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 1840-1841

Edited by Franklin & Mary Case

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

5 October 1840 - 4 September 1841

254 performances: 254 evening

Benefit (2): Mrs. Frederick H. Yates (1 Apr 1841)
Mears (21 Apr 1841)
Dark (4): Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1840)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1840)
Ash Wednesday (24 Feb 1841)
Good Friday (9 Apr 1841)
Lent (11): C. H. Adams' Astronomy lecture (5 Apr 1841, 6 Apr 1841, 7 Apr 1841, 8 Apr 1841, 10 Apr 1841, 12 Apr 1841, 13 Apr 1841, 14 Apr 1841, 15 Apr 1841, 16 Apr 1841, 17 Apr 1841)
Non-dramatic Entertainment (90): Magic and Variety by John H. Anderson (24 May 1841, 25 May 1841, 26 May 1841, 27 May 1841, 28 May 1841, 29 May 1841, 31 May 1841, 1 Jun 1841, 2 Jun 1841, 3 Jun 1841, 4 Jun 1841, 5 Jun 1841, 7 Jun 1841, 8 Jun 1841, 9 Jun 1841, 10 Jun 1841, 11 Jun 1841, 12 Jun 1841, 14 Jun 1841, 15 Jun 1841, 16 Jun 1841, 17 Jun 1841, 18 Jun 1841, 19 Jun 1841, 21 Jun 1841, 22 Jun 1841, 23 Jun 1841, 24 Jun 1841, 25 Jun 1841, 26 Jun 1841, 28 Jun 1841, 29 Jun 1841, 30 Jun 1841, 1 Jul 1841, 2 Jul 1841, 3 Jul 1841, 5 Jul 1841, 6 Jul 1841, 7 Jul 1841, 8 Jul 1841, 9 Jul 1841, 10 Jul 1841, 12 Jul 1841, 13 Jul 1841, 14 Jul 1841, 15 Jul 1841, 16 Jul 1841, 17 Jul 1841, 19 Jul 1841, 20 Jul 1841, 21 Jul 1841, 22 Jul 1841, 23 Jul 1841, 24 Jul 1841, 26 Jul 1841, 27 Jul 1841, 28 Jul 1841, 29 Jul 1841, 30 Jul 1841, 31 Jul 1841, 2 Aug 1841, 3 Aug 1841, 4 Aug 1841, 5 Aug 1841, 6 Aug 1841, 7 Aug 1841, 9 Aug 1841, 10 Aug 1841, 11 Aug 1841, 12 Aug 1841, 13 Aug 1841, 14 Aug 1841, 16 Aug 1841, 17 Aug 1841, 18 Aug 1841, 19 Aug 1841, 20 Aug 1841, 21 Aug 1841, 23 Aug 1841, 24 Aug 1841, 25 Aug 1841, 26 Aug 1841, 27 Aug 1841, 28 Aug 1841, 30 Aug 1841, 31 Aug 1841, 1 Sep 1841, 2 Sep 1841, 3 Sep 1841, 4 Sep 1841)

The Season

Under the proprietorship of Frederick H. Yates and Thomas Gladstane, the Adelphi Theatre opened its 1840-41 season on 5 October 1840, and closed on 4 September 1841. For this season, considerable expense went towards improving ventilation and making other alterations to the theatre. For example, two new act drops and curtains were painted by W. Telbin.

Historical dramas were popular this season. Robespierre; or, Two Days of the Revolution, elicited a justification from the author, William Bernard, which was printed on the bills:

To place him (Robespierre) more forcibly before an audience and at the same time to realize some of the most striking features of his career, the Author has selected for the action of his story, two separate days of the Revolution--respectively illustrating its gaiety and its gloom--the First being the Jacobin Festival, on the 10th of August 1793, when Paris was involved in a delirium of enjoyment. With its fraternity and equality, its Boulevards and its Ball-rooms--and the Second that of Robespierre's fall--nearly a twelvemonth afterwards, when the Reign of Terror was at its height, and to use the words of Tallien, 'had become a game in which men played for their lives'.

The Theatrical Journal was impressed. "Mr. Yates, ever true to nature, acts the part of Robespierre to life . . . Dumond was represented by Mr. Lyon in a very effective manner, the best thing we can remember him to have done. Mrs. Yates is a prize to any manager, her voice is so pathetic . . . it would move the most hardened villain" (17 October 1840).

Much more controversial was the production of Laffarge; or, Self-will in Woman since the heroine had been accused of poisoning her husband. The following letter, addressed to the Lord Chamberlain, appeared in the Morning Herald: "If English audiences are to be thus brutalized under the 'express sanction' of the Chamberlain's office--if the popular mind is, in its recreations, to be familiarised with lust and murder--the sooner the House of Commons relieves your lordship of your present theatrical privilege the better."

Frederick Yates indignantly answered the "playgoer," printing his letter to the Morning Herald in the playbill. He said in part, "Can anyone discover in this announce [sic], an intention on the part of the manager. . . . to 'familiarise the public with lust and murder'?"

The Theatrical Journal (31 October 1840) supported Yates' position and praised the production.

Some stupid person thought proper to apply to the Lord Chamberlain to suppress the performance of it. It is now before the public and affords a splendid night's amusement, without injuring the morals of the rising generation; on the contrary, it is a lesson to those who might err through jealousy. The dramatist . . . has thrown aside all the circumstances connected with the death of her husband and the sequent trial of Madame Laffarge on the accusation of administering poison. . . . The tragic portion tells well, and Mrs. Yates does ample justice to that which is set down for her. The part played by Mr. Yates . . . is well portrayed; no other actor we know of could give it so complete an effect (p. 383).

The policy of putting on a dramatization of a Dickens' novel was continued with Yates playing Quilp in The Old Curiosity Shop. The Theatrical Journal said: "The scene where Quilp puts his bill of sale in force is admirable, likewise that of the races. . . . All concerned in the piece deserve great credit" (14 November 1840, p. 392).

Yates also brightened up the dreary month of November by getting up a one act version of The Beggars' Opera Burlesqued in which Paul Bedford played Polly Peachum and Mrs. Keeley Macheath. The piece was successful. The Theatrical Journal commented "one unbroken laughter peals through the house, and when the curtain falls, you return home with aching sides" (28 November 1840, p. 408).

The Christmas pantomime was Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish, or, The Geni of the Brazen Bottle. The following description is taken from the bill.

Legend--The Sultan's lost son, Prince Floridore, attempting to elope with Amanda, the beautiful ward of an old Magician, he confined them both in his Black Castle; when Floridore's four Servants, plotting their escape, the Magician changed them into Four Fishes, and had them thrown into an obscure pond. Meantime the Geni, Polyphlosboie Thalasses, who, by the arts of the Magician, has been shut up at the bottom of the sea in a copper case, being accidently extricated by Mustapha, a Fisherman, the pond was pointed out--and the Fish caught, etc. etc.--Old Turkish Tale

Particularly significant about the casting of this piece was the appearance of the great harlequin, "Old Tom" Ellar, who had fallen on evil times. Arrested while appearing at the Royal Victoria Saloon in January, he was brought before a magistrate who recognized him. Ellar explained age and distress had so bent him down he was glad to make a penny any way he could. Yates engaged him for the pantomime at four guineas a week and offered him an engagement for the following season. Ellar died in 1842 aged sixty-two.

A new melodrama, Agnes St. Aubin, by Julia Pardoe, tapped a familiar domestic vein. The heroine, played by Mrs. Yates, is placed in a series of harrowing situations by the return of her villainous husband, Doligny (played by O. Smith) who was thought to have died in the galleys. He blackmails Agnes, who is suspected of infidelity by her second husband. All turns out for the best when Doligny dies after a last minute confession. The Theatrical Journal praised the piece. It was "beautifully acted." "We are glad to see O. Smith on these boards, he seemed to be at home and amongst old friends and played with the same earnestness of manner of former days" (23 January 1841).

The scene painters came in for particular praise from the Theatrical Journal. A reviwer wrote of Satanas and the Spirit of Beauty, "it abounds with everything that can please the senses--scenery of the most gorgeous description from terraced gardens to tessellated pavements with sparkling fountains and alabastic statues, two glimpses of the harem, caverns of gloom to fairy homes of dazzling brightness" (20 February 1841, p. 59). The first scene of the piece took twenty-five minutes to set.

After the regular season, Henry Anderson "The Wizard of the North" took the theatre and was a great success. One of his attractions was his frankness; he assured the audience his tricks were all deceptions made possible by his great practice and experience. One of his most popular sleights of hand was the handkerchief trick. Borrowing seven handkerchiefs, he tied them together and then found them singly in various places. Finally five of them were discovered in a bottle. The other two appeared genuinely to be lost, but the Wizard, taking the violin from the leader of the band, smashed it into pieces and discovered the missing handkerchiefs.

Anderson gained even more respect by being the first performer to hold a benefit for the company of Astley's Amphitheatre--the building having been destroyed by fire.

All did not go smoothly, however. On 26 June 1841, Anderson attempted the "gun trick" in which he caught a bullet with his teeth. The ball lodged in his mouth, and the gentleman chosen to fire the pistol was obliged to remove the errant bullet. Despite the blood, the Wizard was able to continue his performances.

FC/MC

Theatre Management And Functionaries

Authors

Bernard, William B. Robespierre (5 Oct 1840)
Buckstone, John B. Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840)
Victorine (1 Apr 1841)
Coyne, Joseph S. Laffarge (29 Oct 1840)
Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841)
Dubois Deeds of Dreadful Note! (11 Jan 1841)
Lemon, Mark Gwyneth Vaughan (21 Apr 1841)
Pardoe, Miss Julia S. Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841)
Peake, Richard B. Flip-Flap Footman, The (5 Oct 1840)
HB (1 Feb 1841)
Reynolds, Frederic Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840)
Selby, Charles Married Rake, The (8 Feb 1841)
Stirling, Edward Bluejackets, The (5 Oct 1840)
Old Curiosity Shop, The (9 Nov 1840)
Oliver Twist (23 Nov 1840)
Tower of London, The (30 Nov 1840)
Unknown Beggar's Opera Burlesqued, The (16 Nov 1840)
Quaker (21 Apr 1841)
Tea-totallers, The (7 Dec 1840)
Vision at St. Helena (14 Dec 1840)
Vol-au-Vent (21 Apr 1841)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Rodwell, George H. Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840)
Laffarge (29 Oct 1840)
Old Curiosity Shop, The (9 Nov 1840)
Robespierre (5 Oct 1840)
Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841)

Actors

Bannister

Chaser (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Cornelius O'Cork (26) in Flip-Flap Footman (12 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Hogarth (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Pugh (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Henriot (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840)

Bedford, Paul J.

Polly (49) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (16 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Captain Funnel, T.N. (6) in HB (1 Feb 1841 - 6 Feb 1841); Joe Blueskin (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Victor Bouchardy (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Tom Codlin (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Cato Boze (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); The Cadi (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Bacchus (6) in Tea-totallers (7 Dec 1840 - 12 Dec 1840); Magog (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Mr. Bonassus (1) in Victorine (1 Apr 1841)

Brown, Master

schoolboys (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841)

Butler

gamblers (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); policemen (69) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (11 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Wrinkliana (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Owen Miles (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Mercury (6) in Tea-totallers (7 Dec 1840 - 12 Dec 1840); Simon (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Butler, F.

Hock (6) in HB (1 Feb 1841 - 6 Feb 1841); Juan Roveno (34) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (22 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Collins, Master

Tommy Stoker (6) in HB (1 Feb 1841 - 6 Feb 1841)

Cullenford, William

Admiral Trunnion (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Stuffem (69) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (11 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Polyphlosboio (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Mr. William Kneebone (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); M. Garat (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Mr. Garland (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Fouquier Tinville (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); Hernando (34) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (22 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Sayd Hassan (9) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 20 Feb 1841); Earl of Chandos (22) in Tower of London (26 Dec 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Blont (15) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 23 Dec 1840)

Ellar, Thomas

Prince Floridore (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Harlequin (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841)

Freeborn

Narcissus (45) in Agnes St. Aubin (8 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Grab'em (51) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (1 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Sir James Thornhill (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Alphonse (24) in Laffarge (9 Nov 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Jack Redburn (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Billaud Varennes (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); Chevalier Mincini (41) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 31 Mar 1841); Earl of Shrewsbury (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

George

Bernard (1) in Victorine (1 Apr 1841)

Giffin

gamblers (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); fishermen (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Baroboneobanyanbeau (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Mr. Brass (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); landlord of the "Sow and Dustshovel" (6) in Tea-totallers (7 Dec 1840 - 12 Dec 1840); Hairun (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Hall, Harry

Lucy (49) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (16 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Cornelius O'Cork (6) in Flip-Flap Footman (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Abram Mendez (16) in Jack Sheppard (2 Nov 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); M. Laffarge (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Morande (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); landlord of the "Cat and Fishkettle" (6) in Tea-totallers (7 Dec 1840 - 12 Dec 1840); M. Simon Renard (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Henry

servant to St. Aubin (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); porters (69) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (11 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); deaf gentleman (6) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 14 Nov 1840); Thomas (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Hogan

citizens (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841)

Honey, Master

confectioner's boy (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); boy (18) in Old Curiosity Shop (16 Nov 1840 - 5 Dec 1840)

Jackson

Chevalier Mincini (2) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (1 Apr 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

James

De Noailles (22) in Tower of London (26 Dec 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Johnson

Black Slave of the Green Baton (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Peter Trussbout (12) in Tower of London (28 Dec 1840 - 9 Jan 1841)

Jones

citizens (27) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (11 Jan 1841 - 10 Feb 1841); Richard (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Jones, Master

schoolboys (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841)

King

Commissary of Police (42) in Agnes St. Aubin (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); gamblers (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Mrs. Coaxer (37) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Hayband (6) in HB (1 Feb 1841 - 6 Feb 1841); Fattah-Foolah-Gobble-All-Ho (6) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (11 Jan 1841 - 16 Jan 1841); Wiggyo-Waggyo (1) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840); Pantaloon (1) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840); Quilt Arnold (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); garcon (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Mr. Pickwick (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Seneca Petard (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); Pan (6) in Tea-totallers (7 Dec 1840 - 12 Dec 1840); Peter Trussbout (25) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Lane

heralds (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841)

Laporte, Mons.

heralds (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841)

Lee

Commissary of Police (18) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 10 Feb 1841); fishermen (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); landlord of the "Cock and Trumpet" (6) in Tea-totallers (7 Dec 1840 - 12 Dec 1840)

Lightfoot1, Master

children (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841)

Lightfoot2, Master

children (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841)

Lyon

St. Aubin (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Jonathan Wild (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); M. Charles Clave (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Grandfather (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Dumont (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); Count Fabio (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Gilbert (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Michael (1) in Victorine (1 Apr 1841)

Maynard, George

croupier (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Ben Binnacle (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Mustapha (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Sir Rowland Trenchard (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Denis Barbier (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Master Humphrey (6) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 14 Nov 1840); Jainac (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); Count Casabella (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Barnabas (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Mears

beadle (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Juan Roveno (9) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 20 Feb 1841); Sayd Hassan (34) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (22 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); landlord of the "Cow and Canarybird" (6) in Tea-totallers (7 Dec 1840 - 12 Dec 1840); Earl of Pembroke (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Morgan

Delville (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); fishermen (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Thames Darrell (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Collot D'Herbois (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); Marquis Leoni (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); landlord of the "Bear and Bootjack" (6) in Tea-totallers (7 Dec 1840 - 12 Dec 1840); De Noailles (15) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 23 Dec 1840); Blont (22) in Tower of London (26 Dec 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Morris

Wiggyo-Waggyo (39) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (28 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841)

Nightingale, W. H.

Philomel Faddle (32) in Flip-Flap Footman (5 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Sylvester Daggerwood, Jr. (6) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 14 Nov 1840); Gentleman George (6) in Tea-totallers (7 Dec 1840 - 12 Dec 1840)

Robinson, Master

schoolboys (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841)

Sanders, John

advocate (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Jenny Diver (37) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Jacko (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Old Saunders (32) in Flip-Flap Footman (5 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Olla-Podrida (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Pantaloon (39) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (28 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Kettleby (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Gringet (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); John (3) in Married Rake (8 Feb 1841 - 10 Feb 1841); Master Humphrey (42) in Old Curiosity Shop (16 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Regulus L' Herigy (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); steam-coachman of the omnibus running to the moon (6) in Tea-totallers (7 Dec 1840 - 12 Dec 1840); Og (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Macaire (1) in Victorine (1 Apr 1841)

Saville, John F.

Darrell (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); De Merville (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Mr. Flighty (3) in Married Rake (8 Feb 1841 - 10 Feb 1841); Fred Trent (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); St. Just (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); Licentio Razzoli (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Edward Courtney (22) in Tower of London (26 Dec 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Earl of Chandos (15) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 23 Dec 1840)

Shaw

gamblers (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); policemen (69) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (11 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Tasnar (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); deaf gentleman (42) in Old Curiosity Shop (16 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Gog (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Smith

Charcum (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840)

Smith, J. F.

servant to Darcourt (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Charles Herbert (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Grab'em (18) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (11 Jan 1841 - 30 Jan 1841); Trapstick (32) in Flip-Flap Footman (5 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Gay (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); officer of gensd'armes (12) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 17 Oct 1840); Earl of Arundel (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Smith, Master

schoolboys (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841)

Smith, O.

Doligny (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Hernando (9) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 20 Feb 1841); Satanas (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Caesar Chanteloupe (1) in Victorine (1 Apr 1841)

Thomas, Master

boy (6) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 14 Nov 1840)

Turnour

Mooty Hashem (40) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (15 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Wells

citizens (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841)

Wieland, George

Vaulter Cork (32) in Flip-Flap Footman (5 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Fattah-Foolah-Gobble-All-Ho (34) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Clown (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Short Trotters (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Malino, afterwards Flick (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Xit (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Wilkinson, James P.

Mrs. Coaxer (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (16 Nov 1840 - 28 Nov 1840); Fright (69) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (11 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Mr. Faddle (32) in Flip-Flap Footman (5 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Humphrey Bobus (6) in HB (1 Feb 1841 - 6 Feb 1841); Owen Wood of Wych Street (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Gervaise (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Kit (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Gracchus Guyot (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); landlord of the "Pig and Pepperbox" (6) in Tea-totallers (7 Dec 1840 - 12 Dec 1840)

Wills

porters (69) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (11 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Wright, Edward R.

Honorable Thomas Tomkins (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Mrs. Peachum (49) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (16 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Tremor (69) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (11 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Honorable Ignatius Livid (32) in Flip-Flap Footman (5 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Mr. Leamington Spooner (6) in HB (1 Feb 1841 - 6 Feb 1841); citizens (13) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 9 Jan 1841); Shotbolt (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Madame Babouche (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Dick Swiveller (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Herault Sechelles (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); Giacomo (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Gruelton (6) in Tea-totallers (7 Dec 1840 - 12 Dec 1840); Blaise (1) in Victorine (1 Apr 1841)

Yates, Frederick H.

Darcourt (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Jenny Diver (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (16 Nov 1840 - 28 Nov 1840); Harry Belasquez (6) in HB (1 Feb 1841 - 6 Feb 1841); Abram Mendez (18) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 31 Oct 1840); Hector Goguenard (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Quilp (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Robespierre (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); Mooty Hashem (3) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 13 Feb 1841); Edward Courtney (15) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 23 Dec 1840); Lord Clanbrassil (15) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 23 Dec 1840); Alexandre (1) in Victorine (1 Apr 1841)

Actresses

Bailey, Miss

ladies (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Ben Budge (49) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (16 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Longsplice (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Miss Theodosia Titterton (6) in HB (1 Feb 1841 - 6 Feb 1841); French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Barton, Miss

Squib (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Berenger, Miss

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Blanchard, Miss

Torch (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Brown, Mrs.

Mrs. Preparatory (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841)

Bullen, Miss

drawer (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (16 Nov 1840 - 28 Nov 1840); Tough (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Princess Amanda (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Columbine (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Edgeworth Bess (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Cathie, Miss

Marlin Spike (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840)

Clarke, Miss

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Davie, Miss

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Davie, Miss E.

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Davis, Miss

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Dawson, Miss

Powder Blue (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Edgington, Miss

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Enscoe, Miss

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Fenton, Miss

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Fortescue, Miss Julia H.

Fanny Trunnion (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Lieutenant (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Prudence Pattern (26) in Flip-Flap Footman (12 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Lelia (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Skyblue (6) in Tea-totallers (7 Dec 1840 - 12 Dec 1840); Jane (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Fosbroke, Mrs.

Peachum (49) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (16 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Mrs. Funnel (6) in HB (1 Feb 1841 - 6 Feb 1841); Mrs. Wood (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Vicountess Leotande (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Mrs. Jiniwin (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); the Citoyenne Portalis (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); Countess Fiorebella (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Mrs. Bonassus (1) in Victorine (1 Apr 1841)

George, Miss

Sophie (1) in Victorine (1 Apr 1841)

Goward, Miss

ladies (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Gower, Miss

Rough (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840)

Gower, Mrs.

Mat o' the Mint (49) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (16 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Mrs. Lambchick (6) in HB (1 Feb 1841 - 6 Feb 1841); Miss Louisa Wriggles (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Sally (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Madame Bouchardy (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Mrs. George (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); attendants on the countess (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Honey, Mrs. Laura

Mrs. Trictrac (3) in Married Rake (8 Feb 1841 - 10 Feb 1841); Aphrosa (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Julian (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Jackson, Miss

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Johnson, Miss

attendants on the countess (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Jones, Miss

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Keeley, Mrs. Robert

Madame Darcourt (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Macheath (49) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (16 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Betsey Bodkin (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Boatswain (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Mrs. Susan Fright (69) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (11 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Prudence Pattern (6) in Flip-Flap Footman (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Betty Nangle (6) in HB (1 Feb 1841 - 6 Feb 1841); Jack Sheppard (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Nell (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Janette (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Elise (1) in Victorine (1 Apr 1841)

Lee, Miss

Winifred Wood (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Mrs. Flighty (3) in Married Rake (8 Feb 1841 - 10 Feb 1841); Mrs. Quilp (6) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 14 Nov 1840)

Lee, Miss M.

Mrs. Quilp (42) in Old Curiosity Shop (16 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Lelia's protecting fairy (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Massal, Miss

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Naylor, Mrs.

Annette (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Filch (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (16 Nov 1840 - 28 Nov 1840); Strikealight (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Egyptian Fairy of the Myrtle Rod (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Poll Maggot (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Clementine (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Susan Twist (3) in Married Rake (8 Feb 1841 - 10 Feb 1841); Jeannette (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Dame Placida Preston (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Justine (1) in Victorine (1 Apr 1841)

O'Brien, Miss

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

O'Neil, Miss

ladies (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Nimming Ned (49) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (16 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Lobscouse (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Zoe (40) in Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish (26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841); Mrs. Sheppard (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Toinette (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Mrs. Simmonds (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

O'Neil, Miss E.

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Pearse, Mrs.

Lockit (49) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (16 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Mrs. Garland (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); Beatrice (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Dame Potentia Trussbout (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Rogers, Miss

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Scott, Miss

Nymphalee (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Sidney, Miss

ladies (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Robin of Bagshot (49) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (16 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Ginger (6) in Bluejackets (5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840); Rachel (34) in Jack Sheppard (12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840); Madame Sachet (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Mrs. Nobsclaws (48) in Old Curiosity Shop (9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841); French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Wilson, Miss

French, Spanish, Peruvian female slaves (43) in Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty (11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Yates, Mrs. Frederick H.

Agnes St. Aubin (60) in Agnes St. Aubin (21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841); Marie Capelle (33) in Laffarge (29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840); Honore de Beaupre (21) in Robespierre (5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840); Queen Mary (37) in Tower of London (30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841); Victorine (1) in Victorine (1 Apr 1841)

Musicians

Singers

Dancers

Entertainers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

* Agnes St. Aubin; or, The Two Husbands

(melodrama, 3 acts) by Miss Julia S. Pardoe (60 times, 21 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Summary Cast:

* Beggar's Opera Burlesqued, The

(burlesque) by Unknown (49 times, 16 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Summary Cast:

Bluejackets, The; or, Her Majesty's Service

(farce) by Edward Stirling (6 times, 5 Oct 1840 - 10 Oct 1840)

Summary Cast:

* Deeds of Dreadful Note!

(farce, 1 act) by Dubois (69 times, 11 Jan 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Summary Cast:

* Flip-Flap Footman, The

(farce, 1 act) by Richard B. Peake (32 times, 5 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840)

Summary Cast:

Gwyneth Vaughan

(drama) by Mark Lemon (1 time, 21 Apr 1841)

HB

(farce, 1 act) by Richard B. Peake (6 times, 1 Feb 1841 - 6 Feb 1841)

Summary Cast:

Harlequin and the Enchanted Fish; or, The Geni of the Brazen Bottle

(pantomime, 12 scenes, 1 tableau) by Frederic Reynolds, George H. Rodwell (comp) (40 times, 26 Dec 1840 - 10 Feb 1841)

Summary Cast:

Jack Sheppard

(drama, 4 parts) by John B. Buckstone (34 times, 12 Oct 1840 - 17 Dec 1840)

Summary Cast:

Laffarge; or, Self-Will in Woman

(melodrama) by Joseph S. Coyne, George H. Rodwell (comp) (33 times, 29 Oct 1840 - 19 Dec 1840)

Summary Cast:

Married Rake, The

(comedy) by Charles Selby (3 times, 8 Feb 1841 - 10 Feb 1841)

Summary Cast:

* Old Curiosity Shop, The; or, One Hour from Humphrey's Clock

(burletta, 2 acts) by Edward Stirling, George H. Rodwell (comp) (48 times, 9 Nov 1840 - 30 Jan 1841)

Summary Cast:

Oliver Twist; or, The Parish Boy's Progress

(drama) by Edward Stirling (6 times, 23 Nov 1840 - 28 Nov 1840)

Quaker

(und) by Unknown (1 time, 21 Apr 1841)

* Robespierre; or, Two Days of the Revolution

(drama, 2 acts) by William B. Bernard, George H. Rodwell (comp) (21 times, 5 Oct 1840 - 28 Oct 1840)

Summary Cast:

* Satanas and The Spirit of Beauty

(operatic ballet, 2 acts) by Joseph S. Coyne, George H. Rodwell (comp) (43 times, 11 Feb 1841 - 2 Apr 1841)

Summary Cast:

* Tea-totallers, The

(burlesque, 1 act) by Unknown (6 times, 7 Dec 1840 - 12 Dec 1840)

Summary Cast:

* Tower of London, The; or, Og, Gog, and Magog

(drama, 3 acts) by Edward Stirling (37 times, 30 Nov 1840 - 20 Jan 1841)

Summary Cast:

Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It"

(melodrama) by John B. Buckstone (1 time, 1 Apr 1841)

Summary Cast:

* Vision at St. Helena

(und) by Unknown (9 times, 14 Dec 1840 - 23 Dec 1840)

Vol-au-Vent; or, The Adventures of a Night

(und) by Unknown (1 time, 21 Apr 1841)

Genre

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