[Not located], Cheshire
F.Douce Collection (G.Ormerod)
George Ormerod (Col.)
The text (111 lines) of an unlocated play from Cheshire, copied from a proof
copy of G.Ormerod's "History of Cheshire". Only an abstract of the play was
published in the book's second edition. The play features the characters; First
Captain [Introducer], Second Captain, Saint George, Bold Slasher, The
King, Sir Guy, Doctor and Fool.
F.Douce Collection (1788, Grose)
Capt. Grose (Intermediary)
[folk play from Cheshire]
The text of a play (73 lines) from Cheshire, performed in 1788. The cast
comprises Soldier/Slasher, St. George, Doctor, Prince of Saladine/Black
Morrocco King and Blackamoor. Macclesfield, Ches., is the only place
mentioned in the text.
Duncan Broomhead (Auth.)
AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY PLAY FROM CHESHIRE
1982, Vol.2, No.4/5, pp.23-29
Reproduces a previously unpublished text (73 lines) of a play from Cheshire,
performed in 1788, and found in the F.Douce Collection. The cast comprises
Soldier/Slasher, St. George, Doctor, Prince of Saladine/Black Morrocco King and
Blackamoor. By examining the text, and by comparing it with other Cheshire plays
(especially Nether Alderley) it is concluded that the play probably came from
near Macclesfield, Ches.
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