THE LONDON STAGE 1800-1900

Joseph Donohue and James Ellis, General Editors

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THEATRE ROYAL, ADELPHI

(formerly THE SANS PAREIL THEATRE)

1806-1900

Seasonal Summary for 1837-1838

Edited by Alicia Kae Koger

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

Alfred L. Nelson and Gilbert B. Cross, General Editors

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

1992

Contents

Theatre Information

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Doors open 6:15, curtain 6:45, half price 8:30.

Ticket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

29 September 1837 - 19 May 1838

192 performances: 192 evening

Benefit (3): Mrs. Frederick H. Yates (16 May 1838)
Calvert, box-bookkeeper (17 May 1838)
Miss Agnes Taylor (18 May 1838)
Dark (2): Christmas Day (25 Dec 1837)
Ash Wednesday (28 Feb 1838)
Lenten Entertainment (11): Oratorio and concert (2 Mar 1838, 7 Mar 1838, 9 Mar 1838, 14 Mar 1838, 16 Mar 1838, 21 Mar 1838, 23 Mar 1838, 28 Mar 1838, 30 Mar 1838, 4 Apr 1838, 6 Apr 1838)
Martyr's Day (1): Mimicry, Dissolving Views, Tumbling (30 Jan 1838)

The Season

The Adelphi season of 1837-1838, under the management of Frederick Yates and Thomas Gladstane, was distinguished by a series of outstanding performances by new and old members of the company. The house opened on 29 September 1837, (after having been redecorated during the recess) with popular favorites Elizabeth Yates, O. Smith, Cullenford and Wilkinson on the bill and introduced John F. Saville and Power that evening. As the season progressed the talents of Celine Celeste, Harvey Leach, and Louisa Nisbett were added to the bills. During the season 31 plays were presented in 192 performances.

Opening night featured the return to the Adelphi of the Irish comedian Tyrone Power who starred in Samuel Lover's adaptation of his own novel, Rory O'More. Power (grandfather of the American stage star and great-grandfather of the American movie actor) received unanimous praise for his sincere and natural performance as the Irish peasant. Thomas Marshall quotes a critic who wrote that "it is impossible to do justice to the quiet unexaggerated humour--the complete Hibernianism--of Power in this character" (Lives of the Most Celebrated Actors, p. 139). Compared favorably with the broad style of Adelphi favorite, John Reeve, Power seems to have introduced a new style of acting to Adelphi audiences. Marshall's source continued: "Is it not surprising that a public which has the capacity for appreciating, such acting as Power's should take delight in the more and meagre buffoonery of John Reeve? The latter can well be spared at this house." Power earned twenty pounds a night in the role and repeated it ninety times during the season. He also appeared in Irish characters in The Groves of Blarney, Pat and the Potatoes, Irish Tutor, More Blunders Than One, and Omnibus during the 1837-38 season.

Elizabeth Yates, wife of the Adelphi's manager, had been the theatre's leading lady in the first half of the 1830's. Her absence during the 1835-1836 season was felt by audiences and critics alike, but in 1836-37 she regained her prominence. Valsha; or, The Slave Queen by Joseph S. Coyne, which opened on 30 October 1837, was to be her star vehicle during this season. The Times described her performance as "the best piece of melodramatic acting that has been witnessed for a very long time . . . almost painfully intense by its strictness to nature" (31 October 1837). The Morning Post, quoted on the bill, described the "fulness of her tragic powers" and their effect on the audience when, during the play's final scene, "a silence like that of the grave attended her last moments. Not a word was heard as she moved across the stage." Elizabeth Yates played Valsha 66 times during the season.

Praise was given to Valsha, rather more for its elaborate spectacle than for the performances. The cast boasted more than one hundred actors and the scenery was apparently nothing short of magnificient. According to the Theatrical Observer, it cost 1,000 pounds to "get up" (13 November 1837). The final scene, the execution of Valsha, which took place on the ramparts of a castle, received breathless praise from critics. The Times critic described the setting this way: "The whole stage . . . is sunk many feet, so that great height is given to the general view of castle walls and ramparts. The manner in which the ascent of [Valsha] and her execution is seen . . . is also a chef d'oeuvre of scenic triumph, and the apparent fall is actually electrifying by its seeming reality." The Athenaeum critic, who like the Times writer did not like the script, nevertheless proclaimed "so admirable a scene as the last, both as to design and execution, has rarely, if ever, been presented either on the English of foreign stage" (4 November 1837, 820). The writer for the Times concluded, "This piece will be an era in the history of melodramas."

Melodrama was indeed the Adelphi's claim to fame, and the opening of William Bernard's play of that genre, St. Mary's Eve, brought another notable performer to the theatre's stage. Mme. Celeste, who had appeared there in mute roles in the early '30's, made her first appearance in this play which was "written for her and adapted to her peculiar talent of delineating intense feeling with great care and felicity" (Times, 2 January 1838). Ernest Watson claims that St. Mary's Eve was "notably above the level of the ordinary melodrama of the day" and that Mme. Celeste's performance also exceeded expectations (Sheridan to Robertson, p. 357). Watson quotes the Theatrical Examiner's review of 6 January 1838, which praised her "attention to all those minor details that give life and reality to domestic acting, and are but too little regarded by English actresses." Her style was apparently appreciated by Adelphi audiences, for she continued performing there and eventually became the theatre's manager in the 1840's. Watson declared that Celeste "was to melodrama what Vestris had been to burlesque. She brought to it the naturalism of French art as well as the refinement" (Ibid., p. 357).

While employing some of the best actors London could offer, Yates never failed to keep his eye open for a novelty to spice up his bills. He hit upon one of his greatest successes when he out-bid the two Patent theatres (Theatrical Observer, 2 February 1837) and engaged a dwarf named Harvey Leach, who was billed as Signor Hervio Nano, the Gnome Fly. Leach's act, which was incorporated into two plays, The Gnome Fly and The Major and the Monkey, involved acrobatic feats of daring (in the person of a fly or a monkey) such as walking on the walls and ceiling of the theatre. The Times wrote, "he climbs . . . along the side of the theatre, gets into the upper circle in a moment, catches hold of the projection of the ornaments of the ceiling of the theatre, crosses to the opposite side, and descends along the vertical boarding of the proscenium. . . . In a word, [he] performs some of the most astonishing feats ever exhibited within the walls of a theatre" (1 February 1838). Leach appeared 54 times at the Adelphi in the 1837-38 season.

One performer was noticeably absent from the bills of the Adelphi during the season. John Reeve, veteran comedian and favorite of Adelphi audiences, died on 24 January 1838. In his farewell speech on 18 May, Frederick Yates spoke of the "severe loss I sustained . . . [of] one of [the theatre's] brightest ornaments," no doubt a reference to his friend's death (quoted in the Times, 21 May 1838). He went on to proclaim, however, the season's success and promised to give his "undivided attention . . . next season to the catering for your amusement."

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Theatre Management And Functionaries

Theatre Management And Functionaries Commentary

Saxby is repeatedly billed as "Sexby." Sources clearly indicate a Mr. Tapp in properties. There is an outside possibility that this was a nickname for Tapsell, who was in properties from 1838-1841

Authors

Bernard, William B. Maiden's Fame, A (12 Feb 1838)
St. Mary's Eve (1 Jan 1838)
Blake?, Thomas G. Guide of the Tyrol, The (26 Mar 1838)
Buckstone, John B. Christening, The (16 May 1838)
Duchess de la Vaubaliere, The (7 May 1838)
Butler, Richard Irish Tutor, The (18 May 1838)
Coyne, Joseph S. All For Love (16 Jan 1838)
Black Domino, The (22 Jan 1838)
Mayor and the Monkey, The (26 Mar 1838)
Valsha (30 Oct 1837)
Dorrington, G. Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837)
Hall, Mrs. Anna M. Groves of Blarney, The (16 Apr 1838)
Jerrold, Douglas W. Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838)
Leach, Harvey Gnome Fly, The (31 Jan 1838)
Lover, Samuel Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837)
Milner, Henry M. One Hundred Two (16 May 1838)
Oxberry, William H. Actress of All Work, The (5 Oct 1837)
Pocock, Isaac Omnibus, The (23 Apr 1838)
Rayner, Barnabas F. Dumb Man of Manchester, The (9 Oct 1837)
Rodwell, James T. More Blunders Than One (5 Mar 1838)
Selby, Charles Dancing Barber, The (8 Jan 1838)
Married Rake, The (12 Feb 1838)
Rifle Brigade, The (19 Feb 1838)
Unknown Boy and the Bandits, The (16 Apr 1838)
Irishman in London, The (16 May 1838)
Man with the Nose, The (16 Oct 1837)
Pat and the Potatoes (30 Apr 1838)
Pocket Book, The (29 Sep 1837)
Tomboy, The (2 Oct 1837)
Victoire (4 Dec 1837)
Wilks, Thomas E. Death Token, The (23 Oct 1837)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Callcott, William H. Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837)
Forde, William Groves of Blarney, The (16 Apr 1838)
Holmes Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837)
Pilati, A. All For Love (16 Jan 1838)
Valsha (30 Oct 1837)
Roche, Alexander D. Groves of Blarney, The (16 Apr 1838)

Actors

Alsop

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Arnold, William

Zinca (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838)

Baker

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Barber

Cankercopper (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838)

Barnes, James

meteors (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Pantaloon (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838)

Beverley, Henry R.

Boreas (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Narcissus Fitzfuzzle (39) in Dancing Barber (8 Jan 1838 - 19 May 1838); Chittygong (30) in Gnome Fly (31 Jan 1838 - 10 Mar 1838); Armadillo (16) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); Pierre Cagnard (4) in Mayor and the Monkey (2 Apr 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Peter Simple (10) in Rifle Brigade (19 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); Tom Baggs (18) in St. Mary's Eve (1 Jan 1838 - 20 Jan 1838)

Bowers

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Bowman

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Buckstone, John B.

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy (1) in Christening (16 May 1838)

Bull

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Castello

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Cathie

Admiral (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838); Malvolez (6) in Boy and the Bandits (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); Lord Flitterly (39) in Dancing Barber (8 Jan 1838 - 19 May 1838); servant (6) in Death Token (23 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Regent of France (9) in Duchess de la Vaubaliere (7 May 1838 - 19 May 1838); Capt. Rowland (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); Andreas Hofer (12) in Guide of the Tyrol (16 Apr 1838 - 28 Apr 1838); Charles (1) in Irish Tutor (18 May 1838); Collooney (1) in Irishman in London (16 May 1838); Count D'Alfarache (10) in Maiden's Fame (19 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); The Corregidor (6) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 17 Feb 1838); Pierre Gaibois (1) in One Hundred Two (16 May 1838); Col. Thunder (97) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 19 May 1838); Lieut. Manly (5) in St. Mary's Eve (16 Jan 1838 - 20 Jan 1838); Turendorff (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838); Achmet Bey (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837)

Chaplin

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Clarke

citizens, fishermen, masks (16) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838)

Collier, J. W.

Flutter (17) in All For Love (22 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Jacob Twig (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838); Chittygong (16) in Gnome Fly (12 Mar 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Cymon (1) in Irishman in London (16 May 1838)

Collins

Blue Peter (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838)

Cooke

Dollarino (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838); citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838); Ibrahim (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837)

Cooke, Thomas P.

William (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838)

Crooke

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Cullenford, William

Manager (3) in Actress of All Work (5 Oct 1837 - 7 Oct 1837); Dominic (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Doggrass (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838); Mr. Snaply (39) in Dancing Barber (8 Jan 1838 - 19 May 1838); Mathurin (6) in Death Token (23 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Lord Chancellor (6) in Dumb Man of Manchester (9 Oct 1837 - 14 Oct 1837); Solomon Ben Solomon (46) in Gnome Fly (31 Jan 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Dennis Murphy (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); Arnold Keller (20) in Guide of the Tyrol (26 Mar 1838 - 28 Apr 1838); Dr. Flail (1) in Irish Tutor (18 May 1838); Frost (1) in Irishman in London (16 May 1838); Lope (16) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); Doctor Polypus (12) in Man with the Nose (16 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Jean Bruneau (8) in Mayor and the Monkey (26 Mar 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Old Melbourne (20) in More Blunders Than One (5 Mar 1838 - 15 May 1838); Mr. Ledger (7) in Omnibus (23 Apr 1838 - 17 May 1838); Jerome Gaibois (1) in One Hundred Two (16 May 1838); Dan Muggin (6) in Pat and the Potatoes (30 Apr 1838 - 5 May 1838); Devarrennes (14) in Pocket Book (29 Sep 1837 - 21 Oct 1837); Grayling (18) in St. Mary's Eve (1 Jan 1838 - 20 Jan 1838); Premislaus (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838); Serjeant Dubourg (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837)

Curtis

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Dalton

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Davidge, George B.

Philip Gaibois (1) in One Hundred Two (16 May 1838)

Denvil, Henry G.

Ulick O'Sullivan (18) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 5 May 1838); Fritz Kelman (12) in Guide of the Tyrol (16 Apr 1838 - 28 Apr 1838)

Ducrow, Andrew

Tom (6) in Dumb Man of Manchester (9 Oct 1837 - 14 Oct 1837)

Dunn, John

Baptiste (6) in Death Token (23 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); General Lemire (14) in Pocket Book (29 Sep 1837 - 21 Oct 1837); Bill Jones (97) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 19 May 1838); Otho (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Fulford, Richard

Verdigrissimo (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838)

Gee

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

George

meteors (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Seaweed (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838); Gomes (6) in Boy and the Bandits (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); Duverley (46) in Gnome Fly (31 Jan 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Jack Gale (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); Urick (20) in Guide of the Tyrol (26 Mar 1838 - 28 Apr 1838); Shillinobobeno (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838); beadle (1) in Irish Tutor (18 May 1838); Gil Popo (16) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); John (6) in Married Rake (12 Feb 1838 - 17 Feb 1838); Osmin (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837)

Gibson

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Gifford

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Goddard

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Gray, Hugh

Queerfarthing (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838)

Gregg

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Hamilton

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Harvey

meteors (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); 1st gentleman (32) in Black Domino (22 Jan 1838 - 17 May 1838); Badmag (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838); Silver Sixpence (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838); Harlequin (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838)

Higgins

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Horne

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Jackson

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Johnson

meteors (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Farincourt (9) in Duchess de la Vaubaliere (7 May 1838 - 19 May 1838); citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Johnson, Master

Hector Lee (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838)

Jones

citizens, fishermen, masks (16) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Josephs

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Knight

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Lane

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Lansdowne

Ploughshare (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838); Sanguino (6) in Boy and the Bandits (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); gentleman (2) in Christening (16 May 1838 - 18 May 1838); D'Argenville (9) in Duchess de la Vaubaliere (7 May 1838 - 19 May 1838); Capt. Grey (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); commandant (20) in Guide of the Tyrol (26 Mar 1838 - 28 Apr 1838); first countryman (1) in Irish Tutor (18 May 1838); The Corregidor (10) in Maiden's Fame (19 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838)

Lefer

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Lyon

Roland (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Count Felix (6) in Death Token (23 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Duke de la Vaubaliere (9) in Duchess de la Vaubaliere (7 May 1838 - 19 May 1838); Edward Wilton (6) in Dumb Man of Manchester (9 Oct 1837 - 14 Oct 1837); Sidi (46) in Gnome Fly (31 Jan 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Ulick O'Sullivan (3) in Groves of Blarney (8 May 1838 - 12 May 1838); Fritz Kelman (8) in Guide of the Tyrol (26 Mar 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Juan Romiro (16) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); Arthur Devarrennes (14) in Pocket Book (29 Sep 1837 - 21 Oct 1837); Rory O'More (6) in Rory O'More (4 Dec 1837 - 9 Dec 1837); Major Wentworth (18) in St. Mary's Eve (1 Jan 1838 - 20 Jan 1838); Ludgar (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838); Colonel Bernelle (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837)

Maddow

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Marsden

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

McLane

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Mitchenson, William

Quicksilver (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838); Blue Nose (6) in Pat and the Potatoes (30 Apr 1838 - 5 May 1838)

Nall

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Nano, Signor Hervio

Alnain (46) in Gnome Fly (31 Jan 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Sapajou (46) in Gnome Fly (31 Jan 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); The Monkey (8) in Mayor and the Monkey (26 Mar 1838 - 7 Apr 1838)

Power, Tyrone

Connor O'Gorman (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); Doctor O'Toole (1) in Irish Tutor (18 May 1838); Murtoch Delaney (1) in Irishman in London (16 May 1838); Larry Hoolagan (20) in More Blunders Than One (5 Mar 1838 - 15 May 1838); Patrick Rooney (7) in Omnibus (23 Apr 1838 - 17 May 1838); Mick Mulligan (6) in Pat and the Potatoes (30 Apr 1838 - 5 May 1838); Rory O'More (91) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 19 May 1838)

Price

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Pye

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Roberts

Raker (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838); Spalatro (6) in Boy and the Bandits (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); citizens, Saxons (132) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Rogers

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Sachwill

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Sanders, John

meteors (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Melchior (32) in Black Domino (22 Jan 1838 - 17 May 1838); Hatchett (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838); Domingo (6) in Boy and the Bandits (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); servant (2) in Christening (16 May 1838 - 18 May 1838); the Judge (6) in Death Token (23 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Raymond (9) in Duchess de la Vaubaliere (7 May 1838 - 19 May 1838); Mick Sweeny (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); officer (20) in Guide of the Tyrol (26 Mar 1838 - 28 Apr 1838); Harpihapani (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838); Clown (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838); Tillwell (1) in Irish Tutor (18 May 1838); Ray Dias (16) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); Gilbert (8) in Mayor and the Monkey (26 Mar 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Trap (20) in More Blunders Than One (5 Mar 1838 - 15 May 1838); Alderman Dobbs (7) in Omnibus (23 Apr 1838 - 17 May 1838); Whang Tum (6) in Pat and the Potatoes (30 Apr 1838 - 5 May 1838); Robert (14) in Pocket Book (29 Sep 1837 - 21 Oct 1837); Soldering Solomon (97) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 19 May 1838); Edgar (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838); Captain Didier (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837)

Saville, John F.

Frederick (3) in Actress of All Work (5 Oct 1837 - 7 Oct 1837); Juliano (32) in Black Domino (22 Jan 1838 - 17 May 1838); Captain Crosstree (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838); Captain Rolando (6) in Boy and the Bandits (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); Mr. Wharton (2) in Christening (16 May 1838 - 18 May 1838); Alfred Fitzfrolic (39) in Dancing Barber (8 Jan 1838 - 19 May 1838); Chatlet (6) in Death Token (23 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Adrian (9) in Duchess de la Vaubaliere (7 May 1838 - 19 May 1838); Mr. Palmerston (6) in Dumb Man of Manchester (9 Oct 1837 - 14 Oct 1837); Shamuckda (46) in Gnome Fly (31 Jan 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Marcus Roche (15) in Groves of Blarney (23 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); Alfred Keller (20) in Guide of the Tyrol (26 Mar 1838 - 28 Apr 1838); Captain Seymour (1) in Irishman in London (16 May 1838); Senhor Torijos (16) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); Mr. Percival (12) in Man with the Nose (16 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Mr. Frederick Flighty (6) in Married Rake (12 Feb 1838 - 17 Feb 1838); Albert (8) in Mayor and the Monkey (26 Mar 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Young Melbourne (20) in More Blunders Than One (5 Mar 1838 - 15 May 1838); Antoine (1) in One Hundred Two (16 May 1838); Ernest Lemire (14) in Pocket Book (29 Sep 1837 - 21 Oct 1837); De Lacy (97) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 19 May 1838); Robert Vaughan (18) in St. Mary's Eve (1 Jan 1838 - 20 Jan 1838); Melnich (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838); General Damremont (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837)

Searle, William

meteors (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); 2nd gentleman (32) in Black Domino (22 Jan 1838 - 17 May 1838); second servant (6) in Death Token (23 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Cobolt (46) in Gnome Fly (31 Jan 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Giant Pennypiece (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838); Sandoval (16) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); countryman (14) in Pocket Book (29 Sep 1837 - 21 Oct 1837); third citizen (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838); citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838); Murad (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837)

Seguin

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Shaw, J.?

Jack Flannerty (97) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 19 May 1838)

Sills

Bronzabolio (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838)

Smith

citizens, fishermen, masks (16) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Smith, O.

Gil Perez (32) in Black Domino (22 Jan 1838 - 17 May 1838); Despardo (6) in Boy and the Bandits (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); Mr. Hopkins Twiddy (1) in Christening (18 May 1838); Peloir with the Ban (6) in Death Token (23 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Leonard (9) in Duchess de la Vaubaliere (7 May 1838 - 19 May 1838); Marcus Roche (6) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); Wilhelm Kelman (20) in Guide of the Tyrol (26 Mar 1838 - 28 Apr 1838); Guava (16) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); Meinheer Von Snortenfeldt (12) in Man with the Nose (16 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Denis (8) in Mayor and the Monkey (26 Mar 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Moon Eye (6) in Pat and the Potatoes (30 Apr 1838 - 5 May 1838); Jean Le Brun (14) in Pocket Book (29 Sep 1837 - 21 Oct 1837); Captain Henry Nugent (10) in Rifle Brigade (19 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); Shan Dhu (97) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 19 May 1838); Bath Sharpe (18) in St. Mary's Eve (1 Jan 1838 - 20 Jan 1838); Graff (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838); Mohammed (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837)

Smith, Stephen

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Umpebly

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Upsdell

Quid (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838); Pietro (6) in Boy and the Bandits (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); groom (9) in Duchess de la Vaubaliere (7 May 1838 - 19 May 1838); Tom Staff (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); second countryman (1) in Irish Tutor (18 May 1838); Second citizen (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Wellington

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Wells

Catch'em (39) in Dancing Barber (8 Jan 1838 - 19 May 1838)

Wilkinson, James P.

Lord Elfont (32) in Black Domino (22 Jan 1838 - 17 May 1838); Gnatbrain (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838); Andrew Corculo (6) in Boy and the Bandits (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); Mr. Grum (2) in Christening (16 May 1838 - 18 May 1838); Mr. Dunderhead Twaddle (39) in Dancing Barber (8 Jan 1838 - 19 May 1838); Solomon (6) in Death Token (23 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Morriseau (9) in Duchess de la Vaubaliere (7 May 1838 - 19 May 1838); Crispin Welter (6) in Dumb Man of Manchester (9 Oct 1837 - 14 Oct 1837); Mustapha Gobemouchi (46) in Gnome Fly (31 Jan 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Peter Swan (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); Tim the Touter (12) in Man with the Nose (16 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Francois (1) in One Hundred Two (16 May 1838); Pho Phoh (6) in Pat and the Potatoes (30 Apr 1838 - 5 May 1838); Mons. Dupont (14) in Pocket Book (29 Sep 1837 - 21 Oct 1837); Scrubs (97) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 19 May 1838); Chalk (18) in St. Mary's Eve (1 Jan 1838 - 20 Jan 1838); Bolbec (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838); Tony Boward (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837)

Williams

Lieutenant Pike (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838); Alvarez (6) in Boy and the Bandits (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); Sabran (9) in Duchess de la Vaubaliere (7 May 1838 - 19 May 1838); Terry Conroy (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); Henrick (20) in Guide of the Tyrol (26 Mar 1838 - 28 Apr 1838); Ralph (18) in St. Mary's Eve (1 Jan 1838 - 20 Jan 1838); citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Willoughby

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Wilson

Emperor Guinea (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838); citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Wright

citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Yates, Frederick H.

Flutter (5) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 20 Jan 1838); Horace de Massaremo (32) in Black Domino (22 Jan 1838 - 17 May 1838); Lord Mincington (39) in Dancing Barber (8 Jan 1838 - 19 May 1838); The Griffin (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); Andreas Hofer (8) in Guide of the Tyrol (26 Mar 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Edward (1) in Irishman in London (16 May 1838); Count D'Alfarache (6) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 17 Feb 1838); Pierre Cagnard (4) in Mayor and the Monkey (26 Mar 1838 - 31 Mar 1838); Thomas Dobbs, Jr. (7) in Omnibus (23 Apr 1838 - 17 May 1838); Twanki (6) in Pat and the Potatoes (30 Apr 1838 - 5 May 1838); Mr. Doddleton (10) in Rifle Brigade (19 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); De Welskein (97) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 19 May 1838)

Young

Pierre (6) in Death Token (23 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Mons. Fleuret (14) in Pocket Book (29 Sep 1837 - 21 Oct 1837); Pierre (97) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 19 May 1838); first citizen (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838); citizens, Saxons (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Actresses

Barker, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Barnett, Mrs. Richard

Nelly (6) in Dumb Man of Manchester (9 Oct 1837 - 14 Oct 1837); Miss Tomboy (3) in Tomboy (2 Oct 1837 - 4 Oct 1837)

Barton, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Bayley, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Bullen, Miss

Pleiads (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Fairy Fourpence (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838); The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Campbell, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Carr, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Carson, Miss Josephine

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Carter, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Celeste, Mme. Celine

Madeline (18) in St. Mary's Eve (1 Jan 1838 - 20 Jan 1838); Victoire (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837); Henri St. Alme (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837); Hamet (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837)

Cooke, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Cooke, Mrs. John P.

Urania (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Jacintha (25) in Black Domino (22 Jan 1838 - 17 Mar 1838); Mrs. Motherton (2) in Christening (16 May 1838 - 18 May 1838); Mrs. Wilton (6) in Dumb Man of Manchester (9 Oct 1837 - 14 Oct 1837); Margaret (20) in Guide of the Tyrol (26 Mar 1838 - 28 Apr 1838); Miss Bridget Polypus (12) in Man with the Nose (16 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Susan (16) in More Blunders Than One (12 Mar 1838 - 15 May 1838); Madame Lerond (1) in One Hundred Two (16 May 1838); Mme. Gueret (14) in Pocket Book (29 Sep 1837 - 21 Oct 1837); Betty (65) in Rory O'More (6 Nov 1837 - 19 May 1838); Widow O'More (32) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 4 Nov 1837); Regina (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838); Mme. Dubourg (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837)

Corri, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Crisp, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Dixon, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Drummond, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Drummond, Miss A.

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Enscoe, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Gough, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Goward, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Gyngell, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Hayman, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Herbert, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Hildebrand, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Hooper, Mrs.

Gil Blas (6) in Boy and the Bandits (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); Mrs. Dolby Lovechild (1) in Christening (18 May 1838); Margaret Lee (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); Bertha Hofer (12) in Guide of the Tyrol (16 Apr 1838 - 28 Apr 1838)

Howell, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Jackson, Miss

Pleiads (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838)

Jefferson, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Jenkins, Miss

Theodore (1) in One Hundred Two (16 May 1838)

Johnson, Mrs.

Dame Margaret (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Widow O'More (60) in Rory O'More (6 Nov 1837 - 11 May 1838); Diabe (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Jones, Miss

Pleiads (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838)

Keeley, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Kelly, Mrs.

Queen Sovereign (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838)

Lancaster, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Lee, Miss

Pleiads (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Meerjehan (16) in Gnome Fly (12 Mar 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Mary O'More (11) in Rory O'More (12 Mar 1838 - 11 May 1838); Maria (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Lee, Miss A.

Pleiads (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838)

Lee, Miss E.

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Lightfoot, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Lone, Miss

Martha (2) in Christening (16 May 1838 - 18 May 1838)

Mackrill, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Martin, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Mercer, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Murray, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Mysdell, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Naylor, Mrs.

Miss Hobday (1) in Christening (16 May 1838); Betty (18) in Dancing Barber (8 Jan 1838 - 27 Jan 1838); Princess Halfcrowniana (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838); Columbine (30) in Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece (26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838); Cubba (1) in Irishman in London (16 May 1838); Gitta (16) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); Fanchon (8) in Mayor and the Monkey (26 Mar 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Letty (20) in More Blunders Than One (5 Mar 1838 - 15 May 1838); Nelly (97) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 19 May 1838); Mina (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Newton, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Nisbett, Mrs. John A.

Asteria (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Paquita (16) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); Mrs. Trictrace (6) in Married Rake (12 Feb 1838 - 17 Feb 1838); Cornet Fitzherbert Fitzhenry (6) in Married Rake (12 Feb 1838 - 17 Feb 1838); Mrs. Major Masterman (10) in Rifle Brigade (19 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838)

Ormskirk, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Paris, Miss

Miss Damper (7) in Omnibus (23 Apr 1838 - 17 May 1838)

Paris, Miss E.

Miss Hobday (1) in Christening (18 May 1838); Miss Jemima Damper (7) in Omnibus (23 Apr 1838 - 17 May 1838); Louise (1) in One Hundred Two (16 May 1838)

Paulo, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Reiley, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Roberts, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Rogers, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Seward, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Shaw, Miss

Lucette (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Francesca (21) in Black Domino (22 Jan 1838 - 10 Mar 1838); Dolly Mayflower (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838); Brunetta (6) in Boy and the Bandits (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); Mrs. Snaply (39) in Dancing Barber (8 Jan 1838 - 19 May 1838); Justine (6) in Death Token (23 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Meerjehan (30) in Gnome Fly (31 Jan 1838 - 10 Mar 1838); Flora Russel (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); Mary (1) in Irish Tutor (18 May 1838); Caroline (1) in Irishman in London (16 May 1838); Mrs. Percival (12) in Man with the Nose (16 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Susan Twist (6) in Married Rake (12 Feb 1838 - 17 Feb 1838); Susan (4) in More Blunders Than One (5 Mar 1838 - 10 Mar 1838); Isabel (1) in One Hundred Two (16 May 1838); Perker (10) in Rifle Brigade (19 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); Betty (32) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 4 Nov 1837); Kathleen (65) in Rory O'More (6 Nov 1837 - 19 May 1838); Mary Mayfield (18) in St. Mary's Eve (1 Jan 1838 - 20 Jan 1838); Kebo (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838); Lucille (20) in Victoire (4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837)

Somers, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Somers, Miss A.

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Taylor, Miss Agnes

Iris (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Francesca (7) in Black Domino (30 Apr 1838 - 17 May 1838); Ursula (17) in Black Domino (22 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838); Little Tom (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838); Donna Mensia (6) in Boy and the Bandits (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); Lady Flitterly (39) in Dancing Barber (8 Jan 1838 - 19 May 1838); Laurette (6) in Death Token (23 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Princess Felima (46) in Gnome Fly (31 Jan 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Aileen O'Sullivan (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); Rose (1) in Irish Tutor (18 May 1838); Louise (1) in Irishman in London (16 May 1838); Mrs. Flighty (6) in Married Rake (12 Feb 1838 - 17 Feb 1838); Justine (8) in Mayor and the Monkey (26 Mar 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Louisa Lovemore (20) in More Blunders Than One (5 Mar 1838 - 15 May 1838); Julia Ledger (7) in Omnibus (23 Apr 1838 - 17 May 1838); Ching Ching (6) in Pat and the Potatoes (30 Apr 1838 - 5 May 1838); Mrs. Doddleton (10) in Rifle Brigade (19 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); Mary O'More (86) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 19 May 1838); Xenia (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Upsdell, Miss

Pleiads (22) in All For Love (16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838)

Warne, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Warren, Miss

Jacintha (7) in Black Domino (30 Apr 1838 - 17 May 1838); Old Monica (21) in Groves of Blarney (16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838); Mrs. Dobbs (7) in Omnibus (23 Apr 1838 - 17 May 1838)

Warren, Mrs.

Leonardo (6) in Boy and the Bandits (16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838); Mrs. Carney (2) in Christening (16 May 1838 - 18 May 1838); Martha (9) in Duchess de la Vaubaliere (7 May 1838 - 19 May 1838); Widow O'More (5) in Rory O'More (14 May 1838 - 19 May 1838)

Watkinson, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Watson, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Williams, Miss

The Queen's Guard (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Yates, Mrs. Frederick H.

Maria (3) in Actress of All Work (5 Oct 1837 - 7 Oct 1837); Bridget (3) in Actress of All Work (5 Oct 1837 - 7 Oct 1837); Flourish (3) in Actress of All Work (5 Oct 1837 - 7 Oct 1837); Goody Stubbins (3) in Actress of All Work (5 Oct 1837 - 7 Oct 1837); Lounge (3) in Actress of All Work (5 Oct 1837 - 7 Oct 1837); Mademoiselle Josephine (3) in Actress of All Work (5 Oct 1837 - 7 Oct 1837); Angelle (32) in Black Domino (22 Jan 1838 - 17 May 1838); Black-Eyed Susan (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (16 May 1838); Mrs. Dolby Lovechild (1) in Christening (16 May 1838); Mariette (6) in Death Token (23 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837); Julie (9) in Duchess de la Vaubaliere (7 May 1838 - 19 May 1838); Jane Wilton (6) in Dumb Man of Manchester (9 Oct 1837 - 14 Oct 1837); Bertha Hofer (8) in Guide of the Tyrol (26 Mar 1838 - 7 Apr 1838); Lady Inez (16) in Maiden's Fame (12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838); Marie (14) in Pocket Book (29 Sep 1837 - 21 Oct 1837); Kathleen (32) in Rory O'More (29 Sep 1837 - 4 Nov 1837); Valsha (66) in Valsha (30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Singers

Dancers

Entertainers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

Actress of All Work, The[; or, My Country Cousin]

(farce, 1 act) by William H. Oxberry (3 times, 5 Oct 1837 - 7 Oct 1837)

Summary Cast:

* All For Love; or, The Lost Pleiad

(musical drama, 3 acts) by Joseph S. Coyne, A. Pilati (comp) (22 times, 16 Jan 1838 - 10 Feb 1838)

Summary Cast:

* Black Domino, The

(burletta, 2 acts) by Joseph S. Coyne (32 times, 22 Jan 1838 - 17 May 1838)

Summary Cast:

Black-Eyed Susan; or, All In the Downs

(melodrama) by Douglas W. Jerrold (1 time, 16 May 1838)

Summary Cast:

Boy and the Bandits, The

(melodrama, 3 acts) by Unknown (6 times, 16 Apr 1838 - 21 Apr 1838)

Summary Cast:

Christening, The

(farce) by John B. Buckstone (2 times, 16 May 1838 - 18 May 1838)

Summary Cast:

* Dancing Barber, The

(burletta, 1 act) by Charles Selby (39 times, 8 Jan 1838 - 19 May 1838)

Summary Cast:

Death Token, The

(drama) by Thomas E. Wilks (6 times, 23 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837)

Summary Cast:

Duchess de la Vaubaliere, The

(drama) by John B. Buckstone (9 times, 7 May 1838 - 19 May 1838)

Summary Cast:

Dumb Man of Manchester, The

(melodrama, 2 acts) by Barnabas F. Rayner (6 times, 9 Oct 1837 - 14 Oct 1837)

Summary Cast:

* Gnome Fly, The

(extravaganza, intro, 2 parts) by Harvey Leach (46 times, 31 Jan 1838 - 7 Apr 1838)

Summary Cast:

* Groves of Blarney, The

(comic drama, 3 acts) by Mrs. Anna M. Hall, William Forde (comp), Alexander D. Roche (comp) (21 times, 16 Apr 1838 - 12 May 1838)

Summary Cast:

* Guide of the Tyrol, The

(romantic burletta, 3 acts) by Thomas G. Blake? (20 times, 26 Mar 1838 - 28 Apr 1838)

Summary Cast:

* Harlequin Silver Sixpence and the Giant Penny Piece; or, The World of Coins

(pantomime) by G. Dorrington, William H. Callcott (comp) (30 times, 26 Dec 1837 - 29 Jan 1838)

Summary Cast:

Irish Tutor, The; or, "New Lights"

(farce) by Richard Butler (1 time, 18 May 1838)

Summary Cast:

Irishman in London, The

(burletta) by Unknown (1 time, 16 May 1838)

Summary Cast:

* Maiden's Fame, A; or, A Legend of Lisbon

(romantic burletta, 2 acts) by William B. Bernard (16 times, 12 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838)

Summary Cast:

* Man with the Nose, The[; or, A Cure for Love]

(farce, 1 act) by Unknown (12 times, 16 Oct 1837 - 28 Oct 1837)

Summary Cast:

Married Rake, The

(comedy, 1 act) by Charles Selby (6 times, 12 Feb 1838 - 17 Feb 1838)

Summary Cast:

* Mayor and the Monkey, The

(burletta) by Joseph S. Coyne (8 times, 26 Mar 1838 - 7 Apr 1838)

Summary Cast:

More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet

(farce) by James T. Rodwell (20 times, 5 Mar 1838 - 15 May 1838)

Summary Cast:

Omnibus, The[; or, A Convenient Distance]

(farce) by Isaac Pocock (7 times, 23 Apr 1838 - 17 May 1838)

Summary Cast:

One Hundred Two; or, The Veteran and His Progeny

(comedy) by Henry M. Milner (1 time, 16 May 1838)

Summary Cast:

* Pat and the Potatoes; or, The Abandoned Irishman

(extravaganza) by Unknown (6 times, 30 Apr 1838 - 5 May 1838)

Summary Cast:

* Pocket Book, The

(melodrama, 3 acts) by Unknown (14 times, 29 Sep 1837 - 21 Oct 1837)

Summary Cast:

* Rifle Brigade, The

(burletta) by Charles Selby (10 times, 19 Feb 1838 - 3 Mar 1838)

Summary Cast:

* Rory O'More

(romantic burletta, 3 acts) by Samuel Lover, Holmes (comp) (97 times, 29 Sep 1837 - 19 May 1838)

Summary Cast:

* St. Mary's Eve; or, A Story of the Solway

(melodrama, 2 acts) by William B. Bernard (18 times, 1 Jan 1838 - 20 Jan 1838)

Summary Cast:

Tomboy, The

(burletta) by Unknown (3 times, 2 Oct 1837 - 4 Oct 1837)

Summary Cast:

* Valsha; or, The Slave Queen

(burletta, 3 acts) by Joseph S. Coyne, A. Pilati (comp) (66 times, 30 Oct 1837 - 15 Jan 1838)

Summary Cast:

* Victoire; or, The Fall of Constantina

(drama) by Unknown (20 times, 4 Dec 1837 - 30 Dec 1837)

Summary Cast:

Genre

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