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THE LONDON STAGE 1800-1900

Joseph Donohue and James Ellis, General Editors

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THE ADELPHI THEATRE

(formerly THE SANS PAREIL THEATRE)

1806-1900

Calendar for 1821-1822

Edited by Alfred L. Nelson & Gilbert B. Cross

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

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

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

Contents

Seasonal Digest

During the recess, the theatre underwent extensive alterations and embellishments.  Exits were enlarged, and the interior was completely redecorated and beautified.

Just half as many pieces were offered as in the previous season.  This was mostly due to the unprecedented popularity of Moncrieff's extravaganza, Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London, based upon Pierce Egan's famous work of the same name.  First played 26 November 1821, it was presented each night from then on until the end of the regular season (except on those Wednesdays and Fridays during Lent when serious music replaced dramatic entertainment), for 94 times, never with more than one other piece on the bill.

The Drama said of it:  "Several of the scenes are very laughable—particularly the night row at Temple Bar and All Max in the East in which the meeting of all the celebrated beggars and ballad singers of the metropolis is displayed" (22 February p. 207).

A correspondent to the journal, J. L. B., was not so taken with the Tom and Jerry craze:

Shoot folly as it flies says the poet; yet if Life in London is designed as a check upon our vices, candour must decidedly pronounce it a failure...our theatres teem, for the most part, with 'nothing but inexplicable dumb show and noise'.  And it is doubtless this circumstance that restrains many of our living bards from writing for the stage...Who would risk their fame and feelings on the stage when our minor theatres are nightly thronged, by means of the lucubrations of Mr. Egan, an author enjoying as great a share of popularity as Lord Byron himself?  (22 May pp. 321-22).

The Christmas pantomime, Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose, was played 54 times.  The only melodrama, The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna, by Planché, saw 21 performances.  Appearing in the latter was Watkins Burroughs.  Of him, the Mirror of the Stage said in 1823:

Burroughs, we think, would have been twice the actor had he played to the mind and not the eye—the judgment of men and not the approval of novel-reading mantilla-makers.  His action in the melodrama is good, but his voice, when it should demand, whines, when disclaim, cracks.  His walking gentlemen are his best performances, though sometimes coxcombical, lavender water and otto of roses, we cannot forget when he appears (6 October 1823).

Short ballets and farces labeled burlettas completed the season's offerings.  An anonymous but popular piece of the decade, Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favorite, with music by G. W. Maddison, was given 33 times.  It was, the Drama pointed out in October 1821, "A spirited translation of a lively trifle produced last season at the French Theatre in Argyle Street."  The reviewer had this to add:

The subject is the death of a favourite white bear of the grand sultan (who is possessed with a mania for learned animals) and the tricks of his minister, aided by a pair of strolling English exhibitors of wild beasts to conceal from his knowledge the loss of his favourite...The bustling activity of Wrench, the dry humour of Wilkinson, and the whimsical unconsciousness of Keeley, who share the burden of the action, contribute mainly to the success of the piece (pp. 300-01).

James R. Planché wrote seven of the pieces played this season.  (He had written 12 for the previous season.)  Planché and Moncrieff were responsible in large measure for the success of the Adelphi under Rodwell and Jones.  Their works were to be staples of dramatic fare at the Adelphi for years to come.  Moncrieff's Tom and Jerry defies classification, witness the genre description on the bill—"An entirely new, classic, comic, operatic, didactic, moralistic, Aristophanic, localic, analytic, Terpsichoric, panoramic, camera-obscura-ic, extravaganza burletta of fun, frolic, fashion, and flash."  The play is in the tradition of The Beggar's Opera and Jonsonian comedy.

For years to come, Benjamin Wrench's Corinthian Tom and Reeve's Jerry Hawthorn were to enliven the Adelphi stage while Logic, Primefit, Regular, and Dusty Bob became household names.  Female roles were important too.  Kate, alias the Hon. Miss Trifle, alias Sir Jeremy Brag, alias Nan, the match girl; and Sue, also alias the Hon. Miss Trifle, alias Captain Swaggery, alias Mrs. Mummery, the fortune teller, alias Poll, the ballad singer, parts originally played by Mrs. Baker and Harriett Waylett, were roles to which any comic actress would aspire.

The theatre was dark during Passion Week.  On Easter Monday, 8 April, Monsieur Alexandre engaged the theatre for his one-man show entitled The Adventures of a Ventriloquist.  The bill proclaimed that Mons. Alexandre "will display the various astonishing vocal illusions for which he has been so justly celebrated and distinguished on the continent, and which have been represented with such signal approbation before most of the crowned heads and princes of Europe."  This entertainment in which Mons. Alexandre sustained numerous characters, including assorted animals and fantastics, was presented daily until 20 July.  It was written by William Moncrieff and first presented under the title The Adventures of a Ventriloquist; or, The Rogueries of Nicholas.  Later it was billed under the subtitle.

The Theatrical Observer (17 April 1822) was particularly taken by Alexandre's entertainment:

His powers of ventriloquism are of the very highest order, and in some instances, his performances are truly astonishing.  The characters which he introduces have nothing very new or striking about them, but he contrives to put them into some very entertaining situations...The scene at the tooth-drawer's is too long, and a little curtailment would be of service throughout.  His most original and extraordinary efforts, without doubt, are his imitations of animals, dogs barking, cats mewing, a child crying; [they] are admirable, and then his plaining [sic], sawing, and tuning the guitar, together with frying eggs and other things, are so good they should be witnessed by everyone who has a couple of hours to spare for such enjoyment (p. 522).

Monsieur Alexandre extended his entertainment by of popular demand and delivered a farewell address on July 20, which concluded:  "England has been justly styled the stranger's home.  I have found it too the liberal patron of a stranger's talent.  The recollection of your past kindness shall stimulate me to merit it in future by every exertion of my abilities."

There was a benefit for a Mr. Bromley of Drury Lane, a teacher of elocution, on 22 July 1822.  The Theatrical Observer mentions it but gives no details of what was played.

NC

Daily Calendar for 1821-1822

Illustration: Wrench, Benjamin (1778?-1843): Actor  [1st Performance Oct 1, 1821]


 
Title:Wrench, Benjamin (1778?-1843): Actor
Description:Wrench, Benjamin (1778?-1843): A great favorite with Adelphi audiences, appearing in ten seasons.  He began in the provinces and replaced R. W. Elliston at Bath in 1804.  He moved to Drury Lane and was there for five years.  He opened at the Adelphi as Captain Somerville in Capers at Canterbury.  He followed with his greatest success Corinthian Tom in Moncrieff’s Tom and Jerry.  He was a good comedian, not a great one.
1st Performance:Oct 1, 1821
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Drawing of Benjamin Wrench in Actors by Daylight, Volume 1 Publisher J. Pattie, 1838; Source; Google books, page 177; 1838.  Located on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_Wrench., Jan 1, 1838

Illustration: Keeley, Robert (1793-1869): Actor, manager, female impersonator  [1st Performance Oct 1, 1821]


 
Title:Keeley, Robert (1793-1869): Actor, manager, female impersonator
Description:Keeley, Robert (1793-1869): In 1821, he played Jemmy Green in Moncrieff’s Tom and Jerry.  Later, he played female roles in many Dickens’ adaptations and was a hit as Mrs. Caudle in Jerrold’s Mrs. Caudle’s Curtain Lectures.  He had a daughter who also acted at the Adelphi--Mary Lucy Keeley.
1st Performance:Oct 1, 1821
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Portrait of Robert Keeley (comedian) as 'Mrs. Caudle' in Douglas Jerrold's Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lectures; Scanned from Walter Goodman's The Keeleys On Stage and At Home, London: Bentley and Son (1895) pg 197; 1895.  Located on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Keeley_%28comedian%29., Jan 1, 1895

Illustration: Keeley, Robert (1793-1869): Actor, manager, female impersonator  [1st Performance Oct 1, 1821]


 
Title:Keeley, Robert (1793-1869): Actor, manager, female impersonator
Description:Keeley, Robert (1793-1869): In 1818 he made his first London appearance at the Olympic and originated the role of Fritz in Presumption at the English Opera House.  He acted with his wife for many seasons at the Adelphi, and they managed the Lyceum from 1844-1847 where he played Mrs. Gamp in Martin Chuzzlewit.
1st Performance:Oct 1, 1821
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Photograph of Robert Keeley 1864; Photographer W. Walker & Sons.  Located on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Keeley_%28comedian%29; http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portraitLarge/mw123898/Robert-Keeley?search=ss&firstRun=true&sText=robert+keeley&LinkID=mp82656&role=sit&rNo=2., Jan 1, 1864

1 October 1821
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 October 1821
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Capers at Canterbury (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Next 2 October 1821

Genre:  (Comedy) new comic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench (from the E.O.H)
Lieutenant Vivian: Read (1st appearance)
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: [Robert] Keeley (from DL)
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt (from the Surrey)
Mrs. Prattle: Mrs. Smith
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan (from EOH)

Cast Commentary

2)  Half an Hour's Courtship [; or, Le Chambre a Coucher] (1)

Title Comment:  "founded on an anecdote of Richelieu, the Rochester of France" (bill 2/10/1821)

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Next 2 October 1821

Genre:  (Interlude) favorite interlude

First Night Cast:

Duke de Richelieu (Rochester of France): Watkins Burroughs
Marshal de la Ferte: [Thomas] Buckingham
servant to Richelieu: Smith
Madame de Guise: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
 

Cast Commentary

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (1)

Title Comment:  "revived in the same style as it was produced in 1819" (bill)

Author: [Unknown]; Composer: [G[eorge] W. Maddison]; Composer: [Lawrence]

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Next 2 October 1821

Genre:  (Pantomime) celebrated pantomime

First Night Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini (Prime Minister): White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: Smith
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Miss Bohen
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: Master Barnett
Frostella (Fairy of the North Star): Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine (Princess of Labrador), afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

Cast Commentary

Dance

General, Advertisement


2 October 1821
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Capers at Canterbury (2)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 1 October 1821; Next 3 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: [Robert] Keeley
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Mrs. Smith
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Half an Hour's Courtship [; or, Le Chambre a Coucher] (2)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 1 October 1821; Next 3 October 1821

Cast:

Duke de Richelieu: Watkins Burroughs
Marshal de la Ferte: [Thomas] Buckingham
servant to Richelieu: Smith
Madame de Guise: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
 

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (2)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 1 October 1821; Next 3 October 1821

Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini: White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: Smith
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Miss Bohen
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: Master Barnett
Frostella: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

3 October 1821
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Capers at Canterbury (3)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 2 October 1821; Next 4 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: [Robert] Keeley
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Mrs. Smith
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Half an Hour's Courtship [; or, Le Chambre a Coucher] (3)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 2 October 1821; Next 4 October 1821

Cast:

Duke de Richelieu: Watkins Burroughs
Marshal de la Ferte: [Thomas] Buckingham
servant to Richelieu: Smith
Madame de Guise: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
 

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (3)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 2 October 1821; Next 4 October 1821

Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini: White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: Smith
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Miss Bohen
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: Master Barnett
Frostella: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

4 October 1821
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Capers at Canterbury (4)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 3 October 1821; Next 5 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: [Robert] Keeley
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Mrs. Smith
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Half an Hour's Courtship [; or, Le Chambre a Coucher] (4)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 3 October 1821; Next 5 October 1821

Cast:

Duke de Richelieu: Watkins Burroughs
Marshal de la Ferte: [Thomas] Buckingham
servant to Richelieu: Smith
Madame de Guise: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
 

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (4)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 3 October 1821; Next 5 October 1821

Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini: White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: Smith
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Miss Bohen
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: Master Barnett
Frostella: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

5 October 1821
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Capers at Canterbury (5)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 4 October 1821; Next 6 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: [Robert] Keeley
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Mrs. Smith
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Half an Hour's Courtship [; or, Le Chambre a Coucher] (5)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 4 October 1821; Next 6 October 1821

Cast:

Duke de Richelieu: Watkins Burroughs
Marshal de la Ferte: [Thomas] Buckingham
servant to Richelieu: Smith
Madame de Guise: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
 

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (5)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 4 October 1821; Next 6 October 1821

Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini: White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: Smith
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Miss Bohen
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: Master Barnett
Frostella: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

6 October 1821
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Capers at Canterbury (6)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 5 October 1821; Next 8 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: [Robert] Keeley
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Mrs. Smith
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Half an Hour's Courtship [; or, Le Chambre a Coucher] (6)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 5 October 1821

Cast:

Duke de Richelieu: Watkins Burroughs
Marshal de la Ferte: [Thomas] Buckingham
servant to Richelieu: Smith
Madame de Guise: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
 

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (6)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 5 October 1821; Next 8 October 1821

Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini: White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: Smith
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Miss Bohen
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: Master Barnett
Frostella: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

8 October 1821
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Capers at Canterbury (7)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 6 October 1821; Next 9 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: [Robert] Keeley
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold (replaces Mrs. Smith)

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Unknown]; Composer: [G[eorge] W. Maddison]

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Next 9 October 1821

Genre:  (Farce) farcical burletta translated from the French

First Night Cast:

Shahabaham: [Thomas] Buckingham
Ismael: [Robert] Keeley
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (7)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 6 October 1821; Next 9 October 1821

Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini: White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: "Moses"
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Master Kirby
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: "Master Stout"
Frostella: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

Cast Changes:

BUT  Jew clothesman: "Moses" (replaces Smith)
  little counselor: Master Kirby (replaces Miss Bohen)
  potboy: "Master Stout" (replaces Master Barnett)

Dance

General, Advertisement


9 October 1821
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Capers at Canterbury (8)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 8 October 1821; Next 10 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: [Robert] Keeley
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (2)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 8 October 1821; Next 10 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: [Thomas] Buckingham
Ismael: [Robert] Keeley
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (8)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 8 October 1821; Next 10 October 1821

Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini: White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: "Moses"
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Master Kirby
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: "Master Stout"
Frostella: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

10 October 1821
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Capers at Canterbury (9)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 9 October 1821; Next 11 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: [Robert] Keeley
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (3)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 9 October 1821; Next 11 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: [Thomas] Buckingham
Ismael: [Robert] Keeley
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (9)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 9 October 1821; Next 11 October 1821

Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini: White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: "Moses"
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Master Kirby
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: "Master Stout"
Frostella: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

11 October 1821
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Capers at Canterbury (10)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 10 October 1821; Next 12 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: [Robert] Keeley
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (4)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 10 October 1821; Next 12 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: [Thomas] Buckingham
Ismael: [Robert] Keeley
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (10)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 10 October 1821; Next 12 October 1821

Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini: White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: "Moses"
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Master Kirby
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: "Master Stout"
Frostella: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

12 October 1821
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Capers at Canterbury (11)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 11 October 1821; Next 13 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: [Robert] Keeley
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (5)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 11 October 1821; Next 13 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: [Thomas] Buckingham
Ismael: [Robert] Keeley
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (11)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 11 October 1821; Next 13 October 1821

Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini: White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: "Moses"
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Master Kirby
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: "Master Stout"
Frostella: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

13 October 1821
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Capers at Canterbury (12)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 12 October 1821; Next 15 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: [Robert] Keeley
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (6)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 12 October 1821; Next 15 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: [Thomas] Buckingham
Ismael: [Robert] Keeley
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (12)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 12 October 1821; Next 29 October 1821

Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini: White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: "Moses"
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Master Kirby
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: "Master Stout"
Frostella: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

15 October 1821
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Deuce Is in Her; or, Two Nights in Madrid (1)

Title Comment:  "revived with alterations and additions" (bill)

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 15 October 1821; Next 16 October 1821

Genre:  (Farce) admired and favorite burletta

First Night Cast:

Don John de Toledo: Bellamy (from TR Newcastle, 1st app here)
Don Lewis de Toledo: Waylett (1st time)
Don Manuel Enriquez: Watkins Burroughs
Cosmo (Don Manuel's servant): [James P.] Wilkinson
Roderigo (Don Lewis's servant): Smith
Donna Angela (sister to Don Juan and Don Lewis): Miss E[liza] Pitt
Donna Beatrice (her cousin): Miss Miriam Hammersley (late of TR Dublin and Bath, 1st time here)
Isabella (Donna Angela's waiting maid): Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (7)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 13 October 1821; Next 16 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham (replaces [Robert] Keeley)
  Shahabaham: Daly (replaces [Thomas] Buckingham)

Dance

3)  Capers at Canterbury (13)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 13 October 1821; Next 16 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

Cast Changes:

BUT  Dash: Waylett (replaces [Robert] Keeley)

Cast Commentary


16 October 1821
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Deuce Is in Her; or, Two Nights in Madrid (2)

Performances:  First 15 October 1821; Previous 15 October 1821; Next 17 October 1821

Cast:

Don John de Toledo: Bellamy
Don Lewis de Toledo: Waylett
Don Manuel Enriquez: Watkins Burroughs
Cosmo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Roderigo: Smith
Donna Angela: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Donna Beatrice: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Isabella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (8)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 15 October 1821; Next 17 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  Capers at Canterbury (14)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 15 October 1821; Next 17 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

17 October 1821
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Deuce Is in Her; or, Two Nights in Madrid (3)

Performances:  First 15 October 1821; Previous 16 October 1821; Next 18 October 1821

Cast:

Don John de Toledo: Bellamy
Don Lewis de Toledo: Waylett
Don Manuel Enriquez: Watkins Burroughs
Cosmo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Roderigo: Smith
Donna Angela: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Donna Beatrice: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Isabella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (9)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 16 October 1821; Next 18 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  Capers at Canterbury (15)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 16 October 1821; Next 18 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

18 October 1821
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Deuce Is in Her; or, Two Nights in Madrid (4)

Performances:  First 15 October 1821; Previous 17 October 1821; Next 19 October 1821

Cast:

Don John de Toledo: Bellamy
Don Lewis de Toledo: Waylett
Don Manuel Enriquez: Watkins Burroughs
Cosmo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Roderigo: Smith
Donna Angela: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Donna Beatrice: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Isabella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (10)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 17 October 1821; Next 19 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  Capers at Canterbury (16)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 17 October 1821; Next 19 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

19 October 1821
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Deuce Is in Her; or, Two Nights in Madrid (5)

Performances:  First 15 October 1821; Previous 18 October 1821; Next 20 October 1821

Cast:

Don John de Toledo: Bellamy
Don Lewis de Toledo: Waylett
Don Manuel Enriquez: Watkins Burroughs
Cosmo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Roderigo: Smith
Donna Angela: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Donna Beatrice: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Isabella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (11)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 18 October 1821; Next 20 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  Capers at Canterbury (17)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 18 October 1821; Next 20 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

20 October 1821
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Deuce Is in Her; or, Two Nights in Madrid (6)

Performances:  First 15 October 1821; Previous 19 October 1821; Next 1 November 1821

Cast:

Don John de Toledo: Bellamy
Don Lewis de Toledo: Waylett
Don Manuel Enriquez: Watkins Burroughs
Cosmo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Roderigo: Smith
Donna Angela: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Donna Beatrice: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Isabella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (12)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 19 October 1821; Next 22 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  Capers at Canterbury (18)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 19 October 1821; Next 22 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

22 October 1821
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Next 23 October 1821

Genre:  (Melodrama) new grand melo-dramatic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio (President of the Estates of Sicily): Daly
Count Lorenzo (son of a banished Sicilian nobleman using the names Vincenza and Spalatro): Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico (his servant): [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo (major-domo to the Duke): [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti (Lieutenant of the Corsairs): Waylett
Carlo (a corsair): Callahan
Sebastiano (a corsair): Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia (Duke's daughter): Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta (her maid): Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina (attendant to the Duchess): Miss Brady
Lucetta (attendant to the Duchess): Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

Cast Commentary

Scenery Description

Costume Credits

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (13)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 20 October 1821; Next 23 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  Capers at Canterbury (19)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 20 October 1821; Next 23 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

23 October 1821
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (2)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 22 October 1821; Next 24 October 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (14)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 22 October 1821; Next 24 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  Capers at Canterbury (20)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 22 October 1821; Next 24 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

24 October 1821
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (3)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 23 October 1821; Next 25 October 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (15)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 23 October 1821; Next 25 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  Capers at Canterbury (21)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 23 October 1821; Next 25 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

25 October 1821
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (4)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 24 October 1821; Next 26 October 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (16)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 24 October 1821; Next 26 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  Capers at Canterbury (22)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 24 October 1821; Next 26 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

26 October 1821
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (5)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 25 October 1821; Next 27 October 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (17)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 25 October 1821; Next 27 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  Capers at Canterbury (23)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 25 October 1821; Next 27 October 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

27 October 1821
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (6)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 26 October 1821; Next 29 October 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (18)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 26 October 1821; Next 29 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  Capers at Canterbury (24)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 26 October 1821; Next 15 November 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Read
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

29 October 1821
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (7)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 27 October 1821; Next 30 October 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (19)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 27 October 1821; Next 30 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

OMITS  attendant: Phillips

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (13)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 13 October 1821; Next 30 October 1821

Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini: White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: "Moses"
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Master Kirby
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: "Master Stout"
Frostella: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

Title: General Commentary


30 October 1821
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (8)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 29 October 1821; Next 31 October 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (20)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 29 October 1821; Next 31 October 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (14)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 29 October 1821; Next 31 October 1821

Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini: White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: "Moses"
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Master Kirby
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: "Master Stout"
Frostella: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

31 October 1821
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 October 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (9)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 30 October 1821; Next 1 November 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (21)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 30 October 1821; Next 19 November 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

3)  The Fairy of the North Star; or, Harlequin at Labrador (15)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 30 October 1821

Cast:

Pikini, King of Labrador, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Dolphini, Prince of Labrador: Sanders
Frogini, courtier of Labrador, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Crabbossini: White
Hubert, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
barber: Smith
Jew clothesman: "Moses"
Doctor Bolus: Dennis
Alderman Gobble: Brady
poulterer: Shaw
gold beater: Sanders
fair Circassian: Cooper
little counselor: Master Kirby
John Doe: [William R.?] Rignold
Richard Roe: Gay
potboy: "Master Stout"
Frostella: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Labradine, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson

1 November 1821
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (10)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 31 October 1821; Next 2 November 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

2)  Where Shall I Dine? (1)

Author: [George H. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 1 November 1821; Next 2 November 1821

Genre:  (Farce) favorite burletta

First Night Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench
Diggory: [Robert] Keeley
Dick Discount: Callahan
Grumpy: [Thomas] Buckingham
Homely: Dennis
Fawnwell: Bellamy
1st surgeon: Daly
2nd surgeon: Phillips
1st bailiff: [William H.] Walbourn
2nd bailiff: Miller
Timothy: Sanders
Flint: Smith
Mrs. Discount: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Grumpy: Mrs. Daly
Dorothea: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
cook: Miss Jerrold
Deborah: Miss Brady

3)  The Deuce Is in Her; or, Two Nights in Madrid (7)

Performances:  First 15 October 1821; Previous 20 October 1821; Next 2 November 1821

Cast:

Don John de Toledo: Bellamy
Don Lewis de Toledo: Waylett
Don Manuel Enriquez: Watkins Burroughs
Cosmo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Roderigo: Smith
Donna Angela: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Donna Beatrice: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Isabella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2 November 1821
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (11)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 1 November 1821; Next 3 November 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

2)  Where Shall I Dine? (2)

Performances:  First 1 November 1821; Previous 1 November 1821; Next 3 November 1821

Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench
Diggory: [Robert] Keeley
Dick Discount: Callahan
Grumpy: [Thomas] Buckingham
Homely: Dennis
Fawnwell: Bellamy
1st surgeon: Daly
2nd surgeon: Phillips
1st bailiff: [William H.] Walbourn
2nd bailiff: Miller
Timothy: Sanders
Flint: Smith
Mrs. Discount: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Grumpy: Mrs. Daly
Dorothea: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
cook: Miss Jerrold
Deborah: Miss Brady

3)  The Deuce Is in Her; or, Two Nights in Madrid (8)

Performances:  First 15 October 1821; Previous 1 November 1821; Next 3 November 1821

Cast:

Don John de Toledo: Bellamy
Don Lewis de Toledo: Waylett
Don Manuel Enriquez: Watkins Burroughs
Cosmo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Roderigo: Smith
Donna Angela: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Donna Beatrice: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Isabella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

3 November 1821
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (12)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 2 November 1821; Next 5 November 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

2)  Where Shall I Dine? (3)

Performances:  First 1 November 1821; Previous 2 November 1821

Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench
Diggory: [Robert] Keeley
Dick Discount: Callahan
Grumpy: [Thomas] Buckingham
Homely: Dennis
Fawnwell: Bellamy
1st surgeon: Daly
2nd surgeon: Phillips
1st bailiff: [William H.] Walbourn
2nd bailiff: Miller
Timothy: Sanders
Flint: Smith
Mrs. Discount: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Grumpy: Mrs. Daly
Dorothea: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
cook: Miss Jerrold
Deborah: Miss Brady

3)  The Deuce Is in Her; or, Two Nights in Madrid (9)

Performances:  First 15 October 1821; Previous 2 November 1821

Cast:

Don John de Toledo: Bellamy
Don Lewis de Toledo: Waylett
Don Manuel Enriquez: Watkins Burroughs
Cosmo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Roderigo: Smith
Donna Angela: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Donna Beatrice: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Isabella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

5 November 1821
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (13)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 3 November 1821; Next 6 November 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Nicoll says licensed as Married or Not; or, The Married Bachelor; "Translated from the French" (bill)

Author: [P. P. O'Callaghan]

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Next 6 November 1821

Genre:  (Farce) new burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe (his valet): [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss (his coachman): Sanders
John (a servant): Smith
Tournebroche (a French cook): Dennis
Lady Courtall (wife of Sir Charles): Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace (privately married to Sharpe): Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker (from TR Haymarket, 1st time here)

3)  Who's to Father Me? [or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh] (1)

Title Comment:  Nicoll has Who's to Father Her

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Next 6 November 1821

Genre:  (Farce) admired burletta

First Night Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Callahan
Mandeville: Bellamy
Buckle: [Robert] Keeley
Jacob Butts: Phillips
Billy Butts: [James P.] Wilkinson
servant: Sanders
Charlotte Oldstock: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Harriet: Miss Brady
Mrs. Butts: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Betty: Miss Jerrold

6 November 1821
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (14)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 5 November 1821; Next 7 November 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (2)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 5 November 1821; Next 7 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

3)  Who's to Father Me? [or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh] (2)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 5 November 1821; Next 7 November 1821

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Callahan
Mandeville: Bellamy
Buckle: [Robert] Keeley
Jacob Butts: Phillips
Billy Butts: [James P.] Wilkinson
servant: Sanders
Charlotte Oldstock: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Harriet: Miss Brady
Mrs. Butts: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Betty: Miss Jerrold

7 November 1821
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (15)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 6 November 1821; Next 8 November 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (3)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 6 November 1821; Next 8 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

3)  Who's to Father Me? [or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh] (3)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 6 November 1821; Next 11 March 1822

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Callahan
Mandeville: Bellamy
Buckle: [Robert] Keeley
Jacob Butts: Phillips
Billy Butts: [James P.] Wilkinson
servant: Sanders
Charlotte Oldstock: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Harriet: Miss Brady
Mrs. Butts: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Betty: Miss Jerrold

8 November 1821
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Love's Alarum (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Next 9 November 1821

Genre:  (Operatic farce) new petite operatic burletta

First Night Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

Music Commentary

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (4)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 7 November 1821; Next 9 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

3)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (16)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 7 November 1821; Next 9 November 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

General, Dance


9 November 1821
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Love's Alarum (2)

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Previous 8 November 1821; Next 10 November 1821

Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (5)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 8 November 1821; Next 10 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

3)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (17)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 8 November 1821; Next 10 November 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

10 November 1821
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Love's Alarum (3)

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Previous 9 November 1821; Next 12 November 1821

Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (6)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 9 November 1821; Next 12 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

3)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (18)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 9 November 1821; Next 12 November 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

12 November 1821
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Love's Alarum (4)

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Previous 10 November 1821; Next 13 November 1821

Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

2)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (1)

Title Comment:  Nicoll has Wine and Passion

Choreographer: [St. Albin]

Performances:  First 12 November 1821; Next 13 November 1821

Genre:  (Ballet) favorite ballet

First Night Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss Garbois

3)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (7)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 10 November 1821; Next 13 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

4)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (19)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 10 November 1821; Next 13 November 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

13 November 1821
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Love's Alarum (5)

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Previous 12 November 1821; Next 14 November 1821

Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

2)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (2)

Performances:  First 12 November 1821; Previous 12 November 1821; Next 14 November 1821

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss Garbois

3)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (8)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 12 November 1821; Next 14 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

4)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (20)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 12 November 1821; Next 14 November 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

14 November 1821
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Love's Alarum (6)

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Previous 13 November 1821; Next 15 November 1821

Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

2)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (3)

Performances:  First 12 November 1821; Previous 13 November 1821; Next 15 November 1821

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss Garbois

3)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (9)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 13 November 1821; Next 15 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

4)  The Corsair's Bride; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (21)

Performances:  First 22 October 1821; Previous 13 November 1821

Cast:

Duke de Bentivoglio: Daly
Count Lorenzo: Watkins Burroughs
Ludovico: [Thomas] Buckingham
Jeronimo: [James P.] Wilkinson
Spoiletti: Waylett
Carlo: Callahan
Sebastiano: Bellamy
officer: Phillips
corsairs:
      Shaw
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Smith
      Cooper
      Miller
      [Tyrone?] Power
soldiers:
      Shepperd
      Hill
      Adams
      Tomlinson
      Wilson
      Watson
      Willis
Emilia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Floretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Marina: Miss Brady
Lucetta: Miss Jerrold
domestics, villagers:
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Smith
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Casciana

15 November 1821
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Love's Alarum (7)

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Previous 14 November 1821; Next 16 November 1821

Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

2)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (4)

Performances:  First 12 November 1821; Previous 14 November 1821; Next 16 November 1821

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss Garbois

3)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (10)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 14 November 1821; Next 16 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

4)  Capers at Canterbury (25)

Title Comment:  "by particular desire" (bill)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 27 October 1821; Next 16 November 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Bellamy
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

Cast Changes:

BUT  Lieutenant Vivian: Bellamy (replaces Read)

16 November 1821
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Love's Alarum (8)

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Previous 15 November 1821; Next 17 November 1821

Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

2)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (5)

Performances:  First 12 November 1821; Previous 15 November 1821; Next 17 November 1821

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss Garbois

3)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (11)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 15 November 1821; Next 17 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

4)  Capers at Canterbury (26)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 15 November 1821; Next 17 November 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Bellamy
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

17 November 1821
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Love's Alarum (9)

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Previous 16 November 1821; Next 26 November 1821

Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

2)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (6)

Performances:  First 12 November 1821; Previous 16 November 1821; Next 25 March 1822

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss Garbois

3)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (12)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 16 November 1821; Next 19 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

4)  Capers at Canterbury (27)

Performances:  First 1 October 1821; Previous 16 November 1821

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: Bellamy
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: [Thomas] Buckingham
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Dash: Waylett
Brian O'Boggle: Callahan
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Miss Jerrold
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

19 November 1821
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (1)

Title Comment:  Nicoll has Lovers on All Sides

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Next 20 November 1821

Genre:  (Farce) favorite burletta

First Night Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Captain Melford: Callahan
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Lee
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Daly
Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Julia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Jenny: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (13)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 17 November 1821; Next 20 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

3)  Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters (1)

Choreographer: [St. Albin?]

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Next 20 November 1821

Genre:  (Ballet) comic and burlesque ballet

First Night Cast:

Monsieur Kick-de-Moon (maitre de danse from Paris): Daly
Monsieur Pirouette (his pupil): St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe (dancing master from London): W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Rosa: Miss Garbois
pupils:
      Smith
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Jerrold
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis

Dance Commentary

4)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (22)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 31 October 1821; Next 20 November 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Robert] Keeley
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Ismael: [Robert] Keeley (replaces [Thomas] Buckingham)

20 November 1821
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (2)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 19 November 1821; Next 21 November 1821

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Captain Melford: Callahan
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Lee
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Daly
Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Julia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Jenny: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (14)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 19 November 1821; Next 21 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

3)  Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters (2)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 19 November 1821; Next 21 November 1821

Cast:

Monsieur Kick-de-Moon: Daly
Monsieur Pirouette: St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe: W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Rosa: Miss Garbois
pupils:
      Smith
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Jerrold
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis

4)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (23)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 19 November 1821; Next 21 November 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Robert] Keeley
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

21 November 1821
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (3)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 20 November 1821; Next 22 November 1821

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Captain Melford: Callahan
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Lee
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Daly
Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Julia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Jenny: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (15)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 20 November 1821; Next 22 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

3)  Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters (3)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 20 November 1821; Next 22 November 1821

Cast:

Monsieur Kick-de-Moon: Daly
Monsieur Pirouette: St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe: W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Rosa: Miss Garbois
pupils:
      Smith
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Jerrold
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis

4)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (24)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 20 November 1821; Next 22 November 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Robert] Keeley
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

22 November 1821
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (4)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 21 November 1821; Next 23 November 1821

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Captain Melford: Callahan
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Lee
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Daly
Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Julia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Jenny: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (16)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 21 November 1821; Next 23 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

3)  Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters (4)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 21 November 1821; Next 23 November 1821

Cast:

Monsieur Kick-de-Moon: Daly
Monsieur Pirouette: St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe: W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Rosa: Miss Garbois
pupils:
      Smith
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Jerrold
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis

4)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (25)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 21 November 1821; Next 23 November 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Robert] Keeley
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

23 November 1821
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (5)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 22 November 1821; Next 24 November 1821

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Captain Melford: Callahan
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Lee
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Daly
Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Julia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Jenny: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (17)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 22 November 1821; Next 24 November 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

3)  Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters (5)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 22 November 1821; Next 24 November 1821

Cast:

Monsieur Kick-de-Moon: Daly
Monsieur Pirouette: St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe: W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Rosa: Miss Garbois
pupils:
      Smith
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Jerrold
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis

4)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (26)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 22 November 1821; Next 24 November 1821

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Robert] Keeley
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

24 November 1821
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (6)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 23 November 1821; Next 8 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Captain Melford: Callahan
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Lee
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Daly
Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Julia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Jenny: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (18)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 23 November 1821; Next 3 December 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

3)  Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters (6)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 23 November 1821

Cast:

Monsieur Kick-de-Moon: Daly
Monsieur Pirouette: St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe: W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Rosa: Miss Garbois
pupils:
      Smith
      Sanders
      Brady
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Miss Cooper
      Miss Jerrold
      Miss Davis
      Miss Dennis

4)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (27)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 23 November 1821; Next 4 March 1822

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Robert] Keeley
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

26 November 1821
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 November 1821
announcement
British Library
26 November 1821
advertisement
The London Times

Preliminaries Commentary

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

Title Comment:  1st time ever; based on Pierce Egan's Sketches

Author: [William T. Moncrieff]; Composer: G[eorge] W. Maddison

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Next 27 November 1821

Genre:  (Comic drama) entirely new classic, comic, operatic, didactic, moralistic, Aristophanic, localic, analytic, terpsichoric, panoramic, camera-obscura-ic extravaganza burletta of fun, frolic, fashion and flash; 3 acts, 20 scenes

First Night Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar (constable of the night): Daly
Jack the gas light man: Dealer
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Cope (a Yorkshire cove): Broad
Gull'em (a Yorkshire cove): Wakefield
Baron Nab'em (alias Mr. Nicholas Borrowbody): "Grab'em"
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
O'Shaughnessy: Chapman
Jackson: Miller
Shadow (confederate): Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
drunken buck: Glassington
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: [Unlisted]
Kate (otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan, the match girl): Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue (otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise captain swaggery, otherwise Poll, the ballad singer): Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane (otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Mrs. Mummery, the fortune teller, otherwise Sal, the pretty beggar): Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: [Unlisted]

Spectacle

Scenery

Scenery Description

Costume Credits Commentary

Title: General Commentary

2)  Love's Alarum (10)

Title Comment:  performance noted in Times, not in primary source

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Previous 17 November 1821; Next 27 November 1821

Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

27 November 1821
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 November 1821
advertisement
The London Times

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

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 26 November 1821; Next 28 November 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Dealer
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
O'Shaughnessy: Chapman
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted

2)  Love's Alarum (11)

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Previous 26 November 1821; Next 28 November 1821

Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

28 November 1821
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 November 1821
advertisement
The London Times

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

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 27 November 1821; Next 29 November 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Dealer
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
O'Shaughnessy: Chapman
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted

2)  Love's Alarum (12)

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Previous 27 November 1821; Next 29 November 1821

Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

29 November 1821
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1821
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 28 November 1821; Next 30 November 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Dealer
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
O'Shaughnessy: Chapman
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted

2)  Love's Alarum (13)

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Previous 28 November 1821; Next 30 November 1821

Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

Title: General Commentary


30 November 1821
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1821
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 29 November 1821; Next 1 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Dealer
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
O'Shaughnessy: Chapman
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted

2)  Love's Alarum (14)

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Previous 29 November 1821; Next 1 December 1821

Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

1 December 1821
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1821
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 30 November 1821; Next 3 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Dealer
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
O'Shaughnessy: Chapman
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted

2)  Love's Alarum (15)

Performances:  First 8 November 1821; Previous 30 November 1821

Cast:

Colonel St. George: Bellamy
Corporal Bridoon: Watkins Burroughs
Anthonio: [Robert] Keeley
Forage: Smith
Flank: Sanders
Donna Elvira: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Zerbina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
1st lady: Miss Jerrold
2nd lady: Miss Brady
3rd lady: Mrs. Dennis

3 December 1821
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 December 1821
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 1 December 1821; Next 4 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Dealer
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
O'Shaughnessy: Chapman
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (19)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 24 November 1821; Next 4 December 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

Title: General Commentary


4 December 1821
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 December 1821
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 3 December 1821; Next 5 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Dealer
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
O'Shaughnessy: Chapman
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (20)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 3 December 1821; Next 5 December 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

5 December 1821
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 December 1821
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 4 December 1821; Next 6 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Dealer
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
O'Shaughnessy: Chapman
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (21)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 4 December 1821; Next 6 December 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

6 December 1821
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1821
playbill
London Theatre Museum

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

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 5 December 1821; Next 7 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Dealer
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
O'Shaughnessy: Chapman
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (22)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 5 December 1821; Next 7 December 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

Title: General Commentary


7 December 1821
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1821
playbill
London Theatre Museum

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

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 6 December 1821; Next 8 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Dealer
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
O'Shaughnessy: Chapman
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (23)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 6 December 1821; Next 8 December 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

8 December 1821
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1821
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (12)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 7 December 1821; Next 10 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Dealer
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
O'Shaughnessy: Chapman
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (24)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 7 December 1821; Next 10 December 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

10 December 1821
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (13)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 8 December 1821; Next 11 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted
waiter: [William R.?] Rignold

Cast Changes:

ADDS  waiter: [William R.?] Rignold
BUT  Jack the gas light man: Chapman (replaces Dealer)
OMITS  O'Shaughnessy: Chapman

Spectacle

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (25)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 8 December 1821; Next 11 December 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

Title: General Commentary


11 December 1821
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (14)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 10 December 1821; Next 12 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted
waiter: [William R.?] Rignold

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (26)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 10 December 1821; Next 12 December 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

12 December 1821
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (15)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 11 December 1821; Next 13 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted
waiter: [William R.?] Rignold

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (27)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 11 December 1821; Next 13 December 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

13 December 1821
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (16)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 12 December 1821; Next 14 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted
waiter: [William R.?] Rignold

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (28)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 12 December 1821; Next 14 December 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

14 December 1821
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
10 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (17)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 13 December 1821; Next 15 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted
waiter: [William R.?] Rignold

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (29)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 13 December 1821; Next 15 December 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

15 December 1821
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (18)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 14 December 1821; Next 17 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
Jackson: Miller
Shadow: Brady
smugglers:
      Adams
      Hill
      Shepperd
      Barland
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
drunken buck: Glassington
ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: Unlisted
waiter: [William R.?] Rignold

2)  The Married Bachelor; or, Master and Man (30)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 14 December 1821

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Watkins Burroughs
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

17 December 1821
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (19)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 15 December 1821; Next 18 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
waiter: [William R.?] Rignold

Cast Changes:

OMITS  Jackson: Miller
  Shadow: Brady
  drunken buck: Glassington
  ladies, quadrillers, waltzers, visitors, beggars: [Unlisted]
  poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
  smugglers: Adams
  smugglers: Barland
  smugglers: Hill
  smugglers: Shepperd

2)  Lodgings to Let (1)

Title Comment:  Nicoll has Lodgings To Be Let

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 17 December 1821; Next 18 December 1821

Genre:  (Farce) admired burletta

First Night Cast:

Old Freakly: [Thomas] Buckingham
Young Freakly: Watkins Burroughs
Wilton: Bellamy
Solomon Sugarstick: [James P.] Wilkinson
Furnish: Daly
Brass: Smith
landlord: Dennis
Miss Ellen Freakly: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Banbury: Mrs. Daly
Nancy: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

18 December 1821
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (20)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 17 December 1821; Next 19 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
waiter: [William R.?] Rignold

2)  Lodgings to Let (2)

Performances:  First 17 December 1821; Previous 17 December 1821; Next 19 December 1821

Cast:

Old Freakly: [Thomas] Buckingham
Young Freakly: Watkins Burroughs
Wilton: Bellamy
Solomon Sugarstick: [James P.] Wilkinson
Furnish: Daly
Brass: Smith
landlord: Dennis
Miss Ellen Freakly: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Banbury: Mrs. Daly
Nancy: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

19 December 1821
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 December 1821
playbill
Lilly Library, Indiana University

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (21)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 18 December 1821; Next 20 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"

Cast Changes:

ADDS  marker: [William R.?] Rignold
OMITS  waiter: [William R.?] Rignold

2)  Lodgings to Let (3)

Title Comment:  Announced as 1st time this season on bill— printer's error assumed

Performances:  First 17 December 1821; Previous 18 December 1821; Next 20 December 1821

Cast:

Old Freakly: [Thomas] Buckingham
Young Freakly: Watkins Burroughs
Wilton: Bellamy
Solomon Sugarstick: [James P.] Wilkinson
Furnish: Daly
Brass: Smith
landlord: Dennis
Miss Ellen Freakly: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Banbury: Mrs. Daly
Nancy: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

20 December 1821
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
19 December 1821
playbill
Lilly Library, Indiana University

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (22)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 19 December 1821; Next 21 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"

2)  Lodgings to Let (4)

Performances:  First 17 December 1821; Previous 19 December 1821; Next 21 December 1821

Cast:

Old Freakly: [Thomas] Buckingham
Young Freakly: Watkins Burroughs
Wilton: Bellamy
Solomon Sugarstick: [James P.] Wilkinson
Furnish: Daly
Brass: Smith
landlord: Dennis
Miss Ellen Freakly: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Banbury: Mrs. Daly
Nancy: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

21 December 1821
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 December 1821
playbill
Lilly Library, Indiana University

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (23)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 20 December 1821; Next 22 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"

2)  Lodgings to Let (5)

Performances:  First 17 December 1821; Previous 20 December 1821; Next 22 December 1821

Cast:

Old Freakly: [Thomas] Buckingham
Young Freakly: Watkins Burroughs
Wilton: Bellamy
Solomon Sugarstick: [James P.] Wilkinson
Furnish: Daly
Brass: Smith
landlord: Dennis
Miss Ellen Freakly: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Banbury: Mrs. Daly
Nancy: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

22 December 1821
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 December 1821
playbill
Lilly Library, Indiana University

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (24)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 21 December 1821; Next 26 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: Watkins Burroughs
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Cope: Broad
Gull'em: Wakefield
Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"

2)  Lodgings to Let (6)

Performances:  First 17 December 1821; Previous 21 December 1821

Cast:

Old Freakly: [Thomas] Buckingham
Young Freakly: Watkins Burroughs
Wilton: Bellamy
Solomon Sugarstick: [James P.] Wilkinson
Furnish: Daly
Brass: Smith
landlord: Dennis
Miss Ellen Freakly: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Banbury: Mrs. Daly
Nancy: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

24 December 1821
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Eve


25 December 1821
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Day


26 December 1821
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (25)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 22 December 1821; Next 27 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold

Cast Changes:

BUT  Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve (replaces Watkins Burroughs)
OMITS  Baron Nab'em: "Grab'em"
  Cope: Broad
  Gull'em: Wakefield

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Unknown]; Composer: George B. Herbert

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Next 27 December 1821

Genre:  (Comic pantomime) entirely new grand comic pantomime; 15 scenes

First Night Cast:

Carasco (a ruined merchant), afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead (his servant), afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred (the beautiful prince, transformed into a beast on account of his vanity), afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
(attendants on Moonbeam)
      Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
      Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat (postman): Sanders
Shadrach (dealer in hats and boots): Shaw
Isaac (dealer in clothes, rather the worse for moths): Cahill
Catch'em (a bailiff): Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
sweep: [William H.] Walbourn
sweep's boy: Master Phillips
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: [Unlisted]
(merchant's daughters)
      Vanite: Mrs. Daly
      Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
      Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam (fairy): Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

Artistic Supervision

Scenery Description


27 December 1821
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (26)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 26 December 1821; Next 28 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (2)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 26 December 1821; Next 28 December 1821

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana
sweep: [William H.] Walbourn
sweep's boy: Master Phillips

28 December 1821
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (27)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 27 December 1821; Next 29 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (3)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 27 December 1821; Next 29 December 1821

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana
sweep: [William H.] Walbourn
sweep's boy: Master Phillips

29 December 1821
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (28)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 28 December 1821; Next 31 December 1821

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (4)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 28 December 1821; Next 31 December 1821

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana
sweep: [William H.] Walbourn
sweep's boy: Master Phillips

31 December 1821
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
31 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (29)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 29 December 1821; Next 1 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Clown: Master Bellam
  Columbine: Miss Chivers
  Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey

Cast Commentary

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (5)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 29 December 1821; Next 1 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

Cast Changes:

OMITS  sweep: [William H.] Walbourn
  sweep's boy: Master Phillips

Title: General Commentary


1 January 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (30)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 31 December 1821; Next 2 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (6)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 31 December 1821; Next 2 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

2 January 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (31)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 1 January 1822; Next 3 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (7)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 1 January 1822; Next 3 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

3 January 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
31 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (32)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 2 January 1822; Next 4 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (8)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 2 January 1822; Next 4 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

4 January 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
31 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (33)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 3 January 1822; Next 5 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (9)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 3 January 1822; Next 5 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

5 January 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
31 December 1821
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (34)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 4 January 1822; Next 7 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (10)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 4 January 1822; Next 7 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

7 January 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (35)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 5 January 1822; Next 8 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (11)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 5 January 1822; Next 8 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

8 January 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (36)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 7 January 1822; Next 9 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (12)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 7 January 1822; Next 9 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

9 January 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (37)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 8 January 1822; Next 10 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (13)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 8 January 1822; Next 10 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

10 January 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (38)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 9 January 1822; Next 11 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (14)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 9 January 1822; Next 11 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

11 January 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (39)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 10 January 1822; Next 12 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (15)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 10 January 1822; Next 12 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

12 January 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (40)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 11 January 1822; Next 14 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (16)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 11 January 1822; Next 14 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

14 January 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (41)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 12 January 1822; Next 15 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (17)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 12 January 1822; Next 15 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

15 January 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (42)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 14 January 1822; Next 16 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (18)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 14 January 1822; Next 16 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

16 January 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (43)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 15 January 1822; Next 17 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (19)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 15 January 1822; Next 17 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

17 January 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (44)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 16 January 1822; Next 18 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (20)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 16 January 1822; Next 18 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

18 January 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (45)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 17 January 1822; Next 19 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (21)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 17 January 1822; Next 19 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

19 January 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (46)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 18 January 1822; Next 21 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (22)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 18 January 1822; Next 21 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

21 January 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (47)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 19 January 1822; Next 22 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (23)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 19 January 1822; Next 22 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

22 January 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (48)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 21 January 1822; Next 23 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (24)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 21 January 1822; Next 23 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

23 January 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (49)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 22 January 1822; Next 24 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (25)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 22 January 1822; Next 24 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

24 January 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (50)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 23 January 1822; Next 25 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (26)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 23 January 1822; Next 25 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

25 January 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
21 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (51)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 24 January 1822; Next 26 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (27)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 24 January 1822; Next 26 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

26 January 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
21 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (52)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 25 January 1822; Next 28 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (28)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 25 January 1822; Next 28 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

28 January 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (53)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 26 January 1822; Next 29 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (29)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 26 January 1822; Next 29 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

29 January 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (54)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 28 January 1822; Next 30 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (30)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 28 January 1822; Next 30 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

30 January 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (55)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 29 January 1822; Next 31 January 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (31)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 29 January 1822; Next 31 January 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

31 January 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (56)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 30 January 1822; Next 1 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (32)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 30 January 1822; Next 1 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

1 February 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
28 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (57)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 31 January 1822; Next 2 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (33)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 31 January 1822; Next 2 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

2 February 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
28 January 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (58)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 1 February 1822; Next 4 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (34)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 1 February 1822; Next 4 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

4 February 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (59)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 2 February 1822; Next 5 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (35)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 2 February 1822; Next 5 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

5 February 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (60)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 4 February 1822; Next 6 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (36)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 4 February 1822; Next 6 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

6 February 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (61)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 5 February 1822; Next 7 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (37)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 5 February 1822; Next 7 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

7 February 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (62)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 6 February 1822; Next 8 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (38)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 6 February 1822; Next 8 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

8 February 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (63)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 7 February 1822; Next 9 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (39)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 7 February 1822; Next 9 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

9 February 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (64)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 8 February 1822; Next 11 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (40)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 8 February 1822; Next 11 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

11 February 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (65)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 9 February 1822; Next 12 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (41)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 9 February 1822; Next 12 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

12 February 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (66)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 11 February 1822; Next 13 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (42)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 11 February 1822; Next 13 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

13 February 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (67)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 12 February 1822; Next 14 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (43)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 12 February 1822; Next 14 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

14 February 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (68)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 13 February 1822; Next 15 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (44)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 13 February 1822; Next 15 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

15 February 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (69)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 14 February 1822; Next 16 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (45)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 14 February 1822; Next 16 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

16 February 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (70)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 15 February 1822; Next 18 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (46)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 15 February 1822; Next 18 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

18 February 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (71)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 16 February 1822; Next 19 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (47)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 16 February 1822; Next 19 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

19 February 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (72)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 18 February 1822; Next 21 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (48)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 18 February 1822; Next 21 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

20 February 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Ash Wednesday


21 February 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (73)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 19 February 1822; Next 23 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (49)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 19 February 1822; Next 23 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

22 February 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 February 1822
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Religious vocal and instrumental music


23 February 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (74)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 21 February 1822; Next 25 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (50)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 21 February 1822; Next 25 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

25 February 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (75)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 23 February 1822; Next 26 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (51)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 23 February 1822; Next 26 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

26 February 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (76)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 25 February 1822; Next 28 February 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (52)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 25 February 1822; Next 28 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

27 February 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 February 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Lent: Religious vocal and instrumental music


28 February 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (77)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 26 February 1822; Next 2 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (53)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 26 February 1822; Next 2 March 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

1 March 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 March 1822
playbill
British Library

Lent: Religious vocal and instrumental music


2 March 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 February 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (78)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 28 February 1822; Next 4 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (54)

Performances:  First 26 December 1821; Previous 28 February 1822

Cast:

Carasco, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Gambado Bellowshead, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Alfred, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Whisk: Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk: Master Bellam
Rat-tat: Sanders
Shadrach: Shaw
Isaac: Cahill
Catch'em: Smith
Dandy Exquisite: Dennis
coach office keeper: Phillips
Corporal Spilldish: W. Reeves
nabob: Miller
black boy: Master Knapp
orange man: S[tephen?] Smith
'Squire Butt Belly: Brady
potboy: Cooper
officer: Coates
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Shepperd
black bear: "Wild"
beef eaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors, tailors: Unlisted
Vanite: Mrs. Daly
Enviretta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Beauty, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Moonbeam: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mopsy: Miss Brady
beggarwoman: Mrs. Dennis
passenger: Miss Jerrold
lady with parcel: Miss Davis
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

4 March 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 March 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (79)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 2 March 1822; Next 5 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (28)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 24 November 1821; Next 5 March 1822

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

ADDS  attendant: Phillips
BUT  Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham (replaces [Robert] Keeley)

5 March 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 March 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (80)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 4 March 1822; Next 7 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (29)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 4 March 1822; Next 7 March 1822

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

6 March 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 March 1822
playbill
British Library

Lent: Religious vocal and instrumental music


7 March 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 March 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (81)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 5 March 1822; Next 9 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (30)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 5 March 1822; Next 9 March 1822

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

8 March 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 March 1822
playbill
British Library

Lent: Religious vocal and instrumental music


9 March 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 March 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (82)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 7 March 1822; Next 11 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (31)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 7 March 1822; Next 25 March 1822

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

11 March 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (83)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 9 March 1822; Next 12 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Who's to Father Me? [or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh] (4)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 7 November 1821; Next 12 March 1822

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Callahan
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: [Robert] Keeley
Jacob Butts: Phillips
Billy Butts: [James P.] Wilkinson
servant: Sanders
Charlotte Oldstock: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Harriet: Miss Brady
Mrs. Butts: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Betty: Miss Jerrold

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mandeville: Chapman (replaces Bellamy)

Cast Commentary


12 March 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (84)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 11 March 1822; Next 14 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Mr. Mace: Maxwell
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
master of whistling shop: Maddocks
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Who's to Father Me? [or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh] (5)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 11 March 1822; Next 14 March 1822

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Callahan
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: [Robert] Keeley
Jacob Butts: Phillips
Billy Butts: [James P.] Wilkinson
servant: Sanders
Charlotte Oldstock: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Harriet: Miss Brady
Mrs. Butts: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Betty: Miss Jerrold

13 March 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 March 1822
playbill
British Library

Lent: Religious vocal and instrumental music


14 March 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 March 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (85)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 12 March 1822; Next 16 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

Cast Changes:

OMITS  Mr. Mace: Maxwell
  Soldier Suke: "Flaggon"
  master of whistling shop: Maddocks

2)  Who's to Father Me? [or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh] (6)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 12 March 1822; Next 16 March 1822

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Callahan
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: [Robert] Keeley
Jacob Butts: Phillips
Billy Butts: [James P.] Wilkinson
servant: Sanders
Charlotte Oldstock: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Harriet: Miss Brady
Mrs. Butts: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Betty: Miss Jerrold

15 March 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 March 1822
playbill
British Library

Lent: Religious vocal and instrumental music


16 March 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 March 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (86)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 14 March 1822; Next 18 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Who's to Father Me? [or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh] (7)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 14 March 1822; Next 18 March 1822

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Callahan
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: [Robert] Keeley
Jacob Butts: Phillips
Billy Butts: [James P.] Wilkinson
servant: Sanders
Charlotte Oldstock: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Harriet: Miss Brady
Mrs. Butts: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Betty: Miss Jerrold

18 March 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1822
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (87)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 16 March 1822; Next 19 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Who's to Father Me? [or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh] (8)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 16 March 1822; Next 19 March 1822

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Callahan
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: [Robert] Keeley
Jacob Butts: Phillips
Billy Butts: [James P.] Wilkinson
servant: Sanders
Charlotte Oldstock: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Harriet: Miss Brady
Mrs. Butts: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Betty: Miss Jerrold

19 March 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 March 1822
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (88)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 18 March 1822; Next 21 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Who's to Father Me? [or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh] (9)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 18 March 1822; Next 21 March 1822

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Callahan
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: [Robert] Keeley
Jacob Butts: Phillips
Billy Butts: [James P.] Wilkinson
servant: Sanders
Charlotte Oldstock: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Harriet: Miss Brady
Mrs. Butts: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Betty: Miss Jerrold

20 March 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1822
playbill
British Library

Lent: Religious vocal and instrumental music


21 March 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 March 1822
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (89)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 19 March 1822; Next 23 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Who's to Father Me? [or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh] (10)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 19 March 1822; Next 23 March 1822

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Callahan
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: [Robert] Keeley
Jacob Butts: Phillips
Billy Butts: [James P.] Wilkinson
servant: Sanders
Charlotte Oldstock: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Harriet: Miss Brady
Mrs. Butts: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Betty: Miss Jerrold

22 March 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 March 1822
playbill
British Library

Lent: Religious vocal and instrumental music


23 March 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1822
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (90)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 21 March 1822; Next 25 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Who's to Father Me? [or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh] (11)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 21 March 1822; Next 30 March 1822

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Callahan
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: [Robert] Keeley
Jacob Butts: Phillips
Billy Butts: [James P.] Wilkinson
servant: Sanders
Charlotte Oldstock: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Harriet: Miss Brady
Mrs. Butts: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Betty: Miss Jerrold

25 March 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1822
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (91)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 23 March 1822; Next 26 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (7)

Performances:  First 12 November 1821; Previous 17 November 1821; Next 26 March 1822

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss Garbois

3)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (32)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 9 March 1822; Next 26 March 1822

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

26 March 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1822
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (92)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 25 March 1822; Next 28 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (8)

Performances:  First 12 November 1821; Previous 25 March 1822

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss Garbois

3)  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (33)

Performances:  First 8 October 1821; Previous 25 March 1822

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Benjamin] Wrench
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
attendant: Phillips
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Jerrold
slaves, dancers: Unlisted

27 March 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 March 1822
playbill
British Library

Lent: Religious vocal and instrumental music


28 March 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1822
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (93)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 26 March 1822; Next 30 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  The Runaway; or, La Fille Mal Gardee (1)

Title Comment:  See Oct 25, 1826 for more details; billed here under the subtitle

Choreographer: [Mons. Jean-Baptiste?] Hullin

Performances:  First 28 March 1822

Genre:  (Ballet)

Cast Commentary

3)  The Wild Man [; or, The Water Pageant] (1)

Title Comment:  It is not clear if this is Charles I. Dibdin's The Wild man; or, The Water Pageant

Author: [Charles I. Dibdin?]; Composer: [George W. Reeve?]

Performances:  First 28 March 1822

Genre:  (Undetermined)

Cast Commentary


29 March 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
29 March 1822
playbill
British Library

Lent: Religious vocal and instrumental music


30 March 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 March 1822
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (94)

Performances:  First 26 November 1821; Previous 28 March 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [Robert] Keeley
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bellamy
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
Primefit: Waylett
O'Boozle: Ball
M'Lush: Lee
Tartar: Daly
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Crib: Callahan
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      Miss Garbois
sportsmen, grooms, jockeys, noblemen, fancy lads, watchmen, waiters, markers, beggars, visitors, debtors, racquet players, masqueraders: Unlisted
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Harlequin: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown: Master Bellam
Columbine: Miss Chivers

2)  Who's to Father Me? [or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh] (12)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 23 March 1822; Next 8 May 1822

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Callahan
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: [Robert] Keeley
Jacob Butts: Phillips
Billy Butts: [James P.] Wilkinson
servant: Sanders
Charlotte Oldstock: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Harriet: Miss Brady
Mrs. Butts: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Betty: Miss Jerrold

1 April 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


2 April 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


3 April 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


4 April 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


5 April 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Good Friday

Preliminaries Commentary


6 April 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


8 April 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


9 April 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


11 April 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


13 April 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


15 April 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


16 April 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


18 April 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


20 April 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


22 April 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


23 April 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


25 April 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


27 April 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


29 April 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


30 April 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


2 May 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


4 May 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
29 April 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


6 May 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 May 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


7 May 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 May 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist


8 May 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 May 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: St. Albin

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (7)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 24 November 1821; Next 9 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

Cast Changes:

ADDS  waiter: Watkins Burroughs
BUT  Captain Melford: Russell (replaces Callahan)
  Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs (replaces Lee)
  Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan (replaces Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett)
  Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott (replaces Miss E[liza] Pitt)
  Mr. Courtall: Waylett (replaces Watkins Burroughs)
  Mr. Strap'em: Coates (replaces Daly)
  Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott (replaces Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker)

Song

2)  Emile and Emmeline (1)

Choreographer: St. Albin

Performances:  First 8 May 1822

Genre:  (Ballet) new ballet

First Night Cast:

principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Coates
      Fellows
      Madame Spitalier
      Miss Brisac
      Madame Foulon

Cast Commentary

Dance

Dance Commentary

3)  Who's to Father Me? [or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh] (13)

Performances:  First 5 November 1821; Previous 30 March 1822

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Powell
Captain Belford: Callahan
Mandeville: [Joseph L.] Cowell
Buckle: Waylett
Jacob Butts: Western
Billy Butts: [James P.] Wilkinson
servant: Watkins Burroughs
Charlotte Oldstock: Miss Wilkins
Harriet: Miss Jones
Mrs. Butts: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Betty: Miss Erskine

Cast Changes:

BUT  Betty: Miss Erskine (replaces Miss Jerrold)
  Buckle: Waylett (replaces [Robert] Keeley)
  Charlotte Oldstock: Miss Wilkins (replaces Miss E[liza] Pitt)
  Harriet: Miss Jones (replaces Miss Brady)
  Jacob Butts: Western (replaces Phillips)
  Mandeville: [Joseph L.] Cowell (replaces Chapman)
  Sir Oliver Oldstock: Powell (replaces Daly)
  servant: Watkins Burroughs (replaces Sanders)

Cast Commentary

Title: General Commentary

General, Music

General, Song

General, Song Commentary

General, Dance

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


9 May 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 May 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (8)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 8 May 1822; Next 11 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

11 May 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 May 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (9)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 9 May 1822; Next 13 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

13 May 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 May 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (10)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 11 May 1822; Next 14 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

14 May 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 May 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (11)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 13 May 1822; Next 15 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

15 May 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 May 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Charity: The Suffering Irish

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (12)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 14 May 1822; Next 16 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

16 May 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 May 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (13)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 15 May 1822; Next 18 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

18 May 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 May 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (14)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 16 May 1822; Next 20 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

20 May 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (15)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 18 May 1822; Next 21 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

21 May 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (16)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 20 May 1822; Next 23 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

23 May 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (17)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 21 May 1822; Next 25 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

25 May 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 May 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (18)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 23 May 1822; Next 27 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

27 May 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 May 1822
playbill
British Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (19)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 25 May 1822; Next 28 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

28 May 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 May 1822
playbill
British Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (20)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 27 May 1822; Next 30 May 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

30 May 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 May 1822
playbill
British Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (21)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 28 May 1822; Next 1 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

1 June 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 May 1822
playbill
British Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (22)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 30 May 1822; Next 3 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

3 June 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 June 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (23)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 1 June 1822; Next 4 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

4 June 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 June 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (24)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 3 June 1822; Next 6 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

6 June 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 June 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (25)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 4 June 1822; Next 8 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

8 June 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 June 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (26)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 6 June 1822; Next 10 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

10 June 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 June 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (27)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 8 June 1822; Next 11 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

11 June 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 June 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (28)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 10 June 1822; Next 13 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

13 June 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 June 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (29)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 11 June 1822; Next 15 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

15 June 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 June 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (30)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 13 June 1822; Next 17 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

17 June 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 June 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (31)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 15 June 1822; Next 18 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

18 June 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 June 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (32)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 17 June 1822; Next 20 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

20 June 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 June 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (33)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 18 June 1822; Next 22 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

22 June 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 June 1822
playbill
New York Public Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (34)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 20 June 1822; Next 24 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

24 June 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 June 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (35)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 22 June 1822; Next 25 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

25 June 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 June 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (36)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 24 June 1822; Next 27 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

27 June 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 June 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (37)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 25 June 1822; Next 29 June 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

29 June 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 June 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (38)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 27 June 1822; Next 1 July 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

1 July 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 July 1822
playbill
British Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (39)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 29 June 1822; Next 2 July 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

2 July 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 July 1822
playbill
British Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (40)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 1 July 1822; Next 4 July 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

4 July 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 July 1822
playbill
British Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (41)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 2 July 1822; Next 6 July 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

6 July 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 July 1822
playbill
British Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (42)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 4 July 1822; Next 8 July 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

8 July 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 July 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (43)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 6 July 1822; Next 9 July 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

9 July 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 July 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (44)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 8 July 1822; Next 11 July 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

11 July 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 July 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (45)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 9 July 1822; Next 13 July 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

13 July 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 July 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (46)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 11 July 1822; Next 15 July 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

15 July 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 July 1822
playbill
British Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (47)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 13 July 1822; Next 16 July 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

16 July 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 July 1822
playbill
British Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (48)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 15 July 1822; Next 18 July 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

18 July 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 July 1822
playbill
British Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (49)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 16 July 1822; Next 20 July 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

20 July 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 July 1822
playbill
British Library

Post season: Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (50)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 18 July 1822; Next 22 July 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

22 July 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 July 1822
announcement
Theatrical Observer

Benefit: Bromley, the elocutionist

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (51)

Performances:  First 19 November 1821; Previous 20 July 1822

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: [Thomas] Buckingham
Mr. Courtall: Waylett
Captain Melford: Russell
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Dobbs
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Coates
Mrs. Rhubarb: Miss E[liza] Scott
Julia: Miss J[emima] Scott
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
waiter: Watkins Burroughs

Seasonal Summary

Adelphi Theatre, Strand. Doors open 6:00, Curtain 6:45, half-price 8:30. Ticket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-. Season Ticket: 2 gns.

Seasonal Dates

1 Oct 1821 - 22 Jul 1822; 216 performances: 216 evening

Benefit (2):Bromley, the elocutionist (22 Jul 1822)
St. Albin (8 May 1822)
Charity (1):The Suffering Irish (15 May 1822)
Dark (9):Ash Wednesday (20 Feb 1822)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1821)
Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1821)
Good Friday (5 Apr 1822)
Passion Week (1 Apr 1822, 2 Apr 1822, 3 Apr 1822, 4 Apr 1822, 6 Apr 1822)
Lent (11):Religious vocal and instrumental music (22 Feb 1822, 27 Feb 1822, 1 Mar 1822, 6 Mar 1822, 8 Mar 1822, 13 Mar 1822, 15 Mar 1822, 20 Mar 1822, 22 Mar 1822, 27 Mar 1822, 29 Mar 1822)
Post season (60):Mons. Alexandre, the Ventriloquist (8 Apr 1822, 9 Apr 1822, 11 Apr 1822, 13 Apr 1822, 15 Apr 1822, 16 Apr 1822, 18 Apr 1822, 20 Apr 1822, 22 Apr 1822, 23 Apr 1822, 25 Apr 1822, 27 Apr 1822, 29 Apr 1822, 30 Apr 1822, 2 May 1822, 4 May 1822, 6 May 1822, 7 May 1822, 9 May 1822, 11 May 1822, 13 May 1822, 14 May 1822, 16 May 1822, 18 May 1822, 20 May 1822, 21 May 1822, 23 May 1822, 25 May 1822, 27 May 1822, 28 May 1822, 30 May 1822, 1 Jun 1822, 3 Jun 1822, 4 Jun 1822, 6 Jun 1822, 8 Jun 1822, 10 Jun 1822, 11 Jun 1822, 13 Jun 1822, 15 Jun 1822, 17 Jun 1822, 18 Jun 1822, 20 Jun 1822, 22 Jun 1822, 24 Jun 1822, 25 Jun 1822, 27 Jun 1822, 29 Jun 1822, 1 Jul 1822, 2 Jul 1822, 4 Jul 1822, 6 Jul 1822, 8 Jul 1822, 9 Jul 1822, 11 Jul 1822, 13 Jul 1822, 15 Jul 1822, 16 Jul 1822, 18 Jul 1822, 20 Jul 1822)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Jones, Willis
Rodwell, James T.
Stage directors:Paulo, Signor
Stage managers:Lee
Orchestra conductors and leaders:Parnell, Michael
Ballet masters and mistresses:St. Albin
Musical composers and arrangers:Maddison, George W.
Box bookkeepers:Callan
Property masters and mistresses:Dix
Scene designers:Carroll
Franklin
Mason
Scene painters:Carroll
Franklin
Mason
Stage mechanics:Dennis, R.
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Franklin
Godbee
Godbee, Miss
Printers:W. Glindon, Rupert Street, Haymarket (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

Dibdin, Charles I. Wild Man, The; or, The Water Pageant (28 Mar 1822)
Herbert, George B. Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (26 Dec 1821)
Hullin, Mons. Jean-Baptiste Runaway, The; or, La Fille Mal Gardee (28 Mar 1822)
Lawrence Fairy of the North Star, The; or, Harlequin at Labrador (1 Oct 1821)
Maddison, George W. Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (8 Oct 1821)
Fairy of the North Star, The; or, Harlequin at Labrador (1 Oct 1821)
Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (26 Nov 1821)
Moncrieff, William T. Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (26 Nov 1821)
O'Callaghan, P. P. Married Bachelor, The; or, Master and Man (5 Nov 1821)
Planché, James R. Capers at Canterbury (1 Oct 1821)
Corsair's Bride, The; or, The Valley of Mount Etna (22 Oct 1821)
Deuce Is in Her, The; or, Two Nights in Madrid (15 Oct 1821)
Half an Hour's Courtship; or, Le Chambre a Coucher (1 Oct 1821)
Lodgings to Let (17 Dec 1821)
Love's Alarum (8 Nov 1821)
Who's to Father Me? or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh (5 Nov 1821)
Reeve, George W. Wild Man, The; or, The Water Pageant (28 Mar 1822)
Rodwell, George H. Where Shall I Dine? (1 Nov 1821)
St. Albin Amour, L'; or, Wine No Poison (12 Nov 1821)
Emile and Emmeline (8 May 1822)
Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters (19 Nov 1821)
Unknown Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (26 Dec 1821)
Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (8 Oct 1821)
Fairy of the North Star, The; or, Harlequin at Labrador (1 Oct 1821)
Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (19 Nov 1821)

Song Composers/Pieces

Unlisted Comic song (8 May 1822)

Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Comic pas de trois (1 Oct 1821)
Grand pas de deux (15 Oct 1821)
Minuet de la Cour (15 Oct 1821)
New comic extravaganza (15 Oct 1821)
New pas seul (15 Oct 1821)
Pas de trois (8 May 1822)
Spanish bolero (1 Oct 1821)

Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted Assaut d'armes by two celebrated professors (10 Dec 1821)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Carroll Coach yard and booking office (26 Dec 1821)
Exterior of the Bonassus' Exhibition (26 Dec 1821)
Outside of lodging houses (26 Dec 1821)
Outside of Nabob's house (26 Dec 1821)
Rag Fair (26 Dec 1821)
View of the obelisk (26 Dec 1821)
View of Waterloo Bridge (26 Dec 1821)
Franklin Azure palace of the Fairy Moonbeam, the (26 Dec 1821)
Forest and enchanted castle (26 Dec 1821)
Splendid chamber in ditto (26 Dec 1821)
Mason Cave of Repentance (26 Dec 1821)
Gardens of the enchanted castle (26 Dec 1821)
Interior of ditto (26 Dec 1821)
Interior of the cottage of the merchant Carasco (26 Dec 1821)
Merchant's cottage as before, the (26 Dec 1821)
Unlisted Title # 019 (26 Dec 1821)
Unattributed All Max in the East (26 Nov 1821)
Almack's rooms, brilliantly illuminated (26 Nov 1821)
Back slums in the Holy Land (26 Nov 1821)
Burlington Arcade (26 Nov 1821)
Chaffing crib as before (26 Nov 1821)
Chaffing crib in Corinthian House (26 Nov 1821)
Crib's parlour (26 Nov 1821)
Fleet Street (26 Nov 1821)
Gaming house in St. James (26 Nov 1821)
Gothic statue hall and chapel of the castle (22 Oct 1821)
Grand carnival (26 Nov 1821)
Interior of fortune teller's garret (26 Nov 1821)
Interior of Logic's chambers in the Albany (26 Nov 1821)
Interior of Tattersal's (26 Nov 1821)
Interior of watchhouse (26 Nov 1821)
Jackson's rooms (26 Nov 1821)
Leicester Square (26 Nov 1821)
Passes in the valley of Mount Etna with the entrance to the Duke de Bentivoglio's Garden (22 Oct 1821)
Pavilion in garden and view of Etna by moonlight (22 Oct 1821)
Sportsman's cabinet at Hawthorn Hall (26 Nov 1821)
Sue's residence in Hawthorn Village (26 Nov 1821)
Temple Bar (26 Nov 1821)
Whistling shop in the Fleet (26 Nov 1821)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

Amour, L'; or, Wine No Poison

(Ballet by St. Albin (Choreographer) (8 Performances, 12 Nov 1821 - 26 Mar 1822)

Summary Cast:

*  Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose

(Comic pantomime, 15 scenes) by Unknown (Author); Herbert, George B. (Composer) (54 Performances, 26 Dec 1821 - 2 Mar 1822)

Summary Cast:

*  Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite

(Farce by Unknown (Author); Maddison, George W. (Composer) (33 Performances, 8 Oct 1821 - 26 Mar 1822)

Summary Cast:

*  Capers at Canterbury

(Comedy, 3 acts) by Planché, James R. (Author) (27 Performances, 1 Oct 1821 - 17 Nov 1821)

Summary Cast:

*  Corsair's Bride, The; or, The Valley of Mount Etna

(Melodrama, 3 acts) by Planché, James R. (Author) (21 Performances, 22 Oct 1821 - 14 Nov 1821)

Summary Cast:

Deuce Is in Her, The; or, Two Nights in Madrid

(Farce by Planché, James R. (Author) (9 Performances, 15 Oct 1821 - 3 Nov 1821)

Summary Cast:

Emile and Emmeline

(Ballet by St. Albin (Choreographer) (1 Performances, 8 May 1822)

Summary Cast:

Fairy of the North Star, The; or, Harlequin at Labrador

(Pantomime by Unknown (Author); Lawrence (Composer); Maddison, George W. (Composer) (15 Performances, 1 Oct 1821 - 31 Oct 1821)

Summary Cast:

Half an Hour's Courtship; or, Le Chambre a Coucher

(Interlude by Planché, James R. (Author) (6 Performances, 1 Oct 1821 - 6 Oct 1821)

Summary Cast:

Lodgings to Let

(Farce by Planché, James R. (Author) (6 Performances, 17 Dec 1821 - 22 Dec 1821)

Summary Cast:

*  Love's Alarum

(Operatic farce by Planché, James R. (Author) (15 Performances, 8 Nov 1821 - 1 Dec 1821)

Summary Cast:

Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks

(Farce by Unknown (Author) (51 Performances, 19 Nov 1821 - 22 Jul 1822)

Summary Cast:

*  Married Bachelor, The; or, Master and Man

(Farce by O'Callaghan, P. P. (Author) (30 Performances, 5 Nov 1821 - 15 Dec 1821)

Summary Cast:

Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters

(Ballet by St. Albin (Choreographer) (6 Performances, 19 Nov 1821 - 24 Nov 1821)

Summary Cast:

Runaway, The; or, La Fille Mal Gardee

(Ballet by Hullin, Mons. Jean-Baptiste (Choreographer) (1 Performances, 28 Mar 1822)

Summary Cast:

*  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London

(Comic drama, 3 acts, 20 scenes) by Moncrieff, William T. (Author); Maddison, George W. (Composer) (94 Performances, 26 Nov 1821 - 30 Mar 1822)

Summary Cast:

Where Shall I Dine?

(Farce by Rodwell, George H. (Author) (3 Performances, 1 Nov 1821 - 3 Nov 1821)

Summary Cast:

Who's to Father Me? or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh

(Farce by Planché, James R. (Author) (13 Performances, 5 Nov 1821 - 8 May 1822)

Summary Cast:

Wild Man, The; or, The Water Pageant

(Undetermined by Dibdin, Charles I. (Author); Reeve, George W. (Composer) (1 Performances, 28 Mar 1822)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Adams

Ball

Barland

Barnett, Master

Bellam, Master

Bellamy

Blagrove, Master Henry G.

Brady

Broad

Buckingham, Thomas

Burroughs, Watkins

Cahill

Callahan

Chabert, Monsieur Julian X.

Chapman

Coates

Cooper

Cowell, Joseph L.

Daly

Dealer

Dennis

Dobbs

Fellows

Gay

Glassington

Harvey, Master William

Hill

Keeley, Robert

Kirby, Master

Kirby, William

Knapp, Master

Lee

Maddocks

Maxwell

Miller

Padbury

Paulo, Signor

Phillips

Phillips, Master

Powell

Power, Tyrone

Read

Reeve, John

Reeves, W.

Rignold, William R.

Russell

St. Albin

Sanders

Shaw

Shepperd

Smith

Smith, Stephen

Tomlinson

Unlisted

Wakefield

Walbourn, William H.

Wallace

Watson

Waylett

Webb

Western

White

Wilkinson, James P.

Willis

Wilson

Wrench, Benjamin

Actresses

Baker, Mrs. Charles W.

Bohen, Miss

Brady, Miss

Brisac, Miss

Bryan, Mrs. Charlotte

Casciana, Miss

Chivers, Miss

Cooper, Miss

Daly, Mrs.

Davis, Miss

Dennis, Miss

Dennis, Mrs.

Erskine, Miss

Foulon, Madame

Garbois, Miss

Gaskin, Miss

Hammersley, Miss Miriam

Jerrold, Miss

Jones, Miss

Pitt, Miss Eliza

Scott, Miss Eliza

Scott, Miss Jemima

Simpson, Miss Jane

Smith, Miss

Smith, Mrs.

Spitalier, Madame

Waylett, Mrs. Harriett

Wilkins, Miss

Dancers

Boisgerard

Brady

Chekini, Master

Cooper

Garbois, Miss

O'Brien, Miss

St. Albin

Sanders

Simpson, Miss Jane

Walbourn, William H.

Wilkinson, James P.

Entertainers

Chabert, Monsieur Julian X.

Musicians

Blagrove, Master Henry G.

Singers

Dobbs

Webb

General Music Composers/Pieces

Unlisted Grand violin concerto (8 May 1822)

General Song Composers/Pieces

Unlisted I'll Be a Good Boy and Take Care of Myself (8 May 1822)
Paddy Carey (8 May 1822)

General Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Grand pas de deux (8 Nov 1821)
Minuet de la cour and Gavotte de Vestris (8 May 1822)

General Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Indian feats (8 May 1822)



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