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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 1822-1823

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

The season opened 7 October 1822 with Tom and Jerry and The New Marriage Act.  William Oxberry (from the TR Haymarket) and Salter (from E.O.H.) were important additions to the company.  Of the latter, the Mirror of the Stage said in 1824: "No gentleman on the minor boards has a greater share of general and useful talent.  His old men are strong and sturdy, his flippant valets...are rather heavy...Without being actually great in anything [he] must be respectable in everything" (16 February p. 20).

During the first week, a double tragedy happened.  Benjamin Wrench sprained his leg severely and Reeve's wife died, thus causing the temporary absence of two of the Adelphi's stars.  At this time, neither William Walbourn nor Oxberry could be released from summer commitments at other theatres.  As a consequence Tom and Jerry's spot on the bill was filled by last season's Christmas pantomime, Beauty and the Beast, and a farce, Moncrieff's The Green Dragon; or, I've Quite Forgot.

The Mirror of the Stage was critical of Tom and Jerry:

A well-governed stage has been justly described to be 'an ornament to society'... but can it be said for a moment that where the characters in a drama are prostitutes, thieves, and vagabonds, where the language is a tissue of disgusting ribaldry and obscene jests, where vice is upheld and virtue debased, can it be said, we repeat, that such a piece is likely to improve our morals, our virtue or our manners?...We are no canting Methodists, no puritanical casuists (18 November 1822, p. 125).

The piece was resumed on 17 October accompanied by a new farce.  The New Marriage Act had expired, as the Adelphi Scrapbook reported:  "The voice of disapprobation at the end was so loud that the manager came forward to say that it should be carefully revised or withdrawn."  After Christmas, the pantomime, Harlequin's Holiday; or, Who Killed the Dog?  replaced the farce.  A week later, the subtitle of the pantomime was changed to The Cockney Sportsmen.  Nothing helped, and Harlequin's Holiday perished by 27 January, its place taken by alternating short pieces.

Green in France, a spin-off from the ever-popular Tom and Jerry, began in January.  The Drama summarized the plot as follows:

The three choice spirits, Tom, Jerry, and Logic, have entered into matrimony with those chaste ladies, Kate, Sue, and Jane, and, after three months devotion to the shrine of Hymen, resolve on a continental tour; this is accordingly undertaken in company with Green (Wilkinson) of Tooley Street, a true specimen of Cockney foolery and ignorance.  The ladies are, however, very unwilling to trust their 'lords' away from their aprons, and therefore determine to follow them to France (January 1823, p. 47).

Advice was offered to John Reeve to "place his hands before him, or to look at the personage who is speaking to him, or to whom he is himself addressing, and to give up all attempts at singing until he has improved himself in the science of music" (p. 49).

A popular piece, No Dinner Yet, had a simple plot concerning the attempts of Sponge to find a meal.  The dialog was lively and contained several puns.  The Mirror of the Stage praised both main actors.  Wilkinson "may justly be said to be inimitable.  Buckingham as Doric, a sort of speculative builder, was very clever.  There is much novelty in this piece, inasmuch as there are not any female characters in it—a thing very rare in modern times" (24 February 1823, p. 44).

This season no entertainments took place on Wednesdays and Fridays during Lent, the theatre being dark on those days.  On 24 April 1823, Wilkinson and Reeve combined to present their one-man entertainments on the same bill.  Wilkinson opened the program with his Trifles Light As Air, a combination of songs and impressions.  Reeve's contribution was Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family.  It featured nine characters personified and two songs:  "'Tis a Folly to Talk of Life's Troubles," and an extravaganza, "First Vid de Grace Extraordinaire," composed by George B. Herbert.  Reeve concluded the show with imitations of London performers.  Apparently, the program was successful, for the initial schedule of four nights was changed to six nights a week.  On 14 June, the entertainments ceased, and the theatre was dark until 23 June when Reeve assumed Wilkinson's part of the show along with his own, announcing that since Wilkinson's summer engagements precluded him from continuing, he (Reeve), "At the request of the numerous frequenters of this theatre, has undertaken to attempt the whole entertainment."  Reeve's entertainments continued four nights per week until Saturday, 6 September 1823.

"C." wrote to the Drama in August 1823 of Reeve's performance:

The ease and success with which he goes through the whole of the entertainment, the first part of which was originally written for a performer so different in his style of acting, is a decided proof of Mr. Reeve's extraordinary versatility, and when to this is added his justness of conception, mastery of features, admirable style of comic singing and rich vein of genuine humour, I am justified in asserting that a union of such qualities would render him a most valuable acquisition in the retinue of Thalia... .  It would be a want of justice to Mr. Reeve to omit noticing the rapidity with which he changes his dresses in the last part of his entertainment—his excellence in this particular exceeds anything I have hitherto seen (p. 46).

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Daily Calendar for 1822-1823


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

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

Author: [William T. Moncrieff]; Composer: George B. Herbert

Author Commentary:  "Written solely by the author of Giovanni in London" (bill)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Next 8 October 1822

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: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown (1st time here)
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter (from E.O.H)
Tartar (constable of the night): Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray (his brother): "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Pitt
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay

Cast Commentary

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary

2)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [W. Henry]

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Next 8 October 1822

Genre:  (Farce) entirely new farcical burletta

First Night Cast:

Tobias Cox (of Cox's Folly): [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox (his son, Fellow of Brazen Nose): John Reeve
Billy Chitterling (from Carnaby Market): [James P.] Wilkinson
North (servant to Old Cox): Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer (1st app here)
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

Cast Commentary

Song


8 October 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 October 1822
review
Theatrical Observer

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 7 October 1822; Next 9 October 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: Lee
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Unknown
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      W[illiam] Kirby
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Pitt
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay

Cast Changes:

BUT  Corinthian Tom: Lee (replaces [Benjamin] Wrench)
  Crib: Unknown (replaces Lee)

2)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (2)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 7 October 1822; Next 9 October 1822

Cast:

Tobias Cox: [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox: John Reeve
Billy Chitterling: [James P.] Wilkinson
North: Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

General, Advertisement


9 October 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 October 1822
playbill
British Library
8 October 1822
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum
9 October 1822
review
Theatrical Observer

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 8 October 1822; Next 17 October 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: Lee
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Unknown
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      W[illiam] Kirby
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Pitt
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay

2)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (3)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 8 October 1822; Next 10 October 1822

Cast:

Tobias Cox: [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox: John Reeve
Billy Chitterling: [James P.] Wilkinson
North: Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

10 October 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 October 1822
advertisement
The London Times

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 10 October 1822; Next 11 October 1822

Genre:  (Farce)

Title: General Commentary

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

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 10 October 1822; Next 11 October 1822

Genre:  (Farce)

Title: General Commentary

3)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (4)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 9 October 1822; Next 11 October 1822

Cast:

Tobias Cox: [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox: Brown
Billy Chitterling: [James P.] Wilkinson
North: Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

Cast Changes:

BUT  Tommy Cox: Brown (replaces John Reeve)

Cast Commentary


11 October 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1822
advertisement
The London Times

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

Performances:  First 10 October 1822; Previous 10 October 1822; Next 12 October 1822

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

Performances:  First 10 October 1822; Previous 10 October 1822; Next 12 October 1822

3)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (5)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 10 October 1822; Next 12 October 1822

Cast:

Tobias Cox: [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox: Brown
Billy Chitterling: [James P.] Wilkinson
North: Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

12 October 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 October 1822
advertisement
The London Times

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

Performances:  First 10 October 1822; Previous 11 October 1822

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

Performances:  First 10 October 1822; Previous 11 October 1822

3)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (6)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 11 October 1822; Next 14 October 1822

Cast:

Tobias Cox: [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox: Brown
Billy Chitterling: [James P.] Wilkinson
North: Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

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

1)  The Green Dragon; or, I've Quite Forgot (1)

Author: [William T. Moncrieff]

Performances:  First 14 October 1822; Next 15 October 1822

Genre:  (Burlesque) favorite burletta

First Night Cast:

Captain Venture: Chapman
'Squire Jovial: Lee
Squire Rattlepate: Elliott
Flint: [Thomas] Buckingham
Humphrey: Salter
Roger Sieveskull: [James P.] Wilkinson
Joey Stump: Sanders
Catchpole (a bailiff): Bishop
Touch (his follower): Gay
lawyer's clerk: Smith
Boots: S[tephen?] Smith
exciseman: W. Reeves
Silvertongue: Dennis
steward: Daly
Cara: Miss Dyer
Dolly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Susan: Miss S. Pitt
cook: Miss Brady

2)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (7)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 12 October 1822; Next 15 October 1822

Cast:

Tobias Cox: [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox: Brown
Billy Chitterling: [James P.] Wilkinson
North: Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

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

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

Author Commentary:  Herbert's name given in previous season

Performances:  First 14 October 1822; Next 15 October 1822

Genre:  (Comic pantomime) last new comic pantomime

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
Whisk (attendant on Moonbeam): Master [William?] Harvey
Frisk (attendant on Moonbeam): Master Bellam
Rat-tat (postman): Sanders
Shadrach (dealer in hats and boots): Shaw
Isaac (dealer in clothes): 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 Butbelly: Gay
potboy: Cooper
officer: Proud
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Moore
black bear: "Wild"
beefeaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors: [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 Ireland
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

Cast Commentary

General, Commentary


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

1)  The Green Dragon; or, I've Quite Forgot (2)

Performances:  First 14 October 1822; Previous 14 October 1822; Next 16 October 1822

Cast:

Captain Venture: Chapman
'Squire Jovial: Lee
Squire Rattlepate: Elliott
Flint: [Thomas] Buckingham
Humphrey: Salter
Roger Sieveskull: [James P.] Wilkinson
Joey Stump: Sanders
Catchpole: Bishop
Touch: Gay
lawyer's clerk: Smith
Boots: S[tephen?] Smith
exciseman: W. Reeves
Silvertongue: Dennis
steward: Daly
Cara: Miss Dyer
Dolly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Susan: Miss S. Pitt
cook: Miss Brady

2)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (8)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 14 October 1822; Next 16 October 1822

Cast:

Tobias Cox: [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox: Brown
Billy Chitterling: [James P.] Wilkinson
North: Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

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

Performances:  First 14 October 1822; Previous 14 October 1822; Next 16 October 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 Butbelly: Gay
potboy: Cooper
officer: Proud
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Moore
black bear: "Wild"
beefeaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors: [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 Ireland
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

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

1)  The Green Dragon; or, I've Quite Forgot (3)

Performances:  First 14 October 1822; Previous 15 October 1822; Next 10 March 1823

Cast:

Captain Venture: Chapman
'Squire Jovial: Lee
Squire Rattlepate: Elliott
Flint: [Thomas] Buckingham
Humphrey: Salter
Roger Sieveskull: [James P.] Wilkinson
Joey Stump: Sanders
Catchpole: Bishop
Touch: Gay
lawyer's clerk: Smith
Boots: S[tephen?] Smith
exciseman: W. Reeves
Silvertongue: Dennis
steward: Daly
Cara: Miss Dyer
Dolly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Susan: Miss S. Pitt
cook: Miss Brady

2)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (9)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 15 October 1822; Next 21 October 1822

Cast:

Tobias Cox: [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox: Brown
Billy Chitterling: [James P.] Wilkinson
North: Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

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

Performances:  First 14 October 1822; Previous 15 October 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 Butbelly: Gay
potboy: Cooper
officer: Proud
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
toll house keeper: Padbury
image man: Moore
black bear: "Wild"
beefeaters:
      "Gammon"
      "Puff"
watermen:
      "Tugg"
      "Skuller"
wine merchant: Wallace
porters, dandies, visitors: [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 Ireland
visitors:
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Casciana

17 October 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 9 October 1822; Next 18 October 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Unknown
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      W[illiam] Kirby
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Pitt
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Queer'em: W. Reeves
  poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
BUT  Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench (replaces Lee)
  Crib: Lee (replaces Unknown)
  Hon. Dick Trifle: Unknown (replaces Bishop)
  Sue: Miss S. Pitt (replaces Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett)

Cast Commentary

2)  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 17 October 1822; Next 18 October 1822

Genre:  (Farce) admired burletta

First Night Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Bishop
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: Salter
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 October 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 17 October 1822; Next 19 October 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Unknown
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      W[illiam] Kirby
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Pitt
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

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

Performances:  First 17 October 1822; Previous 17 October 1822; Next 19 October 1822

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Bishop
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: Salter
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 October 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 18 October 1822; Next 21 October 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Unknown
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      W[illiam] Kirby
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Pitt
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

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

Performances:  First 17 October 1822; Previous 18 October 1822; Next 17 March 1823

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Bishop
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: Salter
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

21 October 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 19 October 1822; Next 22 October 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      W[illiam] Kirby
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Pitt
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

Cast Changes:

BUT  Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop (replaces Unknown)

2)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (10)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 16 October 1822; Next 22 October 1822

Cast:

Tobias Cox: [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox: Elliott
Billy Chitterling: [James P.] Wilkinson
North: Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

Cast Changes:

BUT  Tommy Cox: Elliott (replaces Brown)

Song


22 October 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 21 October 1822; Next 23 October 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      W[illiam] Kirby
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Pitt
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (11)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 21 October 1822; Next 23 October 1822

Cast:

Tobias Cox: [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox: Elliott
Billy Chitterling: [James P.] Wilkinson
North: Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

23 October 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 22 October 1822; Next 24 October 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      W[illiam] Kirby
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Pitt
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (12)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 22 October 1822; Next 24 October 1822

Cast:

Tobias Cox: [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox: Elliott
Billy Chitterling: [James P.] Wilkinson
North: Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

24 October 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 23 October 1822; Next 25 October 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      W[illiam] Kirby
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Pitt
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (13)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 23 October 1822; Next 25 October 1822

Cast:

Tobias Cox: [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox: Elliott
Billy Chitterling: [James P.] Wilkinson
North: Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

25 October 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 24 October 1822; Next 26 October 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      W[illiam] Kirby
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Pitt
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (14)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 24 October 1822; Next 26 October 1822

Cast:

Tobias Cox: [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox: Elliott
Billy Chitterling: [James P.] Wilkinson
North: Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

26 October 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 25 October 1822; Next 28 October 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      W[illiam] Kirby
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Pitt
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  The New Marriage Act; or, A Lesson for Lovers (15)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 25 October 1822

Cast:

Tobias Cox: [Thomas] Buckingham
Tommy Cox: Elliott
Billy Chitterling: [James P.] Wilkinson
North: Salter
Miss Judith Partlett: Mrs. Daly
Semira Simper: Miss Dyer
Sally Chandler: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

28 October 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 26 October 1822; Next 29 October 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brady
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Clown: Signor Paulo
Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Pantaloon: Daly

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Clown: Signor Paulo
  Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
  Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
  Pantaloon: Daly
BUT  Princess Plumante: Miss Brady (replaces Miss Pitt)
OMITS  principal dancers: W[illiam] Kirby

2)  Fun and Fright; or, How to Gain Consent (1)

Author: [James T. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 28 October 1822; Next 29 October 1822

Genre:  (Farce) admired burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir Amorous Simple: [Thomas] Buckingham
Frank: John Reeve
Robert Maydew: Lee
Sharpshins: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dr. Gripe'em: Daly
Gregory: Salter
Rose Maydew: Miss E[liza] Pitt

29 October 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 28 October 1822; Next 30 October 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brady
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Clown: Signor Paulo
Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Pantaloon: Daly

2)  Fun and Fright; or, How to Gain Consent (2)

Performances:  First 28 October 1822; Previous 28 October 1822; Next 30 October 1822

Cast:

Sir Amorous Simple: [Thomas] Buckingham
Frank: John Reeve
Robert Maydew: Lee
Sharpshins: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dr. Gripe'em: Daly
Gregory: Salter
Rose Maydew: Miss E[liza] Pitt

30 October 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 29 October 1822; Next 31 October 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brady
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Clown: Signor Paulo
Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Pantaloon: Daly

2)  Fun and Fright; or, How to Gain Consent (3)

Performances:  First 28 October 1822; Previous 29 October 1822; Next 31 October 1822

Cast:

Sir Amorous Simple: [Thomas] Buckingham
Frank: John Reeve
Robert Maydew: Lee
Sharpshins: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dr. Gripe'em: Daly
Gregory: Salter
Rose Maydew: Miss E[liza] Pitt

31 October 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
31 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 30 October 1822; Next 1 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brady
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Clown: Signor Paulo
Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Pantaloon: Daly

2)  Fun and Fright; or, How to Gain Consent (4)

Performances:  First 28 October 1822; Previous 30 October 1822; Next 1 November 1822

Cast:

Sir Amorous Simple: [Thomas] Buckingham
Frank: John Reeve
Robert Maydew: Lee
Sharpshins: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dr. Gripe'em: Daly
Gregory: Salter
Rose Maydew: Miss E[liza] Pitt

1 November 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
31 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 31 October 1822; Next 2 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brady
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Clown: Signor Paulo
Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Pantaloon: Daly

2)  Fun and Fright; or, How to Gain Consent (5)

Performances:  First 28 October 1822; Previous 31 October 1822; Next 2 November 1822

Cast:

Sir Amorous Simple: [Thomas] Buckingham
Frank: John Reeve
Robert Maydew: Lee
Sharpshins: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dr. Gripe'em: Daly
Gregory: Salter
Rose Maydew: Miss E[liza] Pitt

2 November 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
31 October 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 1 November 1822; Next 4 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brady
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Clown: Signor Paulo
Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Pantaloon: Daly

2)  Fun and Fright; or, How to Gain Consent (6)

Performances:  First 28 October 1822; Previous 1 November 1822

Cast:

Sir Amorous Simple: [Thomas] Buckingham
Frank: John Reeve
Robert Maydew: Lee
Sharpshins: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dr. Gripe'em: Daly
Gregory: Salter
Rose Maydew: Miss E[liza] Pitt

4 November 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 2 November 1822; Next 5 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brady
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Clown: Signor Paulo
Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Pantaloon: Daly

2)  Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (1)

Title Comment:  1st time this theatre; Nicoll has Teresa Tomkins

Author: [William T. Moncrieff]

Performances:  First 4 November 1822; Next 5 November 1822

Genre:  (Burlesque) celebrated burlesque melo-drama

First Night Cast:

Causewin (alias Carwin, a lawyer): John Reeve
Fountaine (alias Fontaine, an exciseman): [Paul] Herring (1st time here)
Charley (alias Charles, an accountant): Brown
Thickhead (alias Picard): Salter
Lovewine (alias Lavigne, a landlord): [Thomas] Buckingham
Dullpart (alias Delparc, high sheriff of Rumford): W. Reeves
Johnson (a smuggler): Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman (bailiff from Carey Street): Proud
Nickem (Nabman's brother): Dennis
Muggins (a customer): Phillips
Molly (alias Tereza Tomkins, alias Therese, formerly a milliner, a housemaid, an orphan): Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper (alias widow, a distiller): Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy (alias Bridget, wife to Lovewine): Mrs. Daly
Nanny (alias Nannette, a barmaid): Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Jerrold

5 November 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 4 November 1822; Next 6 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brady
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Clown: Signor Paulo
Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Pantaloon: Daly

2)  Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (2)

Performances:  First 4 November 1822; Previous 4 November 1822; Next 6 November 1822

Cast:

Causewin: John Reeve
Fountaine: [Paul] Herring
Charley: Brown
Thickhead: Salter
Lovewine: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dullpart: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy: Mrs. Daly
Nanny: Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Jerrold

6 November 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 5 November 1822; Next 7 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brady
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Clown: Signor Paulo
Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Pantaloon: Daly

2)  Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (3)

Performances:  First 4 November 1822; Previous 5 November 1822; Next 7 November 1822

Cast:

Causewin: John Reeve
Fountaine: [Paul] Herring
Charley: Brown
Thickhead: Salter
Lovewine: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dullpart: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy: Mrs. Daly
Nanny: Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Jerrold

7 November 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 November 1822
announcement
Theatrical Observer

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 6 November 1822; Next 8 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: [William H.] Oxberry
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brady
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Clown: Signor Paulo
Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Pantaloon: Daly

Cast Changes:

BUT  Jemmy Green: [William H.] Oxberry (replaces Brown)

2)  Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (4)

Performances:  First 4 November 1822; Previous 6 November 1822; Next 8 November 1822

Cast:

Causewin: John Reeve
Fountaine: [Paul] Herring
Charley: Brown
Thickhead: Salter
Lovewine: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dullpart: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy: Mrs. Daly
Nanny: Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Jerrold

8 November 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 7 November 1822; Next 9 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: [William H.] Oxberry
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brady
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Clown: Signor Paulo
Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Pantaloon: Daly

2)  Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (5)

Performances:  First 4 November 1822; Previous 7 November 1822; Next 9 November 1822

Cast:

Causewin: John Reeve
Fountaine: [Paul] Herring
Charley: Brown
Thickhead: Salter
Lovewine: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dullpart: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy: Mrs. Daly
Nanny: Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Jerrold

9 November 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 8 November 1822; Next 11 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: [William H.] Oxberry
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brady
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Clown: Signor Paulo
Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Pantaloon: Daly

2)  Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (6)

Performances:  First 4 November 1822; Previous 8 November 1822; Next 11 November 1822

Cast:

Causewin: John Reeve
Fountaine: [Paul] Herring
Charley: Brown
Thickhead: Salter
Lovewine: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dullpart: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy: Mrs. Daly
Nanny: Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Jerrold

11 November 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 9 November 1822; Next 12 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: [William H.] Oxberry
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Brown
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

Cast Changes:

BUT  Hon. Dick Trifle: Brown (replaces Bishop)
  Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac (replaces Miss Brady)
OMITS  Clown: Signor Paulo
  Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
  Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
  Pantaloon: Daly

2)  Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (7)

Performances:  First 4 November 1822; Previous 9 November 1822; Next 12 November 1822

Cast:

Causewin: John Reeve
Fountaine: [Paul] Herring
Charley: Brown
Thickhead: Salter
Lovewine: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dullpart: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy: Mrs. Daly
Nanny: Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Jerrold

12 November 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 11 November 1822; Next 13 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: [William H.] Oxberry
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Brown
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (8)

Performances:  First 4 November 1822; Previous 11 November 1822; Next 13 November 1822

Cast:

Causewin: John Reeve
Fountaine: [Paul] Herring
Charley: Brown
Thickhead: Salter
Lovewine: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dullpart: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy: Mrs. Daly
Nanny: Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Jerrold

13 November 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 12 November 1822; Next 14 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: [William H.] Oxberry
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Brown
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss S. Pitt
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (9)

Performances:  First 4 November 1822; Previous 12 November 1822; Next 5 December 1822

Cast:

Causewin: John Reeve
Fountaine: [Paul] Herring
Charley: Brown
Thickhead: Salter
Lovewine: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dullpart: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy: Mrs. Daly
Nanny: Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Jerrold

14 November 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 13 November 1822; Next 15 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

Cast Changes:

BUT  Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop (replaces Brown)
  Jemmy Green: Brown (replaces [William H.] Oxberry)
  Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett (replaces Miss S. Pitt)

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

Title Comment:  "By particular desire" (bill)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 14 November 1822; Next 15 November 1822

Genre:  (Farce) admired burletta

First Night Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Paul] Herring
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Brisac

Dance


15 November 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 14 November 1822; Next 16 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

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

Performances:  First 14 November 1822; Previous 14 November 1822; Next 16 November 1822

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Paul] Herring
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Brisac

16 November 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 15 November 1822; Next 18 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

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

Performances:  First 14 November 1822; Previous 15 November 1822; Next 18 November 1822

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Paul] Herring
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Brisac

18 November 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 16 November 1822; Next 19 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

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

Performances:  First 14 November 1822; Previous 16 November 1822; Next 19 November 1822

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Paul] Herring
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Brisac

19 November 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 18 November 1822; Next 20 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

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

Performances:  First 14 November 1822; Previous 18 November 1822; Next 20 November 1822

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Paul] Herring
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Brisac

20 November 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 19 November 1822; Next 21 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

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

Performances:  First 14 November 1822; Previous 19 November 1822

Cast:

Shahabaham: Daly
Ismael: [Thomas] Buckingham
Shift: [Paul] Herring
Plod: [James P.] Wilkinson
Rosetta: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Barbara: Miss Brisac

21 November 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 20 November 1822; Next 22 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Freely adapted from a celebrated French piece called "My Husband's Secret" (bill)

Author: [Thomas Meadows]

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Next 22 November 1822

Genre:  (Farce) new farcical burletta; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby (servant to Mr. Dearlove): [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza (beloved by Hyde): Miss S. Pitt

Song


22 November 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
21 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 21 November 1822; Next 23 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (2)

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Previous 21 November 1822; Next 23 November 1822

Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby: [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza: Miss S. Pitt

23 November 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
21 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 22 November 1822; Next 25 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (3)

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Previous 22 November 1822; Next 25 November 1822

Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby: [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza: Miss S. Pitt

25 November 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 23 November 1822; Next 26 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

Cast Changes:

OMITS  Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
  Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
  Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
  Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac

Cast Commentary

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (4)

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Previous 23 November 1822; Next 26 November 1822

Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby: [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza: Miss S. Pitt

26 November 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 25 November 1822; Next 27 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (5)

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Previous 25 November 1822; Next 27 November 1822

Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby: [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza: Miss S. Pitt

27 November 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 26 November 1822; Next 28 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (6)

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Previous 26 November 1822; Next 28 November 1822

Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby: [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza: Miss S. Pitt

28 November 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 27 November 1822; Next 29 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (7)

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Previous 27 November 1822; Next 29 November 1822

Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby: [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza: Miss S. Pitt

29 November 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 28 November 1822; Next 30 November 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (8)

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Previous 28 November 1822; Next 30 November 1822

Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby: [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza: Miss S. Pitt

30 November 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 November 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 29 November 1822; Next 2 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (9)

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Previous 29 November 1822; Next 2 December 1822

Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby: [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza: Miss S. Pitt

2 December 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 December 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 30 November 1822; Next 3 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (10)

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Previous 30 November 1822; Next 3 December 1822

Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby: [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza: Miss S. Pitt

3 December 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 December 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 2 December 1822; Next 4 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (11)

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Previous 2 December 1822; Next 4 December 1822

Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby: [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza: Miss S. Pitt

4 December 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 December 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 3 December 1822; Next 5 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (12)

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Previous 3 December 1822; Next 16 December 1822

Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby: [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza: Miss S. Pitt

5 December 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
5 December 1822
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 4 December 1822; Next 6 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (10)

Performances:  First 4 November 1822; Previous 13 November 1822; Next 6 December 1822

Cast:

Causewin: [William H.] Oxberry
Fountaine: [Paul] Herring
Charley: Brown
Thickhead: Salter
Lovewine: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dullpart: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy: Mrs. Daly
Nanny: Mrs. Gay

Cast Changes:

BUT  Causewin: [William H.] Oxberry (replaces John Reeve)
OMITS  Mrs. Muggins: Miss Jerrold

6 December 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 December 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (47)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 5 December 1822; Next 7 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (11)

Performances:  First 4 November 1822; Previous 5 December 1822; Next 7 December 1822

Cast:

Causewin: [William H.] Oxberry
Fountaine: [Paul] Herring
Charley: Brown
Thickhead: Salter
Lovewine: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dullpart: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy: Mrs. Daly
Nanny: Mrs. Gay

7 December 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 December 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (48)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 6 December 1822; Next 9 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (12)

Performances:  First 4 November 1822; Previous 6 December 1822

Cast:

Causewin: [William H.] Oxberry
Fountaine: [Paul] Herring
Charley: Brown
Thickhead: Salter
Lovewine: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dullpart: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy: Mrs. Daly
Nanny: Mrs. Gay

9 December 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 December 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (49)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 7 December 1822; Next 10 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

Spectacle

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Cupboard and the Cabinet [; or, The Original "Fish Out of Water"] (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Licensed as Cooking and Copying; or The Cupboard and the Cabinet; The subtitle does not appear until next season

Author: [William T. Moncrieff]

Author Commentary:  ms. note on bill—"I think this was an adapt by Moncrieff and and also called The Book of the Secret"

Performances:  First 9 December 1822; Next 10 December 1822

Genre:  (Farce) new comic burletta; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Sir Burleigh Protocol: Daly
Lord Ardentcourt: [Thomas] Buckingham
Vincent Ardentcourt: Elliott
Mr. Mullins (steward to Sir Burleigh): Salter
Peter Grill: [William H.] Oxberry
Jacob: Sanders
Arabella: Miss S. Pitt

10 December 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 December 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (50)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 9 December 1822; Next 11 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  The Cupboard and the Cabinet [; or, The Original "Fish Out of Water"] (2)

Performances:  First 9 December 1822; Previous 9 December 1822; Next 11 December 1822

Cast:

Sir Burleigh Protocol: Daly
Lord Ardentcourt: [Thomas] Buckingham
Vincent Ardentcourt: Elliott
Mr. Mullins: Salter
Peter Grill: [William H.] Oxberry
Jacob: Sanders
Arabella: Miss S. Pitt

11 December 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 December 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (51)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 10 December 1822; Next 12 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  The Cupboard and the Cabinet [; or, The Original "Fish Out of Water"] (3)

Performances:  First 9 December 1822; Previous 10 December 1822; Next 12 December 1822

Cast:

Sir Burleigh Protocol: Daly
Lord Ardentcourt: [Thomas] Buckingham
Vincent Ardentcourt: Elliott
Mr. Mullins: Salter
Peter Grill: [William H.] Oxberry
Jacob: Sanders
Arabella: Miss S. Pitt

12 December 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 December 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (52)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 11 December 1822; Next 13 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  The Cupboard and the Cabinet [; or, The Original "Fish Out of Water"] (4)

Performances:  First 9 December 1822; Previous 11 December 1822; Next 13 December 1822

Cast:

Sir Burleigh Protocol: Daly
Lord Ardentcourt: [Thomas] Buckingham
Vincent Ardentcourt: Elliott
Mr. Mullins: Salter
Peter Grill: [William H.] Oxberry
Jacob: Sanders
Arabella: Miss S. Pitt

13 December 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 December 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (53)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 12 December 1822; Next 14 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  The Cupboard and the Cabinet [; or, The Original "Fish Out of Water"] (5)

Performances:  First 9 December 1822; Previous 12 December 1822; Next 14 December 1822

Cast:

Sir Burleigh Protocol: Daly
Lord Ardentcourt: [Thomas] Buckingham
Vincent Ardentcourt: Elliott
Mr. Mullins: Salter
Peter Grill: [William H.] Oxberry
Jacob: Sanders
Arabella: Miss S. Pitt

14 December 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 December 1822
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (54)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 13 December 1822; Next 16 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  The Cupboard and the Cabinet [; or, The Original "Fish Out of Water"] (6)

Performances:  First 9 December 1822; Previous 13 December 1822; Next 19 December 1822

Cast:

Sir Burleigh Protocol: Daly
Lord Ardentcourt: [Thomas] Buckingham
Vincent Ardentcourt: Elliott
Mr. Mullins: Salter
Peter Grill: [William H.] Oxberry
Jacob: Sanders
Arabella: Miss S. Pitt

16 December 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 December 1822
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (55)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 14 December 1822; Next 17 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (13)

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Previous 4 December 1822; Next 17 December 1822

Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby: [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza: Miss S. Pitt

17 December 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 December 1822
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (56)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 16 December 1822; Next 18 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (14)

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Previous 16 December 1822; Next 18 December 1822

Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby: [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza: Miss S. Pitt

18 December 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 December 1822
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (57)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 17 December 1822; Next 19 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (15)

Performances:  First 21 November 1822; Previous 17 December 1822

Cast:

Mr. Dearlove: Elliott
Charles Hyde: Chapman
Barnaby: [Paul] Herring
porter: Sanders
Mrs. Dearlove: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eliza: Miss S. Pitt

19 December 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 December 1822
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (58)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 18 December 1822; Next 20 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  The Cupboard and the Cabinet [; or, The Original "Fish Out of Water"] (7)

Performances:  First 9 December 1822; Previous 14 December 1822; Next 20 December 1822

Cast:

Sir Burleigh Protocol: Daly
Lord Ardentcourt: [Thomas] Buckingham
Vincent Ardentcourt: Elliott
Mr. Mullins: Salter
Peter Grill: [William H.] Oxberry
Jacob: Sanders
Arabella: Miss S. Pitt

20 December 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 December 1822
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (59)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 19 December 1822; Next 21 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  The Cupboard and the Cabinet [; or, The Original "Fish Out of Water"] (8)

Performances:  First 9 December 1822; Previous 19 December 1822; Next 21 December 1822

Cast:

Sir Burleigh Protocol: Daly
Lord Ardentcourt: [Thomas] Buckingham
Vincent Ardentcourt: Elliott
Mr. Mullins: Salter
Peter Grill: [William H.] Oxberry
Jacob: Sanders
Arabella: Miss S. Pitt

21 December 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 December 1822
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (60)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 20 December 1822; Next 23 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  The Cupboard and the Cabinet [; or, The Original "Fish Out of Water"] (9)

Performances:  First 9 December 1822; Previous 20 December 1822; Next 23 December 1822

Cast:

Sir Burleigh Protocol: Daly
Lord Ardentcourt: [Thomas] Buckingham
Vincent Ardentcourt: Elliott
Mr. Mullins: Salter
Peter Grill: [William H.] Oxberry
Jacob: Sanders
Arabella: Miss S. Pitt

23 December 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 December 1822
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (61)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 21 December 1822; Next 26 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  The Cupboard and the Cabinet [; or, The Original "Fish Out of Water"] (10)

Performances:  First 9 December 1822; Previous 21 December 1822

Cast:

Sir Burleigh Protocol: Daly
Lord Ardentcourt: [Thomas] Buckingham
Vincent Ardentcourt: Elliott
Mr. Mullins: Salter
Peter Grill: [William H.] Oxberry
Jacob: Sanders
Arabella: Miss S. Pitt

24 December 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Eve


25 December 1822
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Day


26 December 1822
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (62)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 23 December 1822; Next 27 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (1)

Title Comment:  billed under original title Harlequin's Holiday; or, Who Killed the Dog? for first week only

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Next 27 December 1822

Genre:  (Comic pantomime) entirely new comic pantomime; 14 scenes

First Night Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

Scenery Description


27 December 1822
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (63)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 26 December 1822; Next 28 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (2)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 26 December 1822; Next 28 December 1822

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

28 December 1822
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (64)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 27 December 1822; Next 30 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (3)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 27 December 1822; Next 30 December 1822

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

30 December 1822
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (65)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 28 December 1822; Next 31 December 1822

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (4)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 28 December 1822; Next 31 December 1822

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

31 December 1822
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (66)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 30 December 1822; Next 1 January 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (5)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 30 December 1822; Next 1 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

1 January 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (67)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 31 December 1822; Next 2 January 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (6)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 31 December 1822; Next 2 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

2 January 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (68)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 1 January 1823; Next 3 January 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (7)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 1 January 1823; Next 3 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

3 January 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (69)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 2 January 1823; Next 4 January 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (8)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 2 January 1823; Next 4 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

4 January 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1822
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (70)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 3 January 1823; Next 20 February 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: Signor Paulo
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (9)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 3 January 1823; Next 6 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

6 January 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 January 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (1)

Author: [William T. Moncrieff]; Choreographer: St. Albin; Choreographer: [William H.] Walbourn; Composer: George B. Herbert

Author Commentary:  by the author of Tom and Jerry

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Next 7 January 1823

Genre:  (Burlesque) entirely new buffo, terpsichoric, peripatetic, lexiographic [sic], veluti-in-speculum, national, ethical, pot-pourrical, satirical, and strictly loyal and moral burletta, extravaganza entertainment of French, fancy, fact, and fiction; 3 acts, 24 scenes, appendix

First Night Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq. (of Portland Place, London, and Lark Manor House, Kent): [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq. (of the Clarendon Hotel, London, and Rosebud Cottage, Somersetshire): John Reeve
Doctor Logic (of the Albany, London, and Cuckoo Hall, Oxford): [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman (of Tooley Street, London, and occasionally of "The Dandelion, " Margate): [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge (Knight of St. Louis): Daly
La France (valet de place): Brown
Jack Ballast (of the navy, in the steam service): Salter
Ikey Flash (employed in the gas works, from Peter Street, Westminster): [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield (a horse dealer from Doncaster): [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie (the Dicky Primefit of Paris): Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte (a postillion): Gay
Maigre Viande (garcon at Very's): "Long"
Maitre Rataplan (a French Drummer boy): Shaw
Pauvre Jacques (a wandering Savoyard): Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam (guard to the Dover Mail): W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez (conductor of diligence): Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian (formerly Kate Constant): Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn (formerly Susan Rosebud): Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic (formerly Jane Somerset): Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn (from County Kerry): Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve (an adventuress in search of an English husband): Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge (French landlady): Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland

Cast Commentary

Spectacle

Spectacle Commentary

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (10)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 4 January 1823; Next 7 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

Cast Commentary


7 January 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 January 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (2)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 6 January 1823; Next 8 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: Gay
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (11)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 6 January 1823; Next 8 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

8 January 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 January 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (3)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 7 January 1823; Next 9 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: Gay
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (12)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 7 January 1823; Next 9 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

9 January 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 January 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (4)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 8 January 1823; Next 10 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: Gay
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (13)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 8 January 1823; Next 10 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

10 January 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (5)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 9 January 1823; Next 11 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: Gay
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (14)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 9 January 1823; Next 11 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

11 January 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 January 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (6)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 10 January 1823; Next 13 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: Gay
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (15)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 10 January 1823; Next 13 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

13 January 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 January 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (7)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 11 January 1823; Next 14 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: Gay
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (16)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 11 January 1823; Next 14 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

14 January 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 January 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (8)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 13 January 1823; Next 15 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: Gay
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (17)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 13 January 1823; Next 15 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

15 January 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (9)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 14 January 1823; Next 16 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: Gay
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (18)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 14 January 1823; Next 16 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

16 January 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 January 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (10)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 15 January 1823; Next 17 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: Gay
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (19)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 15 January 1823; Next 17 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

17 January 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (11)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 16 January 1823; Next 18 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: Gay
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (20)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 16 January 1823; Next 18 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

18 January 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 January 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (12)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 17 January 1823; Next 20 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: Gay
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (21)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 17 January 1823; Next 20 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

20 January 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 January 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (13)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 18 January 1823; Next 21 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Pierrot: Gay
BUT  Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider" (replaces Gay)

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (22)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 18 January 1823; Next 21 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: Elliott
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

Cast Changes:

BUT  Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: Elliott (replaces W[illiam] Kirby)

Cast Commentary


21 January 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 January 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (14)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 20 January 1823; Next 22 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (23)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 20 January 1823; Next 22 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: Elliott
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

22 January 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 January 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (15)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 21 January 1823; Next 23 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (24)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 21 January 1823; Next 23 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: Elliott
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

23 January 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 January 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (16)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 22 January 1823; Next 24 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (25)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 22 January 1823; Next 24 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: Elliott
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

24 January 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 January 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (17)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 23 January 1823; Next 25 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (26)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 23 January 1823; Next 25 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: Elliott
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

25 January 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 January 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (18)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 24 January 1823; Next 27 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (27)

Performances:  First 26 December 1822; Previous 24 January 1823

Cast:

Rinaldo, afterwards Harlequin: Elliott
Grim Gruffy, afterwards Pantaloon: Daly
Bobby Blunderbuss: Bishop
Gregory Goodaim: T. Smith
Justice Hangall, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Captain Cut and Come Again: Moore
Sexton Longchops: Dennis
constable: W. Reeves
cabbage man: Shaw
dandy: Sanders
old woman: Cooper
sweep: Miller
bricklayer: Smith
milkman: Wallace
schoolboy: Master Billings
hair dresser: Gay
cobbler: [William R.?] Rignold
recruiting sargeant: Payne
fifer: Yates
drummer: "Beat'em"
echo office man: Phillips
taylor: "Snip"
master of a coffee shop: Cahill
ticket porter: J. Smith
gas man: Glover
butcher: T. Smith
recruits:
      Padbury
      Proud
      Spellers
      Hart
      Knapp
      Stow
pieman, visitors, porters, servants: [Unlisted]
Justina, afterwards Columbine: Miss [Jane] Simpson
Justice: Miss E[liza] Pitt
visiting ladies:
      Miss Casciana
      Mrs. Dennis
woman with cherries: Miss Ireland
dancers:
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Davis
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Bennett

27 January 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 January 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (19)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 25 January 1823; Next 28 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  The Fancy's Opera (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

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

Performances:  First 27 January 1823; Next 28 January 1823

Genre:  (Comic operetta) entirely new comic, satirical, epical, moral burletta

First Night Cast:

(principal characters in the prelude)
      Playtrump (the manager): Lee
      Shift (the prompter): Phillips
      Colley Skylark, Esq. (a fancy author): [Paul] Herring
wingmen: Unlisted
(principal characters in the opera)
      Millington: John Reeve
      Mr. John Try: Brown
      Patrick: [William H.] Walbourn
      White: Dennis
      [blank] Hedges, Esq.: Elliott
      Caleb Tyke: [Thomas] Buckingham
      Dicky Allfly: Sanders
      Aby Shock: Bishop
      Mr. Heavyswell: Salter
      Mr. Makeweight: Daly
      Mr. Jinks: W. Reeves
      Tommy Tothill: Shaw
      amateurs, professors of the fancy, costermongers:
            Miller
            Payne
            Proud
            Moore
            S[tephen?] Smith
            T. Smith
            Gay
            Cooper
            Padbury
            Cahill
      Miss Amelia Mentor: Miss S. Pitt
      Miss Grace Tyke: Miss Dyer
      nanny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
      village lasses:
            Miss Vidall
            Miss Ireland
            Miss Brown
            Miss Casciana

Cast Commentary


28 January 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 January 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (20)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 27 January 1823; Next 29 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  The Fancy's Opera (2)

Performances:  First 27 January 1823; Previous 27 January 1823; Next 29 January 1823

Cast:

Playtrump: Lee
Shift: Phillips
Colley Skylark, Esq.: [Paul] Herring
Millington: John Reeve
Mr. John Try: Brown
Patrick: [William H.] Walbourn
White: Dennis
[blank] Hedges, Esq.: Elliott
Caleb Tyke: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dicky Allfly: Sanders
Aby Shock: Bishop
Mr. Heavyswell: Salter
Mr. Makeweight: Daly
Mr. Jinks: W. Reeves
Tommy Tothill: Shaw
amateurs, professors of the fancy, costermongers:
      Miller
      Payne
      Proud
      Moore
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Gay
      Cooper
      Padbury
      Cahill
Miss Amelia Mentor: Miss S. Pitt
Miss Grace Tyke: Miss Dyer
nanny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
village lasses:
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Brown
      Miss Casciana
wingmen: Unlisted

29 January 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 January 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (21)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 28 January 1823; Next 31 January 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  The Fancy's Opera (3)

Performances:  First 27 January 1823; Previous 28 January 1823; Next 31 January 1823

Cast:

Playtrump: Lee
Shift: Phillips
Colley Skylark, Esq.: [Paul] Herring
Millington: John Reeve
Mr. John Try: Brown
Patrick: [William H.] Walbourn
White: Dennis
[blank] Hedges, Esq.: Elliott
Caleb Tyke: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dicky Allfly: Sanders
Aby Shock: Bishop
Mr. Heavyswell: Salter
Mr. Makeweight: Daly
Mr. Jinks: W. Reeves
Tommy Tothill: Shaw
amateurs, professors of the fancy, costermongers:
      Miller
      Payne
      Proud
      Moore
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Gay
      Cooper
      Padbury
      Cahill
Miss Amelia Mentor: Miss S. Pitt
Miss Grace Tyke: Miss Dyer
nanny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
village lasses:
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Brown
      Miss Casciana
wingmen: Unlisted

30 January 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Martyr's Day


31 January 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 January 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (22)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 29 January 1823; Next 1 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  The Fancy's Opera (4)

Performances:  First 27 January 1823; Previous 29 January 1823; Next 1 February 1823

Cast:

Playtrump: Lee
Shift: Phillips
Colley Skylark, Esq.: [Paul] Herring
Millington: John Reeve
Mr. John Try: Brown
Patrick: [William H.] Walbourn
White: Dennis
[blank] Hedges, Esq.: Elliott
Caleb Tyke: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dicky Allfly: Sanders
Aby Shock: Bishop
Mr. Heavyswell: Salter
Mr. Makeweight: Daly
Mr. Jinks: W. Reeves
Tommy Tothill: Shaw
amateurs, professors of the fancy, costermongers:
      Miller
      Payne
      Proud
      Moore
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Gay
      Cooper
      Padbury
      Cahill
Miss Amelia Mentor: Miss S. Pitt
Miss Grace Tyke: Miss Dyer
nanny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
village lasses:
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Brown
      Miss Casciana
wingmen: Unlisted

1 February 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 January 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (23)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 31 January 1823; Next 3 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  The Fancy's Opera (5)

Performances:  First 27 January 1823; Previous 31 January 1823; Next 3 February 1823

Cast:

Playtrump: Lee
Shift: Phillips
Colley Skylark, Esq.: [Paul] Herring
Millington: John Reeve
Mr. John Try: Brown
Patrick: [William H.] Walbourn
White: Dennis
[blank] Hedges, Esq.: Elliott
Caleb Tyke: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dicky Allfly: Sanders
Aby Shock: Bishop
Mr. Heavyswell: Salter
Mr. Makeweight: Daly
Mr. Jinks: W. Reeves
Tommy Tothill: Shaw
amateurs, professors of the fancy, costermongers:
      Miller
      Payne
      Proud
      Moore
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Gay
      Cooper
      Padbury
      Cahill
Miss Amelia Mentor: Miss S. Pitt
Miss Grace Tyke: Miss Dyer
nanny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
village lasses:
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Brown
      Miss Casciana
wingmen: Unlisted

3 February 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (24)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 1 February 1823; Next 4 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  The Fancy's Opera (6)

Performances:  First 27 January 1823; Previous 1 February 1823; Next 4 February 1823

Cast:

Playtrump: Lee
Shift: Phillips
Colley Skylark, Esq.: [Paul] Herring
Millington: John Reeve
Mr. John Try: Brown
Patrick: [William H.] Walbourn
White: Dennis
[blank] Hedges, Esq.: Elliott
Caleb Tyke: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dicky Allfly: Sanders
Aby Shock: Bishop
Mr. Heavyswell: Salter
Mr. Makeweight: Daly
Mr. Jinks: W. Reeves
Tommy Tothill: Shaw
amateurs, professors of the fancy, costermongers:
      Miller
      Payne
      Proud
      Moore
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Gay
      Cooper
      Padbury
      Cahill
Miss Amelia Mentor: Miss S. Pitt
Miss Grace Tyke: Miss Dyer
nanny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
village lasses:
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Brown
      Miss Casciana
wingmen: Unlisted

4 February 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (25)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 3 February 1823; Next 5 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  The Fancy's Opera (7)

Performances:  First 27 January 1823; Previous 3 February 1823; Next 5 February 1823

Cast:

Playtrump: Lee
Shift: Phillips
Colley Skylark, Esq.: [Paul] Herring
Millington: John Reeve
Mr. John Try: Brown
Patrick: [William H.] Walbourn
White: Dennis
[blank] Hedges, Esq.: Elliott
Caleb Tyke: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dicky Allfly: Sanders
Aby Shock: Bishop
Mr. Heavyswell: Salter
Mr. Makeweight: Daly
Mr. Jinks: W. Reeves
Tommy Tothill: Shaw
amateurs, professors of the fancy, costermongers:
      Miller
      Payne
      Proud
      Moore
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Gay
      Cooper
      Padbury
      Cahill
Miss Amelia Mentor: Miss S. Pitt
Miss Grace Tyke: Miss Dyer
nanny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
village lasses:
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Brown
      Miss Casciana
wingmen: Unlisted

5 February 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (26)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 4 February 1823; Next 6 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  The Fancy's Opera (8)

Performances:  First 27 January 1823; Previous 4 February 1823; Next 6 February 1823

Cast:

Playtrump: Lee
Shift: Phillips
Colley Skylark, Esq.: [Paul] Herring
Millington: John Reeve
Mr. John Try: Brown
Patrick: [William H.] Walbourn
White: Dennis
[blank] Hedges, Esq.: Elliott
Caleb Tyke: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dicky Allfly: Sanders
Aby Shock: Bishop
Mr. Heavyswell: Salter
Mr. Makeweight: Daly
Mr. Jinks: W. Reeves
Tommy Tothill: Shaw
amateurs, professors of the fancy, costermongers:
      Miller
      Payne
      Proud
      Moore
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Gay
      Cooper
      Padbury
      Cahill
Miss Amelia Mentor: Miss S. Pitt
Miss Grace Tyke: Miss Dyer
nanny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
village lasses:
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Brown
      Miss Casciana
wingmen: Unlisted

6 February 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 February 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (27)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 5 February 1823; Next 7 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  The Fancy's Opera (9)

Performances:  First 27 January 1823; Previous 5 February 1823; Next 7 February 1823

Cast:

Playtrump: Lee
Shift: Phillips
Colley Skylark, Esq.: [Paul] Herring
Millington: John Reeve
Mr. John Try: Brown
Patrick: [William H.] Walbourn
White: Dennis
[blank] Hedges, Esq.: Elliott
Caleb Tyke: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dicky Allfly: Sanders
Aby Shock: Bishop
Mr. Heavyswell: Salter
Mr. Makeweight: Daly
Mr. Jinks: W. Reeves
Tommy Tothill: Shaw
amateurs, professors of the fancy, costermongers:
      Miller
      Payne
      Proud
      Moore
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Gay
      Cooper
      Padbury
      Cahill
Miss Amelia Mentor: Miss S. Pitt
Miss Grace Tyke: Miss Dyer
nanny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
village lasses:
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Brown
      Miss Casciana
wingmen: Unlisted

7 February 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 February 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (28)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 6 February 1823; Next 8 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  The Fancy's Opera (10)

Performances:  First 27 January 1823; Previous 6 February 1823; Next 8 February 1823

Cast:

Playtrump: Lee
Shift: Phillips
Colley Skylark, Esq.: [Paul] Herring
Millington: John Reeve
Mr. John Try: Brown
Patrick: [William H.] Walbourn
White: Dennis
[blank] Hedges, Esq.: Elliott
Caleb Tyke: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dicky Allfly: Sanders
Aby Shock: Bishop
Mr. Heavyswell: Salter
Mr. Makeweight: Daly
Mr. Jinks: W. Reeves
Tommy Tothill: Shaw
amateurs, professors of the fancy, costermongers:
      Miller
      Payne
      Proud
      Moore
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Gay
      Cooper
      Padbury
      Cahill
Miss Amelia Mentor: Miss S. Pitt
Miss Grace Tyke: Miss Dyer
nanny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
village lasses:
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Brown
      Miss Casciana
wingmen: Unlisted

8 February 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 February 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (29)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 7 February 1823; Next 10 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  The Fancy's Opera (11)

Performances:  First 27 January 1823; Previous 7 February 1823

Cast:

Playtrump: Lee
Shift: Phillips
Colley Skylark, Esq.: [Paul] Herring
Millington: John Reeve
Mr. John Try: Brown
Patrick: [William H.] Walbourn
White: Dennis
[blank] Hedges, Esq.: Elliott
Caleb Tyke: [Thomas] Buckingham
Dicky Allfly: Sanders
Aby Shock: Bishop
Mr. Heavyswell: Salter
Mr. Makeweight: Daly
Mr. Jinks: W. Reeves
Tommy Tothill: Shaw
amateurs, professors of the fancy, costermongers:
      Miller
      Payne
      Proud
      Moore
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Gay
      Cooper
      Padbury
      Cahill
Miss Amelia Mentor: Miss S. Pitt
Miss Grace Tyke: Miss Dyer
nanny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
village lasses:
      Miss Vidall
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Brown
      Miss Casciana
wingmen: Unlisted

10 February 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 February 1823
playbill
British Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (30)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 8 February 1823; Next 11 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

Cast Changes:

ADDS  principal dancers: St. Albin

2)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Nicoll (IV, 395) says licensed as Not Dined Yet; or, Sponge in the Country; Ms note on LTM bill—"published as A Race for a Dinner by [James T.] Rodwell"

Author: [James T. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 10 February 1823; Next 11 February 1823

Genre:  (Farce) new comic burletta from the French

First Night Cast:

Doric (retired tradesman): [Thomas] Buckingham
Measureton (architect): Elliott
Dalton (rich merchant): Daly
Lovell (his friend): Bishop
Robert Feedwell (innkeeper): Salter
Frank (servant to Dalton): Phillips
William (waiter at the inn): S[tephen?] Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

11 February 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 February 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (31)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 10 February 1823; Next 13 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (2)

Performances:  First 10 February 1823; Previous 10 February 1823; Next 13 February 1823

Cast:

Doric: [Thomas] Buckingham
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: S[tephen?] Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

12 February 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Ash Wednesday


13 February 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 February 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (32)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 11 February 1823; Next 15 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (3)

Performances:  First 10 February 1823; Previous 11 February 1823; Next 15 February 1823

Cast:

Doric: [Thomas] Buckingham
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: S[tephen?] Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

14 February 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


15 February 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 February 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (33)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 13 February 1823; Next 17 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (4)

Performances:  First 10 February 1823; Previous 13 February 1823; Next 17 February 1823

Cast:

Doric: [Thomas] Buckingham
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: S[tephen?] Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

17 February 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 February 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (34)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 15 February 1823; Next 18 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (5)

Performances:  First 10 February 1823; Previous 15 February 1823; Next 18 February 1823

Cast:

Doric: [Thomas] Buckingham
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: S[tephen?] Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

18 February 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 February 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (35)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 17 February 1823; Next 25 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (6)

Performances:  First 10 February 1823; Previous 17 February 1823; Next 20 February 1823

Cast:

Doric: [Thomas] Buckingham
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: S[tephen?] Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

19 February 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

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Preliminaries Commentary


20 February 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 February 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (71)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 4 January 1823; Next 22 February 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: S[tephen?] Smith
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
  Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
  Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
  Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
BUT  Billy Waters: S[tephen?] Smith (replaces Signor Paulo)

2)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (7)

Performances:  First 10 February 1823; Previous 18 February 1823; Next 22 February 1823

Cast:

Doric: [Thomas] Buckingham
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: S[tephen?] Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

21 February 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

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Preliminaries Commentary


22 February 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 February 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (72)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 20 February 1823; Next 24 February 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: S[tephen?] Smith
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

2)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (8)

Performances:  First 10 February 1823; Previous 20 February 1823; Next 25 February 1823

Cast:

Doric: [Thomas] Buckingham
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: S[tephen?] Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

24 February 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 February 1823
announcement
British Library

Benefit: Mrs. Waylett

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (73)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 22 February 1823; Next 17 March 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: S[tephen?] Smith
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

Cast Commentary

Dance

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

Title Comment:  licensed as Married or Not; or, The Married Bachelor

Author: [P. P. O'Callaghan]

Performances:  First 24 February 1823; Next 27 February 1823

Genre:  (Farce) favourite burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Elliott
Sharpe (his valet): [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss (his coachman): Sanders
John (servant): Smith
Tournebroche (French cook): Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace (privately married to Sharpe): Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

General, Song


25 February 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 February 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (36)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 18 February 1823; Next 27 February 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (9)

Performances:  First 10 February 1823; Previous 22 February 1823; Next 6 March 1823

Cast:

Doric: [Thomas] Buckingham
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: S[tephen?] Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

26 February 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

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Preliminaries Commentary


27 February 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 February 1823
advertisement
The London Times

Benefit: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (37)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 25 February 1823; Next 1 March 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

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

Performances:  First 24 February 1823; Previous 24 February 1823; Next 1 March 1823

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Elliott
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

28 February 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

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Preliminaries Commentary


1 March 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 March 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (38)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 27 February 1823; Next 3 March 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

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

Performances:  First 24 February 1823; Previous 27 February 1823; Next 3 March 1823

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Elliott
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

3 March 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 March 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (39)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 1 March 1823; Next 4 March 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

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

Performances:  First 24 February 1823; Previous 1 March 1823; Next 4 March 1823

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Elliott
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4 March 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 March 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (40)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 3 March 1823; Next 6 March 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

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

Performances:  First 24 February 1823; Previous 3 March 1823

Cast:

Sir Charles Courtall: Elliott
Sharpe: [Benjamin] Wrench
Truss: Sanders
John: Smith
Tournebroche: Dennis
Lady Courtall: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Grace: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

5 March 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


6 March 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 March 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (41)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 4 March 1823; Next 8 March 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  Cupid the Nymph (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 6 March 1823; Next 8 March 1823

Genre:  (Undetermined)

Title: General Commentary

3)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (10)

Performances:  First 10 February 1823; Previous 25 February 1823; Next 8 March 1823

Cast:

Doric: [Thomas] Buckingham
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: S[tephen?] Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

7 March 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


8 March 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 March 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (42)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 6 March 1823; Next 10 March 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  Cupid the Nymph (2)

Performances:  First 6 March 1823; Previous 6 March 1823

3)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (11)

Performances:  First 10 February 1823; Previous 6 March 1823; Next 15 March 1823

Cast:

Doric: [Thomas] Buckingham
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: S[tephen?] Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

10 March 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 March 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: [James P.] Wilkinson

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (43)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 8 March 1823; Next 11 March 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  The Green Dragon; or, I've Quite Forgot (4)

Performances:  First 14 October 1822; Previous 16 October 1822

Cast:

Captain Venture: Chapman
'Squire Jovial: Lee
Squire Rattlepate: John Reeve
Flint: [Thomas] Buckingham
Humphrey: Salter
Roger Sieveskull: [James P.] Wilkinson
Joey Stump: Sanders
Catchpole: Bishop
Touch: Gay
lawyer's clerk: Smith
Boots: S[tephen?] Smith
exciseman: W. Reeves
Silvertongue: Dennis
steward: Daly
Cara: Miss Dyer
Dolly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Susan: Miss S. Pitt
cook: Miss Brisac

Cast Changes:

BUT  Squire Rattlepate: John Reeve (replaces Elliott)
  cook: Miss Brisac (replaces Miss Brady)

General, Song


11 March 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (44)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 10 March 1823; Next 13 March 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  Lodgings to Let (1)

[James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 11 March 1823

Genre:  (Farce)

Title: General Commentary


12 March 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


13 March 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 March 1823
advertisement
The London Times

Benefit: Walbourn

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (45)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 11 March 1823; Next 15 March 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

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

Choreographer: [St. Albin?]

Performances:  First 13 March 1823; Next 17 March 1823

Genre:  (Ballet)

Title: General Commentary


14 March 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


15 March 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 March 1823
playbill
Theatrical Observer

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (46)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 13 March 1823; Next 20 March 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
      St. Albin
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

2)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (12)

Performances:  First 10 February 1823; Previous 8 March 1823; Next 22 March 1823

Cast:

Doric: [Thomas] Buckingham
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: S[tephen?] Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

17 March 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 March 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (74)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 24 February 1823; Next 18 March 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: S[tephen?] Smith
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

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

Performances:  First 13 March 1823; Previous 13 March 1823; Next 18 March 1823

3)  Who's to Father Me? or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh (4)

Performances:  First 17 October 1822; Previous 19 October 1822; Next 18 March 1823

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Bishop
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: Salter
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 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (75)

Performances:  First 7 October 1822; Previous 17 March 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Primefit: Elliott
Jemmy Green: Brown
'Squire Hawthorn: [Thomas] Buckingham
M'Lush: Ball
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Crib: Lee
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: S[tephen?] Smith
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
Hon. Dick Trifle: Bishop
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Harlequin in miniature: Master [William?] Harvey
Clown, in miniature: Master Bellam
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
countryman: J. Shaw
Neddy Bray: "Master Smithfield"
African Sal: Sanders
watchman, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      T. Smith
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Princess Plumante: Miss Brisac
Countess Conversatione: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Duchess of Diamonds: Mrs. Dennis
Lady Eastend: Mrs. Gay
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith

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

Performances:  First 13 March 1823; Previous 17 March 1823; Next 22 March 1823

3)  Who's to Father Me? or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh (5)

Performances:  First 17 October 1822; Previous 17 March 1823

Cast:

Colonel Talbot: [Thomas] Buckingham
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Bishop
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: Salter
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 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


20 March 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: W. Kirby

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (47)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 15 March 1823; Next 22 March 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

Cast Changes:

OMITS  principal dancers: St. Albin

Dance

Dance Commentary

2)  Golden Gifts; or, Harlequin and the Fairy Queen (1)

Title Comment:  not in Nicoll; Scenes from the most popular pantomimes; viz., Jack and the Beanstalk, Harlequin and the Ogre, Fairy of the North star, Beauty and the Beast, etc.

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 20 March 1823

Genre:  (Pantomime) whimsical comic pantomime

First Night Cast:

Pantaloon: T[homas J.] Blanchard (from Royal Coburg)

Cast Commentary

Song

Dance Commentary

General, Dance

General, Dance Commentary

General, Entertainment


21 March 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


22 March 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 March 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (48)

Performances:  First 6 January 1823; Previous 20 March 1823

Cast:

Thomas Corinthian, Esq.: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jeremiah Hawthorn, Esq.: John Reeve
Doctor Logic: [Paul] Herring
James Green, gentleman: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chevalier Rubanrouge: Daly
La France: Brown
Jack Ballast: Salter
Ikey Flash: [William H.] Walbourn
Monsieur Le Hoquetou: Chapman
Andrew Wakefield: [Thomas] Buckingham
Monsieur de la Fripperie: Bishop
Monsieur Fortebotte: "Rider"
Maigre Viande: "Long"
Maitre Rataplan: Shaw
Pauvre Jacques: Dennis
Capitaine Jackoo: "Master Oran"
Saucy Sam: W. Reeves
Petit Pierre: Master [William?] Harvey
Monsieur Mangez: Jervis
tradesmen, packet masters, sailors, excisemen, beggars, dancers, passengers, workmen:
      S[tephen?] Smith
      T. Smith
      Proud
      Payne
      Padbury
      Phillips
      Moore
      Cahill
      Cooper
      Miller
      [William R.?] Rignold
principal dancers:
      W[illiam] Kirby
      Miss [Jane] Simpson
Mrs. Corinthian: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hawthorn: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mrs. Logic: Miss S. Pitt
Harriet Dunn: Mrs. Daly
Bachelette "La Rosiere": Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mademoiselle Genevieve: Miss Miriam Hammersley
La Mere Radet: Sanders
Madame Groscharge: Miss Vidall
Petite Lise: Miss Chivers
flower girls, peasant girls, Parisians, dancers:
      Mrs. Dennis
      Mrs. Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Brisac
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Ireland
Pierrot: Gay

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

Performances:  First 13 March 1823; Previous 18 March 1823

3)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (13)

Performances:  First 10 February 1823; Previous 15 March 1823

Cast:

Doric: [Thomas] Buckingham
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: S[tephen?] Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

General, Commentary


24 March 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


25 March 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


26 March 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


27 March 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


28 March 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Good Friday

Preliminaries Commentary


29 March 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


24 April 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Next 26 April 1823

Genre:  (Entertainment) entertainment; 3 parts

First Night Cast:

principal performers:
      [James P.] Wilkinson
      John Reeve
 

Song

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (1)

Title Comment:  billed as part 3 of Trifles Light as Air

Author: John Reeve

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Next 26 April 1823

Genre:  (Entertainment) [Und]; 1 part

First Night Cast:

Hollyhock (a gardner always drinking and always dry): John Reeve
Mr. Prim (old bachelor): John Reeve
Will Whirligig (young lawyer fond of sharp practices): John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace (old lady with young ideas): John Reeve
Mons. La Trip (French singing master): John Reeve
Captain Bluster (fond of fighting in his conversation): John Reeve
Mr. Icicle (a warm man with cold constitution): John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive (a young lady with a romance in her hand and a lover in her heart): John Reeve
Charley (a boy from school): John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

Song

Song Commentary

Entertainment


26 April 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 April 1823
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Trifles Light as Air (2)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 24 April 1823; Next 28 April 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (2)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 24 April 1823; Next 28 April 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

28 April 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 April 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (3)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 26 April 1823; Next 29 April 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (3)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 26 April 1823; Next 29 April 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

Entertainment

Entertainment Commentary


29 April 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 April 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (4)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 28 April 1823; Next 1 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (4)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 28 April 1823; Next 1 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

1 May 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 April 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (5)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 29 April 1823; Next 3 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (5)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 29 April 1823; Next 3 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

3 May 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
28 April 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (6)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 1 May 1823; Next 5 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (6)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 1 May 1823; Next 5 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

5 May 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 May 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (7)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 3 May 1823; Next 6 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (7)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 3 May 1823; Next 6 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

6 May 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 May 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (8)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 5 May 1823; Next 7 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (8)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 5 May 1823; Next 7 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

7 May 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 May 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (9)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 6 May 1823; Next 8 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (9)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 6 May 1823; Next 8 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

8 May 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
5 May 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (10)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 7 May 1823; Next 9 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (10)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 7 May 1823; Next 9 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

9 May 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 May 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (11)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 8 May 1823; Next 10 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (11)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 8 May 1823; Next 10 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

10 May 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 May 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (12)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 9 May 1823; Next 12 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (12)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 9 May 1823; Next 12 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

12 May 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 May 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Trifles Light as Air (13)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 10 May 1823; Next 13 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (13)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 10 May 1823; Next 13 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

13 May 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 May 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Trifles Light as Air (14)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 12 May 1823; Next 14 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (14)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 12 May 1823; Next 14 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

14 May 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 May 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Trifles Light as Air (15)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 13 May 1823; Next 15 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (15)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 13 May 1823; Next 15 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

15 May 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 May 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Trifles Light as Air (16)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 14 May 1823; Next 16 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (16)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 14 May 1823; Next 16 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

16 May 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
13 May 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Trifles Light as Air (17)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 15 May 1823; Next 17 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (17)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 15 May 1823; Next 17 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

17 May 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 May 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Trifles Light as Air (18)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 16 May 1823; Next 19 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (18)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 16 May 1823; Next 19 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

19 May 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 May 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (19)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 17 May 1823; Next 20 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (19)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 17 May 1823; Next 20 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

20 May 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 May 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (20)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 19 May 1823; Next 21 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (20)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 19 May 1823; Next 21 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

21 May 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 May 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (21)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 20 May 1823; Next 22 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (21)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 20 May 1823; Next 22 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

22 May 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
19 May 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (22)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 21 May 1823; Next 23 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (22)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 21 May 1823; Next 23 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

23 May 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 May 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (23)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 22 May 1823; Next 24 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (23)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 22 May 1823; Next 24 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

24 May 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 May 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (24)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 23 May 1823; Next 26 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (24)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 23 May 1823; Next 26 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

26 May 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 May 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (25)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 24 May 1823; Next 27 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (25)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 24 May 1823; Next 27 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

27 May 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 May 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (26)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 26 May 1823; Next 28 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (26)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 26 May 1823; Next 28 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

28 May 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 May 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (27)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 27 May 1823; Next 29 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (27)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 27 May 1823; Next 29 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

29 May 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 May 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (28)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 28 May 1823; Next 30 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (28)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 28 May 1823; Next 30 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

30 May 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 May 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (29)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 29 May 1823; Next 31 May 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (29)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 29 May 1823; Next 31 May 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

31 May 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 May 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (30)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 30 May 1823; Next 2 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (30)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 30 May 1823; Next 2 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

2 June 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (31)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 31 May 1823; Next 3 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (31)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 31 May 1823; Next 3 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

3 June 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (32)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 2 June 1823; Next 4 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (32)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 2 June 1823; Next 4 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

4 June 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (33)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 3 June 1823; Next 5 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (33)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 3 June 1823; Next 5 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

5 June 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (34)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 4 June 1823; Next 6 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (34)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 4 June 1823; Next 6 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

6 June 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (35)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 5 June 1823; Next 7 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (35)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 5 June 1823; Next 7 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

7 June 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (36)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 6 June 1823; Next 9 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (36)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 6 June 1823; Next 9 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

9 June 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (37)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 7 June 1823; Next 10 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (37)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 7 June 1823; Next 10 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

10 June 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (38)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 9 June 1823; Next 11 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (38)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 9 June 1823; Next 11 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

11 June 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (39)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 10 June 1823; Next 12 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (39)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 10 June 1823; Next 12 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

12 June 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (40)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 11 June 1823; Next 13 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (40)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 11 June 1823; Next 13 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

13 June 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (41)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 12 June 1823; Next 14 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (41)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 12 June 1823; Next 14 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

14 June 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (42)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 13 June 1823; Next 23 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers:
      John Reeve
      [James P.] Wilkinson
 

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (42)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 13 June 1823; Next 23 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

23 June 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
23 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (43)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 14 June 1823; Next 24 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

Cast Changes:

OMITS  principal performers: [James P.] Wilkinson

Cast Commentary

Song Commentary

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (43)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 14 June 1823; Next 24 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

24 June 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (44)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 23 June 1823; Next 26 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (44)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 23 June 1823; Next 26 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

26 June 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (45)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 24 June 1823; Next 28 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (45)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 24 June 1823; Next 28 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

28 June 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (46)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 26 June 1823; Next 30 June 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (46)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 26 June 1823; Next 30 June 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

30 June 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
30 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (47)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 28 June 1823; Next 1 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (47)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 28 June 1823; Next 1 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

1 July 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (48)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 30 June 1823; Next 3 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (48)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 30 June 1823; Next 3 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

3 July 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (49)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 1 July 1823; Next 5 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (49)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 1 July 1823; Next 5 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

5 July 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 June 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (50)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 3 July 1823; Next 7 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (50)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 3 July 1823; Next 7 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

7 July 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (51)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 5 July 1823; Next 8 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (51)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 5 July 1823; Next 8 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

8 July 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (52)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 7 July 1823; Next 10 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (52)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 7 July 1823; Next 10 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

10 July 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (53)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 8 July 1823; Next 12 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (53)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 8 July 1823; Next 12 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

12 July 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
7 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (54)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 10 July 1823; Next 14 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (54)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 10 July 1823; Next 14 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

14 July 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (55)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 12 July 1823; Next 15 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (55)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 12 July 1823; Next 15 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

15 July 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (56)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 14 July 1823; Next 17 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (56)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 14 July 1823; Next 17 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

17 July 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (57)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 15 July 1823; Next 19 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (57)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 15 July 1823; Next 19 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

19 July 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (58)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 17 July 1823; Next 21 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (58)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 17 July 1823; Next 21 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

21 July 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (59)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 19 July 1823; Next 22 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (59)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 19 July 1823; Next 22 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

22 July 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (60)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 21 July 1823; Next 24 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (60)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 21 July 1823; Next 24 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

24 July 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (61)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 22 July 1823; Next 26 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (61)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 22 July 1823; Next 26 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

26 July 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
21 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (62)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 24 July 1823; Next 28 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (62)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 24 July 1823; Next 28 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

28 July 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (63)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 26 July 1823; Next 29 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (63)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 26 July 1823; Next 29 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

29 July 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (64)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 28 July 1823; Next 31 July 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (64)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 28 July 1823; Next 31 July 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

31 July 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (65)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 29 July 1823; Next 2 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (65)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 29 July 1823; Next 2 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

2 August 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
28 July 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (66)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 31 July 1823; Next 4 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (66)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 31 July 1823; Next 4 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

4 August 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (67)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 2 August 1823; Next 5 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (67)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 2 August 1823; Next 5 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

5 August 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (68)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 4 August 1823; Next 7 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (68)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 4 August 1823; Next 7 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

7 August 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (69)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 5 August 1823; Next 9 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (69)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 5 August 1823; Next 9 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

9 August 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (70)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 7 August 1823; Next 11 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (70)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 7 August 1823; Next 11 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

11 August 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (71)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 9 August 1823; Next 12 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (71)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 9 August 1823; Next 12 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

12 August 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (72)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 11 August 1823; Next 14 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (72)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 11 August 1823; Next 14 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

14 August 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (73)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 12 August 1823; Next 16 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (73)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 12 August 1823; Next 16 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

16 August 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (74)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 14 August 1823; Next 18 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (74)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 14 August 1823; Next 18 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

18 August 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (75)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 16 August 1823; Next 19 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (75)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 16 August 1823; Next 19 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

19 August 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (76)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 18 August 1823; Next 21 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (76)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 18 August 1823; Next 21 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

21 August 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (77)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 19 August 1823; Next 23 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (77)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 19 August 1823; Next 23 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

23 August 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (78)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 21 August 1823; Next 25 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (78)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 21 August 1823; Next 25 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

25 August 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (79)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 23 August 1823; Next 26 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (79)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 23 August 1823; Next 26 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

26 August 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (80)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 25 August 1823; Next 28 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (80)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 25 August 1823; Next 28 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

28 August 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (81)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 26 August 1823; Next 30 August 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (81)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 26 August 1823; Next 30 August 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

30 August 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 August 1823
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (82)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 28 August 1823; Next 1 September 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (82)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 28 August 1823; Next 1 September 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

1 September 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 September 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (83)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 30 August 1823; Next 2 September 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (83)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 30 August 1823; Next 2 September 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

2 September 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 September 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (84)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 1 September 1823; Next 4 September 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (84)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 1 September 1823; Next 4 September 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

4 September 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 September 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (85)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 2 September 1823; Next 6 September 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (85)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 2 September 1823; Next 6 September 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

6 September 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 September 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Trifles Light as Air (86)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 4 September 1823

Cast:

principal performers: John Reeve

2)  Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (86)

Performances:  First 24 April 1823; Previous 4 September 1823

Cast:

Hollyhock: John Reeve
Mr. Prim: John Reeve
Will Whirligig: John Reeve
Miss Letitia Tightlace: John Reeve
Mons. La Trip: John Reeve
Captain Bluster: John Reeve
Mr. Icicle: John Reeve
Miss Semira Sensitive: John Reeve
Charley: John Reeve
unchristened child in cradle: John Reeve

General, Commentary

Seasonal Summary

Adelphi Theatre, Strand. Doors open 6:00, curtain 6:45, half price 8:30.

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

Seasonal Dates

7 Oct 1822 - 6 Sep 1823; 215 performances: 215 evening

Benefit (5):Mrs. Waylett (24 Feb 1823)
Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker (27 Feb 1823)
W. Kirby (20 Mar 1823)
Walbourn (13 Mar 1823)
[James P.] Wilkinson (10 Mar 1823)
Dark (21):Ash Wednesday (12 Feb 1823)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1822)
Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1822)
Good Friday (28 Mar 1823)
Lent (14 Feb 1823, 19 Feb 1823, 21 Feb 1823, 26 Feb 1823, 28 Feb 1823, 5 Mar 1823, 7 Mar 1823, 12 Mar 1823, 14 Mar 1823, 19 Mar 1823, 21 Mar 1823)
Martyr's Day (30 Jan 1823)
Passion Week (24 Mar 1823, 25 Mar 1823, 26 Mar 1823, 27 Mar 1823, 29 Mar 1823)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Jones, Willis
Rodwell, James T.
Stage managers:Lee
Ballet masters and mistresses:St. Albin
Musical composers and arrangers:Herbert, George B.
Property masters and mistresses:Dix
Scene painters:Carroll
Franklin
Mason
Morris
Scruton
Wilson
Stage mechanics:Dennis, R.
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Godbee
Godbee, Miss
Printers:W. Glindon, Rupert Street, Haymarket (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

Henry, W. New Marriage Act, The; or, A Lesson for Lovers (7 Oct 1822)
Herbert, George B. Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (14 Oct 1822)
Fancy's Opera, The (27 Jan 1823)
Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (6 Jan 1823)
Maddison, George W. Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (14 Nov 1822)
Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (7 Oct 1822)
Meadows, Thomas My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic (21 Nov 1822)
Moncrieff, William T. Cupboard and the Cabinet, The; or, The Original Fish Out of Water (9 Dec 1822)
Green Dragon, The; or, I've Quite Forgot (14 Oct 1822)
Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (6 Jan 1823)
Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (4 Nov 1822)
Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (7 Oct 1822)
O'Callaghan, P. P. Married Bachelor, The; or, Master and Man (24 Feb 1823)
Planché, James R. Half an Hour's Courtship; or, Le Chambre a Coucher (10 Oct 1822)
Lodgings to Let (11 Mar 1823)
Who's to Father Me? or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh (17 Oct 1822)
Reeve, John Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family (24 Apr 1823)
Rodwell, James T. Fun and Fright; or, How to Gain Consent (28 Oct 1822)
No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (10 Feb 1823)
St. Albin Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (6 Jan 1823)
Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters (13 Mar 1823)
Unknown Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose (14 Oct 1822)
Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (14 Nov 1822)
Cupid the Nymph (6 Mar 1823)
Fancy's Opera, The (27 Jan 1823)
Golden Gifts; or, Harlequin and the Fairy Queen (20 Mar 1823)
Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (26 Dec 1822)
Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (10 Oct 1822)
Trifles Light as Air (24 Apr 1823)
Walbourn, William H. Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour (6 Jan 1823)

Song Composers/Pieces

Handel, George F. Harmonious Blacksmith, The (7 Oct 1822)
Rossini, Gioacchino A. Unlisted Title # 020 (21 Nov 1822)
Stevenson, John Unlisted Title # 021 (21 Nov 1822)
Unlisted Chapter of Accidents, A (24 Apr 1823)
Churchwarden's Dinner (24 Apr 1823)
Dandy Dog's Meat Man (20 Mar 1823)
Election, The (24 Apr 1823)
Hyde Park on a Sunday (24 Apr 1823)
Love and the Treading Mill; or, The Butcher of Brixton (21 Oct 1822)
Mrs. G. (24 Apr 1823)
My Grandmother's Advice (24 Apr 1823)
My Lady's Nag (7 Oct 1822)
Nobody Coming to Marry Me (7 Oct 1822)
Oh Mighty Love (24 Apr 1823)
Pleasures of Society (24 Apr 1823)
St. Bride's Bells (7 Oct 1822)
'Tis a Folly to Talk of Life's Troubles (24 Apr 1823)
Trip to Richmond by Water, A (24 Apr 1823)
What a Place is London City (24 Apr 1823)

Choreographers/Pieces

Kirby, William New divertissement (20 Mar 1823)
Unlisted Comic extravaganza (14 Nov 1822)
Minuet de la Cour (14 Nov 1822)
Pas de deux (14 Nov 1822)

Entertainment/Pieces

Herbert, George B. First Vid de Grace Extraordinaire (24 Apr 1823)
Unlisted Imitations of principal London performers (28 Apr 1823)

Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted Fac Simile of the Tread Mill! 16 ft long, and 5 ft in diameter, being an exact representation of the original one (9 Dec 1822)
Vintage Fete, The (6 Jan 1823)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Carroll Prison of the Prefecture of Police, the Poultry Compter of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Franklin Apartments in Meurice's Hotel, the Clarendon of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Cabin of the Royal George packet (6 Jan 1823)
Echo office and taylor's shops (26 Dec 1822)
Golden Cross (26 Dec 1822)
Interior of the Cafe des Mille Colonnes, the Pulteney Coffee House of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Interior of Very's, the noted restauranteur, the Long's of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Salon de Frescall, the Brookes's of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Mason Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman (26 Dec 1822)
Cavern of Gloom (26 Dec 1822)
Exhibition of mermaid and outside of coffee shop (26 Dec 1822)
Exterior of Grim Gruffy's cottage (26 Dec 1822)
Morris Caveau l'Enfer, the Noah's Ark of Paris, the (6 Jan 1823)
Country inn (26 Dec 1822)
Courtille, or All Max of Paris, the (6 Jan 1823)
Exterior of Justice Hangall's mansion (26 Dec 1822)
Fishmonger's and baker's shops (26 Dec 1822)
Gardens of Tivoli, the Vauxhall of Paris, illuminated (6 Jan 1823)
Inn parlour at Montreuil, the salt hill of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Interior of country barber's (26 Dec 1822)
Interior of ditto (26 Dec 1822)
Interior of Harriet Dunn's, the Old Bailey Beef Shop of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Outside of butcher's and staymaker's shops (26 Dec 1822)
Romantic view, with a distant hunt (26 Dec 1822)
Sneaking Jack's Cours de Coche, Crib's Parlour of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Temple of Justice (26 Dec 1822)
Scruton Bois de Boulogne, the Chalk Farm of Paris, the (6 Jan 1823)
Champs Elysees, the Hyde Park of Paris, The (6 Jan 1823)
Gardens and Fountains of Versailles, the Hampton Court of Paris, the (6 Jan 1823)
Unattributed All Max in the East (7 Oct 1822)
Almack's rooms, brilliantly illuminated (7 Oct 1822)
Back slums in the Holy Land (7 Oct 1822)
Brixton Tread Mill (26 Dec 1822)
Burlington Arcade (7 Oct 1822)
Chaffing crib in Corinthian House (7 Oct 1822)
Crib's parlour (7 Oct 1822)
Fleet Street (7 Oct 1822)
Gaming house in St. James (7 Oct 1822)
Grand carnival (7 Oct 1822)
Interior of fortune teller's garret (7 Oct 1822)
Interior of Logic's chambers in the Albany (7 Oct 1822)
Interior of Tattersal's (7 Oct 1822)
Interior of watchhouse (7 Oct 1822)
Jackson's rooms (7 Oct 1822)
Leicester Square (7 Oct 1822)
Sportsman's cabinet at Hawthorn Hall (7 Oct 1822)
Sue's residence in Hawthorn Village (7 Oct 1822)
Temple Bar (7 Oct 1822)
Way to Almack's, the (7 Oct 1822)
Whistling shop in the Fleet (7 Oct 1822)
Wilson Boulevardes des Italiens, the Piccadilly of Paris, the (6 Jan 1823)
Entrance to Paris through Porte St. Dennis, the Hyde Park Corner of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Fair of St. Cloud, the Brook Green Fair of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Gardens and Palace of the Luxembourg, the Buckingham House of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Interior of the Palais Royal, Burlington Arcade of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Palace and garden of the Tuilleries, the St. James Palace of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Pier and harbour of Calais, arrival of the packet (6 Jan 1823)
Pier and harbour of Dover, with principal inn and embarkation (6 Jan 1823)
Pont Royal, with part of the Louvre, the Waterloo Bridge and Somerset House of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Vineyards and Vintage Fete, the Harvest Home of Paris (6 Jan 1823)
Unlisted Title # 022 (6 Jan 1823)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

Bachelor's Torments; or, The Sweets of a Family

(Entertainment, 1 part) by Reeve, John (Author) (86 Performances, 24 Apr 1823 - 6 Sep 1823)

Summary Cast:

Beauty and the Beast; or, Harlequin and the Magic Rose

(Comic pantomime by Unknown (Author); Herbert, George B. (Composer) (3 Performances, 14 Oct 1822 - 16 Oct 1822)

Summary Cast:

Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite

(Farce by Unknown (Author) (6 Performances, 14 Nov 1822 - 20 Nov 1822)

Summary Cast:

*  Cupboard and the Cabinet, The; or, The Original Fish Out of Water

(Farce, 1 act) by Moncrieff, William T. (Author) (10 Performances, 9 Dec 1822 - 23 Dec 1822)

Summary Cast:

*  Cupid the Nymph

(Undetermined by Unknown (Author) (2 Performances, 6 Mar 1823 - 8 Mar 1823)

Summary Cast:

*  Fancy's Opera, The

(Comic operetta by Unknown (Author); Herbert, George B. (Composer) (11 Performances, 27 Jan 1823 - 8 Feb 1823)

Summary Cast:

Fun and Fright; or, How to Gain Consent

(Farce by Rodwell, James T. (Author) (6 Performances, 28 Oct 1822 - 2 Nov 1822)

Summary Cast:

Golden Gifts; or, Harlequin and the Fairy Queen

(Pantomime by Unknown (Author) (1 Performances, 20 Mar 1823)

Summary Cast:

Green Dragon, The; or, I've Quite Forgot

(Burlesque by Moncrieff, William T. (Author) (4 Performances, 14 Oct 1822 - 10 Mar 1823)

Summary Cast:

Green in France; or, Tom and Jerry's Tour

(Burlesque, 3 acts, 24 scenes, appendix) by Moncrieff, William T. (Author); St. Albin (Choreographer); Walbourn, William H. (Choreographer); Herbert, George B. (Composer) (48 Performances, 6 Jan 1823 - 22 Mar 1823)

Summary Cast:

Half an Hour's Courtship; or, Le Chambre a Coucher

(Farce by Planché, James R. (Author) (3 Performances, 10 Oct 1822 - 12 Oct 1822)

Summary Cast:

Harlequin's Holiday; or, The Cockney Sportsman

(Comic pantomime, 14 scenes) by Unknown (Author) (27 Performances, 26 Dec 1822 - 25 Jan 1823)

Summary Cast:

Lodgings to Let

(Farce by Planché, James R. (Unlisted) (1 Performances, 11 Mar 1823)

Summary Cast:

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

(Farce by Unknown (Author) (3 Performances, 10 Oct 1822 - 12 Oct 1822)

Summary Cast:

Married Bachelor, The; or, Master and Man

(Farce by O'Callaghan, P. P. (Author) (5 Performances, 24 Feb 1823 - 4 Mar 1823)

Summary Cast:

*  My Husband's Secret; or, Natural Magic

(Farce, 1 act) by Meadows, Thomas (Author) (15 Performances, 21 Nov 1822 - 18 Dec 1822)

Summary Cast:

*  New Marriage Act, The; or, A Lesson for Lovers

(Farce by Henry, W. (Author) (15 Performances, 7 Oct 1822 - 26 Oct 1822)

Summary Cast:

*  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town

(Farce by Rodwell, James T. (Author) (13 Performances, 10 Feb 1823 - 22 Mar 1823)

Summary Cast:

Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters

(Ballet by St. Albin (Choreographer) (4 Performances, 13 Mar 1823 - 22 Mar 1823)

Summary Cast:

Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva

(Burlesque by Moncrieff, William T. (Author) (12 Performances, 4 Nov 1822 - 7 Dec 1822)

Summary Cast:

Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London

(Comic drama, 3 acts, 20 scenes) by Moncrieff, William T. (Author); Herbert, George B. (Composer) (75 Performances, 7 Oct 1822 - 18 Mar 1823)

Summary Cast:

Trifles Light as Air

(Entertainment, 3 parts) by Unknown (Author) (86 Performances, 24 Apr 1823 - 6 Sep 1823)

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) (5 Performances, 17 Oct 1822 - 18 Mar 1823)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Ball

Bellam, Master

Billings, Master

Bishop

Blanchard, Thomas J.

Brady

Brown

Buckingham, Thomas

Cahill

Chapman

Cooper

Daly

Dennis

Elliott

Gay

Glover

Hart

Harvey, Master William

Herring, Paul

Jervis

Kirby, William

Knapp

Knapp, Master

Lee

Martin

Miller

Moore

Oxberry, William H.

Padbury

Paulo, Signor

Payne

Phillips

Proud

Reeve, John

Reeves, W.

Rignold, William R.

St. Albin

Salter

Sanders

Sanders, J.

Shaw

Shaw, J.

Smith

Smith, J.

Smith, Stephen

Smith, T.

Spellers

Stow

Unknown

Unlisted

Walbourn, William H.

Wallace

Wallis

Wilkinson, James P.

Wrench, Benjamin

Yates

Actresses

Baker, Mrs. Charles W.

Bennett, Miss

Brady, Miss

Brisac, Miss

Brown, Miss

Bryan, Mrs. Charlotte

Casciana, Miss

Chivers, Miss

Daly, Mrs.

Davis, Miss

Dennis, Mrs.

Dyer, Miss

Gaskin, Miss

Gay, Mrs.

Hammersley, Miss Miriam

Ireland, Miss

Jerrold, Miss

Pitt, Miss

Pitt, Miss Eliza

Pitt, Miss S.

Simpson, Miss Jane

Vidall, Miss

Waylett, Mrs. Harriett

Dancers

Barnet, Miss

Beverley, Mrs. Henry R.

Bryan, Mrs. Charlotte

Collison, Miss

Kirby, William

St. Albin

Simpson, Miss Jane

Sullivan

Upton

Walbourn, William H.

Wilkinson, James P.

Entertainers

Reeve, John

Wrench, Benjamin

Musicians

Rowland

Singers

Reeve, John

Walbourn, William H.

Waylett, Mrs. Harriett

Wilkinson, James P.

General Song Composers/Pieces

Bishop, Henry R. Taste, O Taste this Spicy Wine (24 Feb 1823)
Unlisted Jemmy Green's Tour (10 Mar 1823)
'Twas Within a Mile of Edinbro Town (24 Feb 1823)

General Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Comic pas seul (20 Mar 1823)
Frog in the Opera Hat, The (20 Mar 1823)

General Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Mock Italian bravura (20 Mar 1823)



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