|Series||In A collection of the most esteemed farces and entertainments performed on the British stage. Edinburgh, 1792 -- v. 2., Collection of the most esteemed farces and entertainments performed on the British stage -- v. 2., Three centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1800|
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The Mayor of Garratt: A Farce, in Two Acts Volume 9, Issue 5 of Davidson's shilling volume of Cumberland's plays. London, ca. Issue of Dicks' standard plays Volume 7 of Living plays. Cabinet ed: Author: Samuel Foote: Publisher: Charles Wiley, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Length: 27 pages: Export. Title Samuel Thomas Russell as Jerry Sneak in "The Mayor of Garratt" Date Role Jerry Sneak Play The Mayor of Garratt Subject. Russell, Samuel Thomas, ca. Other articles where The Mayor of Garratt is discussed: Wandsworth: playwright Samuel Foote to write The Mayor of Garratt. Wandsworth Prison (; originally named the Surrey House of Correction) held Oscar Wilde in and was the scene of a sensational escape in by the train robber Ronnie Biggs. Notable among former Wandsworth residents are the novelist . Get this from a library! The mayor of Garratt: a comedy, in two acts,. [Samuel Foote; Robert Cruikshank].
Print for Act 2, Scene 1 in The Mayor of Garratt, engraved by White, drawn by Cruikshank. Museum Number S Sneak learns to manage his wife, and is named deputy mayor at the end of the play's electoral process. Act I. Lint, a doctor, arrives to see Sir Jacob; it is the day of the election in Garratt, and Lint is prepared to deal with the injuries to result from the anticipated rioting. In the eighteenth century, Garratt was a tiny village in the fields between Wandsworth and Tooting, now part of South West London. It had little political significance whatsoever and certainly no parliamentary representative. But from the s to the s mock elections for the fictional office of “Mayor of Garratt” attracted huge crowds to this. The series of mock elections that took place annually from to in the Garratt Lane district of Wandsworth inspired the 18th-century satirical playwright Samuel Foote to write The Mayor of Garratt. Wandsworth Prison (; originally named the Surrey House of Correction) held Oscar Wilde in and was the scene of a sensational escape.
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