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Samuel Foote

Samuel Foote (January 1720 – 21 October 1777) was a British dramatist, actor and theatre manager from Cornwall.

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Samuel Foote - Dramatic Works
... Title Year of Premier Location of Premier Year Published The Diversions of the Morning or, A Dish of Chocolate (revised as A Cup of Tea) 1747 Haymarket ---- An Auction of Pictures 1748 Haymarket ---- The Knights 1748 Drury Lane 1754 Taste 1752 Drury Lane 1752 An Englishman in Paris 1753 Covent Garden 1753 A Writ of Inquiry on the Inquisitor General 1754 Haymarket ---- The Englishman Returned from Paris 1756 Covent Garden 1756 The Green-Room Squabble or a Battle Royal between the Queen of Babylon and the Daughter of Darius 1756 Haymarket Lost The Author 1757 Drury Lane 1757 The Minor 1760 Haymarket 1760 Tragedy a la Mode (alternative act 2 for Diversions) 1760 Drury Lane 1795 The Lyar 1762 Covent Garden 1764 The Orators 1762 Haymarket 1762 The Mayor of Garrett 1763 Haymarket 1764 The Trial of Samuel Foote, Esq ... for a Libel on Peter Paragraph 1763 Haymarket 1795 The Patron 1764 Haymarket 1764 The Commissary 1765 Haymarket 1765 The Devil on Two Sticks 1768 Haymarket 1778 The Lame Lover 1770 Haymarket 1771 The Maid of Bath 1771 Haymarket 1771 The Nabob 1772 Haymarket 1778 Piety in Pattens 1773 Haymarket 1973 The Bankrupt 1773 Haymarket 1776 The Cozeners 1774 Haymarket 1776 A Trip to Calais (revised as The Capuchin) 1776 Haymarket 1778 ...

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    What can he mean by coming among us? He is not only dull himself, but the cause of dullness in others.
    —Samuel Foote (1720–1777)

    For the LORD will not cast away his people, for his great name’s sake, because it has pleased the LORD to make you a people for himself.
    Bible: Hebrew, 1 Samuel 12:22.