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

Calendar for 1841-1842

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

The Season

No change in ownership or management occurred before the 1841-42 season. Frederick H. Yates and Thomas Gladstane continued as proprietors, and Yates remained as manager.

A new spectacular effect was made possible by the installation of a tank of water--8,000 or 10,000 cubic feet of it depending upon which bill one believes--making scenes involving rivers and lakes possible. The first piece to employ the new facility was Die Hexen Am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh, which contained a scene where the Udata-Mene-Leephtheian was exhibited. The bills quoted the press liberally:

the whole of the Stage is made to recede, and an apparently boundless expanse of Real Water is exhibited. The effect is admirable. The Real Water, for it is really 'Real' water surpasses the exhibitions in by-gone days at Sadler's Wells, and exceeds even the exhibitions of real water at Old Drury-lane in the days of the late Mr. Bannister. The effect is a triumph of Scenic Illusion, and is worthy of public patronage. The moonlight effect is admirable, and the Scene in which Wilhelm, in his escape from the Castle, plunges into the water, is, as far as scenic effect can go, perfect. The Audience were delighted beyond measure; the drop scene fell amidst the most vociferous applause.

Another play, The Queen of Cyprus, dealt with exotic lands and thwarted romance, but naturally included a final scene in which the "real water" played a significant role. The Theatrical Observer, while agreeing the piece was largely spectacle, felt the plot had some interesting features.

Catarina (Mrs. Yates) is on the eve of wedding Gerard de Courcy (Lyon) when an edict is issued by the mysterious Council of Ten (the scene being laid in Venice in the Fourteenth Century), prohibiting the nuptials and decreeing Catarina's marriage with the King of Cyprus--her refusal being instant death to her lover. She consents to wed the King but, previous to the celebration, the life of de Courcy is attempted by hired bravoes of the State from whom he is rescued by an unknown cavalier. On the return of the King with his bride from the nuptial ceremony, de Courcy is about to stab his rival when, recognising him as the saviour of his life, he withholds his vengeance and is borne away a prisoner. Four years now elapse, and the Queen of Cyprus is about to become a widow, the King being poisoned by Moncenigo (Maynard), one of the Council of Ten, for not proving a tool in their tyrannous decrees. De Courcy, who has been banished, returns a religious Knight of Malta in time to denounce Moncenigo to the King, whose dying breath consigns him to death and the town of Cyprus to destruction by the Venetian Fleet.

The music came in for mixed praise from the same reviwer who felt its chief characteristic was noise. However, Mrs. Graddon received unqualified praise. She "never appeared to greater advantage. Her rich mellow voice and naive yet subdued acting, were charming proofs of that excellence which we predicted on her first appearance here" (Theatrical Observer, February 1, 1842).

The last scene of the piece involved the rescue of the young prince from drowning. A horse, borrowed from Batty's Circus, which was currently performing "The Eglintown Tournament," plunged into the water to rescue the prince. It was suggested O. Smith had relinquished the role of Moncenigo to Maynard "in consequence of his having evinced symptoms of hydrophobia, i. e. refusing to take the watery leap in the last scene of the spectacle." The reviewer assured his readers this was not the case. O. Smith "is a member of the Society For the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and the leaping animal in The Queen of Cyprus refusing to perform the required feat, very cleverly, a stick was applied to its back. This roused the nervous feelings of the 'member' and a remonstrance with the gentleman who applied the stick ensued" (Theatrical Observer, 12 February 1842).

A new Dickens novel, Barnaby Rudge, provided material for a spate of stage plays; The Adelphi had a history of such adaptations but was slow off the mark. Dramatizations appeared at the English Opera House and The Strand some months before The Adelphi's version was played. Stirling is named by Nicoll as the author. The playbill contains a list of "realizations" with scene by scene references to pages in the book. The Theatrical Observer said, "We cannot resist again bestowing our meed of praise upon O. Smith's artistic assumption of Black Hugh of 'The Maypole', whose dogged brutality and savage bearing he cleverly mingles with his ignorance--which is the only palliative for his wrongdoing" (15 January 1842).

A popular piece, performed late in the season, was The Breach of Promise of Marriage, by Julia Pardoe. The Theatrical Observer was loud in its praise. "For cleverness of construction, neatness of dialogue, and a happy mixture of mystery and complexity with clearness and precision, [it] has never been equalled at this theatre. It has been adapted . . . yet the action has been altered--we think, improved" (22 February 1842).

Acis and Galatea was being played at Drury Lane, and Oxberry wrote a burlesque version for The Adelphi which, while it called upon the resources of the entire company, lasted only six performances.

The theatre closed at the end of its regular season, 19 March with A farewell address by Yates promising "fresh new novelties"--a promise he would not be able to keep.

C. H. Adams gave a series of postseasonal lectures on astronomy using an orrery to illustrate his points. These talks were not always attended with awed respect. The Theatrical Observer complained, "We cannot avoid animadverting the foolish and disgraceful conduct of certain parties who attend them for the purpose of annoying the lecturer" (24 March 1842).

The post-season ended with a magician, Young, who resembled the famous Wizard of the North. Young, however, had additional entertainments in the form of dancing and a juvenile ballet by the pupils of Frampton.

During the recess, Frederick Yates died. The Theatrical Observer summed his career up as follows:

In tragedy, comedy, farce, and melodrama, he was occasionally capital and always respectable. In burlesque, he was excellent, though perhaps a little too prone to exaggeration. He was a better buck than fop, and a better rake than either; indeed, his performances of the latter character only wanted refinement to render it unexceptional. His extraordinary talent as a manager has been universally acknowledged, and his loss will be severely felt by the playgoers of the metropolis. The command he possessed over the audience has been frequently exemplified--by one word addressed in his peculiar way, he quieted the most uproarious gallery.

Frederick Yates was only forty-five years old when he died.

FC/MC

Daily Calendar For 1841-1842


4 Oct 1841
Mon eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Unknown], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, next 5 Oct 1841

Genre (melodrama) romantic burletta of witchcraft; prol, 2 acts

First Night Cast

bravoes on the look out Gabor: [James P.] Wilkinson; Wolfstein: [Edward R.] Wright Ottotarinacar (kinsman of Duke Rudolph): Lyon; The Devil's Ape: [George] Wieland; the sisters three: Shaw, Johnson, Bennett; Zabaren: Paul J. Bedford; The Spirit Oberkin: [George] Wieland; witch women: M? Haling, Miss Mortimer, Mrs. Gower, M? Moggeston, Miss Bailey, Mrs. Fosbroke; witch men: [Frederick?] Smithson, Morgan, E. Morgan, Beale, Genge, Giffin; speaking spirit: Miss E. Terrey (1st time here); Duke Rudolph (an exile): [George] Maynard brothers, devoted to the Duke Herman Salvador: O. Smith; Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin (fr TR Norwich, 1st time here) captain of archers: [John] Sanders; Count Koenigsmark (envoy of Bohemia): Freeborn; Wilhelm (the standard bearer, aged sixteen): Miss Ellen Chaplin (fr TR Liverpool, 1st app); Ida of Idenheim (married to the Duke): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; bewitching witch: Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan (1st time here); funny witches: [Thomas] Ellar, King, Butler, [James] Paulo, Brown, Knight; croaking witches: Mrs. Fosbroke, Miss Bailey, Mrs. Gower, M? Moggeston, M? Haling, Miss Mortimer; pretty witches: Mrs. Naylor, Miss Bullen, Miss Massal, Miss O'Neil, Miss Barnett, Miss [Rosa] Bodmin, Miss Lee, Miss O'Brien, Miss Fenton, Miss Ballinger, Miss E. O'Neil, Miss E. Massal, Miss Blanchard, Miss Wiltshire, Miss Turnour, Miss J[emima] Scott

Reference Cast

Gabor: James P. Wilkinson
Wolfstein: Edward R. Wright
Ottotarinacar: Lyon
The Devil's Ape: George Wieland
the sisters three:
   Shaw
   Johnson
   Bennett
Zabaren: Paul J. Bedford
The Spirit Oberkin: George
   Wieland

witch women:
   M? Haling
   Miss Mortimer
   Mrs. Gower
   M? Moggeston
   Miss Bailey
witch men:
   Frederick? Smithson
   Morgan
   E. Morgan
   Beale
   Genge
   Giffin
speaking spirit: Miss E. Terrey
Duke Rudolph: George Maynard
Herman Salvador: O. Smith
Julio Salvador: John Binge
captain of archers: John
   Sanders

Count Koenigsmark: Freeborn
Wilhelm: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Ida of Idenheim: Mrs. Fosbroke
bewitching witch: Mrs. Henry P.
   Grattan

funny witches:
   Thomas Ellar
   Butler
   James Paulo
   Knight
croaking witches:
   Mrs. Fosbroke
   Miss Bailey
   Mrs. Gower
   M? Moggeston
   M? Haling
   Miss Mortimer
pretty witches:
   Mrs. Naylor
   Miss Bullen
   Miss Massal
   Miss O'Neil
   Miss Barnett
   Miss Rosa Bodmin
   Miss Lee
   Miss O'Brien
   Miss Fenton
   Miss Ballinger
   Miss E. O'Neil
   Miss E. Massal
   Miss Blanchard
   Miss Wiltshire
   Miss Turnour
   Miss Jemima Scott

DIR: [Frederick H.] Yates

romance: "Haunt Ye the Mountain, and Forest, and Fen" [George H. Rodwell], Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan

(dpro) Ape transformation; (dpro) Disappearance of hut; (dII) the river, in which scene will be exhibited the "Udata-Mene-Leephtheian"; (dII) coral caves and crystal streams obtained by hydro-scenic effect as the usual area devoted to illusion becomes a reality; (dII) Call of the witches; (dII) Gallop infernal of witches, ending in the whirlwind of witches; (dII) Grand inauguration of Wilhelm, the rightful heir

prol 1. a forest and birds-eye view of Saltzburgh sic; prol 2. storm-reft hut of Zabaren; prol 3. ruined chapel and copse; I [fifteen years later] I,i Gothic chamber in Chateau Saltzburgh; I,ii corridor leading to the prison; I,iii the exterior of castellated chateau; I,iv the river by moonlight; II,i ancient arch in the Black Forest; II,ii chamber in the castle; II,iii corridor in castle; II,iv coral caves and chrystal streams

Bill summarizes prologue

2) The Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (1)

AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, next 5 Oct 1841

Genre (burlesque)

First Night Cast

Macheath: Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; Peachum: Mrs. Fosbroke; Lockit: Mrs. Pearse; Mat o' the Mint: Miss E. Terrey; Ben Budge: Miss Bailey; Nimming Ned: Miss O'Neil; Robin of Bagshot: Mrs. Gower; Polly: Paul J. Bedford; Lucy: [John] Binge (1st time here--fr TR CG); Mrs. Peachum: [Edward R.] Wright; Jenny Diver: [John] Sanders; Mrs. Coaxer: King

Reference Cast

Macheath: Mrs. Henry P. Grattan
Peachum: Mrs. Fosbroke
Lockit: Mrs. Pearse
Mat o' the Mint: Miss E. Terrey
Ben Budge: Miss Bailey
Nimming Ned: Miss O'Neil
Robin of Bagshot: Mrs. Gower
Polly: Paul J. Bedford
Lucy: John Binge
Mrs. Peachum: Edward R. Wright
Jenny Diver: John Sanders
Mrs. Coaxer: King

finale: "Nix My Dolly, Pals, Fake Away"

3) Deeds of Dreadful Note! (1)

AU: [Dubois]

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, next 5 Oct 1841

Genre (farce) comic burletta; 1 act

First Night Cast

Fright: [James P.] Wilkinson; Tremor: [Edward R.] Wright; Stuffem (a showman): [William] Cullenford; Grab'em (an inspector of police): Freeborn; policemen: Shaw, Butler; porters: Henry, Wills; Mrs. Susan Fright (wife of Fright and sister to Stuffem): Miss E. Terrey

Reference Cast

Fright: James P. Wilkinson
Tremor: Edward R. Wright
Stuffem: William Cullenford
Grab'em: Freeborn
policemen:
   Shaw
   Butler
porters:
   Henry
   Wills
Mrs. Susan Fright: Miss E.
   Terrey


5 Oct 1841
Tue eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (2)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 4 Oct 1841, next 6 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin
Ida of Idenheim: Mrs. Frederick
  H. Yates

ADDS witch women: Mrs. Fosbroke
funny witches:
  King
  Brown

2) The Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (2)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 4 Oct 1841, next 6 Oct 1841

3) Deeds of Dreadful Note! (2)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 4 Oct 1841, next 6 Oct 1841


6 Oct 1841
Wed eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (3)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 5 Oct 1841, next 7 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin
Ida of Idenheim: Mrs. Frederick
  H. Yates

ADDS witch women: Mrs. Fosbroke
funny witches:
  King
  Brown

2) The Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (3)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 5 Oct 1841, next 7 Oct 1841

3) Deeds of Dreadful Note! (3)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 5 Oct 1841, next 7 Oct 1841


7 Oct 1841
Thu eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (4)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 6 Oct 1841, next 8 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin
Ida of Idenheim: Mrs. Frederick
  H. Yates

ADDS witch women: Mrs. Fosbroke
funny witches:
  King
  Brown

2) The Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (4)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 6 Oct 1841, next 8 Oct 1841

3) Deeds of Dreadful Note! (4)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 6 Oct 1841, next 8 Oct 1841


8 Oct 1841
Fri eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (5)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 7 Oct 1841, next 9 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin
Ida of Idenheim: Mrs. Frederick
  H. Yates

ADDS witch women: Mrs. Fosbroke
funny witches:
  King
  Brown

2) The Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (5)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 7 Oct 1841, next 9 Oct 1841

3) Deeds of Dreadful Note! (5)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 7 Oct 1841, next 9 Oct 1841


9 Oct 1841
Sat eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (6)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 8 Oct 1841, next 11 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin
Ida of Idenheim: Mrs. Frederick
  H. Yates

ADDS witch women: Mrs. Fosbroke
funny witches:
  King
  Brown

2) The Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (6)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 8 Oct 1841, next 11 Oct 1841

3) Deeds of Dreadful Note! (6)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 8 Oct 1841


11 Oct 1841
Mon eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (7)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 9 Oct 1841, next 12 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin
Ida of Idenheim: Mrs. Frederick
  H. Yates

ADDS witch women: Mrs. Fosbroke

2) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; licensed as Cockorico AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, next 12 Oct 1841

Genre (farce) comic burletta

First Night Cast

Cocorico: Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; Fanfarron: Paul J. Bedford; Bailli: [Edward R.] Wright; Jobard: Morgan; Nigard: Giffin; constable: Shaw; Dame Gertrude: Mrs. Pearse; Minette: Miss E. Terrey; recruits, soldiers: [Unlisted]

Reference Cast

Cocorico: Mrs. Henry P. Grattan
Fanfarron: Paul J. Bedford
Bailli: Edward R. Wright
Jobard: Morgan
Nigard: Giffin
constable: Shaw
Dame Gertrude: Mrs. Pearse
Minette: Miss E. Terrey
recruits, soldiers: Unlisted

3) The Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (7)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 9 Oct 1841, next 12 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Mrs. Coaxer: Giffin


12 Oct 1841
Tue eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (8)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 11 Oct 1841, next 13 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin
Ida of Idenheim: Mrs. Frederick
  H. Yates

ADDS witch women: Mrs. Fosbroke

2) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (2)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 11 Oct 1841, next 13 Oct 1841

3) The Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (8)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 11 Oct 1841, next 13 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Mrs. Coaxer: Giffin


13 Oct 1841
Wed eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (9)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 12 Oct 1841, next 14 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin
Ida of Idenheim: Mrs. Frederick
  H. Yates

ADDS witch women: Mrs. Fosbroke

2) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (3)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 12 Oct 1841, next 14 Oct 1841

3) The Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (9)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 12 Oct 1841, next 14 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Mrs. Coaxer: Giffin


14 Oct 1841
Thu eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (10)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 13 Oct 1841, next 15 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin
Ida of Idenheim: Mrs. Frederick
  H. Yates

ADDS witch women: Mrs. Fosbroke

2) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (4)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 13 Oct 1841, next 15 Oct 1841

3) The Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (10)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 13 Oct 1841, next 15 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Mrs. Coaxer: Giffin


15 Oct 1841
Fri eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (11)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 14 Oct 1841, next 16 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin
Ida of Idenheim: Mrs. Frederick
  H. Yates

ADDS witch women: Mrs. Fosbroke

2) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (5)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 14 Oct 1841, next 16 Oct 1841

3) The Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (11)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 14 Oct 1841, next 16 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Mrs. Coaxer: Giffin


16 Oct 1841
Sat eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (12)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 15 Oct 1841, next 18 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin
Ida of Idenheim: Mrs. Frederick
  H. Yates

ADDS witch women: Mrs. Fosbroke

2) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (6)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 15 Oct 1841, next 18 Oct 1841

3) The Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (12)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 15 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Mrs. Coaxer: Giffin


18 Oct 1841
Mon eve
Adelphi
18 Oct 1841
bill
TxU

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (13)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 16 Oct 1841, next 19 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin

First mention of 10,000 cubic feet of "real water" (later reduced to 8,000 cubic feet)

Cast truncated in the source

2) Agnes St. Aubin; or, The Two Husbands (1)

AU: [Miss Julia S. Pardoe]

Performances first 18 Oct 1841, next 19 Oct 1841

Genre (melodrama) domestic drama of interest founded on fact; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Darcourt: [Frederick H.] Yates; St. Aubin: Lyon; Honorable Thomas Tomkins: [Edward R.] Wright; Doligny (alias Sims): O. Smith; Delville: Morgan; advocate: [John] Sanders; croupier: [George] Maynard; servant to St. Aubin: Henry; servant to Darcourt: Genge; Commissary of Police: [Frederick?] Smithson; Narcissus: Freeborn; gamblers: Giffin, Shaw, Butler; Agnes St. Aubin: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Madame Darcourt: Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; Annette: Mrs. Naylor

Reference Cast

Darcourt: Frederick H. Yates
St. Aubin: Lyon
Honorable Thomas Tomkins: Edward
   R. Wright

Doligny: O. Smith
Delville: Morgan
advocate: John Sanders
croupier: George Maynard
servant to St. Aubin: Henry
servant to Darcourt: Genge
Commissary of Police: Frederick?
   Smithson
Narcissus: Freeborn
gamblers:
   Giffin
   Shaw
   Butler
Agnes St. Aubin: Mrs. Frederick
   H. Yates

Madame Darcourt: Mrs. Henry P.
   Grattan

Annette: Mrs. Naylor

The midnight visitor--the Rouge et Noir table at No. 113, Palais Royal, celebrated as the Hell of Paris Act II scene given as "The lawyer's visitor" and Act III as "The visitor from the gambling house"

3) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (7)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 16 Oct 1841, next 19 Oct 1841


19 Oct 1841
Tue eve
Adelphi
18 Oct 1841
bill
TxU

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (14)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 18 Oct 1841, next 20 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin

2) Agnes St. Aubin; or, The Two Husbands (2)

Performances first 18 Oct 1841, previous 18 Oct 1841, next 20 Oct 1841

3) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (8)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 18 Oct 1841, next 20 Oct 1841


20 Oct 1841
Wed eve
Adelphi
18 Oct 1841
bill
TxU

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (15)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 19 Oct 1841, next 21 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin

2) Agnes St. Aubin; or, The Two Husbands (3)

Performances first 18 Oct 1841, previous 19 Oct 1841, next 21 Oct 1841

3) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (9)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 19 Oct 1841, next 21 Oct 1841


21 Oct 1841
Thu eve
Adelphi
18 Oct 1841
bill
TxU

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (16)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 20 Oct 1841, next 22 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin

2) Agnes St. Aubin; or, The Two Husbands (4)

Performances first 18 Oct 1841, previous 20 Oct 1841, next 22 Oct 1841

3) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (10)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 20 Oct 1841, next 22 Oct 1841


22 Oct 1841
Fri eve
Adelphi
18 Oct 1841
bill
TxU

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (17)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 21 Oct 1841, next 23 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin

2) Agnes St. Aubin; or, The Two Husbands (5)

Performances first 18 Oct 1841, previous 21 Oct 1841, next 23 Oct 1841

3) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (11)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 21 Oct 1841, next 23 Oct 1841


23 Oct 1841
Sat eve
Adelphi
18 Oct 1841
bill
TxU

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (18)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 22 Oct 1841, next 25 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Julio Salvador: W. Chaplin

2) Agnes St. Aubin; or, The Two Husbands (6)

Performances first 18 Oct 1841, previous 22 Oct 1841

3) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (12)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 22 Oct 1841, next 25 Oct 1841


25 Oct 1841
Mon eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (19)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 23 Oct 1841, next 26 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Wilhelm: Master Forde

Cast truncated in the source

2) The Maid of Honour (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Samuel Beazley, Jr.] Au Comm Beazley's name is on the bill of March 28, 1844 (DFo)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, next 26 Oct 1841

Genre (drama) drama founded on a court anecdote; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Count Ollivarez (afterwards Duke de Medina): [Frederick H.] Yates; Henrico (court page, afterwards Capt. of the Queen's Guards): Spencer Forde; Chevalier St. George (Ambassador of the Court of Spain): Freeborn; Marquis Santa Bella: C. Morgan; usher of the palace: [John] Sanders; members of the Cortez: Morgan, [Frederick?] Smithson; pages: Beale, Genge; the Queen: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Duchess of Albafurez (Mistress of the Robes): Mrs. Fosbroke; Felicia (court milliner, afterwards the Maid of Honour): Miss Ellen Chaplin; Marchioness Santa Bella: Miss Wiltshire; Donna Anna: Miss Scott; court milliners: Mrs. Naylor, Miss Bullen, Miss Barnett

Reference Cast

Count Ollivarez: Frederick H.
   Yates

Henrico: Spencer Forde
Chevalier St. George: Freeborn
Marquis Santa Bella: C. Morgan
usher of the palace: John
   Sanders

members of the Cortez:
   Morgan
   Frederick? Smithson
pages:
   Beale
   Genge
the Queen: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Duchess of Albafurez: Mrs.
   Fosbroke

Felicia: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Marchioness Santa Bella: Miss
   Wiltshire

Donna Anna: Miss Scott
court milliners:
   Mrs. Naylor
   Miss Bullen
   Miss Barnett

DIR: [Frederick H.] Yates

3) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (13)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 23 Oct 1841, next 26 Oct 1841


26 Oct 1841
Tue eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (20)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 25 Oct 1841, next 27 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Wilhelm: Master Forde

2) The Maid of Honour (2)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 25 Oct 1841, next 27 Oct 1841

3) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (14)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 25 Oct 1841, next 27 Oct 1841


27 Oct 1841
Wed eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (21)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 26 Oct 1841, next 28 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Wilhelm: Master Forde

2) The Maid of Honour (3)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 26 Oct 1841, next 28 Oct 1841

3) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (15)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 26 Oct 1841, next 28 Oct 1841


28 Oct 1841
Thu eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (22)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 27 Oct 1841, next 29 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Wilhelm: Master Forde

2) The Maid of Honour (4)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 27 Oct 1841, next 29 Oct 1841

3) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (16)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 27 Oct 1841, next 29 Oct 1841


29 Oct 1841
Fri eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (23)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 28 Oct 1841, next 30 Oct 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Wilhelm: Master Forde

2) The Maid of Honour (5)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 28 Oct 1841, next 30 Oct 1841

3) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (17)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 28 Oct 1841, next 30 Oct 1841


30 Oct 1841
Sat eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (24)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 29 Oct 1841, next 1 Nov 1841

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1841)

BUT Wilhelm: Master Forde

2) The Maid of Honour (6)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 29 Oct 1841, next 1 Nov 1841

3) Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam (18)

Performances first 11 Oct 1841, previous 29 Oct 1841


1 Nov 1841
Mon eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (25)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 30 Oct 1841, next 2 Nov 1841

2) The Maid of Honour (7)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 30 Oct 1841, next 2 Nov 1841

3) Dobson and Co. (1)

Title Comment Nicoll has 1st time as 13 Oct, 1842, a year from this date, but a check of cast reveals this is same piece. The Subtitle, My Turn Next, does not appear on any bills AU: [Joseph S. Coyne]

Performances first 1 Nov 1841, next 2 Nov 1841

Genre (farce) burletta

First Night Cast

Mr. Dobson (retired chemist and druggist, who has just ventured on matrimony): [Edward R.] Wright; Edward Stanley (in love with Cecilia): [John] Binge; Pestle (servant to Dobson): [James P.] Wilkinson; Mrs. Dobson (newly married to Dobson): Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; Cecilia (her niece): Miss Bullen; Mrs. Harvey (Mr. Dobson's bachelor-housekeeper): Mrs. Gower

Reference Cast

Mr. Dobson: Edward R. Wright
Edward Stanley: John Binge
Pestle: James P. Wilkinson
Mrs. Dobson: Mrs. Henry P.
   Grattan
Cecilia: Miss Bullen
Mrs. Harvey: Mrs. Gower


2 Nov 1841
Tue eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (26)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 1 Nov 1841, next 3 Nov 1841

2) The Maid of Honour (8)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 1 Nov 1841, next 3 Nov 1841

3) Dobson and Co. (2)

Performances first 1 Nov 1841, previous 1 Nov 1841, next 3 Nov 1841


3 Nov 1841
Wed eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (27)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 2 Nov 1841, next 4 Nov 1841

2) The Maid of Honour (9)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 2 Nov 1841, next 4 Nov 1841

3) Dobson and Co. (3)

Performances first 1 Nov 1841, previous 2 Nov 1841, next 4 Nov 1841


4 Nov 1841
Thu eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (28)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 3 Nov 1841, next 5 Nov 1841

2) The Maid of Honour (10)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 3 Nov 1841, next 5 Nov 1841

3) Dobson and Co. (4)

Performances first 1 Nov 1841, previous 3 Nov 1841, next 5 Nov 1841


5 Nov 1841
Fri eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (29)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 4 Nov 1841, next 6 Nov 1841

2) The Maid of Honour (11)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 4 Nov 1841, next 6 Nov 1841

3) Dobson and Co. (5)

Performances first 1 Nov 1841, previous 4 Nov 1841, next 6 Nov 1841


6 Nov 1841
Sat eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (30)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 5 Nov 1841, next 8 Nov 1841

2) The Maid of Honour (12)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 5 Nov 1841, next 8 Nov 1841

3) Dobson and Co. (6)

Performances first 1 Nov 1841, previous 5 Nov 1841, next 8 Nov 1841


8 Nov 1841
Mon eve
Adelphi
8 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (31)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 6 Nov 1841, next 9 Nov 1841

2) The Maid of Honour (13)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 6 Nov 1841, next 9 Nov 1841

3) Dobson and Co. (7)

Performances first 1 Nov 1841, previous 6 Nov 1841, next 9 Nov 1841


9 Nov 1841
Tue eve
Adelphi
8 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (32)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 8 Nov 1841, next 10 Nov 1841

2) The Maid of Honour (14)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 8 Nov 1841, next 10 Nov 1841

3) Dobson and Co. (8)

Performances first 1 Nov 1841, previous 8 Nov 1841, next 10 Nov 1841


10 Nov 1841
Wed eve
Adelphi
8 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (33)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 9 Nov 1841, next 11 Nov 1841

2) The Maid of Honour (15)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 9 Nov 1841, next 11 Nov 1841

3) Dobson and Co. (9)

Performances first 1 Nov 1841, previous 9 Nov 1841, next 11 Nov 1841


11 Nov 1841
Thu eve
Adelphi
8 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (34)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 10 Nov 1841, next 12 Nov 1841

2) The Maid of Honour (16)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 10 Nov 1841, next 12 Nov 1841

3) Dobson and Co. (10)

Performances first 1 Nov 1841, previous 10 Nov 1841, next 12 Nov 1841


12 Nov 1841
Fri eve
Adelphi
8 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (35)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 11 Nov 1841, next 13 Nov 1841

2) The Maid of Honour (17)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 11 Nov 1841, next 13 Nov 1841

3) Dobson and Co. (11)

Performances first 1 Nov 1841, previous 11 Nov 1841, next 13 Nov 1841


13 Nov 1841
Sat eve
Adelphi
8 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (36)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 12 Nov 1841, next 15 Nov 1841

2) The Maid of Honour (18)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 12 Nov 1841, next 15 Nov 1841

3) Dobson and Co. (12)

Performances first 1 Nov 1841, previous 12 Nov 1841


15 Nov 1841
Mon eve
Adelphi
15 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (1)

Title Comment Based on a celebrated story in Blackwood's Magazine; Nicoll lists date of licensing as 1844 AU: Richard B. Peake, COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, next 16 Nov 1841

Genre (drama) drama of real life; 4 epochs

First Night Cast

Charles Aubrey, Esq. (gentleman of ten thousand a year): [George] Maynard; Lord de la Zouch: E. Morgan; Mr. Delamere (son to de la Zouch): [John] Binge well-known legal firm Quirk: [James P.] Wilkinson; Gammon: Lyon; Snap: [George] Wieland Tittlebat Titmouse (haberdasher's shopman): [Edward R.] Wright; Tagrag (proprietor of a linen drapery establishment): [John] Sanders; Bob Huckaback (Tottenham-court Road swell shopman): Paul J. Bedford; O'Toole (clerk to Quirk and Company): Forde; Mr. Parkinson (Aubrey's solicitor): [Frederick?] Smithson; Mr. Runnington (eminent London solicitor, agent to Parkinson): [William] Cullenford; Charles (Aubrey's son): Master Webb; footman to Mr. Aubrey: Jones; Lord Charles Berton: Master Forrest; Sir Henry Oldfield: Master Cormack; Oxdale (tenant of Mr. Aubrey): Genge; 1st barrister: Morgan; 2d barrister: Giffin; officer of the court: Butler; Lord Widdrington (judge on Northern Circuit): Johnson; crier of the court: Shaw; Jenkins (shopman to Tagrag): Freeborn; Tiddle (valet to Titmouse): Henry; Twirl (hairdresser): Jacks; Nabbs (sheriff's officer): "Fleece"; special jury: Harley, Ansterly, Fitzherbert, De Beaufort, Wylde, Effingham, Godolphin, St. Clair, Tresylian, St. Aubin, Dunstanville, Jernyngham, Amersham; York watchmen: "Creeks", "Mill", "Capps"; Mrs. Aubrey (wife to Aubrey): Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; Lady de la Zouch: Mrs. Fosbroke; Lady Anne Berton: Miss Phillips; Lady Mary Berton: Miss Pelson; Kate Aubrey (Aubrey's sister, beloved by Delamere): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Lady Harriet Cherville: Miss Greenland; Agnes (daughter to Aubrey): Miss E. Frampton; Mrs. Aubrey, Sen.: Mrs. Pearse; Fanny (Miss Aubrey's maid): Mrs. Naylor; Mrs. Squallop (Titmouse's landlady--Closet Court): Mrs. Gower; Mrs. Brown (Gammon's laundress): Miss O'Neil; Miss Joyce (governess): Miss Mortimer

Cast Comment Forrest also spelled with one "r"; The role of Tagrag is dropped after the first week. Interestingly Sanders moves to the role of Twirl which had been played by "Jacks"--possibly by Sanders whose first name is John

Reference Cast

Charles Aubrey, Esq.: George
   Maynard

Lord de la Zouch: E. Morgan
Mr. Delamere: John Binge
Quirk: James P. Wilkinson
Gammon: Lyon
Snap: Giffin
Tittlebat Titmouse: Edward R.
   Wright

Tagrag: John Sanders
Bob Huckaback: Paul J. Bedford
O'Toole: Forde
Mr. Parkinson: Frederick?
   Smithson

Mr. Runnington: William
   Cullenford

Charles: Master Webb
footman to Mr. Aubrey: Jones
Lord Charles Berton: Master
   Forrest

Sir Henry Oldfield: Master
   Cormack

Oxdale: Genge
1st barrister: Morgan
2d barrister: Giffin
officer of the court: Butler
Lord Widdrington: Johnson
crier of the court: Shaw
Jenkins: Freeborn
Tiddle: Henry
Twirl: John Sanders
Nabbs: "Fleece"
special jury:
   Harley
   Ansterly
   Fitzherbert
   De Beaufort
   Wylde
   Effingham
   Godolphin
   St. Clair
   Tresylian
   St. Aubin
   Dunstanville
   Jernyngham
   Amersham
York watchmen:
   "Creeks"
   "Mill"
   "Capps"
Mrs. Aubrey: Mrs. Henry P.
   Grattan

Lady de la Zouch: Mrs. Fosbroke
Lady Anne Berton: Miss Phillips
Lady Mary Berton: Miss Pelson
Kate Aubrey: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Harriet Cherville: Miss
   Greenland

Agnes: Miss E. Frampton
Mrs. Aubrey, Sen.: Mrs. Pearse
Fanny: Mrs. Naylor
Mrs. Squallop: Mrs. Gower
Mrs. Brown: Miss O'Neil
Miss Joyce: Miss Mortimer

DIR: [Frederick H.] Yates

nursery ballad: "Go Little Prattlers"; "Here Shall Soft Charity Repine"; plaintive ballad (with turnkey chorus): "Hey Tiddle Doll"

(dI) Children's ball at Yatton

I,i Titmouse's attic, Closet Court; I,ii Yatton; I,iii office of Messrs. Quirk, Gammon, and Snap; I,iv drawing room at Yatton; II,i robing room, civil court, York Assizes; II,ii street in York; III,i chambers of T. Titmouse, Esq. M. P. in the Albany; III,ii Mr. Aubrey's house in Vivian Street; III,iii Gammon's office; III,iv Dover Street, Southwark; IV,i Mr. Aubrey's drawing room; IV,ii Quirk's office; IV,iii mansion of Tittlebat Titmouse, esq. in Park Lane; IV,iv Mr. Gammon's chambers in Thaives' Inn; IV,v Yatton in sunshine

extensive plot summary in bill

2) The Maid of Honour (19)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 13 Nov 1841, next 16 Nov 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (37)

Title Comment reduced to afterpiece, prologue omitted Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 13 Nov 1841, next 16 Nov 1841


16 Nov 1841
Tue eve
Adelphi
15 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (2)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 15 Nov 1841, next 17 Nov 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland
Twirl: Jacks
Kate Aubrey: Mrs. Frederick H.
  Yates

2) The Maid of Honour (20)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 15 Nov 1841, next 17 Nov 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (38)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 15 Nov 1841, next 17 Nov 1841


17 Nov 1841
Wed eve
Adelphi
15 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (3)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 16 Nov 1841, next 18 Nov 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland
Twirl: Jacks
Kate Aubrey: Mrs. Frederick H.
  Yates

2) The Maid of Honour (21)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 16 Nov 1841, next 18 Nov 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (39)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 16 Nov 1841, next 18 Nov 1841


18 Nov 1841
Thu eve
Adelphi
15 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (4)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 17 Nov 1841, next 19 Nov 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland
Twirl: Jacks
Kate Aubrey: Mrs. Frederick H.
  Yates

2) The Maid of Honour (22)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 17 Nov 1841, next 19 Nov 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (40)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 17 Nov 1841, next 19 Nov 1841


19 Nov 1841
Fri eve
Adelphi
15 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (5)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 18 Nov 1841, next 20 Nov 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland
Twirl: Jacks
Kate Aubrey: Mrs. Frederick H.
  Yates

2) The Maid of Honour (23)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 18 Nov 1841, next 20 Nov 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (41)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 18 Nov 1841, next 20 Nov 1841


20 Nov 1841
Sat eve
Adelphi
15 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (6)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 19 Nov 1841, next 22 Nov 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland
Twirl: Jacks
Kate Aubrey: Mrs. Frederick H.
  Yates

2) The Maid of Honour (24)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 19 Nov 1841, next 22 Nov 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (42)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 19 Nov 1841, next 22 Nov 1841


22 Nov 1841
Mon eve
Adelphi
22 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (7)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 20 Nov 1841, next 23 Nov 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland

Bill contains a "promissary note" to play Ten Thousand a Year

2) The Maid of Honour (25)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 20 Nov 1841, next 23 Nov 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (43)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 20 Nov 1841, next 23 Nov 1841


23 Nov 1841
Tue eve
Adelphi
22 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (8)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 22 Nov 1841, next 24 Nov 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland

2) The Maid of Honour (26)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 22 Nov 1841, next 24 Nov 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (44)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 22 Nov 1841, next 24 Nov 1841


24 Nov 1841
Wed eve
Adelphi
22 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (9)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 23 Nov 1841, next 25 Nov 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland

2) The Maid of Honour (27)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 23 Nov 1841, next 25 Nov 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (45)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 23 Nov 1841, next 25 Nov 1841


25 Nov 1841
Thu eve
Adelphi
22 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (10)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 24 Nov 1841, next 26 Nov 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland

2) The Maid of Honour (28)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 24 Nov 1841, next 26 Nov 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (46)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 24 Nov 1841, next 26 Nov 1841


26 Nov 1841
Fri eve
Adelphi
22 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (11)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 25 Nov 1841, next 27 Nov 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland

2) The Maid of Honour (29)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 25 Nov 1841, next 27 Nov 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (47)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 25 Nov 1841, next 27 Nov 1841


27 Nov 1841
Sat eve
Adelphi
22 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (12)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 26 Nov 1841, next 29 Nov 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland

2) The Maid of Honour (30)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 26 Nov 1841, next 29 Nov 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (48)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 26 Nov 1841, next 29 Nov 1841


29 Nov 1841
Mon eve
Adelphi
29 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (13)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 27 Nov 1841, next 30 Nov 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland

Cast truncated in the source

2) The Maid of Honour (31)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 27 Nov 1841, next 30 Nov 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (49)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 27 Nov 1841, next 30 Nov 1841


30 Nov 1841
Tue eve
Adelphi
29 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (14)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 29 Nov 1841, next 1 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland

2) The Maid of Honour (32)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 29 Nov 1841, next 1 Dec 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (50)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 29 Nov 1841, next 1 Dec 1841


1 Dec 1841
Wed eve
Adelphi
29 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (15)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 30 Nov 1841, next 2 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland

2) The Maid of Honour (33)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 30 Nov 1841, next 2 Dec 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (51)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 30 Nov 1841, next 2 Dec 1841


2 Dec 1841
Thu eve
Adelphi
29 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (16)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 1 Dec 1841, next 3 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland

2) The Maid of Honour (34)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 1 Dec 1841, next 3 Dec 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (52)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 1 Dec 1841, next 3 Dec 1841


3 Dec 1841
Fri eve
Adelphi
29 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (17)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 2 Dec 1841, next 4 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland

2) The Maid of Honour (35)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 2 Dec 1841, next 4 Dec 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (53)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 2 Dec 1841, next 4 Dec 1841


4 Dec 1841
Sat eve
Adelphi
29 Nov 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (18)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 3 Dec 1841, next 6 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Snap: George Wieland

2) The Maid of Honour (36)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 3 Dec 1841, next 6 Dec 1841

3) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (54)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 3 Dec 1841, next 6 Dec 1841


6 Dec 1841
Mon eve
Adelphi
6 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (19)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 4 Dec 1841, next 7 Dec 1841

2) Norma (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever. Nicoll (IV, 367) lists as Norma Travestie AU: [William H. Oxberry], COMP: Vincenzo Bellini

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, next 7 Dec 1841

Genre (burlesque) grand burlesque opera with Bellini's music

First Night Cast

Norma: Paul J. Bedford; Pollio: Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; Flavius: Miss Mortimer; Oroveso: Mrs. Fosbroke; Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright; Gaulish chiefs: Smith, Jones, Davies, [Richard] Fulford, Barber, [William] Arnold, Shand, Slade; druids, bards: [Frederick?] Smithson, Morgan, E. Morgan, Beale, Genge, Giffin, Harrison, Dixon, Johnson, Shaw, Dicks, Bennett, Johns, Brown, Harry, Hugh Gray, Stent, Jenkins, Cross, Nichols, George, Black; druidesses: Mrs. Gower, M? Haling, Miss Bailey, M? Moggeston, Miss O'Neil, Miss Fenton, Miss Ballinger, M? Nash, M? Manley, M? Fulford, Miss Dickinson, M? Smith, Mrs. Brown, M? Genge, Miss Henry, Miss Frampton, Miss Ellis, M? Short, M? Jones, Miss White, M? Robinson

Reference Cast

Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Pollio: Mrs. Henry P. Grattan
Flavius: Miss Mortimer
Oroveso: Mrs. Fosbroke
Adalgisa: Edward R. Wright
Gaulish chiefs:
   Smith
   Jones
   Davies
   Richard Fulford
   Barber
   William Arnold
   Shand
   Slade
druids, bards:
   Frederick? Smithson
   Morgan
   E. Morgan
   Beale
   Genge
   Giffin
   Harrison
   Dixon
   Johnson
   Shaw
   Dicks
   Bennett
   Johns
   Brown
   Harry
   Hugh Gray
   Stent
   Jenkins
   Cross
   Nichols
   George
   Black
druidesses:
   Mrs. Gower
   M? Haling
   Miss Bailey
   M? Moggeston
   Miss O'Neil
   Miss Fenton
   Miss Ballinger
   M? Nash
   M? Manley
   M? Fulford
   Miss Dickinson
   M? Smith
   Mrs. Brown
   M? Genge
   Miss Henry
   Miss Ellis
   M? Short
   M? Jones
   Miss White

3) The Maid of Honour (37)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 4 Dec 1841, next 7 Dec 1841

4) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (55)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 4 Dec 1841, next 7 Dec 1841


7 Dec 1841
Tue eve
Adelphi
6 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (20)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 6 Dec 1841, next 8 Dec 1841

2) Norma (2)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 6 Dec 1841, next 8 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses:
  Miss Frampton
  M? Robinson

3) The Maid of Honour (38)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 6 Dec 1841, next 8 Dec 1841

4) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (56)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 6 Dec 1841, next 8 Dec 1841


8 Dec 1841
Wed eve
Adelphi
6 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (21)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 7 Dec 1841, next 9 Dec 1841

2) Norma (3)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 7 Dec 1841, next 9 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses:
  Miss Frampton
  M? Robinson

3) The Maid of Honour (39)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 7 Dec 1841, next 9 Dec 1841

4) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (57)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 7 Dec 1841, next 9 Dec 1841


9 Dec 1841
Thu eve
Adelphi
6 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (22)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 8 Dec 1841, next 10 Dec 1841

2) Norma (4)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 8 Dec 1841, next 10 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses:
  Miss Frampton
  M? Robinson

3) The Maid of Honour (40)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 8 Dec 1841, next 10 Dec 1841

4) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (58)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 8 Dec 1841, next 10 Dec 1841


10 Dec 1841
Fri eve
Adelphi
6 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (23)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 9 Dec 1841, next 11 Dec 1841

2) Norma (5)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 9 Dec 1841, next 11 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses:
  Miss Frampton
  M? Robinson

3) The Maid of Honour (41)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 9 Dec 1841, next 11 Dec 1841

4) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (59)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 9 Dec 1841, next 11 Dec 1841


11 Dec 1841
Sat eve
Adelphi
6 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (24)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 10 Dec 1841, next 13 Dec 1841

2) Norma (6)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 10 Dec 1841, next 13 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses:
  Miss Frampton
  M? Robinson

3) The Maid of Honour (42)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 10 Dec 1841, next 13 Dec 1841

4) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (60)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 10 Dec 1841, next 13 Dec 1841


13 Dec 1841
Mon eve
Adelphi
13 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (25)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 11 Dec 1841, next 14 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott

2) Norma (7)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 11 Dec 1841, next 14 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses: M? Robinson

3) The Maid of Honour (43)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 11 Dec 1841, next 14 Dec 1841

4) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (61)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 11 Dec 1841, next 14 Dec 1841


14 Dec 1841
Tue eve
Adelphi
13 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (26)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 13 Dec 1841, next 15 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott

2) Norma (8)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 13 Dec 1841, next 15 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses: M? Robinson

3) The Maid of Honour (44)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 13 Dec 1841, next 15 Dec 1841

4) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (62)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 13 Dec 1841, next 15 Dec 1841


15 Dec 1841
Wed eve
Adelphi
13 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (27)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 14 Dec 1841, next 16 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott

2) Norma (9)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 14 Dec 1841, next 16 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses: M? Robinson

3) The Maid of Honour (45)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 14 Dec 1841, next 16 Dec 1841

4) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (63)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 14 Dec 1841, next 16 Dec 1841


16 Dec 1841
Thu eve
Adelphi
13 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (28)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 15 Dec 1841, next 17 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott

2) Norma (10)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 15 Dec 1841, next 17 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses: M? Robinson

3) The Maid of Honour (46)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 15 Dec 1841, next 17 Dec 1841

4) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (64)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 15 Dec 1841, next 17 Dec 1841


17 Dec 1841
Fri eve
Adelphi
13 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (29)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 16 Dec 1841, next 18 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott

2) Norma (11)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 16 Dec 1841, next 18 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses: M? Robinson

3) The Maid of Honour (47)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 16 Dec 1841, next 18 Dec 1841

4) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (65)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 16 Dec 1841, next 18 Dec 1841


18 Dec 1841
Sat eve
Adelphi
13 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (30)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 17 Dec 1841, next 20 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott

2) Norma (12)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 17 Dec 1841, next 20 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses: M? Robinson

3) The Maid of Honour (48)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 17 Dec 1841, next 24 Jan 1842

4) Die Hexen am Rhein; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh (66)

Performances first 4 Oct 1841, previous 17 Dec 1841


20 Dec 1841
Mon eve
Adelphi
20 Dec 1841
adv
Times

1) Barnaby Rudge (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; based on Dickens' novel. Stirling given by Nicoll as the author, though there was another piece by him with the same title, licensed for The Strand 6/8/1841 AU: [Edward Stirling], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, next 21 Dec 1841

Genre (drama) Adelphi version of the celebrated tale; 3 acts

First Night Cast

John Willet (burly-headed man, with a flat face): [James P.] Wilkinson; Joe Willet (landlord's son, a strapping fellow of 20): Morgan; Daisy (parish clerk and bell-ringer of Chigwell): Giffin; Tom Cobb (general chandler and post office keeper): Butler; Phil. Parkes (the ranger): Shaw; Hugh (The Maypole ostler): O. Smith; The Stranger: Lyon; Mr. Edward Chester (another guest): [John] Binge; Varden (round red-faced sturdy yeoman): Paul J. Bedford; Dolly Varden (the personation of good humour): Miss E. Terrey; Miggs (an uncomfortable figure): [Frederick H.] Yates; Simon Tappertit (an aspiring soul): [Edward R.] Wright; Mrs. Rudge: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Barnaby Rudge: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Emma Haredale (a lonely girl): Miss Mortimer; Mr. Haredale (rough and stern): [George] Maynard; Mr. Stagg (proprietor of this charming retreat): [John] Sanders; Lanky Jack: Shaw; apprentice knights: [Unlisted]; Gashford (smooth and humble, but sly and slinking): [Frederick?] Smithson; Dennis (squat thick-set personage): [William] Cullenford; Sir John Chester (grave, staid, placid gentleman): [Frederick H.] Yates; Peake (valet): Henry; Lord George Gordon: Freeborn; rioters: [Unlisted]

Cast Comment lengthy description of roles truncated or omitted here; cast taken from Folger bill of 27 Dec 1841

Reference Cast

John Willet: James P. Wilkinson
Joe Willet: Morgan
Daisy: Giffin
Tom Cobb: Butler
Phil. Parkes: Shaw
Hugh: O. Smith
The Stranger: Lyon
Mr. Edward Chester: John Binge
Varden: Paul J. Bedford
Dolly Varden: Miss E. Terrey
Miggs: Mrs. Gower
Simon Tappertit: Edward R.
   Wright

Mrs. Rudge: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Barnaby Rudge: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin

Emma Haredale: Miss Mortimer
Mr. Haredale: George Maynard
Mr. Stagg: F. Butler
Lanky Jack: Shaw
apprentice knights: Unlisted
Gashford: Frederick? Smithson
Dennis: John Sanders
Sir John Chester: William
   Cullenford

Peake: Henry
Lord George Gordon: Freeborn
rioters: Unlisted

(dI,v) hornpipe: "No Popery", [Edward R.] Wright, O. Smith, [William] Cullenford

(dIII,ii) riots of 1780--Newgate in flames

I,i house of public entertainment called "The Maypole"; I,ii Varden's parlour and breakfast table; I,iii the widow's house; I,iv sitting room at the Warren; I,v apprentice knights' cellar; II,i Sir John Chester's chamber; II,ii the widow's cottage; II,iii Westminster Bridge; II,iv The Maypole; II,v part of pleasure grounds of Warren; II,vi ruins of the Warren from fire; III,i outside of "Golden Key"; III,ii exterior of prison; III,iii country view; III,iv Felons' Yard, Newgate; III,v an apartment

the bill contains a list of "realizations" with references to pages in the book

2) Norma (13)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 18 Dec 1841, next 21 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses: M? Robinson

3) Ten Thousand a Year (31)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 18 Dec 1841, next 21 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott


21 Dec 1841
Tue eve
Adelphi
21 Dec 1841
adv
Times

1) Barnaby Rudge (2)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 20 Dec 1841, next 22 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1841)

BUT Miggs: Frederick H. Yates
Mr. Stagg: John Sanders
Dennis: William Cullenford
Sir John Chester: Frederick H.
  Yates

2) Norma (14)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 20 Dec 1841, next 22 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses: M? Robinson

3) Ten Thousand a Year (32)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 20 Dec 1841, next 22 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott


22 Dec 1841
Wed eve
Adelphi
22 Dec 1841
adv
Times

1) Barnaby Rudge (3)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 21 Dec 1841, next 23 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1841)

BUT Miggs: Frederick H. Yates
Mr. Stagg: John Sanders
Dennis: William Cullenford
Sir John Chester: Frederick H.
  Yates

2) Norma (15)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 21 Dec 1841, next 23 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses: M? Robinson

3) Ten Thousand a Year (33)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 21 Dec 1841, next 23 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott


23 Dec 1841
Thu eve
Adelphi
23 Dec 1841
adv
Times

1) Barnaby Rudge (4)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 22 Dec 1841, next 27 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1841)

BUT Miggs: Frederick H. Yates
Mr. Stagg: John Sanders
Dennis: William Cullenford
Sir John Chester: Frederick H.
  Yates

2) Norma (16)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 22 Dec 1841, next 27 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1841)

ADDS druidesses: M? Robinson

3) Ten Thousand a Year (34)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 22 Dec 1841, next 24 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott


24 Dec 1841
Fri eve
Adelphi

DARK: Christmas Eve


25 Dec 1841
Sat eve
Adelphi

DARK: Christmas Day


27 Dec 1841
Mon eve
Adelphi
27 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (5)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 23 Dec 1841, next 28 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1841)

BUT Miggs: Frederick H. Yates
Mr. Stagg: John Sanders
Dennis: William Cullenford
Sir John Chester: Frederick H.
  Yates

2) Norma (17)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 23 Dec 1841, next 28 Dec 1841

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Nelson Lee], COMP: William H. Callcott Au Comm Callcott's name has one "l" on the bill

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, next 28 Dec 1841

Genre (pantomime) comic Christmas pantomime

First Night Cast

Erebus (King of Night): [John] Binge; His Imps: Shaw, Johnson, Smith; Luna: Mrs. Gower; Aurora: Miss E. Terrey; elfin: Mrs. Naylor; spirit from the Emerald Isle: Forde; fairies: Miss Clifford, Miss Bailey, M? Moggeston, Miss O'Neil, Miss Fenton, Miss Ballinger, Miss E. Ballinger; Orlando (in the guise of a pedlar): [Fred] Frampton; Little Old Woman: [George] Wieland; Rosebud (her daughter): Miss Bullen; Sir Juniper Cut-em-off (the mayor): [John] Sanders; Harlequin: [Fred] Frampton; Pantaloon: [John] Sanders; Clown: [George] Wieland; Columbine: Miss Bullen; Jerry Sneak: "Trembletoes"; termagant wife: "Mrs. Blazeaway"; porter: "Carrypack"; seedy swell: "Shortofpelf"; master of shop: "Dapper"; first customer: "Nevergay"; second customer: "Neverstay"; third customer: "Neverpay"; Dutchman: "Bigbreech"; Frenchman: "Swallowfrog"; watchman: "Dozeaway"; confectioner: "Sugarplum"; masons: "Chipstone", "Mallet", "Makewages"; Guy Fawkes: "Master Strikealight"; young gentlemen (out with their Mama's knowledge on 5 Nov): "Master Squib", "Master Cracker", "Master Neverbeg", "Breakpane", "Playthewag", "Suckthumb", "Sneezer"; first landlord: "Thinlimbs"; anglers: "Nevercatch", "Baitwell"; boy: "Master Flyblown"; maid of honor (from the vasty deep): "Miss Skinnyfins"; sailors: "Chawbaccy", "Rummyfug", "Lickquid"; second landlord: "Doublepaunch"; jolly young tars and spritely lasses: Miss Lee, Miss O'Brien, Miss Fenton, Miss Wiltshire, Miss Ballinger, Miss Turnour, Miss Blanchard, Miss E. Massal Harlequin, Lilliputian: Master Forrest Lilliputian Clown: Master Webb Lilliputian Pantaloon: Master Flaws Lilliputian Pierrot: Master Cormack Lilliputian Columbine: Miss C. Phillips; giantess: "Madame Tallgawky"; giant: "Monsieur Lankylimbs"; giant's infant heir: "Master Slobberchops"; hatter: "Softshape"; grocer: "Sweetfinger"; Jew: "Neverprig"; Punch: "Drolldag"; newsman: "Bawlaway"; fine lady: "Mrs. Flounceabout"; fishmonger: "Doublefin"; fat beadle: "Swellbelly"; mob: "Blowcold", "Bellow", "Burlypaunch", "Bigwhisker", "Barkem"; Lord Mayor: "Swellbelly"; aldermen: "Bigfeeder", "Swillport"; Welchwomen: "Mrs. Taffy", "Mrs. Swallowleek"; Welchmen: "Nibblecheese", "Splutterwell"; man with cradle: "Rocket"; man with coral and bells: "Teazegums"

Cast Comment Master Forrest, Master Webb, Master Flaws, Master Cormack, Miss C. Phillips, pupils of Frampton. Master Flaws' name spelled "Flowers" o the bill

Reference Cast

Erebus: John Binge
His Imps:
   Shaw
   Johnson
   Smith
Luna: Mrs. Gower
Aurora: Miss E. Terrey
elfin: Mrs. Naylor
spirit from the Emerald Isle:
   Forde

fairies:
   Miss Clifford
   Miss Bailey
   M? Moggeston
   Miss O'Neil
   Miss Fenton
   Miss Ballinger
   Miss E. Ballinger
Orlando: Fred Frampton
Little Old Woman: George
   Wieland

Rosebud: Miss Bullen
Sir Juniper Cut-em-off: John
   Sanders

Harlequin: Fred Frampton
Pantaloon: John Sanders
Clown: George Wieland
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Jerry Sneak: "Trembletoes"
termagant wife: "Mrs.
   Blazeaway"

porter: "Carrypack"
seedy swell: "Shortofpelf"
master of shop: "Dapper"
first customer: "Nevergay"
second customer: "Neverstay"
third customer: "Neverpay"
Dutchman: "Bigbreech"
Frenchman: "Swallowfrog"
watchman: "Dozeaway"
confectioner: "Sugarplum"
masons:
   "Chipstone"
   "Mallet"
   "Makewages"
Guy Fawkes: "Master
   Strikealight"

young gentlemen:
   "Master Squib"
   "Master Cracker"
   "Master Neverbeg"
   "Breakpane"
   "Playthewag"
   "Suckthumb"
   "Sneezer"
first landlord: "Thinlimbs"
anglers:
   "Nevercatch"
   "Baitwell"
boy: "Master Flyblown"
maid of honor: "Miss
   Skinnyfins"

sailors:
   "Chawbaccy"
   "Rummyfug"
   "Lickquid"
second landlord: "Doublepaunch"
jolly young tars and spritely
   lasses:
   Miss Lee
   Miss O'Brien
   Miss Fenton
   Miss Wiltshire
   Miss Ballinger
   Miss Turnour
   Miss Blanchard
   Miss E. Massal
Harlequin, Lilliputian: Master
   Forrest

Lilliputian Clown: Master Webb
Lilliputian Pantaloon: Master
   Flaws

Lilliputian Pierrot: Master
   Cormack

Lilliputian Columbine: Miss C.
   Phillips

giantess: "Madame Tallgawky"
giant: "Monsieur Lankylimbs"
giant's infant heir: "Master
   Slobberchops"

hatter: "Softshape"
grocer: "Sweetfinger"
Jew: "Neverprig"
Punch: "Drolldag"
newsman: "Bawlaway"
fine lady: "Mrs. Flounceabout"
fishmonger: "Doublefin"
fat beadle: "Swellbelly"
mob:
   "Blowcold"
   "Bellow"
   "Burlypaunch"
   "Bigwhisker"
   "Barkem"
Lord Mayor: "Swellbelly"
aldermen:
   "Bigfeeder"
   "Swillport"
Welchwomen:
   "Mrs. Taffy"
   "Mrs. Swallowleek"
Welchmen:
   "Nibblecheese"
   "Splutterwell"
man with cradle: "Rocket"
man with coral and bells:
   "Teazegums"


DIR: [George] Wieland

hornpipe: -eight British sailors; Harlequin's grotesque dance: [Fred] Frampton (in character)

the moat with real water in which will be exhibited the Udata-Mmene-Leephtheian; conflagration of the armoury; tableau: "Grand Concluding Pyrotechnic Tableau", D'Ernst; death of the magic duck and transformation; flight of the magic petticoat "D'Ernst artist to Her Majesty" (bill)

1. the regions of darkness; 2. Moon and star-lit hemisphere; 3. approach of Aurora; 4. daybreak on the river; 5. borders of Fairy Land; 6. the little old woman's cottage; 7. the road from market; 8. the cave of Erebus; 9. outside of the old woman's cottage and fairy lake; 10. well-known street, cobbler's stall, and public breakfast concern; 11. clock-maker's and outfitting warehouse; 12. fortified town and marine view; 13. City of Lilliput and Theatre Royal; 14. interior of the Theatre Royal, Lilliput; 15. tobacconist's and news vender's; 16. Punch's office and hatter's; 17. Tower of London from Tower Hill by moonlight; 18. Palace of the Elements

Comic business: Webb


28 Dec 1841
Tue eve
Adelphi
27 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (6)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 27 Dec 1841, next 29 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1841)

BUT Miggs: Frederick H. Yates
Mr. Stagg: John Sanders
Dennis: William Cullenford
Sir John Chester: Frederick H.
  Yates

2) Norma (18)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 27 Dec 1841, next 29 Dec 1841

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (2)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 27 Dec 1841, next 29 Dec 1841


29 Dec 1841
Wed eve
Adelphi
27 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (7)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 28 Dec 1841, next 30 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1841)

BUT Miggs: Frederick H. Yates
Mr. Stagg: John Sanders
Dennis: William Cullenford
Sir John Chester: Frederick H.
  Yates

2) Norma (19)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 28 Dec 1841, next 30 Dec 1841

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (3)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 28 Dec 1841, next 30 Dec 1841


30 Dec 1841
Thu eve
Adelphi
27 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (8)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 29 Dec 1841, next 31 Dec 1841

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1841)

BUT Miggs: Frederick H. Yates
Mr. Stagg: John Sanders
Dennis: William Cullenford
Sir John Chester: Frederick H.
  Yates

2) Norma (20)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 29 Dec 1841, next 31 Dec 1841

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (4)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 29 Dec 1841, next 31 Dec 1841


31 Dec 1841
Fri eve
Adelphi
27 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (9)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 30 Dec 1841, next 1 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1841)

BUT Miggs: Frederick H. Yates
Mr. Stagg: John Sanders
Dennis: William Cullenford
Sir John Chester: Frederick H.
  Yates

2) Norma (21)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 30 Dec 1841, next 1 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (5)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 30 Dec 1841, next 1 Jan 1842


1 Jan 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
27 Dec 1841
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (10)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 31 Dec 1841, next 3 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1841)

BUT Miggs: Frederick H. Yates
Mr. Stagg: John Sanders
Dennis: William Cullenford
Sir John Chester: Frederick H.
  Yates

2) Norma (22)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 31 Dec 1841, next 3 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (6)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 31 Dec 1841, next 3 Jan 1842


3 Jan 1842
Mon eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (11)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 1 Jan 1842, next 4 Jan 1842

2) Norma (23)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 1 Jan 1842, next 4 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (7)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 1 Jan 1842, next 4 Jan 1842


4 Jan 1842
Tue eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (12)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 3 Jan 1842, next 5 Jan 1842

2) Norma (24)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 3 Jan 1842, next 5 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (8)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 3 Jan 1842, next 5 Jan 1842


5 Jan 1842
Wed eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (13)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 4 Jan 1842, next 6 Jan 1842

2) Norma (25)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 4 Jan 1842, next 6 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (9)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 4 Jan 1842, next 6 Jan 1842


6 Jan 1842
Thu eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (14)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 5 Jan 1842, next 7 Jan 1842

2) Norma (26)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 5 Jan 1842, next 7 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (10)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 5 Jan 1842, next 7 Jan 1842


7 Jan 1842
Fri eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (15)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 6 Jan 1842, next 8 Jan 1842

2) Norma (27)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 6 Jan 1842, next 8 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (11)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 6 Jan 1842, next 8 Jan 1842


8 Jan 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (16)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 7 Jan 1842, next 10 Jan 1842

2) Norma (28)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 7 Jan 1842, next 10 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (12)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 7 Jan 1842, next 10 Jan 1842


10 Jan 1842
Mon eve
Adelphi
10 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (17)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 8 Jan 1842, next 11 Jan 1842

2) Norma (29)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 8 Jan 1842, next 11 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (13)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 8 Jan 1842, next 11 Jan 1842


11 Jan 1842
Tue eve
Adelphi
10 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (18)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 10 Jan 1842, next 12 Jan 1842

2) Norma (30)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 10 Jan 1842, next 12 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (14)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 10 Jan 1842, next 12 Jan 1842


12 Jan 1842
Wed eve
Adelphi
10 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (19)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 11 Jan 1842, next 13 Jan 1842

2) Norma (31)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 11 Jan 1842, next 13 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (15)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 11 Jan 1842, next 13 Jan 1842


13 Jan 1842
Thu eve
Adelphi
10 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (20)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 12 Jan 1842, next 14 Jan 1842

2) Norma (32)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 12 Jan 1842, next 14 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (16)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 12 Jan 1842, next 14 Jan 1842


14 Jan 1842
Fri eve
Adelphi
10 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (21)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 13 Jan 1842, next 15 Jan 1842

2) Norma (33)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 13 Jan 1842, next 15 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (17)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 13 Jan 1842, next 15 Jan 1842


15 Jan 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
10 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (22)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 14 Jan 1842, next 17 Jan 1842

2) Norma (34)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 14 Jan 1842, next 17 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (18)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 14 Jan 1842, next 17 Jan 1842


17 Jan 1842
Mon eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (23)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 15 Jan 1842, next 18 Jan 1842

2) Norma (35)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 15 Jan 1842, next 18 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (19)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 15 Jan 1842, next 18 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


18 Jan 1842
Tue eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (24)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 17 Jan 1842, next 19 Jan 1842

2) Norma (36)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 17 Jan 1842, next 19 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (20)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 17 Jan 1842, next 19 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


19 Jan 1842
Wed eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (25)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 18 Jan 1842, next 20 Jan 1842

2) Norma (37)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 18 Jan 1842, next 20 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (21)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 18 Jan 1842, next 20 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


20 Jan 1842
Thu eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (26)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 19 Jan 1842, next 21 Jan 1842

2) Norma (38)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 19 Jan 1842, next 21 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (22)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 19 Jan 1842, next 21 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


21 Jan 1842
Fri eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (27)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 20 Jan 1842, next 22 Jan 1842

2) Norma (39)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 20 Jan 1842, next 22 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (23)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 20 Jan 1842, next 22 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


22 Jan 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Barnaby Rudge (28)

Performances first 20 Dec 1841, previous 21 Jan 1842

2) Norma (40)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 21 Jan 1842, next 24 Jan 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (24)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 21 Jan 1842, next 24 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


24 Jan 1842
Mon eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (35)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 23 Dec 1841, next 25 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott

2) The Maid of Honour (49)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 18 Dec 1841, next 25 Jan 1842

3) Norma (41)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 22 Jan 1842, next 25 Jan 1842

4) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (25)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 22 Jan 1842, next 25 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn

Cast truncated in the source


25 Jan 1842
Tue eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (36)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 24 Jan 1842, next 26 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott

2) The Maid of Honour (50)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 24 Jan 1842, next 26 Jan 1842

3) Norma (42)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 24 Jan 1842, next 26 Jan 1842

4) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (26)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 24 Jan 1842, next 26 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


26 Jan 1842
Wed eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (37)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 25 Jan 1842, next 27 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott

2) The Maid of Honour (51)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 25 Jan 1842, next 27 Jan 1842

3) Norma (43)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 25 Jan 1842, next 27 Jan 1842

4) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (27)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 25 Jan 1842, next 27 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


27 Jan 1842
Thu eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

Special Performance Juvenile: Young People's Night

1) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (28)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 26 Jan 1842, next 28 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn

2) Ten Thousand a Year (38)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 26 Jan 1842, next 28 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott

3) The Maid of Honour (52)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 26 Jan 1842, next 28 Jan 1842

4) Norma (44)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 26 Jan 1842, next 28 Jan 1842


28 Jan 1842
Fri eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (39)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 27 Jan 1842, next 29 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott

2) The Maid of Honour (53)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 27 Jan 1842, next 29 Jan 1842

3) Norma (45)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 27 Jan 1842, next 29 Jan 1842

4) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (29)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 27 Jan 1842, next 29 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


29 Jan 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) Ten Thousand a Year (40)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 28 Jan 1842, next 7 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott

2) The Maid of Honour (54)

Performances first 25 Oct 1841, previous 28 Jan 1842

3) Norma (46)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 28 Jan 1842, next 31 Jan 1842

4) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (30)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 28 Jan 1842, next 31 Jan 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


31 Jan 1842
Mon eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Queen of Cyprus (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever. "Founded on the grand opera now performing to the admiration of the French public" AU: [Samuel Beazley Jr.], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, next 1 Feb 1842

Genre (burletta) entirely new operatic spectacle

First Night Cast

Andrea Cornaro (senator of Venice): [William] Cullenford; Moncenigo (member of the Council of Ten): [George] Maynard; Bolboglio (Venetian, follower of Moncenigo and suitor of Ninetta): Paul J. Bedford; Gerard de Courcy (French chevalier): Lyon; Dandolo (Cypriot, follower of Cornaro's and suitor to Ninetta): [Edward R.] Wright; page to Andrea: Forde; guests of Cornaro: Henry, Freeborn; retainers of Cornaro: Green, Giffin, Bannister, [Frederick?] Smithson, Fry, Wollidge, Morgan, E. Morgan; Knights of France: Unlisted; pages of Cornaro: [Charles] Selby, Massano; Catarina Cornaro: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Ninetta (her confidential servant): Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan maids Manuella: Miss E. Terrey; Juanna: Mrs. Fosbroke Bridesmaids: Miss Bullen, Miss Lee, Mrs. Naylor; Bridal train: Miss Ballinger, Miss Fenton, Miss E. Massal, Miss O'Brien, Miss O'Neil

Cast Comment Woolidge is "Woolich" on bill; there was a woolidge in 1848 and 1849, and we assume this to be a typo.

Reference Cast

Andrea Cornaro: William
   Cullenford

Moncenigo: George Maynard
Bolboglio: Paul J. Bedford
Gerard de Courcy: Lyon
Dandolo: Edward R. Wright
page to Andrea: Forde
guests of Cornaro:
   Henry
   Freeborn
retainers of Cornaro:
   Green
   Giffin
   Bannister
   Frederick? Smithson
   Fry
   Wollidge
   Morgan
   E. Morgan
Knights of France: Unlisted
pages of Cornaro:
   Charles Selby
   Massano
Catarina Cornaro: Mrs. Frederick
   H. Yates

Ninetta: Mrs. Henry P. Grattan
Manuella: Miss E. Terrey
Juanna: Mrs. Fosbroke
Bridesmaids:
   Miss Bullen
   Miss Lee
   Mrs. Naylor
Bridal train:
   Miss Ballinger
   Miss Fenton
   Miss E. Massal
   Miss O'Brien
   Miss O'Neil

George H. Rodwell composed all the music except two grand "morceaux" of Halevy's from La Reine de Chypre which opened at the Paris Opera on December 22, 1841

(dI) solo: "Wreath, Wreath the Sweetest Flowers" [George H. Rodwell], Miss E. Terrey; (dI) "Man Calls Himself Creation's Lord" [George H. Rodwell], Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; (dI) bridal solo: "Strike, Oh, Strike the Gentle Lute" [George H. Rodwell], Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; (dI) dancing chorus: "Hail, Hail, to the Happy Pair" [George H. Rodwell]; (dI) double chorus: "Revenge, Revenge De Courcy's Wrong" [George H. Rodwell]; (dI) double chorus: "Defend, Defend Cornaro's Wrong" [George H. Rodwell]; (dI) choeur de Gondoliers: "Aux Feux Scintillants des Etoiles" [[J. Fromental] Halevy]; (dII) glee: "Cyprus We'll Drink in Cyprus Wine" [George H. Rodwell]; (dII) glee: "Venice, Famed in Story, is Our Toast" [George H. Rodwell]; (dII) joint chorus: "He's Right, He's Right--to Fight, to Fight" [George H. Rodwell]; (dII) gambling chorus: "Au Jeu Mes Amis" [[J. Fromental] Halevy]; (dII) solo: "Tout N'est dans Ce Bas Monde" [[J. Fromental] Halevy]; (dII) concerted piece and dance: "Quit, Oh Quit the Sordid Dice" [George H. Rodwell]; (dII) concerted piece and dance: "Listen, Listen Each Delight" [George H. Rodwell]; (dII) grand chorus: "She Comes with Splendour O'er the Waves" [George H. Rodwell]; (dII) prayer and greeting: "Welcome, Welcome to Our Strand" [George H. Rodwell]; (dII) grand chorus: "Seize Him, Seize Him; To the Scaffold Bear Him" [George H. Rodwell]; (dIII) grand chorus: "Hark, Hark, the Cannons Roar" [George H. Rodwell] "Distant Melody of the The Gondoliers," by Halevy, is regarded as one of two musical chef d'ouevres of the La Reine de Chypre (bill)

(dI) Venetian pas de trois: "Bonheur a la Fiancee"; (dII) pas seductive dances by Frampton, music by George H. Rodwell

I,i vast hall of festival; I,ii villa Anrea (Telbin); I,iii interior of the villa (Pitt); I,iv Catarina's oratory (Pitt); II,i illuminated casino and moonlit garden; II,ii pleasure grounds attached to casino (Telbin); II,iii great square of Nicosia, palace and colonnade to cathedral; II,iv the royal galley (Telbin); III,i audience chamber of the Queen (Pitt); III,ii street in Cyprus (Telbin); III,iii the moat with fortress of Nicosia (Telbin and Pitt)

bill contains summary of action

2) Norma (47)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 29 Jan 1842, next 1 Feb 1842

Cast truncated in the source

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (31)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 29 Jan 1842, next 1 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


1 Feb 1842
Tue eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Queen of Cyprus (2)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 31 Jan 1842, next 2 Feb 1842

2) Norma (48)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 31 Jan 1842, next 2 Feb 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (32)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 31 Jan 1842, next 2 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


2 Feb 1842
Wed eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Queen of Cyprus (3)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 1 Feb 1842, next 3 Feb 1842

2) Norma (49)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 1 Feb 1842, next 3 Feb 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (33)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 1 Feb 1842, next 3 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


3 Feb 1842
Thu eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Queen of Cyprus (4)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 2 Feb 1842, next 4 Feb 1842

2) Norma (50)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 2 Feb 1842, next 4 Feb 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (34)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 2 Feb 1842, next 4 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


4 Feb 1842
Fri eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Queen of Cyprus (5)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 3 Feb 1842, next 5 Feb 1842

2) Norma (51)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 3 Feb 1842, next 5 Feb 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (35)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 3 Feb 1842, next 5 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


5 Feb 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Queen of Cyprus (6)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 4 Feb 1842, next 7 Feb 1842

2) Norma (52)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 4 Feb 1842, next 7 Feb 1842

3) The Little Old Woman and Her Pig; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat (36)

Performances first 27 Dec 1841, previous 4 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1841)

BUT Erebus: Freeborn


7 Feb 1842
Mon eve
Adelphi
7 Feb 1842
bill
TxU

1) Norma (53)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 5 Feb 1842, next 8 Feb 1842

2) The Queen of Cyprus (7)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 5 Feb 1842, next 8 Feb 1842

3) Ten Thousand a Year (41)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 29 Jan 1842, next 8 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott


8 Feb 1842
Tue eve
Adelphi
7 Feb 1842
bill
TxU

1) Norma (54)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 7 Feb 1842, next 10 Feb 1842

2) The Queen of Cyprus (8)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 7 Feb 1842, next 10 Feb 1842

3) Ten Thousand a Year (42)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 7 Feb 1842, next 10 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott


9 Feb 1842
Wed eve
Adelphi

DARK: Ash Wednesday


10 Feb 1842
Thu eve
Adelphi
7 Feb 1842
bill
TxU

1) The Queen of Cyprus (9)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 8 Feb 1842, next 11 Feb 1842

2) Norma (55)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 8 Feb 1842, next 11 Feb 1842

3) Ten Thousand a Year (43)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 8 Feb 1842, next 11 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott


11 Feb 1842
Fri eve
Adelphi
7 Feb 1842
bill
TxU

1) The Queen of Cyprus (10)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 10 Feb 1842, next 12 Feb 1842

2) Norma (56)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 10 Feb 1842, next 12 Feb 1842

3) Ten Thousand a Year (44)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 10 Feb 1842, next 12 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott


12 Feb 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
7 Feb 1842
bill
TxU

1) The Queen of Cyprus (11)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 11 Feb 1842, next 14 Feb 1842

2) Norma (57)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 11 Feb 1842, next 14 Feb 1842

3) Ten Thousand a Year (45)

Performances first 15 Nov 1841, previous 11 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1841)

BUT Lady de la Zouch: Miss
  Scott


14 Feb 1842
Mon eve
Adelphi
14 Feb 1842
adv
Times

1) The Queen of Cyprus (12)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 12 Feb 1842, next 15 Feb 1842

2) Norma (58)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 12 Feb 1842, next 15 Feb 1842

3) Jack Sheppard (1)

AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, next 15 Feb 1842

Genre (melodrama) popular burletta

First Night Cast

Sir Rowland Trenchard: [George] Maynard; Sir James Thornhill: Freeborn; Jonathan Wild: Lyon; Gay (the poet): [Frederick?] Smithson; Owen Wood (of Wych Street): [James P.] Wilkinson; Abram Mendez (Jew thief-taker): [John] Sanders; Mr. William Kneebone (woolen draper): [William] Cullenford; Shotbolt (gaoler): [Edward R.] Wright; Jack Sheppard: Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; Joe Blueskin: Paul J. Bedford; Thames Darrell: Morgan; Quilt Arnold: Forde; Mrs. Wood: Mrs. Fosbroke; Winifred Wood: Miss E. Terrey; Mrs. Sheppard: Miss O'Neil; Sally: Mrs. Gower; Poll Maggott: Mrs. Naylor; Edgeworth Bess: Miss Bullen

Cast Comment cast from LTM bill 21 Feb which includes perf on 24 Feb

Reference Cast

Sir Rowland Trenchard: George
   Maynard

Sir James Thornhill: Freeborn
Jonathan Wild: Lyon
Gay: Frederick? Smithson
Owen Wood: James P. Wilkinson
Abram Mendez: John Sanders
Mr. William Kneebone: William
   Cullenford

Shotbolt: Edward R. Wright
Jack Sheppard: Mrs. Henry P.
   Grattan
Joe Blueskin: Paul J. Bedford
Thames Darrell: Morgan
Quilt Arnold: Forde
Mrs. Wood: Mrs. Fosbroke
Winifred Wood: Miss E. Terrey
Mrs. Sheppard: Miss O'Neil
Sally: Mrs. Gower
Poll Maggott: Mrs. Naylor
Edgeworth Bess: Miss Bullen

air: "The Carpenter's Daughter Was Fair and Free", Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; air: "Farewell Ye Rory Tories", Paul J. Bedford; air: "Though with Neither a Chisel, a Knife, nor a File", Paul J. Bedford; "The Newgate Stone", Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; "Jolly Nose", Paul J. Bedford; "In a Box of the Stone Jug I Was Born", Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; chorus: "Nix My Dolly, Pals, Fake Away", Paul J. Bedford (in character) Songs taken from Folger bill dated Feb 28, 1842

1. room at Wood's; 2. library in Sir Rowland Trenchard's mansion; 3. St. Giles's round house; 4. room in Wild's house in the Old Bailey; 5. Dollis Hill; 6. exterior of Kneebone's shop, Wych Street, Drury Lane; 7. the well hole; 9. the Mint; 10. Woods' house 11. leads of Newgate and leads of Turner's house; 12. Turnagain Lane, Fleet Ditch, and Wych Street; 13. Newgate and Jonathan Wild's house details from Folger bill dated Feb 28, 1842


15 Feb 1842
Tue eve
Adelphi
15 Feb 1842
adv
Times

1) The Queen of Cyprus (13)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 14 Feb 1842, next 16 Feb 1842

2) Norma (59)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 14 Feb 1842, next 16 Feb 1842

3) Jack Sheppard (2)

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, previous 14 Feb 1842, next 16 Feb 1842


16 Feb 1842
Wed eve
Adelphi
15 Feb 1842
adv
Times

1) The Queen of Cyprus (14)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 15 Feb 1842, next 17 Feb 1842

2) Norma (60)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 15 Feb 1842, next 17 Feb 1842

3) Jack Sheppard (3)

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, previous 15 Feb 1842, next 17 Feb 1842


17 Feb 1842
Thu eve
Adelphi
17 Feb 1842
adv
Times

1) The Queen of Cyprus (15)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 16 Feb 1842, next 18 Feb 1842

2) Norma (61)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 16 Feb 1842, next 18 Feb 1842

3) Jack Sheppard (4)

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, previous 16 Feb 1842, next 18 Feb 1842


18 Feb 1842
Fri eve
Adelphi
18 Feb 1842
adv
Times

1) The Queen of Cyprus (16)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 17 Feb 1842, next 19 Feb 1842

2) Norma (62)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 17 Feb 1842, next 19 Feb 1842

3) Jack Sheppard (5)

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, previous 17 Feb 1842, next 19 Feb 1842


19 Feb 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
19 Feb 1842
adv
Times

1) The Queen of Cyprus (17)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 18 Feb 1842, next 21 Feb 1842

2) Norma (63)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 18 Feb 1842, next 21 Feb 1842

3) Jack Sheppard (6)

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, previous 18 Feb 1842, next 24 Feb 1842


21 Feb 1842
Mon eve
Adelphi
21 Feb 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; based on Scribe's comedy of La Chaine AU: [Miss Julia S. Pardoe] Au Comm Nicoll attributes the piece to George H. Rodwell, adding it is assigned "probably erroneously to Miss Pardoe," but the bill clearly states: "adapted by the author of Agnes St. Aubin" i.e. Miss Julia S. Pardoe

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, next 22 Feb 1842

Genre (burletta) drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Admiral Lord Starboard: [Frederick H.] Yates; Mr. Firmley (Bristol merchant): [James P.] Wilkinson; Mr. Arthur Amery (of the Royal Academy of Music): Lyon; Mr. Dabbleton (attorney at law): [Edward R.] Wright; Ellen Firmley (daughter of Mr. Firmley): Miss E[llen] Chaplin; Lady Louisa Eastland (sister to Lord Starboard): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates

Reference Cast

Admiral Lord Starboard:
   Frederick H. Yates

Mr. Firmley: James P. Wilkinson
Mr. Arthur Amery: Lyon
Mr. Dabbleton: Edward R. Wright
Ellen Firmley: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin

Lady Louisa Eastland: Mrs.
   Frederick H. Yates


2) Norma (64)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 19 Feb 1842, next 22 Feb 1842

3) The Queen of Cyprus (18)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 19 Feb 1842, next 22 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (31 Jan 1842)

BUT Dandolo: George Wieland

Cast truncated in the source


22 Feb 1842
Tue eve
Adelphi
21 Feb 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (2)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 21 Feb 1842, next 23 Feb 1842

2) Norma (65)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 21 Feb 1842, next 23 Feb 1842

3) The Queen of Cyprus (19)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 21 Feb 1842, next 23 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (31 Jan 1842)

BUT Dandolo: George Wieland


23 Feb 1842
Wed eve
Adelphi
21 Feb 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (3)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 22 Feb 1842, next 24 Feb 1842

2) Norma (66)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 22 Feb 1842, next 24 Feb 1842

3) The Queen of Cyprus (20)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 22 Feb 1842, next 17 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (31 Jan 1842)

BUT Dandolo: George Wieland


24 Feb 1842
Thu eve
Adelphi
21 Feb 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (4)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 23 Feb 1842, next 25 Feb 1842

2) Norma (67)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 23 Feb 1842, next 25 Feb 1842

3) Jack Sheppard (7)

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, previous 19 Feb 1842, next 25 Feb 1842


25 Feb 1842
Fri eve
Adelphi
21 Feb 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (5)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 24 Feb 1842, next 26 Feb 1842

2) Norma (68)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 24 Feb 1842, next 26 Feb 1842

3) Jack Sheppard (8)

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, previous 24 Feb 1842, next 26 Feb 1842


26 Feb 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
21 Feb 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (6)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 25 Feb 1842, next 28 Feb 1842

2) Norma (69)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 25 Feb 1842, next 7 Mar 1842

3) Jack Sheppard (9)

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, previous 25 Feb 1842, next 28 Feb 1842


28 Feb 1842
Mon eve
Adelphi
28 Feb 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (7)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 26 Feb 1842, next 1 Mar 1842

2) Acis and Galatea (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Times has piece starting 24 Feb, but Nicoll and the bill disagree AU: [William H. Oxberry], CHOR: [Fred] Frampton

Performances first 28 Feb 1842, next 1 Mar 1842

Genre (burlesque) burletta; 1 act

First Night Cast

Cupid: [James P.] Wilkinson; Damon (shepherd): [John] Binge; Acis (shepherd boy): Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; Polyphemus (cyclops): Paul J. Bedford; attendant cyclopses: Johnson, Shaw; Galatea (sea nymph): [Edward R.] Wright; Nereides (attendants on Galatea): Mrs. Naylor, Miss Lee, Miss Fenton, Miss Bullen, Miss Massal, Miss Ballinger; Sicilian shepherds: Morgan, E. Morgan, [Frederick?] Smithson, Giffin, Fry, Thomson, Freeborn, Newcomb, Cross, Sampson, Green, Billings, Bannister, Watkins, Wollidge, Massano, Sweeting, Ward, Cleall, Mossgrove, Day, Goodwin, Charles, Francis, Barber, Robert Holmes, Richard Fulford, William Arnold, Jones, Jabos, Manley, Hugh Gray, Joshua Dickinson, Shand, [James] Hudson; shepherdesses: Mrs. Fosbroke, Mrs. Gower, Miss Mortimer, Miss Bailey, M? Moggeston, M? Sanders, Miss Williams, M? Jones, Miss Tomlinson, Miss Westbrook, Miss Follett, Miss O'Neil, Miss O'Brien, Miss Wiltshire, Miss Fenton, Miss Pareport, Miss Blanchard, Miss Turnour, Miss E. O'Neil, Miss Lightfoot, Miss E. Lightfoot, Miss Clifford, Miss Cranefield, Miss Hardwick, Miss Batty, Miss Thomas, Miss Connor, Miss Anthony, Miss Denton, Miss Baptist, Miss Simmons, Miss Harrison, Miss M'Guinness, Miss Dickinson

Cast Comment The bill lists Hugh, Gray, William, Arnold, Joshua and Dickinson as separate names, but it is possible first and surnames were mistakenly divided by commas. It is possible Charles and Francis are first and last names of the same individual, but we cannot be certain. Billings spelled Billing.

Reference Cast

Cupid: James P. Wilkinson
Damon: John Binge
Acis: Mrs. Henry P. Grattan
Polyphemus: Paul J. Bedford
attendant cyclopses:
   Johnson
   Shaw
Galatea: Edward R. Wright
Nereides:
   Mrs. Naylor
   Miss Lee
   Miss Fenton
   Miss Bullen
   Miss Massal
   Miss Ballinger
Sicilian shepherds:
   Morgan
   E. Morgan
   Frederick? Smithson
   Giffin
   Fry
   Thomson
   Freeborn
   Newcomb
   Cross
   Sampson
   Green
   Billings
   Bannister
   Watkins
   Wollidge
   Massano
   Sweeting
   Ward
   Cleall
   Mossgrove
   Day
   Goodwin
   Charles
   Francis
   Barber
   Robert Holmes
   Richard Fulford
   William Arnold
   Jones
   Jabos
   Manley
   Hugh Gray
   Joshua Dickinson
   Shand
   James Hudson
shepherdesses:
   Mrs. Fosbroke
   Mrs. Gower
   Miss Mortimer
   Miss Bailey
   M? Moggeston
   M? Sanders
   Miss Williams
   M? Jones
   Miss Tomlinson
   Miss Westbrook
   Miss Follett
   Miss O'Neil
   Miss O'Brien
   Miss Wiltshire
   Miss Fenton
   Miss Pareport
   Miss Blanchard
   Miss Turnour
   Miss E. O'Neil
   Miss Lightfoot
   Miss E. Lightfoot
   Miss Clifford
   Miss Cranefield
   Miss Hardwick
   Miss Batty
   Miss Thomas
   Miss Connor
   Miss Anthony
   Miss Denton
   Miss Baptist
   Miss Simmons
   Miss Harrison
   Miss M'Guinness
   Miss Dickinson

"Choruses under direction of Mr. Morgan" (bill)

3) Jack Sheppard (10)

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, previous 26 Feb 1842, next 1 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (14 Feb 1842)

BUT Shotbolt: Dixon


1 Mar 1842
Tue eve
Adelphi
28 Feb 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (8)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 28 Feb 1842, next 2 Mar 1842

2) Acis and Galatea (2)

Performances first 28 Feb 1842, previous 28 Feb 1842, next 2 Mar 1842

3) Jack Sheppard (11)

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, previous 28 Feb 1842, next 2 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (14 Feb 1842)

BUT Shotbolt: Dixon


2 Mar 1842
Wed eve
Adelphi
28 Feb 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (9)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 1 Mar 1842, next 3 Mar 1842

2) Acis and Galatea (3)

Performances first 28 Feb 1842, previous 1 Mar 1842, next 3 Mar 1842

3) Jack Sheppard (12)

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, previous 1 Mar 1842, next 3 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (14 Feb 1842)

BUT Shotbolt: Dixon


3 Mar 1842
Thu eve
Adelphi
28 Feb 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (10)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 2 Mar 1842, next 4 Mar 1842

2) Acis and Galatea (4)

Performances first 28 Feb 1842, previous 2 Mar 1842, next 4 Mar 1842

3) Jack Sheppard (13)

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, previous 2 Mar 1842, next 4 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (14 Feb 1842)

BUT Shotbolt: Dixon


4 Mar 1842
Fri eve
Adelphi
28 Feb 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (11)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 3 Mar 1842, next 5 Mar 1842

2) Acis and Galatea (5)

Performances first 28 Feb 1842, previous 3 Mar 1842, next 5 Mar 1842

3) Jack Sheppard (14)

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, previous 3 Mar 1842, next 5 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (14 Feb 1842)

BUT Shotbolt: Dixon


5 Mar 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
28 Feb 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (12)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 4 Mar 1842, next 7 Mar 1842

2) Acis and Galatea (6)

Performances first 28 Feb 1842, previous 4 Mar 1842

3) Jack Sheppard (15)

Performances first 14 Feb 1842, previous 4 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (14 Feb 1842)

BUT Shotbolt: Dixon


7 Mar 1842
Mon eve
Adelphi
7 Mar 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (13)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 5 Mar 1842, next 8 Mar 1842

2) Norma (70)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 26 Feb 1842, next 8 Mar 1842

3) Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (1)

Title Comment not acted in 8 years AU: [William T. Moncrieff]

Performances first 7 Mar 1842, next 8 Mar 1842

Genre (farce) the Adelphi celebrated extravaganza of fun, frolic, fashion, and flash

First Night Cast

Corinthian Tom: Lyon; Jerry Hawthorn: Paul J. Bedford; Bob Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson; Sylvester Daggerwood: [Frederick H.] Yates; Jemmy Green: [Edward R.] Wright; Dusty Bob: [George] Wieland; Squire Hawthorn: [William] Cullenford; Hon. Dick Trifle: [John] Binge; Primefit: Forde; Regular: Freeborn; Tattersal: Dixon; Gull'em: [John] Sanders; Cape: Morgan; Jenkins: [Frederick?] Smithson; Little Jemmy: George; O'Boozle: J. Morgan; Billy Waters: F. Butler; African Sal: [John] Sanders; lawyer: Giffin; Corinthian Kate (otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Bragg, otherwise Nan, the Match Girl): Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; Sue (otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery): Miss E. Terrey; Jane (otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal, the pretty beggar): Mrs. Naylor; Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Fosbroke

Reference Cast

Corinthian Tom: Lyon
Jerry Hawthorn: Paul J. Bedford
Bob Logic: James P. Wilkinson
Sylvester Daggerwood: Frederick
   H. Yates

Jemmy Green: Edward R. Wright
Dusty Bob: George Wieland
Squire Hawthorn: William
   Cullenford

Hon. Dick Trifle: John Binge
Primefit: Forde
Regular: Freeborn
Tattersal: Dixon
Gull'em: John Sanders
Cape: Morgan
Jenkins: Frederick? Smithson
Little Jemmy: George
O'Boozle: J. Morgan
Billy Waters: F. Butler
African Sal: John Sanders
lawyer: Giffin
Corinthian Kate: Mrs. Henry P.
   Grattan

Sue: Miss E. Terrey
Jane: Mrs. Naylor
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Fosbroke
Ragged Jack: Shaw

(dII,iv) pas de deux: [George] Wieland (in character), [John] Sanders (in character); (dIII,iii) sylph pas seul (a la Taglioni): [George] Wieland

(dIII,ii) imitations: "Recollections and imitations of [actors of] the London Stage", [Frederick H.] Yates (as Sylvester Daggerwood)

I,i sportsman's cabinet at Hawthorn Hall; I,ii Sue's residence in Hawthorn Village; I,iii drawing room of a female Corinthian; I,iv chaffing crib in Corinthian House; I,v street in town; I,vi interior of Tattersall's; I,v the way to Almack's; II,i Temple Bar; II,ii Fleet Street; II,iii interior of watch house; II,iv back slums in the Holy Land; III,i interior of Logic's chamber in the Albany; III,ii outside of Wright's, Opera Colonnade


8 Mar 1842
Tue eve
Adelphi
7 Mar 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (14)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 7 Mar 1842, next 9 Mar 1842

2) Norma (71)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 7 Mar 1842, next 9 Mar 1842

3) Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (2)

Performances first 7 Mar 1842, previous 7 Mar 1842, next 9 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (7 Mar 1842)

OMITS Ragged Jack: Shaw


9 Mar 1842
Wed eve
Adelphi
7 Mar 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (15)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 8 Mar 1842, next 10 Mar 1842

2) Norma (72)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 8 Mar 1842, next 10 Mar 1842

3) Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (3)

Performances first 7 Mar 1842, previous 8 Mar 1842, next 10 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (7 Mar 1842)

OMITS Ragged Jack: Shaw


10 Mar 1842
Thu eve
Adelphi
7 Mar 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (16)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 9 Mar 1842, next 11 Mar 1842

2) Norma (73)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 9 Mar 1842, next 11 Mar 1842

3) Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (4)

Performances first 7 Mar 1842, previous 9 Mar 1842, next 11 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (7 Mar 1842)

OMITS Ragged Jack: Shaw


11 Mar 1842
Fri eve
Adelphi
7 Mar 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (17)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 10 Mar 1842, next 12 Mar 1842

2) Norma (74)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 10 Mar 1842, next 12 Mar 1842

3) Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (5)

Performances first 7 Mar 1842, previous 10 Mar 1842, next 12 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (7 Mar 1842)

OMITS Ragged Jack: Shaw


12 Mar 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
7 Mar 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (18)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 11 Mar 1842, next 14 Mar 1842

2) Norma (75)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 11 Mar 1842, next 14 Mar 1842

3) Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (6)

Performances first 7 Mar 1842, previous 11 Mar 1842, next 14 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (7 Mar 1842)

OMITS Ragged Jack: Shaw


14 Mar 1842
Mon eve
Adelphi
14 Mar 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (19)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 12 Mar 1842, next 15 Mar 1842

2) Norma (76)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 12 Mar 1842, next 15 Mar 1842

3) Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (7)

Performances first 7 Mar 1842, previous 12 Mar 1842, next 15 Mar 1842


15 Mar 1842
Tue eve
Adelphi
14 Mar 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (20)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 14 Mar 1842, next 16 Mar 1842

2) Norma (77)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 14 Mar 1842, next 16 Mar 1842

3) Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (8)

Performances first 7 Mar 1842, previous 14 Mar 1842, next 16 Mar 1842


16 Mar 1842
Wed eve
Adelphi
14 Mar 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Breach of Promise of Marriage (21)

Performances first 21 Feb 1842, previous 15 Mar 1842

2) Norma (78)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 15 Mar 1842, next 18 Mar 1842

3) Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (9)

Performances first 7 Mar 1842, previous 15 Mar 1842, next 18 Mar 1842


17 Mar 1842
Thu eve
Adelphi
17 Mar 1842
bill
DFo

Source Comment Variant Folger bill gives Tom and Jerry as third piece Special Performance Benefit: Mrs. Frederick H. Yates

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (1)

AU: [John B.] Buckstone

Performances first 17 Mar 1842, next 19 Mar 1842

Genre (melodrama)

First Night Cast

Miles Bertram (Squire of Moatley): [Frederick H.] Yates; Walter Bernard (young farmer): Lyon; Captain Grampus (a smuggler): O. Smith (his original character); Marmaduke Magog (parish constable): Paul J. Bedford; Jemmy Starling (farmer's boy): [Edward R.] Wright; William: Shaw; Andrew Phipps: [John] Sanders; Thomas: Giffin; Harry: Henry; lieutenant of pressgang: [Frederick?] Smithson; Hiram Taylor: Butler; pressgang, labourers: Unlisted; Alice (a bridemaide): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates (her original character); Bella (Alice's sister): Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; Lucy: Mrs. Naylor; Mrs. Starling: Miss Fenton; Dame Barnard: Mrs. Gower; Blackadder (pirate): [George] Maynard pirates Avory: Morgan; Culverdine: J. Morgan; Barbelot: [John] Sanders Gaffer Fallowfield: Butler

Reference Cast

Miles Bertram: Frederick H.
   Yates

Walter Bernard: Lyon
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog: Paul J.
   Bedford

Jemmy Starling: Edward R.
   Wright

William: Shaw
Andrew Phipps: John Sanders
Thomas: Giffin
Harry: Henry
lieutenant of pressgang:
   Frederick? Smithson
Hiram Taylor: Butler
pressgang, labourers: Unlisted
Alice: Mrs. Frederick H. Yates
Bella: Mrs. Henry P. Grattan
Lucy: Mrs. Naylor
Mrs. Starling: Miss Fenton
Dame Barnard: Mrs. Gower
Blackadder: George Maynard
Avory: Morgan
Culverdine: J. Morgan
Barbelot: John Sanders
Gaffer Fallowfield: Butler

I [winter] I,i farm yard on the Essex marshes; I,ii room in Moatley Manor; II [summer] II,i the farm yard; II,ii the interior of a cottage; II,iii old hall in Moatley Manor

2) Black-Eyed Susan; or, All in the Downs (1)

AU: Douglas W. Jerrold

Performances first 17 Mar 1842

Genre (melodrama) favorite nautical drama

First Night Cast

Admiral: [George] Maynard; Captain Crosstree: Smith; Quid (bosun): Morgan; Seaweed: J. Morgan; Ploughshare: [John] Sanders; Hatchet: Dixon; Raker: [Frederick?] Smithson; Lieutenant Pike: Freeborn; Blue Peter: [John] Binge; William: T[homas] P. Cooke; Gnatbrain: [James P.] Wilkinson; Jacob Twig: [Edward R.] Wright; Doggrass: [William] Cullenford; Black-Eyed Susan: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Dolly Mayflower: Miss E. Terrey

Cast Comment Cast supplemented from variant DFo bill

Reference Cast

Admiral: George Maynard
Captain Crosstree: Smith
Quid: Morgan
Seaweed: J. Morgan
Ploughshare: John Sanders
Hatchet: Dixon
Raker: Frederick? Smithson
Lieutenant Pike: Freeborn
Blue Peter: John Binge
William: Thomas P. Cooke
Gnatbrain: James P. Wilkinson
Jacob Twig: Edward R. Wright
Doggrass: William Cullenford
Black-Eyed Susan: Mrs. Frederick
   H. Yates

Dolly Mayflower: Miss E. Terrey

"All in the Downs the Fleet Was Moored", [John] Binge (in character); parody: "Bound 'Prentice to a Waterman", T[homas] P. Cooke (in character)

double hornpipe: T[homas] P. Cooke, Mrs. Naylor

Funeral procession along the gangway

I street in the town of Deal; I,ii Black-Eyed Susan's cottage; I,iii view in the Downs; I,iv cottage of Susan; II,i street in Deal; II,ii state cabin; II,iii between decks; II,iv view of the forecastle with the scaffold rigged out

3) The Queen of Cyprus (21)

Performances first 31 Jan 1842, previous 23 Feb 1842

Cast as reference cast (31 Jan 1842)

BUT Dandolo: George Wieland
Catarina Cornaro: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

Cast truncated in the source

General Non-Title Information

children's dance: Miss E. Frampton; -pupils of Frampton; dance in honor of St. Patrick's Day; -pupils of Frampton

imitations: "Recollections and Imitations of [actors on] the London Stage", [Frederick H.] Yates


18 Mar 1842
Fri eve
Adelphi
18 Mar 1842
bill
DFo

Special Performance Benefit: Paul J. Bedford

1) Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (1)

AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 18 Mar 1842

Genre (drama) admired and popular burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Alexandre (roue, aged thirty-five--horse dealer, aged forty--escaped convict, aged sixty): [Frederick H.] Yates; Michael (journeyman upholsterer, aged twenty-one--foreman to an upholsterer, aged twenty-six--national guard captain, aged forty-six): Lyon; Victorine (embroideress, aged nineteen--Madame St. Victor, aged twenty-four, lodging house keeper, aged forty-four): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Elise (semptress, aged twenty--Mme. le Baronne Elise, aged twenty-five, vendor of oranges, aged forty-five): Miss E. Terrey; Justine (femme de chambre to Mme. st. Victor): Mrs. Naylor; Mr. Bonassus (jeweller, aged thirty-five--widower, aged fifty-five): Paul J. Bedford; Blaise (Bonassus' man, aged twenty--Bonassus' valet, aged forty): [Edward R.] Wright; Macaire (friend of M. de St. Alexandre): [John] Sanders; Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Fosbroke; Caesar Chanteloupe (Alexandre's companion): O. Smith; Bernard (silversmith): Dixon; officer: Morgan; second officer: [Frederick?] Smithson; Sophie: Miss A. Lee

Reference Cast

Alexandre: Frederick H. Yates
Michael: Lyon
Victorine: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Elise: Miss E. Terrey
Justine: Mrs. Naylor
Mr. Bonassus: Paul J. Bedford
Blaise: Edward R. Wright
Macaire: John Sanders
Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Fosbroke
Caesar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
Bernard: Dixon
officer: Morgan
second officer: Frederick?
   Smithson

Sophie: Miss A. Lee

I,i mansarde of Victorine in the Rue St. Honore; II [five years later] II,i splendid apartments in the palace of the Duke de [Blank]; II,ii apartments in the house of Mr. Bonnassus; III [twenty years later] III,i room in a ci-devant gambling house; III,ii Notre Dame at night; III,iii Rue de Temple

2) Norma (79)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 16 Mar 1842, next 19 Mar 1842

3) Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (10)

Performances first 7 Mar 1842, previous 16 Mar 1842, next 19 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (7 Mar 1842)

BUT Corinthian Kate: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

OMITS Sylvester Daggerwood:
  Frederick H. Yates

General Non-Title Information

"Jolly Nose", Paul J. Bedford; finale: "Nix My Dolly, Pals, Fake Away", Paul J. Bedford, Mrs. H[enry] P. Grattan; Irish ballad (from Echoes of the Lakes): "Kathleen Mavoureen" [F. Nicholls Crouch], F. Nicholls Crouch; Irish ballad (from Echoes of the Lakes): "Dermot Astore" [F. Nicholls Crouch], F. Nicholls Crouch


19 Mar 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
19 Mar 1842
bill
DFo

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (2)

Performances first 17 Mar 1842, previous 17 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (17 Mar 1842)

BUT Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: Dixon
Bella: Miss Ellen Chaplin

2) Norma (80)

Performances first 6 Dec 1841, previous 18 Mar 1842

3) Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (11)

Performances first 7 Mar 1842, previous 18 Mar 1842

Cast as reference cast (7 Mar 1842)

BUT Corinthian Kate: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

OMITS Sylvester Daggerwood:
  Frederick H. Yates

General Non-Title Information

solo (from Anna Bolena): "Vivi Tu" [[Vincenzo] Bellini], Baker (cornet a piston)

Last night of the regular season

Farewell address: [Frederick H.] Yates


21 Mar 1842
Mon eve
Adelphi
21 Mar 1842
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: C. H. Adams' Astronomy Lectures


22 Mar 1842
Tue eve
Adelphi
22 Mar 1842
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: C. H. Adams' Astronomy Lectures


23 Mar 1842
Wed eve
Adelphi
23 Mar 1842
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: C. H. Adams' Astronomy Lectures


24 Mar 1842
Thu eve
Adelphi
24 Mar 1842
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: C. H. Adams' Astronomy Lectures


25 Mar 1842
Fri eve
Adelphi

DARK: Good Friday


26 Mar 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
26 Mar 1842
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: C. H. Adams' Astronomy Lectures


28 Mar 1842
Mon eve
Adelphi
28 Mar 1842
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: C. H. Adams' Astronomy Lectures


29 Mar 1842
Tue eve
Adelphi
29 Mar 1842
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: C. H. Adams' Astronomy Lectures


30 Mar 1842
Wed eve
Adelphi
30 Mar 1842
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: C. H. Adams' Astronomy Lectures


31 Mar 1842
Thu eve
Adelphi
31 Mar 1842
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: C. H. Adams' Astronomy Lectures


1 Apr 1842
Fri eve
Adelphi
1 Apr 1842
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: C. H. Adams' Astronomy Lectures


2 Apr 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
1 Apr 1842
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: C. H. Adams' Astronomy Lectures


11 Apr 1842
Mon eve
Adelphi
11 Apr 1842
bill
LTM

Special Performance Post-Seasonal Entertainment: Young, the Magician

1) Maggie Lawder (1)

CHOR: Fred. Frampton

Performances first 11 Apr 1842, next 12 Apr 1842

Genre (ballet) juvenile comic ballet of action

First Night Cast

Rob, the Ranter (in love with Maggie): Master Forrest; Squire Mucklesiller (in love with Maggie): Master [R. H.?] Kitchen; Parson Stiff: Master Flaws; Tit (the Squire's bottle holder): Master Webb; Maggie Lawder: Miss Greenland; Mause (Maggie's mother, fond of a drop): Master Cormack; Gipsy: Miss O. Phillips; Rose: Miss Lancaster; Jenny: Miss Lash; Amy: Miss Phillips

Reference Cast

Rob, the Ranter: Master Forrest
Squire Mucklesiller: Master R.
   H.? Kitchen

Parson Stiff: Master Flaws
Tit: Master Webb
Maggie Lawder: Miss Greenland
Mause: Master Cormack
Gipsy: Miss O. Phillips
Rose: Miss Lancaster
Jenny: Miss Lash
Amy: Miss Phillips

pas de trois: Miss Greenland, Miss O. Phillips, Master Forrest; comic dance: Master Cormack, Master [R. H.?] Kitchen, Master Flaws; grotesque pas seul: Master Webb; grand finale: Miss Greenland, Miss Lancaster, Miss C. Phillips, Miss Lash, Miss D. Phillips, Master Cormack, Master Webb, Master [R. H.?] Kitchen, Master Flaws

General Non-Title Information

pianoforte: "Fantasia On Airs from the Opera of La Donna del Lago" [[Sigismond] Thalberg], Miss Fanny Wildgoose Miss Fanny Wildgoose pupil of Madame Dulcken and The Royal Academy

duet (from Norma): Miss Eliza Farrell, Miss Pitt; comic song: "Wanted a Wife", Trenklee Miss Pitt and Miss Ford pupils of Mr. Lejeune

original dance: "The Mazureck" [Frampton], Miss Louisa Waite; pas de Chinois: Master Cormack; hornpipe: Master Flaws, Master Webb, Master [R. H.?] Kitchen, Miss Lancaster, Miss C. Phillips, Miss Greenland

Card tricks, pulling items out of a hat, "unlucky umbrella," Union Jack will be transformed, "telescope of Scostes," "restoration of time" (through ocular and logical demonstration)


12 Apr 1842
Tue eve
Adelphi
11 Apr 1842
bill
LTM

Special Performance Post-Seasonal Entertainment: Young, the Magician

1) Maggie Lawder (2)

Performances first 11 Apr 1842, previous 11 Apr 1842, next 13 Apr 1842


13 Apr 1842
Wed eve
Adelphi
11 Apr 1842
bill
LTM

Special Performance Post-Seasonal Entertainment: Young, the Magician

1) Maggie Lawder (3)

Performances first 11 Apr 1842, previous 12 Apr 1842, next 14 Apr 1842


14 Apr 1842
Thu eve
Adelphi
11 Apr 1842
bill
LTM

Special Performance Post-Seasonal Entertainment: Young, the Magician

1) Maggie Lawder (4)

Performances first 11 Apr 1842, previous 13 Apr 1842, next 15 Apr 1842


15 Apr 1842
Fri eve
Adelphi
11 Apr 1842
bill
LTM

Special Performance Post-Seasonal Entertainment: Young, the Magician

1) Maggie Lawder (5)

Performances first 11 Apr 1842, previous 14 Apr 1842, next 16 Apr 1842


16 Apr 1842
Sat eve
Adelphi
11 Apr 1842
bill
LTM

Special Performance Post-Seasonal Entertainment: Young, the Magician

1) Maggie Lawder (6)

Performances first 11 Apr 1842, previous 15 Apr 1842

Theatre Information

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Doors open 6:30, curtain 7:00, half price 8:30.

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

Seasonal Dates

4 October 1841 - 16 April 1842 158 performances: 158 evening

Benefit (2): Mrs. Frederick H. Yates (17 Mar 1842)
Paul J. Bedford (18 Mar 1842)
Dark (4): Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1841)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1841)
Ash Wednesday (9 Feb 1842)
Good Friday (25 Mar 1842)
Juvenile (1): Young People's Night (27 Jan 1842)
Lent (11): C. H. Adams' Astronomy Lectures (21 Mar 1842, 22 Mar 1842, 23 Mar 1842, 24 Mar 1842, 26 Mar 1842, 28 Mar 1842, 29 Mar 1842, 30 Mar 1842, 31 Mar 1842, 1 Apr 1842, 2 Apr 1842)
Post-Seasonal Entertainment (6): Young, the Magician (11 Apr 1842, 12 Apr 1842, 13 Apr 1842, 14 Apr 1842, 15 Apr 1842, 16 Apr 1842)

Theatre Management And Functionaries

Authors

Beazley, Samuel, Jr. Queen of Cyprus, The (31 Jan 1842)
Beazley,, Samuel, Jr. Maid of Honour, The (25 Oct 1841)
Buckstone, John B. Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842)
Victorine (18 Mar 1842)
Wreck Ashore, The (17 Mar 1842)
Coyne, Joseph S. Dobson and Co. (1 Nov 1841)
Dubois Deeds of Dreadful Note! (4 Oct 1841)
Jerrold, Douglas W. Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842)
Lee, Nelson Little Old Woman and Her Pig, The (27 Dec 1841)
Moncrieff, William T. Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842)
Oxberry, William H. Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842)
Norma (6 Dec 1841)
Pardoe, Miss Julia S. Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841)
Breach of Promise of Marriage, The (21 Feb 1842)
Peake, Richard B. Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841)
Stirling, Edward Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841)
Unknown Beggar's Opera Burlesqued, The (4 Oct 1841)
Cocorico! (11 Oct 1841)
Hexen am Rhein, Die (4 Oct 1841)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Bellini, Vincenzo Norma (6 Dec 1841)
Callcott, William H. Little Old Woman and Her Pig, The (27 Dec 1841)
Rodwell, George H. Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841)
Hexen am Rhein, Die (4 Oct 1841)
Queen of Cyprus, The (31 Jan 1842)
Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841)

Choreographers

Frampton, Fred Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842)
Frampton, Fred. Maggie Lawder (11 Apr 1842)

Actors

Amersham

special jury (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Ansterly

special jury (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Arnold, William

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Gaulish chiefs (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Bannister

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); retainers of Cornaro (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842)

Barber

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Gaulish chiefs (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Beale

witch men (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); pages (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842); druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Bedford, Paul J.

Polyphemus (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Varden (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Polly (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (4 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841); Fanfarron (18) in Cocorico! (11 Oct 1841 - 30 Oct 1841); Zabaren (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Joe Blueskin (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Norma (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); Bolboglio (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Bob Huckaback (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Jerry Hawthorn (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); Mr. Bonassus (1) in Victorine (18 Mar 1842); Marmaduke Magog (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Bennett

the sisters three (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Billings

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Binge, John

Damon (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Mr. Edward Chester (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Lucy (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (4 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841); Blue Peter (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842); Edward Stanley (12) in Dobson and Co. (1 Nov 1841 - 13 Nov 1841); Julio Salvador (48) in Hexen am Rhein (25 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Erebus (18) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 15 Jan 1842); Mr. Delamere (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Hon. Dick Trifle (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Black

druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Brown

funny witches (6) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 9 Oct 1841); druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Butler

gamblers (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); Tom Cobb (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); policemen (6) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (4 Oct 1841 - 9 Oct 1841); funny witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); officer of the court (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Hiram Taylor (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); Gaffer Fallowfield (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Butler, F.

Mr. Stagg (18) in Barnaby Rudge (3 Jan 1842 - 22 Jan 1842); Billy Waters (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Chaplin, W.

Julio Salvador (18) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841)

Charles

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Cleall

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Cooke, Thomas P.

William (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842)

Cormack, Master

Lilliputian Pierrot (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Mause (6) in Maggie Lawder (11 Apr 1842 - 16 Apr 1842); Sir Henry Oldfield (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Cross

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Cullenford, William

Dennis (10) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 1 Jan 1842); Sir John Chester (18) in Barnaby Rudge (3 Jan 1842 - 22 Jan 1842); Doggrass (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842); Stuffem (6) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (4 Oct 1841 - 9 Oct 1841); Mr. William Kneebone (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Andrea Cornaro (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Mr. Runnington (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Squire Hawthorn (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Davies

Gaulish chiefs (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Day

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

De Beaufort

special jury (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Dickinson, Joshua

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Dicks

druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Dixon

Hatchet (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842); Shotbolt (6) in Jack Sheppard (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); Tattersal (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); Bernard (1) in Victorine (18 Mar 1842); Walter Bernard (1) in Wreck Ashore (19 Mar 1842)

Dunstanville

special jury (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Effingham

special jury (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Ellar, Thomas

funny witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841)

Fitzherbert

special jury (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Flaws, Master

Lilliputian Pantaloon (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Parson Stiff (6) in Maggie Lawder (11 Apr 1842 - 16 Apr 1842)

Forde

Quilt Arnold (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); spirit from the Emerald Isle (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); page to Andrea (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); O'Toole (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Primefit (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Forde, Master

Wilhelm (6) in Hexen am Rhein (25 Oct 1841 - 30 Oct 1841)

Forde, Spencer

Henrico (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842)

Forrest, Master

Harlequin, Lilliputian (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Rob, the Ranter (6) in Maggie Lawder (11 Apr 1842 - 16 Apr 1842); Lord Charles Berton (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Frampton, Fred

Orlando (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Harlequin (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842)

Francis

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Freeborn

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Narcissus (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); Lord George Gordon (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Lieutenant Pike (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842); Grab'em (6) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (4 Oct 1841 - 9 Oct 1841); Count Koenigsmark (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Sir James Thornhill (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Erebus (18) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (17 Jan 1842 - 5 Feb 1842); Chevalier St. George (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842); guests of Cornaro (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Jenkins (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Regular (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Fry

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); retainers of Cornaro (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842)

Fulford, Richard

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Gaulish chiefs (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Genge

servant to Darcourt (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); witch men (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); pages (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842); druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); Oxdale (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

George

druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); Little Jemmy (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Giffin

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); gamblers (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); Daisy (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Mrs. Coaxer (6) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (11 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841); Nigard (18) in Cocorico! (11 Oct 1841 - 30 Oct 1841); witch men (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); retainers of Cornaro (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Snap (27) in Ten Thousand a Year (6 Dec 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); 2d barrister (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); lawyer (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); Thomas (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Godolphin

special jury (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Goodwin

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Gray, Hugh

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Green

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); retainers of Cornaro (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842)

Harley

special jury (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Harrison

druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Harry

druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Henry

servant to St. Aubin (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); Peake (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); porters (6) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (4 Oct 1841 - 9 Oct 1841); guests of Cornaro (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Tiddle (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Harry (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Holmes, Robert

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Hudson, James

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Jabos

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Jacks

Twirl (6) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 20 Nov 1841)

Jenkins

druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Jernyngham

special jury (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Johns

druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Johnson

attendant cyclopses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); the sisters three (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); His Imps (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); Lord Widdrington (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Jones

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Gaulish chiefs (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); footman to Mr. Aubrey (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

King

Mrs. Coaxer (6) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (4 Oct 1841 - 9 Oct 1841); funny witches (6) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 9 Oct 1841)

Kitchen, Master R. H.?

Squire Mucklesiller (6) in Maggie Lawder (11 Apr 1842 - 16 Apr 1842)

Knight

funny witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841)

Lyon

St. Aubin (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); The Stranger (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Mr. Arthur Amery (21) in Breach of Promise of Marriage (21 Feb 1842 - 16 Mar 1842); Ottotarinacar (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Jonathan Wild (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Gerard de Courcy (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Gammon (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Corinthian Tom (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); Michael (1) in Victorine (18 Mar 1842); Miles Bertram (1) in Wreck Ashore (19 Mar 1842); Walter Bernard (1) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842)

Manley

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Massano

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); pages of Cornaro (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842)

Maynard, George

croupier (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); Mr. Haredale (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Admiral (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842); Duke Rudolph (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Sir Rowland Trenchard (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Moncenigo (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Charles Aubrey, Esq. (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Blackadder (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Morgan

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Delville (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); Joe Willet (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Quid (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842); Jobard (18) in Cocorico! (11 Oct 1841 - 30 Oct 1841); witch men (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Thames Darrell (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); members of the Cortez (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842); druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); retainers of Cornaro (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); 1st barrister (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Cape (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); officer (1) in Victorine (18 Mar 1842); Avory (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Morgan, C.

Marquis Santa Bella (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842)

Morgan, E.

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); witch men (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); retainers of Cornaro (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Lord de la Zouch (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Morgan, J.

Seaweed (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842); O'Boozle (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); Culverdine (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Mossgrove

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Newcomb

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Nichols

druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Paulo, James

funny witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841)

Sampson

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Sanders, John

advocate (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); Mr. Stagg (10) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 1 Jan 1842); Dennis (18) in Barnaby Rudge (3 Jan 1842 - 22 Jan 1842); Jenny Diver (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (4 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841); Ploughshare (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842); captain of archers (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Abram Mendez (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Sir Juniper Cut-em-off (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Pantaloon (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); usher of the palace (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842); Tagrag (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Twirl (39) in Ten Thousand a Year (22 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Gull'em (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); African Sal (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); Macaire (1) in Victorine (18 Mar 1842); Andrew Phipps (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); Barbelot (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Selby, Charles

pages of Cornaro (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842)

Shand

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Gaulish chiefs (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Shaw

attendant cyclopses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); gamblers (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); Phil. Parkes (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Lanky Jack (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); constable (18) in Cocorico! (11 Oct 1841 - 30 Oct 1841); policemen (6) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (4 Oct 1841 - 9 Oct 1841); the sisters three (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); His Imps (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); crier of the court (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Ragged Jack (5) in Tom and Jerry (14 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); William (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Slade

Gaulish chiefs (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Smith

Captain Crosstree (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842); His Imps (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Gaulish chiefs (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Smith, O.

Doligny (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); Hugh (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Herman Salvador (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Caesar Chanteloupe (1) in Victorine (18 Mar 1842); Captain Grampus (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Smithson, Frederick?

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Commissary of Police (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); Gashford (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Raker (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842); witch men (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Gay (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); members of the Cortez (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842); druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); retainers of Cornaro (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Mr. Parkinson (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Jenkins (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); second officer (1) in Victorine (18 Mar 1842); lieutenant of pressgang (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

St. Aubin

special jury (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

St. Clair

special jury (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Stent

druids, bards (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Sweeting

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Thomson

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Tresylian

special jury (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Ward

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Watkins

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Webb, Master

Lilliputian Clown (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Tit (6) in Maggie Lawder (11 Apr 1842 - 16 Apr 1842); Charles (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Wieland, George

The Devil's Ape (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); The Spirit Oberkin (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Little Old Woman (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Clown (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Dandolo (4) in Queen of Cyprus (21 Feb 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Snap (18) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 4 Dec 1841); Dusty Bob (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Wilkinson, James P.

Cupid (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); John Willet (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Gnatbrain (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842); Mr. Firmley (21) in Breach of Promise of Marriage (21 Feb 1842 - 16 Mar 1842); Fright (6) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (4 Oct 1841 - 9 Oct 1841); Pestle (12) in Dobson and Co. (1 Nov 1841 - 13 Nov 1841); Gabor (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Owen Wood (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Quirk (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Bob Logic (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Wills

porters (6) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (4 Oct 1841 - 9 Oct 1841)

Wollidge

Sicilian shepherds (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); retainers of Cornaro (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842)

Wright, Edward R.

Galatea (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Honorable Thomas Tomkins (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); Simon Tappertit (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Mrs. Peachum (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (4 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841); Jacob Twig (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842); Mr. Dabbleton (21) in Breach of Promise of Marriage (21 Feb 1842 - 16 Mar 1842); Bailli (18) in Cocorico! (11 Oct 1841 - 30 Oct 1841); Tremor (6) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (4 Oct 1841 - 9 Oct 1841); Mr. Dobson (12) in Dobson and Co. (1 Nov 1841 - 13 Nov 1841); Wolfstein (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Shotbolt (9) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 26 Feb 1842); Adalgisa (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); Dandolo (17) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 19 Feb 1842); Tittlebat Titmouse (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Jemmy Green (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); Blaise (1) in Victorine (18 Mar 1842); Jemmy Starling (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Wylde

special jury (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Yates, Frederick H.

Darcourt (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); Miggs (10) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 1 Jan 1842); Sir John Chester (10) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 1 Jan 1842); Admiral Lord Starboard (21) in Breach of Promise of Marriage (21 Feb 1842 - 16 Mar 1842); Count Ollivarez (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842); Sylvester Daggerwood (9) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 16 Mar 1842); Alexandre (1) in Victorine (18 Mar 1842); Miles Bertram (1) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842)

Actresses

Anthony, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Bailey, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Ben Budge (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (4 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841); witch women (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); croaking witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); fairies (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Ballinger, Miss

Nereides (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); fairies (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); jolly young tars and spritely lasses (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); Bridal train (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842)

Ballinger, Miss E.

fairies (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842)

Baptist, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Barnett, Miss

pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); court milliners (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842)

Batty, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Blanchard, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); jolly young tars and spritely lasses (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842)

Bodmin, Miss Rosa

pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841)

Brown, Mrs.

druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Bullen, Miss

Nereides (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Cecilia (12) in Dobson and Co. (1 Nov 1841 - 13 Nov 1841); pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Edgeworth Bess (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Rosebud (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Columbine (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); court milliners (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842); Bridesmaids (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842)

Chaplin, Miss Ellen

Barnaby Rudge (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Ellen Firmley (21) in Breach of Promise of Marriage (21 Feb 1842 - 16 Mar 1842); Wilhelm (60) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Felicia (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842); Catarina Cornaro (1) in Queen of Cyprus (17 Mar 1842); Kate Aubrey (39) in Ten Thousand a Year (22 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Corinthian Kate (2) in Tom and Jerry (18 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); Bella (1) in Wreck Ashore (19 Mar 1842)

Clifford, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); fairies (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842)

Connor, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Cranefield, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Denton, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Dickinson, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Ellis, Miss

druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Fenton, Miss

Nereides (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); fairies (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); jolly young tars and spritely lasses (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); Bridal train (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Mrs. Starling (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Follett, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Fosbroke, Mrs.

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Peachum (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (4 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841); witch women (12) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841); Ida of Idenheim (54) in Hexen am Rhein (18 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); croaking witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Mrs. Wood (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Duchess of Albafurez (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842); Oroveso (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); Juanna (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Lady de la Zouch (24) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 11 Dec 1841); Mrs. Tartar (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); Mrs. Bonassus (1) in Victorine (18 Mar 1842)

Frampton, Miss

druidesses (6) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 11 Dec 1841)

Frampton, Miss E.

Agnes (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Fulford, M?

druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Genge, M?

druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Gower, Mrs.

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Miggs (18) in Barnaby Rudge (3 Jan 1842 - 22 Jan 1842); Robin of Bagshot (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (4 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841); Mrs. Harvey (12) in Dobson and Co. (1 Nov 1841 - 13 Nov 1841); witch women (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); croaking witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Sally (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Luna (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); Mrs. Squallop (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Dame Barnard (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Grattan, Mrs. Henry P.

Acis (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Madame Darcourt (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); Macheath (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (4 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841); Cocorico (18) in Cocorico! (11 Oct 1841 - 30 Oct 1841); Mrs. Dobson (12) in Dobson and Co. (1 Nov 1841 - 13 Nov 1841); bewitching witch (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Jack Sheppard (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Pollio (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); Ninetta (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Mrs. Aubrey (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Corinthian Kate (9) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 16 Mar 1842); Bella (1) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842)

Greenland, Miss

Maggie Lawder (6) in Maggie Lawder (11 Apr 1842 - 16 Apr 1842); Lady Harriet Cherville (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Haling, M?

witch women (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); croaking witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Hardwick, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Harrison, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Henry, Miss

druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Jones, M?

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Lancaster, Miss

Rose (6) in Maggie Lawder (11 Apr 1842 - 16 Apr 1842)

Lash, Miss

Jenny (6) in Maggie Lawder (11 Apr 1842 - 16 Apr 1842)

Lee, Miss

Nereides (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); jolly young tars and spritely lasses (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Bridesmaids (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842)

Lee, Miss A.

Sophie (1) in Victorine (18 Mar 1842)

Lightfoot, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Lightfoot, Miss E.

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

M'Guinness, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Manley, M?

druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Massal, Miss

Nereides (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841)

Massal, Miss E.

pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); jolly young tars and spritely lasses (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Bridal train (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842)

Moggeston, M?

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); witch women (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); croaking witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); fairies (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Mortimer, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Emma Haredale (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); witch women (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); croaking witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Flavius (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); Miss Joyce (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Nash, M?

druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Naylor, Mrs.

Nereides (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Annette (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Poll Maggott (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); elfin (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); court milliners (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842); Bridesmaids (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Fanny (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842); Jane (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); Justine (1) in Victorine (18 Mar 1842); Lucy (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

O'Brien, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); jolly young tars and spritely lasses (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Bridal train (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842)

O'Neil, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Nimming Ned (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (4 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841); pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Mrs. Sheppard (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); fairies (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842); Bridal train (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Mrs. Brown (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

O'Neil, Miss E.

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841)

Pareport, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Pearse, Mrs.

Lockit (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (4 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841); Dame Gertrude (18) in Cocorico! (11 Oct 1841 - 30 Oct 1841); Mrs. Aubrey, Sen. (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Pelson, Miss

Lady Mary Berton (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Phillips, Miss

Amy (6) in Maggie Lawder (11 Apr 1842 - 16 Apr 1842); Lady Anne Berton (45) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Phillips, Miss C.

Lilliputian Columbine (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842)

Phillips, Miss O.

Gipsy (6) in Maggie Lawder (11 Apr 1842 - 16 Apr 1842)

Robinson, M?

druidesses (16) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 23 Dec 1841)

Sanders, M?

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Scott, Miss

Donna Anna (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842); Lady de la Zouch (21) in Ten Thousand a Year (13 Dec 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Scott, Miss Jemima

pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841)

Short, M?

druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Simmons, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Smith, M?

druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Terrey, Miss E.

Dolly Varden (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Mat o' the Mint (12) in Beggar's Opera Burlesqued (4 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841); Dolly Mayflower (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842); Minette (18) in Cocorico! (11 Oct 1841 - 30 Oct 1841); Mrs. Susan Fright (6) in Deeds of Dreadful Note! (4 Oct 1841 - 9 Oct 1841); speaking spirit (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); Winifred Wood (15) in Jack Sheppard (14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); Aurora (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Manuella (21) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842); Sue (11) in Tom and Jerry (7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842); Elise (1) in Victorine (18 Mar 1842)

Thomas, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Tomlinson, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Turnour, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); jolly young tars and spritely lasses (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842)

Westbrook, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

White, Miss

druidesses (80) in Norma (6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Williams, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Wiltshire, Miss

shepherdesses (6) in Acis and Galatea (28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842); pretty witches (66) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841); jolly young tars and spritely lasses (36) in Little Old Woman and Her Pig (27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842); Marchioness Santa Bella (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842)

Yates, Mrs. Frederick H.

Agnes St. Aubin (6) in Agnes St. Aubin (18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841); Mrs. Rudge (28) in Barnaby Rudge (20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842); Black-Eyed Susan (1) in Black-Eyed Susan (17 Mar 1842); Lady Louisa Eastland (21) in Breach of Promise of Marriage (21 Feb 1842 - 16 Mar 1842); Ida of Idenheim (12) in Hexen am Rhein (4 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841); the Queen (54) in Maid of Honour (25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842); Catarina Cornaro (20) in Queen of Cyprus (31 Jan 1842 - 23 Feb 1842); Kate Aubrey (6) in Ten Thousand a Year (15 Nov 1841 - 20 Nov 1841); Victorine (1) in Victorine (18 Mar 1842); Alice (2) in Wreck Ashore (17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Musicians

Singers

Dancers

Entertainers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

* Acis and Galatea

(burlesque, 1 act) by William H. Oxberry, Fred Frampton (chor) (6 times, 28 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Summary Cast:

Agnes St. Aubin; or, The Two Husbands

(melodrama, 3 acts) by Miss Julia S. Pardoe (6 times, 18 Oct 1841 - 23 Oct 1841)

Summary Cast:

* Barnaby Rudge

(drama, 3 acts) by Edward Stirling, George H. Rodwell (comp) (28 times, 20 Dec 1841 - 22 Jan 1842)

Summary Cast:

Beggar's Opera Burlesqued, The

(burlesque) by Unknown (12 times, 4 Oct 1841 - 16 Oct 1841)

Summary Cast:

Black-Eyed Susan; or, All in the Downs

(melodrama) by Douglas W. Jerrold (1 time, 17 Mar 1842)

Summary Cast:

* Breach of Promise of Marriage, The

(burletta, 2 acts) by Miss Julia S. Pardoe (21 times, 21 Feb 1842 - 16 Mar 1842)

Summary Cast:

* Cocorico! or, My Aunt's Bantam

(farce) by Unknown (18 times, 11 Oct 1841 - 30 Oct 1841)

Summary Cast:

Deeds of Dreadful Note!

(farce, 1 act) by Dubois (6 times, 4 Oct 1841 - 9 Oct 1841)

Summary Cast:

Dobson and Co.

(farce) by Joseph S. Coyne (12 times, 1 Nov 1841 - 13 Nov 1841)

Summary Cast:

* Hexen am Rhein, Die; or, Rudolph of Hapsburgh

(melodrama, prol, 2 acts) by Unknown, George H. Rodwell (comp) (66 times, 4 Oct 1841 - 18 Dec 1841)

Summary Cast:

Jack Sheppard

(melodrama) by John B. Buckstone (15 times, 14 Feb 1842 - 5 Mar 1842)

Summary Cast:

* Little Old Woman and Her Pig, The; or, Harlequin Pedlar and the Magic Petticoat

(pantomime) by Nelson Lee, William H. Callcott (comp) (36 times, 27 Dec 1841 - 5 Feb 1842)

Summary Cast:

Maggie Lawder

(ballet) by Fred. Frampton (chor) (6 times, 11 Apr 1842 - 16 Apr 1842)

Summary Cast:

* Maid of Honour, The

(drama, 2 acts) by Samuel Beazley, Jr. (54 times, 25 Oct 1841 - 29 Jan 1842)

Summary Cast:

* Norma

(burlesque) by William H. Oxberry, Vincenzo Bellini (comp) (80 times, 6 Dec 1841 - 19 Mar 1842)

Summary Cast:

* Queen of Cyprus, The

(burletta) by Samuel Beazley Jr., George H. Rodwell (comp) (21 times, 31 Jan 1842 - 17 Mar 1842)

Summary Cast:

Ten Thousand a Year

(drama, 4 epochs) by Richard B. Peake, George H. Rodwell (comp) (45 times, 15 Nov 1841 - 12 Feb 1842)

Summary Cast:

Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London

(farce) by William T. Moncrieff (11 times, 7 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

Summary Cast:

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

(drama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone (1 time, 18 Mar 1842)

Summary Cast:

Wreck Ashore, The; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea

(melodrama) by John B. Buckstone (2 times, 17 Mar 1842 - 19 Mar 1842)

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Genre

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Songs, Composers, And Singers

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Spectacle Performers


Adelphi Theatre

End Of 1841-1842 Season

(Generated 30-Sep-1998)


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