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date: 17 October 2019

(p. xiii) List of Figures

(p. xiii) List of Figures

  1. 7.1 The Festival of the Golden Rump (1737). © Trustees of the British Museum. The print illustrates the story published in Common Sense in March 1737. It shows a priestess (Queen Caroline) preparing to administer an enema to a satyr (King George II) who stands on an altar and breaks wind. The proceedings are directed by the Chief Magician (Robert Walpole) to the left of the altar. 128

  2. 11.1 Kitty Clive and Henry Woodward as the Fine Lady and the Fine Gentleman from Garrick’s ‘Lethe’ (1750). Bow porcelain. Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC. By permission of the Folger Shakespeare Library. 198

  3. 11.2 David Garrick as Archer from Farquhar’s ‘Beaux’ Stratagem’ (c.1750). Bow porcelain. Private collection. Photo: Billie Yarbrough. 200

  4. 11.3 William Hogarth, The Proportions of Garrick and Quin (1746). The Royal Collection. © 2011 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. 202

  5. 11.4 James Quin as Falstaff (c.1750). Bow porcelain. Formerly collection of Raymond C. Yarbrough. Photo: Billie Yarbrough. 203

  6. 11.5 David Garrick (c.1755–60). Longton Hall porcelain. Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC. By permission of the Folger Shakespeare Library. 205

  7. 11.6 William Hogarth, Garrick as Richard III (1745). Courtesy National Museums, Liverpool. 207

  8. 11.7 David Garrick as Richard III (1860s). Staffordshire flatback figure. Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC. By permission of the Folger Shakespeare Library. 208

  9. 11.8 John Bacon, Garrick as Richard III at Bosworth (c.1775–80). Derby porcelain. Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC. By permission of the Folger Shakespeare Library. 209

  10. 11.9 Garrick as Richard III (c.1775–80); Kemble as Richard III (1790s); Kean as Richard III (c.1815). Derby porcelain. Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC. By permission of the Folger Shakespeare Library. 209

  11. 15.1 Michael Angelo Rooker’s drawing of the scene painter’s loft at the Haymarket (c.1785). © Trustees of the British Museum. 268

  12. (p. xiv) 15.2 William Hogarth, A Just View of the British Stage (1724). © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 271

  13. 15.3 Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg, A View near Matlock, Derbyshire with Figures Working beneath a Wooden Conveyor (1785). Courtesy of the Yale Center for British Art. This painting gives us some idea of how Loutherbourg’s scenic designs for The Wonders of Derbyshire may have looked. 275

  14. 15.4 Thomas Grieve’s watercolour sketch of his set design for Covent Garden’s 1830 production of The Merchant of Venice. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 280

  15. 16.1 Set model by Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg for Act 2, Scene 3 of John O'Keeffe's pantomime Omai (Covent Garden, 1785). © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 301

  16. 18.1 Francesco Bartolozzi after Nathaniel Dance, The Stranger at Sparta (1781). Though a satirical image of Auguste Vestris, it nonetheless captures his agility and range of motion (1781). © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 330

  17. 19.1 The restored auditorium of the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds. Photo ©NTPL/Dennis Gilbert. 335

  18. 19.2 View of the stage, with act-drop, from one of the dress circle boxes in the restored Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds. Photo ©NTPL/Dennis Gilbert. 336

  19. 21.1 Sarah Siddons as Euphrasia in The Grecian Daughter. Engraving by Caroline Watson, after Robert Edge Pine (1784). © Trustees of the British Museum. 378

  20. 24.1 Charles Edward Horn as Caspar and Richard Smith as Zamiel in the Wolf’s Glen scene of the Drury Lane production of Der Freischütz (1825). © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 438

  21. 28.1 Engraving by Castellini showing one of Alessandro Sanquirico’s scenes for Salvatore Viganò's coreodramma Psammi (1817). © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 510

  22. 34.1 Charles Sherwin, Mrs Inchbald in the Character of Lady Abbess (1785). A frontispiece from one of the volumes of John Bell’s British Theatre. © Trustees of the British Museum. 608

  23. 37.1 A plate from James Winston, The Theatric Tourist (London: H. Woodfall, 1805) showing the exterior of the theatre at Plymouth, built in 1758. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 657

  24. 38.1 Sylvester Harrison and Edward Orme, Miss de Camp and Mr C. Kemble in the Characters of Rosa and Three Fingered Jack (1801). Harvard Theatre Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard University. 682

  25. (p. xv) 38.2 J. Findlay, Mr Smith as Obi in Threefingerd Jack, Coburg Theatre (1819). Billy Rose Theatre Division, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. 685

  26. 38.3 Obi; or, Three Fingered Jack, Penny Pictorial Plays (n.d.). Charles Deering McCormick Library of Special Collections, Northwestern University Library. 686

  27. 40.1 Marcus Wood, Adult and girl in punishment stocks, outside court house. Colonial Williamsburg. Digital photograph, 2008. 722

  28. 40.2 Marcus Wood, Girl in punishment stocks, outside court house. Colonial Williamsburg. Digital photograph, 2008. 723

  29. 40.3 Marcus Wood, Two children in punishment stocks, outside court house. Colonial Williamsburg. Digital photograph, 2008. 724

  30. 40.4 Carol Menezes, Boy in tronco. Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais. Digital photograph, 2007. Collection of the author. 724