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THE NET-MAKER AND HIS WIFE
8 Bramattc Romance,
IN TWO ACTS;
AS REPRESENTED AT TEE
Ox Monday, March 27, 1815.
BY I. POCOCK, ESQ.
AUTHOR OF JOHN OP PARIS, TOR ENOLAND, HO! &C. &C.
THE MUSIC COMPOSED BY MR. WARE.
PRINTED FOE JOHN MILLER, 25, BOVT-STREST
[Price Taw Shillings.}
Never had Manufacturer of a Holiday-piece hia acknowledgments more strongly called for, and ,never did one of the Trade offer them with sincerer gratitude to all parties from whom he has received assistance, than myself. By the united efforts of all concerned in the representation of Zembuca, it became at once a favorite with the Public; and now, as upon former occasions, | must pay to Mr. Farley, upon whom the general arrangement of these Productions devolves, my most especial thanks, for the ability and attention he so uniformly exhibits in his department. .
Zembuca, the Sultan, - Mr. Farley.
Selim, Aga of the Janissaries,..... Mr. Abbott.
Korac, Confidant of Zembuca, and! ^ rj<e
Mirza, the Net-Maker,................ Mr. Emery.
teuffardOiSuperintendar.tof Slaves,} Liston Purse-bearer, S(C j
Abdallah, « Mr. How^Vctv i&v
Crycr, Mr. Atkins.
Hasan, ~ Mr. King.
Salic, Mr. Tinncy* v>
Malic, Mr. Duruset.
Tasner, ~ Mr. NorrisV v»
The Spear-Guard, ....... Mr. Jcfferies.
Sentinel, Mr. Lewis.
Almazaide, the betrothed Wife of! MisS gooffa. behm, )
libra, the Wife of Mirza, Mrs. Gibbs.
Katcheka, a Slave, Miss Carew.
Guards, Slaves, tyc.
Principal Dancers—Miss Lupino, Mrs. Parker, and Mr. Soissons.
Att Arcade in the Palace o/Zembuca—The Gardens of the Harem seen beyond; and, in the distance, the River, with the Outskirts of the City*--Tasner, Salic, Malic, with other Slaves, are discovered, with Implements of Gardening, end advance as the Curtain rises,
"When the sun thro' the cypress grove
Chequers the dewy glade,
We pine beneath the shade.
Drearily beams the light
On the man, by man oppress'd j
W hen the slave may sink to rest. „
"W hen the moon rides thro' the skies,
Sleep lulls'the captive's pain;