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A Light Romantic Opera in Two Acts.
Written and composed'by HERBERT OLIVER
Adaptedirom incidents in HARRISON AINSWORTH’S tale, The Miser's Daughter '
Chorus of Gallants, Fine Ladies, Belles, Mountebanks, etc.
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO CHORUS and ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOSEPH Lewis
ACT 1. A street in Westminster-period 1744
ACT II. The Fete at VauxhaU

Contributors

Composed By:
Herbert Oliver
Conducted By:
Joseph Lewis
John Scarve (a Miser):
Stuart Vinden
Philip Frewin (his nephew,, distinctly shady):
John Moss
Jeremy Diggs (his Attorney, likewise shady):
Wortley Allen
Randolph Crew (a Young Gentleman from Chester:
Leonard Gowings
Andrew Beechcroft (his Uncle, resident in London):
Topliss Green
Sir Bulkeley Price (a Welsh Baronet, obese):
W. J. Hughes
Sir Singleton Spinke (an English Baronet, the reverse):
Tony Calthorp
Peter Pokerich (a Barber):
E A Abraham
Sylvia Searve (the Miser's Daughter):
Constance Groome
Margaret Clinton (her Aunt):
Ethel Fenton
Thomasine Deacle (the fair Thomasine):
Gladys Joiner
Kitty Conway (an Actress from the Haymarket Theatre):
Louise Trenton

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