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1. Ann Pitt as Lady Wishfort in a scene from "The Way of the World" Ann Pitt as Lady Wishfort in a scene from "The Way of the World" Pitt, Ann, 1720?-1799; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

2. Maria Theresa Kemble (nee DeCamp) as Foible in "The Way of the World" Maria Theresa Kemble (nee DeCamp) as Foible in "The Way of the World" Kemble, Marie Therese, 1774-1838; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

3. Robert Baddeley as Petulant in "The Way of the World" Robert Baddeley as Petulant in "The Way of the World" Baddeley, Robert, 1733-1794; Actors; Comedians; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works

4. George Frederick Cooke as Sir Pertinax Macsycophant in "The Man of the World" George Frederick Cooke as Sir Pertinax Macsycophant in "The Man of the World" Cooke, George Frederick, 1756-1812; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Theater--History--19th century--Pictorial works

5. George Frederick Cooke as Sir Pertinax Macsycophant in "The Man of the World" George Frederick Cooke as Sir Pertinax Macsycophant in "The Man of the World" Cooke, George Frederick, 1756-1812; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Theater--History--19th century--Pictorial works

6. Portrait and cast list for "The Man of the World" with George Frederick Cooke as Sir Pertinax Macsycophant Portrait and cast list for "The Man of the World" with George Frederick Cooke as Sir Pertinax Macsycophant Cooke, George Frederick, 1756-1812; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Theater--History--19th century--Pictorial works

7. Isabella Mattocks (nee Hallam) as Isabella Isabella Mattocks (nee Hallam) as Isabella Mattocks, Isabella, 1746-1826; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

8. Ann Brunton Merry as Sophia in a scene from "The Road to Ruin" Ann Brunton Merry as Sophia in a scene from "The Road to Ruin" Brunton, Anne, 1768-1808; Actors; Costume; Theatrical managers; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

9. Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Sir Harry Wildair in "The Constant Couple" Ann Spranger Barry (nee Street) as Sir Harry Wildair in "The Constant Couple" Barry, Ann, 1734-1801; Actors; Costume; Breeches parts; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

10. John Palmer as the Stranger in "The Stranger" John Palmer as the Stranger in "The Stranger" Palmer, John, 1742?-1798; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works

11. Elizabeth Pope, when Miss Younge, as Angelica in "Love for Love" Elizabeth Pope, when Miss Younge, as Angelica in "Love for Love" Pope, Elizabeth, ca. 1740-1797; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

12. Elizabeth Heard as Celia in "The School for Lovers" Elizabeth Heard as Celia in "The School for Lovers" Heard, Elizabeth, d. 1797; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

13. Miss Chapman as Augusta Aubrey in "The Fashionable Lovers" Miss Chapman as Augusta Aubrey in "The Fashionable Lovers" Chapman, Miss, d. 1805; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater

14. Miss Chapman as Celia in "The School for Lovers" Miss Chapman as Celia in "The School for Lovers" Chapman, Miss, d. 1805; Actors; Costume; Theater--History--18th century--Pictorial works; Women in the theater
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