By Philip H. Highfill, Kalman A. Burnim, Edward A. Langhans

ISBN-10: 0809311305

ISBN-13: 9780809311309

These featured in quantity 10 comprise Margaret Martyr, a singer, actress, and dancer whose “conjugal virtues have been frequently impeached,” based on the July 1792 Thespian journal. The Diction­ary describes this least consistent of fans as “of middling peak, with a determine well-proportioned for breeches elements. [Her] black-haired, black-eyed attractiveness and transparent soprano made her an immedi­ate well known luck in merry maids and tuneful minxes, the piquant and the pert, for 1 / 4 century.”

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In any case, our subject's sons did not perform in the eighteenth century. John Mackintosh seems not to have been related to the temperamental Scottish violinist Robert "Red Bob'' Mackintosh (17451807), who apparently did not perform in London. Mackland. See MACLOUD. Macklean. See MACKLIN. Macklin, Charles 16991777, actor, dancer, singer, manager, playwright. Charles Macklin was probably born in the parish of Culdaff, County Donegal, Ireland, in 1699, one of two children of Terence Melaghlin (or McLaughlin) and his wife, née Agnes Flanagan.

Macklin appeared in that or other parts on 24 of the first 25 nights of the new season and he was almost as busy throughout its length, giving the new patentees his utmost in cooperation. He studied six new charactersSir Gilbert Wrangle in The Refusal, Pandolfo in Albumazar, Flash in Miss in Her Teens, Strictland in The Suspicious Husband, Fluellen in Henry V, and the original Faddle in Edward Moore's comedy The Foundling. The itch for recognition as a playwright seduced Macklin to another pair of literary indiscretions.

But the night was otherwise notable: young Maria drew critical applause for her first role in comedy, Lady Townly in The Provok'd Husband. There were many signs now that Macklin, after more than 35 years in the theatre, was wearied by its demands. His dramaturgy had been rejected and he was at odds with the principal managers, both in England and Ireland. In 175253 he acted only some 25 times and added only four new roles: Renault in Venice Preserv'd, the Mad Englishman in The Pilgrim, Sciolto in The Fair Penitent (with Maria as Calista, her "fourth appearance on any stage"), for his benefit, and the title role in Samuel Foote's new comedy The Englishman in Paris.

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