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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 1824-1825

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

Extensive alterations to the interior of the house took place during the recess.  A passage through the boxes was constructed; other changes were described in the Drama:

A dress circle has been formed, and the whole has been entirely redecorated in rather a novel and tasteful manner.  The gilt ornaments to the front of the boxes are laid on a ground composed of rose-colour and white stripes giving it a pleasing appearance of lightness and elegance.  The private boxes are lined with rich crimson flock paper with silk draperies to correspond.  The proscenium gives the appearance of a variegated fan, most richly embossed with burnished gold, and the scenery is equally superb.  The orchestra has been enlarged sufficiently to contain a band of upwards of forty performers (October 1824, p. 53).

The opening was delayed to allow for "immense preparations" for Valmondi; or, The Unholy Sepulchre, a Gothic melodrama replete with ghosts, demons and other supernatural elements.  The management spent lavishly for scenery, costumes, decorations and machinery for this piece, billed as a romantic burletta spectacle.  Wilson created a new drop scene.  The Adelphi chorus was augmented by "gentlemen of the Italian Opera House," thus forming "perhaps the most numerous and effective chorus ever heard on the English stage," as the bill proudly put it.  Alexander E. Gomersal played Kelmar, a man cursed with immortality, wandering over the earth in search of death, while Power played the title role, a ruined man forced to become a poacher.  The highlight of the piece was the procession of the auto-da-fé in Act III. In format the piece resembles an oratorio—an unholy oratorio, but one, it was claimed, that conveyed a moral lesson.  The Drama commented:

This piece takes its origin from the same source as Der Freischütz, and from the success, which has attended the representation of that opera, we fear that the town will be inundated for some time with German horrors in all shapes.  The scenery of the piece is magnificent and costly, and the music is very fine, particularly the invocation...the performance must be curtailed, and we would suggest that much of the singing might be left out with advantage, particularly the serenade, which was very ridiculous.  It was not over till a quarter to twelve, too late by nearly two hours...Mr. Power should infuse a little more energy into his portraiture of the villain Valmondi (October 1824, p. 55).

Valmondi achieved only moderate success and was withdrawn 2 December in favor of The Life of an Actor.  This piece by Richard B. Peake was based upon Pierce Egan's work.  Like Valmondi it embraced the whole strength of the Company and ran as the main piece (70 times) until the end of the regular season.

New players this season were Miss Boden, and Miss Parrock.  Villiers and Paulo returned, the latter to act as Clown in the pantomime and as a comic character in Valmondi.  Thus, counting the pantomime, there were only three pieces that could be considered as "main pieces."  A farce, More Blunders than One, was reasonably successful, and, for once, Power was praised.  The central character is an Irishman with the unlikely name Larry Hoolagan who was

performed by Mr. Power with a great deal of humour...it was generally supposed that the author had him and him alone in his eye when he was engaged in the composition.  The piece has a great deal of broad humour in it, and there is also the recommendation of agreeable incident which, united to smartness of dialogue, places it much above the general run of minor theatre composition (Theatrical Observer, 15 December).

The same journal was also pleased with the Christmas pantomime, which was founded upon the

powers of Mother Red Cap, a personage whose name has, we believe, often excited terror in the minds of the younger sort of creation...[carries out] feats furnished with bad rhymes and a substantial cane...Two lovers, Harlequin and Columbine, are the objects of her malignity...in all her machinations our friend Mother Red Cap is defeated by the intervention of the Fairies of the Rose...There was, of course, the usual number of clowns whose sagacity and intellect are according to the prescribed regulation of pantomimes, lodged in their lower extremities (December 15).

Sixteen pieces were played only once, an indication of the management's growing desperation.  Monsieur Henry repeated his tour de force of the previous season.  The title was Table Talk; or, Shreds and Patches, but in a few weeks, the main title was dropped in favor of the subtitle.  The entertainment featured sleight of hand tricks followed by his playing on the musical glasses, where he performed, among other pieces, the "Chorus of Huntsmen" from Der Freischütz and was rapturously encored.  Part of the optical illusions consisted of producing images of Edmund Kean and Miss Foote.  There was also a "Lecture on Hands" (cf.  George Alexander Stevens' "Lecture on Heads"), and, of course, the laughing gas experiments.  This show ran on Wednesdays and Fridays during Lent and was extended until 31 May for 52 performances.  As with the previous year, a post-season benefit was held for the Sons of St. Andrew.  The stage manager, Lee, had a benefit on June 1, 1825.  Wilkinson's benefit, 28 February, presented a short version of Valmondi, and a masquerade scene in which Wilkinson sang "Trotting Along the Road" while mounted upon a real ass.  Among other features of the benefit were an Indian juggler, Ramo Samee, and "the admired combat on horseback" from Quadrupeds by Messrs. Smith and Sanders.

A melancholy event took place on 14 March.  After an illness of two months, James T. Rodwell died.  It was said that the anxiety and overwork in producing Valmondi had hastened his end.  The theatre closed that evening.  This death marked the end of the Rodwell-Jones partnership.  The Adelphi was sold before the start of the next season to Daniel Terry and Frederick H. Yates.

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14 October 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 October 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [James T. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Next 15 October 1824

Genre:  (Spectacle) entirely new romantic burletta spectacle; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Kelmar (a man gifted with immortality, wandering o'er the earth in search of death): [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi (a ruined nobleman): [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech (demon of death): [James] Villiers
Zuric (an inferior demon): Signor Paulo
Albert (a nobleman): R. Payne (1st time here)
Michael Frumptz (warder of the castle): J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz (his godson): W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo (a domestic): Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina (the baron's daughter): Miss Boden (1st time here)
Matilda (wife to Valmondi): Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise (Elvina's attendant): Miss Brown
Jannette (the village matron): Mrs. Daly
Christabelle (a village bride): Miss [Eliza?] Parrock (from TR Brighton, 1st time here)
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

Cast Commentary

Song

Spectacle

Scenery

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary

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

Title Comment:  Nicoll says licensed as No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge in the Country; subtitle omitted from bill

Author: [James T. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Next 15 October 1824

Genre:  (Farce) favorite burletta

First Night Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

Cast Commentary


15 October 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 October 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (2)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 14 October 1824; Next 16 October 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 14 October 1824; Next 16 October 1824

Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench


16 October 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 October 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (3)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 15 October 1824; Next 18 October 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 15 October 1824; Next 18 October 1824

Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench


18 October 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (4)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 16 October 1824; Next 19 October 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 16 October 1824; Next 19 October 1824

Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

Title: General Commentary


19 October 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (5)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 18 October 1824; Next 20 October 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 18 October 1824; Next 20 October 1824

Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench


20 October 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (6)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 19 October 1824; Next 21 October 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 19 October 1824; Next 21 October 1824

Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench


21 October 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (7)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 20 October 1824; Next 22 October 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 20 October 1824; Next 22 October 1824

Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench


22 October 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (8)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 21 October 1824; Next 23 October 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 21 October 1824; Next 23 October 1824

Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench


23 October 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (9)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 22 October 1824; Next 25 October 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (9)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 22 October 1824; Next 25 October 1824

Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench


25 October 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 October 1824
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (10)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 23 October 1824; Next 26 October 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (10)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 23 October 1824; Next 10 March 1825

Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench


26 October 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1824
playbill
British Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (11)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 25 October 1824; Next 27 October 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Title Comment:  "Perm S. J. Arnold, EOH" (bill)

Author: [Samuel J. Arnold]

Author Commentary:  The Theatrical Observer of December 1, 1823, p. 134, gives the author as Arnold

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Next 27 October 1824

Genre:  (Burlesque) much admired burlesque

First Night Cast:

Francisco (Leader of the Dungs): Salter
Pearcey (his Friend, and Leader of the Horse): Dowsing
Bernardo (a determined Flint, with a Roman Heart): W. Brown
Abrahamides (leader of the Flints): J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus (a tailor): Chapman
Isaacos (a Flint): Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus (leader of the Dung infantry): J. Shaw
Pucker (one of the Dung cavalry): S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole (Flinty hero with more valour than discretion): Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

Spectacle


27 October 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (12)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 26 October 1824; Next 28 October 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 26 October 1824; Next 28 October 1824

Cast:

Francisco: Salter
Pearcey: Dowsing
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

28 October 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (13)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 27 October 1824; Next 29 October 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 27 October 1824; Next 29 October 1824

Cast:

Francisco: Salter
Pearcey: Dowsing
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

29 October 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (14)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 28 October 1824; Next 30 October 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 28 October 1824; Next 30 October 1824

Cast:

Francisco: Salter
Pearcey: Dowsing
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

30 October 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (15)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 29 October 1824; Next 1 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 29 October 1824; Next 22 November 1824

Cast:

Francisco: Salter
Pearcey: Dowsing
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

Illustration: Booth, Sarah (1793-1867): Actress  [1st Performance Nov 1, 1824]


 
Title:Booth, Sarah (1793-1867): Actress
Description:Booth, Sarah (1793-1867): Discovered in Manchester (c.1804) where she was a dancer.  She appeared as an actress at many London theatres but never achieved the rank of tragedienne.  She performed at the Adelphi in the 1824-25 season.  Described as "small in stature, nervous, with hair inclining to red," she was often cast as a young woman, such as Cordelia or Juliet.  Boothís powers were agreeable rather than impressive.  To the last, her dancing remained a special attraction.
1st Performance:Nov 1, 1824
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Via Wikipedia: Portrait of Sarah Booth, 1815. By J. Bell. http://imagesearch.library.illinois.edu/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/actors&CISOPTR=416, Nov 1, 1824

1 November 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1824
playbill
British Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (16)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 30 October 1824; Next 2 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

Music

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [James T. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Next 2 November 1824

Genre:  (Farce) entirely new farcical burletta

First Night Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash (his valet): [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy (a lady's maid): Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove (the young widow): Miss S[arah] Booth (from TR CG, 1st time here)
 

Cast Commentary


2 November 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (17)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 1 November 1824; Next 3 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (2)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 1 November 1824; Next 3 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

3 November 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (18)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 2 November 1824; Next 4 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (3)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 2 November 1824; Next 4 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

4 November 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (19)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 3 November 1824; Next 5 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (4)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 3 November 1824; Next 5 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

5 November 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (20)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 4 November 1824; Next 6 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (5)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 4 November 1824; Next 6 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

6 November 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (21)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 5 November 1824; Next 8 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (6)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 5 November 1824; Next 8 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

8 November 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1824
playbill
British Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (22)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 6 November 1824; Next 9 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (7)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 6 November 1824; Next 9 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

9 November 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (23)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 8 November 1824; Next 10 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (8)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 8 November 1824; Next 10 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

10 November 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (24)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 9 November 1824; Next 11 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (9)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 9 November 1824; Next 11 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

11 November 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (25)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 10 November 1824; Next 12 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (10)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 10 November 1824; Next 12 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

12 November 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (26)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 11 November 1824; Next 13 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (11)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 11 November 1824; Next 13 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

13 November 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (27)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 12 November 1824; Next 15 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (12)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 12 November 1824; Next 15 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

15 November 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1824
playbill
British Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (28)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 13 November 1824; Next 16 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (13)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 13 November 1824; Next 16 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

16 November 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1824
playbill
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1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (29)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 15 November 1824; Next 17 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (14)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 15 November 1824; Next 17 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

17 November 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1824
playbill
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1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (30)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 16 November 1824; Next 18 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (15)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 16 November 1824; Next 18 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

18 November 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1824
playbill
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1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (31)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 17 November 1824; Next 19 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (16)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 17 November 1824; Next 19 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

19 November 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1824
playbill
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1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (32)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 18 November 1824; Next 20 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (17)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 18 November 1824; Next 20 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

20 November 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1824
playbill
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1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (33)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 19 November 1824; Next 22 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (18)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 19 November 1824; Next 29 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

22 November 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1824
playbill
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Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (34)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 20 November 1824; Next 23 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 30 October 1824; Next 23 November 1824

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

Cast Changes:

BUT  Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson (replaces Salter)
  Pearcey: Salter (replaces Dowsing)

23 November 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (35)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 22 November 1824; Next 24 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 22 November 1824; Next 24 November 1824

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

24 November 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (36)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 23 November 1824; Next 25 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 23 November 1824; Next 25 November 1824

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

25 November 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (37)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 24 November 1824; Next 26 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 24 November 1824; Next 26 November 1824

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

26 November 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (38)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 25 November 1824; Next 27 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 25 November 1824; Next 27 November 1824

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

27 November 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (39)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 26 November 1824; Next 29 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 26 November 1824; Next 6 December 1824

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

29 November 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (40)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 27 November 1824; Next 30 November 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (19)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 20 November 1824; Next 30 November 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

30 November 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (41)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 29 November 1824; Next 1 December 1824

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (20)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 29 November 1824; Next 1 December 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

1 December 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (42)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 30 November 1824; Next 26 February 1825

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (21)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 30 November 1824; Next 2 December 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

2 December 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Based upon Pierce Egan's work

Author: [Richard B. Peake]

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Next 3 December 1824

Genre:  (Burletta) new comic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill (an author): [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip (runaway fruiterer): [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley (an actor): S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker (auctioneer): W. Brown
Mr. Damper (a singer): R. Payne
Delawhang: John Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow (a high tragedian): Sanders
Humguffin (a low comedian): Dowsing
Crupperwhistle (prompter): Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy (his servant): [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush (landlord): W. Reeves
William (waiter at The Harp): J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted
Julia (daughter to Pica): Miss Boden
Priscilla (her confidante): Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns (a tragic actress): Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall

Cast Commentary

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (22)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 1 December 1824; Next 3 December 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

3 December 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (2)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 2 December 1824; Next 4 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (23)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 2 December 1824; Next 4 December 1824

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

4 December 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (3)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 3 December 1824; Next 6 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (24)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 3 December 1824; Next 8 March 1825

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

6 December 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1824
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Life of an Actor (4)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 4 December 1824; Next 7 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 27 November 1824; Next 7 December 1824

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

7 December 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 December 1824
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Life of an Actor (5)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 6 December 1824; Next 8 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 6 December 1824; Next 8 December 1824

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

8 December 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1824
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Life of an Actor (6)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 7 December 1824; Next 9 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 7 December 1824; Next 9 December 1824

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

9 December 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 December 1824
Winston scrapbooks (London Theatre Museum)
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Life of an Actor (7)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 8 December 1824; Next 10 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 8 December 1824; Next 10 December 1824

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

10 December 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
10 December 1824
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Life of an Actor (8)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 9 December 1824; Next 11 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 9 December 1824; Next 11 December 1824

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

11 December 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 December 1824
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Life of an Actor (9)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 10 December 1824; Next 13 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 10 December 1824; Next 7 March 1825

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

13 December 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (10)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 11 December 1824; Next 14 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

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

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [James T. Rodwell]

Author Commentary:  Nicoll attributes this piece to George Rodwell; however a BL bill (mar 14, 1826) states "by the late J. Rodwell." This piece was evidently written in 1824 by James, who died in 1825, and adapted by his brother George in 1825, who added a scene

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Next 14 December 1824

Genre:  (Farce) new farcical burletta

First Night Cast:

Old Melborne: [James P.] Wilkinson
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

Cast Commentary


14 December 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (11)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 13 December 1824; Next 15 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (2)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 13 December 1824; Next 15 December 1824

Cast:

Old Melborne: [James P.] Wilkinson
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

15 December 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (12)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 14 December 1824; Next 16 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

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

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 14 December 1824; Next 16 December 1824

Cast:

Old Melborne: [James P.] Wilkinson
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

16 December 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (13)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 15 December 1824; Next 17 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (4)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 15 December 1824; Next 17 December 1824

Cast:

Old Melborne: [James P.] Wilkinson
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

17 December 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (14)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 16 December 1824; Next 18 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (5)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 16 December 1824; Next 18 December 1824

Cast:

Old Melborne: [James P.] Wilkinson
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

18 December 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (15)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 17 December 1824; Next 20 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (6)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 17 December 1824; Next 20 December 1824

Cast:

Old Melborne: [James P.] Wilkinson
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

20 December 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (16)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 18 December 1824; Next 21 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (7)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 18 December 1824; Next 21 December 1824

Cast:

Old Melborne: [James P.] Wilkinson
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

21 December 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (17)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 20 December 1824; Next 22 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (8)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 20 December 1824; Next 22 December 1824

Cast:

Old Melborne: [James P.] Wilkinson
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

22 December 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (18)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 21 December 1824; Next 23 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (9)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 21 December 1824; Next 23 December 1824

Cast:

Old Melborne: [James P.] Wilkinson
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

23 December 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (19)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 22 December 1824; Next 27 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (10)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 22 December 1824; Next 7 February 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: [James P.] Wilkinson
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

24 December 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Eve


25 December 1824
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Day


27 December 1824
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (20)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 23 December 1824; Next 28 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Unknown]; Composer: George B. Herbert; Composer: W. H. Russell

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Next 28 December 1824

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

First Night Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell (a peasant), afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack (servant to Mother Red Cap), afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter (a footman): Sanders
Brush (a sweep): "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
(chairmen)
      Mackenzie: Glover
      Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender (the cook): "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Madame Flirt: Mrs. Dennis
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
sailor: "Oakum"
Alderman Turtlebelly: Brady
man with polonies: W[illiam H.] Payne
potboy: Forster
van Tromp (a Dutchman): "M. Mynheer"
porters:
      Reynolds
      "Blackman"
fruit woman: Cooper
John Lump: [William H.] Walbourn
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
watchman: "Wake"
shopman: "Careful"
old maid's servant: "Newcome"
thief: "Flytrap"
doctor: Phillips
doctor's wife: Mrs. Davis
Christmas waifs:
      S. Taylor
      Dowsing
      Cahill
      East
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]

Cast Commentary

Dance

Dance Commentary

Entertainment

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description


28 December 1824
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (21)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 27 December 1824; Next 29 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (2)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 27 December 1824; Next 29 December 1824

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
Madame Flirt: Mrs. Dennis
sailor: "Oakum"
Alderman Turtlebelly: Brady
man with polonies: W[illiam H.] Payne
potboy: Forster
van Tromp: "M. Mynheer"
porters:
      Reynolds
      "Blackman"
fruit woman: Cooper
John Lump: [William H.] Walbourn
watchman: "Wake"
shopman: "Careful"
old maid's servant: "Newcome"
thief: "Flytrap"
doctor: Phillips
doctor's wife: Mrs. Davis
Christmas waifs:
      S. Taylor
      Dowsing
      Cahill
      East

29 December 1824
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (22)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 28 December 1824; Next 30 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (3)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 28 December 1824; Next 30 December 1824

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
Madame Flirt: Mrs. Dennis
sailor: "Oakum"
Alderman Turtlebelly: Brady
man with polonies: W[illiam H.] Payne
potboy: Forster
van Tromp: "M. Mynheer"
porters:
      Reynolds
      "Blackman"
fruit woman: Cooper
John Lump: [William H.] Walbourn
watchman: "Wake"
shopman: "Careful"
old maid's servant: "Newcome"
thief: "Flytrap"
doctor: Phillips
doctor's wife: Mrs. Davis
Christmas waifs:
      S. Taylor
      Dowsing
      Cahill
      East

30 December 1824
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (23)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 29 December 1824; Next 31 December 1824

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (4)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 29 December 1824; Next 31 December 1824

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
Madame Flirt: Mrs. Dennis
sailor: "Oakum"
Alderman Turtlebelly: Brady
man with polonies: W[illiam H.] Payne
potboy: Forster
van Tromp: "M. Mynheer"
porters:
      Reynolds
      "Blackman"
fruit woman: Cooper
John Lump: [William H.] Walbourn
watchman: "Wake"
shopman: "Careful"
old maid's servant: "Newcome"
thief: "Flytrap"
doctor: Phillips
doctor's wife: Mrs. Davis
Christmas waifs:
      S. Taylor
      Dowsing
      Cahill
      East

31 December 1824
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (24)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 30 December 1824; Next 1 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (5)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 30 December 1824; Next 1 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
Madame Flirt: Mrs. Dennis
sailor: "Oakum"
Alderman Turtlebelly: Brady
man with polonies: W[illiam H.] Payne
potboy: Forster
van Tromp: "M. Mynheer"
porters:
      Reynolds
      "Blackman"
fruit woman: Cooper
John Lump: [William H.] Walbourn
watchman: "Wake"
shopman: "Careful"
old maid's servant: "Newcome"
thief: "Flytrap"
doctor: Phillips
doctor's wife: Mrs. Davis
Christmas waifs:
      S. Taylor
      Dowsing
      Cahill
      East

1 January 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1824
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (25)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 31 December 1824; Next 3 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (6)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 31 December 1824; Next 3 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
Madame Flirt: Mrs. Dennis
sailor: "Oakum"
Alderman Turtlebelly: Brady
man with polonies: W[illiam H.] Payne
potboy: Forster
van Tromp: "M. Mynheer"
porters:
      Reynolds
      "Blackman"
fruit woman: Cooper
John Lump: [William H.] Walbourn
watchman: "Wake"
shopman: "Careful"
old maid's servant: "Newcome"
thief: "Flytrap"
doctor: Phillips
doctor's wife: Mrs. Davis
Christmas waifs:
      S. Taylor
      Dowsing
      Cahill
      East

3 January 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (26)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 1 January 1825; Next 4 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (7)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 1 January 1825; Next 4 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: "Swell"

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Bond Street Buck: "Swell"
  master of china shop: "Breakwell"
  quaker: Gay
OMITS  Alderman Turtlebelly: Brady
  Christmas waifs: Cahill
  Christmas waifs: Dowsing
  Christmas waifs: East
  Christmas waifs: S. Taylor
  John Lump: [William H.] Walbourn
  Madame Flirt: Mrs. Dennis
  doctor: Phillips
  doctor's wife: Mrs. Davis
  fruit woman: Cooper
  man with polonies: W[illiam H.] Payne
  old maid's servant: "Newcome"
  porters: "Blackman"
  porters: Reynolds
  potboy: Forster
  sailor: "Oakum"
  shopman: "Careful"
  thief: "Flytrap"
  van Tromp: "M. Mynheer"
  watchman: "Wake"

4 January 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (27)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 3 January 1825; Next 5 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (8)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 3 January 1825; Next 5 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: "Swell"

5 January 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (28)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 4 January 1825; Next 6 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (9)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 4 January 1825; Next 6 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: "Swell"

6 January 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (29)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 5 January 1825; Next 7 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (10)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 5 January 1825; Next 7 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: "Swell"

7 January 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (30)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 6 January 1825; Next 8 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (11)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 6 January 1825; Next 8 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: "Swell"

8 January 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (31)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 7 January 1825; Next 10 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Mrs. Dennis
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (12)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 7 January 1825; Next 10 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: "Swell"

10 January 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (32)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 8 January 1825; Next 11 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland (replaces Mrs. Dennis)

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (13)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 8 January 1825; Next 11 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

Cast Changes:

BUT  Bond Street Buck: Payne (replaces "Swell")

Cast Commentary


11 January 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (33)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 10 January 1825; Next 12 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (14)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 10 January 1825; Next 12 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

12 January 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (34)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 11 January 1825; Next 13 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (15)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 11 January 1825; Next 13 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

13 January 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (35)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 12 January 1825; Next 14 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (16)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 12 January 1825; Next 14 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

14 January 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (36)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 13 January 1825; Next 15 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (17)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 13 January 1825; Next 15 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

15 January 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (37)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 14 January 1825; Next 17 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (18)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 14 January 1825; Next 17 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

17 January 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (38)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 15 January 1825; Next 18 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (19)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 15 January 1825; Next 18 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

18 January 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (39)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 17 January 1825; Next 19 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (20)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 17 January 1825; Next 19 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

19 January 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (40)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 18 January 1825; Next 20 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (21)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 18 January 1825; Next 20 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

20 January 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (41)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 19 January 1825; Next 21 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (22)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 19 January 1825; Next 21 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

21 January 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (42)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 20 January 1825; Next 22 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (23)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 20 January 1825; Next 22 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

22 January 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (43)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 21 January 1825; Next 24 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (24)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 21 January 1825; Next 24 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

24 January 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (44)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 22 January 1825; Next 25 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (25)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 22 January 1825; Next 25 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

25 January 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (45)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 24 January 1825; Next 26 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (26)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 24 January 1825; Next 26 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

26 January 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (46)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 25 January 1825; Next 27 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (27)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 25 January 1825; Next 27 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

27 January 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (47)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 26 January 1825; Next 28 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (28)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 26 January 1825; Next 28 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

28 January 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (48)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 27 January 1825; Next 29 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (29)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 27 January 1825; Next 29 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

29 January 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (49)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 28 January 1825; Next 31 January 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (30)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 28 January 1825; Next 31 January 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

31 January 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (50)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 29 January 1825; Next 1 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (31)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 29 January 1825; Next 1 February 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

1 February 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (51)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 31 January 1825; Next 2 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (32)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 31 January 1825; Next 2 February 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

2 February 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (52)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 1 February 1825; Next 3 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (33)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 1 February 1825; Next 3 February 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

3 February 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (53)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 2 February 1825; Next 4 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (34)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 2 February 1825; Next 4 February 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

4 February 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (54)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 3 February 1825; Next 5 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (35)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 3 February 1825; Next 5 February 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

5 February 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (55)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 4 February 1825; Next 7 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (36)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 4 February 1825; Next 5 March 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

7 February 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (56)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 5 February 1825; Next 8 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (11)

Title Comment:  Additional scene added for this and subsequent perfs this season

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 23 December 1824; Next 8 February 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

Cast Changes:

BUT  Old Melborne: Meredith (replaces [James P.] Wilkinson)

8 February 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (57)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 7 February 1825; Next 9 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (12)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 7 February 1825; Next 9 February 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

9 February 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (58)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 8 February 1825; Next 10 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (13)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 8 February 1825; Next 10 February 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

10 February 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (59)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 9 February 1825; Next 11 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (14)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 9 February 1825; Next 11 February 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

11 February 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (60)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 10 February 1825; Next 12 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (15)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 10 February 1825; Next 12 February 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

12 February 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (61)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 11 February 1825; Next 14 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Ireland
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (16)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 11 February 1825; Next 14 February 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
servants:
      Taylor
      Talkin
      East
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

14 February 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (62)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 12 February 1825; Next 15 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Brown
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Brown (replaces Miss Ireland)

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (17)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 12 February 1825; Next 15 February 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

Cast Changes:

OMITS  servants: East
  servants: Talkin
  servants: Taylor

15 February 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (63)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 14 February 1825; Next 17 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Brown
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (18)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 14 February 1825; Next 17 February 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

16 February 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Ash Wednesday


17 February 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (64)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 15 February 1825; Next 19 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Brown
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (19)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 15 February 1825; Next 19 February 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

18 February 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 February 1825
playbill
British Library

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


19 February 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (65)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 17 February 1825; Next 21 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Brown
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (20)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 17 February 1825; Next 21 February 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

Title: General Commentary


21 February 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (66)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 19 February 1825; Next 22 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Brown
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (21)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 19 February 1825; Next 22 February 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

General, Advertisement


22 February 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (67)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 21 February 1825; Next 24 February 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Brown
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (22)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 21 February 1825; Next 24 February 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

23 February 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1825
playbill
British Library

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


24 February 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1825
playbill
British Library

1)  The Life of an Actor (68)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 22 February 1825; Next 5 March 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Brown
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (23)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 22 February 1825; Next 1 March 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

25 February 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1825
playbill
British Library

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


26 February 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 February 1825
advertisement
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Benefit: Power

1)  Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (1)

Title Comment:  Billed as Jemmy of Aberdeen

Choreographer: [John Jones]

Performances:  First 26 February 1825; Next 7 March 1825

Genre:  (Ballet) admired comic ballet

Title: General Commentary

2)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (43)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 1 December 1824; Next 28 February 1825

Cast:

Kelmar: [Alexander E.] Gomersal
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Brown
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

3)  The Irish Poleander; or, The Lady and the Lawyer (1)

Title Comment:  licensed as I. P.; or, Love and Loyalty; Cast not given in source

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 26 February 1825; Next 7 March 1825

Genre:  (Burletta) [Und]

General, Song


28 February 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 February 1825
playbill
British Library

Benefit: [James P.] Wilkinson

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (44)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 26 February 1825; Next 1 March 1825

Cast:

Kelmar: [Andrew] Campbell
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Arnold
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

BUT  Kelmar: [Andrew] Campbell (replaces [Alexander E.] Gomersal)
  Louise: Miss Arnold (replaces Miss Brown)

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

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 28 February 1825

Genre:  (Farce) favorite burletta

First Night Cast:

Colonel Talbot: Meredith
Sir Oliver Oldstock: Daly
Captain Belford: Elliott
Mandeville: Chapman
Buckle: Salter
Jacob Butts: Phillips
Billy Butts: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Butts: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Charlotte: Miss Arnold
Harriet: Miss Brown
Betty: Miss Carr

Song

General, Song

General, Song Commentary

General, Dance

General, Dance Commentary

General, Entertainment

General, Spectacle


1 March 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 March 1825
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (45)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 28 February 1825; Next 3 March 1825

Cast:

Kelmar: [Andrew] Campbell
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Arnold
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (24)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 24 February 1825; Next 17 March 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

2 March 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1825
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


3 March 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 March 1825
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (46)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 1 March 1825; Next 10 March 1825

Cast:

Kelmar: [Andrew] Campbell
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Arnold
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  Love in an Orchard (1)

Title Comment:  There was a burletta performed at Sadler's Wells in 1805 with this title

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 3 March 1825

Genre:  (Undetermined)

Title: General Commentary

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

Author: [James T. Rodwell?]

Performances:  First 3 March 1825

Genre:  (Burletta)

Title: General Commentary


4 March 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 March 1825
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


5 March 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 March 1825
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Life of an Actor (69)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 24 February 1825; Next 19 March 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Brown
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (37)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 5 February 1825; Next 24 March 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

7 March 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 March 1825
advertisement
The London Times

Benefit: Callan (box book-keeper)

1)  Odds and Ends; or, Which Is the Manager? (1)

Title Comment:  Cast not given in source

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 7 March 1825; Next 19 March 1825

Genre:  (Interlude)

2)  The Irish Poleander; or, The Lady and the Lawyer (2)

Performances:  First 26 February 1825; Previous 26 February 1825

3)  Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (2)

Performances:  First 26 February 1825; Previous 26 February 1825; Next 17 March 1825

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 11 December 1824; Next 8 March 1825

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

8 March 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 March 1825
advertisement
The London Times

Benefit: Miss S. Booth

1)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (25)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 4 December 1824; Next 10 March 1825

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 7 March 1825; Next 12 March 1825

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

General, Song

General, Entertainment


9 March 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 March 1825
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


10 March 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 March 1825
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (47)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 3 March 1825; Next 12 March 1825

Cast:

Kelmar: [Andrew] Campbell
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Arnold
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

2)  No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (11)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 25 October 1824

Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench

3)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (26)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 8 March 1825; Next 25 July 1825

Cast:

Mandeville: [Tyrone] Power
Splash: [Benjamin] Wrench
Lucy: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss S[arah] Booth
 

11 March 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1825
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


12 March 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 March 1825
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (48)

Performances:  First 14 October 1824; Previous 10 March 1825

Cast:

Kelmar: [Andrew] Campbell
Valmondi: [Tyrone] Power
Baron of Hardenberg: Lee
Malech: [James] Villiers
Zuric: Signor Paulo
Albert: R. Payne
Michael Frumptz: J[ohn] Reeve
Frippz: W. Brown
Grand Inquisitor: Elliott
Second Inquisitor: Daly
Hugo: Phillips
servant: S[tephen?] Smith
Elvina: Miss Boden
Matilda: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Louise: Miss Arnold
Jannette: Mrs. Daly
Christabelle: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
principal dancers:
      J[ohn] Jones
      Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
corps de ballet:
      W[illiam H.] Payne
      Phillips
      Forster
      Brady
      Miss Brown
      Miss Carr
      Miss Giles
      Miss Ireland
      Miss Casciana
      Miss Gay
inquisitors, guards, ushers, pages, noblemen, monks, bishops, cardinals, executioners, servants, nuns, ladies of the banquet, villagers: [Unlisted]

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

Choreographer: [St. Albin (?])

Performances:  First 12 March 1825

Genre:  (Ballet) comic and burlesque ballet

Title: General Commentary

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 8 March 1825; Next 26 March 1825

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Mrs. Dennis
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

14 March 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Death of James T. Rodwell, Part-proprietor of the Adelphi


15 March 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 March 1825
advertisement
The London Times

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

Author: [P. P. O'Callaghan]

Performances:  First 15 March 1825; Next 21 March 1825

Genre:  (Burletta) admired burletta

Title: General Commentary

2)  St. Ronan's Well (1)

Title Comment:  based on Walter Scott's novel

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 15 March 1825; Next 21 March 1825

Genre:  (Melodrama) new serious melo-drame

Title: General Commentary


16 March 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1825
advertisement
The London Times

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


17 March 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 March 1825
advertisement
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1)  Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (3)

Title Comment:  appears on this source under subtitle only

Performances:  First 26 February 1825; Previous 7 March 1825

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

Author: [William T. Moncrieff]

Performances:  First 17 March 1825

Genre:  (Burlesque) celebrated burlesque melo drama

Title: General Commentary

3)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (25)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 1 March 1825; Next 19 March 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

18 March 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1825
advertisement
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Benefit: John Reeve


19 March 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 March 1825
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Life of an Actor (70)

Performances:  First 2 December 1824; Previous 5 March 1825

Cast:

Peregrine Proteus: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Jeremy Pica: Lee
Carrytype: Daly
Horace O'Quill: [Tyrone] Power
Schemes: Phillips
Mr. Batten Notrip: Elliott
Barnaby Parsnip: [James P.] Wilkinson
Muzzy Merryweather: Salter
Chalkley: S[tephen?] Smith
Mr. Cracker: W. Brown
Mr. Damper: R. Payne
Delawhang: J[ohn] Reeve
Shakespeare Delawhang: Master Cooper
four other Delawhangs:
      Master Belin
      Master Phillips
      Miss Belin
      Miss Phillips
Scarecrow: Sanders
Humguffin: Dowsing
Crupperwhistle: Brady
compositors:
      Cahill
      Padbury
Sir Capias Gooseberry: Meredith
Davy: [Andrew] Campbell
bailiffs:
      Payne
      Buxton
Taplush: W. Reeves
William: J. Shaw
beadle: Gay
Julia: Miss Boden
Priscilla: Miss Arnold
Mrs. Muns: Mrs. Daly
Mademoiselle Elastique: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mrs. Delawhang: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Macavaddy: Miss Brown
Mrs. Taplush: Miss Vidall
constables, footmen, mob, prisoners, visitors [Unlisted]: Unlisted

2)  Odds and Ends; or, Which Is the Manager? (2)

Performances:  First 7 March 1825; Previous 7 March 1825

3)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (26)

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 17 March 1825; Next 26 March 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Chapman
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

21 March 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 March 1825
advertisement
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Benefit: Mrs. Searle

1)  St. Ronan's Well (2)

Performances:  First 15 March 1825; Previous 15 March 1825

2)  Hunter and Shepherdess (1)

Title Comment:  not in Nicoll or BL catalogue

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 21 March 1825

Genre:  (Undetermined) [Und]

Title: General Commentary

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

Performances:  First 15 March 1825; Previous 15 March 1825


22 March 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


23 March 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1825
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


24 March 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 March 1825
advertisement
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1)  All at Coventry; or, Love and Laugh (1)

Author: [William T. Moncrieff]

Performances:  First 24 March 1825; Next 25 July 1825

Genre:  (Farce)

First Night Cast:

Timothy: Jervis
Bramble: Watson (from East London Th)
Ramble: Fuller
Lively: Wright
Gabblewig: E. Barnes
Tommy: J. Thomas
Redtail: Thompson
Gregory: Master Snooks
waiter: Jackson
Dora: Miss Beaumont
Catherine: Mrs. Anderson

Cast Commentary

2)  Cinderella (1)

Title Comment:  version unknown

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 24 March 1825

Genre:  (Undetermined) [und]

3)  Fish Out of Water; or, Cookery and Clerkship (1)

Title Comment:  Nicoll gives subtitle as Clerkship and Cookery; BL catalogue gives title as Cook and the Secretary "altered from Fish Out of Water"

Author: [Joseph Lunn]

Performances:  First 24 March 1825

Genre:  (Farce) [Und]

Title: General Commentary

4)  The Dumb Girl (1)

Title Comment:  exact title unknown

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 24 March 1825

Genre:  (Undetermined) [und]

Title: General Commentary

5)  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (38)

Performances:  First 27 December 1824; Previous 5 March 1825

Cast:

Queen of the Fairies: Miss Belin
Rosylip: Miss Chivers
Silverwing: Miss Rekey
Dewdrop: Miss Francis
Rainbow: Miss Forster
attendant fairies:
      Miss Phillips
      Miss Paulo
      Miss Adams
      Miss [Elizabeth?] Poole
Mother Redcap, afterwards Pantaloon: Elliott
Lauristell, afterwards Harlequin: W[illiam] Kirby
Lauristella, afterwards Columbine: Mrs. [Caroline] Searle
Mewlewhack, afterwards Clown: Signor Paulo
Scotch soldier: "Kilt"
man with hamper: "Low"
coal heaver: S[tephen?] Smith
beadle: Buxton
gardener: Wallace
Little Clown: Master Belin
Little Pantaloon: Master Kirby
Trotter: Sanders
Brush: "White"
old nabob: Miller
baker[1]: "Knead"
butcher: "Suet"
Mackenzie: Glover
Ryan: Cahill
Mrs. Slender: "Mrs. Kitchen"
baker[2]: Shaw
man with nails: "Armstrong"
baker's man: W. Reeves
miller: Turner
boy: "Master Man"
Miss Careless: Miss Brown
Miss Lovewhite: Miss Carr
waggoner: "Driver"
man with mirror: "Glassington"
image man: Shepperd
landlord: Gay
landlady: Mrs. Willis
fishwomen:
      "Mme. Salmon"
      "Mme. S. Dabbs"
pawnbroker: "Balls"
bricklayer: "Trowell"
fruiterer: "Mellon"
dandy: "Wouldbe"
young lady: "Miss Slender"
constables:
      "Catchem"
      "Holdfast"
watchmen: [Unlisted]
master of china shop: "Breakwell"
quaker: Gay
Bond Street Buck: Payne

25 March 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1825
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


26 March 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 March 1825
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: Lee (stage manager)

1)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (27)

Title Comment:  advertised under subtitle

Performances:  First 13 December 1824; Previous 19 March 1825

Cast:

Old Melborne: Meredith
Young Melborne: Elliott
Larry Hoolagan: [Tyrone] Power
Trap: Salter
bailiff's follower: Buxton
Louisa Lovemore: Miss S[arah] Booth
Susan: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Letty: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Jenny: Miss Arnold

Cast Changes:

BUT  Young Melborne: Elliott (replaces Chapman)

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

Title Comment:  Bill gives subtitle as Seven Years Absence

Author: [George H. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 26 March 1825

Genre:  (Farce) 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. Daly
Rose (her daughter): Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
 

3)  Where Shall I Dine? (1)

Author: [George H. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 26 March 1825

Genre:  (Farce) favorite piece

First Night Cast:

Sponge: [Benjamin] Wrench
Diggory: Salter
Dick Discount: Elliott
Grumpy: Meredith
Homely: S[tephen?] Smith
Fawnwell: Payne
1st surgeon: Daly
2d surgeon: Miller
Timothy: Sanders
Flint: Phillips
bailiffs:
      Buxton
      Turner
Mrs. Discount: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Mrs. Grumpy: Mrs. Daly
Miss Grumpy: Miss J. Weippert (from EOH, this nt only)
cook: Miss Arnold
Deborah: Miss Ireland

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

Performances:  First 26 October 1824; Previous 12 March 1825

Cast:

Francisco: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pearcey: Salter
Bernardo: W. Brown
Abrahamides: J[ohn] Reeve
Bartholomeus: Chapman
Isaacos: Elliott
Humphriminos: Phillips
Christopherides: W. Reeves
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: S[tephen?] Smith
Buttonhole: Sanders
Dorothea: Mrs. [Charlotte] Bryan
Tinderella: Miss [Eliza?] Parrock
Blousedora: Miss Brown
Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

Cast Changes:

BUT  Blousedora: Miss Brown (replaces Mrs. Dennis)

Entertainment

General, Dance

General, Entertainment

General, Commentary


28 March 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1825
advertisement
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Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


29 March 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


30 March 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 March 1825
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


31 March 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 March 1825
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


1 April 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Good Friday

Preliminaries Commentary


2 April 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 March 1825
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


7 April 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 April 1825
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


8 April 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 April 1825
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9 April 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 April 1825
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


11 April 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 April 1825
playbill
Westminster Public Library

Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


13 April 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 April 1825
playbill
Westminster Public Library

Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


15 April 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 April 1825
playbill
Westminster Public Library

Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


18 April 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Indisposition of Mons. Henry


19 April 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Indisposition of Mons. Henry


20 April 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Indisposition of Mons. Henry


21 April 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 April 1825
playbill
New York Public Library

Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations. Benefit: Mons. Henry


26 April 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 April 1825
advertisement
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


27 April 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 April 1825
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


28 April 1825
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 April 1825
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


29 April 1825
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
29 April 1825
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


30 April 1825
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 April 1825
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


3 May 1825
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 May 1825
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


4 May 1825
Wednesday  Evening
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4 May 1825
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


5 May 1825
Thursday  Evening
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5 May 1825
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


6 May 1825
Friday  Evening
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6 May 1825
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


7 May 1825
Saturday  Evening
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7 May 1825
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


9 May 1825
Monday  Evening
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9 May 1825
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


10 May 1825
Tuesday  Evening
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10 May 1825
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


11 May 1825
Wednesday  Evening
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11 May 1825
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12 May 1825
Thursday  Evening
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12 May 1825
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13 May 1825
Friday  Evening
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13 May 1825
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14 May 1825
Saturday  Evening
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14 May 1825
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16 May 1825
Monday  Evening
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16 May 1825
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17 May 1825
Tuesday  Evening
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17 May 1825
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18 May 1825
Wednesday  Evening
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18 May 1825
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Post Seasonal Entertainment: Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations


19 May 1825
Thursday  Evening
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19 May 1825
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20 May 1825
Friday  Evening
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20 May 1825
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21 May 1825
Saturday  Evening
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21 May 1825
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23 May 1825
Monday  Evening
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23 May 1825
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24 May 1825
Tuesday  Evening
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24 May 1825
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25 May 1825
Wednesday  Evening
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25 May 1825
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26 May 1825
Thursday  Evening
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26 May 1825
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27 May 1825
Friday  Evening
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27 May 1825
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28 May 1825
Saturday  Evening
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28 May 1825
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30 May 1825
Monday  Evening
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30 May 1825
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31 May 1825
Tuesday  Evening
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31 May 1825
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1 June 1825
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 June 1825
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: Lee, Lee's Farewell Benefit, Last night regular season

1)  The Miller's Maid (1)

Author: [John S. Faucit]

Performances:  First 1 June 1825

Genre:  (Melodrama) melo-drama

First Night Cast:

The Miller: James
George: Howard
Giles: Winks
Matty Marvelous: Pryer
granger: Watson
gamekeeper: Anson
Phoebe: Mrs. Pemberton
dame: Mrs. Tomlinson

Song

Title: General Commentary

2)  Sylvester Daggerwood (1)

Title Comment:  Not to be confused with 1810 burletta of same title

Author: [Richards]

Performances:  First 1 June 1825

Genre:  (Interlude) interlude

First Night Cast:

Sylvester Daggerwood: Richards
Munden as Sam Dabbs: Richards
Young as Othello: Richards
Charles Kemble as Hotspur: Richards
John Reeve as Lord Grizzle: Richards
Bradley as Korastakin: Richards
Oxberry as Jemmy Green: Richards
Braham giving out [?]: Richards
Kean as Glo'ster: Richards
Sloman as Jemmy Hardmouse: Richards
Wilkinson as Muffincap: Richards

3)  The Mayor of Garratt (1)

Title Comment:  version not known

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 1 June 1825

Genre:  (Farce) admired burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir Jacob Jalap: Watson
Major Sturjeon: Wilkins
Jerry Sneak: W[illis] Jones (Adelphi proprietor, 1st public app)
Bruin: James
Crispin Healtap: Pryer
Mrs. Sneak: Mrs. Follet
Mrs. Bruin: Mrs. Middleton

General, Song

General, Song Commentary

General, Dance

General, Dance Commentary

General, Entertainment


25 July 1825
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 July 1825
playbill
British Library

Charity: Sons of St. Andrew

1)  The Race for a Wife (1)

Title Comment:  version unknown

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 25 July 1825

Genre:  (Burletta)

First Night Cast:

Mr. Dornton: J. Thomas
Captain Gayton: J. H. Smith
Captain Seymour: Porter
James: Master Snooks
Survey: Anderson
Spinks: James
Jacob: Fuller (pupil of a professional gentleman)
Fairfield: Jackson
Lawyer Protest: Williams
bailiff: Alexander (from Olympic)
Emily Dornton: Miss Moreton
Mary: Miss Beaumont (1st app any stage)
Laura Rosemontville: Mrs. [Thomas J.] Blanchard (from Surrey Th)

Cast Commentary

2)  The Young Widow; or, A Lesson for Lovers (27)

Performances:  First 1 November 1824; Previous 10 March 1825

Cast:

Mandeville: R. Tyler
Splash: Wright
Lucy: Miss Blanchard
Aurelia Fairlove: Miss Moreton
 

Cast Changes:

BUT  Aurelia Fairlove: Miss Moreton (replaces Miss S[arah] Booth)
  Lucy: Miss Blanchard (replaces Miss [Eliza?] Parrock)
  Mandeville: R. Tyler (replaces [Tyrone] Power)
  Splash: Wright (replaces [Benjamin] Wrench)

3)  All at Coventry; or, Love and Laugh (2)

Performances:  First 24 March 1825; Previous 24 March 1825

Cast:

Timothy: Jervis
Bramble: Watson
Ramble: Fuller
Lively: Wright
Gabblewig: E. Barnes
Tommy: J. Thomas
Redtail: Thompson
Gregory: Master Snooks
waiter: Jackson
Dora: Miss Beaumont
Catherine: Mrs. Anderson

Artistic Supervision

General, Music

General, Song

General, Dance

General, Dance Commentary

General, Entertainment

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

14 Oct 1824 - 25 Jul 1825; 179 performances: 179 evening

Benefit (8):Callan (box book-keeper) (7 Mar 1825)
John Reeve (18 Mar 1825)
Lee (stage manager) (26 Mar 1825)
Lee, Lee's Farewell Benefit, Last night regular season (1 Jun 1825)
Miss S. Booth (8 Mar 1825)
Mrs. Searle (21 Mar 1825)
Power (26 Feb 1825)
[James P.] Wilkinson (28 Feb 1825)
Charity (1):Sons of St. Andrew (25 Jul 1825)
Dark (10):Ash Wednesday (16 Feb 1825)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1824)
Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1824)
Death of James T. Rodwell, Part-proprietor of the Adelphi (14 Mar 1825)
Good Friday (1 Apr 1825)
Indisposition of Mons. Henry (18 Apr 1825, 19 Apr 1825, 20 Apr 1825)
Lent (22 Mar 1825)
Passion Week (29 Mar 1825)
Lent (14):Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations (18 Feb 1825, 23 Feb 1825, 25 Feb 1825, 2 Mar 1825, 4 Mar 1825, 9 Mar 1825, 11 Mar 1825, 16 Mar 1825, 23 Mar 1825, 25 Mar 1825, 28 Mar 1825, 30 Mar 1825, 31 Mar 1825, 2 Apr 1825)
Post Seasonal Entertainment (37):Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations (7 Apr 1825, 8 Apr 1825, 9 Apr 1825, 11 Apr 1825, 13 Apr 1825, 15 Apr 1825, 26 Apr 1825, 27 Apr 1825, 28 Apr 1825, 29 Apr 1825, 30 Apr 1825, 3 May 1825, 4 May 1825, 5 May 1825, 6 May 1825, 7 May 1825, 9 May 1825, 10 May 1825, 11 May 1825, 12 May 1825, 13 May 1825, 14 May 1825, 16 May 1825, 17 May 1825, 18 May 1825, 19 May 1825, 20 May 1825, 21 May 1825, 23 May 1825, 24 May 1825, 25 May 1825, 26 May 1825, 27 May 1825, 28 May 1825, 30 May 1825, 31 May 1825)
Mons. Henry's Mechanical and Chemical Demonstrations. Benefit: Mons. Henry (21 Apr 1825)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Jones, Willis
Rodwell, James T.
Stage directors:Lee
Stage managers:Lee
Orchestra conductors and leaders:Russell, W. H.
Ballet masters and mistresses:Jones
Musical composers and arrangers:Herbert, George B.
Box bookkeepers:Callan
Property masters and mistresses:Dix
Scene painters:Mathews
Pitt, Thomas H.
Tomkins, Charles
Walker
Wilkins
Wilson
Stage mechanics:Dennis, R.
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Godbee
Stillman, Mrs.
Nathan of Berwick St., London (contractor)
Printers:W. Glindon, Rupert Street, Haymarket (contractor)

Theatre Management And Functionaries Commentary

Charles Tomkins and Tom Pitt's first names come from Edmund Yates' Fifty Years of London Life

Authors/Pieces

Arnold, Samuel J. Quadrupeds, The; or, The Manager's Last Kick (26 Oct 1824)
Faucit, John S. Miller's Maid, The (1 Jun 1825)
Herbert, George B. Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (27 Dec 1824)
Jones, John Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist (26 Feb 1825)
Lunn, Joseph Fish Out of Water; or, Cookery and Clerkship (24 Mar 1825)
Maddison, George W. Odds and Ends; or, Which Is the Manager? (7 Mar 1825)
Moncrieff, William T. All at Coventry; or, Love and Laugh (24 Mar 1825)
Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva (17 Mar 1825)
O'Callaghan, P. P. Married Bachelor, The; or, Master and Man (15 Mar 1825)
Peake, Richard B. Life of an Actor, The (2 Dec 1824)
Planché, James R. Odds and Ends; or, Which Is the Manager? (7 Mar 1825)
St. Ronan's Well (15 Mar 1825)
Who's to Father Me? or, What's Bred in the Bone Won't Come Out of the Flesh (28 Feb 1825)
Richards Sylvester Daggerwood (1 Jun 1825)
Rodwell, George H. Matter of Doubt, A; or, Seven Years Since (26 Mar 1825)
Where Shall I Dine? (26 Mar 1825)
Rodwell, James T. Fun and Fright; or, How to Gain Consent (3 Mar 1825)
More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (13 Dec 1824)
No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town (14 Oct 1824)
Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre (14 Oct 1824)
Young Widow, The; or, A Lesson for Lovers (1 Nov 1824)
Russell, W. H. Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (27 Dec 1824)
St. Albin Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters (12 Mar 1825)
Unknown Cinderella (24 Mar 1825)
Dumb Girl, The (24 Mar 1825)
Hunter and Shepherdess (21 Mar 1825)
Irish Poleander, The; or, The Lady and the Lawyer (26 Feb 1825)
Love in an Orchard (3 Mar 1825)
Mayor of Garratt, The (1 Jun 1825)
Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose (27 Dec 1824)
Race for a Wife, The (25 Jul 1825)

Music Composers/Pieces

Kind, Friedrich Freischütz, Der (1 Nov 1824)
Weber, Carl M. Freischütz, Der (1 Nov 1824)

Song Composers/Pieces

Kean, Edmund Sweet Kitty Clover (1 Jun 1825)
Unlisted Behold, Behold, Oh Agonising Sight (14 Oct 1824)
Bunhill Row Courtship; or, Love and Sausages (28 Feb 1825)
Demons of Vengeance and Demons of Blood (14 Oct 1824)
Drink, Oh Drink, the Ghosts Are All Gone (14 Oct 1824)
Fly Zuric, Fly (14 Oct 1824)
How Weak Is Woman E'er To Wed (14 Oct 1824)
If She Be Lost Whom I Adore (14 Oct 1824)
If She I Love Be Far Away (14 Oct 1824)
Immortal Man Beware, Beware (14 Oct 1824)
Look Out, Look Out (14 Oct 1824)
Misericordia (14 Oct 1824)
My Trembling Hand in Welcome Take (14 Oct 1824)
Now Blithe As the Morning (14 Oct 1824)
Now Night with All His Starry Train (14 Oct 1824)
Oh Disturb Us Not Though We Died Unblest (14 Oct 1824)
Oh Pity Me Father (14 Oct 1824)
Oh Sleep Gentle Lady (14 Oct 1824)
Pray, Sisters, Pray (14 Oct 1824)
Rash Fools, Thus Malech's Will to Brave (14 Oct 1824)
Rejoice, Rejoice, and Bless This Hour (14 Oct 1824)
Set the Red Red Wine Now Flowing (14 Oct 1824)
Speak, Nor Dread the Demons' Ire (14 Oct 1824)
Why Doth Thy Blood in Terror Flow? (14 Oct 1824)
Zuric, Zuric, This Way Fly (14 Oct 1824)

Choreographers/Pieces

Kind, Friedrich Freischütz, Der (27 Dec 1824)
Unlisted Drops of Brandy (27 Dec 1824)
Imitation of Indian War Dance (27 Dec 1824)
Jack's Alive (27 Dec 1824)
Over the Water to Charley (27 Dec 1824)
Paddy Carey (27 Dec 1824)
Weber, Carl M. Freischütz, Der (27 Dec 1824)

Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Combat on horseback (26 Mar 1825)
Comic trio by the Clown and two rival blacking bottles (27 Dec 1824)

Spectacle/Pieces

Tomkins, Charles Awful invocation of the Demon, and the fiery circles, the fountain of gold and the animation of the dead (14 Oct 1824)
Unlisted Battle of the Balcony (26 Oct 1824)
Cataract of the staircase (26 Oct 1824)
Valmondi's pledge of faith, appearance of the Demon, and the fall of the sepulchre discovering the entrance to the regions of terror (14 Oct 1824)
Walker Visions of terror, and the appearance of the Demons (14 Oct 1824)
Wilkins Procession in the auto da fe (14 Oct 1824)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Matthews Hall in the Castle of Hardenberg, a (14 Oct 1824)
Hall in the Castle of Hardenberg (14 Oct 1824)
Street leading out of the place of execution (14 Oct 1824)
Street leading to the place of execution (14 Oct 1824)
Wretched hovel on the borders of the forest—the abode of Valmondi (14 Oct 1824)
Pitt, Thomas H. Outside of a baker's shop, and shop to let (27 Dec 1824)
Outside of a fruit shop and pawnbroker's (27 Dec 1824)
Outside of florist's house and garden (27 Dec 1824)
Outside of Mrs. Cafooslem's boarding house (27 Dec 1824)
Outside of oil shop and Doctor's shop by night (27 Dec 1824)
Tomkins, Charles Abode of the Fairies of the Magic Rose (27 Dec 1824)
Enchanted Forest and Magic Castle of Mother Red Cap, the (27 Dec 1824)
Exterior of Mother Red Cap's cottage on the borders of the Enchanted Forest (27 Dec 1824)
Interior of Mother Red Cap's castle with the seven hundred enchanted birds (27 Dec 1824)
Moonlight view of the fatal abbey ruins, with the exterior of the unhallowed sepulchre, a (14 Oct 1824)
Outside of a country inn (27 Dec 1824)
Palace of the Fairies, the (27 Dec 1824)
Tea gardens and ascension of a balloon (27 Dec 1824)
Terrace and flower garden, with a distant view of the Swiss mountains, a (14 Oct 1824)
Terrace and flower garden, with a view of the Swiss mountains by moonlight (14 Oct 1824)
View of the River Medway (27 Dec 1824)
Unlisted Title # 024 (14 Oct 1824)
Unlisted Title # 025 (27 Dec 1824)
Unattributed Another room in Pica's house (2 Dec 1824)
Auction room (2 Dec 1824)
Bartholomew Fair (2 Dec 1824)
Black Valley, the (27 Dec 1824)
Harp Tavern (2 Dec 1824)
I, 1 a room in the house of Mr. Pica (2 Dec 1824)
II, 1 the garden of Sir Capias Gooseberry (2 Dec 1824)
Interior of the Chapel, a printing office (2 Dec 1824)
Justice's drawing room (2 Dec 1824)
Magistrate's parlor (2 Dec 1824)
Mr. Delawhang's apartment (2 Dec 1824)
Outside of cow house (2 Dec 1824)
Parlor in the Horse Shoe and Magpie (2 Dec 1824)
Servants' hall in Valmondi's palace (14 Oct 1824)
Sir Capias's garden (2 Dec 1824)
Theatre Rural, Finchley, exterior (2 Dec 1824)
Theatre Rural, Finchley, interior (2 Dec 1824)
View of the forest, a (14 Oct 1824)
Village inn (2 Dec 1824)
Whitecross Street Prison (2 Dec 1824)
Wood, a (14 Oct 1824)
Walker Alvena's apartment and inner chamber (14 Oct 1824)
Apartment in ditto, an (14 Oct 1824)
Apartment in the Castle of Hardenberg, an (14 Oct 1824)
Banquetting hall in ditto, splendidly illuminated (14 Oct 1824)
Hall in Valmondi's palace, a (14 Oct 1824)
Wilkins Court of the Inquisition, with the trial of the accused (14 Oct 1824)
Cross and market place arranged for the execution of the culprit, the (14 Oct 1824)
Interior of the unhallowed sepulchre and entrance to regions of terror (14 Oct 1824)
Swiss village and rustic bridge, with a distant view of Valmondi's palace (14 Oct 1824)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

All at Coventry; or, Love and Laugh

(Farce by Moncrieff, William T. (Author) (2 Performances, 24 Mar 1825 - 25 Jul 1825)

Summary Cast:

Cinderella

(Undetermined by Unknown (Author) (1 Performances, 24 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Dumb Girl, The

(Undetermined by Unknown (Author) (1 Performances, 24 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Fish Out of Water; or, Cookery and Clerkship

(Farce by Lunn, Joseph (Author) (1 Performances, 24 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Fun and Fright; or, How to Gain Consent

(Burletta by Rodwell, James T. (Author) (1 Performances, 3 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Hunter and Shepherdess

(Undetermined by Unknown (Author) (1 Performances, 21 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Irish Poleander, The; or, The Lady and the Lawyer

(Burletta by Unknown (Author) (2 Performances, 26 Feb 1825 - 7 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Jamie of Aberdeen; or, Love in a Mist

(Ballet by Jones, John (Choreographer) (3 Performances, 26 Feb 1825 - 17 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

*  Life of an Actor, The

(Burletta, 3 acts) by Peake, Richard B. (Author) (70 Performances, 2 Dec 1824 - 19 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Love in an Orchard

(Undetermined by Unknown (Author) (1 Performances, 3 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Married Bachelor, The; or, Master and Man

(Burletta by O'Callaghan, P. P. (Author) (2 Performances, 15 Mar 1825 - 21 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Matter of Doubt, A; or, Seven Years Since

(Farce by Rodwell, George H. (Author) (1 Performances, 26 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Mayor of Garratt, The

(Farce by Unknown (Author) (1 Performances, 1 Jun 1825)

Summary Cast:

Miller's Maid, The

(Melodrama by Faucit, John S. (Author) (1 Performances, 1 Jun 1825)

Summary Cast:

*  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet

(Farce by Rodwell, James T. (Author) (27 Performances, 13 Dec 1824 - 26 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

*  Mother Red Cap; or, Harlequin and the Fairies of the Rose

(Comic pantomime, 14 scenes) by Unknown (Author); Herbert, George B. (Composer); Russell, W. H. (Composer) (38 Performances, 27 Dec 1824 - 24 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

No Dinner Yet; or, Sponge Out of Town

(Farce by Rodwell, James T. (Author) (11 Performances, 14 Oct 1824 - 10 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Odds and Ends; or, Which Is the Manager?

(Interlude by Planché, James R. (Author) (2 Performances, 7 Mar 1825 - 19 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Opposition; or, The Rival Dancing Masters

(Ballet by St. Albin (Choreographer) (1 Performances, 12 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Quadrupeds, The; or, The Manager's Last Kick

(Burlesque by Arnold, Samuel J. (Author) (21 Performances, 26 Oct 1824 - 26 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Race for a Wife, The

(Burletta by Unknown (Author) (1 Performances, 25 Jul 1825)

Summary Cast:

St. Ronan's Well

(Melodrama by Planché, James R. (Author) (2 Performances, 15 Mar 1825 - 21 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Sylvester Daggerwood

(Interlude by Richards (Author) (1 Performances, 1 Jun 1825)

Summary Cast:

Tereza Tomkins; or, The Fruits of Geneva

(Burlesque by Moncrieff, William T. (Author) (1 Performances, 17 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

*  Valmondi; or, The Unhallowed Sepulchre

(Spectacle, 3 acts) by Rodwell, James T. (Author) (48 Performances, 14 Oct 1824 - 12 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

Where Shall I Dine?

(Farce by Rodwell, George H. (Author) (1 Performances, 26 Mar 1825)

Summary Cast:

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

(Farce by Planché, James R. (Author) (1 Performances, 28 Feb 1825)

Summary Cast:

*  Young Widow, The; or, A Lesson for Lovers

(Farce by Rodwell, James T. (Author) (27 Performances, 1 Nov 1824 - 25 Jul 1825)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Alexander

Anderson

Anson

Barnes, E.

Belin, Master

Brady

Brown, W.

Buxton

Cahill

Campbell, Andrew

Chapman

Cooper

Cooper, Master

Daly

Dowsing

East

Elliott

Forster

Fry

Fuller

Gay

Glover

Gomersal, Alexander E.

Howard

Hudson

Jackson

James

Jervis

Jones

Jones, John

Jones, Willis

Kirby, Master

Kirby, William

Lee

Meredith

Miller

Morgan

Newton

Padbury

Paulo, Signor

Payne

Payne, R.

Payne, William H.

Phillips

Phillips, Master

Porter

Power, Tyrone

Pryer

Reeve, John

Reeves, W.

Reynolds

Rhodes

Richards

Salter

Sanders

Shaw

Shaw, J.

Shepperd

Simmonds

Smith

Smith, J. H.

Smith, Stephen

Snooks, Master

Talbot

Talkin

Taylor

Taylor, Master

Taylor, S.

Thomas, J.

Thompson

Turner

Tyler, R.

Unlisted

Villiers, James

Walbourn, Master

Walbourn, William H.

Wallace

Watson

Watson, Master

Wilkins

Wilkinson, James P.

Williams

Winks

Wrench, Benjamin

Wright

Actresses

Adams, Miss

Anderson, Mrs.

Arnold, Miss

Beaumont, Miss

Belin, Miss

Blanchard, Miss

Blanchard, Mrs. Thomas J.

Bloomfield, Miss

Bloomfield, Miss J.

Boden, Miss

Boden, Miss Rosa A.

Booth, Miss Sarah

Brown, Miss

Bryan, Mrs. Charlotte

Carr, Miss

Casciana, Miss

Chivers, Miss

Daly, Mrs.

Davis, Mrs.

Dennis, Mrs.

Follet, Mrs.

Forster, Miss

Francis, Miss

Gay, Miss

Giles, Miss

Ireland, Miss

Massano, Mlle.

Middleton, Mrs.

Moreton, Miss

Parrock, Miss Eliza

Paulo, Miss

Pemberton, Mrs.

Phillips, Miss

Poole, Miss Elizabeth

Rekey, Miss

Searle, Mrs. Caroline

Silery, Miss

Taylor, Miss

Tomlinson, Mrs.

Vidall, Miss

Weippert, Miss J.

Willis, Mrs.

Wilson, Mrs.

Dancers

Adams, Miss

Bloomfield, Miss

Bloomfield, Miss J.

Jones, John

Massano, Mlle.

Paulo, Miss

Phillips, Miss

Poole, Miss Elizabeth

Sanders

Searle, Mrs. Caroline

Silery, Miss

Simmonds

Walbourn, Master

Walbourn, William H.

Watson, Master

Entertainers

Booth, Miss Sarah

Lee

Payne

Sanders

Smith

Thompson

Musicians

Talbot

Singers

Blanchard, Miss

Boden, Miss

Boden, Miss Rosa A.

Deacon

Fry

Hudson

Jones

Morgan

Newton

Payne

Power, Tyrone

Reeve, John

Rhodes

Richards

Taylor

Taylor, Master

Taylor, Miss

Watson, Master

Wilkinson, James P.

Wilson, Mrs.

General Music Composers/Pieces

Bull, John God Save the King (25 Jul 1825)
Unlisted Balance of Straw (25 Jul 1825)
Dragoon's March, The (25 Jul 1825)
Erin Go Bragh (25 Jul 1825)
Old Towler (25 Jul 1825)
Young May Morn, The (25 Jul 1825)

General Song Composers/Pieces

Bishop, Henry R. Mynheer Van Dunck (1 Jun 1825)
Taste, O Taste this Spicy Wine (25 Jul 1825)
Bull, John God Save the King (1 Jun 1825)
Grisar, Albert When a Little Farm We Keep (1 Jun 1825)
Herbert, George B. First Vid de Grace Extraordinaire (8 Mar 1825)
Richards, Brinley Mynheer Van Dunck (1 Jun 1825)
Sloman, John Unlisted Title # 026 (26 Feb 1825)
Unlisted Black Sheep None the Worse Mutton (1 Jun 1825)
Blue Tail'd Fly, The (25 Jul 1825)
Epsom Races (1 Jun 1825)
I Shall Die an Old Maid (25 Jul 1825)
Mighty Conqueror, The (1 Jun 1825)
My Pretty Page Look Out (28 Feb 1825)
St. Patrick Was a Gentleman (1 Jun 1825)
Something New Every Day (1 Jun 1825)
Trotting Along the Road (28 Feb 1825)

General Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Comic dance (1 Jun 1825)
Comic waltz (25 Jul 1825)
Naval hornpipe (25 Jul 1825)
Pas de deux (25 Jul 1825)
Pastoral pas de deux (28 Feb 1825)
Spanish bolero (26 Mar 1825)
Tom and Jerry (28 Feb 1825)

General Entertainment/Pieces

Collins, William Ode on the Passions (8 Mar 1825)
Unlisted Appropriate address previous to the performance (25 Jul 1825)
Closing address (26 Mar 1825)
General songs and dances billed as a musical olio entitled The Feast of Apollo (1 Jun 1825)
Grand masquerade (28 Feb 1825)
Imitations of Ramo Samee, Indian juggler (28 Feb 1825)
Quadrupeds (28 Feb 1825)

General Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted General entertainment included in grand masquerade (28 Feb 1825)



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