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1. Mary Ann Powell as Mary, Queen of Scots, in "The Albion Queens" Mary Ann Powell as Mary, Queen of Scots, in "The Albion Queens" Powell, Mary Ann, 1761-1831; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

2. John Edwin as Don Vincentio, Richard Wroughton as Don Carlos, Isabella Hallam Mattocks as Olivia and John Edwin as Don Vincentio, Richard Wroughton as Don Carlos, Isabella Hallam Mattocks as Olivia and Mary Robinson (Darby) as Victoria in a scene from "Bold Stroke For a Husband" Edwin, John, 1769?-1805; Robinson, Mary, 1758-1800; Mattocks, Isabella, 1746-1826; Wroughton, Richard, 1748-1822; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

3. Mary Ann Powell as Boadicea in "Boadicea" Mary Ann Powell as Boadicea in "Boadicea" Powell, Mary Ann, 1761-1831; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

4. Mary Ann Powell as Euphrasia in "The Grecian Daughter" Mary Ann Powell as Euphrasia in "The Grecian Daughter" Powell, Mary Ann, 1761-1831; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

5. Mary Robinson (Darby) as Amanda in "Love's Last Shift" Mary Robinson (Darby) as Amanda in "Love's Last Shift" Robinson, Mary, 1758-1800; Actors; Dramatists; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works

6. Thomas Ryder as Sir John Brute, Mrs. Pope as Lady Brute and Mary Stephens Wells (nee Davies) as Belinda Thomas Ryder as Sir John Brute, Mrs. Pope as Lady Brute and Mary Stephens Wells (nee Davies) as Belinda in a scene from "The Provoked Wife" Ryder, Thomas, 1735-1790; Wells, Mary Stephens, 1762-1829; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works

7. Thomas Ryder as Sir John Brute, Mrs. Bates as Lady Brute and Mary Stephens Wells (nee Davies) as Belinda Thomas Ryder as Sir John Brute, Mrs. Bates as Lady Brute and Mary Stephens Wells (nee Davies) as Belinda in a scene from "The Provoked Wife" Ryder, Thomas, 1735-1790; Wells, Mary Stephens, 1762-1829; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works

8. Mary Stephens Wells (nee Davies) as Anne Lovely in "A Bold Stroke For a Wife" Mary Stephens Wells (nee Davies) as Anne Lovely in "A Bold Stroke For a Wife" Wells, Mary Stephens, 1762-1829; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

9. Portraits of Mary Stephens Wells (nee Davies) as Jane Shore and Elizabeth Inchbald as the Lady Abbess Portraits of Mary Stephens Wells (nee Davies) as Jane Shore and Elizabeth Inchbald as the Lady Abbess in "The Comedy of Errors" Wells, Mary Stephens, 1762-1829; Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821; Actors; Dramatists; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

10. Mary Ann Wrighten (nee Mathews) as Fatima in "Cymon" Mary Ann Wrighten (nee Mathews) as Fatima in "Cymon" Wrighten, Mary Ann, 1751?-1796; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

11. Mary Ann Wrighten (nee Mathews) as Madge in "Love in a Village" Mary Ann Wrighten (nee Mathews) as Madge in "Love in a Village" Wrighten, Mary Ann, 1751?-1796; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

12. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) speaking the epilogue to "The Earl of Warwick" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) speaking the epilogue to "The Earl of Warwick" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

13. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Agnes in "The Fatal Curiosity" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Agnes in "The Fatal Curiosity" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

14. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Almeria in "The Mourning Bride" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Almeria in "The Mourning Bride" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

15. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Belvidera in "Venice Preserved" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Belvidera in "Venice Preserved" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

16. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Calista in "The Fair Penitent" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Calista in "The Fair Penitent" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

17. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Calista in "The Fair Penitent" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Calista in "The Fair Penitent" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

18. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Cleopatra in "All For Love" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Cleopatra in "All For Love" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

19. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) with Laurence Clinch as the Duke and Duchess of Braganza in "Braganza" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) with Laurence Clinch as the Duke and Duchess of Braganza in "Braganza" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

20. Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Electra in "Orestes" Mary Ann Yates (nee Graham) as Electra in "Orestes" Yates, Mrs. (Mary Ann), 1728-1784; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater
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