The Lawyer in the Sack, or Jack's Return!!!
Also referred to simply as The Lawyer in the Sack.
The original text
He also suggests that it this may have been a sequel to the "new Ballet Dance" called Jack at the Cape, or All Alive Among the Hottentots!, which was first performed in Cape Town by All the World's a Stage on 7th January 1832, even though the sequel was the first to be performed (on 17 December, 1831).
Translations and adaptations
Performances in South Africa
1832: Performed as The Lawyer in the Sack, or Jack's Return!!! by All the World's a Stage in Cape Town on 30 January, along with The Iron Chest, or The Blood-Stained Knife (Colman) and The Sleeping Draught (Penley).
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