THE LONDON STAGE 1800-1900

Joseph Donohue and James Ellis, General Editors

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THEATRE ROYAL, ADELPHI

(formerly THE SANS PAREIL THEATRE)

1806-1900

Seasonal Summary for 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

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)

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Moreover, although new pieces were frequently offered, they were withdrawn quickly if they failed to please.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.

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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)

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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)

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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)

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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)

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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)

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More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet

(farce) by James T. Rodwell (1 time, 17 Sep 1847)

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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)

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Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia

(operatic farce, 2 acts) by Charles Selby (14 times, 21 Oct 1847 - 17 Nov 1847)

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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)

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* Tipperary Legacy, The

(farce) by Joseph S. Coyne (65 times, 6 Dec 1847 - 20 May 1848)

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