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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 1823-1824

Edited by Alfred L. Nelson & Gilbert B. Cross

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

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

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

Contents

Seasonal Digest

During the summer recess, backs were added to the pit benches.  The band had been enlarged and new players added to the Company.  Most important of these were Meredith (from the Theatre Royal, Bristol), James Kirby, Mrs. Searle (the former Miss Caroline Giroux), and Mlle. Maria (from the Italian Opera House).  Missing from the Company were Buckingham, Herring, Oxberry, Paulo, and Miss Jerrold.  Miss S. Pitt had become Mrs. Wilkins.

On the first night, 6 October 1823, there was no main piece, unless a three-act novelty billed as a new comic burletta The Prince and the Player; or, A Trifling Mistake, could be counted as such.  It did not last beyond the first week.  A ballet, Dancing Mad, suffered a similar fate.  During the second week, Capers at Canterbury was revived.  The Mirror of the Stage said it was "A very agreeable trifle...Wilkinson did his best and was entitled to more praise on the ground that the part in itself [Jacob Grogram] possessed so little material for its attainment."  Nevertheless, it was performed only six times.  Opposition, a popular comic ballet on the same bill, scarcely did any better.  The Mirror of the Stage said, "The dance of Opposition still amuses; we wish however St. Albin would not smile so much and screw himself into a corner like a great hoyden" (20 October 1823, p. 91).  The same journal, on 17 November took issue with a cocked hat the ballet master had acquired, "Why man, you are all felt and feather!  That beaver must surely bear the spoil of a whole poultry yard" (p. 127).

The management tried to cash in on the current Frankenstein craze with a play by Richard B. Peake, Another Piece of Presumption.  The Drama summed it up thus:

Mr. J. Reeve, an author, attends with Mr. Lee, the stage manager, the rehearsal of a new piece of his entitled Another Piece of Presumption of which the plot runs thus.  Frankenstein, a tailor, wishes to make a man out of nine of his workmen.  He administers poison to them, and then clubbing heads, hands, and legs, produces a nondescript—a being without a name.  This unknown, who bears the head of a parish scholar and is consequently a linguist, runs about with a dictionary in his hand for the explanation of new terms, and goes on doing mischief in every way, acquiring new sensations until he perishes by the overthrow of a market cart...Mr. Wrench was condemned to this buffoonery and very little did he seem to like it...it was announced for repetition but with considerable opposition (October 1823, pp. 142-43).

Repeated failures forced Rodwell and Willis Jones on 27 October to revive Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London; it ran for fifty-four performances.  The reaction of the Mirror of the Stage on 3 November 1823 was predictably ferocious:

That excrescence Tom and Jerry, that filthy drug at which the gorge rises, has been again brought forward...why rake up the rotten remains of Tom and Jerry and once more strive to make filthiness fashionable?  [Pierce Egan] has partly succeeded in introducing the cant of St. Giles in more or less abundance into the drawing room—so pestilent has it become that it is as common to substitute 'chaff' for 'jest' and 'fly' for 'conscious', with many other 'holiday terms' as the occasion for using them demands...We are no Methodists, but we are frequently irritated at the breaks even in common dialogue which the carnage of Mr. Egan's brains have rendered so pestering they are slugs, vermin in our everyday walks; they sicken us (pp. 111-12).

A month later, Tom and Jerry shared the bill with another important piece, The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick.  This was Samuel Foote's The Tailors as adapted by Samuel J. Arnold of the English Opera House.  Proving extraordinarily successful, it became a staple of Adelphi fare for a number of years to come.  It was played forty-three times this season.  The Drama had nothing but praise.  "Almost the whole business devolves upon one performer, Mr. J. Reeve, and in it he is himself alone...his imitation of Kean was...the best and most legitimate we have ever witnessed...The wooden steeds were marshalled admirably, in emulative excellence of the real stud at Drury" (January 1824).

The pantomime that Christmas was Dr. Faustus, and The Drama said of it:

The grand attraction of the piece was a panoramic representation of the bombardment of Algiers...we have a grand view of the bay with the British fleet moving proudly on, and the mind is gradually kept engaged up to the critical moment when the engagement is at the hottest, when the towers, and brigs, and forts, and all are enveloped in smoke, and, as a grand finale, an allegorical representation of Neptune presenting the Crown of the Ocean to Britannia with the British Lion trampling on turbans, chains, and fetters, and growling most magnanimously as the bills describe (January 1824, pp. 309-10).

Romantic and melodramatic plays were popular.  Thomas Dibdin's version of Fielding's Tom Jones was damned by the Mirror of the Stage as "inefficient and intolerably dull" (16 February 1824, p. 29).  Three adaptations of Walter Scott novels, St. Ronan's Well, Heart of Midlothian, and Waverly proved more successful.

The Theatrical Observer in its review of The Heart of Midlothian felt called upon to chide the players at the Adelphi.  "In general the performers here are apt to fall into caricature, possibly from habits acquired by the long run of pieces which require that style of acting...when they have characters to personate containing some portion of nature...a restraint should be laid on their customary breadth of acting" (7 January 1824).

Other actors were gently chastised in the journals.  The Mirror of the Stage took exception to Tyrone Power's performance in St. Ronan's Well.  He "should remember...impudence and neglect may soon deprive him of his popularity."  Watkins Burroughs was damned with faint praise:  "Burroughs did not rant so much as usual and was consequently endurable" (26 January p. 13).  Of Mrs. Charles Baker, the journal reported, "Her manner is too negligent and at the same time approaches to rudeness.  If she considers it worth her while to remain upon a minor stage, she should at least assume a more becoming deportment" (8 March 1824).

On Thursday, 25 March 1824, The Red Indian; or, The Shipwrecked Mariner and His Faithful Dogs featured Mr. H. Simpson's kennel of canines.  The sequel to Tom and Jerry, titled Green in France, which had been introduced the previous season, was not attempted.  However, The Death of Life in London; or, Tom and Jerry's Funeral, a burlesque of Tom and Jerry, failed and was withdrawn after the second performance.

During Lent on Wednesdays and Fridays, Monsieur Henry put on his version of the one-man entertainments Reeve, Bologna, and Wilkinson had performed in previous seasons and which Mathews and Yates were to popularize later.  It consisted of magic acts, mechanical and chemical experiments, and phantasmagoria.  The most important element was his experiments with laughing gas (nitrous oxide).  This marked the first time this gas had been demonstrated in public, and the medical profession was to seize upon this boon to mankind and put it to extensive use before long.  The British Journal of Anaesthesia claimed this was the first public use of the gas for entertainment.  Henry invited volunteers from the audience to inhale the gas from rubber bladders.  The effect on one man was striking.  He bounded all over the stage to cries of "humbug" and "nonsense" from the spectators who refused to believe the effect was not staged.

Monsieur Henry's show was so popular that he extended it beyond Lent—until 5 June.  After Lent, he increased the number of performances from two to four per week.  All told, he gave forty performances.  Another feature of the season was the lectures by John Thelwall whose fiery radicalism had got him into trouble in the past.  Here, however, he engaged the house to present three lectures billed as "Oratorical and Critical Lectures on the Drama and Poetry of Past and Present Times."  The first of the talks was given on 5 May 1824, that "Being the Anniversary of the Birth and Demise of our Immortal Dramatist."  He compared the excellences of Shakespeare and Milton and eulogized the former.  On Friday, 7 May, he focused upon Paradise Lost, and a highlight was his recitation of Satan's soliloquy.  On his final appearance, May 12, he lectured on Shakespeare's history plays.

On 21 July 1824, a charity performance was held in aid of the Sons of St. Andrew to help the distressed and afflicted.

Performances of Ella Rosenberg and two farces Two Wives; or, the Wedding Day, and George Rodwell's favorite, Where Shall I Dine?  were performed.  Only a few of the regular company acted in these pieces.  The rest of the casts came from local theatres.

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Daily Calendar for 1823-1824


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

1)  The Prince and the Player; or, A Trifling Mistake (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 6 October 1823; Next 7 October 1823

Genre:  (Burletta) new comic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Dunderhead: Meredith (1st app)
Old Frampton: Daly
Frederick Frampton: Chapman
Belville (a strolling actor): John Reeve
Scape (valet to Frederick): [Benjamin] Wrench
Walter (servant to Dunderhead): Phillips
Jacob (servant to Frampton): Sanders
Lard (Dunderhead's cook): Dennis
Boreall: Salter
Maria: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Lucy (her maid): Mrs. Wilkins

Cast Commentary

2)  Dancing Mad (1)

Title Comment:  &Also titled (1/4/1824) as Dansomanie

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 6 October 1823; Next 7 October 1823

Genre:  (Ballet) celebrated comic ballet from the French; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Mr. Duleger (lord of a manor in Savoy—dancing mad): Daly
Castanet (his son): Miss Chivers
Col. Demistep (in love with Phrosine): St. Albin
Flicflac (a dancing master): Payne
Etiquette (his servant and assistant): [William H.] Walbourn
Chassez (servant to Mr. Duleger): W[illiam] Kirby
Tropetit (a fashionable shoemaker): Cooper
village bridegroom: Gay
Mrs. Duleger: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Phrosine (her daughter): Mrs. [Caroline] Searle (1st app)
Rosette (attendant on Phrosine): Mlle. Maria (1st app)
village bride: Mrs. Gay
villagers, servants:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

Cast Commentary

Music

Dance

Dance Commentary

3)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [George H. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 6 October 1823; Next 7 October 1823

Genre:  (Farce) new farcical burletta

First Night Cast:

Martindale (a ci-devant author): Lee
Wilmot (his particular friend): Elliott
Andrew Careful (Martindale's confidential servant): [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes (Martindale's housekeeper): Mrs. Dennis
Rose (her daughter): Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

General, Commentary


7 October 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  The Prince and the Player; or, A Trifling Mistake (2)

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

Cast:

Dunderhead: Meredith
Old Frampton: Daly
Frederick Frampton: Chapman
Belville: John Reeve
Scape: [Benjamin] Wrench
Walter: Phillips
Jacob: Sanders
Lard: Dennis
Boreall: Salter
Maria: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Lucy: Mrs. Wilkins

2)  Dancing Mad (2)

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

Cast:

Mr. Duleger: Daly
Castanet: Miss Chivers
Col. Demistep: St. Albin
Flicflac: Payne
Etiquette: [William H.] Walbourn
Chassez: W[illiam] Kirby
Tropetit: Cooper
village bridegroom: Gay
Mrs. Duleger: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Phrosine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Rosette: Mlle. Maria
village bride: Mrs. Gay
villagers, servants:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

3)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (2)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Dennis
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

8 October 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  The Prince and the Player; or, A Trifling Mistake (3)

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

Cast:

Dunderhead: Meredith
Old Frampton: Daly
Frederick Frampton: Chapman
Belville: John Reeve
Scape: [Benjamin] Wrench
Walter: Phillips
Jacob: Sanders
Lard: Dennis
Boreall: Salter
Maria: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Lucy: Mrs. Wilkins

2)  Dancing Mad (3)

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

Cast:

Mr. Duleger: Daly
Castanet: Miss Chivers
Col. Demistep: St. Albin
Flicflac: Payne
Etiquette: [William H.] Walbourn
Chassez: W[illiam] Kirby
Tropetit: Cooper
village bridegroom: Gay
Mrs. Duleger: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Phrosine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Rosette: Mlle. Maria
village bride: Mrs. Gay
villagers, servants:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

3)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (3)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Dennis
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

9 October 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  The Prince and the Player; or, A Trifling Mistake (4)

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

Cast:

Dunderhead: Meredith
Old Frampton: Daly
Frederick Frampton: Chapman
Belville: John Reeve
Scape: [Benjamin] Wrench
Walter: Phillips
Jacob: Sanders
Lard: Dennis
Boreall: Salter
Maria: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Lucy: Mrs. Wilkins

2)  Dancing Mad (4)

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

Cast:

Mr. Duleger: Daly
Castanet: Miss Chivers
Col. Demistep: St. Albin
Flicflac: Payne
Etiquette: [William H.] Walbourn
Chassez: W[illiam] Kirby
Tropetit: Cooper
village bridegroom: Gay
Mrs. Duleger: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Phrosine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Rosette: Mlle. Maria
village bride: Mrs. Gay
villagers, servants:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

3)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (4)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Dennis
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

10 October 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  The Prince and the Player; or, A Trifling Mistake (5)

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

Cast:

Dunderhead: Meredith
Old Frampton: Daly
Frederick Frampton: Chapman
Belville: John Reeve
Scape: [Benjamin] Wrench
Walter: Phillips
Jacob: Sanders
Lard: Dennis
Boreall: Salter
Maria: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Lucy: Mrs. Wilkins

2)  Dancing Mad (5)

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

Cast:

Mr. Duleger: Daly
Castanet: Miss Chivers
Col. Demistep: St. Albin
Flicflac: Payne
Etiquette: [William H.] Walbourn
Chassez: W[illiam] Kirby
Tropetit: Cooper
village bridegroom: Gay
Mrs. Duleger: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Phrosine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Rosette: Mlle. Maria
village bride: Mrs. Gay
villagers, servants:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

3)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (5)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Dennis
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

11 October 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  The Prince and the Player; or, A Trifling Mistake (6)

Performances:  First 6 October 1823; Previous 10 October 1823

Cast:

Dunderhead: Meredith
Old Frampton: Daly
Frederick Frampton: Chapman
Belville: John Reeve
Scape: [Benjamin] Wrench
Walter: Phillips
Jacob: Sanders
Lard: Dennis
Boreall: Salter
Maria: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Lucy: Mrs. Wilkins

2)  Dancing Mad (6)

Performances:  First 6 October 1823; Previous 10 October 1823; Next 1 April 1824

Cast:

Mr. Duleger: Daly
Castanet: Miss Chivers
Col. Demistep: St. Albin
Flicflac: Payne
Etiquette: [William H.] Walbourn
Chassez: W[illiam] Kirby
Tropetit: Cooper
village bridegroom: Gay
Mrs. Duleger: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Phrosine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Rosette: Mlle. Maria
village bride: Mrs. Gay
villagers, servants:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

3)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (6)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Dennis
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

13 October 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 October 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  Capers at Canterbury (1)

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Next 14 October 1823

Genre:  (Farce) comic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: F. Chapman
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: W. Brown
Dash: Salter
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Brian O'Boggle: Lee
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Mrs. Dennis
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (7)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Dennis
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

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

Choreographer: [St. Albin?]

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Next 14 October 1823

Genre:  (Ballet) comic and burlesque ballet

First Night Cast:

Monsieur Kick de Moon (maitre de dance, from Paris): Daly
Monsieur Pirouette (his pupil): St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe (dancing master, from London): W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Jane: Mlle. Maria
Rosa: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
pupils:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

Dance

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

Title Comment:  licensed as Not Dined Yet; or, Sponge in the Country

Author: [James T. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Next 14 October 1823

Genre:  (Farce) popular burletta

First Night Cast:

Doric (retired tradesman excessively fond of building): Meredith
Measureton (an architect): Elliott
Dalton (rich merchant): Daly
Lovell (his friend): Bishop
Robert Feedwell (an innkeeper): Salter
Frank (servant to Dalton): Phillips
William (waiter at the inn): Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

14 October 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 October 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Capers at Canterbury (2)

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 13 October 1823; Next 15 October 1823

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: F. Chapman
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: W. Brown
Dash: Salter
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Brian O'Boggle: Lee
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Mrs. Dennis
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (8)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Dennis
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

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

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 13 October 1823; Next 15 October 1823

Cast:

Monsieur Kick de Moon: Daly
Monsieur Pirouette: St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe: W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Jane: Mlle. Maria
Rosa: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
pupils:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

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

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 13 October 1823; Next 15 October 1823

Cast:

Doric: Meredith
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

15 October 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 October 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Capers at Canterbury (3)

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 14 October 1823; Next 16 October 1823

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: F. Chapman
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: W. Brown
Dash: Salter
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Brian O'Boggle: Lee
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Mrs. Dennis
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (9)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Dennis
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

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

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 14 October 1823; Next 16 October 1823

Cast:

Monsieur Kick de Moon: Daly
Monsieur Pirouette: St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe: W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Jane: Mlle. Maria
Rosa: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
pupils:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

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

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 14 October 1823; Next 16 October 1823

Cast:

Doric: Meredith
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

16 October 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 October 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Capers at Canterbury (4)

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 15 October 1823; Next 17 October 1823

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: F. Chapman
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: W. Brown
Dash: Salter
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Brian O'Boggle: Lee
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Mrs. Dennis
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (10)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Dennis
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

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

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 15 October 1823; Next 17 October 1823

Cast:

Monsieur Kick de Moon: Daly
Monsieur Pirouette: St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe: W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Jane: Mlle. Maria
Rosa: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
pupils:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

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

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 15 October 1823; Next 17 October 1823

Cast:

Doric: Meredith
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

17 October 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 October 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Capers at Canterbury (5)

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 16 October 1823; Next 18 October 1823

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: F. Chapman
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: W. Brown
Dash: Salter
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Brian O'Boggle: Lee
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Mrs. Dennis
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (11)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Dennis
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

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

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 16 October 1823; Next 18 October 1823

Cast:

Monsieur Kick de Moon: Daly
Monsieur Pirouette: St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe: W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Jane: Mlle. Maria
Rosa: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
pupils:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

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

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 16 October 1823; Next 18 October 1823

Cast:

Doric: Meredith
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

18 October 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 October 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Capers at Canterbury (6)

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 17 October 1823

Cast:

Captain Somerville: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lieutenant Vivian: F. Chapman
Jacob Grogram: [James P.] Wilkinson
Lawyer Clackit: W. Brown
Dash: Salter
Lawyer Clause: Daly
Brian O'Boggle: Lee
Mrs. Huckaback: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Huckaback: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Prattle: Mrs. Dennis
Jenny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (12)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Dennis
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

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

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 17 October 1823; Next 18 March 1824

Cast:

Monsieur Kick de Moon: Daly
Monsieur Pirouette: St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe: W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Jane: Mlle. Maria
Rosa: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
pupils:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

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

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 17 October 1823

Cast:

Doric: Meredith
Measureton: Elliott
Dalton: Daly
Lovell: Bishop
Robert Feedwell: Salter
Frank: Phillips
William: Smith
Gripe: Sanders
Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

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

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

Title Comment:  licensed as Lovers on All Sides, same subtitle

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

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Next 21 October 1823

Genre:  (Farce) comic burletta

First Night Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: Meredith
Courtall: Elliott
Capt. Melford: Chapman
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Lee
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Daly
Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. Wilkins
Julia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Jenny: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett (1st app this season)

Song

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (13)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Daly
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

Cast Changes:

BUT  Agnes: Mrs. Daly (replaces Mrs. Dennis)

3)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (1)

Choreographer: [St. Albin]

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Next 21 October 1823

Genre:  (Ballet) favorite ballet

First Night Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
villagers:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

4)  Another Piece of Presumption (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Richard B. Peake]

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Next 21 October 1823

Genre:  (Burlesque) entirely new outlandish, supernatural, never-to-be-sufficiently-admired-or-dreaded burletta of parody and peculiar interest

First Night Cast:

(persons who have nothing to do with the piece)
      Dramaticus Devildum, Esq. (the author): John Reeve
      Mr. Lee (stage manager of the Adelphi): Lee
      Mr. Jervis (deputy stage manager): Jervis
      Pshaw! Pshaw!: Shaw
(persons who have something to do with the piece)
      Frank-in-Stitch (an experimental philosopher—because he has the best tragedy face in the company): [James P.] Wilkinson
      Cleaver (his friend—because he knows him): W. Brown
      Frizzy (servant of Frank-in-Stitch—because he is hired): Elliott
      D. Lazy (a blind musician—because he plays the organ and cannot see): Daly
      Phoenix (his son, a bridegroom—because he is just married): [William H.] Walbourn
      Shovelhat (gentleman who kicks up dust): Salter
      Ashpicker (gentleman who kicks up dust): Sanders
      Peacock (a man of colour—because he is black): Gay
      Bell-Ringer (because he pulls the ropes): Payne
      Jack-in-the-Green (because it is the 1st of May): W. Reeves
      [Und] (because he is a nobody): [Benjamin] Wrench
      Mrs. Cinderella Phoenix (a gipsy): Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
      Mrs. Frank-in-Stitch (wife to the philosopher): Miss L. Hammersley
First of May mob, other characters of importance: Unlisted

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

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

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 20 October 1823; Next 22 October 1823

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: Meredith
Courtall: Elliott
Capt. Melford: Chapman
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Lee
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Daly
Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. Wilkins
Julia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Jenny: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (14)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Daly
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

3)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (2)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 20 October 1823; Next 22 October 1823

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
villagers:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

4)  Another Piece of Presumption (2)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 20 October 1823; Next 22 October 1823

Cast:

Dramaticus Devildum, Esq.: John Reeve
Mr. Lee: Lee
Mr. Jervis: Jervis
Pshaw! Pshaw!: Shaw
Frank-in-Stitch: [James P.] Wilkinson
Cleaver: W. Brown
Frizzy: Elliott
D. Lazy: Daly
Phoenix: [William H.] Walbourn
Shovelhat: Salter
Ashpicker: Sanders
Peacock: Gay
Bell-Ringer: Payne
Jack-in-the-Green: W. Reeves
[Und]: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Cinderella Phoenix: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Frank-in-Stitch: Miss L. Hammersley
First of May mob, other characters of importance: Unlisted

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

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

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 21 October 1823; Next 23 October 1823

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: Meredith
Courtall: Elliott
Capt. Melford: Chapman
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Lee
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Daly
Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. Wilkins
Julia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Jenny: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (15)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Daly
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

3)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (3)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 21 October 1823; Next 23 October 1823

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
villagers:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

4)  Another Piece of Presumption (3)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 21 October 1823; Next 23 October 1823

Cast:

Dramaticus Devildum, Esq.: John Reeve
Mr. Lee: Lee
Mr. Jervis: Jervis
Pshaw! Pshaw!: Shaw
Frank-in-Stitch: [James P.] Wilkinson
Cleaver: W. Brown
Frizzy: Elliott
D. Lazy: Daly
Phoenix: [William H.] Walbourn
Shovelhat: Salter
Ashpicker: Sanders
Peacock: Gay
Bell-Ringer: Payne
Jack-in-the-Green: W. Reeves
[Und]: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Cinderella Phoenix: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Frank-in-Stitch: Miss L. Hammersley
First of May mob, other characters of importance: Unlisted

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

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

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 22 October 1823; Next 24 October 1823

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: Meredith
Courtall: Elliott
Capt. Melford: Chapman
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Lee
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Daly
Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. Wilkins
Julia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Jenny: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (16)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Daly
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

3)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (4)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 22 October 1823; Next 24 October 1823

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
villagers:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

4)  Another Piece of Presumption (4)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 22 October 1823; Next 24 October 1823

Cast:

Dramaticus Devildum, Esq.: John Reeve
Mr. Lee: Lee
Mr. Jervis: Jervis
Pshaw! Pshaw!: Shaw
Frank-in-Stitch: [James P.] Wilkinson
Cleaver: W. Brown
Frizzy: Elliott
D. Lazy: Daly
Phoenix: [William H.] Walbourn
Shovelhat: Salter
Ashpicker: Sanders
Peacock: Gay
Bell-Ringer: Payne
Jack-in-the-Green: W. Reeves
[Und]: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Cinderella Phoenix: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Frank-in-Stitch: Miss L. Hammersley
First of May mob, other characters of importance: Unlisted

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

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

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 23 October 1823; Next 25 October 1823

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: Meredith
Courtall: Elliott
Capt. Melford: Chapman
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Lee
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Daly
Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. Wilkins
Julia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Jenny: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (17)

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

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Daly
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

3)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (5)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 23 October 1823; Next 25 October 1823

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
villagers:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

4)  Another Piece of Presumption (5)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 23 October 1823; Next 25 October 1823

Cast:

Dramaticus Devildum, Esq.: John Reeve
Mr. Lee: Lee
Mr. Jervis: Jervis
Pshaw! Pshaw!: Shaw
Frank-in-Stitch: [James P.] Wilkinson
Cleaver: W. Brown
Frizzy: Elliott
D. Lazy: Daly
Phoenix: [William H.] Walbourn
Shovelhat: Salter
Ashpicker: Sanders
Peacock: Gay
Bell-Ringer: Payne
Jack-in-the-Green: W. Reeves
[Und]: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Cinderella Phoenix: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Frank-in-Stitch: Miss L. Hammersley
First of May mob, other characters of importance: Unlisted

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

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

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 24 October 1823; Next 5 April 1824

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: Meredith
Courtall: Elliott
Capt. Melford: Chapman
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Lee
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Daly
Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. Wilkins
Julia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Jenny: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (18)

Performances:  First 6 October 1823; Previous 24 October 1823; Next 29 December 1823

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Daly
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

3)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (6)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 24 October 1823; Next 23 February 1824

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
villagers:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

4)  Another Piece of Presumption (6)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 24 October 1823; Next 27 October 1823

Cast:

Dramaticus Devildum, Esq.: John Reeve
Mr. Lee: Lee
Mr. Jervis: Jervis
Pshaw! Pshaw!: Shaw
Frank-in-Stitch: [James P.] Wilkinson
Cleaver: W. Brown
Frizzy: Elliott
D. Lazy: Daly
Phoenix: [William H.] Walbourn
Shovelhat: Salter
Ashpicker: Sanders
Peacock: Gay
Bell-Ringer: Payne
Jack-in-the-Green: W. Reeves
[Und]: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Cinderella Phoenix: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Frank-in-Stitch: Miss L. Hammersley
First of May mob, other characters of importance: Unlisted

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

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

Title Comment:  based on Pierce Egan's work (1821) of same title illustrated by R. & G. Cruikshank; "By the author of Giovanni in London" (bill)

Author: [William T. Moncrieff]

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Next 28 October 1823

Genre:  (Burletta) celebrated out and out classic, comic, operatic, didactic, moralistic, Aristophanic, localic, analytic, terpsichoric, panoramic, camera obscuraic, extravaganza burletta of fun, frolic, fashion, and flash; 3 acts, 20 scenes

First Night Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: J[ohn] Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar (constable of the night): Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Brady
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

Cast Commentary

Scenery Description

2)  Another Piece of Presumption (7)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 25 October 1823; Next 28 October 1823

Cast:

Dramaticus Devildum, Esq.: John Reeve
Mr. Lee: Lee
Mr. Jervis: Jervis
Pshaw! Pshaw!: Shaw
Frank-in-Stitch: [James P.] Wilkinson
Cleaver: W. Brown
Frizzy: Elliott
D. Lazy: Daly
Phoenix: [William H.] Walbourn
Shovelhat: Salter
Ashpicker: Sanders
Peacock: Gay
Bell-Ringer: Payne
Jack-in-the-Green: W. Reeves
[Und]: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Cinderella Phoenix: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Frank-in-Stitch: Miss L. Hammersley
First of May mob, other characters of importance: Unlisted

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

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

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

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
      Brady
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Another Piece of Presumption (8)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 27 October 1823; Next 29 October 1823

Cast:

Dramaticus Devildum, Esq.: John Reeve
Mr. Lee: Lee
Mr. Jervis: Jervis
Pshaw! Pshaw!: Shaw
Frank-in-Stitch: [James P.] Wilkinson
Cleaver: W. Brown
Frizzy: Elliott
D. Lazy: Daly
Phoenix: [William H.] Walbourn
Shovelhat: Salter
Ashpicker: Sanders
Peacock: Gay
Bell-Ringer: Payne
Jack-in-the-Green: W. Reeves
[Und]: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Cinderella Phoenix: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Frank-in-Stitch: Miss L. Hammersley
First of May mob, other characters of importance: Unlisted

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

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 28 October 1823; Next 30 October 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
      Brady
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Another Piece of Presumption (9)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 28 October 1823

Cast:

Dramaticus Devildum, Esq.: John Reeve
Mr. Lee: Lee
Mr. Jervis: Jervis
Pshaw! Pshaw!: Shaw
Frank-in-Stitch: [James P.] Wilkinson
Cleaver: W. Brown
Frizzy: Elliott
D. Lazy: Daly
Phoenix: [William H.] Walbourn
Shovelhat: Salter
Ashpicker: Sanders
Peacock: Gay
Bell-Ringer: Payne
Jack-in-the-Green: W. Reeves
[Und]: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Cinderella Phoenix: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Frank-in-Stitch: Miss L. Hammersley
First of May mob, other characters of importance: Unlisted

30 October 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 29 October 1823; Next 31 October 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
      Brady
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Bombastes Furioso (1)

Author: [William B. Rhodes]

Performances:  First 30 October 1823; Next 31 October 1823

Genre:  (Burlesque) popular burlesque burletta

First Night Cast:

Artaxomines (King of Utopia): John Reeve
Fusbos (minister of state): W. Brown
General Bombastes: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st courtier: Moore
2d courtier: Proud
(army of General Bombastes)
      fifer: Shaw
      drummer: Cooper
      soldiers:
            W. Reeves
            Cahill
      courtiers:
            Sanders
            Phillips
            J. Thomas
            [William R.?] Rignold
            Gay
Distaffina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

General, Dance

General, Dance Commentary


31 October 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 30 October 1823; Next 1 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
      Brady
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Bombastes Furioso (2)

Performances:  First 30 October 1823; Previous 30 October 1823; Next 1 November 1823

Cast:

Artaxomines: John Reeve
Fusbos: W. Brown
General Bombastes: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st courtier: Moore
2d courtier: Proud
fifer: Shaw
drummer: Cooper
soldiers:
      W. Reeves
      Cahill
courtiers:
      Sanders
      Phillips
      J. Thomas
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Gay
Distaffina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

1 November 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 31 October 1823; Next 3 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
      Brady
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Bombastes Furioso (3)

Performances:  First 30 October 1823; Previous 31 October 1823

Cast:

Artaxomines: John Reeve
Fusbos: W. Brown
General Bombastes: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st courtier: Moore
2d courtier: Proud
fifer: Shaw
drummer: Cooper
soldiers:
      W. Reeves
      Cahill
courtiers:
      Sanders
      Phillips
      J. Thomas
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Gay
Distaffina: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

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

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 1 November 1823; Next 4 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

Cast Changes:

OMITS  watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers: Brady

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

Author: [James T. Rodwell?]

Performances:  First 3 November 1823; Next 4 November 1823

Genre:  (Farce) [Und]

First Night Cast:

Sir Amorous Simple: Meredith
Frank: Elliott
Sharpshins: [James P.] Wilkinson
Robert Maydew: Lee
Doctor Gripe'em: Daly
Gregory: Salter
Rose Maydew: Miss E[liza] Pitt

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

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 3 November 1823; Next 5 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

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

Performances:  First 3 November 1823; Previous 3 November 1823; Next 5 November 1823

Cast:

Sir Amorous Simple: Meredith
Frank: Elliott
Sharpshins: [James P.] Wilkinson
Robert Maydew: Lee
Doctor Gripe'em: Daly
Gregory: Salter
Rose Maydew: Miss E[liza] Pitt

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

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 4 November 1823; Next 6 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

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

Performances:  First 3 November 1823; Previous 4 November 1823

Cast:

Sir Amorous Simple: Meredith
Frank: Elliott
Sharpshins: [James P.] Wilkinson
Robert Maydew: Lee
Doctor Gripe'em: Daly
Gregory: Salter
Rose Maydew: Miss E[liza] Pitt

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

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 5 November 1823; Next 7 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

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

Title Comment:  The same play as Cupboard and the Cabinet first performed at the Adelphi 9/12/1822

Author: [William T. Moncrieff]

Performances:  First 6 November 1823; Next 7 November 1823

Genre:  (Farce) favorite burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir Burleigh Protocol: Daly
Lord Ardencourt: Meredith
Vincent Ardencourt: Elliott
Mr. Mullins: Salter
Peter Grill: John Reeve
Jacob: Sanders
Arabella (daughter to Sir Burleigh): Miss E[liza] Pitt

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

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 6 November 1823; Next 8 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

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

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

Cast:

Sir Burleigh Protocol: Daly
Lord Ardencourt: Meredith
Vincent Ardencourt: Elliott
Mr. Mullins: Salter
Peter Grill: John Reeve
Jacob: Sanders
Arabella: Miss E[liza] Pitt

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

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 7 November 1823; Next 10 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

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

Performances:  First 6 November 1823; Previous 7 November 1823

Cast:

Sir Burleigh Protocol: Daly
Lord Ardencourt: Meredith
Vincent Ardencourt: Elliott
Mr. Mullins: Salter
Peter Grill: John Reeve
Jacob: Sanders
Arabella: Miss E[liza] Pitt

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

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 8 November 1823; Next 11 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (1)

Title Comment:  subtitle varies

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Next 11 November 1823

Genre:  (Farce) entirely new burletta

First Night Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
(officers)
      Dodge: W. Reeves
      Grab: Gay
(bailiffs)
      Ferret: Smith
      Holdfast: Proud
Tongue (a bellman): Sanders
Stiff (a conjuror): Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Mrs. Wilkins
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

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

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 10 November 1823; Next 12 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (2)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 10 November 1823; Next 12 November 1823

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Mrs. Wilkins
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

12 November 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 November 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 11 November 1823; Next 13 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (3)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 11 November 1823; Next 13 November 1823

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Mrs. Wilkins
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

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

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 12 November 1823; Next 14 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (4)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 12 November 1823; Next 14 November 1823

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Mrs. Wilkins
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

14 November 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
10 November 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 13 November 1823; Next 15 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (5)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 13 November 1823; Next 15 November 1823

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Mrs. Wilkins
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

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

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 14 November 1823; Next 17 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (6)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 14 November 1823; Next 17 November 1823

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Mrs. Wilkins
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

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

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 15 November 1823; Next 18 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (7)

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

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Mrs. Wilkins
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

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

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 17 November 1823; Next 19 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (8)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 17 November 1823; Next 19 November 1823

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Mrs. Wilkins
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

19 November 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 November 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 18 November 1823; Next 20 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (9)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 18 November 1823; Next 20 November 1823

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Mrs. Wilkins
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

20 November 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 November 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 19 November 1823; Next 21 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (10)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 19 November 1823; Next 21 November 1823

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Mrs. Wilkins
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

21 November 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 November 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 20 November 1823; Next 22 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (11)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 20 November 1823; Next 22 November 1823

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Mrs. Wilkins
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

22 November 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 November 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 21 November 1823; Next 24 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (12)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 21 November 1823; Next 15 March 1824

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Mrs. Wilkins
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

24 November 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 22 November 1823; Next 25 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (1)

Title Comment:  "Permission S. J. Arnold" (bill) This piece is "Foote's mock heroic tragedy of The Tailors as altered by Arnold" (Theatrical Observer, December 1, 1823, p. 139)

Author: [Samuel J. Arnold]

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Next 25 November 1823

Genre:  (Burlesque) much-admired burlesque; 8 scenes

First Night Cast:

(characters in the prelude)
      Drill (manager of a playhouse): [Benjamin] Wrench
      Zigzag (speculator in sperm oil): Daly
      Echo (a prompter): Jervis
      Whistle (an under prompter): Payne
      Tap (a bailiff): S[tephen?] Smith
      Pucker (a taylor): Phillips
(characters in the drama)
      Francisco (leader of the Dungs): [James P.] Wilkinson
      Pearcey (his friend): Salter
      Benardo (a determined Flint): W. Brown
      Abrahamides (leader of the Flints): J[ohn] Reeve
      Bartholomeus (a taylor): Chapman
      Isaacos (a Flint): Elliott
      Humphriminos (a Flint): Proud
      Christophorides (a shop foreman): W. Reeves
      Dorothea (pattern of a wife): Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
      Tinderella (a young lady): Miss L. Hammersley
      Blousedora (a waiting woman): Mrs. Dennis
      Mopperella (maid of all-work): Mrs. Daly
      infantry of the Flints:
            Forster
            Miller
            J. Thomas
            Rose
            Rumble
      cavalry of the Flints:
            Brown
            Elliott
            Sanders
            Payne
            W. Reeves
            Proud
            Cahill
      infantry of the Dungs:
            Shaw
            Buxton
            Padbury
            Moore
            Glover
            Wallace
            Shepperd
      cavalry of the Dungs:
            Salter
            Smith
            Cooper
            Gay
            [William R.?] Rignold
            Dennis
            Phillips

Cast Commentary

Artistic Supervision

Spectacle

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary


25 November 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 24 November 1823; Next 26 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (2)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 24 November 1823; Next 26 November 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

26 November 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 25 November 1823; Next 27 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (3)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 25 November 1823; Next 27 November 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

27 November 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 26 November 1823; Next 28 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (4)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 26 November 1823; Next 28 November 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

28 November 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 27 November 1823; Next 29 November 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (5)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 27 November 1823; Next 29 November 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

29 November 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 28 November 1823; Next 1 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (6)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 28 November 1823; Next 1 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

1 December 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 29 November 1823; Next 2 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (7)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 29 November 1823; Next 2 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

2 December 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 1 December 1823; Next 3 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (8)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 1 December 1823; Next 3 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

3 December 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 2 December 1823; Next 4 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (9)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 2 December 1823; Next 4 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

4 December 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 3 December 1823; Next 5 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (10)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 3 December 1823; Next 5 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

5 December 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 4 December 1823; Next 6 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (11)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 4 December 1823; Next 6 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

6 December 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 5 December 1823; Next 8 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (12)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 5 December 1823; Next 8 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

8 December 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 6 December 1823; Next 9 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (13)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 6 December 1823; Next 9 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

9 December 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 8 December 1823; Next 10 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (14)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 8 December 1823; Next 10 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

10 December 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 9 December 1823; Next 11 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (15)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 9 December 1823; Next 11 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

11 December 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 10 December 1823; Next 12 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (16)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 10 December 1823; Next 12 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

12 December 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 11 December 1823; Next 13 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (17)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 11 December 1823; Next 13 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

13 December 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 12 December 1823; Next 15 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (18)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 12 December 1823; Next 15 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

15 December 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 13 December 1823; Next 16 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (19)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 13 December 1823; Next 16 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

16 December 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 15 December 1823; Next 17 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (20)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 15 December 1823; Next 17 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

17 December 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 16 December 1823; Next 18 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (21)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 16 December 1823; Next 18 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

18 December 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 17 December 1823; Next 19 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (22)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 17 December 1823; Next 19 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

19 December 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 18 December 1823; Next 20 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (23)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 18 December 1823; Next 20 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

20 December 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 19 December 1823; Next 22 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. Wilkins
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (24)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 19 December 1823; Next 22 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

22 December 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 20 December 1823; Next 23 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

Cast Changes:

BUT  Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker (replaces Mrs. Wilkins)

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (25)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 20 December 1823; Next 23 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

23 December 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 22 December 1823; Next 26 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (26)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 22 December 1823; Next 29 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

24 December 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Eve


25 December 1823
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas


26 December 1823
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 23 December 1823; Next 27 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (1)

Title Comment:  new parts 1 & 2: "Astonishing Illusions" that include "Phantasmagoria" substituted for "Manual Dexterity"; "Laughing Gas" added to Part 3

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

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Next 27 December 1823

Genre:  (Pantomime) entirely new grand and magnificent Christmas pantomime; 17 scenes

First Night Cast:

Doctor Faustus (Rosicrucian cabalist): Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas (1st app)
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown (his Chinese slave): J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles (favourite imp of Black Demon): Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus (King of the Golden Isles): J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin (Prince of the Ruby Lips): W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus (Queen of the Golden Isles): Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine (Princess of the Diamond Eyes): Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray (queen of the fairies): Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: Buxton
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: W. Reeves
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John (his servant): "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
mistress of the toyshop: Miss Gaskin
optician: J. Thomas
Quaker: Shaw
glass porter: [William R.?] Rignold
old apple woman: "Pippin"
Mr. Birch: "Heath"
beadle: "Blind"
flower girl: "Miss Rose"
maid servant: "Miss Lively"
china woman: "Mrs. Glass"
Mr. Singlefist: "Armstrong"
Mr. Singlefoot: "Legit"
(one legged cricketers)
      Hop: "Legless"
      Skip: "Woodpin"
      Jump: "Timbertoe"
(one armed cricketers)
      Wrist: "Stump"
      Fist: "Lopside"
      Longarm: "Lostone"
boardman: "Poorman"
flying pieman: "Trip"
tinker: "Traveller"
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
(scavengers)
      Mud: "Thick"
      Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"

Cast Commentary

Spectacle

Scenery Description


27 December 1823
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1823
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 27 October 1823; Previous 26 December 1823

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Benjamin] Wrench
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: W. Brown
Hon. Dick Trifle: "Flashman"
'Squire Hawthorn: Meredith
Primefit: Elliott
M'Lush: Lee
O'Boozle: Salter
Tartar: Daly
Cribb: Champion
Jack the gas light man: Chapman
Tattersal: Phillips
Regular: Smith
Sir Harry Blood: Dennis
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Ragged Jack: Shaw
marker: [William R.?] Rignold
Queer'em: W. Reeves
poor tradesman: S[tephen?] Smith
principal dancers:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Harlequin in miniature: Master Bellam
Clown in miniature: Master Walbourn
Columbine in miniature: Miss Chivers
watchmen, poundage coves, guinea pigs, copers, divers:
      Proud
      Padbury
      J. Sanders
      Gay
      Wallis
      Martin
      Hart
      Spellers
Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Jane: Miss L. Hammersley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Devis: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
African Sal: Sanders

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (2)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 26 December 1823; Next 29 December 1823

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: Buxton
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: W. Reeves
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: "Trip"
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
mistress of the toyshop: Miss Gaskin
optician: J. Thomas
Quaker: Shaw
glass porter: [William R.?] Rignold
old apple woman: "Pippin"
Mr. Birch: "Heath"
beadle: "Blind"
flower girl: "Miss Rose"
maid servant: "Miss Lively"
china woman: "Mrs. Glass"
Mr. Singlefist: "Armstrong"
Mr. Singlefoot: "Legit"
Hop: "Legless"
Skip: "Woodpin"
Jump: "Timbertoe"
Wrist: "Stump"
Fist: "Lopside"
Longarm: "Lostone"
boardman: "Poorman"
tinker: "Traveller"

29 December 1823
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 December 1823
playbill
British Library

1)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (27)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 23 December 1823; Next 30 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

Title: General Commentary

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (19)

Performances:  First 6 October 1823; Previous 25 October 1823; Next 30 December 1823

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Dennis
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

Cast Changes:

BUT  Agnes: Mrs. Dennis (replaces Mrs. Daly)

3)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (3)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 27 December 1823; Next 30 December 1823

Genre:  15 scenes

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: Buxton
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: W. Reeves
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: "Trip"
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Mr. Singlefist: "Armstrong"
Mr. Singlefoot: "Legit"
Hop: "Legless"
Skip: "Woodpin"
Jump: "Timbertoe"
Wrist: "Stump"
Fist: "Lopside"
Longarm: "Lostone"
boardman: "Poorman"
tinker: "Traveller"

Cast Changes:

OMITS  Mr. Birch: "Heath"
  Quaker: Shaw
  beadle: "Blind"
  china woman: "Mrs. Glass"
  flower girl: "Miss Rose"
  glass porter: [William R.?] Rignold
  maid servant: "Miss Lively"
  mistress of the toyshop: Miss Gaskin
  old apple woman: "Pippin"
  optician: J. Thomas

30 December 1823
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (28)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 29 December 1823; Next 31 December 1823

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (20)

Performances:  First 6 October 1823; Previous 29 December 1823; Next 31 December 1823

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Daly
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

Cast Changes:

BUT  Agnes: Mrs. Daly (replaces Mrs. Dennis)

3)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (4)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 29 December 1823; Next 31 December 1823

Genre:  14 scenes

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: Buxton
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: "Trip"
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Mr. Singlefist: "Armstrong"
Mr. Singlefoot: "Legit"
Hop: "Legless"
Skip: "Woodpin"
Jump: "Timbertoe"
Wrist: "Stump"
Fist: "Lopside"
Longarm: "Lostone"
boardman: "Poorman"
tinker: "Traveller"

Cast Changes:

OMITS  customer: Miss Casciana
  dandy: W. Reeves
  shopman: "Totter"

31 December 1823
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (29)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 30 December 1823; Next 1 January 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (21)

Performances:  First 6 October 1823; Previous 30 December 1823; Next 1 January 1824

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Daly
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

3)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (5)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 30 December 1823; Next 1 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: Buxton
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: "Trip"
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Mr. Singlefist: "Armstrong"
Mr. Singlefoot: "Legit"
Hop: "Legless"
Skip: "Woodpin"
Jump: "Timbertoe"
Wrist: "Stump"
Fist: "Lopside"
Longarm: "Lostone"
boardman: "Poorman"
tinker: "Traveller"

1 January 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (30)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 31 December 1823; Next 2 January 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (22)

Performances:  First 6 October 1823; Previous 31 December 1823; Next 2 January 1824

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Daly
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

3)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (6)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 31 December 1823; Next 2 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: Buxton
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: "Trip"
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Mr. Singlefist: "Armstrong"
Mr. Singlefoot: "Legit"
Hop: "Legless"
Skip: "Woodpin"
Jump: "Timbertoe"
Wrist: "Stump"
Fist: "Lopside"
Longarm: "Lostone"
boardman: "Poorman"
tinker: "Traveller"

2 January 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (31)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 1 January 1824; Next 3 January 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (23)

Performances:  First 6 October 1823; Previous 1 January 1824; Next 3 January 1824

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Daly
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

3)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (7)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 1 January 1824; Next 3 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: Buxton
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: "Trip"
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Mr. Singlefist: "Armstrong"
Mr. Singlefoot: "Legit"
Hop: "Legless"
Skip: "Woodpin"
Jump: "Timbertoe"
Wrist: "Stump"
Fist: "Lopside"
Longarm: "Lostone"
boardman: "Poorman"
tinker: "Traveller"

3 January 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1823
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (32)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 2 January 1824; Next 1 March 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

2)  A Matter of Doubt; or, Seven Years Since (24)

Performances:  First 6 October 1823; Previous 2 January 1824

Cast:

Martindale: Lee
Wilmot: Elliott
Andrew Careful: [James P.] Wilkinson
Agnes: Mrs. Daly
Rose: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

3)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (8)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 2 January 1824; Next 5 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: Buxton
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: "Trip"
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Mr. Singlefist: "Armstrong"
Mr. Singlefoot: "Legit"
Hop: "Legless"
Skip: "Woodpin"
Jump: "Timbertoe"
Wrist: "Stump"
Fist: "Lopside"
Longarm: "Lostone"
boardman: "Poorman"
tinker: "Traveller"

5 January 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (1)

Title Comment:  based on Scott's novel

Author: [Thomas J. Dibdin]

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Next 6 January 1824

Genre:  (Melodrama) melo-dramatic burletta

First Night Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton (Geordy Robertson): Watkins Burroughs (1st app this season)
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: "Lady" (1st app here)
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Miss Damahoy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (9)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 3 January 1824; Next 6 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: Shaw
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: W. Reeves
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Alderman Butbelly: Gay
  customer: Miss Casciana
  dandy: W. Reeves
  shopman: "Totter"
BUT  baker: Shaw (replaces Buxton)
  flying pieman: Smith (replaces "Trip")
OMITS  Fist: "Lopside"
  Hop: "Legless"
  Jump: "Timbertoe"
  Longarm: "Lostone"
  Mr. Singlefist: "Armstrong"
  Mr. Singlefoot: "Legit"
  Skip: "Woodpin"
  Wrist: "Stump"
  boardman: "Poorman"
  tinker: "Traveller"

6 January 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (2)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 5 January 1824; Next 7 January 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: "Lady"
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Miss Damahoy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (10)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 5 January 1824; Next 7 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: Shaw
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: W. Reeves
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

7 January 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (3)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 6 January 1824; Next 8 January 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: "Lady"
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Miss Damahoy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (11)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 6 January 1824; Next 8 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: Shaw
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: W. Reeves
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

8 January 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (4)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 7 January 1824; Next 9 January 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: "Lady"
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Miss Damahoy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (12)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 7 January 1824; Next 9 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: Shaw
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: W. Reeves
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

9 January 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (5)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 8 January 1824; Next 10 January 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: "Lady"
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Miss Damahoy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (13)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 8 January 1824; Next 10 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: Shaw
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: W. Reeves
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

10 January 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (6)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 9 January 1824; Next 12 January 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: "Lady"
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Miss Damahoy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (14)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 9 January 1824; Next 12 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: Shaw
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: W. Reeves
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

12 January 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (7)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 10 January 1824; Next 13 January 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: "Lady"
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Miss Damahoy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (15)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 10 January 1824; Next 13 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

Cast Changes:

BUT  baker: "Dough" (replaces Shaw)
  dandy: Shaw (replaces W. Reeves)

13 January 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (8)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 12 January 1824; Next 14 January 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: "Lady"
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Miss Damahoy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (16)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 12 January 1824; Next 14 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

14 January 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (9)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 13 January 1824; Next 15 January 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: "Lady"
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Miss Damahoy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (17)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 13 January 1824; Next 15 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

15 January 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (10)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 14 January 1824; Next 16 January 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: "Lady"
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Miss Damahoy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (18)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 14 January 1824; Next 16 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

16 January 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (11)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 15 January 1824; Next 17 January 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: "Lady"
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Miss Damahoy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (19)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 15 January 1824; Next 17 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

17 January 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (12)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 16 January 1824; Next 16 February 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: "Lady"
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Miss Damahoy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (20)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 16 January 1824; Next 19 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

19 January 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; based on Scott's novel

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Next 20 January 1824

Genre:  (Melodrama) new serious melo-drame

First Night Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power (1st app here)
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk (an Irish officer on half pay): Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick (servant to Mowbray): Gay
Anthony (postilion at the Old Clickhum Inn): Cooper
Solmes (valet to Lord Etherington): Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
(servants at the Clickhum Inn)
      Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
      Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

Cast Commentary

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (21)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 17 January 1824; Next 20 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

20 January 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (2)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 19 January 1824; Next 21 January 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (22)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 19 January 1824; Next 21 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

21 January 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (3)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 20 January 1824; Next 22 January 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (23)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 20 January 1824; Next 22 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

22 January 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (4)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 21 January 1824; Next 23 January 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (24)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 21 January 1824; Next 23 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

23 January 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (5)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 22 January 1824; Next 24 January 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (25)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 22 January 1824; Next 24 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

24 January 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (6)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 23 January 1824; Next 26 January 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (26)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 23 January 1824; Next 26 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

26 January 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (7)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 24 January 1824; Next 27 January 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (27)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 24 January 1824; Next 27 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

27 January 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (8)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 26 January 1824; Next 28 January 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (28)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 26 January 1824; Next 28 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

28 January 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (9)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 27 January 1824; Next 29 January 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (29)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 27 January 1824; Next 29 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

29 January 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (10)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 28 January 1824; Next 31 January 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (30)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 28 January 1824; Next 31 January 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

30 January 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Martyr's Day


31 January 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (11)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 29 January 1824; Next 2 February 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (31)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 29 January 1824; Next 2 February 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

2 February 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (12)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 31 January 1824; Next 3 February 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (32)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 31 January 1824; Next 3 February 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

3 February 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (13)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 2 February 1824; Next 4 February 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (33)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 2 February 1824; Next 4 February 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

4 February 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (14)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 3 February 1824; Next 5 February 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (34)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 3 February 1824; Next 5 February 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

5 February 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (15)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 4 February 1824; Next 6 February 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (35)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 4 February 1824; Next 6 February 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

6 February 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (16)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 5 February 1824; Next 7 February 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (36)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 5 February 1824; Next 7 February 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

7 February 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  St. Ronan's Well (17)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 6 February 1824; Next 9 February 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (37)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 6 February 1824; Next 30 March 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

9 February 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Based on Henry Fielding's novel

Author: [Thomas J. Dibdin]

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Next 10 February 1824

Genre:  (Farce) admired burletta

First Night Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

Song

Spectacle

2)  St. Ronan's Well (18)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 7 February 1824; Next 10 February 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

10 February 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (2)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 9 February 1824; Next 11 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

2)  St. Ronan's Well (19)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 9 February 1824; Next 11 February 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

11 February 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (3)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 10 February 1824; Next 12 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

2)  St. Ronan's Well (20)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 10 February 1824; Next 12 February 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

12 February 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (4)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 11 February 1824; Next 13 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

2)  St. Ronan's Well (21)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 11 February 1824; Next 13 February 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

13 February 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (5)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 12 February 1824; Next 14 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

2)  St. Ronan's Well (22)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 12 February 1824; Next 14 February 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

14 February 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (6)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 13 February 1824; Next 16 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

2)  St. Ronan's Well (23)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 13 February 1824; Next 27 March 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

16 February 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (7)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 14 February 1824; Next 17 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

2)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (13)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 17 January 1824; Next 17 February 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: Miss Ireland
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Caroline, Queen of England: Miss Ireland (replaces "Lady")
  Effie Deans: Miss E[liza] Pitt (replaces Miss Pitt)
OMITS  Miss Damahoy: Miss Ireland

17 February 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (8)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 16 February 1824; Next 18 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

2)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (14)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 16 February 1824; Next 18 February 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: Miss Ireland
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

18 February 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (9)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 17 February 1824; Next 19 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

2)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (15)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 17 February 1824; Next 19 February 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: Miss Ireland
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

19 February 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (10)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 18 February 1824; Next 20 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

2)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (16)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 18 February 1824; Next 20 February 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: Miss Ireland
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

20 February 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (11)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 19 February 1824; Next 21 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

2)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (17)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 19 February 1824; Next 21 February 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: Miss Ireland
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

21 February 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (12)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 20 February 1824; Next 23 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

2)  The Heart of Midlothian; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (18)

Performances:  First 5 January 1824; Previous 20 February 1824

Cast:

John, Duke of Argyll: Lee
Staunton: Watkins Burroughs
David Deans: Jervis
Laird of Dumbiedikes: [James P.] Wilkinson
Reuben Butler: Chapman
Saddletree: Brown
Ratcliffe: Salter
Archibald: Meredith
Black Frank: Elliott
Tom Tyburn: Sanders
Sharpitlaw: Daly
Rasper: Cooper
officer: Smith
Caroline, Queen of England: Miss Ireland
Lady Suffolk: Miss Phillips
Jeanie Deans: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Effie Deans: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Madge Wildfire: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Margery Murdockson: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Glass: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Saddletree: Miss Brown
Mrs. Howden: Miss Gaskin
Mrs. Balchristie: Mrs. Dennis
Sally: Miss Vidall
town guard, mob: Unlisted

23 February 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1824
playbill
British Library

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

Author: [William T. Moncrieff]

Performances:  First 23 February 1824; Next 24 February 1824

Genre:  (Burlesque) celebrated burlesque melo drama

First Night Cast:

Causewin, alias Carwin: J[ohn] Reeve
Fountain, alias Fontaine: [James P.] Wilkinson
Charley, alias Charles: Brown
Thickhead, alias Picard: Salter
Lovewine, alias Lavigne: Meredith
Dullpart, alias Delparc: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper, alias Widow: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy, alias Bridget: Mrs. Daly
Nanny, alias Nannette: Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Ireland

Title: General Commentary

2)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (7)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 25 October 1823; Next 24 February 1824

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
villagers:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

3)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (13)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 21 February 1824; Next 24 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

24 February 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1824
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 23 February 1824; Previous 23 February 1824; Next 25 February 1824

Cast:

Causewin, alias Carwin: John Reeve
Fountain, alias Fontaine: [James P.] Wilkinson
Charley, alias Charles: Brown
Thickhead, alias Picard: Salter
Lovewine, alias Lavigne: Meredith
Dullpart, alias Delparc: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper, alias Widow: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy, alias Bridget: Mrs. Daly
Nanny, alias Nannette: Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Ireland

2)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (8)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 23 February 1824; Next 25 February 1824

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
villagers:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

3)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (14)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 23 February 1824; Next 25 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

25 February 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1824
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 23 February 1824; Previous 24 February 1824; Next 26 February 1824

Cast:

Causewin, alias Carwin: John Reeve
Fountain, alias Fontaine: [James P.] Wilkinson
Charley, alias Charles: Brown
Thickhead, alias Picard: Salter
Lovewine, alias Lavigne: Meredith
Dullpart, alias Delparc: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper, alias Widow: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy, alias Bridget: Mrs. Daly
Nanny, alias Nannette: Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Ireland

2)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (9)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 24 February 1824; Next 26 February 1824

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
villagers:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

3)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (15)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 24 February 1824; Next 26 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

26 February 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1824
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 23 February 1824; Previous 25 February 1824; Next 27 February 1824

Cast:

Causewin, alias Carwin: John Reeve
Fountain, alias Fontaine: [James P.] Wilkinson
Charley, alias Charles: Brown
Thickhead, alias Picard: Salter
Lovewine, alias Lavigne: Meredith
Dullpart, alias Delparc: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper, alias Widow: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy, alias Bridget: Mrs. Daly
Nanny, alias Nannette: Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Ireland

2)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (10)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 25 February 1824; Next 27 February 1824

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
villagers:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

3)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (16)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 25 February 1824; Next 27 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

27 February 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1824
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 23 February 1824; Previous 26 February 1824; Next 28 February 1824

Cast:

Causewin, alias Carwin: John Reeve
Fountain, alias Fontaine: [James P.] Wilkinson
Charley, alias Charles: Brown
Thickhead, alias Picard: Salter
Lovewine, alias Lavigne: Meredith
Dullpart, alias Delparc: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper, alias Widow: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy, alias Bridget: Mrs. Daly
Nanny, alias Nannette: Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Ireland

2)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (11)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 26 February 1824; Next 28 February 1824

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
villagers:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

3)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (17)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 26 February 1824; Next 28 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

28 February 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1824
playbill
British Library

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

Performances:  First 23 February 1824; Previous 27 February 1824

Cast:

Causewin, alias Carwin: John Reeve
Fountain, alias Fontaine: [James P.] Wilkinson
Charley, alias Charles: Brown
Thickhead, alias Picard: Salter
Lovewine, alias Lavigne: Meredith
Dullpart, alias Delparc: W. Reeves
Johnson: Bishop
Hatterick: Sanders
Nabman: Proud
Nickem: Dennis
Muggins: Phillips
Molly: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Juniper, alias Widow: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Biddy, alias Bridget: Mrs. Daly
Nanny, alias Nannette: Mrs. Gay
Mrs. Muggins: Miss Ireland

2)  L'Amour; or, Wine No Poison (12)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 27 February 1824

Cast:

principal characters:
      St. Albin
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Daly
villagers:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

3)  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (18)

Performances:  First 9 February 1824; Previous 27 February 1824

Cast:

Mr. Allworthy: Jervis
'Squire Western: Meredith
Tom Jones: [Benjamin] Wrench
Blifil: Chapman
Thwackum: Daly
Square: Elliott
Partridge: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dowling: Brown
Captain Fitzpatrick: Lee
Lord Fellamer: Salter
Farmer Stump: Sanders
Farmer Clump: Cooper
Black George: Smith
servants, huntsmen, travellers: Unlisted
Lady Bellaston: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Western: Mrs. Daly
Sophia Western: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Mrs. Fringe: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Honour: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Molly Seagrim: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
landlady: Mrs. Dennis
Susan: Miss Carr
Jane: Miss Casciana
Mrs. Waters: Miss Ireland
servants, passengers: Unlisted

1 March 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 March 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Waggeries in Wapping; or, King Charles's Merry Days (1)

Title Comment:  Billed as "entirely new"; It is not the same piece as William T. Moncrieff's Rochester; or, King Charles the Second's Merry Days

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 1 March 1824; Next 2 March 1824

Genre:  (Burletta) entirely new operatic burletta

First Night Cast:

King Charles the Second: Elliott
Wilmot (Earl of Rochester): J[ohn] Reeve
Grand Chamberlain: Smith
Boscobell (landlord of the "Royal Oak"): [James P.] Wilkinson
courtiers:
      Payne
      Phillips
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Gay
      Miller
      Forster
sailors:
      Sanders
      Dennis
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
      Moore
      Buxton
      Cooper
Edward (page to the queen): Miss Miriam Hammersley
Lady Clara: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Eliza (Boscobell's niece): Miss E[liza] Pitt
ladies of the court:
      Miss Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gay
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Giles

2)  Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (1)

Title Comment:  Billed as Jemmy of Aberdeen

Choreographer: [John Jones]

Performances:  First 1 March 1824; Next 2 March 1824

Genre:  (Ballet) admired comic ballet

First Night Cast:

principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones (1st app)
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Cooper
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle

Cast Commentary

3)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (33)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 3 January 1824; Next 2 March 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

2 March 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 March 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Waggeries in Wapping; or, King Charles's Merry Days (2)

Performances:  First 1 March 1824; Previous 1 March 1824; Next 4 March 1824

Cast:

King Charles the Second: Elliott
Wilmot: John Reeve
Grand Chamberlain: Smith
Boscobell: [James P.] Wilkinson
courtiers:
      Payne
      Phillips
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Gay
      Miller
      Forster
sailors:
      Sanders
      Dennis
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
      Moore
      Buxton
      Cooper
Edward: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Lady Clara: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Eliza: Miss E[liza] Pitt
ladies of the court:
      Miss Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gay
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Giles

2)  Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (2)

Performances:  First 1 March 1824; Previous 1 March 1824; Next 4 March 1824

Cast:

principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Cooper
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle

3)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (34)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 1 March 1824; Next 4 March 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

3 March 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Ash Wednesday


4 March 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 March 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Waggeries in Wapping; or, King Charles's Merry Days (3)

Performances:  First 1 March 1824; Previous 2 March 1824; Next 6 March 1824

Cast:

King Charles the Second: Elliott
Wilmot: John Reeve
Grand Chamberlain: Smith
Boscobell: [James P.] Wilkinson
courtiers:
      Payne
      Phillips
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Gay
      Miller
      Forster
sailors:
      Sanders
      Dennis
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
      Moore
      Buxton
      Cooper
Edward: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Lady Clara: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Eliza: Miss E[liza] Pitt
ladies of the court:
      Miss Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gay
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Giles

2)  Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (3)

Performances:  First 1 March 1824; Previous 2 March 1824; Next 6 March 1824

Cast:

principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Cooper
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle

3)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (35)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 2 March 1824; Next 6 March 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

5 March 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 March 1824
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


6 March 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 March 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Waggeries in Wapping; or, King Charles's Merry Days (4)

Performances:  First 1 March 1824; Previous 4 March 1824

Cast:

King Charles the Second: Elliott
Wilmot: John Reeve
Grand Chamberlain: Smith
Boscobell: [James P.] Wilkinson
courtiers:
      Payne
      Phillips
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Gay
      Miller
      Forster
sailors:
      Sanders
      Dennis
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
      Moore
      Buxton
      Cooper
Edward: Miss Miriam Hammersley
Lady Clara: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Eliza: Miss E[liza] Pitt
ladies of the court:
      Miss Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gay
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Giles

2)  Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (4)

Performances:  First 1 March 1824; Previous 4 March 1824; Next 8 March 1824

Cast:

principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Cooper
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle

3)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (36)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 4 March 1824; Next 8 March 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Miss L. Hammersley
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

Title: General Commentary


8 March 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 March 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since (1)

Title Comment:  first time ever; Nicoll gives 11/3/1824 as date of 1st perf and says music was by Rodwell; based on Walter Scott's Waverley. The bill spells Waverley without the second letter e

Author: [Edward Fitzball]; Composer: George B. Herbert

Performances:  First 8 March 1824; Next 9 March 1824

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

First Night Cast:

Baron of Bradwardine: Meredith
Captain Waverly: Chapman
Fergus Mac Ivor (Chief of Glennaquoic): Watkins Burroughs
Laird of Balmawhapple: Brown
Bailie Macwheeble: Proud
Davie Gellettley: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Evan Dhu: W. Reeves
Alexander Saunderson: Daly
Colonel Talbot: Smith
Bean Leon: Salter
Ebenezer Crickshanks: Jervis
Serjeant Haughton: Sanders
Donald: Payne
Malcolm: Dennis
Dugal: Gay
cattle stealers, soldiers, Highlanders: Unlisted
Flora Mac Ivor: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Rose Bradwardine: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Nosebag (an amazon of the last century): J[ohn] Reeve
Mrs. Macleary: Mrs. Daly
Moggy Muirtop: Mrs. Dennis
villagers, dancers, Highland ladies: Unlisted

Cast Commentary

Dance

Entertainment

Spectacle

2)  Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (5)

Performances:  First 1 March 1824; Previous 6 March 1824; Next 9 March 1824

Cast:

principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Cooper
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle

3)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (37)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 6 March 1824; Next 9 March 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

Cast Changes:

BUT  Tinderella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan (replaces Miss L. Hammersley)

9 March 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 March 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since (2)

Performances:  First 8 March 1824; Previous 8 March 1824; Next 11 March 1824

Cast:

Baron of Bradwardine: Meredith
Captain Waverly: Chapman
Fergus Mac Ivor: Watkins Burroughs
Laird of Balmawhapple: Brown
Bailie Macwheeble: Proud
Davie Gellettley: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Evan Dhu: W. Reeves
Alexander Saunderson: Daly
Colonel Talbot: Smith
Bean Leon: Salter
Ebenezer Crickshanks: Jervis
Serjeant Haughton: Sanders
Donald: Payne
Malcolm: Dennis
Dugal: Gay
cattle stealers, soldiers, Highlanders: Unlisted
Flora Mac Ivor: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Rose Bradwardine: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Nosebag: John Reeve
Mrs. Macleary: Mrs. Daly
Moggy Muirtop: Mrs. Dennis
villagers, dancers, Highland ladies: Unlisted

2)  Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (6)

Performances:  First 1 March 1824; Previous 8 March 1824; Next 11 March 1824

Cast:

principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Cooper
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle

3)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (38)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 8 March 1824; Next 11 March 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

10 March 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 March 1824
playbill
British Library

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


11 March 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1824
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since (3)

Performances:  First 8 March 1824; Previous 9 March 1824; Next 13 March 1824

Cast:

Baron of Bradwardine: Meredith
Captain Waverly: Chapman
Fergus Mac Ivor: Watkins Burroughs
Laird of Balmawhapple: Brown
Bailie Macwheeble: Proud
Davie Gellettley: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Evan Dhu: W. Reeves
Alexander Saunderson: Daly
Colonel Talbot: Smith
Bean Leon: Salter
Ebenezer Crickshanks: Jervis
Serjeant Haughton: Sanders
Donald: Payne
Malcolm: Dennis
Dugal: Gay
cattle stealers, soldiers, Highlanders: Unlisted
Flora Mac Ivor: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Rose Bradwardine: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Nosebag: John Reeve
Mrs. Macleary: Mrs. Daly
Moggy Muirtop: Mrs. Dennis
villagers, dancers, Highland ladies: Unlisted

2)  Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (7)

Performances:  First 1 March 1824; Previous 9 March 1824; Next 13 March 1824

Cast:

principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Cooper
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle

3)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (39)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 9 March 1824; Next 13 March 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

Title: General Commentary


12 March 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 March 1824
playbill
British Library

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


13 March 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1824
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since (4)

Performances:  First 8 March 1824; Previous 11 March 1824; Next 15 March 1824

Cast:

Baron of Bradwardine: Meredith
Captain Waverly: Chapman
Fergus Mac Ivor: Watkins Burroughs
Laird of Balmawhapple: Brown
Bailie Macwheeble: Proud
Davie Gellettley: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Evan Dhu: W. Reeves
Alexander Saunderson: Daly
Colonel Talbot: Smith
Bean Leon: Salter
Ebenezer Crickshanks: Jervis
Serjeant Haughton: Sanders
Donald: Payne
Malcolm: Dennis
Dugal: Gay
cattle stealers, soldiers, Highlanders: Unlisted
Flora Mac Ivor: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Rose Bradwardine: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Nosebag: John Reeve
Mrs. Macleary: Mrs. Daly
Moggy Muirtop: Mrs. Dennis
villagers, dancers, Highland ladies: Unlisted

2)  Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (8)

Performances:  First 1 March 1824; Previous 11 March 1824; Next 30 March 1824

Cast:

principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Cooper
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle

3)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (40)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 11 March 1824; Next 29 March 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

15 March 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 March 1824
playbill
British Library

Benefit: Mrs. Waylett

1)  Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since (5)

Performances:  First 8 March 1824; Previous 13 March 1824; Next 16 March 1824

Cast:

Baron of Bradwardine: Meredith
Captain Waverly: Chapman
Fergus Mac Ivor: Watkins Burroughs
Laird of Balmawhapple: Brown
Bailie Macwheeble: Proud
Davie Gellettley: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Evan Dhu: W. Reeves
Alexander Saunderson: Daly
Colonel Talbot: Smith
Bean Leon: Salter
Ebenezer Crickshanks: Jervis
Serjeant Haughton: Sanders
Donald: Payne
Malcolm: Dennis
Dugal: Gay
cattle stealers, soldiers, Highlanders: Unlisted
Flora Mac Ivor: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Rose Bradwardine: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Nosebag: John Reeve
Mrs. Macleary: Mrs. Daly
Moggy Muirtop: Mrs. Dennis
villagers, dancers, Highland ladies: Unlisted

2)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (13)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 22 November 1823; Next 18 March 1824

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Cast Changes:

BUT  Miss Amelia Money: Miss E[liza] Pitt (replaces Mrs. Wilkins)

3)  Man and Wife; or, Love in a Prison (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here; not listed by Nicoll

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 15 March 1824

Genre:  (Farce) piece

First Night Cast:

Delaval: [Benjamin] Wrench
O'Clogherty: Lee
sentinel: Smith
Clara: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
 

General, Song

General, Song Commentary


16 March 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Benefit: Mrs. Baker

1)  Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since (6)

Performances:  First 8 March 1824; Previous 15 March 1824; Next 18 March 1824

Cast:

Baron of Bradwardine: Meredith
Captain Waverly: Chapman
Fergus Mac Ivor: Watkins Burroughs
Laird of Balmawhapple: Brown
Bailie Macwheeble: Proud
Davie Gellettley: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Evan Dhu: W. Reeves
Alexander Saunderson: Daly
Colonel Talbot: Smith
Bean Leon: Salter
Ebenezer Crickshanks: Jervis
Serjeant Haughton: Sanders
Donald: Payne
Malcolm: Dennis
Dugal: Gay
cattle stealers, soldiers, Highlanders: Unlisted
Flora Mac Ivor: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Rose Bradwardine: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Nosebag: John Reeve
Mrs. Macleary: Mrs. Daly
Moggy Muirtop: Mrs. Dennis
villagers, dancers, Highland ladies: Unlisted

2)  The Gipsy Daughter (1)

Title Comment:  first time ever; licensed as Gipsey Daughter; or, The Cupid of Clerkenwell

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 16 March 1824; Next 22 March 1824

Genre:  (Burletta) burletta

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

Title Comment:  billed under subtitle

Author: [P. P. O'Callaghan]

Performances:  First 16 March 1824; Next 1 April 1824

Genre:  (Burletta) admired burletta

First Night Cast:

principal characters:
      [Benjamin] Wrench
      Watkins Burroughs
      Dennis
      Miller
      Miss E[liza] Pitt
      Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

Cast Commentary


17 March 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 March 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


18 March 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1824
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since (7)

Performances:  First 8 March 1824; Previous 16 March 1824; Next 20 March 1824

Cast:

Baron of Bradwardine: Meredith
Captain Waverly: Chapman
Fergus Mac Ivor: Watkins Burroughs
Laird of Balmawhapple: Brown
Bailie Macwheeble: Proud
Davie Gellettley: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Evan Dhu: W. Reeves
Alexander Saunderson: Daly
Colonel Talbot: Smith
Bean Leon: Salter
Ebenezer Crickshanks: Jervis
Serjeant Haughton: Sanders
Donald: Payne
Malcolm: Dennis
Dugal: Gay
cattle stealers, soldiers, Highlanders: Unlisted
Flora Mac Ivor: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Rose Bradwardine: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Nosebag: John Reeve
Mrs. Macleary: Mrs. Daly
Moggy Muirtop: Mrs. Dennis
villagers, dancers, Highland ladies: Unlisted

2)  Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters (7)

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 18 October 1823; Next 20 March 1824

Cast:

Monsieur Kick de Moon: Daly
Monsieur Pirouette: St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe: W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Jane: Mlle. Maria
Rosa: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
pupils:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

3)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (14)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 15 March 1824; Next 20 March 1824

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

19 March 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 March 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


20 March 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1824
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since (8)

Performances:  First 8 March 1824; Previous 18 March 1824; Next 22 March 1824

Cast:

Baron of Bradwardine: Meredith
Captain Waverly: Chapman
Fergus Mac Ivor: Watkins Burroughs
Laird of Balmawhapple: Brown
Bailie Macwheeble: Proud
Davie Gellettley: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Evan Dhu: W. Reeves
Alexander Saunderson: Daly
Colonel Talbot: Smith
Bean Leon: Salter
Ebenezer Crickshanks: Jervis
Serjeant Haughton: Sanders
Donald: Payne
Malcolm: Dennis
Dugal: Gay
cattle stealers, soldiers, Highlanders: Unlisted
Flora Mac Ivor: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Rose Bradwardine: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Nosebag: John Reeve
Mrs. Macleary: Mrs. Daly
Moggy Muirtop: Mrs. Dennis
villagers, dancers, Highland ladies: Unlisted

2)  Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters (8)

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 18 March 1824; Next 23 March 1824

Cast:

Monsieur Kick de Moon: Daly
Monsieur Pirouette: St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe: W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Jane: Mlle. Maria
Rosa: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
pupils:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

3)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (15)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 18 March 1824; Next 1 April 1824

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
constables:
      Padbury
      [William R.?] Rignold
Miss Amelia Money: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

22 March 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 March 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Benefit: Wilkinson

1)  Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since (9)

Performances:  First 8 March 1824; Previous 20 March 1824; Next 23 March 1824

Cast:

Baron of Bradwardine: Meredith
Captain Waverly: Chapman
Fergus Mac Ivor: Watkins Burroughs
Laird of Balmawhapple: Brown
Bailie Macwheeble: Proud
Davie Gellettley: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Evan Dhu: W. Reeves
Alexander Saunderson: Daly
Colonel Talbot: Smith
Bean Leon: Salter
Ebenezer Crickshanks: Jervis
Serjeant Haughton: Sanders
Donald: Payne
Malcolm: Dennis
Dugal: Gay
cattle stealers, soldiers, Highlanders: Unlisted
Flora Mac Ivor: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Rose Bradwardine: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Nosebag: John Reeve
Mrs. Macleary: Mrs. Daly
Moggy Muirtop: Mrs. Dennis
villagers, dancers, Highland ladies: Unlisted

2)  The Gipsy Daughter (2)

Performances:  First 16 March 1824; Previous 16 March 1824; Next 23 March 1824

3)  The Death of Life in London; or, Tom and Jerry's Funeral (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here

Author: [Thomas L. Greenwood]

Performances:  First 22 March 1824; Next 25 March 1824

Genre:  (Burlesque) satirical, burlesque, operatic parody

First Night Cast:

(surviving heroes and heroines)
      Robert Logic, Esq.: [James P.] Wilkinson
      Old Hawthorn: Meredith
      James (valet to Tom): [Unknown]
      Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
      Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
      African Sal: Sanders
      Little Jemmy: Cooper
      Scragg, the butcher: J[ohn] Reeve
      Constable of the Night: [John] Reeve
      English Charley: Proud
      Irish Charley: W. Reeves
      Corinthian Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
      Sue: Miss Pitt
      Fanny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
      Mary Rosebud: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
(shades of departed heroes)
      ghost of Corinthian Tom: Chapman
      ghost of Jerry: Watkins Burroughs

Cast Commentary

Dance

Spectacle


23 March 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Benefit: R. Dennis, machinist

1)  Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since (10)

Performances:  First 8 March 1824; Previous 22 March 1824; Next 25 March 1824

Cast:

Baron of Bradwardine: Meredith
Captain Waverly: Chapman
Fergus Mac Ivor: Watkins Burroughs
Laird of Balmawhapple: Brown
Bailie Macwheeble: Proud
Davie Gellettley: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Evan Dhu: W. Reeves
Alexander Saunderson: Daly
Colonel Talbot: Smith
Bean Leon: Salter
Ebenezer Crickshanks: Jervis
Serjeant Haughton: Sanders
Donald: Payne
Malcolm: Dennis
Dugal: Gay
cattle stealers, soldiers, Highlanders: Unlisted
Flora Mac Ivor: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Rose Bradwardine: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Nosebag: John Reeve
Mrs. Macleary: Mrs. Daly
Moggy Muirtop: Mrs. Dennis
villagers, dancers, Highland ladies: Unlisted

2)  Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters (9)

Performances:  First 13 October 1823; Previous 20 March 1824

Cast:

Monsieur Kick de Moon: Daly
Monsieur Pirouette: St. Albin
Mr. Shuffleshoe: W[illiam] Kirby
Ralph Homespun: [William H.] Walbourn
Dame Homespun: Cooper
Jane: Mlle. Maria
Rosa: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
pupils:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson
      Miss A. Carr
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Giles
      Miss Brown
      Miss Gaskin
      Miss Ireland

3)  The Gipsy Daughter (3)

Performances:  First 16 March 1824; Previous 22 March 1824


24 March 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 March 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


25 March 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1824
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Red Indian; or, The Shipwrecked Mariner and His Faithful Dogs (1)

Title Comment:  features H. Simpson's dogs

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 25 March 1824

Genre:  (Canine drama) entirely new interesting ballet of action

First Night Cast:

(English)
      Captain Moreton (the shipwrecked mariner): Jervis
      Bertha (his wife): Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
      Henry (their son): Miss Chivers
      Jack Rattlin: Smith
      Tom Pipes: Chapman
      Tom Tackle: [William H.] Walbourn
      Bill Bobstay: Buxton
(Indians)
      Pattiparoah (the treacherous Indian): H. Simpson
      torembo: Sanders
      Kankoah: Miller
      Maradoah: Phillips
      Chiloah: Gay
indians, sailors: Unlisted

Cast Commentary

Song

Dance

2)  Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since (11)

Performances:  First 8 March 1824; Previous 23 March 1824; Next 27 March 1824

Cast:

Baron of Bradwardine: Meredith
Captain Waverly: Chapman
Fergus Mac Ivor: Watkins Burroughs
Laird of Balmawhapple: Brown
Bailie Macwheeble: Proud
Davie Gellettley: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Evan Dhu: W. Reeves
Alexander Saunderson: Daly
Colonel Talbot: Smith
Bean Leon: Salter
Ebenezer Crickshanks: Jervis
Serjeant Haughton: Sanders
Donald: Payne
Malcolm: Dennis
Dugal: Gay
cattle stealers, soldiers, Highlanders: Unlisted
Flora Mac Ivor: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Rose Bradwardine: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Nosebag: John Reeve
Mrs. Macleary: Mrs. Daly
Moggy Muirtop: Mrs. Dennis
villagers, dancers, Highland ladies: Unlisted

3)  The Death of Life in London; or, Tom and Jerry's Funeral (2)

Performances:  First 22 March 1824; Previous 22 March 1824

Cast:

Robert Logic, Esq.: [James P.] Wilkinson
Old Hawthorn: Meredith
James: [Unknown]
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: J[ames] Kirby
African Sal: Sanders
Little Jemmy: Cooper
Scragg, the butcher: John Reeve
Constable of the Night: John Reeve
English Charley: Proud
Irish Charley: W. Reeves
Corinthian Kate: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Sue: Miss Pitt
Fanny: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mary Rosebud: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
ghost of Corinthian Tom: Chapman
ghost of Jerry: Watkins Burroughs

General, Song

General, Song Commentary


26 March 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 March 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


27 March 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 March 1824
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since (12)

Performances:  First 8 March 1824; Previous 25 March 1824

Cast:

Baron of Bradwardine: Meredith
Captain Waverly: Chapman
Fergus Mac Ivor: Watkins Burroughs
Laird of Balmawhapple: Brown
Bailie Macwheeble: Proud
Davie Gellettley: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Evan Dhu: W. Reeves
Alexander Saunderson: Daly
Colonel Talbot: Smith
Bean Leon: Salter
Ebenezer Crickshanks: Jervis
Serjeant Haughton: Sanders
Donald: Payne
Malcolm: Dennis
Dugal: Gay
cattle stealers, soldiers, Highlanders: Unlisted
Flora Mac Ivor: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Rose Bradwardine: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Mrs. Nosebag: John Reeve
Mrs. Macleary: Mrs. Daly
Moggy Muirtop: Mrs. Dennis
villagers, dancers, Highland ladies: Unlisted

2)  St. Ronan's Well (24)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 14 February 1824; Next 6 April 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

29 March 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 March 1824
advertisement
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Benefit: Russell & Miss L. Hammersley

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

Title Comment:  1st time these two years

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 29 March 1824; Next 3 April 1824

Genre:  (Burletta) favourite burletta

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (41)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 13 March 1824; Next 5 April 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

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

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 29 March 1824

Genre:  (Burletta) admired burletta

Title: General Commentary


30 March 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 March 1824
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (9)

Title Comment:  advertised under subtitle only

Performances:  First 1 March 1824; Previous 13 March 1824

Cast:

principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      W[illiam] Kirby
      [William H.] Walbourn
      Cooper
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle

2)  Valentine and Orson [; or, The Wild Man of the Woods] (1)

Title Comment:  One scene only; there was a similarly titled and shortened piece played on March 22, 1827

Author: [Thomas J. Dibdin?]

Performances:  First 30 March 1824

Genre:  (Spectacular drama)

Title: General Commentary

3)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (38)

Title Comment:  by particular desire

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 7 February 1824; Next 1 April 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
chorus of demons:
      Moore
      Proud
      Cahill
      Padbury
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
bearers of the jewel banners:
      Glover
      Shepperd
love step bearers:
      "Comequick"
      "Highminded"
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay

31 March 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 March 1824
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


1 April 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 April 1824
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: J. Shaw

1)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (16)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 20 March 1824; Next 10 April 1824

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
Miss Amelia Money: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Cast Changes:

OMITS  constables: Padbury
  constables: [William R.?] Rignold

2)  Dancing Mad (7)

Title Comment:  here titled as Dansomanie

Performances:  First 6 October 1823; Previous 11 October 1823

Cast:

Mr. Duleger: Daly
Castanet: Master Kirby
Col. Demistep: J[ohn] Jones
Flicflac: Gouriet
Etiquette: [Richard] Flexmore
Chassez: W[illiam] Kirby
Tropetit: Cooper
village bridegroom: Gay
Mrs. Duleger: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Phrosine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Rosette: Miss Barnet
village bride: Mrs. Gay
villagers, servants:
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Forster
      J. Thomas
      Wilson

Cast Changes:

BUT  Castanet: Master Kirby (replaces Miss Chivers)
  Col. Demistep: J[ohn] Jones (replaces St. Albin)
  Etiquette: [Richard] Flexmore (replaces [William H.] Walbourn)
  Flicflac: Gouriet (replaces Payne)
  Rosette: Miss Barnet (replaces Mlle. Maria)
OMITS  villagers, servants: Miss Brown
  villagers, servants: Miss Carr
  villagers, servants: Miss Casciana
  villagers, servants: Miss Gaskin
  villagers, servants: Miss Giles
  villagers, servants: Miss Ireland

Dance

Dance Commentary

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

Title Comment:  advertised under subtitle

Performances:  First 16 March 1824; Previous 16 March 1824; Next 3 April 1824

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Benjamin] Wrench
      Watkins Burroughs
      Dennis
      Miller
      Miss E[liza] Pitt
      Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

4)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (39)

Title Comment:  double company this nt: 2 Harlequins, 2 Pantaloons, 2 clowns, 2 Columbines

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 30 March 1824; Next 3 April 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay
2d Pantaloon: [Thomas J.] Blanchard
2d Harlequin: Goll
2d Clown: Southby
2d Columbine: Miss Adcock

Cast Changes:

ADDS  2d Clown: Southby
  2d Columbine: Miss Adcock
  2d Harlequin: Goll
  2d Pantaloon: [Thomas J.] Blanchard
OMITS  bearers of the jewel banners: Glover
  bearers of the jewel banners: Shepperd
  chorus of demons: Cahill
  chorus of demons: Moore
  chorus of demons: Padbury
  chorus of demons: Proud
  love step bearers: "Comequick"
  love step bearers: "Highminded"
  milliner: "Mrs. Buckram"

Cast Commentary

Dance

Entertainment

General, Song

General, Dance

General, Dance Commentary


2 April 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 April 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


3 April 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 April 1824
advertisement
The London Times

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

Performances:  First 29 March 1824; Previous 29 March 1824; Next 10 April 1824

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1824; Previous 1 April 1824; Next 5 April 1824

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Benjamin] Wrench
      Watkins Burroughs
      Dennis
      Miller
      Miss E[liza] Pitt
      Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

3)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (40)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 1 April 1824; Next 6 April 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay
2d Pantaloon: [Thomas J.] Blanchard
2d Harlequin: Goll
2d Clown: Southby
2d Columbine: Miss Adcock

5 April 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 April 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Benefit: Lee (stage manager)

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (7)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 25 October 1823; Next 8 April 1824

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: Meredith
Courtall: Elliott
Capt. Melford: Chapman
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Lee
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Daly
Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. Wilkins
Julia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Jenny: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1824; Previous 3 April 1824; Next 10 April 1824

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Benjamin] Wrench
      Watkins Burroughs
      Dennis
      Miller
      Miss E[liza] Pitt
      Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

3)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (42)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 29 March 1824; Next 8 April 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

6 April 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 April 1824
announcement
Theatrical Observer

Benefit: Callan, Box Bookkeeper

1)  St. Ronan's Well (25)

Performances:  First 19 January 1824; Previous 27 March 1824

Cast:

Lord Etherington: [Tyrone] Power
Tyrrell: Watkins Burroughs
Sir Bingo Binks: Salter
Mowbray of St. Ronan's: Elliott
Capt. Jekyl: Chapman
Captain Hector O'Turk: Lee
Mr. Quackleben: Proud
Mr. Micclewhame: Daly
Mr. Winterblossom: W. Reeves
Mr. Bindloose: Meredith
Mr. Touchwood: [James P.] Wilkinson
Patrick: Gay
Anthony: Cooper
Solmes: Phillips
servant: Miller
Lady Penelope Penfeather: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Lady Binks: Miss Brown
Clara Mowbray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Miss Digges: Miss Carr
Mrs. Dodds: Mrs. Daly
Kesic Chambermaid: Miss Casciana
Jenny Anderson: Miss Vidall

2)  Apollo Daggerwood (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 6 April 1824; Next 8 April 1824

Genre:  (Burletta) burletta; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Apollo Daggerwood (son of the great Sylvester Daggerwood): J[ohn] Reeve
Old Fickle: Daly
Mumble: Meredith
John: Payne
Laura: [Unknown]
Mrs. Clatter: Mrs. Dennis

Cast Commentary

Entertainment

3)  Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (41)

Performances:  First 26 December 1823; Previous 3 April 1824

Cast:

Doctor Faustus: Elliott
Pantaloon: Jonas
Long Chow Chot afterwards Clown: J[ames] Kirby
The Black Demon: Smith
Mephostophiles: Master Phillips
Ringfangfunnibus: J. Shaw
Ortangus afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
high priest of the golden altar: W. Reeves
attendants on the high priest:
      Wallace
      Rumble
Ringtanghunnibus: Cooper
Alzala afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
grotesque procession of courtiers:
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Phillips
      Miller
      Payne
      Forster
ladies of the court:
      Miss Gay
      Miss Brown
      Miss Giles
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Arnold
      Miss Gaskin
Silverspray: Miss Chivers
Silverspray's six attendant fairies:
      Miss Walbourn
      Miss Billings
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Wilkinson
      Miss Blair
      Miss Bloomfield
Scull: "Wright"
Oar: "Fearless"
Stern: "Gunner"
Stem: "Steerwell"
Search'em: "Wake"
Graball: "Fly"
baby: "Master Smallboy"
fishwoman: Mrs. Dennis
landlady: Miller
lover: Sanders
black boy: "Master White"
Mr. Goodluck: Phillips
glover: Payne
baker: "Dough"
man with lottery board: Cahill
clerk of lottery office: Wallace
butcher: [William R.?] Rignold
greenwoman: Miss Ireland
shopman: "Totter"
dandy: Shaw
customer: Miss Casciana
Alderman Gobblegoose: J. Cooper
John: "Sad"
pudding man: "Humble"
painter: "Less"
Lady Gobblegoose: "Mrs. Pleasure"
Dolly: Miss Brown
laundry maid: Miss Carr
cook: Dennis
waiter[1]: Miller
flying pieman: Smith
military officer: "Bragg"
grocer: "Fig"
waiter[2]: "Cumming"
Mud: "Thick"
Slush: "Thin"
officer's lady: "Miss Stiff"
Alderman Butbelly: Gay
2d Pantaloon: [Thomas J.] Blanchard
2d Harlequin: Goll
2d Clown: Southby
2d Columbine: Miss Adcock

General, Song

General, Song Commentary

General, Dance

General, Dance Commentary


7 April 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 April 1824
playbill
British Library

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


8 April 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 April 1824
playbill
British Library

Benefit: John Reeve

1)  Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (8)

Performances:  First 20 October 1823; Previous 5 April 1824

Cast:

Mr. Rhubarb: Meredith
Courtall: Elliott
Capt. Melford: Chapman
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Lee
Sammy: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Strap'em: Daly
Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Julia: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Jenny: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Rhubarb: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker (replaces Mrs. Wilkins)

Song

Song Commentary

2)  Apollo Daggerwood (2)

Performances:  First 6 April 1824; Previous 6 April 1824

Cast:

Apollo Daggerwood: John Reeve
Old Fickle: Daly
Mumble: Meredith
John: Payne
Laura: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Clatter: Mrs. Dennis

Cast Changes:

BUT  Laura: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker (replaces [Unknown])

3)  The Quadrupeds; or, The Manager's Last Kick (43)

Performances:  First 24 November 1823; Previous 5 April 1824

Cast:

Drill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Zigzag: Daly
Echo: Jervis
Whistle: Payne
Tap: S[tephen?] Smith
Pucker: Phillips
Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Benardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Proud
Christophorides: W. Reeves
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Tinderella: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly
infantry of the Flints:
      Forster
      Miller
      J. Thomas
      Rose
      Rumble
cavalry of the Flints:
      Brown
      Elliott
      Sanders
      Payne
      W. Reeves
      Proud
      Cahill
infantry of the Dungs:
      Shaw
      Buxton
      Padbury
      Moore
      Glover
      Wallace
      Shepperd
cavalry of the Dungs:
      Salter
      Smith
      Cooper
      Gay
      [William R.?] Rignold
      Dennis
      Phillips

Title: General Commentary


9 April 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 April 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


10 April 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 April 1824
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (17)

Performances:  First 10 November 1823; Previous 1 April 1824

Cast:

'Squire Money: Meredith
Jack Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Junius Popwell: John Reeve
Johnny Stargaze: [James P.] Wilkinson
Dodge: W. Reeves
Grab: Gay
Ferret: Smith
Holdfast: Proud
Tongue: Sanders
Stiff: Cooper
Miss Amelia Money: Miss E[liza] Pitt
Susan Kitchener: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

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

Performances:  First 29 March 1824; Previous 3 April 1824

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1824; Previous 5 April 1824

Cast:

principal characters:
      [Benjamin] Wrench
      Watkins Burroughs
      Dennis
      Miller
      Miss E[liza] Pitt
      Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker

General, Advertisement

General, Commentary


12 April 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 April 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


13 April 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 April 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


14 April 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 April 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


15 April 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 April 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


16 April 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Good Friday


17 April 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 April 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


19 April 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 April 1824
playbill
British Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


20 April 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 April 1824
playbill
British Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


22 April 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
19 April 1824
playbill
British Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


24 April 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 April 1824
playbill
British Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


26 April 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 April 1824
playbill
British Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


27 April 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 April 1824
playbill
British Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


29 April 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 April 1824
playbill
British Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


1 May 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 April 1824
playbill
British Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


3 May 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 May 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


4 May 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


5 May 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 May 1824
playbill
Lilly Library, Indiana University

Post Season Entertainment: John Thelwall's Oratorical Lectures


6 May 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 May 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


7 May 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 May 1824
playbill
British Library

Post Season Entertainment: John Thelwall's Oratorical Lectures


8 May 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 May 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


10 May 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 May 1824
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


11 May 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 May 1824
advertisement
The London Times

Benefit: Lee

1)  Love in a Village (1)

Title Comment:  There is nothing to suggest this was Bickerstaffe's play; in the summer 1810 season there was a comic dance choreographed by john Bologna entitled Love in a Village; or, The Blue Coat Boy

Author: [Isaac Bickerstaffe?]

Performances:  First 11 May 1824

Genre:  (Comic opera)

2)  The Actress of All Work; or, My Country Cousin (1)

Author: [William H. Oxberry]

Performances:  First 11 May 1824

Genre:  (Farce)

Title: General Commentary

General, Entertainment


12 May 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 May 1824
playbill
British Library

Post Season Entertainment: John Thelwall's Oratorical Lectures


13 May 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 May 1824
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


15 May 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 May 1824
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


17 May 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 May 1824
playbill
New York Public Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


19 May 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 May 1824
playbill
New York Public Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


21 May 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
21 May 1824
playbill
New York Public Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


24 May 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 May 1824
playbill
New York Public Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


26 May 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 May 1824
playbill
New York Public Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


28 May 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 May 1824
playbill
New York Public Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


31 May 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
31 May 1824
playbill
British Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


2 June 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 May 1824
playbill
British Library

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


5 June 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 June 1824
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Post Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


21 June 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 June 1824
playbill
British Library

Charity: In aid of the Sons of St. Andrew for helping the distressed and afflicted

1)  Ella Rosenberg (1)

Author: [James Kenney]

Performances:  First 21 June 1824

Genre:  (Melodrama) melo drama

First Night Cast:

The Elector: Gahagan
Colonel Mountford: Hill (of TR Windsor)
Rosenberg: R. Wallis
Storm: Meredith
Flutterman: E. Barnes
Commander of the Guard: James
Conrad: Smith
Stephen: Cooke
messenger: Evans
peasants, pursuers: Unlisted
Ella Rosenberg: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Christina: Miss Arnold (2nd app [?in this role])
Mrs. Flutterman: Mrs. Tomlinson

2)  Two Wives; or, The Wedding Day (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 21 June 1824

Genre:  (Farce)

First Night Cast:

Sir Adam Contest: Lee
Mr. Contest: R. Wallis
Lord Rakeland: Barry
Mr. Milden: French
John: [James] Wade
William: Anson
Lady Contest: Mrs. [Charles W.] Baker
Mrs. Hamford: Mrs. Tomlinson
Hannah: Miss Carr

Cast Commentary

3)  Where Shall I Dine? (1)

Author: [George H. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 21 June 1824

Genre:  (Farce) farcetta

First Night Cast:

Sponge: Wright
Mr. Grumpy: Daly
Mr. Discount: Williamson
Mr. Homely: Gahagan
Squire Flint: Smith
Fawnwell: Cooke
Diggery: E. Barnes
surgeons:
      James
      J. Thomas
bailiffs:
      Cooke
      Hait
Mrs. Grumpy: Mrs. Daly
Dorothea Grumpy: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Discount: Miss Grant
Deborah: Mrs. Tomlinson
cook: Miss Carr

Cast Commentary

Song

Song Commentary

Dance

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

6 Oct 1823 - 21 Jun 1824; 192 performances: 192 evening

Benefit (10):Callan, Box Bookkeeper (6 Apr 1824)
J. Shaw (1 Apr 1824)
John Reeve (8 Apr 1824)
Lee (stage manager) (5 Apr 1824)
Lee (11 May 1824)
Mrs. Baker (16 Mar 1824)
Mrs. Waylett (15 Mar 1824)
R. Dennis, machinist (23 Mar 1824)
Russell & Miss L. Hammersley (29 Mar 1824)
Wilkinson (22 Mar 1824)
Charity (1):In aid of the Sons of St. Andrew for helping the distressed and afflicted (21 Jun 1824)
Dark (5):Ash Wednesday (3 Mar 1824)
Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1823)
Christmas (25 Dec 1823)
Good Friday (16 Apr 1824)
Martyr's Day (30 Jan 1824)
Lent (16):Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations (5 Mar 1824, 10 Mar 1824, 12 Mar 1824, 17 Mar 1824, 19 Mar 1824, 24 Mar 1824, 26 Mar 1824, 31 Mar 1824, 2 Apr 1824, 7 Apr 1824, 9 Apr 1824, 12 Apr 1824, 13 Apr 1824, 14 Apr 1824, 15 Apr 1824, 17 Apr 1824)
Post Lent (24):Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations (19 Apr 1824, 20 Apr 1824, 22 Apr 1824, 24 Apr 1824, 26 Apr 1824, 27 Apr 1824, 29 Apr 1824, 1 May 1824, 3 May 1824, 4 May 1824, 6 May 1824, 8 May 1824, 10 May 1824, 13 May 1824, 15 May 1824, 17 May 1824, 19 May 1824, 21 May 1824, 24 May 1824, 26 May 1824, 28 May 1824, 31 May 1824, 2 Jun 1824, 5 Jun 1824)
Post Season Entertainment (3):John Thelwall's Oratorical Lectures (5 May 1824, 7 May 1824, 12 May 1824)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Jones, Willis
Rodwell, James T.
Stage directors:Lee
Stage managers:Lee
Stage managers (assistant):Jervis
Orchestra conductors and leaders:Parnell, Michael
Ballet masters and mistresses:St. Albin
Musical composers and arrangers:Herbert, George B.
Box bookkeepers:Callan
Scene painters:Franklin
Stage mechanics:Dennis, R.
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Godbee
Godbee, Miss
Printers:Gold and Walton, 24 Wardour Street, Oxford Street (contractor)
W. Glindon, Rupert Street, Haymarket (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

Arnold, Samuel J. Quadrupeds, The; or, The Manager's Last Kick (24 Nov 1823)
Bickerstaffe, Isaac Love in a Village (11 May 1824)
Dibdin, Thomas J. Heart of Midlothian, The; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's (5 Jan 1824)
Tom Jones; or, The Foundling (9 Feb 1824)
Valentine and Orson; or, The Wild Man of the Woods (30 Mar 1824)
Fitzball, Edward Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since (8 Mar 1824)
Greenwood, Thomas L. Death of Life in London, The; or, Tom and Jerry's Funeral (22 Mar 1824)
Herbert, George B. Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (26 Dec 1823)
Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since (8 Mar 1824)
Jones, John Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (1 Mar 1824)
Kenney, James Ella Rosenberg (21 Jun 1824)
Maddison, George W. Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (29 Mar 1824)
Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (27 Oct 1823)
Moncrieff, William T. Cupboard and the Cabinet, The; or, The Original Fish Out of Water (6 Nov 1823)
Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (23 Feb 1824)
Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (27 Oct 1823)
O'Callaghan, P. P. Married Bachelor, The; or, Master and Man (16 Mar 1824)
Oxberry, William H. Actress of All Work, The; or, My Country Cousin (11 May 1824)
Peake, Richard B. Another Piece of Presumption (20 Oct 1823)
Planché, James R. Capers at Canterbury (13 Oct 1823)
Deuce Is in Her, The; or, Two Nights in Madrid (29 Mar 1824)
St. Ronan's Well (19 Jan 1824)
Rhodes, William B. Bombastes Furioso (30 Oct 1823)
Rodwell, George H. Matter of Doubt, A; or, Seven Years Since (6 Oct 1823)
Where Shall I Dine? (21 Jun 1824)
Rodwell, James T. Fun and Fright; or, How to Gain Consent (3 Nov 1823)
No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (13 Oct 1823)
St. Albin Amour, L'; or, Wine No Poison (20 Oct 1823)
Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters (13 Oct 1823)
Unknown Apollo Daggerwood (6 Apr 1824)
Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite (29 Mar 1824)
Dancing Mad (6 Oct 1823)
Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto (26 Dec 1823)
Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid (10 Nov 1823)
Gipsy Daughter, The (16 Mar 1824)
Lovers of All Sorts; or, Not Such a Fool As He Looks (20 Oct 1823)
Man and Wife; or, Love in a Prison (15 Mar 1824)
Prince and the Player, The; or, A Trifling Mistake (6 Oct 1823)
Red Indian, The; or, The Shipwrecked Mariner and His Faithful Dogs (25 Mar 1824)
Two Wives; or, The Wedding Day (21 Jun 1824)
Waggeries in Wapping; or, King Charles's Merry Days (1 Mar 1824)

Music Composers/Pieces

Unlisted Grand pas deux (6 Oct 1823)

Song Composers/Pieces

Bishop, Henry R. Home, Sweet Home (8 Apr 1824)
Tell Me, My Heart (8 Apr 1824)
Payne, John H. Home, Sweet Home (8 Apr 1824)
Unlisted Comic song (21 Jun 1824)
Death of Nelson, The (21 Jun 1824)
From Somerset Arriving (9 Feb 1824)
Mocking Bird, The (9 Feb 1824)
To Changeful Man's Delusive Arts (9 Feb 1824)
What is Love? An April Morn (9 Feb 1824)
When Living with My Mam and Dad (9 Feb 1824)

Choreographers/Pieces

Herbert, George B. Pastoral pas deux (6 Oct 1823)
Skipping rope dance (6 Oct 1823)
Unlisted Chinese extravaganza (6 Oct 1823)
Comic dance (6 Oct 1823)
Dance finale (6 Oct 1823)
Favorite dance (22 Mar 1824)
Grand pas deux (6 Oct 1823)
Harlequin and the Statue (21 Jun 1824)
New pas seul (8 Mar 1824)
Original pas de deux (1 Apr 1824)
Pas de deux (6 Oct 1823)
Pas seul (6 Oct 1823)
Scotch minuet (21 Jun 1824)
Tea kettle duet (1 Apr 1824)
Turkish pas seul (6 Oct 1823)

Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted grand Highland banquet and ballet, A (8 Mar 1824)
Imitations and impersonations (6 Apr 1824)
Voyage in invented balloon (1 Apr 1824)

Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted Allegorical representation of Neptune presenting the Crown of the Ocean to Britannia. At the feet of Britannia, the British Lion is seen growling and trampling on turbans, chains, fetters, and other symbols of slavery, while Fame is seen hovering above, sounding her trumpet in praise of this last and glorious act of British Bravery (26 Dec 1823)
Battle of the Balcony (24 Nov 1823)
Battle of the Inn at Upton, The (9 Feb 1824)
Cataract of the staircase (24 Nov 1823)
Funeral procession (22 Mar 1824)
Procession of Fergus MacIvor to the place of execution (8 Mar 1824)
quarrel and fight at the Clachan of Maclearie! The (8 Mar 1824)
Symptoms of death (24 Nov 1823)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Franklin Deck of the Queen Charlotte, man of war (26 Dec 1823)
Magician's study, with distant view by moonlight (26 Dec 1823)
Silver palace of the Golden Isles (26 Dec 1823)
Unlisted Title # 023 (26 Dec 1823)
Kirby, James Basaltic cave and poison spring (26 Dec 1823)
Coral grotto of the seven fairies (26 Dec 1823)
Interior of Jonathan Warren's blacking warehouse, Hungerford Stairs (26 Dec 1823)
Kitchen of the Saracen's Head (26 Dec 1823)
Morris Grey valley by moonlight (26 Dec 1823)
Kennington Common (26 Dec 1823)
Pastry cook's shop, Birch's, Cornhill (26 Dec 1823)
Richardson and Goodluck's Lottery Office (26 Dec 1823)
Saracen's Head, Aldgate (26 Dec 1823)
Sparrow's tea warehouse (26 Dec 1823)
Toy shop and optician's (26 Dec 1823)
View of the new Chain Pier by moonlight (26 Dec 1823)
Unattributed Abrahamides' apartment (24 Nov 1823)
Club room, a (24 Nov 1823)
Covent Garden Market (24 Nov 1823)
Francisco's apartment repeated (24 Nov 1823)
Francisco's chamber (24 Nov 1823)
Francisco's dwelling (24 Nov 1823)
Interior of a lodging house (26 Dec 1823)
Life in a lark (27 Oct 1823)
Life in a mask (27 Oct 1823)
Life in a nonplus (27 Oct 1823)
Life in a row (27 Oct 1823)
Life in Bond Street (27 Oct 1823)
Life in fancy (27 Oct 1823)
Life in Hell (27 Oct 1823)
Life in limbo (27 Oct 1823)
Life in love (27 Oct 1823)
Life in rags (27 Oct 1823)
Life in Saint Dunstan's (27 Oct 1823)
Life in St. James's (27 Oct 1823)
Life in the country (27 Oct 1823)
Life in the dark (27 Oct 1823)
Life in the east (27 Oct 1823)
Life in the stars (27 Oct 1823)
Life in the west (27 Oct 1823)
Life in training (27 Oct 1823)
Life on foot (27 Oct 1823)
Life on horseback (27 Oct 1823)
Manager's room (24 Nov 1823)
Tailor's workshop (24 Nov 1823)
Wilson Grand marine moving panorama of the bombardment of Algiers (26 Dec 1823)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

Actress of All Work, The; or, My Country Cousin

(Farce by Oxberry, William H. (Author) (1 Performances, 11 May 1824)

Summary Cast:

Amour, L'; or, Wine No Poison

(Ballet by St. Albin (Choreographer) (12 Performances, 20 Oct 1823 - 28 Feb 1824)

Summary Cast:

*  Another Piece of Presumption

(Burlesque by Peake, Richard B. (Author) (9 Performances, 20 Oct 1823 - 29 Oct 1823)

Summary Cast:

Apollo Daggerwood

(Burletta, 1 act) by Unknown (Author) (2 Performances, 6 Apr 1824 - 8 Apr 1824)

Summary Cast:

Bombastes Furioso

(Burlesque by Rhodes, William B. (Author) (3 Performances, 30 Oct 1823 - 1 Nov 1823)

Summary Cast:

Bruno; or, The Sultan's Favourite

(Burletta by Unknown (Author) (1 Performances, 29 Mar 1824)

Summary Cast:

Capers at Canterbury

(Farce, 3 acts) by Planché, James R. (Author) (6 Performances, 13 Oct 1823 - 18 Oct 1823)

Summary Cast:

Cupboard and the Cabinet, The; or, The Original Fish Out of Water

(Farce by Moncrieff, William T. (Author) (3 Performances, 6 Nov 1823 - 8 Nov 1823)

Summary Cast:

Dancing Mad

(Ballet, 2 acts) by Unknown (Author) (7 Performances, 6 Oct 1823 - 1 Apr 1824)

Summary Cast:

Death of Life in London, The; or, Tom and Jerry's Funeral

(Burlesque by Greenwood, Thomas L. (Author) (2 Performances, 22 Mar 1824 - 25 Mar 1824)

Summary Cast:

Deuce Is in Her, The; or, Two Nights in Madrid

(Burletta by Planché, James R. (Author) (3 Performances, 29 Mar 1824 - 10 Apr 1824)

Summary Cast:

Doctor Faustus and the Black Demon; or, Harlequin and the Seven Fairies of the Grotto

(Pantomime, 14 scenes; 15 scenes; 17 scenes) by Unknown (Author); Herbert, George B. (Composer) (41 Performances, 26 Dec 1823 - 6 Apr 1824)

Summary Cast:

Down the Area; or, Mistress and Maid

(Farce by Unknown (Author) (17 Performances, 10 Nov 1823 - 10 Apr 1824)

Summary Cast:

Ella Rosenberg

(Melodrama by Kenney, James (Author) (1 Performances, 21 Jun 1824)

Summary Cast:

Fun and Fright; or, How to Gain Consent

(Farce by Rodwell, James T. (Author) (3 Performances, 3 Nov 1823 - 5 Nov 1823)

Summary Cast:

Gipsy Daughter, The

(Burletta by Unknown (Author) (3 Performances, 16 Mar 1824 - 23 Mar 1824)

Summary Cast:

Heart of Midlothian, The; or, The Lily of St. Leonard's

(Melodrama by Dibdin, Thomas J. (Author) (18 Performances, 5 Jan 1824 - 21 Feb 1824)

Summary Cast:

Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist

(Ballet by Jones, John (Choreographer) (9 Performances, 1 Mar 1824 - 30 Mar 1824)

Summary Cast:

Love in a Village

(Comic opera by Bickerstaffe, Isaac (Author) (1 Performances, 11 May 1824)

Summary Cast:

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

(Farce by Unknown (Author); Herbert, George B. (Composer) (8 Performances, 20 Oct 1823 - 8 Apr 1824)

Summary Cast:

Man and Wife; or, Love in a Prison

(Farce by Unknown (Author) (1 Performances, 15 Mar 1824)

Summary Cast:

Married Bachelor, The; or, Master and Man

(Burletta by O'Callaghan, P. P. (Author) (5 Performances, 16 Mar 1824 - 10 Apr 1824)

Summary Cast:

*  Matter of Doubt, A; or, Seven Years Since

(Farce by Rodwell, George H. (Author) (24 Performances, 6 Oct 1823 - 3 Jan 1824)

Summary Cast:

No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town

(Farce by Rodwell, James T. (Author) (6 Performances, 13 Oct 1823 - 18 Oct 1823)

Summary Cast:

Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters

(Ballet by St. Albin (Choreographer) (9 Performances, 13 Oct 1823 - 23 Mar 1824)

Summary Cast:

*  Prince and the Player, The; or, A Trifling Mistake

(Burletta, 3 acts) by Unknown (Author) (6 Performances, 6 Oct 1823 - 11 Oct 1823)

Summary Cast:

Quadrupeds, The; or, The Manager's Last Kick

(Burlesque, 8 scenes) by Arnold, Samuel J. (Author) (43 Performances, 24 Nov 1823 - 8 Apr 1824)

Summary Cast:

Red Indian, The; or, The Shipwrecked Mariner and His Faithful Dogs

(Canine drama by Unknown (Author) (1 Performances, 25 Mar 1824)

Summary Cast:

*  St. Ronan's Well

(Melodrama by Planché, James R. (Author) (25 Performances, 19 Jan 1824 - 6 Apr 1824)

Summary Cast:

Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva

(Burlesque by Moncrieff, William T. (Author) (6 Performances, 23 Feb 1824 - 28 Feb 1824)

Summary Cast:

Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London

(Burletta, 3 acts, 20 scenes) by Moncrieff, William T. (Author) (52 Performances, 27 Oct 1823 - 27 Dec 1823)

Summary Cast:

*  Tom Jones; or, The Foundling

(Farce by Dibdin, Thomas J. (Author) (18 Performances, 9 Feb 1824 - 28 Feb 1824)

Summary Cast:

Two Wives; or, The Wedding Day

(Farce by Unknown (Author) (1 Performances, 21 Jun 1824)

Summary Cast:

Valentine and Orson; or, The Wild Man of the Woods

(Spectacular drama by Dibdin, Thomas J. (Author) (1 Performances, 30 Mar 1824)

Summary Cast:

Waggeries in Wapping; or, King Charles's Merry Days

(Burletta by Unknown (Author) (4 Performances, 1 Mar 1824 - 6 Mar 1824)

Summary Cast:

Waverly; or, Sixty Years Since

(Melodrama, 3 acts) by Fitzball, Edward (Author); Herbert, George B. (Composer) (12 Performances, 8 Mar 1824 - 27 Mar 1824)

Summary Cast:

Where Shall I Dine?

(Farce by Rodwell, George H. (Author) (1 Performances, 21 Jun 1824)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Anson

Barnes, E.

Barry

Bellam, Master

Bishop

Blanchard, Thomas J.

Brady

Brown

Brown, W.

Buckingham, Thomas

Burroughs, Watkins

Buxton

Cahill

Champion

Chapman

Chapman, F.

Cooke

Cooper

Cooper, J.

Couch, Master

Daly

Dennis

Elliott

Evans

Flexmore, Richard

Forster

French

Gahagan

Gay

Glover

Goll

Gouriet

Hait

Hart

Hill

James

Jervis

Jonas

Jones, John

Kirby, Master

Kirby, James

Kirby, William

Lee

Martin

Meredith

Miller

Moore

Padbury

Payne

Phillips

Phillips, Master

Power, Tyrone

Proud

Reeve, John

Reeves, W.

Rignold, William R.

Rose

Rumble

St. Albin

Salter

Sanders

Sanders, J.

Shaw

Shaw, J.

Shepperd

Simpson, H.

Smith

Smith, Stephen

Southby

Spellers

Thomas, J.

Unknown

Unlisted

Wade, James

Walbourn, Master

Walbourn, William H.

Wallace

Wallis

Wallis, R.

Wilkinson, James P.

Williamson

Wilson

Wrench, Benjamin

Wright

Actresses

Adcock, Miss

Arnold, Miss

Baker, Mrs. Charles W.

Barnet, Miss

Billings, Miss

Blair, Miss

Bloomfield, Miss

Brown, Miss

Bryan, Mrs. Charlotte

Carr, Miss

Carr, Miss A.

Casciana, Miss

Chivers, Miss

Daly, Miss

Daly, Mrs.

Dennis, Mrs.

Gaskin, Miss

Gay, Miss

Gay, Mrs.

Giles, Miss

Grant, Miss

Hammersley, Miss L.

Hammersley, Miss Miriam

Hill, Miss

Ireland, Miss

Kirby, Miss

Maria, Mlle.

Phillips, Miss

Pitt, Miss

Pitt, Miss Eliza

Searle, Mrs. Caroline

Tomlinson, Mrs.

Vidall, Miss

Walbourn, Miss

Waylett, Mrs. Harriett

Wilkins, Mrs.

Wilkinson, Miss

Dancers

Barnet, Miss

Blanchard, Thomas J.

Caffery, Miss

Chivers, Master

Chivers, Miss

Couch, Master

Daly, Miss

Flexmore, Richard

Hill, Miss

Jonas

Jones, John

Kirby, Master

Kirby, Miss

Kirby, William

Maria, Mlle.

Rountree, Miss

St. Albin

Sanders

Searle, Mrs. Caroline

Walbourn, William H.

Watson, Miss

Entertainers

Jones, John

Lee

Musicians

Parnell, Michael

Singers

Buckingham, Thomas

Chapman

Deacon

Hammersley, Miss Miriam

Hill

Pitt, Miss Eliza

Reeve, John

Waylett, Mrs. Harriett

Webb

Wilkinson, James P.

Wright

General Song Composers/Pieces

Bishop, Henry R. Home, Sweet Home (15 Mar 1824)
I'll Never Be Married Again (15 Mar 1824)
Taste, O Taste this Spicy Wine (15 Mar 1824)
Herbert, George B. First Vid de Grace Extraordinaire (15 Mar 1824)
Payne, John H. Home, Sweet Home (15 Mar 1824)
Unlisted Edinburgh Town (1 Apr 1824)
Hit or Miss: Epsom Races (1 Apr 1824)
Trip to Bath, A; or, A Peep at the Pump Rooms (1 Apr 1824)
Trip to Richmond by Water, A (25 Mar 1824)

General Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Frog in the Opera Hat, The (1 Apr 1824)
New May Moon, The (1 Apr 1824)
New Scotch pas seul (1 Apr 1824)
Pas seul (1 Apr 1824)
St. Patrick's Day (1 Apr 1824)
Scotch minuet (1 Apr 1824)

General Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Occasional address (11 May 1824)



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