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Published in Berlin by Friedrich Maurer, 1798. Appears to have first been performed in 1797, and was later often performed in the early 19th century, inter alia in the Deutsches Theater Dusseldorff under the expanded (and variable) title of Das rächende Gewissen, oder: Die Zauberin Sidonia in 1806, and Die Zauberin Sidonia, oder: Das rächende Gewissen in 1810 and 1928.
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Performances in South Africa
1851: Performed in Dutch, in the translation by Engelman, on 23 October 1851 by Tot Oefening en Vermaak in the Garrison Theatre, with as afterpiece De Kalkoen van Breda (Van Ray) , as a charity performance in aid of those who suffered as a resurt of the "Kaffir War" of 1851.
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