Dr M'Donnell

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(17**-18**) Performer and singer. Assistant Surgeon of the 55th Regiment in the Garrison, Cape Town.

He was one of the regular performers in productions by the Garrison Players between 1822 and 1824.

On 14 and 16 August 1822 he sang an Epilogue to the production of John Bull, or an Englishman's Fireside.

On 4 and 22 September 1824 he appeared to good effect in Life, A Comedy (Reynolds) and possibly also in The Irish Tutor, or New Lights (Glengall), performed in the African Theatre.


Bosman, 1928: p 180-1, 186, 371

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