A new play call'd The Pragmatical Jesuit new-leven'd a comedy
Carpenter, Richard, d. 1670?
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The Actors.

  • GAlen Junior, a Physitian.
  • Agrippa, a Conjurer.
  • Lucifer, the Prince of Devils.
  • Lucisuga, Page to Lucifer.
  • Aristotle Junior, a Scholar.
  • Fear, Servant to Devotion.
  • Ignoro, a Lawyer.
  • Magnifico, a Souldier.
  • Madam Hypocrisie.
  • Pretty, her Maid.
  • Mr. Complement, a Courtier.
  • Mr. Demure, a Citizen.
  • Gaffer High-shooe, a Countryman.
  • Mr. See Senior, a Spaniard.
  • Mr. Signior See, an Italian.
  • Monsieur Kickshaw, a Frenchman.
  • A Beggar,
  • A Bag-piper.
  • An Orange-maid.
  • My Lord Liberal.
  • Mrs. Dorothy, his Nice.
  • An Angel.
  • F. Wallys, a Jesuit.
  • Sr. John Wit-little.
  • The singing Cobler.
  • Pursevant.
  • Constable.
  • F. Tompson, a Jesuit.
  • A poor man, as possessed.
  • Father John Barnes, a Benedictine.
  • One counterfeiting a damned Spirit.
  • Mr. Ninny, an Anabaptist.
  • Monks.
    • Father Prior,
    • Father Nelson,
    • Father Robert,
  • Key Keeper.
  • Don Lewis, a Prisoner.
  • A Page.
  • A little Girl that sings.
  • Spanish Dancers.
  • A Woman in a mean Habit.
  • A Boy.
  • Dancers
    • Two Monks,
    • Clement, a Jacobin Frier,
    • Barrier,
    • Raviliack,
    • Guido Vaux,
    • Tony,
    • A little Jesuit,
  • A little Monk.
  • Drawer.

The Scene, London.