93 n., 94 n.
Adventurer in Politicks', see Daily Gazetteer
Aesop 145; 'Cock and Jewel' 315; 'Dog and his Shadow' 272
Amadis of Gaul 72 n.
American Revolutionary War 608 n.
Amhurst, Nicholas 275 n.
Amorevoli, Angelo, singer 462, 464, 466, 484 n., 487 n.
Amory, Hugh 3 n., 516
Andrews, John, Answer to Examination of Church Power 228 n.
Annapolis (colonial), play performed 95
Apology for Dr. Codex 6 n.
Apology for the Life of Mr T[heophilus] C[ibber] 24 n., 389–90, 398, 399 n., 433 n.
Appleton, William W. 377, 383, 391, 429 n., 436 n.
Aristophanes 22, 218, 240, 360, 372, 373, 376; Clouds 22 n.; Knights 386
Aristotle 342
Arnall, William 429
Arne, Michael, composer 509
Arne, Thomas A., composer 319, 465; Squire Badger (later The Sot) 10
Art of Scribling 429 n.
Assembly, social reception 266
Atherton, Miss, actress 8, 26
Auctions, fashionable 153, 425–31
Auditor (newspaper) 87 n. 1
Augusta of Saxe-Gotha, Princess 317
Austrian Succession, War 608
Authentick Memoirs of Cardinal Wolsey 449 n.
Avery, Emmett L., 'Cibber, King John, and the Students of Law' 433 n., 439 n.; 'Dancing and Pantomime on the English Stage' 318 n.; 'Defense and Criticism of Pantomimic Entertainments' 318 n.; 'Proposals for a New London Theatre' 354 n.; 'Shakespeare Ladies Club' 444 n.
Bacchus and Ariadne 24 n.
Baddeley, Robert, actor 510, 524
Baddeley, Sophia, actress 510, 524
Baker, David Erskine, Biographia Dramatica (orig. Companion to the Play-House) 10, 95, 137, 241, 323, 374, 390, 401 n., 512
Baker, Robert, Mad-House 360 n., 431 n.
Baker, Sheridan 324–5
Banerji, H. K. 13, 97, 137, 243, 324, 365 n., 375, 391, 468, 513
Bannet, Eve Tavor 16–17
Bannister, John, actor 93
Barker, Richard Hindry 370 n.
Barnard, Sir John, playhouse bill (1735) 217, 218, 396, 401
Bateman's Tragedy 120
Bateson, F. W. 243, 324, 375, 376
Bath (England), play performed 95
Battestin, Martin C., and Clive T. Probyn, eds., Correspondence of Henry Fielding 358 n., 399 n.
Battestin, Martin C, Henry Fielding (with Ruthe R. Battestin) 2 n., 3 n., 6 n., 15, 85 n., 134 n., 217 n., 218 n., 226 n., 228 n., 232 n., 236 n., 238 n., 246, 305 n., 354 n., 357, 359 n., 378, 392, 395 n., 398 n., 399 n., 402 n., 436 n., 469; ed., Joseph Andrews 462 n.; New Essays by Henry Fielding 7 n., 16
pg 710Beard, John, actor 92, 465, 466, 476, 468
Beaumaunt (Beaumont), Mlle, actress 322, 333
'Beaumont and Fletcher's Ladies' (jocular) 444
Beauties of Fielding 10, 43 n., 96
Beckford, Peter, Thoughts upon Hare and Fox Hunting 55 n.
Bedford Coffee House (London), 136 n.
Bedford, John Russell, 4th Duke 243
Bedlam (Bethlehem Royal Hospital, London) 45 n., 479
Bee (magazine) 253 n., 258 n., 365 n.
Beefeaters (Yeomen of the Guard) 270
Beggar's Pantomime 433 n.
Bell's British Theatre 18, 101–2
Bellman, City (versifier) 436
Bennet, Elizabeth, actress 465, 476
Bennet, Thomas, law dispute with HF 217, 354
Bensley, Robert, actor 510, 524
Berkshire (England) 72 n.
Bevis, Richard 383
Bickerstaff, Isaac, Love in a Village 264 n.
Bickerton, W. 382
Biographia Dramatica, see Baker, David Erskine
Black Act (1723) 72
Black ram, sexual innuendo 72
Blackheath (London) 484 n.
Blakes, Mr, actor 411, 447
Bodens, Charles 305 n.
Bolingbroke, Henry St John, 1st Viscount 275 n.
Booth, Barton, actor and manager 1, 23, 454 n.
Boothby, Mr, actor 322, 333, 334
Boyle, Robert 314
Brack, O. M., Jr., William Kupersmith, and Curt A. Zimansky, eds., Pasquin 244 n., 279 n.
Bramston, James, Man of Taste 60 n.
Bribery, electoral, act against (1729) 260
Bristol (England), play performed 95
'British Amusement' 318–19
British Journal 410 n.
British Stage; or, Exploits of Harlequin 318
'Broad-Bottom coalition' 245
Brown, Jack Richard 359 n.
Brown, Laura 139
Brown, Mrs. J., actress 94 n.
Buckingham, George Villiers, 2nd Duke, Rehearsal 222, 223, 243, 246, 260 n., 325, 375–6
Buckingham St (London) 85, 143
Budgell, Eustace, see Bee
Burgess, Elizabeth, actress 231, 235, 251, 333, 369
Burling, William J. 219 n.
Butler, Elizabeth, actress 135, 147
Butler, Samuel 453
Cadell, Thomas, printer 514
Cajanus, Daniel, 'giant' 2, 23
Cambridge University 396
Campbell, Jill 246, 379
Carey, Henry, Chrononhotonthologos 229 n.; Dragon of Wantley 360, 369 n.; Honest Yorkshire-Man 60 n., 220; Stage Tyrants 220
Carlisle, Charles Howard, 3rd Earl 458 n.
Caroline of Anspach, queen of George II 269 n., 395, 398
Carracci, Annibale, painter 188
Case Between the Managers and their Actors 454 n.
Castiglione, Monsieur, dancer 322, 333
Castro, J. Paul de 354 n.
Cavendish Square (London) 389
Centlivre, Susannah, Basset-Table 153 n.
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de, Don Quixote 1, 3–4, 10, 11, 13, 17, 23, 36, 38, 39, 41, 42, 50, 54 n., 63 n., 64, 75 n., 430; trans. Peter Motteux and revised John Ozell 32 n., 430 n.
Chandler, Samuel, Notes of the Church 301 n.; Old Whig 238
Chapman, Mr, actor 334
Charke, Charlotte, actress 9, 87, 236, 251, 322, 333, 360 n., 368, 370, 387, 411, 424, 433 n., 447; Art of Management 230; Narrative of the Life 230 n., 235
Charles II, king of England 467
Charles VI, Holy Roman emperor 420
Charles Street, Covent Garden (London) 464
Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl 243, 367 n., 372, 392; Characters of Eminent Personages 22 n.; Common Sense 240; HF dedicatee 6–7, 12, 15, 21; speech against licensing bill 240, 396, 397, 401
pg 711Chetwood, William Rufus, DL prompter 436 n.
Chetwynd, William 467
Chevalier D'Industrie Turned Prime Minister 54 n.
Cheyne, W., Edinburgh printer 381
Chichester (W. Sussex) 44 n.
Child, Harold 12 n., 95 n.
Churchill, John, 1st Duke of Marlborough 143
Cibber, Colley 1, 23, 229, 270 n., 322, 364, 370, 376, 417, 430, 453, 454 n.; Apology 361, 367, 389, 390, 401; Caesar in Aegypt 269, 433; in Historical Register 438–40; King John (altered from Shakespeare) 361, 366, 374, 376, 433 and n., 436 n., 437 n.; Lady's Last Stake 96 n.; Love in a Riddle 433
Cibber, Colley, and Sir John Vanbrugh, Provok'd Husband 299 n., 464
Cibber, Susanna, and Catherine Clive, quarrel over parts in Beggar's Opera 361, 365, 374, 432–3, 440
Cibber, Theophilus, actor 1, 3, 7, 8, 85, 132, 135, 138, 147, 229, 230 n., 322; Auction 374; in Historical Register 365, 370, 373–4, 377, 431–3, 440, 436; Lover, 134 n.; in Tumble-Down Dick 330
Clark, Peter 341 n.
Cleary, Thomas 6 n., 15, 134 n., 226 n., 245, 325, 356 n., 378, 392, 468 n.
Clifford's Inn (London) 302
Clinton-Baddeley, V. C. 244, 460 n.
Clive, Catherine 28 n., 106, 322, 355, 361, 374, 476, 505; in Miss Lucy 461, 463, 465, 466, 468, 484 n.; in Virgin Unmask'd 85–99 passim, 432 n.
Cobham, Richard Temple, Viscount 226, 246, 367 n., 378, 392, 452 n.
Cock, Christopher, auctioneer 368, 370, 374, 424
Coffey, Charles, Boarding-School 87, 112, 117 n.; Devil to Pay 91 n., 134 n.
Coke, Sir Edward 63, 292 n.
Cole, Kevin L. 86 n.
Coley, W. B., ed. Champion 367 n., 399 n., 423 n.
Collection of Miscellany Poems 239 n.
Collection of the Most Esteemed Farces, see Bell's British Theatre
Collerd, Mr, actor 334
Colman, George, The Jealous Wife, 511
Columbine Courtezan 91
Common Sense 239–40, 367 n., 380 n., 398, 407
Companion to the Play-House, see Baker, David Erskine
Congreve, William 138; Love for Love 96, 132, 298 n.
Conolly, Mr, Connoisseur 219 n., 312 n.
Contrast, see Hoadly, Benjamin and John
Convocation, Church of England 298
Cook, Edmund, printer 247
Cooke, Thomas, Terence's Comedys, Translated 134 n.
Cooper, Elizabeth, Nobleman 236
Cooper, Thomas, printer 466 n.
Cordonnier, Hyacinthe, Histoire du Prince Titi 395
Corsica 418, 419, 420, 441, 442
Country Madcap (altered from Miss Lucy) 465
Covent Garden (London), 227, 302, 303, 320, 424 n., 467
Covent Garden Theatre 2, 9, 92, 93, 94, 131, 135, 209, 218–24 passim, 233, 260 n., 266 n., 303 n., 317, 319, 321, 322, 335 n., 350, 353, 361, 395, 398, 421 n., 429 n., 433 n.
Coxe, William, Memoirs of Sir Robert Walpole 397 n.
Cradock, Charlotte, HF's wife 85, 217
Cradock, Elizabeth 217
Craftsman (newspaper) 2, 7 n., 16, 69 n., 266 n., 272 n., 275, 276, 362 n., 407, 415 n., 418 n., 420 n., 437 n.
Crane Court (London), 311
Cross, Frances, actress 465, 466
Cross, Richard, actor 91 n., 465, 476
Crown Office (London) 81
Cupid and Psyche 23 n.
Custom House (London) 270
Daily Gazetteer 247 n., 275, 276, 362, 367 n., 371, 407, 408, 410, 428 n., 429 n.; 'Adventurer in Politicks' vs. HF 367, 371–3, 380, 382, 385, 387, 388–9, 420 n.
pg 712Daily Journal 24 n., 144 n., 261 n., 291 n., 357, 407 n.; 'Occasional Prompter' 398 n., 433 n., 440 n.
Dance, James, see Love, James
Dauphin of France 370
Davenport, Mr and Mrs, actors 9 n.
Davies, Thomas, actor and author 369, 387, 411, 447; Dramatic Miscellanies 433 n.; 'Life of George Lillo', 236; Memoirs of David Garrick 220, 308 n., 341 n., 350 n., 366, 370, 385, 406 n.
Debt law abuses 293–4
Debt, national 272
Defeat of Apollo 356, 357
Defoe, Daniel 174 n.; Moll Flanders 532 n.
Dibdin, Charles, Complete History of the Stage 11, 41 n., 96, 137, 241, 323, 324; 374, 390, 401 n.; The Quaker 10, 41 n., 43 n., 48 n.
Dibdin, Thomas 102
Dicks' British Drama 102
Diderot, Denis 139
Digeon, Aurélien 13
Dignum, Charles, actor 264 n.
Discourse on Witchcraft 255 n.
Dobson, Austin 12, 88 n., 97, 137, 234 n., 242, 243, 374–5, 390–1, 468
Doctors' Commons (London) 348
Dodd, James William, actor 510, 524
Dodsley, Robert, King and Miller of Mansfield 371, 372, 396, 407
Dolder, Ernst 12 n.
Donaldson, Ian 244 n., 325
Dormer, J. ('Joseph'), Female Rake 229 n., 236
Dove, Michael, actor 357 n.
Downfall of Bribery 6 n., 270 n.
Downie, J. A. 6 n., 16, 226 n., 246, 367 n., 368 n., 378, 380, 452 n.
Dramatick Sessions 10 n.
Dreadful Guilt of Bribery 6 n.
Drury Lane (London) 289 n., 302
Drury Lane Theater 1, 2, 8, 9, 12, 23, 24 n., 85–94 passim, 131, 135, 218–29 passim, 231, 260 n., 264 n., 297, 303 n., 305 n., 317, 318, 319, 322, 335, 336, 343, 348–56 passim, 361, 365, 371 n., 383, 391, 395, 397, 400, 406, 421 n., 431 n., 432 n., 433 n., 436 n., 438 n., 440 n., 462, 463, 465, 466 n., 509, 521 n.
Drury, Robert, Rival Milliners 3 n., 331 n., 357 n., 436 n.
Dryden, John 222, 298; Spanish Friar 219 n.
Ducrocq, Jean, Théâtre de Fielding 14, 98, 138, 244, 245, 247, 325, 377, 378, 391
Dudden, F. Homes 13, 15, 97 n., 138, 243–4, 324, 356 n., 376, 391, 469, 506 n., 513
Duncombe, John 232 n.
Dunstall, John, actor 92
Du Plessis's Memoirs 66 n.
Durant, Jack D. 513
D'Urfey, Thomas 318; Comical History of Don Quixote 4, 9 n., 33 n.; Love for Money 87
East Grinstead (W. Sussex) 484 n.
East Stour (Dorset) 44 n., 217
Effectual Scheme for preventing Street Robberies 174 n.
Egerton, Mrs, actress 8, 25, 219 n., 230 n., 231, 251, 333, 334
Egmont, John Perceval, 1st Earl, Diary 233 n., 371, 385, 388, 390, 410 n.
Egotist 370 n.
Election, or Bribes on Both Sides (altered from Pasquin) 229 n.
England's Genius 160 n.
English Stage Italianiz'd 318
Epilogues, convention of 28 and n
Erasmus, Desiderius, Moriae Encomium 435 n.
Este, Thomas, actor 91, 106
Exact Description of Harlequin Doctor Faustas 308 n.
Exchange, see Royal Exchange
Exchange (Change) Alley 483
Excise Commission (London) 270
Fall of Phaeton, see Pritchard, William
Farinelli (Carlo Broschi), singer 129 n., 215 n., 224, 229, 234, 266, 312, 355, 362, 363, 367, 379, 423, 464
Farquhar, George, Beaux' Stratagem 357;
Recruiting Officer 195 n.; Twin Rivals 357
Fawkes's Theatre (London) 308
Female Free Mason 360 n., 369 n.
Ferguson, Miss, actress 333
Festival of the Golden Rump (print) 398
pg 713Fielding, Charles 354
Fielding, Henry: advertising and publicity techniques as manager 220, 234–5; and authorship of Craftsman 2 n., 7 n., 15–16; and 'Broad Bottom' 226, 242–3, 246, 378, 380; as character in own plays 225–6; and Colley Cibber 389, 438–40; and damning of plays 29 and n., 135–6, 144 and n., 437–8; debate with 'Adventurer in Politicks' 371–3; on dedications 283–7, 329–31, 405–6; earnings from plays 236; and Garrick 461–3; 'Great Mogul' company organizer 217–21, 353–61; and Licensing Act 394–402; new theatre proposal 354–5; patronage 6–7, 15, 134; on political corruption 5–6, 21–2, 225, 242–3, 366–8; rehearsal form 222–4, 362–3; retires to country 217; and John Rich 321–2, 329–31; on stage corruption 224, 227, 318–21; and Walpole 366, 368, 372, 384–7
I. Works in this Volume:
Don Quixote in England (1734): composition 1–3; critical history 10–17; dedication 6–7; production and stage history 7–10; sources 3–6; textual history 17–18; other refs 91, 109 n., 218, 219, 225, 230 n., 287 n., 366, 368, 416 n., 443 n., 506
Eurydice Hiss'd (1737): composition 383; critical history 388–94; production and reception 387; satire on Walpole and excise bill 385–7; sources and themes 383–7; other refs 309 n., 325, 363, 367, 371, 372, 394, 396, 398
Fathers (1778; orig. Good-Natured Man): critical history 510–14; date of composition 503–4; didacticism 14; Garrick and Sheridan's preparation of script for staging 515–17; Larpent MS. version 515–16; MS. loss and recovery 504–6; production and reception 508–10; sources 507–8; textual problems 514–18; other refs 218, 461
Historical Register (1737): background 353–61; composition 361–2; critical history 371–80; dedication 372–3, 399–400; production and reception 368–71; sources and themes 362–8; text 380–83; other refs 14, 153 n. 241, 287 n., 384–99 passim, 401 n., 418 n., 450 n.
Miss Lucy in Town (1742): authorship 461–3; composition 462; critical history 466–9; Larpent MS. 471; sources 462–5; supposed prohibition by Lord Chamberlain 466, 468–9; stage history 465–6; text 469–71; and Virgin Unmask'd 461, 462, 463, 464, 465, 468, 482 n.; other refs 240
Pasquin (1736): background 217–21; composition 221–3; critical history 237–47; production, advertising, and stage history 229–37; sources and themes 221–8; text 247–8; other refs 14, 17, 117 n., 144 n., 319 n., 321, 322–5 passim, 329, 330, 353–79 passim, 384, 386, 387, 388, 401, 405, 413, 417 n., 425 n., 441 n., 455, 459, 466, 467
Tumble-Down Dick (1736): composition 317; critical history 323–5; dedication 218, 220, 233, 308 n.; and Fall of Phaeton 319–21; and Marforio 321–2; production 322–3; sources 318–19; text 326; other refs 231, 235, 238 n., 287 n., 290 n., 307 n., 308 n., 367, 384, 405, 428 n., 454 n.
Universal Gallant (1735): composition 131–2; critical history 136–40; dedication to Marlborough 134, 286 n.; and Modern Husband 133–4, 138, 139; production and reception 135–6; sources 132–3; text 140; other refs 86, 246 n., 254 n., 259 n., 262 n., 287 n., 355, 438, 506
Virgin Unmask'd (1735): composition 85; Clive's role in conception 85, 87–8; critical history 95–9; and Miss Lucy in Town, see that entry; production and stage history 91–5; revisions 89–90; sources 86–9; textual history 99–102; other refs 229 n., 233, 258 n.
II. Other Works:
Plays: Author's Farce 2, 3, 7, 8, 15, 17 n., 21 n., 22 n., 28 n., 38 n., 91, 131, 145 n., 223, 224, 227, 229, 230 n., 231, 244, 312 n., 321, 322, 367, 370 n., 381, 385, 428 n., 438 n.; Coffee-House Politician (Rape upon Rape) 14, 15, 22 n., 138, 139, 223, 230 n., 342 n., 420 n.; Covent-Garden Tragedy 8, 17 and n., 98, 135, 223, 230 n., 314 n., 320; 339 n., 381, 392, 464, 468, 477 n.; Eurydice 320 n., 355, 356, 361, 384, 387, 392, 394, 415 n., 448, 453, 455, 458 n., 459, 464, 469; pg 714Grub-Street Opera 3, 223, 284 n., 364; Intriguing Chambermaid 2, 7, 8, 91, 93, 95, 131, 230 n., 286 n., 308 n.; Letter-Writers 6, 28 n., 89, 98, 133, 223, 230 n., 231, 346 n., 381, 506; Lottery 6, 14, 86, 89, 93, 95, 97, 101, 223, 229 n., 377, 465, 479 n.; Love in Several Masques 1, 33 n., 132, 133, 135, 287 n., 428 n.; Miser 2, 17, 28 n., 88, 91, 138, 189 n., 248, 463, 465; Mock Doctor 91, 95, 227, 230 n., 286 n., 312 n., 405 n.; Modern Husband 14, 22 n., 86, 132, 145 n., 162 n., 223, 287 n., 297 n., 365, 366, 378, 449 n., 464, 513; Old Debauchees 6, 28 n., 89, 230 n.; Temple Beau 1, 82 n., 98, 133, 200 n., 218, 283 n., 315 n., 506, 513; Tom Thumb, 94, 117 n., 243, 303 n., 321, 383, 392, 417 n.; Tragedy of Tragedies 17 n., 21 n., 223, 229, 230 n., 231, 255 n., 283 n., 321, 381; Wedding Day 27 n., 282 n., 283 n., 461, 503–4, 516; Welsh Opera 15, 223, 230 n., 269 n., 366, 368, 462
Miscellanies, Volume I: Essay on the Knowledge of Characters of Men 508 n., 513; 'Interlude between Jupiter, Juno, Apollo, and Mercury' 320 n.; 'Of Good-Nature' 508; 'Part of Juvenal's Sixth Satire, Modernized' 254 n., 424 n.; Preface 461, 503–4; 'Sailor's Song' 360 n.; 'To the same. Anno 1731' 449 n.; 'Some Papers Proper to be Read before the Royal Society' 312 n.; Of True Greatness 400 n.
Miscellanies, Volume II: Journey from this World to the Next 24 n.
Prose Fiction: Amelia 266 n., 342 n.; Jonathan Wild (Misc iii) 567 n.; Joseph Andrews 5 n., 12, 21 n., 22 n., 34 n., 137, 188 n., 228, 266 n., 275 n., 305 n., 326, 342 n., 382, 424 n., 461, 469, 484 n., 503, 567 n.; Shamela 99, 287 n., 461; Tom Jones 5, 27 n., 28 n., 62 n., 101, 260 n., 307 n., 308 n., 312 n., 342 n., 415 n., 416 n., 421 n., 453 n., 511, 525–6
Other Prose: 'Mum Budget' essay in Common Sense 399, 418 n.; 'Occasional Prompter' essay (attributed) in Daily Journal 398 n.; The Opposition 461; 'Pasquin' letter in Common Sense 367, 372, 388, 398, 399; Vindication of the Dutchess of Marlborough 461
Other Poetry: epilogue for Miller's Modish Couple 305 n.; epilogue for Theobald's Orestes 28 n.
Translations: of Aristophanes' Plutus (with William Young) 22 n.
Collections: Dramatic Works (1755), nonce collection issued by Millar 101, 326, 382, 470; Dramatick Works (1742–50), nonce collection issued by Watts 326, 382; Works, ed. Murphy (1762) 46 n., 101, 140, 383, 462, 470
Fielding, Edmund, HF's father 238 n.
Fielding, Sir John, HF's half-brother 504, 509, 516, 517, 523
Fielding, Sarah, David Simple 144 n.
Fleet Prison (London) 283 n.
Fleet Street (London) 351
Fleetwood, Charles, DL manager 2, 3, 85, 131 n., 135, 218, 220, 230, 350, 355, 357, 365, 377, 399, 400, 406, 431 n., 432 n., 433 n., 436 n., 462, 470
Fog's Weekly Journal 2 n., 140 n., 258 n., 270 n., 271 n., 357
Foote, Samuel 469
Forman, Charles, Letter to Sir Robert Walpole 63 n.
Foster, Sir Michael, Examination of Church-Power 228, 238, 293 n., 300 n.
Foundling Hospital for Wit 505 n.
Foxon, David 381 n.
France 420
Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales 233, 317, 322, 325, 329, 368, 385, 387, 395
Free Briton 429 n.
Freeman, Mr, actor 231, 251, 333
Fuller, Thomas, Gnomologia 21 n., 284 n.
Furnival's Inn (London) 302
Gagey, Edmund McAdoo 13, 97, 324, 469
Galen, physician 63
Garrick, David 92, 231, 237; and Fathers 503–4, 505–6, 508–9, 515–22 passim; Lethe 462–3; and Miss Lucy 461, 462; pg 715prologue and epilogue of Fathers 525–6, 527–8, 608 n.
Gay, John, Beggar's Opera 223, 229, 293 n., 353, 361, 370, 386, 395, 465 n., 517 n.; Polly 394–5; What d'Ye Call It 393
Gazetteer and New Daily Advertiser 509 n., 510 n., 511
General Advertiser 9 n., 229 n.
General Evening Post, 2 n., 514
Genest, John, Some Account of the English Stage 11, 89 n., 96, 97, 137, 241, 323, 373 n., 374, 390, 468, 512
Genoa 418 n.
Gentleman's Magazine 24 n., 234 n., 240 n., 308 n., 340 n., 362, 450 n.
George II, king of England 368, 395, 398
Gherardi, Evaristo, Arlequin Phaéton 324
Gibraltar 31
Giffard, Henry, actor and manager 311 n., 398, 399, 400
Giffard, William, adaptation of King Arthur 266 n.
Gilbert, Thomas, View of the Town 228
Gin Act (1736) 340, 356
Gnutzmann, Rita 16 n.
Godden, G. M. 277 n.
Godly Warning to all Maidens 120 n.
Goede, C. A. G., Stranger in England 94 n.
Goggin, L. P. 513
Golden Rump (play) 397, 398, 399, 401
Goldgar, Bertrand, ed., Eurydice 356, 453 n., 458 n.; Walpole and the Wits 6 n., 15, 22 n., 368; 'Why Was Eurydice Hissed?' 356 n.
Goldsmith, Oliver 512; Good-Natur'd Man 509
Gonson, Sir John, Five Charges to Several Grand Juries 174 n.
Goodman's Fields Theatre 1, 4, 92, 217, 218, 220 n., 233, 311 n., 400, 461, 462, 463
Gordon, Thomas, Dedication to a Great Man 286 n.; Powers Claim'd by the Hierarchy 300 n.
Grafton, Charles FitzRoy, 2nd Duke, Lord Chamberlain 395, 466–7, 468, 470
Grand Tour of Europe 567, 569–72
Gravesend 345
'Great Mogul', HF mock title 11, 163, 219, 220, 232 n., 233 n., 354, 356, 358
Green, Jane, see Hippisley, Jane
Green, Matthew, Spleen 295 n.
Greene, John T., and Gladys L. H. Clark, Dublin Stage 94 n.
Griffin, Benjamin, actor 135, 138, 147
Grosvenor Square (London) 389, 583
Grubstreet, 'Society' 311
Guthrie, James 456 n.
Hallam, Adam, actor 8, 26
Hallam, Thomas, actor 91 n.
Halsband, Robert 354 n.
Hanover Square (London) 389
Harlequin Orpheus 91
Harlequin Restored 257 n.
Harlequin a Sorcerer 344, 348 n.
Harper, John, actor 91, 106, 135, 147, 350 n.
Harris, James, HF friend 402 n.
Harris, Michael 276 n.
Haselwood, Joseph, Secret History of the Green-Room 95 n., 264 n.
Hatchett, William 369; Rehearsal of Kings 355, 358, 359, 360 n., 361
Haughton, Hannah, actress 92
Havard, William, King Charles the First 396, 401
Hayes, John, HF friend 222, 223
Hayman, Francis 319
Haymarket Opera House, see King's Theatre
Haymarket Theatre (London) 9, 10, 94, 229
Haywood, Eliza, 358, 359 n., 360 n., 369, 387, 411, 447, 468; Betsy Thoughtless 400
Haywood, 'Mother', brothel keeper 464, 466, 467, 477
Hazlitt, William 94
Heidegger, John James 60 n.
Henley, John ('Orator') 136 n., 220
Heron, Mary, actress 135, 147
Hervey, John Hervey, 1st Baron Ickworth, 134 n., 277 n., 367 n., 401 n.; Memoirs 5, 437 n. 452 n.
Hewson, Mr, actor 8, 26
Hicks, Mr, actor 26
Hide, Mrs, actress 26
Highmore, John 1, 2, 3
pg 716Hill, Aaron 131 n., 233 n.; letter on Rehearsal of Kings 359–60; Prompter 224, 225 n., 227 n., 232–3, 237–8, 241, 317, 325; Zara, adapted from Voltaire 297
Hill, John 290 n; The Actor 93 n.; Answer to John Rich 341 n.
Hindon (Wilts) 44 n.
Hippisley, Elizabeth, actress 92
Hippisley, Jane (later Green), actress 92, 463
Historical, Political, and Literary Register 96 n.
Historical Register (journal) 362, 380
Hoadly, Benjamin, Bishop of Winchester 221; Plain Account of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper 228
Hoadly, Benjamin (younger) and John, The Contrast 221, 222, 225, 237, 255 n., 329 n., 370 n.
Hoadly, John 231, 370, 385, 505 n.
Hogarth, William 234; Four Times of the Day 253; Harlot's Progress 314 n.; 'Strolling Actresses' 242
Holborn (London) 302
Holliday, Elizabeth, actress 131, 135, 147
Honest Electors 6 n.
Hopkins, Elizabeth, actress 510, 524
Horace, Ars Poetica 19, 282, 457
House of Commons, as double entendre 262, 268, 437, 439, 450
Hughes, Leo 318 n.
Hume, Robert D., Henry Fielding and the London Theatre 2 n., 3, 6 n., 15, 24 n., 85, 98, 139, 217, 218, 219, 220 n., 226 n., 227 n., 231, 232, 233 n., 236 n., 245–6, 324 n., 325, 353, 354 n., 355, 356 n., 357 n., 360 n., 379, 392, 395 n., 396, 398 n., 399 n., 400 n., 401, 402 n., 421 n., 464 n., 469, 504, 514
Hume, Robert D., and Judith Milhous, 'Edward Phillips and the Authorship of Marforio' 233 n.
Humours of a Country Election 225
Hunter, J. Paul 244–5, 247, 378, 392
Hyde Park (London) 340, 428
Inns of Court (London) 389, 439 n.
Irwin, Michael 14, 138 n., 244 n., 376, 469, 513
Jackson, John, History of the Scottish Stage 348 n.
Jacob, Giles, Common Law Common-Plac'd 63 n.; New Law Dictionary 81 n.
Johnes, Thomas, MP 505, 515–6, 521
Johnson, Odai, and William J. Burling, Colonial American Stage 10 n., 95 n.
Johnson, Samuel, Dictionary 296 n., 427 n.
Johnson, Samuel (of Cheshire), Hurlothrumbo 309
Johnstone, H. Diack 221, 222 n.
Jones, Miss J., actress 231, 235, 251, 264 n., 369, 411
Jones, Miss, actress 26, 333, 334
Jones, Mr, actor 8, 26, 219 n., 230, 231, 251, 264 n., 322, 333, 369, 411, 447
Jonson, Ben 298, 308, 314, 375, 439 n.; Cynthia's Revels 435 n.
Jordan, Dora, actress 93, 94, 95, 99, 102
Jordan's Elixir of Life 94 n.
'Judgment of the Queen of Common Sense' (print) 234, 236
Juvenal 99, 367, 389
Kawer, Miss, actress 411
Keightley, Thomas 11, 242, 374
Kelly, John 357 and n.; Fall of Bob 356; The Plot 95, 100; Timon in Love 131 n.
Kemble, Elizabeth, actress 94
Kennington Common (London) 464, 484
Kent (England), play performed 95
Kern, Jean B. 14 n., 378 n.
Key and Garter, inn (London) 160
Key to Pasquin 233–4
King and Titi 360 n., 394, 395, 398, 401 n.
King, Thomas, actor 509, 510, 524, 525
King's Bench Court (London) 301 n., 350 n., 354
King's Coffee House (London) 253, 339, 340
King's Theatre (Haymarket Opera House) 8 n., 60 n., 92, 484 n.
Kingsway Theatre (London) 95
Kinservik, Matthew J. 246 n.
Kirkman, J. T., Memoirs of Charles Macklin, 137, 253
Kouli Khan, emperor of Persia 355, 358
Lacy, Mrs, actress 411
Lacy, James, actor, 230–1, 234, 251, 322, 333, 357, 368, 387, 411, 447; Fame 360
Lacy, John, actor 222
Laguerre, John, actor 87 n., 91, 106
pg 717Langford, Paul 458 n.
Larpent Collection (Huntington Library), 515
Law forms in English, act requiring (1733) 292
Law Quibbles 292 n., 294 n.
Lawrence, Frederick 11, 88, 96, 97, 98, 137, 241, 323 n., 374, 390, 468, 512
Law-Visions 294 n.
Le Sage, Alain-René, Gil Blas 195 n.
Lee, Nathaniel 298
Leeds (England), play performed 95
Leiden (Netherlands) 23
Lenten closing of theatres 8, 232, 359 n.
Leslie (Lesley), Charles 240 n.
L'Estrange, Sir Roger, Fables of Aesop 145 n.
Letter to a Certain Patentee 331 n.
Letter to Colley Cibber on King John 438 n.
Letters from a Moor at London 387 n.
Letter to a Noble Lord 240, 462, 466–8
Lewis, Peter, Fielding's Burlesque Drama 246, 266 n., 318, 320, 325, 327, 393; 'Three Notes on Fielding's Plays' 436 n.
Licensing Act (1737) 229, 240, 241, 353, 372, 374, 379, 410 n., 466; and HF 394–402
Lillo, George, Fatal Curiosity 229, 235, 236, 323, 368, 369, 383, 387; London Merchant 229 n.
Limehouse (London) 351
Lincoln's Inn Fields Theatre 8 n., 9, 92, 219, 220 n., 224 n., 229, 232 n., 239 n., 331 n., 357 n., 360 n., 395, 396, 399, 421, 433 n.
Lindner, Felix, 12 n., 97 n.
Lister, G., bookseller 102
Liston, John, actor 94
Little Haymarket Theatre 2, 3, 7, 9, 10, 12, 216 n., 218–34 n. passim, 242, 243, 279 n., 321, 353–8 passim, 360, 369, 378, 384, 388, 396, 400, 421, 433 n., 436 n., 452 n.
Locke, John 314
Lockwood, Thomas, 'Did Fielding Write for The Craftsman?' 7 n.; 'Fielding and the Licensing Act' 398 n., 399 n., 400 n.; 'Fielding from Stage to Page' 99 n.; 'Great Off-Stage Performances by James Lacy' 231 n.; 'John Kelly's 'Lost' Play 356 n., 357 n.; 'New Essay by Fielding' 398 n.; 'William Hatchett, A Rehearsal of Kings, and Panton St. Puppet Show' 358 n.
Loftis, John 14, 97, 138, 244
London Chronicle 506 n., 510 n., 511 n., 514, 515, 516 n.
London Daily Post 131, 135, 140 n., 219 n., 230 n., 231–35 passim, 247 n., 254 n., 269 n., 317, 322, 326, 327, 331 n., 381, 382, 432 n.
London Gazette 152 n.
London Journal 89 n., 275 n.
London Magazine 89 n., 240 n., 362
London Stage (1826) 102
Lord Chamberlain, see Grafton, Charles FitzRoy
Lordly Husband 360 n.
Lottery (1741) 464, 486
Love, James (James Dance), actor 9 n.
Lowder (Lowther), Mr, actor 231, 251, 322, 333, 334, 411, 447
Lowe, Thomas, actor 93, 465, 476
Lucan, Pharsalia 269
Lucian 23 n., 99; Sale of Philosophies 365, 375
Luxury, Pride and Vanity, the Bane of the British Nation 60 n.
Lynn, E., printer 234 n.
Lyttelton, George 226, 243, 246, 367 n., 368, 371, 378, 380, 392; Letters from a Persian in England 228, 246, 293 n., 294 n., 300 n., 453 n.
McCrea, Brian 15, 245
McGinley, Kevin J. 341 n.
Macheath turn'd Pyrate 360 n., 394, 395, 398, 401 n.
Machen, Mr, actor 26, 219 n., 231, 236, 251, 333, 411, 447
Machiavelli, Niccolo 409, 454 n.
Macklin, Charles, actor 3, 8, 12, 26, 27 n., 91, 92, 106, 137, 465, 476; Covent-Garden Theatre 237
Macklin, Mrs (Charles), actress 465, 476
pg 718Mall, St James's Park (London) 158
Mandeville, Bernard, The Virgin Unmask'd 86
Mann, Horace 465
Marivaux, Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de 216 n.
Marlborough, Charles Spencer, 3rd Duke 134 n., 143
Marlborough, Sarah Churchill, Duchess 369
Martin, Mrs, actress 26
Masquerades 70, 153
Memorials and Characters 21 n.
Merlin's Cave (Richmond) 266, 303
Methuselah 119
Middle Temple (London) 399
Middlesex, Charles Sackville, 3rd Earl 464, 484
Milborne Port (Somerset) 44 n.
Milhous, Judith, and Robert D. Hume, 'Construing and Misconstruing Farinelli' 215 n.
Millar, Andrew, HF's publisher 101, 462, 469
Miller, Henry Knight, Essays on Fielding's Miscellanies 312 n., 508 n.
Miller, James, Coffee-House 463; Harlequin-Horace 224 n., 321, 329 n., 429 n.; Hospital for Fools 381; Humours of Oxford 255 n., 282 n.; Man of Taste 131, 134 n., 215 n., 216 n., 285 n.; Modish Couple 29 n., 144 n., 305; Mother-in-Law 2 n., 3 n.; Seasonable Reproof 224 n.; Universal Passion 440 n., 444 n.
Milliners' shops as brothels 153
Mills, William, actor 135, 147, 297 n.
Minors, Sybilla, actress 9
Mirrour 357 n.
Miscellanies, see Pope, Alexander
Mitchell, Joseph, Familiar Epistle to Walpole 7 n.
Mob in Despair 357 n.
Molière, Jean Baptiste Poquelin de 14, 139, 216 n., 439 n.; École des femmes 99; École des maris 132 n.; Fourberies de Scapin 98, 443 n.
Monmouth Street (London) 495
Montagu, John, 4th Earl of Sandwich, Voyage round the Mediterranean 36 n.
Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley 354
Moorfields (London) 484 n.
Moria (Folly) 435
Morning Chronicle 229 n., 510 n., 511, 514
Morning Post and Daily Advertiser 509 n., 510 n., 570 n.
Mottley, John, 'Compleat List of Dramatic Poets' 370 n., 468; Survey of London and Westminster 456 n.
Mullart, William, actor 3, 8, 26
Mum (political ballad) 240
Murphy, Arthur, Apprentice 264 n.; essay on HF for Works (1762), 10, 137, 217, 240–1, 373, 390, 470; Spooler 373
'Muscovita, La', see Panichi, Lucia
Museum 240 n.
Neale, Charles, actor 465, 476
Needham, 'Mother' Elizabeth, brothel-keeper 185 n., 314 n.
Nettleton, G. H. 241 n., 242
Neuhoff, Theodor von, pretended king of Corsica 355, 361–2, 418
Newton, Isaac 314
Nichols, Charles W. 248, 383; 'Fielding's Satire on Pantomime' 324 n.; 'Fielding's Tumble-Down Dick 320 n., 324; 'Note on Stage-Mutineers' 431 n.; 'Social Satire in Pasquin and Historical Register' 243 n., 375, 423 n.
Nichols, John, Literary Anecdotes of the 18th Century 512, 516 n.
Nicoll, Allardyce 13, 97, 243, 324, 375
Norwich (England), play performed 95
Nourse, John, bookseller 399
O'Brien, John 209 n., 308 n., 318 n., 380
Observations on the Present Plan of Peace 276 n.
'Occasional Prompter', see Daily Journal
Odell, Thomas 219
Old Bailey Sessions papers 160 n.
Old Common Sense 276 n.
Old Tennis Court, James St (London) 308 n.
Old Whig 228, 300 n.
Oldfield, Anne, actress 454 n.
Olympic Theatre (London) 229 n.
Opera singers, craze for 129, 215 224, 350, 355
Ordinary (chaplain) of Newgate 456
Ottoman Empire 419
Otway, Thomas, Venice Preserved 85, 90, 393
pg 719Ovid, Metamorphoses 338, 347; Tristia 141
Oxford University 47, 396, 567
Oxlade, William, printer 18, 101
Pagliaro, Harold 16, 98, 139, 246, 325, 379, 393–4, 469, 514
Palaprat, Jean de, Arlequin Phaéton 324
Pall Mall (London) 389
Panichi, Lucia ('La Muscovita') 464, 466, 484 n.
Pantomime entertainments 209, 308, 318–19, 321–2
Parfitt, G.-E. 13 n.
Parliament House (London) 479
Parsons, William, actor 510, 524
Paulson, Ronald, Don Quixote in England 16 n.; Hogarth's Graphic Works 234 n.; Life of Henry Fielding 16, 99, 139, 246, 380
Pelham, Henry 396
Pendarves, Mary Granville 229–30, 233, 370
Percy, Hugh, 1st Duke of Northumberland 523
Persian Letters, Continued 70 n., 300 n.
Phenix, Mr, actor 334
Philadelphia, play performed 95
Philips, George, Lex Parliamentaria 44 n.
Phillips, Edward, Marforio 221, 233, 238 n., 321, 330 n.; Royal Chace 266 n.; Stage-Mutineers 117 n., 260 n., 431 n.
Phillips, Thomas 236
Phillips, Mrs William, actress 92
Pitt, James 275 n.
Pitt, William (Elder) 226, 243, 246, 368, 378
Plato, Republic 34
Poet Laureatship 270, 453, 456
Polish Succession, War, see Vienna, Treaty
Pope, Alexander 233; Donne's 4th satire 209; Dunciad 227, 273 n., 318, 372, 376, 377; Epistle to Arbuthnot 167 n.; Horace, Epistles I. vi 241; Miscellanies (with Swift) 263 n.; Rape of the Lock 393
Popple, William, Double Deceit 260 n.; Lady's Revenge 136 n., 144 n., 153 n.; Prompter 135, 136 n., 260 n., 319
Porter, Mary, actress 454 n.
Pote, Joseph, Guide des étrangers 279 n., 298 n.
Potter, John, Little Haymarket building
owner 219, 395, 400
Potter, Tiffany, 246 n.
Poultry Compter (London prison) 88
Price, Lawrence M. 248 n.
Pritchard, William Fall of Phaeton 317, 318, 319–20, 322, 323, 325, 336 n., 347
Prologues, convention of 27 and n.
Prompter (newspaper), 29 n., 95, 129 n., 135, 136 n., 216 n., 224, 260 n., 297 n., 311 n., 312 n., 319, 324, 453 n.
Public Advertiser 465 n., 507 n., 509 and n., 510 n., 514
Public Ledger, 510 n., 511
Pullen, Mr, actor 231, 236, 251, 334, 411, 447
Pulteney, William 275 n., 340 n., 366 n.
Quadrille (card game) 150
Quavers and Capers (altered from Virgin Unmask'd) 94
Quin, James, actor 135, 145, 147, 350 n.
Quinault, Philippe, Phaéton 324
Rabelais 22 n., 376
Ralph, James 220, 395; Astrologer 231, 236; Touchstone 60 n., 424 n.
Rape of Proserpine 344, 349 n.
Ray, John, actor 465
Read's Weekly Journal 152 n.
Reed, Isaac 390
Rehearsal of Kings, see Hatchett, William
Rehearsal, see Buckingham
Reynaud, Martine 377 n.
Ribble, Frederick G. 232 n.; 'Fielding, the Hoadlys, and the Composition of Pasquin', 221 n., 222 n., 225 n., 231 n., 232 n., 237 n-, 255 n., 296 n., 370 n.; 'New Light on Fielding' 400 n.
Ribble, Frederick G., and Anne G. Ribble, Fielding's Library 23 n.
Rich, Christopher 331 n.
Rich, John 135, 220, 221, 224, 233 n., 234, 236, 260 n., 318, 320, 324, 325, 341 n., 348 n., 349 n., 350, 353, 355 n., 357, 360 n., 366, 399, 421 n., 429 n., 443, 454; HF's dedication 320–31; and HF's Good-Natured Man 218, 219, 504; Necromancer 344; Orpheus and Eurydice 290 n.; Perseus and Andromeda 209, 304 n., 308 n.; as plagiarist 290
Richardson, Samuel 97
Richmond (England), play performed 95
Ridotto (entertainment) 208, 265
Rigadoon dance 291
pg 720Rival Captains 235 n.
Rivero, Albert J. 246, 379
Roberts, James, printer 17 n., 380, 381, 382
Roberts, John, actor 3, 8, 26, 219 n., 224 n., 230, 231, 234, 251, 253, 322, 333, 357, 368, 385, 387, 411, 417 n., 447
Robinson, Christopher 365 n.
Robinson, Sir Thomas 458 n.
Rogers, Pat 15, 44 n., 138, 245, 378, 392
Rogers, Winfield 243, 376
Roland, Catherine Violanta 289 n.
Romps, girlish play 177
Roscoe, Thomas 374
Rosenfeld, Sybil 95 n.
Rosoman, Thomas, actor 321, 322, 333
Rowe, Nicholas 298
Royal College of Physicians (London) 295 n., 296, 302 n.
Royal Exchange (London) 174, 351
Royal Society 311–12
Russel, Richard (Grub-Street Journal) 238
Sadler's Wells (London) 298, 304–5, 356
Sailor's Opera 360 n., 369
St Croix (colonial), play performed 95
St James's Chronicle 509 n., 511 n.
St James's Evening Post 2 n., 17 n., 140 n.
St James's Palace (London) 269 n.
St James's parish (London) 185, 486
St James's Park (London) 70 n., 279
St Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside (London) 200
Salmon, Thomas, Modern History 31 n.
Salway, Thomas, actor 87, 91, 92, 106
Sawney and Colley 230 n.
Sawyer, Paul 341 n.
Scarborough, Richard Lumley, 2nd Earl 452 n.
Scott, Isabella, actress 92
Scott, Sir Walter, Journal 323 n.; Woodstock 323
Scouten, A. H. 139
Sedgwick, Romney, The House of Commons 46 n., 51 n.
Seedo (Sidow or Sydow), Mr, musician and director 3
Sellery, J'nan 377
Seneca, Epistles 21
Senesino (Francesco Bernardi), singer 215 n.
Serces, James, Popery an Enemy to Scripture 301 n.
Seymour, Richard, Compleat Gamester 482 n.
Shadwell, Thomas, Squire of Alsatia 507–8
Shaftesbury (Dorset) 44 n., 217, 354
Shakespeare 224, 236, 298, 308, 314, 374, 439 and n., 440; Cymbeline 444 n.; 2 Henry IV 431 n.; Henry V 444 n.; 1 Henry VI 444 n.; King John 369, 433 n., 437, 438, 439, 444 n.; Merchant of Venice 465 n.; Othello 336, 465; Richard II 444 n.; Richard III 461
'Shakespeare Ladies' (club) 433 n., 444
Shelton, Thomas, trans. Don Quixote 430 n.
Shepard, Charles, actor 91, 106
Sherburn, George 227 n., 376
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley 508–9, 512, 515, 516, 517, 518, 522, 608 n.; Critic 241, 460 n.; School for Scandal, 509–10
Sherwin, 'Master', actor 333
Shipley, John B. 395 n.
Shuter, Edward, actor 9, 93
Sir Peevy Pet 358, 359, 360 n.
Skerrett, Maria 369 n.
Smith, Dane Farnsworth 243
Smith, George Barnett 12
Smith, Mr, actor 231, 251, 322, 333, 334, 370, 385, 411
Smithfield Market (London) 266
Smock Alley Theatre (Dublin) 95, 229 n.
Smollett, Tobias 15
Socrates 22
Soho Rep Theatre (New York) 356 n.
Sokoljanskij, Mark G. 14 n., 244 n., 377 n.
Somersetshire (England) 69, 566
Southwark Fair (London) 9
Spain 420
Spain, Elizabeth Farnese, queen 276 n.
Spedding, Patrick 358 n.
Spinoza 228
Spleen (depression) 156
Spy at Oxford and Cambridge 240 n.
Steele, Sir Richard, Conscious Lovers 91; Spectator 34 n., 133 n.; Tatler 224 n.
Stephen, Leslie 12, 137, 242, 323 n., 374, 390, 400, 512
Stockbridge (Hants) 44 n.
Stoppelaer, Charles, actor 87, 92
pg 721Strahan, William, printer 515
Strand (London) 537
Strensham, Mr, actor 231, 251
Swift, Jonathan 23 n., 230, 286 n., 392; Examiner 258 n.
Swiss mercenary soldiers 307
Sydenham, Thomas, Whole Works 111 n.
Sympson, Joseph, engraver 234 n.
Taunton (Somerset) 51 n.
Taylor, Carole 484 n.
Temple (London), Inns of Court 127
Temple Bar (London) 302
Temple Rake 235 n.
Terence, Adelphi 507–8
Tewkesbury (Glocs) 51 n.
Thavie's Inn (London) 502
Theatrical Review 93 n.
Theobald, Lewis 429 n.; Orestes 28 n.; Shakespeare Restored 329 n.
Thespis 435
Thomas, Elizabeth, Metamorphosis of the Town 54 n.
Thompson, E. ZWTU. 72 n.
Thomson, Peter 369 n., 398 n., 402 n.
Thorndike, Ashley 137
Three Important Questions Fairly Debated 228
Thurmond, John, Harlequin Doctor Faustas 318
Times (newspaper) 93 n.
'To the Author of Pasquin' 239
Toleration Act (1689) 300
Topham, John, actor 8, 26, 219 n., 231, 251, 322, 333, 411, 447
Topham, T., 'strong man' 304 n.
Tothill Fields (London) 340, 428
Tower of London 479
Trained bands, home militia 307, 340, 428
Turbutt, Robert, actor 8, 26, 92
Turner, Mr, actor 322, 333
Universal Spectator 17 n., 24 n., 60 n., 89 n., 140 n., 177 n., 304 n., 319, 365, 380 n., 420 n.
Usefulness of the Stage to Religion and Government 232 n., 369 n.
Vagrancy Act (12 Anne 2) 350, 395–6
Vanbrugh, Sir John 224, 308; Confederacy 96 n.; Relapse 86, 96
Vapours, fashionable complaint 151
Vienna, Treaty 226, 276, 420 n.
Villiers, Barbara 467
Virgil, Aeneid 328
'Vision of the Golden Rump' (Common Sense) 398
Voltaire, Zara, see Hill, Aaron
Walker, Thomas, actor 260 n.
Wallis, Mr, actor 231, 251, 333, 334
Wallis, Mrs, actress 236
Wallis, Albany 521
Walpole, Horace 462, 465–6
Walpole, Horatio 370, 418, 437
Walpole, Sir Robert 16, 22 n., 134 n., 218, 226, 277 n., 347, 359, 360 n., 369, 372, 374, 394, 429 n., 430 n., 458 n., 534 n.; and Licensing Act 397, 398, 399, 401 n., 402; patronage sought by HF 6–7, 15, 400; and Pasquin 242, 245; in Historical Register 363–8 passim, 370, 376, 377, 409–10, 436 n., 437, 442–3; in Eurydice Hiss'd 384–93 passim, 450 n., 454 n.; and Tumble-Down Dick 324–5, 335
Ward, Edward (Ned), Nuptial Dialogues 286 n.
Ward, Henry, actor and playwright 369, 387, 411, 447; Happy Lovers 239 n.
Ward, Joshua, 295 n.
Warton, Joseph, Essay on Pope 241
Warwell, Mr, actor 8, 26
Warwick Lane (London) 302
Wat Tyler and Jack Straw 29 n.
Watts, John, HF's publisher 2, 17, 100, 101, 140, 247, 248, 285, 326, 356, 380, 381, 382, 390, 405, 415 n., 458
Weaver, John, History of Mimes and Pantomimes 342 n.; Loves of Mars and Venus and Shipwreck 318
Webster, Anthony, actor 510, 524
Weddell, Mr, City Farce 256 n.
Weekly Oracle 100 n., 117 n., 144 n.
Wenman, J., printer 18, 101
Westminster Abbey 479
Westminster Hall (law courts) 152, 180, 239, 291, 427, 477, 487
Whipple, E. A. 241, 374
Whitechapel (London) 311 n.
Whitefield, George, evangelist 484
Whitehall Evening Post 2 n., 100
pg 722Whitfield, John, actor 510, 524
Wilkinson, Tate, 95; Memoirs 9 n.
Wilks, Mary 2
Wilks, Robert, actor and manager 454 n.
Williams, Charles Hanbury 504–6, 515, 516 n., 521
Williams, John Hanbury 516 n.
Wilson, Richard, 'Life and Death of Common Sense' 229
Winchester Converts 228 n.
Winstone, Richard, actor 465, 476
Winton, Calhoun 305 n.
Wiseman, Jane, Antiochus the Great 27 n.
Witch of Endor 255 n.
Witchcraft statutes, repeal (1736) 255
Woffington, Margaret (Peg), actress 94
Wolsey, Thomas, cardinal 449
Woodburn, Mr, actor and theatre treasurer 236, 411, 447
Woods, Charles B., '"Miss Lucy" Plays' 462–3, 464, 466, 467, 469; 'Notes on Three of Fielding's Plays' 387 n., 391, 394, 452 n.; 'Studies in the Dramatic Works' 13, 88–9, 97, 132 n., 138, 324, 376, 420 n.
Woodward, Henry, actor 92
Wootton Bassett (Wilts) 44 n.
Worcester (Worcs) 44 n.
Wycherley, William 138; Country Wife 99, 132 n., 209 n., 463
Yates, Richard, actor 92, 230
Young, William 22 n.
Younge, Elizabeth, actress 510, 524
Zimansky, Curt 248
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