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Quantity 7 comprises such notables because the composers Handel and Haydn and the beautiful actress Elizabeth Hartley.
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Respectively. Hailes was involved in a lawsuit of some kind in 1679; he and the actor Sheppey were sued by Thomas Johnson, one of the theatre owners, on 9 June of that year. Without knowing the details of the case we cannot tell if it had anything to do with Robert Mather's replacing Hailes on the King's Company roster on 28 April 1681. Though Hailes may have been employed elsewhere in the years that followed, he kept up his theatrical contacts, for when the prominent actor Charles Hart wrote his will on 10 July 1683 (probate followed on 6 September), he left his "friend" Henry Hailes £10.
About 1795 he printed and sold Duett for Two Performers on One Violin composed by Mr. Charles Hague and, about 1800, The Gods of the Grape, written by a Gentleman. Compos'd by Is. Nicholls. In 1794, William Hague was listed in Doane's Musical Directory as a bass singer living in Cambridge and a participant in the Handelian concerts at Westminster Abbey. Haigh, Mr [fl. 1794], violinist. A Mr Haigh was listed in Doane's Musical Directory in 1794 as a violinist residing in Yorkshire who played in the Handelian concerts at Westminster Abbey.
A portrait engraved by A. Cardon, after Gilchrist, was published in 1803. An engraving by W. Say of Hague's daughters Harriot and Sophia was published in 1816. Hague, William [fl. c. 1779c. 1800], singer, music publisher and seller. The music publisher and seller at Cambridge, William Hague, was the elder brother of the violinist Charles Hague (17691821), to whom he taught music; he brought Charles to Cambridge about 1779. William Hague's name appeared as a subscriber to Six Songs with an accompanyment for the Harpsichord, or two Violins and a Violoncello.