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 1847-1848

Edited by Gayle Harris

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

The attractions of the Adelphi continued to please the public for yet another season. In January, the Theatrical Times reported that the Adelphi had accomplished the feat of having been open for one thousand consecutive nights, "a circumstance without parallel in the history of the West-end theatre" (22 Jan 1848, p. 32).

The season was notable for the apparent absence of new attractions which were based upon or taken directly from French sources. What the motives of the Adelphi management were in taking this reverse tack are unrecorded; events later in the season suggest that filling the bills with works by British authors was not happenstance.

Moreover, although new pieces were frequently offered, they were withdrawn quickly if they failed to please. Five well-established productions were presented frequently: This House to be Sold, a musical extravaganza by Joseph S. Coyne, with 87 performances, Harvest Home, by Thomas Parry with 83 performances, How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress, a farce by Coyne, with 75 productions, Our National Defences, another Coyne farce, and Pearl of the Ocean, a burlesque by Charles Selby.

It should also be noted that the plans for enlarging or rebuilding the Adelphi were delayed longer than the previous season's plans would have indicated. It was not until the end of the summer season that the Adelphi company moved to the Haymarket Theatre while renovations were being completed.

While the Adelphi carried through one more season with apparently wild success, its front-of-the-house personnel were not universally admired. Over only the pseudonym "A Voice from the Side-Wing," the Theatrical Times of 2 October 1847 (pp. 309-310) carried a scathing description of what Adelphi patrons endured.

The box-keepers were noted for their "incivility and excessive disobliging propensities," and the "proceedings in the upper box lobby, the saloon, and the slips, were such as would have disgraced a threepenny Casino." Noting that Adelphi box-keepers historically bore a reputation for discourtesy, the writer noted that of late they had developed a scheme of charging an undercover fee for late seating in the back boxes. "Now, obtaining a gratuity for every seat once during the night ought to be sufficient, one would imagine, to satisfy the most rapacious and cormorantly inclined box-keeper; but not so with the Adelphi sharks." At the end of the second piece of the evening, when many left the theatre, late comers would be admitted to the brief remainder of the program, but only upon payment of the full fee, plus gratuity for the box-keeper.

The writer then went on to list other "extortions." Patrons arriving too late to get an immediate seat were cajoled into paying a fee to obtain the first seat available. Once the fee was safely in the box-keeper's possession, the unlucky patron was forgotten. And, finally, Adelphi theatre-goers were expected to pay sixpence for the bill of the evening. While admitting that Manager Webster generally deserved the praise he enjoyed as a result of his management of the Haymarket, he was urged to attend to matters at the Adelphi: "The greater the education, respectability, and standing in society of the individual who holds the office of director, the greater the blame that attaches to him for countenancing the continuance of such abuses in the theatre." But if Manager Webster had succeeded in ridding his little theatre of French influence, the question was by no means settled in other London theatres. An unsigned article entitled "Foreign Dramatic Invasion" appeared in the the Sunday Times of June 4, 1848, and boldly attacked Queen Victoria and the aristocracy which followed her example for patronizing the French theatre, as well as her representative, the Lord Chamberlain, who licensed French productions.

Reaction was swift. On Monday, 12 June 1848, an agitated British crowd was assembled at Drury Lane for the Theatre Historique production of "The Count of Monte Cristo." As the Sunday Times reported:

The opponents were tolerably peaceable during the performance of "God Save the Queen" by the orchestra; but the raising of the curtain was the signal for unloosing the pent-up indignation of the anti-foreign party, who hooted, hissed, whistled, and groaned in the most discordant chorus, amidst which the cheers and plaudits of the French supporters were vigorously sustained (18 June 1848, p. 3).

Another, although somewhat milder, demonstration occurred on Wednesday evening, 14 June; and by announcement in the newspapers of Sunday, 18 June, the Theatre Historique announced that its final performance would take place on the following Monday and Wednesday. Upon this announcement, British partisans proclaimed total victory in routing the foreign invaders. It was rumoured that Mathews and Manager Webster himself paid the rioters, and posted bail for those who were arrested.

This season was the first to include a regularly scheduled series of matinee performances. Professor Hermann's magic show began on 14 February and continued until March 3, 1848.

GH

Daily Calendar For 1847-1848


1 Sep 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
30 Aug 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (1)

Title Comment based on Samuel Lover's novel AU: Samuel Lover, COMP: Holmes

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, next 2 Sep 1847

Genre (burletta) celebrated serio-comic romantic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast

De Lacy (an officer, engaged in the French service, on a secret mission to Ireland, his native country): Worrell; De Welskein (a foreigner, engaged in his own service--dealer in brandy and broken English): [Charles] Selby; Scrubs (ex-apothecary and collector, not of curiosities, but customs, captain of yeomanry): Paul J. Bedford; Rory O'More (not King of Leinster, but prince of peasants): [James] Hudson (fr TR Haymarket); Shan Dhu, or Dark John (Rory's rival): O. Smith; Soldering Solomon (a speculating tinker): [John] Sanders; Pierre (an Anglo-French smuggler): Waye; Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford; Bill Jones: Lindon; Jack Flannerty: Glennaire; Mary O'More (sister to Rory): Miss Marian A. Taylor; Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Nelly: Miss Brooks; Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Kathleen (Rory's betrothed): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Reference Cast

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: Charles Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: James Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O.
   Smith

Soldering Solomon: John Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: William
   Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A.
   Taylor

Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Kathleen: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

"Kathleen, Dear", [James] Hudson; "The Land of the West", Miss Taylor; "May-day Morning, Early", Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Irish lilt: [James] Hudson, Miss Fleming

(dII,iv) thunderstorm and inundation

I,i the Widow O'More's cabin; I,ii an Irish landscape; I,iii the smuggler's cellar; I,iv a street at night; I,v old house and porch; I,vi the kitchen; II,i the guard room; II,ii Rory O'More's cottage; II,iii ancient Irish rath and bridge at sunset; II,iv vaults of the Folly; III,i the cottage again; III,ii retreat of the smugglers; III,iii ruins and waterfall; III,iv the glen of the Folly

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (1)

Title Comment this night only AU: Joseph S. Coyne

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, next 2 Sep 1847

Genre (farce) new and original farce

First Night Cast

Whittington Widgetts (a West-End tailor): [Edward R.] Wright; Jacob Brown (a hair-dresser at the Opera): [James H.] Munyard; Barney Twill (Widgett's page and light porter): Redmond Ryan; postman: Lindon; waiter: [William] Mitchenson; Mary White (a young laundress): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce (an opera dancer): Miss Emma Harding

Reference Cast

Whittington Widgetts: Edward R.
   Wright

Jacob Brown: James H. Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: William Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss
   Emma Harding

3) The Double-bedded Room (1)

AU: John M. Morton Au Comm BILL: by author of Brother Ben

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, next 16 May 1848

Genre (farce) laughable farce

First Night Cast

Mr. Dulcimer Pipes (Mus. Bac. and organist): Lambert; Major Minus: [Charles] Selby; Spigot (landlord of the "Yorkshire Grey"): [William] Cullenford; Joseph (his head waiter): Worrell; Mrs. Deputy Lomax: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Nancy Spigot: Miss Ellen Chaplin

Reference Cast

Mr. Dulcimer Pipes: Lambert
Major Minus: Christopher J.
   Smith

Spigot: William Cullenford
Joseph: Worrell
Mrs. Deputy Lomax: Mrs. Edmund
   Laws

Nancy Spigot: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin



2 Sep 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
2 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (2)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 1 Sep 1847, next 3 Sep 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (2)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 1 Sep 1847, next 3 Sep 1847

3) "Seeing Wright" (1)

AU: [Thomas Morton Jr.]

Performances first 2 Sep 1847, next 3 Sep 1847

Genre (farce) laughable farce

First Night Cast

Mr. Anthony Hookey: Lambert; Mr. Christopher Violet (a perfumer): Paul J. Bedford; John Downy (a policeman): [Edward R.] Wright; Mrs. Dorothy Dibbs (Hookey's sister): Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Susan Griffiths (Hookey's servant): Mrs. Frank Matthews

Reference Cast

Mr. Anthony Hookey: Lambert
Mr. Christopher Violet: Paul J.
   Bedford

John Downy: Edward R. Wright
Mrs. Dorothy Dibbs: Mrs. Edmund
   Laws

Susan Griffiths: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews


3 Sep 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
2 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (3)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 2 Sep 1847, next 4 Sep 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (3)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 2 Sep 1847, next 4 Sep 1847

3) "Seeing Wright" (2)

Performances first 2 Sep 1847, previous 2 Sep 1847, next 4 Sep 1847


4 Sep 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
2 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (4)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 3 Sep 1847, next 6 Sep 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (4)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 3 Sep 1847, next 6 Sep 1847

3) "Seeing Wright" (3)

Performances first 2 Sep 1847, previous 3 Sep 1847, next 6 Sep 1847


6 Sep 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
6 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (5)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 4 Sep 1847, next 7 Sep 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (5)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 4 Sep 1847, next 7 Sep 1847

3) "Seeing Wright" (4)

Performances first 2 Sep 1847, previous 4 Sep 1847, next 7 Sep 1847


7 Sep 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
6 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (6)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 6 Sep 1847, next 8 Sep 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (6)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 6 Sep 1847, next 8 Sep 1847

3) "Seeing Wright" (5)

Performances first 2 Sep 1847, previous 6 Sep 1847, next 8 Sep 1847


8 Sep 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
6 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (7)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 7 Sep 1847, next 9 Sep 1847

2) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (7)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 7 Sep 1847, next 9 Sep 1847

3) "Seeing Wright" (6)

Performances first 2 Sep 1847, previous 7 Sep 1847


9 Sep 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
9 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (8)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 8 Sep 1847, next 10 Sep 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (1)

AU: [Joseph S. Coyne] Au Comm BILL: by author of How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, next 10 Sep 1847

Genre (musical extravaganza) new and original musical extravaganza; 1 act, 2 scenes

First Night Cast

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins (proprietor of Shakspeare's house): [Edward R.] Wright; Grimshaw (his legal advisor): [William] Cullenford; Tiffin (his friend): Worrell; Mrs. Jarrett (the lady of the mansion): Mrs. F[rank] Matthews; William Shakspeare: O. Smith; Othello: Paul J. Bedford; Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard; Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith; Falstaff: Glennaire; Macbeth: Aldridge; Polonius: Waye; Ghost: [John] Sanders; Francis: [William] Mitchenson; Romeo: Miss Harrison; Master Slender: Lindon; Richard the Third: Conran; King John: Freeborn; Prospero: Morgan; Caliban: Thomas; Touchstone: Butler; Prince Arthur: Master Sydney; Desdemona: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin; Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks; Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt; Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur; Juliet: Miss Taylor; Ariel: Mrs. Emsley; Audrey: Miss Aldridge; Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire; Comedy: Miss Johnson; spirit of poetry: Miss Robins; fairies: Mrs. Vernon, Miss Simpson, Miss Woulds, Miss Bell, Miss LeLacheur, Miss Francies, Miss Morgan, Miss Wellans, Miss Green

Reference Cast

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: Edward
   R. Wright

Grimshaw: William Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews

William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: James H. Munyard
Shylock: Christopher J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: John Sanders
Francis: William Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
   Mrs. Vernon
   Miss Simpson
   Miss Woulds
   Miss Bell
   Miss LeLacheur
   Miss Francies
   Miss Morgan
   Miss Wellans
   Miss Green

chorus: -peasants

grand tableau: Homage to the Bard of Avon

1. exterior of the poet's house, Stratford-Upon-Avon; 2. the Shakspeare chamber; 3. distant view of the Avon and the church at Stratford

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (8)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 8 Sep 1847, next 10 Sep 1847


10 Sep 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
9 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (9)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 9 Sep 1847, next 11 Sep 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (2)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 9 Sep 1847, next 11 Sep 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (9)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 9 Sep 1847, next 11 Sep 1847


11 Sep 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
9 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (10)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 10 Sep 1847, next 13 Sep 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (3)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 10 Sep 1847, next 13 Sep 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (10)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 10 Sep 1847, next 13 Sep 1847


13 Sep 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
13 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (11)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 11 Sep 1847, next 14 Sep 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (4)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 11 Sep 1847, next 14 Sep 1847

popular Ethiopian melody: "There's Someone in the House with Dinah", Paul J. Bedford; popular Ethiopian melody: "Who is Dat Knocking at de Door?", Paul J. Bedford; "I'm a Gent, I'm a Gent", [Edward R.] Wright

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (11)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 11 Sep 1847, next 14 Sep 1847


14 Sep 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
13 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (12)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 13 Sep 1847, next 15 Sep 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (5)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 13 Sep 1847, next 15 Sep 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (12)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 13 Sep 1847, next 15 Sep 1847


15 Sep 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
13 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (13)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 14 Sep 1847, next 16 Sep 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (6)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 14 Sep 1847, next 16 Sep 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (13)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 14 Sep 1847, next 16 Sep 1847


16 Sep 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
16 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (14)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 15 Sep 1847, next 17 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

Cast Comment Howe appears in consequence "of the severe indisposition of O. Smith" (bill)

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (7)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 15 Sep 1847, next 17 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (9 Sep 1847)

BUT William Shakspeare: Lambert

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (14)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 15 Sep 1847, next 17 Sep 1847


17 Sep 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
16 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (15)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 16 Sep 1847, next 18 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (8)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 16 Sep 1847, next 18 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (9 Sep 1847)

BUT William Shakspeare: Lambert

3) More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (1)

AU: [James T. Rodwell] Au Comm The piece was written by James; George added a scene in 1825. See the 1824 season. DFo card catalogue attributes this to James Thomas G. Rodwell

Performances first 17 Sep 1847

Genre (farce) laughable farce

First Night Cast

Old Melborne: Lambert; Young Melborne: Worrell; Trap: [John] Sanders; Larry: [James] Hudson; Louisa Lovemore: Miss Emma Harding; Susan: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Letty: Miss Brooks; Jenny: Miss Marian A. Taylor

Reference Cast

Old Melborne: Lambert
Young Melborne: Worrell
Trap: John Sanders
Larry: James Hudson
Louisa Lovemore: Miss Emma
   Harding
Susan: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Letty: Miss Brooks
Jenny: Miss Marian A. Taylor

"Katty Mooney", [James] Hudson

4) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (15)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 16 Sep 1847, next 18 Sep 1847


18 Sep 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
16 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (16)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 17 Sep 1847, next 20 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 17 Sep 1847, next 20 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (9 Sep 1847)

BUT William Shakspeare: Lambert

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (16)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 17 Sep 1847, next 20 Sep 1847


20 Sep 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
20 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (17)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 18 Sep 1847, next 21 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (10)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 18 Sep 1847, next 21 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (9 Sep 1847)

BUT William Shakspeare: Lambert

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (17)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 18 Sep 1847, next 21 Sep 1847


21 Sep 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
20 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (18)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 20 Sep 1847, next 22 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (11)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 20 Sep 1847, next 22 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (9 Sep 1847)

BUT William Shakspeare: Lambert

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (18)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 20 Sep 1847, next 22 Sep 1847


22 Sep 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
20 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (19)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 21 Sep 1847, next 23 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (12)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 21 Sep 1847, next 23 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (9 Sep 1847)

BUT William Shakspeare: Lambert

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (19)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 21 Sep 1847, next 23 Sep 1847


23 Sep 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
23 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

Source Comment bill incorrectly dated 24-26

1) Rory O'More (20)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 22 Sep 1847, next 24 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (13)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 22 Sep 1847, next 24 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (9 Sep 1847)

BUT William Shakspeare: Lambert

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (20)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 22 Sep 1847, next 24 Sep 1847


24 Sep 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
23 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (21)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 23 Sep 1847, next 25 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (14)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 23 Sep 1847, next 25 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (9 Sep 1847)

BUT William Shakspeare: Lambert

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (21)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 23 Sep 1847, next 25 Sep 1847


25 Sep 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
23 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (22)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 24 Sep 1847, next 27 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (15)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 24 Sep 1847, next 27 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (9 Sep 1847)

BUT William Shakspeare: Lambert

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (22)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 24 Sep 1847, next 27 Sep 1847


27 Sep 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
27 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (23)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 25 Sep 1847, next 28 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (16)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 25 Sep 1847, next 28 Sep 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (23)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 25 Sep 1847, next 28 Sep 1847


28 Sep 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
27 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (24)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 27 Sep 1847, next 29 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (17)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 27 Sep 1847, next 29 Sep 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (24)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 27 Sep 1847, next 29 Sep 1847


29 Sep 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
27 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (25)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 28 Sep 1847, next 30 Sep 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (18)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 28 Sep 1847, next 30 Sep 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (25)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 28 Sep 1847, next 30 Sep 1847


30 Sep 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
30 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (26)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 29 Sep 1847, next 1 Oct 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (19)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 29 Sep 1847, next 1 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (26)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 29 Sep 1847, next 1 Oct 1847


1 Oct 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
30 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (27)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 30 Sep 1847, next 2 Oct 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (20)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 30 Sep 1847, next 2 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (27)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 30 Sep 1847, next 2 Oct 1847


2 Oct 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
30 Sep 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (28)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 1 Oct 1847, next 4 Oct 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Shan Dhu, or Dark John:
  Howe

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (21)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 1 Oct 1847, next 4 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (28)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 1 Oct 1847, next 4 Oct 1847


4 Oct 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (29)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 2 Oct 1847, next 5 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (22)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 2 Oct 1847, next 5 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (29)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 2 Oct 1847, next 5 Oct 1847


5 Oct 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (30)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 4 Oct 1847, next 6 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (23)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 4 Oct 1847, next 6 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (30)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 4 Oct 1847, next 6 Oct 1847


6 Oct 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (31)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 5 Oct 1847, next 7 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (24)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 5 Oct 1847, next 7 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (31)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 5 Oct 1847, next 7 Oct 1847


7 Oct 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
7 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (32)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 6 Oct 1847, next 8 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (25)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 6 Oct 1847, next 8 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (32)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 6 Oct 1847, next 8 Oct 1847


8 Oct 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
7 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (33)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 7 Oct 1847, next 9 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (26)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 7 Oct 1847, next 9 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (33)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 7 Oct 1847, next 9 Oct 1847


9 Oct 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
7 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (34)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 8 Oct 1847, next 11 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (27)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 8 Oct 1847, next 11 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (34)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 8 Oct 1847, next 11 Oct 1847


11 Oct 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (35)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 9 Oct 1847, next 12 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (28)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 9 Oct 1847, next 12 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (35)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 9 Oct 1847, next 12 Oct 1847


12 Oct 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (36)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 11 Oct 1847, next 13 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (29)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 11 Oct 1847, next 13 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (36)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 11 Oct 1847, next 13 Oct 1847


13 Oct 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (37)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 12 Oct 1847, next 14 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (30)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 12 Oct 1847, next 14 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (37)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 12 Oct 1847, next 14 Oct 1847


14 Oct 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
14 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (38)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 13 Oct 1847, next 15 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (31)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 13 Oct 1847, next 15 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (38)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 13 Oct 1847, next 15 Oct 1847


15 Oct 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
14 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (39)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 14 Oct 1847, next 16 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (32)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 14 Oct 1847, next 16 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (39)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 14 Oct 1847, next 16 Oct 1847


16 Oct 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
14 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) Rory O'More (40)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 15 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (33)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 15 Oct 1847, next 18 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (40)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 15 Oct 1847, next 18 Oct 1847


18 Oct 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
18 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (1)

Title Comment 2nd act only AU: John B. Buckstone, COMP: Edward F. Fitzwilliam, Alfred Mellon

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, next 19 Oct 1847

Genre (drama) celebrated drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce; George O'Kennedy (his younger brother): [Henry] Stoker; Wild Murtogh (horse-jobber, piper, and general dealer): O. Smith; Paddy Kelly: [John] Sanders Irish boys Ned Keogh: Lindon; Darby Donovan: Thomas; Tim O'Toole: Morgan Geraldine (wife to Connor O'Kennedy): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Nelly O'Neil (her foster sister): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Captain Dartois (a French officer): Worrell; Muster Grinnidge (proprietor of a travelling caravan): [Edward R.] Wright; Jack Gong (his man): Paul J. Bedford Indians Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson; Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith Miami (the huntress of the Mississippi): Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Tigertail (a squaw): Miss Turner; Dennis (a blacksmith): [William] Cullenford; Tom Williams (a sailor): Morgan; Larry: Waye; servant to George: Thomas; servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire; Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Evelleen (a child, seven years old): Miss Robins; Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner; Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Louise: Miss Bell

Cast Comment BILL: "Mme. Celeste's first app. since her numerous provincial engagements"

Reference Cast

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: Henry Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: John Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Nelly O'Neil: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: Edward R.
   Wright

Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: William Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: Christopher J.
   Smith

Miami: Mme. Celine Celeste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: William Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert:
   Glennaire

Madame St. Aubert: Mme. Celine
   Celeste

Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

I [1745] I,i Ireland on the Galway Coast I,ii Irish fair and row; I,iii antique room; I,iv large barn adjoining O'Kennedy's house; I,v moonlight view on the Atlantic; II [1747, America] II,i in the valley of the Mississippi II,ii, log cabin on the banks of the Mississippi; II,iii pine wood and distant view of a raft; II,iv American forest; II,v the Mississippi by sunset; III [1748, Ireland] III,i the Hill of Howth and Dublin City III,ii smith's forge near the hill of Howth; III,iii hall in an old town house; III,iv street in Dublin by night; III,v apartment in the house of Madame St. Aubert

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (34)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 16 Oct 1847, next 19 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (41)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 16 Oct 1847, next 19 Oct 1847


19 Oct 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
18 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (2)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 18 Oct 1847, next 20 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (35)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 18 Oct 1847, next 20 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (42)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 18 Oct 1847, next 20 Oct 1847


20 Oct 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
18 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (3)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 19 Oct 1847, next 21 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (36)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 19 Oct 1847, next 26 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (43)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 19 Oct 1847, next 26 Oct 1847


21 Oct 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
21 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (4)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 20 Oct 1847, next 22 Oct 1847

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (1)

Title Comment based on Le Diable a Quatre AU: Charles Selby

Performances first 21 Oct 1847, next 22 Oct 1847

Genre (operatic farce) grand operatic, romantic, magical, semi-burlesque, terpsichorean burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Count Crackovieninski (Polish nobleman devoted to field sports): Worrell; Kickerwhiski (Count's "first whip," a basse taille devoted to the Italian opera): Paul J. Bedford; Masourki (basket maker, devoted to the bottle): [Edward R.] Wright; Ivan (villager, devoted to Terpsichore): [James H.] Munyard; Monsieur Coupee (French maitre de ballets, devoted to the Graces): C[hristopher] J. Smith; Strelenski (blind musician devoted to his fiddle): [William] Cullenford; Countess Crackovieninski (very noble lady with a slight infirmity of temper, devoted to legislation): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Masourka (Ivan's wife, devoted to dancing): Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Yelva (waiting maid to the Countess, devoted to Ivan): Miss Ellen Chaplin; Eoline (Sylphide Queen): Miss Fleming attendant sylphides Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge; Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison; Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson; Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett; Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise; Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur; Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor; Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq; Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur; Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson Polish noblemen: Freeborn, Waye, Butler; Cossacks: [William] Mitchenson, Glennaire, Lindon

Cast Comment Although the DNB suggests Carlotta Leclercq made her debut in 1853, it is quite possible she appeared prior to that date. She would have been between seven and ten years old this season (the date of her birth is given variously as 1836 and 1840)

Reference Cast

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Masourki: Edward R. Wright
Ivan: James H. Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: Christopher J.
   Smith

Strelenski: William Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss
   Sarah J. Woolgar

Masourka: Mme. Celine Celeste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Piquerette: Miss
   LeLacheur

Fleur de Marguerite: Miss
   Taylor

Fleur de Giroflee: Miss Carlotta
   Leclercq

Fleur de Violette: Miss C.
   LeLacheur

Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
   Freeborn
   Waye
   Butler
Cossacks:
   William Mitchenson
   Glennaire
   Lindon

grand Nimrodian scena: Paul J. Bedford; Bacchanalian barcarole: [Edward R.] Wright

grand divertisement; dance (fairy romance): [James H.] Munyard; new mazourka (from Le Diable a Quatre): Mme. [Celine] Celeste; pas de vingt-quatre: -Coryphees; burlesque pas d'opera: [James H.] Munyard, Miss Ellen Chaplin; Bohemian polka: Mme. [Celine] Celeste, C[hristopher] J. Smith; grand pas des pavots; pas de fascination: Mme. [Celine] Celeste; march and chorus; mazourka de Varsovie: -sixteen ballerinas; pas de Cosaques: Glennaire, Lindon, [William] Mitchenson; polka d'extase: -the characters

poses plastiques poses accompanied by Eolian harp and invisible double chorus

Fete de Champetre; a flight of sylphides; magical transformation and a pleasure excursion by the aerial railway; grand tableau finale illuminated by flammes de Bengale

I,i exterior of the Count's mansion and basket maker's cottage; II,i interior of the basket maker's cottage; II,ii the Countess's boudoir; II,iii interior and exterior of a conservatory First scene not given in bill, taken from 1845 season


22 Oct 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
21 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (5)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 21 Oct 1847, next 23 Oct 1847

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (2)

Performances first 21 Oct 1847, previous 21 Oct 1847, next 23 Oct 1847


23 Oct 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
21 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (6)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 22 Oct 1847, next 25 Oct 1847

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (3)

Performances first 21 Oct 1847, previous 22 Oct 1847, next 25 Oct 1847


25 Oct 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1847
bill
LTM

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (7)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 23 Oct 1847, next 26 Oct 1847

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (4)

Performances first 21 Oct 1847, previous 23 Oct 1847, next 27 Oct 1847


26 Oct 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1847
bill
LTM

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (8)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 25 Oct 1847, next 27 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (37)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 20 Oct 1847, next 28 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (44)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 20 Oct 1847, next 28 Oct 1847


27 Oct 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1847
bill
LTM

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (9)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 26 Oct 1847, next 28 Oct 1847

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (5)

Performances first 21 Oct 1847, previous 25 Oct 1847, next 29 Oct 1847


28 Oct 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
28 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (10)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 27 Oct 1847, next 29 Oct 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (38)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 26 Oct 1847, next 30 Oct 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (45)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 26 Oct 1847, next 30 Oct 1847


29 Oct 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
28 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (11)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 28 Oct 1847, next 30 Oct 1847

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (6)

Performances first 21 Oct 1847, previous 27 Oct 1847, next 1 Nov 1847


30 Oct 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
28 Oct 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (12)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 29 Oct 1847, next 1 Nov 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (39)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 28 Oct 1847, next 2 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (46)

Title Comment Times adv reverses order of 2d & 3d pcs Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 28 Oct 1847, next 2 Nov 1847


1 Nov 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1847
bill
LTM

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (13)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 30 Oct 1847, next 2 Nov 1847

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (7)

Performances first 21 Oct 1847, previous 29 Oct 1847, next 3 Nov 1847

Cast truncated for reasons of space


2 Nov 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1847
bill
LTM

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (14)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 1 Nov 1847, next 3 Nov 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (40)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 30 Oct 1847, next 4 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (47)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 30 Oct 1847, next 4 Nov 1847


3 Nov 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1847
bill
LTM

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (15)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 2 Nov 1847, next 4 Nov 1847

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (8)

Performances first 21 Oct 1847, previous 1 Nov 1847, next 5 Nov 1847


4 Nov 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
4 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (16)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 3 Nov 1847, next 5 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1847)

BUT Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (41)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 2 Nov 1847, next 6 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (48)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 2 Nov 1847, next 6 Nov 1847


5 Nov 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
4 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (17)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 4 Nov 1847, next 6 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1847)

BUT Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (9)

Performances first 21 Oct 1847, previous 3 Nov 1847, next 8 Nov 1847


6 Nov 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
4 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (18)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 5 Nov 1847, next 8 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1847)

BUT Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (42)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 4 Nov 1847, next 9 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (49)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 4 Nov 1847, next 9 Nov 1847


8 Nov 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
8 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (19)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 6 Nov 1847, next 9 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1847)

BUT Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (10)

Performances first 21 Oct 1847, previous 5 Nov 1847, next 10 Nov 1847


9 Nov 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
9 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (20)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 8 Nov 1847, next 10 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1847)

BUT Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (43)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 6 Nov 1847, next 11 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (50)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 6 Nov 1847, next 11 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox


10 Nov 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
9 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (21)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 9 Nov 1847, next 11 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1847)

BUT Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (11)

Performances first 21 Oct 1847, previous 8 Nov 1847, next 12 Nov 1847


11 Nov 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
11 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (22)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 10 Nov 1847, next 12 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1847)

BUT Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (44)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 9 Nov 1847, next 13 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (51)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 9 Nov 1847, next 13 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox


12 Nov 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
11 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (23)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 11 Nov 1847, next 13 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1847)

BUT Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (12)

Performances first 21 Oct 1847, previous 10 Nov 1847, next 15 Nov 1847


13 Nov 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
11 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (24)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 12 Nov 1847, next 15 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1847)

BUT Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (45)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 11 Nov 1847, next 16 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (52)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 11 Nov 1847, next 16 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox


15 Nov 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
15 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (25)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 13 Nov 1847, next 16 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1847)

BUT Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (13)

Performances first 21 Oct 1847, previous 12 Nov 1847, next 17 Nov 1847


16 Nov 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
15 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (26)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 15 Nov 1847, next 17 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1847)

BUT Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (46)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 13 Nov 1847, next 18 Nov 1847

Cast truncated for reasons of space

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (53)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 13 Nov 1847, next 18 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox


17 Nov 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
15 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (27)

Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 16 Nov 1847, next 10 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1847)

BUT Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (14)

Performances first 21 Oct 1847, previous 15 Nov 1847


18 Nov 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
18 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: Richard B. Peake, COMP: Alfred Mellon Au Comm "by author of The Sheriff of the County, Title Deeds and The Climbing Boy" (bill), "The last production of the late Richard B. Peake, Esq." (bill)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, next 19 Nov 1847

Genre (drama) new and original drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Fitzgerald O'Carrol (young Irish gentleman on his travels): Boyce; Major Dunmore (English officer): Worrell; Marques di Mincio (an old Italian fop): Paul J. Bedford; Captain Charmigny (French officer): Lambert; Finisterre (a Biscayan): C[hristopher] J. Smith; Balthazar Valdarne (a lawyer of Milan): O. Smith; Bob Bit (English groom to O'Carrol): [Edward R.] Wright; Giacomelli (page to O'Carrol): [James H.] Munyard; Domeneque: Butler; Gabrielli (celebrated Italian prima donna): Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Signora D'Ossuna (Neapolitan lady): Miss Brooks the grand fete and carnival of Naples Punch: [William] Mitchenson; Cupid: Master Sydney; Harlequin: [John] Sanders; the devil: Glennaire; the grand sultan: Freeborn; the sultana: Miss Fleming; Terpsichore: Miss Louise; dancers: Miss Simpson, Miss Johnson, Miss Aldridge, Miss LeLacheur, Miss C. LeLacheur, Miss Louise, Miss Penson, Mrs. Glennaire, Miss Bennett, Miss Pritchett, Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq; masks: Miss Hunt, Mrs. Emsley, Miss Harrison, Miss Taylor, Miss Aubery; fishermen: Braithwaite, Hamblin, Genge, Conran, Aldridge, Morgan, Thomas, Jones, Donovan (steward of the O'Carrol estate): [William] Cullenford; Hoolagan (landlord of the O'Carrol Arms): Waye; Tim: Lindon; farmer: Glennaire; Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Henrietta (sister of O'Carrol): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Norah: Miss Emma Harding; Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

Reference Cast

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J.
   Bedford

Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: Christopher J.
   Smith

Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: Edward R. Wright
Giacomelli: James H. Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. Celine Celeste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: William Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: John Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
   Miss Simpson
   Miss Johnson
   Miss Aldridge
   Miss LeLacheur
   Miss C. LeLacheur
   Miss Louise
   Miss Penson
   Mrs. Glennaire
   Miss Pritchett
   Miss Carlotta Leclercq
   Miss Bell
masks:
   Miss Hunt
   Mrs. Emsley
   Miss Harrison
   Miss Taylor
   Miss Aubery
fishermen:
   Braithwaite
   Hamblin
   Conran
   Aldridge
   Morgan
   Thomas
   Jones
   George
Donovan: William Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Henrietta: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

(dI) burlesque pas: [William] Mitchenson (in character); pas de chasse, Mme. [Celine] Celeste; -attendant nymphs; characteristic tarantella carnival dance

I [1760, Naples] i splendid apartment in the villa of Fitzgerald overlooking the Bay of Naples; I,ii the grand fete and carnival of Naples; I,iii anti-chamber in the villa; I,iv a view of Sorento in the suburbs of Naples; I,v room in the villa; I,vi another part of Sorento; II [Ireland, 1761] i Castle O'Carrol; II,ii exterior of the chapel; II,iii outside of an Irish inn; II,iv the servants' hall; II,v drawing room in the castle; II,vi the chapel and tomb of O'Carrol entirely new scenery

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (47)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 16 Nov 1847, next 19 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (54)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 16 Nov 1847, next 19 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) Shocking Events (1)

AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, next 19 Nov 1847

Genre (farce) farce

First Night Cast

Griffinhoof: Lambert; Captain Spoff: Worrell; Puggs: [James H.] Munyard; Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding; Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin

Reference Cast

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: James H. Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin


19 Nov 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
18 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (2)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 18 Nov 1847, next 20 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1847)

OMITS dancers: Miss Bell
fishermen: George
ADDS dancers: Miss Bennett
fishermen: Genge

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (48)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 18 Nov 1847, next 20 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (55)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 18 Nov 1847, next 20 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) Shocking Events (2)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 18 Nov 1847, next 20 Nov 1847


20 Nov 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
18 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (3)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 19 Nov 1847, next 22 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1847)

OMITS dancers: Miss Bell
fishermen: George
ADDS dancers: Miss Bennett
fishermen: Genge

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (49)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 19 Nov 1847, next 22 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (56)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 19 Nov 1847, next 22 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) Shocking Events (3)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 19 Nov 1847, next 22 Nov 1847


22 Nov 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
22 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (4)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 20 Nov 1847, next 23 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1847)

OMITS fishermen: George
ADDS fishermen: Genge

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (50)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 20 Nov 1847, next 23 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (57)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 20 Nov 1847, next 23 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) Shocking Events (4)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 20 Nov 1847, next 23 Nov 1847


23 Nov 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
22 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (5)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 22 Nov 1847, next 24 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1847)

OMITS fishermen: George
ADDS fishermen: Genge

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (51)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 22 Nov 1847, next 24 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (58)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 22 Nov 1847, next 24 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) Shocking Events (5)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 22 Nov 1847, next 24 Nov 1847


24 Nov 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
22 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (6)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 23 Nov 1847, next 25 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1847)

OMITS fishermen: George
ADDS fishermen: Genge

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (52)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 23 Nov 1847, next 25 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (59)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 23 Nov 1847, next 25 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) Shocking Events (6)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 23 Nov 1847, next 25 Nov 1847


25 Nov 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
25 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (7)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 24 Nov 1847, next 26 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1847)

OMITS fishermen: George
ADDS fishermen: Genge

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (53)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 24 Nov 1847, next 26 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (60)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 24 Nov 1847, next 26 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) Shocking Events (7)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 24 Nov 1847, next 26 Nov 1847


26 Nov 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
25 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (8)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 25 Nov 1847, next 27 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1847)

OMITS fishermen: George
ADDS fishermen: Genge

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (54)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 25 Nov 1847, next 27 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (61)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 25 Nov 1847, next 27 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) Shocking Events (8)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 25 Nov 1847, next 27 Nov 1847


27 Nov 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
25 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (9)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 26 Nov 1847, next 29 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Nov 1847)

OMITS fishermen: George
ADDS fishermen: Genge

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (55)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 26 Nov 1847, next 29 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (62)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 26 Nov 1847, next 29 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) Shocking Events (9)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 26 Nov 1847, next 29 Nov 1847


29 Nov 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
29 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (10)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 27 Nov 1847, next 30 Nov 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (56)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 27 Nov 1847, next 30 Nov 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (63)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 27 Nov 1847, next 30 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) Shocking Events (10)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 27 Nov 1847, next 30 Nov 1847


30 Nov 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
29 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (11)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 29 Nov 1847, next 1 Dec 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (57)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 29 Nov 1847, next 1 Dec 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (64)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 29 Nov 1847, next 1 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) Shocking Events (11)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 29 Nov 1847, next 1 Dec 1847


1 Dec 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
29 Nov 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (12)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 30 Nov 1847, next 2 Dec 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (58)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 30 Nov 1847, next 2 Dec 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (65)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 30 Nov 1847, next 2 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) Shocking Events (12)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 30 Nov 1847, next 7 Feb 1848


2 Dec 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
2 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (13)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 1 Dec 1847, next 3 Dec 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (59)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 1 Dec 1847, next 3 Dec 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (66)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 1 Dec 1847, next 3 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) A Nabob for an Hour (1)

Title Comment adpt fr Scribe L'oncle d'Amerique AU: [John Poole]

Performances first 2 Dec 1847, next 3 Dec 1847

Genre (farce) farce

First Night Cast

Mr. Frampton: Worrell; Sam Hobbs: Lambert; Dick Dumpy: [James H.] Munyard; Miss Emma Leslie: Miss E[mma] Harding; Nancy Scraggs: Mrs. Frank Matthews

Reference Cast

Mr. Frampton: Worrell
Sam Hobbs: Lambert
Dick Dumpy: James H. Munyard
Miss Emma Leslie: Miss Emma
   Harding
Nancy Scraggs: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews



3 Dec 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
2 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (14)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 2 Dec 1847, next 4 Dec 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (60)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 2 Dec 1847, next 4 Dec 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (67)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 2 Dec 1847, next 4 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) A Nabob for an Hour (2)

Performances first 2 Dec 1847, previous 2 Dec 1847, next 4 Dec 1847


4 Dec 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
2 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (15)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 3 Dec 1847, next 6 Dec 1847

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (61)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 3 Dec 1847, next 6 Dec 1847

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (68)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 3 Dec 1847, next 6 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox

4) A Nabob for an Hour (3)

Performances first 2 Dec 1847, previous 3 Dec 1847, next 3 Feb 1848


6 Dec 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
6 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (16)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 4 Dec 1847, next 7 Dec 1847

minor roles truncated for reasons of space

2) The Tipperary Legacy (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Joseph S. Coyne] Au Comm BILL: "by author of How to Settle Accounts with your Laundress"

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, next 7 Dec 1847

Genre (farce) new and original farce

First Night Cast

Turnem Green (dyer and scourer): [Edward R.] Wright; Bob Gills (his nephew): [James H.] Munyard; Lanty Scrimmage (a country actor): Paul J. Bedford; Chubblock (the Head Constable): [William] Cullenford; policeman: [John] Sanders; Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Reference Cast

Turnem Green: Edward R. Wright
Bob Gills: James H. Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J.
   Bedford

Chubblock: William Cullenford
policeman: John Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin

1. a street in Bristol

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (62)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 4 Dec 1847, next 7 Dec 1847

4) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (69)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 4 Dec 1847, next 7 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox


7 Dec 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
6 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (17)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 6 Dec 1847, next 8 Dec 1847

2) The Tipperary Legacy (2)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 6 Dec 1847, next 8 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (63)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 6 Dec 1847, next 8 Dec 1847

4) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (70)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 6 Dec 1847, next 8 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox


8 Dec 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
6 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (18)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 7 Dec 1847, next 9 Dec 1847

2) The Tipperary Legacy (3)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 7 Dec 1847, next 9 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (64)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 7 Dec 1847, next 9 Dec 1847

4) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (71)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 7 Dec 1847, next 9 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox


9 Dec 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
9 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (19)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 8 Dec 1847, next 10 Dec 1847

2) The Tipperary Legacy (4)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 8 Dec 1847, next 10 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (65)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 8 Dec 1847, next 10 Dec 1847

4) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (72)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 8 Dec 1847, next 10 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox


10 Dec 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
9 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (20)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 9 Dec 1847, next 11 Dec 1847

2) The Tipperary Legacy (5)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 9 Dec 1847, next 11 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (66)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 9 Dec 1847, next 11 Dec 1847

4) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (73)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 9 Dec 1847, next 11 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox


11 Dec 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
9 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (21)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 10 Dec 1847

2) The Tipperary Legacy (6)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 10 Dec 1847, next 13 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (67)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 10 Dec 1847, next 13 Dec 1847

4) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (74)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 10 Dec 1847, next 5 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox


13 Dec 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
13 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) Paul Pry (1)

AU: John Poole

Performances first 13 Dec 1847, next 14 Dec 1847

Genre (comedy) celebrated comedy; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Harry Stanley: Boyce; Witherton: [William] Cullenford; Colonel Hardy: Lambert; Somers: Worrell; Stanley: Thomas; Frank Hardy: [Henry] Stoker; Paul Pry: [Edward R.] Wright; Doubledot: Waye; Simon: C[hristopher] J. Smith; servant: Lindon; Grasp: O. Smith; Eliza: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Marian: Miss Emma Harding; Mrs. Subtle: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Phoebe: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Reference Cast

Harry Stanley: Boyce
Witherton: William Cullenford
Colonel Hardy: Lambert
Somers: Worrell
Stanley: Thomas
Frank Hardy: Henry Stoker
Paul Pry: Edward R. Wright
Doubledot: Waye
Simon: Christopher J. Smith
servant: Lindon
Grasp: O. Smith
Eliza: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Marian: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Subtle: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Phoebe: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

"Cherry Ripe", Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

1. a country inn; 2. Witherton's mansion; 3. garden of Colonel Hardy's villa; 4. an apartment in Colonel Hardy's villa; 5. a village landscape

2) The Tipperary Legacy (7)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 11 Dec 1847, next 14 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (68)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 11 Dec 1847, next 14 Dec 1847


14 Dec 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
13 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) Paul Pry (2)

Performances first 13 Dec 1847, previous 13 Dec 1847, next 15 Dec 1847

2) The Tipperary Legacy (8)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 13 Dec 1847, next 15 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (69)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 13 Dec 1847, next 15 Dec 1847


15 Dec 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
13 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) Paul Pry (3)

Performances first 13 Dec 1847, previous 14 Dec 1847, next 16 Dec 1847

2) The Tipperary Legacy (9)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 14 Dec 1847, next 16 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (70)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 14 Dec 1847, next 16 Dec 1847


16 Dec 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
16 Dec 1847
bill
LTM

1) Paul Pry (4)

Performances first 13 Dec 1847, previous 15 Dec 1847, next 17 Dec 1847

2) The Tipperary Legacy (10)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 15 Dec 1847, next 17 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (71)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 15 Dec 1847, next 17 Dec 1847


17 Dec 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
16 Dec 1847
bill
LTM

1) Paul Pry (5)

Performances first 13 Dec 1847, previous 16 Dec 1847, next 18 Dec 1847

2) The Tipperary Legacy (11)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 16 Dec 1847, next 18 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (72)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 16 Dec 1847, next 18 Dec 1847


18 Dec 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi
16 Dec 1847
bill
LTM

1) Paul Pry (6)

Performances first 13 Dec 1847, previous 17 Dec 1847

2) The Tipperary Legacy (12)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 17 Dec 1847, next 20 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (73)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 17 Dec 1847, next 20 Dec 1847


20 Dec 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
20 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: Charles Selby, COMP: Alfred Mellon, CHOR: Mme. [Celine] Celeste Au Comm BILL: by author of Taming a Tartar and The Phantom Dancers

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, next 21 Dec 1847

Genre (burlesque) entirely new, original, romantic, pantomimical, musical tale of enchantment; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Florimond (youthful and romantic Prince of the Pearl Islands, in the absence of Mrs. Woffington and Mrs. Clive): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor (Khan of Circassia, in the absence of Mr. Parsons and Mr. King): Waye; Muleypuleyfooleybeg (a great ambassador and plenipotentiary, in the absence of Mr. Mossop and Mr. Reddish): Paul J. Bedford; Winkiwhiski (a handsome young pearl diver, in the absence of Mess. Shuter, Dodd, Foote): [Edward R.] Wright; Pongowongo (an eastern remembrancer, in the absence of the elder Grimaldi and Mons. Delpini): [James H.] Munyard; Hamet (proprietor of an oyster bed, or pearl walk, in the absence of Mr. Powell): Glennaire; Grimgrowlino (an old and crabbed pearl diver, in the absence of Mr. Woodward and Mr. Fisher): [William] Cullenford; Kotokikiki (fine gentleman of the Pearl Islands, chamberlain to Prince Florimond, in the absence of Mr. Lamash and Mr. Baddeley): Worrell two more fine gentlemen of the Pearl Islands, in the absence of Messrs. Cautherly and Davis Beppo: [Henry] Stoker; Ticho: Freeborn gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (in the absence of Messrs. Smith, Brown, Jones, Robinson): Thomas, Freeborn, Morgan, Aldridge, Conran, Genge, Hamblin, Braithwaite, Sydney, Lindon, [John] Sanders, [E.?] St. Albyn, Butler; Gulnare (beautiful young princess of Circassia, in the absence of Mrs. Bracegirdle and Mrs. Oldfield): Miss Emma Harding; Kiorooglee (her nurse, in the absence of Miss Pope and Mrs. Mattocks): Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Foratina (young peasant girl of the Pearl Islands, in the absence of Mrs. Baddeley and Miss Catley): Miss Ellen Chaplin; attendant ladies (in the absence of Mesdames Smith, Brown, Jones, Robinson): Mrs. Worrell, Miss Fleming, Miss Brooks, Miss Hunt, Mrs. Emsley, Miss Harrison, Miss Taylor, Miss Aubery, Miss Aldridge, Miss Louise, Miss Simpson, Miss LeLacheur, Miss C. LeLacheur, Miss Johnson, Mrs. Glennaire, Miss Bennett, Miss Pritchett, Miss Forrester, Miss Penson, Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq; Coralie (mermaiden, in the absence of no one, being the first time of the character being seen on the stage): Mme. [Celine] Celeste mermaidens, sisters to Coralie Zurline: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Undine: Miss Turner; Argentine: Miss Woulds; Christoline: Miss Emsley; Lorelli: Miss Wilkins Hagalina (the witch of the whirlpool, in the absence of Mr. Bulkley): C[hristopher] J. Smith; Zippyzugzag (a nondescript, or merman, in the absence of Messrs. Henderson and Bensley): [William] Mitchenson

Reference Cast

Florimond: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmaho
   ul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J.
   Bedford

Winkiwhiski: Edward R. Wright
Pongowongo: James H. Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: William
   Cullenford

Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: Henry Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and
   attendants:
   Thomas
   Freeborn
   Morgan
   Aldridge
   Conran
   Genge
   Hamblin
   Braithwaite
   Sydney
   Lindon
   John Sanders
   E.? St. Albyn
   Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
   Mrs. Worrell
   Miss Fleming
   Miss Brooks
   Miss Hunt
   Mrs. Emsley
   Miss Harrison
   Miss Taylor
   Miss Aubery
   Miss Aldridge
   Miss Louise
   Miss Simpson
   Miss LeLacheur
   Miss C. LeLacheur
   Miss Johnson
   Miss Bennett
   Miss Pritchett
   Miss Forrester
   Miss Penson
   Miss Carlotta Leclercq
   Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. Celine Celeste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: Christopher J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: William Mitchenson

DIR: Mme. [Celine] Celeste

song: [[Daniel F.] Auber], Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; song: [Alfred Mellon], Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; musical recital, Paul J. Bedford; transcendently elaborate cavatina, Paul J. Bedford; parody on a popular ballad, [Edward R.] Wright

(dI) grand pas d'action, Mme. [Celine] Celeste; (dIII) Arab pas de quatre: Miss Fleming, Miss Louise, [William] Mitchenson, Lindon; (dIII) grand military pas d'action, Mme. [Celine] Celeste; -Amazonian Guard grand military pas d'action in real steel armour

a diorama of demon horrors at the abode of the Witch of the Whirlpool; grand procession; grand marine tableau; supernatural appearance of the mermaiden; the bride, the vow, the sacrifice. Grand magical transformation and happy denouement; Concluding tableau and flammmes de Bengale

I,i a fairy cove in the Pearl Islands by sunlight; I,ii world beneath the waters; II,i the palace and gardens of the Prince of the Pearl Islands; II,ii hall of audience in the Prince's palace; II,iii a terrace leading to the Zenanah of the Khan of Circassia; II,iv a street leading to the harbour in the Pearl Islands; III,i a kiosk and garden belonging to the palace of the Khan of Circassia; III,ii the hall of amber in the Khan of Circassia's Palace; III,iii a basaltic cavern; III,iv the corridor leading to the apartment of the Princess; III,v hall of audience in the palace of the Khan of Circassia magnificent steel armour manufactured by M. Grainger, artificier to the Academie Royale, Paris, and all principal European theatres

MACH: Cooper; effects: Steagle

2) The Tipperary Legacy (13)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 18 Dec 1847, next 21 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (74)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 18 Dec 1847, next 21 Dec 1847

Bill omits the following: Francis: [William] Mitchenson; Romeo: Miss Harrison; Master Slender: Lindon, but since they are on the same line in the bill, we assume this to be a printer's omission


21 Dec 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
20 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (2)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 20 Dec 1847, next 22 Dec 1847

2) The Tipperary Legacy (14)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 20 Dec 1847, next 22 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (75)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 20 Dec 1847, next 22 Dec 1847


22 Dec 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
20 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (3)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 21 Dec 1847, next 23 Dec 1847

2) The Tipperary Legacy (15)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 21 Dec 1847, next 23 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (76)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 21 Dec 1847, next 23 Dec 1847


23 Dec 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
20 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (4)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 22 Dec 1847, next 27 Dec 1847

2) The Tipperary Legacy (16)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 22 Dec 1847, next 30 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (6 Dec 1847)

BUT Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Sarah
  J. Woolgar

3) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (77)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 22 Dec 1847, next 4 Jan 1848


24 Dec 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi

DARK: Christmas Eve


25 Dec 1847
Sat eve
Adelphi

DARK: Christmas Day


27 Dec 1847
Mon eve
Adelphi
27 Dec 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (5)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 23 Dec 1847, next 28 Dec 1847

2) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever in England AU: [Benjamin N. Webster], COMP: Alfred Mellon

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, next 28 Dec 1847

Genre (comic pantomime) Italian pantomime; 2 parts, 11 tableaux

First Night Cast

Fairy Gourmande (nearly related to Gargantua, godmother of Pierrot): Miss Robins; Pierrot (child of Italian comedy nearly related to Arlequin and Columbine of Bergamo, cousin to Brighella and the grave Polichinello, intimate friend of the Venetian pantaloon): Mons. Paul Legrand (1st time in England); Polichinello (the gay single fellow): C[hristopher] J. Smith; Cassandra: Glennaire; notary: Aldridge; doctor: [William] Mitchenson; Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell; Pierrette: Miss Fleming; Bettina: Miss Johnson; Maria: Miss LeLacheur; bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

Reference Cast

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: Christopher J.
   Smith

Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: William Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants
   of police, soldiers: Unlisted

DIR: Mme. [Celine] Celeste

1. the court yard of an Italian farm; 2. the interior of an Italian farm; 3. a ball champetre; 4. a bed chamber; 5. a street in an Italian Village, during a snow storm; 6. Pierrotte's drawing room; 7. a wild and rugged country; 8. a rock in the midst of the waters; 9. an inner room in an inn; 10. a delightful prospect in an isolated island; 11. grand apartment in Pierrot's house programme of scenery is divided into two parts and the scenes listed as tableaux; new scenery


28 Dec 1847
Tue eve
Adelphi
27 Dec 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (6)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 27 Dec 1847, next 29 Dec 1847

2) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (2)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 27 Dec 1847, next 29 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1847)

BUT Fairy Gourmande: Miss
  Robins

Maria: Miss LeLacheur


29 Dec 1847
Wed eve
Adelphi
27 Dec 1847
bill
DFo

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (7)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 28 Dec 1847, next 30 Dec 1847

2) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (3)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 28 Dec 1847, next 30 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (27 Dec 1847)

BUT Fairy Gourmande: Miss
  Robins

Maria: Miss LeLacheur


30 Dec 1847
Thu eve
Adelphi
30 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (8)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 29 Dec 1847, next 31 Dec 1847

2) The Tipperary Legacy (17)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 23 Dec 1847, next 31 Dec 1847

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (4)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 29 Dec 1847, next 31 Dec 1847

3 tableaux dropped on Dec 30, and the number is continuously reduced


31 Dec 1847
Fri eve
Adelphi
30 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (9)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 30 Dec 1847, next 1 Jan 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (18)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 30 Dec 1847, next 1 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (5)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 30 Dec 1847, next 1 Jan 1848


1 Jan 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
30 Dec 1847
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (10)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 31 Dec 1847, next 3 Jan 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (19)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 31 Dec 1847, next 3 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (6)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 31 Dec 1847, next 3 Jan 1848


3 Jan 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (11)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 1 Jan 1848, next 4 Jan 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (20)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 1 Jan 1848, next 5 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (7)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 1 Jan 1848, next 4 Jan 1848


4 Jan 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (12)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 3 Jan 1848, next 5 Jan 1848

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (78)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 23 Dec 1847, next 6 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (8)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 3 Jan 1848, next 5 Jan 1848


5 Jan 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (13)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 4 Jan 1848, next 6 Jan 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (21)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 3 Jan 1848, next 7 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (9)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 4 Jan 1848, next 6 Jan 1848


6 Jan 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
6 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (14)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 5 Jan 1848, next 7 Jan 1848

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (79)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 4 Jan 1848, next 8 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (10)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 5 Jan 1848, next 7 Jan 1848


7 Jan 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
6 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (15)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 6 Jan 1848, next 8 Jan 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (22)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 5 Jan 1848, next 10 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (11)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 6 Jan 1848, next 8 Jan 1848


8 Jan 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
6 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (16)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 7 Jan 1848, next 10 Jan 1848

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (80)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 6 Jan 1848, next 11 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (12)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 7 Jan 1848, next 10 Jan 1848


10 Jan 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
10 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (17)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 8 Jan 1848, next 11 Jan 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (23)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 7 Jan 1848, next 12 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (13)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 8 Jan 1848, next 11 Jan 1848


11 Jan 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
10 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (18)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 10 Jan 1848, next 12 Jan 1848

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (81)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 8 Jan 1848, next 13 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (14)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 10 Jan 1848, next 12 Jan 1848


12 Jan 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
10 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (19)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 11 Jan 1848, next 13 Jan 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (24)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 10 Jan 1848, next 14 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (15)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 11 Jan 1848, next 13 Jan 1848


13 Jan 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
13 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (20)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 12 Jan 1848, next 14 Jan 1848

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (82)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 11 Jan 1848, next 15 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (16)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 12 Jan 1848, next 14 Jan 1848


14 Jan 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
13 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (21)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 13 Jan 1848, next 15 Jan 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (25)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 12 Jan 1848, next 17 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (17)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 13 Jan 1848, next 15 Jan 1848


15 Jan 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
13 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (22)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 14 Jan 1848, next 17 Jan 1848

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (83)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 13 Jan 1848, next 18 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (18)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 14 Jan 1848, next 17 Jan 1848


17 Jan 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (23)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 15 Jan 1848, next 18 Jan 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (26)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 14 Jan 1848, next 19 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (19)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 15 Jan 1848, next 18 Jan 1848


18 Jan 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (24)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 17 Jan 1848, next 19 Jan 1848

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (84)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 15 Jan 1848, next 20 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (20)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 17 Jan 1848, next 19 Jan 1848


19 Jan 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (25)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 18 Jan 1848, next 20 Jan 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (27)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 17 Jan 1848, next 21 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (21)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 18 Jan 1848, next 20 Jan 1848


20 Jan 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
20 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (26)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 19 Jan 1848, next 21 Jan 1848

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (85)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 18 Jan 1848, next 22 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (22)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 19 Jan 1848, next 21 Jan 1848


21 Jan 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
20 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (27)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 20 Jan 1848, next 22 Jan 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (28)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 19 Jan 1848, next 24 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (23)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 20 Jan 1848, next 22 Jan 1848


22 Jan 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
20 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (28)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 21 Jan 1848, next 24 Jan 1848

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (86)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 20 Jan 1848, next 25 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (24)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 21 Jan 1848, next 24 Jan 1848


24 Jan 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (29)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 22 Jan 1848, next 25 Jan 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (29)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 21 Jan 1848, next 26 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (25)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 22 Jan 1848, next 25 Jan 1848


25 Jan 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (30)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 24 Jan 1848, next 26 Jan 1848

2) This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (87)

Performances first 9 Sep 1847, previous 22 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (26)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 24 Jan 1848, next 26 Jan 1848


26 Jan 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (31)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 25 Jan 1848, next 27 Jan 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (30)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 24 Jan 1848, next 27 Jan 1848

3) Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (27)

Performances first 27 Dec 1847, previous 25 Jan 1848


27 Jan 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
27 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (32)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 26 Jan 1848, next 28 Jan 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Joseph S. Coyne] Au Comm BILL: by the author of Tipperary Legacy sometimes ascribed to Benjamin N. Webster

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, next 28 Jan 1848

Genre (farce) new and original farce

First Night Cast

Major Snapdragon (of the Cockshot Yeomany Cavalry): Lambert; Adrien de Montgeron (pupil of the Polytechnic School): Mme. [Celine] Celeste Major Snapdragon's servants Simon Marrofat (gardener): [Edward R.] Wright; Jeffrey Geeup (coachman): Paul J. Bedford; Dick: Lindon; John (footman): [John] Sanders; James (footman): Morgan; Sam (groom): [William] Mitchenson; Peter (steward): Braithwaite; Thomas (porter): Aldridge; Bob (stable boy): Woodward Doctor Buzbee (master of "Birchin-House Academy"): Waye pupils of Doctor Buzbee's Academy Bowles: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Figgins: Miss Fleming; Pybus: Miss LeLacheur; Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur; Pepper: Miss Turner; Brown: Miss Brooks; Bunday: Miss Johnson; Sniffle: Miss Harrison; Walker: Miss Taylor Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding; Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Reference Cast

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. Celine
   Celeste

Simon Marrofat: Edward R.
   Wright

Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: John Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: William Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma
   Harding

Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. Edmund
   Laws

Phoebe Mayduke: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar


3) The Tipperary Legacy (31)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 26 Jan 1848, next 28 Jan 1848


28 Jan 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
27 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (33)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 27 Jan 1848, next 29 Jan 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (2)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 27 Jan 1848, next 29 Jan 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (32)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 27 Jan 1848, next 29 Jan 1848


29 Jan 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
27 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (34)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 28 Jan 1848, next 31 Jan 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (3)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 28 Jan 1848, next 31 Jan 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (33)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 28 Jan 1848, next 31 Jan 1848


31 Jan 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (35)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 29 Jan 1848, next 1 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (4)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 29 Jan 1848, next 1 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (34)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 29 Jan 1848, next 1 Feb 1848


1 Feb 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (36)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 31 Jan 1848, next 2 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (5)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 31 Jan 1848, next 2 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (35)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 31 Jan 1848, next 2 Feb 1848


2 Feb 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (37)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 1 Feb 1848, next 3 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (6)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 1 Feb 1848, next 3 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (36)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 1 Feb 1848, next 14 Feb 1848


3 Feb 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
3 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (38)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 2 Feb 1848, next 4 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (7)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 2 Feb 1848, next 4 Feb 1848

3) A Nabob for an Hour (4)

Performances first 2 Dec 1847, previous 4 Dec 1847, next 4 Feb 1848


4 Feb 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
3 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (39)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 3 Feb 1848, next 5 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (8)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 3 Feb 1848, next 5 Feb 1848

3) A Nabob for an Hour (5)

Performances first 2 Dec 1847, previous 3 Feb 1848, next 5 Feb 1848


5 Feb 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
3 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (40)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 4 Feb 1848, next 7 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (9)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 4 Feb 1848, next 7 Feb 1848

3) A Nabob for an Hour (6)

Performances first 2 Dec 1847, previous 4 Feb 1848


7 Feb 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
7 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (41)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 5 Feb 1848, next 8 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (10)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 5 Feb 1848, next 8 Feb 1848

3) Shocking Events (13)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 1 Dec 1847, next 8 Feb 1848


8 Feb 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
7 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (42)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 7 Feb 1848, next 9 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (11)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 7 Feb 1848, next 9 Feb 1848

3) Shocking Events (14)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 7 Feb 1848, next 9 Feb 1848


9 Feb 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
7 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (43)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 8 Feb 1848, next 10 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (12)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 8 Feb 1848, next 10 Feb 1848

3) Shocking Events (15)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 8 Feb 1848, next 10 Feb 1848


10 Feb 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
10 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (44)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 9 Feb 1848, next 11 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (13)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 9 Feb 1848, next 11 Feb 1848

3) Shocking Events (16)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 9 Feb 1848, next 11 Feb 1848

General Non-Title Information

Professor Hermann will begin short series of matinee performances of magic beginning February 14 at 2:00 pm


11 Feb 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
10 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (45)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 10 Feb 1848, next 12 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (14)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 10 Feb 1848, next 12 Feb 1848

3) Shocking Events (17)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 10 Feb 1848, next 12 Feb 1848


12 Feb 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
10 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (46)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 11 Feb 1848, next 14 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (15)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 11 Feb 1848, next 14 Feb 1848

3) Shocking Events (18)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 11 Feb 1848, next 16 Mar 1848


14 Feb 1848
Mon mat
Adelphi
14 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

Special Performance Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


14 Feb 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
14 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (47)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 12 Feb 1848, next 15 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (16)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 12 Feb 1848, next 15 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (37)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 2 Feb 1848, next 15 Feb 1848


15 Feb 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
14 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (48)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 14 Feb 1848, next 16 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (17)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 14 Feb 1848, next 16 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (38)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 14 Feb 1848, next 16 Feb 1848


16 Feb 1848
Wed mat
Adelphi
14 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

Special Performance Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


16 Feb 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
14 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (49)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 15 Feb 1848, next 17 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (18)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 15 Feb 1848, next 17 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (39)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 15 Feb 1848, next 17 Feb 1848


17 Feb 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
17 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (50)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 16 Feb 1848, next 18 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (19)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 16 Feb 1848, next 18 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (40)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 16 Feb 1848, next 18 Feb 1848


18 Feb 1848
Fri mat
Adelphi
14 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

Special Performance Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


18 Feb 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
17 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (51)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 17 Feb 1848, next 19 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (20)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 17 Feb 1848, next 19 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (41)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 17 Feb 1848, next 19 Feb 1848


19 Feb 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
17 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (52)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 18 Feb 1848, next 21 Feb 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (21)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 18 Feb 1848, next 21 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (42)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 18 Feb 1848, next 21 Feb 1848


21 Feb 1848
Mon mat
Adelphi
21 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

Special Performance Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


21 Feb 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
21 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (53)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 19 Feb 1848, next 22 Feb 1848

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1847)

OMITS attendant ladies: Mrs.
  Glennaire

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (22)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 19 Feb 1848, next 22 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (43)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 19 Feb 1848, next 22 Feb 1848


22 Feb 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
21 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (54)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 21 Feb 1848, next 23 Feb 1848

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1847)

OMITS attendant ladies: Mrs.
  Glennaire

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (23)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 21 Feb 1848, next 23 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (44)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 21 Feb 1848, next 23 Feb 1848


23 Feb 1848
Wed mat
Adelphi
21 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

Special Performance Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


23 Feb 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
21 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (55)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 22 Feb 1848, next 24 Feb 1848

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1847)

OMITS attendant ladies: Mrs.
  Glennaire

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (24)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 22 Feb 1848, next 24 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (45)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 22 Feb 1848, next 24 Feb 1848


24 Feb 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
24 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (56)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 23 Feb 1848, next 25 Feb 1848

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1847)

OMITS attendant ladies: Mrs.
  Glennaire

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (25)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 23 Feb 1848, next 25 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (46)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 23 Feb 1848, next 25 Feb 1848


25 Feb 1848
Fri mat
Adelphi
24 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

Special Performance Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


25 Feb 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
24 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (57)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 24 Feb 1848, next 26 Feb 1848

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1847)

OMITS attendant ladies: Mrs.
  Glennaire

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (26)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 24 Feb 1848, next 26 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (47)

Title Comment LTM bill says every MWF M. Hermann's Magic Matinee Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 24 Feb 1848, next 26 Feb 1848


26 Feb 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
24 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (58)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 25 Feb 1848, next 29 Feb 1848

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1847)

OMITS attendant ladies: Mrs.
  Glennaire

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (27)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 25 Feb 1848, next 28 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (48)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 25 Feb 1848, next 28 Feb 1848


28 Feb 1848
Mon mat
Adelphi
28 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

Special Performance Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


28 Feb 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
28 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (1)

Title Comment "By the author of The Green Bushes" AU: [John B. Buckstone], COMP: Edward F. Fitzwilliam, /Alfred Mellon

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, next 1 Mar 1848

Genre (melodrama) new and successful original drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith; Alfred (his friend): Boyce; Leybourne: Worrell; Linton: Morgan; Mayfield: Aldridge; Cheap John (a travelling auctioneer): [Edward R.] Wright; Headborough: Freeborn; Beadle: Lindon; Gilbert (a gamekeeper): Waye; villagers: [William] Mitchenson, Stevens, Butler; Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding Emma's handmaids Abigail: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Winifred: Miss Taylor bridesmaids: Miss Fleming, Miss Simpson, Miss Johnson, Miss LeLacheur gipsies, the Italian tribe Ishmael or the Wolf (a Zingaro): O. Smith; Pharos (his companion): Glennaire; Zingari: Conran, Thompson, Jones, Mrs. Emsley, Miss Harrison, Miss Aldridge; Cynthia (a Zingara, daughter of Ishmael): Mme. [Celine] Celeste the English tribe Lemuel (Gipsy boy): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; the Kinchin (Gipsy thief): Paul J. Bedford; the Nimmer: [John] Sanders; Reuben: Master Sydney; Hagar (an old Gipsy): Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Elspy: Miss Louise; Starlight Bess (basket-maker, fortune-teller, and ballad-singer): Miss Davenport (1st time here); Gipsies: Thomas, Lindon, Hunt, Miss Woulds, Mrs. Worrell, Miss Simpson, Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq, Miss LeLacheur, Miss C. LeLacheur, Miss Robins, Miss Ford, Miss Perkins, Miss T. Perkins, Miss Penson,

Cast Comment The bridesmaids are called "Mesdames," but we assume they are all Miss

Reference Cast

Captain Hugh Lavrock:
   Christopher J. Smith

Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: Edward R. Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
   William Mitchenson
   Stevens
   Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
   Miss Fleming
   Miss Simpson
   Miss Johnson
   Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
   Conran
   Thompson
   Jones
   Mrs. Emsley
   Miss Harrison
   Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. Celine Celeste
Lemuel: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: John Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
   Thomas
   Lindon
   Hunt
   Miss Woulds
   Mrs. Worrell
   Miss Simpson
   Miss Carlotta Leclercq
   Miss LeLacheur
   Miss C. LeLacheur
   Miss Robins
   Miss Ford
   Miss Perkins
   Miss T. Perkins
   Miss Penson

DIR: Mme. [Celine] Celeste

(dI,iii) Gipsy trio: Paul J. Bedford, Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar, Miss Davenport; (dII,iv) "The Gipsy Maid", Miss Davenport

(dII) Gipsy revelry--devotion of Cynthia; (dII) sunrise and a duel; (dIII,vi) a storm

I,i wood near the Cumberland Hills; I,ii boudoir of the Lady Agnes in Lavrock Hall; I,iii view near the lakes; I,iv a country church; II,i foot of the Skiddaw called Latrigg, or Skiddaw's Cub; II,ii sunrise--a lake scene; II,iii road to a country wake; II,iv the exterior of Lavrock Hall; II,v antique room in the hall; II,vi the forest; II,vii Gipsy encampment by moonlight; III,i the tent of Bess in the chesnut grove; III,ii lobby of a court house; III,iii a roadside; III,iv the court lobby; III,v the market place; III,vi mountain pass; III,vii wild retreat in the mountains

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (28)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 26 Feb 1848, next 29 Feb 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (49)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 26 Feb 1848, next 29 Feb 1848


29 Feb 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
28 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (59)

Title Comment "positively the last time [i.e., 3 March]" (bill) Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 26 Feb 1848, next 3 Mar 1848

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1847)

OMITS attendant ladies: Mrs.
  Glennaire

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (29)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 28 Feb 1848, next 1 Mar 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (50)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 28 Feb 1848, next 1 Mar 1848


1 Mar 1848
Wed mat
Adelphi
28 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

Special Performance Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


1 Mar 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
28 Feb 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (2)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 28 Feb 1848, next 2 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (30)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 29 Feb 1848, next 2 Mar 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (51)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 29 Feb 1848, next 2 Mar 1848


2 Mar 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
2 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (3)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 1 Mar 1848, next 4 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (31)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 1 Mar 1848, next 3 Mar 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (52)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 1 Mar 1848, next 3 Mar 1848


3 Mar 1848
Fri mat
Adelphi
2 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

Special Performance Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


3 Mar 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
2 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (60)

Performances first 20 Dec 1847, previous 29 Feb 1848

Cast as reference cast (20 Dec 1847)

OMITS attendant ladies: Mrs.
  Glennaire

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (32)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 2 Mar 1848, next 4 Mar 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (53)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 2 Mar 1848, next 4 Mar 1848


4 Mar 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
2 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (4)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 2 Mar 1848, next 6 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (33)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 3 Mar 1848, next 6 Mar 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (54)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 3 Mar 1848, next 6 Mar 1848


6 Mar 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
6 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (5)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 4 Mar 1848, next 7 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (34)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 4 Mar 1848, next 7 Mar 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (55)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 4 Mar 1848, next 7 Mar 1848


7 Mar 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
6 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (6)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 6 Mar 1848, next 9 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (35)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 6 Mar 1848, next 9 Mar 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (56)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 6 Mar 1848, next 9 Mar 1848


8 Mar 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi

DARK: Ash Wednesday


9 Mar 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
9 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (7)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 7 Mar 1848, next 10 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (36)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 7 Mar 1848, next 10 Mar 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (57)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 7 Mar 1848, next 10 Mar 1848


10 Mar 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
9 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (8)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 9 Mar 1848, next 11 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (37)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 9 Mar 1848, next 11 Mar 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (58)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 9 Mar 1848, next 11 Mar 1848


11 Mar 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
9 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (9)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 10 Mar 1848, next 13 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (38)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 10 Mar 1848, next 13 Mar 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (59)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 10 Mar 1848, next 13 Mar 1848


13 Mar 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
13 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (10)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 11 Mar 1848, next 14 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (39)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 11 Mar 1848, next 14 Mar 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (60)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 11 Mar 1848, next 14 Mar 1848


14 Mar 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
13 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (11)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 13 Mar 1848, next 15 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (40)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 13 Mar 1848, next 15 Mar 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (61)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 13 Mar 1848, next 15 Mar 1848


15 Mar 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
13 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (12)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 14 Mar 1848, next 16 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (41)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 14 Mar 1848, next 16 Mar 1848

3) The Tipperary Legacy (62)

Title Comment Times lists Nabob for an Hour here instead of this pc. Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 14 Mar 1848, next 16 May 1848


16 Mar 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
16 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (13)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 15 Mar 1848, next 17 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (42)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 15 Mar 1848, next 17 Mar 1848

3) Shocking Events (19)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 12 Feb 1848, next 17 Mar 1848

Time 2:00

Bill contains description of performances


17 Mar 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
16 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (14)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 16 Mar 1848, next 18 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (43)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 16 Mar 1848, next 18 Mar 1848

3) Shocking Events (20)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 16 Mar 1848, next 18 Mar 1848


18 Mar 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
16 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (15)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 17 Mar 1848, next 20 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (44)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 17 Mar 1848, next 20 Mar 1848

3) Shocking Events (21)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 17 Mar 1848, next 22 May 1848


20 Mar 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
20 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [Unknown], COMP: Alfred Mellon

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, next 21 Mar 1848

Genre (drama) new drama; 1 act, 3 scenes

First Night Cast

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford; Captain Belancour: Boyce; Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard; Pierre (Belancour's dumb servant): Mons. Paul Legrand; Guzzleman (the intendant of the Marquis): C[hristopher] J. Smith; Corney Casey (servant at the inn): Redmond Ryan; Gabbacio (innkeeper): Waye; Molino (miller): Glennaire; Juanna (daughter of the Marquis): Miss Emma Harding; Paquita (her attendant): Miss Turner

Reference Cast

Marquis Santiago: William
   Cullenford

Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: James H.
   Munyard

Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: Christopher J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

1. a mountain landscape with a Spanish vinta and mill of Molino; 2. the grounds of the castle; 3. the court yard, prison and dilapidated portion of the castle with a mountain pass

2) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (16)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 18 Mar 1848, next 21 Mar 1848

3) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (45)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 18 Mar 1848, next 21 Mar 1848


21 Mar 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
20 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (2)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 20 Mar 1848, next 22 Mar 1848

2) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (17)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 20 Mar 1848, next 22 Mar 1848

3) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (46)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 20 Mar 1848, next 22 Mar 1848


22 Mar 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
20 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (3)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 21 Mar 1848, next 23 Mar 1848

2) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (18)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 21 Mar 1848, next 23 Mar 1848

3) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (47)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 21 Mar 1848, next 23 Mar 1848


23 Mar 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
23 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (4)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 22 Mar 1848, next 24 Mar 1848

2) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (19)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 22 Mar 1848, next 24 Mar 1848

3) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (48)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 22 Mar 1848, next 24 Mar 1848


24 Mar 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
23 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (5)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 23 Mar 1848, next 25 Mar 1848

2) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (20)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 23 Mar 1848, next 25 Mar 1848

3) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (49)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 23 Mar 1848, next 25 Mar 1848


25 Mar 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
23 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (6)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 24 Mar 1848, next 27 Mar 1848

2) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (21)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 24 Mar 1848, next 27 Mar 1848

3) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (50)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 24 Mar 1848, next 27 Mar 1848


27 Mar 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
27 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (7)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 25 Mar 1848, next 28 Mar 1848

2) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (22)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 25 Mar 1848, next 28 Mar 1848

3) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (51)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 25 Mar 1848, next 28 Mar 1848


28 Mar 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
27 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (8)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 27 Mar 1848, next 29 Mar 1848

2) The Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! (23)

Performances first 28 Feb 1848, previous 27 Mar 1848

3) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (52)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 27 Mar 1848, next 29 Mar 1848


29 Mar 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
29 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: Thomas Parry, COMP: Alfred Mellon Au Comm Author's name on bill in MS

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, next 30 Mar 1848

Genre (drama) new and original drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes (1st time here); Reves (his steward): Lambert; Brassey Popjoy (an independent gentleman from London on a visit to the moors): [Edward R.] Wright; Trubbs (his groom): [James H.] Munyard; Peeps (proprietor of the "Temple of the Arts"): Paul J. Bedford; Caleb Kestrel (a travelling hawker): O. Smith; Rowland Brough (a farmer): [William] Cullenford; Frank Marldale (of the Willow Farm): Boyce; Job Smith (farrier and constable): Waye; Trackwell (a game-keeper): Glennaire; Swift (a valet): Lindon; Ralph: [Henry] Stoker; Grimes: Thomas; Joe: [John] Sanders; reapers: Morgan, Aldridge, Conran, Genge, Braithwaite, [E.?] St. Albyn; gleaners: Miss Harrison, Miss Hunt, Miss Aldridge, Miss Aubery, Mrs. Emsley; dancers: Mrs. Worrell, Miss Fleming, Miss Gilbert, Miss Louise, Miss Perkins, Miss Woulds, Miss Penson, Miss C. Perkins, Miss Johnson, Miss Simpson, Miss LeLacheur, Miss C. LeLacheur, Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq, Miss Bennett; farmers, gamekeepers: Butler, Stevens, Thomas; Amy: Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Mary Everett (Brough's niece): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Martha: Miss Turner

Cast Comment Hughes from the Surrey (see Blanchard's History, p. 7). An "H. Hughes" appeared very briefly in March 1844; this could have been Henry

Reference Cast

Cecil Derwent: Henry Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: Edward R.
   Wright

Trubbs: James H. Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: William
   Cullenford

Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: Henry Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: John Sanders
reapers:
   Morgan
   Aldridge
   Conran
   Genge
   Braithwaite
   E.? St. Albyn
gleaners:
   Miss Harrison
   Miss Hunt
   Miss Aldridge
   Miss Aubery
   Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
   Mrs. Worrell
   Miss Fleming
   Miss Gilbert
   Miss Louise
   Miss Perkins
   Miss Woulds
   Miss Penson
   Miss C. Perkins
   Miss Johnson
   Miss Simpson
   Miss LeLacheur
   Miss C. LeLacheur
   Miss Carlotta Leclercq
   Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
   Butler
   Stevens
   Thomas
Amy: Mme. Celine Celeste
Mary Everett: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

DIR: Mme. [Celine] Celeste

(dI) polka; (dI) country dance

rural festival of Harvest Home

I,i extensive cornfields in the North Riding, Yorkshire; I,ii a bridle way leading to the farm with part of the homestead; I,iii the farm kitchen--evening; II,i the library of Derwent Hall; II,ii exterior of farm with distant village; II,iii the Yorkshire moorlands; III,i the farm kitchen--morning; III,ii the outskirts of a small village; III,iii antique chamber; III,iv the conservatory and summer pavilion, Derwent Hall

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (53)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 28 Mar 1848, next 30 Mar 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (9)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 28 Mar 1848, next 30 Mar 1848


30 Mar 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
29 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (2)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 29 Mar 1848, next 31 Mar 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (54)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 29 Mar 1848, next 31 Mar 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (10)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 29 Mar 1848, next 31 Mar 1848


31 Mar 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
29 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (3)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 30 Mar 1848, next 1 Apr 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (55)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 30 Mar 1848, next 1 Apr 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (11)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 30 Mar 1848, next 1 Apr 1848


1 Apr 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
29 Mar 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (4)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 31 Mar 1848, next 3 Apr 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (56)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 31 Mar 1848, next 3 Apr 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (12)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 31 Mar 1848, next 3 Apr 1848


3 Apr 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
3 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (5)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 1 Apr 1848, next 4 Apr 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (57)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 1 Apr 1848, next 4 Apr 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (13)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 1 Apr 1848, next 4 Apr 1848


4 Apr 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
3 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (6)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 3 Apr 1848, next 5 Apr 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (58)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 3 Apr 1848, next 5 Apr 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (14)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 3 Apr 1848, next 5 Apr 1848


5 Apr 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
3 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (7)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 4 Apr 1848, next 6 Apr 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (59)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 4 Apr 1848, next 6 Apr 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (15)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 4 Apr 1848, next 6 Apr 1848


6 Apr 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
6 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (8)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 5 Apr 1848, next 7 Apr 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (60)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 5 Apr 1848, next 7 Apr 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (16)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 5 Apr 1848, next 7 Apr 1848


7 Apr 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
6 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (9)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 6 Apr 1848, next 8 Apr 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (61)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 6 Apr 1848, next 8 Apr 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (17)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 6 Apr 1848, next 8 Apr 1848


8 Apr 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
6 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (10)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 7 Apr 1848, next 10 Apr 1848

2) Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (62)

Performances first 27 Jan 1848, previous 7 Apr 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (18)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 7 Apr 1848, next 10 Apr 1848


10 Apr 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
10 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (11)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 8 Apr 1848, next 12 Apr 1848

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (1)

Title Comment 1st time since 13 March 1847 AU: Joseph S. Coyne

Performances first 10 Apr 1848, next 12 Apr 1848

Genre (farce) original farce

First Night Cast

Chesterfield Honeybun: [Edward R.] Wright; Isaac Crank: O. Smith; Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma Harding; Mrs. Crank: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Nurse: Mrs. Emsley

Reference Cast

Chesterfield Honeybun: Edward R.
   Wright

Isaac Crank: O. Smith
Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma
   Harding
Mrs. Crank: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Nurse: Mrs. Emsley

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (19)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 8 Apr 1848, next 12 Apr 1848


11 Apr 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi

DARK: Reason Unknown


12 Apr 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
10 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (12)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 10 Apr 1848, next 13 Apr 1848

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (2)

Performances first 10 Apr 1848, previous 10 Apr 1848, next 13 Apr 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (20)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 10 Apr 1848, next 13 Apr 1848


13 Apr 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
13 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (13)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 12 Apr 1848, next 14 Apr 1848

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (3)

Performances first 10 Apr 1848, previous 12 Apr 1848, next 14 Apr 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (21)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 12 Apr 1848, next 14 Apr 1848


14 Apr 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
13 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (14)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 13 Apr 1848, next 15 Apr 1848

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (4)

Performances first 10 Apr 1848, previous 13 Apr 1848, next 15 Apr 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (22)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 13 Apr 1848, next 15 Apr 1848


15 Apr 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
13 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (15)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 14 Apr 1848, next 24 Apr 1848

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (5)

Performances first 10 Apr 1848, previous 14 Apr 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (23)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 14 Apr 1848, next 24 Apr 1848


17 Apr 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
17 Apr 1848
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: Adams' Astronomy Lectures


18 Apr 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
18 Apr 1848
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: Adams' Astronomy Lectures


19 Apr 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
19 Apr 1848
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: Adams' Astronomy Lectures


20 Apr 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
20 Apr 1848
adv
Times

Special Performance Lent: Adams' Astronomy Lectures


21 Apr 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi

DARK: Good Friday


22 Apr 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
13 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

Special Performance Lent: Adams' Astronomy Lectures


24 Apr 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
24 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (16)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 15 Apr 1848, next 25 Apr 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: Joseph S. Coyne, COMP: Alfred Mellon Au Comm BILL: by the author of World of Dreams, Satanas, written expressly for Mme. [Celine] Celeste

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, next 25 Apr 1848

Genre (spectacle) new grand romantic and fairy spectacle

First Night Cast

Terragon (Gnome King): O. Smith; Malek (attendant imp): [William] Mitchenson; Yussuff (Grand Pasha): [William] Cullenford; Baba (Pasha's officer of state, guardian of harem): C[hristopher] J. Smith; Ibraham: Waye; Ottavio (young Italian painter): Boyce; Pietro Flamingo (Greek fisherman): [Edward R.] Wright; grand officers of the Pasha's court: [John] Sanders, Freeborn, Lindon, Thomas, Glennaire; Greek fishermen: Butler, Stevens; Aglea (child of air): Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Azurea (queen of air): Miss Turner; Hatagee: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Nicola (Greek peasant): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar ladies of the harem Abra: Miss Fleming; Leilah: Miss Penson; Fatima: Miss Taylor Greek girls of the ballet: Mrs. Worrell, Miss Gebbard, Miss LeLacheur, Miss C. LeLacheur, Miss Aldridge, Miss Simpson, Miss Johnson, Miss Perkins, Miss C. Perkins, Miss Louise; slaves of the Gnome King: Miss Harrison, Mrs. Emsley, Miss Aubery, Mrs. Hunt

Cast Comment Miss Gebbard quickly replaced by Miss Gilbert, but there is no way to prove there was an error on the bill

Reference Cast

Terragon: O. Smith
Malek: William Mitchenson
Yussuff: William Cullenford
Baba: Christopher J. Smith
Ibraham: Waye
Ottavio: Boyce
Pietro Flamingo: Edward R.
   Wright

grand officers of the Pasha's
   court:
   John Sanders
   Freeborn
   Lindon
   Thomas
   Glennaire
Greek fishermen:
   Butler
   Stevens
Aglea: Mme. Celine Celeste
Azurea: Miss Turner
Hatagee: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nicola: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar
Abra: Miss Fleming
Leilah: Miss Penson
Fatima: Miss Taylor
Greek girls of the ballet:
   Mrs. Worrell
   Miss LeLacheur
   Miss C. LeLacheur
   Miss Aldridge
   Miss Simpson
   Miss Johnson
   Miss Perkins
   Miss C. Perkins
   Miss Louise
   Miss Gilbert
slaves of the Gnome King:
   Miss Harrison
   Mrs. Emsley
   Miss Aubery
   Mrs. Hunt

DIR: Mme. [Celine] Celeste

opening chorus of Greek peasants

(dperf) dance of demons; Suliote dance; -Greek female slaves; fountain dance

the Fountain of Silver Waters; Aglea, the child of air, descends to Earth; appearance of Queen Azurea in a splendid star; grand procession to the mosque; gran denouement

1. Ruins of a Grecian temple in the island of Zea; 2. subterranean dominions of the demon; 3. a Greek town with a view of the Egean sea; 4. a painter's studio; 5. the pasha'a palace and hall of state; 6. chamber in the harem; 7. dungeons of the fortress; 8. antique apartment in a Greek mansion; 9. the Valley of the Silver Fountain

Extensive description of the legend of the drama on the bill

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (24)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 15 Apr 1848, next 25 Apr 1848


25 Apr 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
24 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (17)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 24 Apr 1848, next 26 Apr 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (2)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 24 Apr 1848, next 26 Apr 1848

Cast as reference cast (24 Apr 1848)

OMITS Greek girls of the ballet:
  Miss Gilbert

ADDS Greek girls of the ballet:
  Miss Gebbard

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (25)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 24 Apr 1848, next 26 Apr 1848


26 Apr 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
24 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (18)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 25 Apr 1848, next 27 Apr 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (3)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 25 Apr 1848, next 27 Apr 1848

Cast as reference cast (24 Apr 1848)

OMITS Greek girls of the ballet:
  Miss Gilbert

ADDS Greek girls of the ballet:
  Miss Gebbard

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (26)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 25 Apr 1848, next 27 Apr 1848


27 Apr 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
27 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (19)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 26 Apr 1848, next 28 Apr 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (4)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 26 Apr 1848, next 28 Apr 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (27)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 26 Apr 1848, next 28 Apr 1848


28 Apr 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
27 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (20)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 27 Apr 1848, next 29 Apr 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (5)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 27 Apr 1848, next 29 Apr 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (28)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 27 Apr 1848, next 29 Apr 1848


29 Apr 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
27 Apr 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (21)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 28 Apr 1848, next 1 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (6)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 28 Apr 1848, next 1 May 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (29)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 28 Apr 1848, next 1 May 1848


1 May 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
1 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (22)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 29 Apr 1848, next 2 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (7)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 29 Apr 1848, next 2 May 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (30)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 29 Apr 1848, next 2 May 1848


2 May 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
1 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (23)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 1 May 1848, next 3 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (8)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 1 May 1848, next 3 May 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (31)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 1 May 1848, next 3 May 1848


3 May 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
1 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (24)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 2 May 1848, next 4 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (9)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 2 May 1848, next 4 May 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (32)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 2 May 1848, next 4 May 1848


4 May 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
4 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (25)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 3 May 1848, next 5 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (10)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 3 May 1848, next 5 May 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (33)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 3 May 1848, next 5 May 1848


5 May 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
4 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (26)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 4 May 1848, next 6 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (11)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 4 May 1848, next 6 May 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (34)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 4 May 1848, next 6 May 1848


6 May 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
4 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (27)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 5 May 1848, next 8 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (12)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 5 May 1848, next 8 May 1848

3) The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (35)

Performances first 20 Mar 1848, previous 5 May 1848


8 May 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
8 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (28)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 6 May 1848, next 9 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (13)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 6 May 1848, next 9 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (24 Apr 1848)

BUT Pietro Flamingo: James H.
  Munyard

Hatagee: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Nicola: Miss Ellen Chaplin


9 May 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
8 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (29)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 8 May 1848, next 10 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (14)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 8 May 1848, next 11 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (24 Apr 1848)

BUT Pietro Flamingo: James H.
  Munyard

Hatagee: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Nicola: Miss Ellen Chaplin


10 May 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
10 May 1848
bill
HTC

Special Performance benefit: Mme. [Celine] Celeste

1) The Harvest Home (30)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 9 May 1848, next 11 May 1848

2) Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier (1)

AU: [Cofe]

Performances first 10 May 1848

Genre (comedy) laughable and successful new petite comedy; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Captain Sans-souci: [Benjamin N.] Webster (this occasion only); Duke de Sombreuse (governor of Verdun): Lambert; Count de Belville: Boyce; Colonel Amadou (Commander of the Garrison): Heslop; Margaret (Duchess de Sombreuse): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Helene de Montereau: Mme. [Celine] Celeste; Justine (waiting maid to the Duchess): Miss Ellen Chaplin; Madame Thibaut (hostess of the "white Horse"): Mrs. [Edmund] Laws

Reference Cast

Captain Sans-souci: Benjamin N.
   Webster

Duke de Sombreuse: Lambert
Count de Belville: Boyce
Colonel Amadou: Heslop
Margaret: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar
Helene de Montereau: Mme. Celine
   Celeste

Justine: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Madame Thibaut: Mrs. Edmund
   Laws


3) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (28)

Title Comment 2nd act only Performances first 18 Oct 1847, previous 17 Nov 1847

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1847)

BUT Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell


11 May 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
11 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (31)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 10 May 1848, next 12 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (15)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 9 May 1848, next 12 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (24 Apr 1848)

BUT Pietro Flamingo: James H.
  Munyard

Hatagee: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Nicola: Miss Ellen Chaplin


12 May 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
11 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (32)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 11 May 1848, next 13 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (16)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 11 May 1848, next 13 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (24 Apr 1848)

BUT Pietro Flamingo: James H.
  Munyard

Hatagee: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Nicola: Miss Ellen Chaplin


13 May 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
11 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (33)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 12 May 1848, next 15 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (17)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 12 May 1848, next 15 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (24 Apr 1848)

BUT Pietro Flamingo: James H.
  Munyard

Hatagee: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Nicola: Miss Ellen Chaplin


15 May 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
15 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (34)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 13 May 1848, next 16 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (18)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 13 May 1848, next 17 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (24 Apr 1848)

BUT Pietro Flamingo: James H.
  Munyard

Hatagee: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Nicola: Miss Ellen Chaplin


16 May 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
15 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (35)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 15 May 1848, next 17 May 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (63)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 15 Mar 1848, next 18 May 1848

3) The Double-bedded Room (2)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 1 Sep 1847, next 18 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Major Minus: Charles Selby


17 May 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
15 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (36)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 16 May 1848, next 18 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (19)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 15 May 1848, next 19 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (24 Apr 1848)

BUT Pietro Flamingo: James H.
  Munyard

Hatagee: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Nicola: Miss Ellen Chaplin


18 May 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
18 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (37)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 17 May 1848, next 19 May 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (64)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 16 May 1848, next 20 May 1848

3) The Double-bedded Room (3)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 16 May 1848, next 20 May 1848


19 May 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
18 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (38)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 18 May 1848, next 20 May 1848

2) The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (20)

Performances first 24 Apr 1848, previous 17 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (24 Apr 1848)

BUT Pietro Flamingo: James H.
  Munyard

Hatagee: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Nicola: Miss Ellen Chaplin


20 May 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
18 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (39)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 19 May 1848, next 22 May 1848

2) The Tipperary Legacy (65)

Performances first 6 Dec 1847, previous 18 May 1848

3) The Double-bedded Room (4)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 18 May 1848, next 7 Jun 1848


22 May 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
22 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (40)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 20 May 1848, next 23 May 1848

2) Going to the Derby (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever AU: [John M. Morton] Au Comm BILL: "new original farce by a popular author"

Performances first 22 May 1848, next 23 May 1848

Genre (farce) new and original farce

First Night Cast

Mr. Jeremiah Twiddle: [Edward R.] Wright; Mr. John James Chucks: Paul J. Bedford; Captain Nobble: Worrell; Sam (waiter at the "Spread Eagle"): [James H.] Munyard; Mrs. Twiddle: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Mrs. Chucks: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Mrs. Plummy (Sam's mother): Miss Brooks

Reference Cast

Mr. Jeremiah Twiddle: Edward R.
   Wright

Mr. John James Chucks: Paul J.
   Bedford

Captain Nobble: Worrell
Sam: James H. Munyard
Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin

Mrs. Chucks: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews

Mrs. Plummy: Miss Brooks

1. the "Spread Eagle" at Epsom on the Derby Day

3) Shocking Events (22)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 18 Mar 1848, next 23 May 1848


23 May 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
22 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (41)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 22 May 1848, next 24 May 1848

2) Going to the Derby (2)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 22 May 1848, next 24 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Shocking Events (23)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 22 May 1848, next 24 May 1848


24 May 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
22 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (42)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 23 May 1848, next 25 May 1848

2) Going to the Derby (3)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 23 May 1848, next 25 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Shocking Events (24)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 23 May 1848, next 25 May 1848


25 May 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
25 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (43)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 24 May 1848, next 26 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Job Smith: Christopher J.
  Smith

2) Going to the Derby (4)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 24 May 1848, next 26 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Shocking Events (25)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 24 May 1848, next 26 May 1848


26 May 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
25 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (44)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 25 May 1848, next 27 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Job Smith: Christopher J.
  Smith

2) Going to the Derby (5)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 25 May 1848, next 27 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Shocking Events (26)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 25 May 1848, next 27 May 1848


27 May 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
25 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (45)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 26 May 1848, next 30 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Job Smith: Christopher J.
  Smith

2) Going to the Derby (6)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 26 May 1848, next 30 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Shocking Events (27)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 26 May 1848, next 30 May 1848


29 May 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi

DARK: Death of Princess Sophia


30 May 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
30 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (46)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 27 May 1848, next 31 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Job Smith: Christopher J.
  Smith

2) Going to the Derby (7)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 27 May 1848, next 31 May 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Shocking Events (28)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 27 May 1848, next 31 May 1848


31 May 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
30 May 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (47)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 30 May 1848, next 1 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Job Smith: Christopher J.
  Smith

2) Going to the Derby (8)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 30 May 1848, next 1 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Shocking Events (29)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 30 May 1848, next 1 Jun 1848


1 Jun 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
1 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (48)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 31 May 1848, next 2 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Job Smith: Christopher J.
  Smith

2) Going to the Derby (9)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 31 May 1848, next 2 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Shocking Events (30)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 31 May 1848, next 2 Jun 1848


2 Jun 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
1 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (49)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 1 Jun 1848, next 3 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Job Smith: Christopher J.
  Smith

2) Going to the Derby (10)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 1 Jun 1848, next 3 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Shocking Events (31)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 1 Jun 1848, next 3 Jun 1848


3 Jun 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
1 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (50)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 2 Jun 1848, next 5 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Job Smith: Christopher J.
  Smith

2) Going to the Derby (11)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 2 Jun 1848, next 5 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Shocking Events (32)

Performances first 18 Nov 1847, previous 2 Jun 1848


5 Jun 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
5 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

Special Performance benefit: Miss Woolgar

1) The Harvest Home (51)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 3 Jun 1848, next 7 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Job Smith: Christopher J.
  Smith

2) Going to the Derby (12)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 3 Jun 1848, next 7 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (75)

Title Comment this night only Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 11 Dec 1847

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1847)

BUT Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox


6 Jun 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi

DARK: Funeral of Princess Sophia


7 Jun 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
5 Jun 1848
bill
LTM

1) The Harvest Home (52)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 5 Jun 1848, next 8 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Job Smith: Christopher J.
  Smith

2) Going to the Derby (13)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 5 Jun 1848, next 8 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) The Double-bedded Room (5)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 20 May 1848, next 8 Jun 1848


8 Jun 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
8 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

Source Comment Texas bill indicates that it was a benefit--others do not Special Performance benefit: Miss Fleming

1) The Harvest Home (53)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 7 Jun 1848, next 9 Jun 1848

2) Going to the Derby (14)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 7 Jun 1848, next 9 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) The Double-bedded Room (6)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 7 Jun 1848, next 9 Jun 1848

General Non-Title Information

character hornpipe (from Waggery in Wapping): Miss Fleming, Miss Louise hornpipe this night only; The bill says Wags of Wapping, but it is assumed T. J. Dibdin's 1816 play is meant; admired mazourka: Miss Fleming; mazourka arranged by Mme. [Celine] Celeste, Thursday night only

scene from Taming a Tartar with admired mazourka listed above


9 Jun 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
8 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (54)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 8 Jun 1848, next 10 Jun 1848

2) Going to the Derby (15)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 8 Jun 1848, next 10 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) The Double-bedded Room (7)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 8 Jun 1848, next 10 Jun 1848


10 Jun 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
8 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (55)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 9 Jun 1848, next 12 Jun 1848

2) Going to the Derby (16)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 9 Jun 1848, next 12 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 May 1848)

BUT Mrs. Twiddle: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) The Double-bedded Room (8)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 9 Jun 1848, next 12 Jun 1848


12 Jun 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
12 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (56)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 10 Jun 1848, next 13 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (17)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 10 Jun 1848, next 13 Jun 1848

3) The Double-bedded Room (9)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 10 Jun 1848, next 13 Jun 1848


13 Jun 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
12 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (57)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 12 Jun 1848, next 14 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (18)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 12 Jun 1848, next 14 Jun 1848

3) The Double-bedded Room (10)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 12 Jun 1848, next 14 Jun 1848


14 Jun 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
12 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (58)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 13 Jun 1848, next 15 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (19)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 13 Jun 1848, next 15 Jun 1848

3) The Double-bedded Room (11)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 13 Jun 1848, next 15 Jun 1848


15 Jun 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
15 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (59)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 14 Jun 1848, next 16 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (20)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 14 Jun 1848, next 16 Jun 1848

3) The Double-bedded Room (12)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 14 Jun 1848, next 16 Jun 1848


16 Jun 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
15 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (60)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 15 Jun 1848, next 17 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (21)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 15 Jun 1848, next 17 Jun 1848

3) The Double-bedded Room (13)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 15 Jun 1848, next 17 Jun 1848


17 Jun 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
15 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (61)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 16 Jun 1848, next 19 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (22)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 16 Jun 1848, next 19 Jun 1848

3) The Double-bedded Room (14)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 16 Jun 1848, next 19 Jun 1848


19 Jun 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
19 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (62)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 17 Jun 1848, next 20 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (23)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 17 Jun 1848, next 20 Jun 1848

3) The Double-bedded Room (15)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 17 Jun 1848, next 21 Jun 1848


20 Jun 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
20 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

Special Performance benefit: G. Glennaire

1) The Harvest Home (63)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 19 Jun 1848, next 21 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (24)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 19 Jun 1848, next 21 Jun 1848

3) Love and Folly; or, The Three Lovers (1)

CHOR: Herr Deulin

Performances first 20 Jun 1848

Genre (ballet) comic ballet

First Night Cast

Fenick (a foppish lord): Herr Deulin; Jacques (father to Jeannette): C[hristopher] J. Smith; Henri (a young soldier): [William] Mitchenson; Popolius Madpate (in love with Jeannette): Glennaire; Jeannette: Miss Fleming

Reference Cast

Fenick: Herr Deulin
Jacques: Christopher J. Smith
Henri: William Mitchenson
Popolius Madpate: Glennaire
Jeannette: Miss Fleming


21 Jun 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
19 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (64)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 20 Jun 1848, next 22 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (25)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 20 Jun 1848, next 22 Jun 1848

3) The Double-bedded Room (16)

Performances first 1 Sep 1847, previous 19 Jun 1848


22 Jun 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
22 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (65)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 21 Jun 1848, next 23 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (26)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 21 Jun 1848, next 23 Jun 1848

3) The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (1)

Title Comment every evening, Tuesday excepted AU: [P. P. O'Callaghan]

Performances first 22 Jun 1848, next 23 Jun 1848

Genre (burletta) admired farce

First Night Cast

Sir Charles Courtall: Boyce; Sharp: [James H.] Munyard; Truss: [John] Sanders; John: Lindon; Thomas: Thomas; La Broche: Waye; Lady Courtall: Miss Emma Harding; Grace: Miss Ellen Chaplin

Reference Cast

Sir Charles Courtall: Boyce
Sharp: James H. Munyard
Truss: John Sanders
John: Lindon
Thomas: Thomas
La Broche: Waye
Lady Courtall: Miss Emma
   Harding

Grace: Miss Ellen Chaplin


23 Jun 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
22 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (66)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 22 Jun 1848, next 24 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (27)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 22 Jun 1848, next 24 Jun 1848

3) The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (2)

Performances first 22 Jun 1848, previous 22 Jun 1848, next 24 Jun 1848


24 Jun 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
22 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (67)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 23 Jun 1848, next 26 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (28)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 23 Jun 1848, next 26 Jun 1848

3) The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (3)

Performances first 22 Jun 1848, previous 23 Jun 1848, next 26 Jun 1848


26 Jun 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
26 Jun 1848
bill
LTM

1) The Harvest Home (68)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 24 Jun 1848, next 27 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (29)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 24 Jun 1848, next 27 Jun 1848

3) The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (4)

Title Comment every evening, Tuesday excepted Performances first 22 Jun 1848, previous 24 Jun 1848, next 28 Jun 1848


27 Jun 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
26 Jun 1848
bill
LTM

1) The Harvest Home (69)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 26 Jun 1848, next 28 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (30)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 26 Jun 1848, next 28 Jun 1848

3) The Happy Man (1)

AU: [Samuel Lover]

Performances first 27 Jun 1848, next 4 Jul 1848

Genre (extravaganza) favorite extravaganza; 1 act, 2 scenes

First Night Cast

Ram-Rusti (the resolute): Heslop; Foxi-Fum (the crafty): [William] Cullenford; Ski-Hi (the star gazer): C[hristopher] J. Smith; Run-Phaster (the active): [William] Mitchenson; Catch'em: Lindon; Paddy Murphy (the happy man): Redmond Ryan; Ko-Ket (the man catcher): Miss Ellen Chaplin; Sing-Samhi: Miss Penson

Reference Cast

Ram-Rusti: Heslop
Foxi-Fum: William Cullenford
Ski-Hi: Christopher J. Smith
Run-Phaster: William Mitchenson
Catch'em: Lindon
Paddy Murphy: Redmond Ryan
Ko-Ket: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Sing-Samhi: Miss Penson


28 Jun 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
26 Jun 1848
bill
LTM

1) The Harvest Home (70)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 27 Jun 1848, next 29 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (31)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 27 Jun 1848, next 29 Jun 1848

3) The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (5)

Performances first 22 Jun 1848, previous 26 Jun 1848, next 29 Jun 1848

General Non-Title Information

incidental dance: -corps de ballet


29 Jun 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
29 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (71)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 28 Jun 1848, next 30 Jun 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (32)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 28 Jun 1848, next 30 Jun 1848

3) The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (6)

Performances first 22 Jun 1848, previous 28 Jun 1848, next 30 Jun 1848


30 Jun 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
29 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (72)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 29 Jun 1848, next 1 Jul 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (33)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 29 Jun 1848, next 1 Jul 1848

3) The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (7)

Performances first 22 Jun 1848, previous 29 Jun 1848, next 1 Jul 1848


1 Jul 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
29 Jun 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (73)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 30 Jun 1848, next 3 Jul 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (34)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 30 Jun 1848, next 3 Jul 1848

3) The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (8)

Performances first 22 Jun 1848, previous 30 Jun 1848, next 11 Jul 1848


3 Jul 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
3 Jul 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (74)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 1 Jul 1848, next 4 Jul 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (35)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 1 Jul 1848, next 4 Jul 1848

3) Deaf as a Post (1)

Title Comment Monday only AU: [John Poole]

Performances first 3 Jul 1848

Genre (farce) laughable farce

First Night Cast

Mr. Walton: [William] Cullenford; Captain Templeton: Boyce; Tristram Sappy, Esq.: [James H.] Munyard; Crupper: Waye; galop: Lindon; Sophy Walton: Miss Turner; Amy Templeton: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Mrs. Plumpley: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Sally Maggs: Miss Ellen Chaplin

Reference Cast

Mr. Walton: William Cullenford
Captain Templeton: Boyce
Tristram Sappy, Esq.: James H.
   Munyard

Crupper: Waye
galop: Lindon
Sophy Walton: Miss Turner
Amy Templeton: Miss Marian A.
   Taylor

Mrs. Plumpley: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Sally Maggs: Miss Ellen Chaplin


4 Jul 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
3 Jul 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (75)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 3 Jul 1848, next 5 Jul 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (36)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 3 Jul 1848, next 5 Jul 1848

3) The Happy Man (2)

Performances first 27 Jun 1848, previous 27 Jun 1848, next 5 Jul 1848


5 Jul 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
3 Jul 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (76)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 4 Jul 1848, next 6 Jul 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (37)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 4 Jul 1848, next 6 Jul 1848

3) The Happy Man (3)

Performances first 27 Jun 1848, previous 4 Jul 1848, next 6 Jul 1848


6 Jul 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
6 Jul 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (77)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 5 Jul 1848, next 7 Jul 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (38)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 5 Jul 1848, next 7 Jul 1848

3) The Happy Man (4)

Performances first 27 Jun 1848, previous 5 Jul 1848, next 7 Jul 1848


7 Jul 1848
Fri eve
Adelphi
6 Jul 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (78)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 6 Jul 1848, next 8 Jul 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (39)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 6 Jul 1848, next 8 Jul 1848

3) The Happy Man (5)

Performances first 27 Jun 1848, previous 6 Jul 1848, next 8 Jul 1848


8 Jul 1848
Sat eve
Adelphi
6 Jul 1848
bill
HTC

1) The Harvest Home (79)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 7 Jul 1848, next 10 Jul 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (40)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 7 Jul 1848, next 10 Jul 1848

3) The Happy Man (6)

Performances first 27 Jun 1848, previous 7 Jul 1848, next 10 Jul 1848


10 Jul 1848
Mon eve
Adelphi
10 Jul 1848
bill
DFo

1) The Harvest Home (80)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 8 Jul 1848, next 11 Jul 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (41)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 8 Jul 1848, next 12 Jul 1848

3) The Happy Man (7)

Performances first 27 Jun 1848, previous 8 Jul 1848, next 11 Jul 1848


11 Jul 1848
Tue eve
Adelphi
10 Jul 1848
bill
DFo

1) The Harvest Home (81)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 10 Jul 1848, next 12 Jul 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (9)

Performances first 22 Jun 1848, previous 1 Jul 1848

Cast as reference cast (22 Jun 1848)

BUT Grace: Miss Turner

3) The Happy Man (8)

Performances first 27 Jun 1848, previous 10 Jul 1848, next 12 Jul 1848


12 Jul 1848
Wed eve
Adelphi
10 Jul 1848
bill
DFo

1) The Harvest Home (82)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 11 Jul 1848, next 13 Jul 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (42)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 10 Jul 1848, next 13 Jul 1848

3) The Happy Man (9)

Performances first 27 Jun 1848, previous 11 Jul 1848, next 13 Jul 1848


13 Jul 1848
Thu eve
Adelphi
10 Jul 1848
bill
DFo

1) The Harvest Home (83)

Performances first 29 Mar 1848, previous 12 Jul 1848

Cast as reference cast (29 Mar 1848)

BUT Mary Everett: Miss Marian A.
  Taylor

2) Going to the Derby (43)

Performances first 22 May 1848, previous 12 Jul 1848

3) The Happy Man (10)

Performances first 27 Jun 1848, previous 12 Jul 1848

Theatre Information

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Dooors open 6:30, curtain 7:00, half price 9:00.

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

Seasonal Dates

1 September 1847 - 13 July 1848 274 performances: 9 matinee, 265 evening

Dark (7): Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1847)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1847)
Ash Wednesday (8 Mar 1848)
Reason Unknown (11 Apr 1848)
Good Friday (21 Apr 1848)
Death of Princess Sophia (29 May 1848)
Funeral of Princess Sophia (6 Jun 1848)
Lent (5): Adams' Astronomy Lectures (17 Apr 1848, 18 Apr 1848, 19 Apr 1848, 20 Apr 1848, 22 Apr 1848)
Occasional (9): M. Herrman's Matinee Magic (14 Feb 1848, 16 Feb 1848, 18 Feb 1848, 21 Feb 1848, 23 Feb 1848, 25 Feb 1848, 28 Feb 1848, 1 Mar 1848, 3 Mar 1848)
benefit (4): Mme. [Celine] Celeste (10 May 1848)
Miss Woolgar (5 Jun 1848)
Miss Fleming (8 Jun 1848)
G. Glennaire (20 Jun 1848)

Theatre Management And Functionaries

Authors

Buckstone, John B. Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! The (28 Feb 1848)
Green Bushes, The (18 Oct 1847)
Shocking Events (18 Nov 1847)
Cofe Flying Colours (10 May 1848)
Coyne, Joseph S. Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (10 Apr 1848)
Fountain of Zea, The (24 Apr 1848)
How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (1 Sep 1847)
Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848)
This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847)
Tipperary Legacy, The (6 Dec 1847)
Lover, Samuel Happy Man, The (27 Jun 1848)
Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847)
Morton, John M. Double-bedded Room, The (1 Sep 1847)
Going to the Derby (22 May 1848)
Morton, Thomas, Jr. "Seeing Wright" (2 Sep 1847)
O'Callaghan, P. P. Married Bachelor, The (22 Jun 1848)
Parry, Thomas Harvest Home, The (29 Mar 1848)
Peake, Richard B. Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847)
Poole, John Deaf as a Post (3 Jul 1848)
Nabob for an Hour, A (2 Dec 1847)
Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847)
Rodwell, James T. More Blunders Than One (17 Sep 1847)
Selby, Charles Pearl of the Ocean, The (20 Dec 1847)
Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847)
Unknown Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War, The (20 Mar 1848)
Webster, Benjamin N. Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (27 Dec 1847)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Fitzwilliam, Edward F. Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! The (28 Feb 1848)
Green Bushes, The (18 Oct 1847)
Holmes Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847)
Mellon, Alfred Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War, The (20 Mar 1848)
Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! The (28 Feb 1848)
Fountain of Zea, The (24 Apr 1848)
Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847)
Green Bushes, The (18 Oct 1847)
Harvest Home, The (29 Mar 1848)
Pearl of the Ocean, The (20 Dec 1847)
Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (27 Dec 1847)

Choreographers

Celeste, Mme. Celine Pearl of the Ocean, The (20 Dec 1847)
Deulin, Herr Love and Folly (20 Jun 1848)

Actors

Aldridge

Mayfield (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); fishermen (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); reapers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Thomas (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); notary (27) in Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (27 Dec 1847 - 26 Jan 1848); Macbeth (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Bedford, Paul J.

the Kinchin (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Marques di Mincio (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Mr. John James Chucks (43) in Going to the Derby (22 May 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Jack Gong (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Peeps (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Jeffrey Geeup (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); Muleypuleyfooleybeg (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Scrubs (40) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847); Mr. Christopher Violet (6) in Seeing Wright (2 Sep 1847 - 8 Sep 1847); Kickerwhiski (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Othello (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848); Lanty Scrimmage (65) in Tipperary Legacy (6 Dec 1847 - 20 May 1848)

Boyce

Captain Belancour (35) in Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (20 Mar 1848 - 6 May 1848); Captain Templeton (1) in Deaf as a Post (3 Jul 1848); Alfred (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Count de Belville (1) in Flying Colours (10 May 1848); Ottavio (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); Fitzgerald O'Carrol (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Connor O'Kennedy (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Frank Marldale (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Sir Charles Courtall (9) in Married Bachelor (22 Jun 1848 - 11 Jul 1848); Harry Stanley (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847)

Braithwaite

fishermen (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); reapers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Peter (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848)

Butler

villagers (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Greek fishermen (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); Domeneque (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); farmers, gamekeepers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Polish noblemen (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Touchstone (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Conran

Zingari (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); fishermen (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); reapers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Richard the Third (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Cox

postman (26) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (9 Nov 1847 - 5 Jun 1848)

Cullenford, William

Marquis Santiago (35) in Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (20 Mar 1848 - 6 May 1848); Mr. Walton (1) in Deaf as a Post (3 Jul 1848); Spigot (16) in Double-bedded Room (1 Sep 1847 - 21 Jun 1848); Yussuff (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); Donovan (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Dennis (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Foxi-Fum (10) in Happy Man (27 Jun 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Rowland Brough (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Witherton (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847); Grimgrowlino (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Colonel Thunder (40) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847); Strelenski (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Grimshaw (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848); Chubblock (65) in Tipperary Legacy (6 Dec 1847 - 20 May 1848)

Deulin, Herr

Fenick (1) in Love and Folly (20 Jun 1848)

Freeborn

Headborough (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); grand officers of the Pasha's court (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); the grand sultan (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Ticho (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Polish noblemen (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); King John (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Genge

fishermen (9) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 27 Nov 1847); reapers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848)

George

fishermen (12) in Gabrielli (29 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847)

Glennaire

Molino (35) in Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (20 Mar 1848 - 6 May 1848); Pharos (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); grand officers of the Pasha's court (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); the devil (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); farmer (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); servant to Madame St. Aubert (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Trackwell (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Popolius Madpate (1) in Love and Folly (20 Jun 1848); Hamet (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Cassandra (27) in Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (27 Dec 1847 - 26 Jan 1848); Jack Flannerty (40) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847); Cossacks (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Falstaff (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Hamblin

fishermen (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848)

Heslop

Colonel Amadou (1) in Flying Colours (10 May 1848); Ram-Rusti (10) in Happy Man (27 Jun 1848 - 13 Jul 1848)

Howe

Shan Dhu, or Dark John (15) in Rory O'More (16 Sep 1847 - 2 Oct 1847)

Hudson, James

Larry (1) in More Blunders Than One (17 Sep 1847); Rory O'More (40) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847)

Hughes, Henry

Cecil Derwent (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848)

Hunt

Gipsies (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848)

Jones

Zingari (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); fishermen (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847)

Lambert

Mr. Dulcimer Pipes (16) in Double-bedded Room (1 Sep 1847 - 21 Jun 1848); Duke de Sombreuse (1) in Flying Colours (10 May 1848); Captain Charmigny (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Reves (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Old Melborne (1) in More Blunders Than One (17 Sep 1847); Sam Hobbs (6) in Nabob for an Hour (2 Dec 1847 - 5 Feb 1848); Major Snapdragon (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); Colonel Hardy (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847); Mr. Anthony Hookey (6) in Seeing Wright (2 Sep 1847 - 8 Sep 1847); Griffinhoof (32) in Shocking Events (18 Nov 1847 - 3 Jun 1848); William Shakspeare (9) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (16 Sep 1847 - 25 Sep 1847)

Legrand, Mons. Paul

Pierre (35) in Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (20 Mar 1848 - 6 May 1848); Pierrot (27) in Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (27 Dec 1847 - 26 Jan 1848)

Lindon

galop (1) in Deaf as a Post (3 Jul 1848); Beadle (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Gipsies (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); grand officers of the Pasha's court (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); Tim (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Ned Keogh (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Catch'em (10) in Happy Man (27 Jun 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Swift (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Barney Twill (26) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (9 Nov 1847 - 5 Jun 1848); postman (49) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (1 Sep 1847 - 6 Nov 1847); John (9) in Married Bachelor (22 Jun 1848 - 11 Jul 1848); Dick (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); servant (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847); gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Bill Jones (40) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847); Cossacks (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Master Slender (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Mitchenson, William

villagers (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Malek (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); Punch (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Little Bear (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Run-Phaster (10) in Happy Man (27 Jun 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); waiter (75) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (1 Sep 1847 - 5 Jun 1848); Henri (1) in Love and Folly (20 Jun 1848); Sam (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); Zippyzugzag (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); doctor (27) in Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (27 Dec 1847 - 26 Jan 1848); Cossacks (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Francis (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Morgan

Linton (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); fishermen (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Tim O'Toole (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Tom Williams (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); reapers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); James (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Prospero (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Munyard, James H.

Don Domingo Muggiero (35) in Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (20 Mar 1848 - 6 May 1848); Tristram Sappy, Esq. (1) in Deaf as a Post (3 Jul 1848); Pietro Flamingo (8) in Fountain of Zea (8 May 1848 - 19 May 1848); Giacomelli (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Sam (43) in Going to the Derby (22 May 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Trubbs (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Jacob Brown (75) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (1 Sep 1847 - 5 Jun 1848); Sharp (9) in Married Bachelor (22 Jun 1848 - 11 Jul 1848); Dick Dumpy (6) in Nabob for an Hour (2 Dec 1847 - 5 Feb 1848); Pongowongo (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Puggs (32) in Shocking Events (18 Nov 1847 - 3 Jun 1848); Ivan (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Hamlet (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848); Bob Gills (65) in Tipperary Legacy (6 Dec 1847 - 20 May 1848)

Ryan, Redmond

Corney Casey (35) in Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (20 Mar 1848 - 6 May 1848); Paddy Murphy (10) in Happy Man (27 Jun 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Barney Twill (49) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (1 Sep 1847 - 6 Nov 1847)

Sanders, John

the Nimmer (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); grand officers of the Pasha's court (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); Harlequin (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Paddy Kelly (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Joe (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Truss (9) in Married Bachelor (22 Jun 1848 - 11 Jul 1848); Trap (1) in More Blunders Than One (17 Sep 1847); John (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Soldering Solomon (40) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847); Ghost (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848); policeman (65) in Tipperary Legacy (6 Dec 1847 - 20 May 1848)

Selby, Charles

Major Minus (2) in Double-bedded Room (1 Sep 1847 - 16 May 1848); De Welskein (40) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847)

Smith, Christopher J.

Guzzleman (35) in Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (20 Mar 1848 - 6 May 1848); Major Minus (14) in Double-bedded Room (18 May 1848 - 21 Jun 1848); Captain Hugh Lavrock (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Baba (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); Finisterre (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Rattlesnake (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Ski-Hi (10) in Happy Man (27 Jun 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Job Smith (10) in Harvest Home (25 May 1848 - 7 Jun 1848); Jacques (1) in Love and Folly (20 Jun 1848); Simon (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847); Hagalina (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Polichinello (27) in Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (27 Dec 1847 - 26 Jan 1848); Monsieur Coupee (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Shylock (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Smith, O.

Isaac Crank (5) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (10 Apr 1848 - 15 Apr 1848); Ishmael or the Wolf (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Terragon (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); Balthazar Valdarne (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Wild Murtogh (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Caleb Kestrel (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Grasp (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847); Shan Dhu, or Dark John (25) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847); William Shakspeare (78) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

St. Albyn, E.?

reapers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848)

Stevens

villagers (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Greek fishermen (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); farmers, gamekeepers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848)

Stoker, Henry

George O'Kennedy (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Ralph (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Frank Hardy (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847); Beppo (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848)

Sydney

gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848)

Sydney, Master

Reuben (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Cupid (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Prince Arthur (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Thomas

Gipsies (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); grand officers of the Pasha's court (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); fishermen (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Darby Donovan (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); servant to George (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Grimes (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); farmers, gamekeepers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Thomas (9) in Married Bachelor (22 Jun 1848 - 11 Jul 1848); Stanley (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847); gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Caliban (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Thompson

Zingari (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848)

Waye

Gabbacio (35) in Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (20 Mar 1848 - 6 May 1848); Crupper (1) in Deaf as a Post (3 Jul 1848); Gilbert (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Ibraham (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); Hoolagan (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Larry (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Job Smith (73) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); La Broche (9) in Married Bachelor (22 Jun 1848 - 11 Jul 1848); Doctor Buzbee (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); Doubledot (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847); Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Pierre (40) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847); Polish noblemen (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Polonius (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Webster, Benjamin N.

Captain Sans-souci (1) in Flying Colours (10 May 1848)

Woodward

Bob (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848)

Worrell

Joseph (16) in Double-bedded Room (1 Sep 1847 - 21 Jun 1848); Leybourne (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Major Dunmore (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Captain Nobble (43) in Going to the Derby (22 May 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Captain Dartois (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Young Melborne (1) in More Blunders Than One (17 Sep 1847); Mr. Frampton (6) in Nabob for an Hour (2 Dec 1847 - 5 Feb 1848); Somers (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847); Kotokikiki (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); De Lacy (40) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847); Captain Spoff (32) in Shocking Events (18 Nov 1847 - 3 Jun 1848); Count Crackovieninski (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Tiffin (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Wright, Edward R.

Chesterfield Honeybun (5) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (10 Apr 1848 - 15 Apr 1848); Cheap John (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Pietro Flamingo (12) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 6 May 1848); Bob Bit (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Mr. Jeremiah Twiddle (43) in Going to the Derby (22 May 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Muster Grinnidge (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Brassey Popjoy (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Whittington Widgetts (75) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (1 Sep 1847 - 5 Jun 1848); Simon Marrofat (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); Paul Pry (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847); Winkiwhiski (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); John Downy (6) in Seeing Wright (2 Sep 1847 - 8 Sep 1847); Masourki (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Mr. Chatterton Chopkins (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848); Turnem Green (65) in Tipperary Legacy (6 Dec 1847 - 20 May 1848)

Actresses

Aldridge, Miss

Zingari (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Greek girls of the ballet (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); dancers (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); gleaners (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Fleur de Rose (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Audrey (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Aubery, Miss

slaves of the Gnome King (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); masks (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); gleaners (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848)

Bell, Miss

dancers (18) in Gabrielli (22 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Louise (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); fairies (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Bennett, Miss

dancers (3) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 20 Nov 1847); dancers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848)

Brooks, Miss

Signora D'Ossuna (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Mrs. Plummy (43) in Going to the Derby (22 May 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Letty (1) in More Blunders Than One (17 Sep 1847); Brown (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Nelly (40) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847); Dame Quickly (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Celeste, Mme. Celine

Cynthia (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Helene de Montereau (1) in Flying Colours (10 May 1848); Aglea (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); Gabrielli (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Miami (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Madame St. Aubert (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Amy (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Adrien de Montgeron (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); Coralie (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Masourka (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847)

Chaplin, Miss Ellen

Sally Maggs (1) in Deaf as a Post (3 Jul 1848); Nancy Spigot (16) in Double-bedded Room (1 Sep 1847 - 21 Jun 1848); Justine (1) in Flying Colours (10 May 1848); Hatagee (12) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 6 May 1848); Nicola (8) in Fountain of Zea (8 May 1848 - 19 May 1848); Mrs. Twiddle (27) in Going to the Derby (12 Jun 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Ko-Ket (10) in Happy Man (27 Jun 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Grace (8) in Married Bachelor (22 Jun 1848 - 1 Jul 1848); Foratina (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Betty (40) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847); Kitty (32) in Shocking Events (18 Nov 1847 - 3 Jun 1848); Yelva (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Desdemona (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848); Lizzy Chubblock (49) in Tipperary Legacy (30 Dec 1847 - 20 May 1848)

Davenport, Miss

Starlight Bess (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848)

Emsley, Miss

Christoline (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848)

Emsley, Mrs.

Nurse (5) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (10 Apr 1848 - 15 Apr 1848); Zingari (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); slaves of the Gnome King (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); masks (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); gleaners (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Fairy Gourmande (24) in Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (30 Dec 1847 - 26 Jan 1848); Ariel (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Fleming, Miss

bridesmaids (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Abra (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); the sultana (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); dancers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Jeannette (1) in Love and Folly (20 Jun 1848); Figgins (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Pierrette (27) in Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (27 Dec 1847 - 26 Jan 1848); Eoline (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847)

Ford, Miss

Gipsies (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848)

Forrester, Miss

attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848)

Francies, Miss

fairies (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Gebbard, Miss

Greek girls of the ballet (3) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 26 Apr 1848)

Gilbert, Miss

Greek girls of the ballet (17) in Fountain of Zea (27 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); dancers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848)

Glennaire, Mrs.

dancers (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); attendant ladies (52) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 19 Feb 1848); Tragedy (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Green, Miss

fairies (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Harding, Miss Emma

Juanna (35) in Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (20 Mar 1848 - 6 May 1848); Mrs. Honeybun (5) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (10 Apr 1848 - 15 Apr 1848); Lady Agnes (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Norah (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce (75) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (1 Sep 1847 - 5 Jun 1848); Lady Courtall (9) in Married Bachelor (22 Jun 1848 - 11 Jul 1848); Louisa Lovemore (1) in More Blunders Than One (17 Sep 1847); Miss Emma Leslie (6) in Nabob for an Hour (2 Dec 1847 - 5 Feb 1848); Emily Harcourt (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); Marian (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847); Gulnare (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Dorothy (32) in Shocking Events (18 Nov 1847 - 3 Jun 1848)

Harrison, Miss

Zingari (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); slaves of the Gnome King (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); masks (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); gleaners (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Sniffle (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Fleur de Genet (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Romeo (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Hunt, Miss

masks (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); gleaners (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848)

Hunt, Mrs.

slaves of the Gnome King (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); Mrs. Page (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Johnson, Miss

bridesmaids (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Greek girls of the ballet (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); dancers (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); dancers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Bunday (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Bettina (27) in Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (27 Dec 1847 - 26 Jan 1848); Fleur de Tulipe (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Comedy (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Laws, Mrs. Edmund

Mrs. Plumpley (1) in Deaf as a Post (3 Jul 1848); Mrs. Jewell (5) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (10 Apr 1848 - 15 Apr 1848); Mrs. Deputy Lomax (16) in Double-bedded Room (1 Sep 1847 - 21 Jun 1848); Hagar (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Madame Thibaut (1) in Flying Colours (10 May 1848); Meg (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Mrs. Snapdragon (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); Kiorooglee (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Widow O'More (40) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847); Mrs. Dorothy Dibbs (6) in Seeing Wright (2 Sep 1847 - 8 Sep 1847); Lady Macbeth (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

LeLacheur, Miss

bridesmaids (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Gipsies (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Greek girls of the ballet (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); dancers (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); dancers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Pybus (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Maria (3) in Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (27 Dec 1847 - 29 Dec 1847); Fleur de Piquerette (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); fairies (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

LeLacheur, Miss C.

Gipsies (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Greek girls of the ballet (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); dancers (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); dancers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Dawkins (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Maria (24) in Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (30 Dec 1847 - 26 Jan 1848); Fleur de Violette (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Mrs. Ford (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Leclercq, Miss Carlotta

Gipsies (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); dancers (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); dancers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Fleur de Giroflee (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847)

Louise, Miss

Elspy (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Greek girls of the ballet (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); Terpsichore (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); dancers (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); dancers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Fleur de Lis (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847)

Matthews, Mrs. Frank

Mrs. Crank (5) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (10 Apr 1848 - 15 Apr 1848); Shela (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Mrs. Chucks (43) in Going to the Derby (22 May 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Mrs. Peeps (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Susan (1) in More Blunders Than One (17 Sep 1847); Nancy Scraggs (6) in Nabob for an Hour (2 Dec 1847 - 5 Feb 1848); Susan Griffiths (6) in Seeing Wright (2 Sep 1847 - 8 Sep 1847); Mrs. Jarrett (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Morgan, Miss

fairies (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Penson, Miss

Gipsies (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Leilah (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); dancers (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Sing-Samhi (10) in Happy Man (27 Jun 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); dancers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Fleur de Resida (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847)

Perkins, Miss

Gipsies (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Greek girls of the ballet (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); dancers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848)

Perkins, Miss C.

Greek girls of the ballet (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); dancers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848)

Perkins, Miss T.

Gipsies (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848)

Pritchett, Miss

dancers (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Fleur d'Orange (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847)

Robins, Miss

Gipsies (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Evelleen (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Fairy Gourmande (3) in Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (27 Dec 1847 - 29 Dec 1847); spirit of poetry (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Simpson, Miss

bridesmaids (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Gipsies (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Greek girls of the ballet (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); dancers (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); dancers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); fairies (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Taylor, Miss

Winifred (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Fatima (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); masks (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Walker (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Fleur de Marguerite (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Juliet (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Taylor, Miss Marian A.

Amy Templeton (1) in Deaf as a Post (3 Jul 1848); Abigail (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Hatagee (8) in Fountain of Zea (8 May 1848 - 19 May 1848); Katty (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Mary Everett (28) in Harvest Home (12 Jun 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Jenny (1) in More Blunders Than One (17 Sep 1847); Bowles (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); Eliza (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847); Zurline (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Mary O'More (40) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847)

Turner, Miss

Paquita (35) in Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (20 Mar 1848 - 6 May 1848); Sophy Walton (1) in Deaf as a Post (3 Jul 1848); Azurea (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); Tigertail (15) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 3 Nov 1847); Mrs. Gong (15) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 3 Nov 1847); Martha (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Grace (1) in Married Bachelor (11 Jul 1848); Pepper (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); Undine (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848)

Vernon, Mrs.

fairies (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Wellans, Miss

fairies (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Wilkins, Miss

Lorelli (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848)

Woolgar, Miss Sarah J.

Lemuel (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Margaret (1) in Flying Colours (10 May 1848); Nicola (12) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 6 May 1848); Henrietta (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Mrs. Twiddle (16) in Going to the Derby (22 May 1848 - 10 Jun 1848); Nelly O'Neil (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Mary Everett (55) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 10 Jun 1848); Mary White (75) in How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (1 Sep 1847 - 5 Jun 1848); Phoebe Mayduke (62) in Our National Defences (27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848); Phoebe (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847); Florimond (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Kathleen (40) in Rory O'More (1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847); Countess Crackovieninski (14) in Taming a Tartar (21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847); Lizzy Chubblock (16) in Tipperary Legacy (6 Dec 1847 - 23 Dec 1847)

Worrell, Mrs.

Gipsies (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); Greek girls of the ballet (20) in Fountain of Zea (24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848); Tigertail (13) in Green Bushes (4 Nov 1847 - 10 May 1848); Mrs. Gong (13) in Green Bushes (4 Nov 1847 - 10 May 1848); dancers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); attendant ladies (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); Signora Cassandra (27) in Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (27 Dec 1847 - 26 Jan 1848)

Woulds, Miss

Gipsies (23) in Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story (28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848); dancers (83) in Harvest Home (29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848); Argentine (60) in Pearl of the Ocean (20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848); fairies (87) in This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Yates, Mrs. Frederick H.

Mrs. O'Carrol (21) in Gabrielli (18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847); Geraldine (28) in Green Bushes (18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848); Mrs. Subtle (6) in Paul Pry (13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847)

Singers

Dancers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

* Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War, The

(drama, 1 act, 3 scenes) by Unknown, Alfred Mellon (comp) (35 times, 20 Mar 1848 - 6 May 1848)

Summary Cast:

Deaf as a Post

(farce) by John Poole (1 time, 3 Jul 1848)

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Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell?

(farce) by Joseph S. Coyne (5 times, 10 Apr 1848 - 15 Apr 1848)

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Double-bedded Room, The

(farce) by John M. Morton (16 times, 1 Sep 1847 - 21 Jun 1848)

Summary Cast:

Flowers of the Forest! A Gipsy Story! The

(melodrama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone, Edward F. Fitzwilliam (comp), Alfred Mellon (comp) (23 times, 28 Feb 1848 - 28 Mar 1848)

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Flying Colours; or, Crossing the Frontier

(comedy, 2 acts) by Cofe (1 time, 10 May 1848)

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* Fountain of Zea, The; or, The Child of Air

(spectacle) by Joseph S. Coyne, Alfred Mellon (comp) (20 times, 24 Apr 1848 - 19 May 1848)

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* Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart

(drama, 2 acts) by Richard B. Peake, Alfred Mellon (comp) (21 times, 18 Nov 1847 - 11 Dec 1847)

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* Going to the Derby

(farce) by John M. Morton (43 times, 22 May 1848 - 13 Jul 1848)

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Green Bushes, The; or, A Hundred Years Ago

(drama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone, Edward F. Fitzwilliam (comp), Alfred Mellon (comp) (28 times, 18 Oct 1847 - 10 May 1848)

Summary Cast:

Happy Man, The

(extravaganza, 1 act, 2 scenes) by Samuel Lover (10 times, 27 Jun 1848 - 13 Jul 1848)

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* Harvest Home, The

(drama, 3 acts) by Thomas Parry, Alfred Mellon (comp) (83 times, 29 Mar 1848 - 13 Jul 1848)

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How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress

(farce) by Joseph S. Coyne (75 times, 1 Sep 1847 - 5 Jun 1848)

Summary Cast:

Love and Folly; or, The Three Lovers

(ballet) by Herr Deulin (chor) (1 time, 20 Jun 1848)

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Married Bachelor, The; or, Master and Man

(burletta) by P. P. O'Callaghan (9 times, 22 Jun 1848 - 11 Jul 1848)

Summary Cast:

More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet

(farce) by James T. Rodwell (1 time, 17 Sep 1847)

Summary Cast:

Nabob for an Hour, A

(farce) by John Poole (6 times, 2 Dec 1847 - 5 Feb 1848)

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* Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry

(farce) by Joseph S. Coyne (62 times, 27 Jan 1848 - 8 Apr 1848)

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Paul Pry

(comedy, 3 acts) by John Poole (6 times, 13 Dec 1847 - 18 Dec 1847)

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* Pearl of the Ocean, The; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden

(burlesque, 3 acts) by Charles Selby, Alfred Mellon (comp), Mme. Celine Celeste (chor) (60 times, 20 Dec 1847 - 3 Mar 1848)

Summary Cast:

* Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow

(comic pantomime, 2 parts, 11 tableaux) by Benjamin N. Webster, Alfred Mellon (comp) (27 times, 27 Dec 1847 - 26 Jan 1848)

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Rory O'More

(burletta, 3 acts) by Samuel Lover, Holmes (comp) (40 times, 1 Sep 1847 - 16 Oct 1847)

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"Seeing Wright"

(farce) by Thomas Morton Jr. (6 times, 2 Sep 1847 - 8 Sep 1847)

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Shocking Events

(farce) by John B. Buckstone (32 times, 18 Nov 1847 - 3 Jun 1848)

Summary Cast:

Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia

(operatic farce, 2 acts) by Charles Selby (14 times, 21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847)

Summary Cast:

This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within

(musical extravaganza, 1 act, 2 scenes) by Joseph S. Coyne (87 times, 9 Sep 1847 - 25 Jan 1848)

Summary Cast:

* Tipperary Legacy, The

(farce) by Joseph S. Coyne (65 times, 6 Dec 1847 - 20 May 1848)

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