DICTIONARY OF NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY
EEEATA IN VOLUME XV
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Dibdin, Charles : for It is most improbable that .... eighteenth child read
Charles was probably the twelfth child (of fourteen) for won notice at Winchester College .... the concert-rooms read won him
the position of chorister at Winchester Cathedral under Fussell, the
organist, and soon the Winchester concert-rooms for 1762 .... next season, 1763, read 1764, and twice repeated it next
for the former year read 1762 for next season read on 81 Jan. 1765 for * Love in a Village ' read ' The Maid of the Mill ' for set the fashion of wearing read his triumph led to the wearing of for altered speedily to read which was given in 1770 the sub-title of for He had read According to current report he had for All his children .... young. She read with the result that she for a so-called Mrs. Davenet .... was born read Harriet Pitt, a dancer at
Covent Garden, who played small parts Her children by Dibdin included
Charles I. M. Dibdin, born
for Thomas read Thomas Dibdin and omit took for his father's name about 1799. read Dibdin deserted Harriet Pitt about
1774, and she then returned to the stage under the name of Mrs. Davenet. for Princess Matilda read Princess Louisa Ann for In 1768 read On 80 Oct. 1768 for the Haymarket read Drury Lane Theatre for 1771 read 1772 after two interludes insert ' The Palace of Mirth ' and ' The Brickdust
man* for performed in the summer of 1772.reacZ among many other pieces in 1772.
after knights insert were produced at Drury Lane, the former on 26 Oct. 1772
and the latter 26 Dec. 1771
for Anne Wild or Wyld read Anne Maria Wylde for the earliest read an early example for on 3 Jan. 1779 ' The Touchstone.' read later in the same year ' The
Touchstone,' a speaking pantomime. for Dibdin now commenced giving musical entertainments at the Koyal
Circus read Dibdin established the Royal Circus after Surrey Theatre insert where musical entertainments, many of his own
composition, were long given for ' The Benevolent Tar ' .... in 1782 read ' The Cestus,' ' Tom Thumb,'
and ' The Benevolent Tar ' were brought out respectively in 1783, 1784, and