But there was a fresh scene, and this time o f unexampled pathos, when Mr. Coates appeared at the Haymarket Theatre in Romeo and Juliet [1813] on the occasion o f a benefit performance in aid o f Miss Fitzhenry, the daughter o f an old lady named Lady Perrott, who had invoked Mr. Coates’ aid on a previous occasion. Miss Fitzhenry, as Juliet, became so terrified by the menacing attitude o f the audience, that, shrieking, she clung to the scenery and pillars in great agitation; and could not be dislodged. Another time, in the duel scene where Romeo kills Tybalt, all was ruined, and the house was convulsed with laughter at the appearance o f a