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Calendar for 1830-1831
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THE LONDON STAGE 1800-1900

Joseph Donohue and James Ellis, General Editors

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THEATRE ROYAL, ADELPHI

(formerly THE SANS PAREIL THEATRE)

1806-1900

Calendar for 1830-1831

Edited by Alicia Kae Koger

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

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

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

Contents

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The Season

When the Adelphi Theatre opened for the season on 4 October 1830, its managers, Charles Mathews and Frederick Yates, announced on the bill "a splendid new theatre and Chinese saloon have been completed in the incredible space of seven days" (4 October 1830). The Times described the changes more fully in an article published the next day: "The decorations are brilliant and tasteful. The prevailing colours are pale yellow and blue, and the fronts of the boxes are ornamented with a profusion of scroll-work and flowers, executed in gold. The general appearance of the theatre is light and elegant."

The season included 26 plays that were performed a total of 189 times. Among the most popular were John Buckstone's Christmas pantomime, Grimalkin the Great which played 39 nights, his King of the Alps and the Misanthrope, which ran for 42 performances, and Edward Fitzball's The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death, which opened the season and ran for 36 performances. The hit of the season, however, was The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea, yet another Buckstone melodrama, which opened on 21 October 1830, and was repeated 80 times during the season. Critics concurred with the audiences' enthusiasm for the piece. The Athenćum pronounced it, "one of the most amusing ... and interesting [plays] ... of any that have been produced for years" (18 December 1830, p. 797). The Times proclaimed on 5 October "much skill has been displayed and much expense incurred, in getting up this spectacle. The scenery, chiefly the work of Tomkins, is well painted; and the different changes and transformations are adroitly executed." Particularly outstanding was the performance of O. Smith (Richard John Smith) whose characterization of the pirate Grampus was described by H. Barton Baker as "a wonderful piece of melodramatic acting" (History of the London Stage, p. 429).

As the 1830-31 season progressed, the Athenćum observed and commented upon Yates' and Mathews' management style. Noting that the audience was particularly displeased with a burlesque of The Pilot presented in December 1830, he wrote,

We rather wondered that the audience gave themselves so much trouble, because this is the only theatre we know of at which they are not permitted to have their opinions attended to--a new piece is generally advertised for 'Monday and every night during the week.' We know not whence the managers acquired this right, but it is well for them that they are allowed to keep it (4 December 1830, p. 765).

At the end of the season, the critic commented again on the managers' techniques. "They have discovered the sorts of entertainment which suit their audiences ... we do not mean to assert that they are always successful; but it comes to nearly the same thing--for, if they do not hit the house the first time, they keep discharging their pieces at it until they do" (2 April 1831, p. 221). He concluded, "the season has been, as usual, a profitable one. Indeed while the present managers continue in possession, we do not see how it can be otherwise."

In addition to the terrifying acting and thunderous voice of the villainous O. Smith, Adelphi audiences were treated to comic characters created by John Reeve and John Buckstone, gallant heroes played by Frederick Yates, and touching heroines performed by his wife. Watson Nicholson argues in The Struggle For a Free Stage in London that Mathews and Yates had collected a company of actors who had gained the respect and admiration of the public. He quotes a letter to the Tatler, which said, in part, "I trust you do not put the Adelphi on a level with its restricted neighbours. Can Covent Garden produce a list of comedians equal to Mathews, Yates, Reeve, Buckstone and Wilkinson?" (17 November 1830). The Times proclaimed Reeve "one of the best farceurs on the stage" (17 November 1830), and Charles Mathews' appearances in The May Queen (29 November 1830) and The King of the Alps won special praise from the critics. Mathews closed out the theatre's season with his one-man entertainment, Mathews' Comic Annual Vol. 2, written by his son, Charles J. Mathews, and Richard B. Peake. One critic wrote of the elder Mathews' performance: "We hold it to be one of Mr. Mathews' best volumes ... What is weak in it he strengthens and enriches; what is old he makes new; what is commonplace, he exalts" (Mathews, Memoirs of Charles J. Mathews, Comedian, vol. 4, p. 79).

As the Adelphi Company closed out their season, the managers presented ten appearances by the French company of Mons. Potier with a repertory of twenty-one plays. These ran during June in alternation with Mathews' Comic Annual but received little attention in the London press. Among the principal performers were Mons. Potier, Mons. Guenee, Mons. Preval, Mlle. St. Ange, and Mlle. Florval.

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Daily Calendar For 1830-1831


4 Oct 1830
Mon eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; "written expressly for this theatre by the author of The Pilot, Flying Dutchman, Red Rover, Devil's Elixir; partially founded on Lord Byron's Deformed Transformed" (bill)
AU: [Edward Fitzball], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, next 5 Oct 1830

Genre (musical drama) entirely new and original romantic burletta spectacle of interest; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Octolar (slave, condemned to the Wheel of Death): [Frederick H.] Yates; Kalmakhan (proprietor of the Gold Mill): S[tephen] Smith; Zedoline (young Tartar sailor): [Henry?] Hemming; Remmy Mac Cullough O'Bormagher (his follower): Downe (fr TR York, 1st app); Usbeck (formerly a merchant, reduced to a fisherman): Gallot; Chuno (his son): [John B.] Buckstone; The Black Vulture (Demon of the Mountains): O. Smith; Maleck (slave driver): Chapman; Kangohong (Tartar crier): Edwin seven charmed hunters doomed by the Vulture to unceasing sleep Chingchis: Taylor; Ximine: Fry; Bosphor: C. Morris; Kolus: V. Webster; Acbar: Willing; Uraddin: Charles; Ophan: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt gnomes employed in the Gold Mill Hans: [Stephen?] Smith; Coglar: Master Kelly; Hopwyr: Gallot; Sailwyng: Kerr; Aieros: Jones Nikoul Nadir (principal gnome): Willson; gold washers, officers, slaves, fishermen; Ozinda (a sybie [sic] huntress, devoted to the destruction of the Black Vulture): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Nubida (Usbeck's second wife): Mrs. Daly; Ianthe (sister to Chuno): Miss M[ary] Glover (fr TR Haymarket, 1st app here)

Cast Comment Willson billed as "Wilson" this pc only, elsewhere as "Willson"; Smith playing Hans appears without an initial; we assume him to be S[tephen] Smith; Miss Mary Glover is mentioned in A. E. Wilson's East End Entertainment, p. 98

Reference Cast

Octolar: Frederick H. Yates
Kalmakhan: Stephen Smith
Zedoline: Henry? Hemming
Remmy Mac Cullough O'Bormagher:
   Downe

Usbeck: Gallot
Chuno: John B. Buckstone
The Black Vulture: O. Smith
Chingchis: Taylor
Ximine: Fry
Bosphor: C. Morris
Kolus: V. Webster
Acbar: Willing
Uraddin: Charles
Ophan: Frederick H. Mordaunt
Hans: Stephen? Smith
Coglar: Master Kelly
Hopwyr: Gallot
Sailwyng: Kerr
Aieros: Jones
Nikoul Nadir: Willson
Ozinda: Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam
Nubida: Mrs. Daly
Ianthe: Miss Mary Glover

"Mysterious appearance of Kalmakhan's dormitory, magical assumption" [Godbee (arr)]; "discovery of the burning abyss and cataract of flame!"

1. courtyard and portico of Judgment Hall with Tartar city in the distance (Pitt); 2. picturesque fisherman's cottage on the banks of the Caspian Sea (Tomkins); 3. torrent of the gold-washers with the wheel of death (Tomkins); 4. Tartar causeway with view of Vulture's tower and giant mountains (Tomkins); 5. interior of fisherman's cottage (Pitt); 6. deck of Tartar galley enveloped by sea mist (Tomkins); 7. wreck of Tartar galley (Tomkins); 8. the elfin mill of the gold-grinders on the summit of the giant mountain (Tomkins) 9. passage of the Vulture! (Tomkins); 10. romantic valley leading to the cavern of sleep with the seven charmed hunters (Pitt); 11. the battlements of the Vulture's tower (Tomkins); 12. unhallowed temple devoted to the worship of the Black Vulture (Pitt) entirely new scenery

"the effect of the double stage cannot be given by any other theatre" (October 7 bill)

"The new overture and the whole of the music by G. H. Rodwell" (bill)

2) A Dead Shot (1)

AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, next 5 Oct 1830

Genre (farce) comic burletta

First Night Cast

Capt. Cannon: Gallot; Mr. Hector Timid: [John B.] Buckstone; Mr. Wiseman: S[tephen] Smith; Louisa Lovetrick: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Chatter: Miss Daly

Reference Cast

Capt. Cannon: Bayne
Mr. Hector Timid: John B.
   Buckstone

Mr. Wiseman: Stephen Smith
Louisa Lovetrick: Mrs. Edward
   Fitzwilliam

Chatter: Miss Daly
Charles: V. Webster

3) The Bricklayer's Arms (1)

AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, next 5 Oct 1830

Genre (farce) comic burletta

First Night Cast

Lord Osmond: Chapman; Mr. Osmond: V. Webster; Pat: [John] Sanders; Mat Mudlark: [James P.] Wilkinson; Mr. Flayalive: S[tephen] Smith; Quilldrive: C. Morris; servants, clerks; Lady Harriet: Miss M[ary] Glover; Hon. Mrs Starch: Mrs. Gallot; Lady Osmond: Mrs. Daly; Mrs. Maggs: Miss [Millie?] Barnett; Peggy: Miss Daly

Reference Cast

Lord Osmond: Chapman
Mr. Osmond: V. Webster
Pat: John Sanders
Mat Mudlark: James P. Wilkinson
Mr. Flayalive: Stephen Smith
Quilldrive: C. Morris
Lady Harriet: Miss Mary Glover
Hon. Mrs Starch: Mrs. Gallot
Lady Osmond: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Maggs: Miss Millie?
   Barnett

Peggy: Miss Daly

"Each Bower Has Beauty for Me", Miss M[ary] Glover


5 Oct 1830
Tue eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (2)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 4 Oct 1830, next 6 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

ADDS Maleck: Chapman
Kangohong: Edwin

2) A Dead Shot (2)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 4 Oct 1830, next 6 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Capt. Cannon: Gallot
OMITS Charles: V. Webster

3) The Bricklayer's Arms (2)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 4 Oct 1830, next 6 Oct 1830


6 Oct 1830
Wed eve
Adelphi
4 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (3)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 5 Oct 1830, next 7 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

ADDS Maleck: Chapman
Kangohong: Edwin

2) A Dead Shot (3)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 5 Oct 1830, next 7 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Capt. Cannon: Gallot
OMITS Charles: V. Webster

3) The Bricklayer's Arms (3)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 5 Oct 1830, next 25 Nov 1830


7 Oct 1830
Thu eve
Adelphi
7 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (4)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 6 Oct 1830, next 8 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

ADDS Maleck: Chapman
Kangohong: Edwin

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Joseph Lunn]

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, next 8 Oct 1830

Genre (farce) new comic burletta

First Night Cast

Mr. Egotus Altoloque: S[tephen] Smith; Mr. Manifold Moonshine: Gallot; Mynheer Von Bleutenspielen: Chapman; Monsieur Capriole: V. Webster; Mr. Frederick Similus: [Frederick H.] Yates characters assumed by Yates Mynheer Von Bleutenspielen, a German composer: [Frederick H.] Yates; Jarvie Wheelem (conductor to the steam diligence): [Frederick H.] Yates; Katty O'Dab (Irish washerwoman): [Frederick H.] Yates; Monsieur Capriole, hair dresser and opera ballet dancer: [Frederick H.] Yates; Egotus Altoloque, a teacher of elocution: [Frederick H.] Yates creditors: C. Morris, Willing, Taylor, Charles, Fry, Miss Nursey, Miss Beaumont; Letitia Moonshine: Miss Daly

Cast Comment Egotus Altoloque rendered this bill only as "Egostus Altoloque"; Miss Nursey appears here as "Miss Narcy"

Reference Cast

Mr. Egotus Altoloque: Stephen
   Smith

Mr. Manifold Moonshine: Gallot
Mynheer Von Bleutenspielen:
   Chapman

Monsieur Capriole: V. Webster
Mr. Frederick Similus: Frederick
   H. Yates

Mynheer Von Bleutenspielen, a
   German composer: Frederick H.
   Yates

Jarvie Wheelem: Frederick H.
   Yates

Katty O'Dab: Frederick H. Yates
Monsieur Capriole, hair dresser
   and opera ballet dancer:
   Frederick H. Yates

Egotus Altoloque, a teacher of
   elocution: Frederick H. Yates
creditors:
   C. Morris
   Willing
   Taylor
   Charles
   Fry
   Miss Nursey
   Miss Beaumont
Letitia Moonshine: Miss Daly

licensed as Seeming and Scheming; or, Attic Science and Mimic Art

3) A Dead Shot (4)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 6 Oct 1830, next 8 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Capt. Cannon: Gallot
OMITS Charles: V. Webster

8 Oct 1830
Fri eve
Adelphi
7 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (5)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 7 Oct 1830, next 9 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

ADDS Maleck: Chapman
Kangohong: Edwin

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (2)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 7 Oct 1830, next 9 Oct 1830

3) A Dead Shot (5)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 7 Oct 1830, next 9 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Capt. Cannon: Gallot
OMITS Charles: V. Webster

9 Oct 1830
Sat eve
Adelphi
7 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (6)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 8 Oct 1830, next 11 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

ADDS Maleck: Chapman
Kangohong: Edwin

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (3)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 8 Oct 1830, next 11 Oct 1830

3) A Dead Shot (6)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 8 Oct 1830, next 3 Jan 1831

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Capt. Cannon: Gallot
OMITS Charles: V. Webster

11 Oct 1830
Mon eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (7)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 9 Oct 1830, next 12 Oct 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (4)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 9 Oct 1830, next 12 Oct 1830

Cast truncated in the source

3) William and Adelaide (1)

Title Comment 1st time here; "By permission of the proprietors of Vauxhall Gardens" (bill) Not licensed
AU: [Edward Fitzball], COMP: Henry R. Bishop

Performances first 11 Oct 1830, next 12 Oct 1830

Genre (burletta) local, loyal, patriotic burletta

First Night Cast

principal characters: Downe, Gallot, [James P.] Wilkinson, Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam, Miss M[ary] Glover

Reference Cast

principal characters:
   Downe
   Gallot
   James P. Wilkinson
   Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam
   Miss Mary Glover

1. the cabin of the Royal William rigged out in honor of William, our King, and Adelaide, our Queen


12 Oct 1830
Tue eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (8)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 11 Oct 1830, next 13 Oct 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (5)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 11 Oct 1830, next 13 Oct 1830

3) William and Adelaide (2)

Performances first 11 Oct 1830, previous 11 Oct 1830, next 13 Oct 1830


13 Oct 1830
Wed eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (9)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 12 Oct 1830, next 14 Oct 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (6)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 12 Oct 1830, next 14 Oct 1830

3) William and Adelaide (3)

Performances first 11 Oct 1830, previous 12 Oct 1830, next 14 Oct 1830


14 Oct 1830
Thu eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (10)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 13 Oct 1830, next 15 Oct 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (7)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 13 Oct 1830, next 15 Oct 1830

3) William and Adelaide (4)

Performances first 11 Oct 1830, previous 13 Oct 1830, next 15 Oct 1830


15 Oct 1830
Fri eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (11)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 14 Oct 1830, next 16 Oct 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (8)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 14 Oct 1830, next 16 Oct 1830

3) William and Adelaide (5)

Performances first 11 Oct 1830, previous 14 Oct 1830, next 16 Oct 1830


16 Oct 1830
Sat eve
Adelphi
11 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (12)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 15 Oct 1830, next 18 Oct 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (9)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 15 Oct 1830, next 18 Oct 1830

3) William and Adelaide (6)

Performances first 11 Oct 1830, previous 15 Oct 1830


18 Oct 1830
Mon eve
Adelphi
18 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (13)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 16 Oct 1830, next 19 Oct 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (10)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 16 Oct 1830, next 19 Oct 1830

3) Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (1)

Title Comment Subtitle not on bill
AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 18 Oct 1830, next 19 Oct 1830

Genre (burlesque) favorite burlesque burletta

First Night Cast

Billy Taylor: John Reeve; Carolus: O. Smith; Capt. Flatbottom: Gallot; Old Nicholas: S[tephen] Smith; Ben Blockhead: [John] Sanders; Mary Wagstaff: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Kitty Sligo: Miss M[ary] Glover

Reference Cast

Billy Taylor: John Reeve
Carolus: O. Smith
Capt. Flatbottom: Gallot
Old Nicholas: Stephen Smith
Ben Blockhead: John Sanders
Mary Wagstaff: Mrs. Edward
   Fitzwilliam

Kitty Sligo: Miss Mary Glover

hornpipe (in character): John Reeve

"fearful combat": John Reeve, O. Smith; "terrible incantation"; "attack on enemy's fleet and actual blowing up of the same by the gallant crew of the Thunderbomb"


19 Oct 1830
Tue eve
Adelphi
18 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (14)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 18 Oct 1830, next 20 Oct 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (11)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 18 Oct 1830, next 20 Oct 1830

3) Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (2)

Performances first 18 Oct 1830, previous 18 Oct 1830, next 20 Oct 1830


20 Oct 1830
Wed eve
Adelphi
18 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (15)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 19 Oct 1830, next 21 Oct 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (12)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 19 Oct 1830, next 25 Oct 1830

3) Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (3)

Performances first 18 Oct 1830, previous 19 Oct 1830, next 21 Oct 1830


21 Oct 1830
Thu eve
Adelphi
21 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [John B. Buckstone], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, next 22 Oct 1830

Genre (burletta) entirely new and original domestic burletta of deep interest; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Miles Bertram (Squire of Moatley): [Frederick H.] Yates; Walter Barnard (young farmer): [Henry?] Hemming; Captain Grampus (smuggler): O. Smith; Marmaduke Magog (parish constable): John Reeve; Jemmy Starling (farmer's boy): [John B.] Buckstone; William: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt; Andrew Phipps: [John] Sanders; Thomas: Taylor; Harry: Willing; Hiram Taylor: C. Morris; Lieutenant of Pressgang: Chapman; pressgang, labourers: Unlisted; Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates (1st time this season); Bella (her sister): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Dame Barnard: Mrs. Daly; Blackadder (pirate): Gallot pirates Avory: S[tephen] Smith; Culverdine: Fry; Smith: Phillips; Barbelot: V. Webster Gaffer Fallowfield: Willson; villagers, revenue officers: [Unlisted]; Lucy: Miss Stallard; Mrs. Starling: Miss Beaumont

Reference Cast

Miles Bertram: Frederick H.
   Yates

Walter Barnard: Henry? Hemming
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog: John Reeve
Jemmy Starling: John B.
   Buckstone

William: Frederick H. Mordaunt
Andrew Phipps: John Sanders
Thomas: Taylor
Harry: Willing
Hiram Taylor: C. Morris
Lieutenant of Pressgang:
   Chapman

pressgang, labourers: Unlisted
Alice: Mrs. Frederick H. Yates
Bella: Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam
Dame Barnard: Mrs. Daly
Blackadder: Stephen Smith
Avory: Jones
Culverdine: Fry
Smith: Phillips
Barbelot: V. Webster
Gaffer Fallowfield: Willson
villagers, revenue officers:
   Unlisted

Lucy: Miss Stallard
Mrs. Starling: Miss Beaumont

I [winter] I,i farmyard on the Essex Marshes (Tomkins); I,ii room in Moatley Manor (Pitt); I,iii snow landscape (Tomkins); I,iv frozen marsh (Tomkins); II [summer] II,i the farm yard in summer (Tomkins); II,ii summer landscape (Tomkins); II,iii interior of cottage (Pitt); II,iv old hall in Moatley Manor (Pitt)

2) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (16)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 20 Oct 1830, next 22 Oct 1830

Cast truncated in the source

3) Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (4)

Performances first 18 Oct 1830, previous 20 Oct 1830, next 22 Oct 1830

Cast truncated in the source


22 Oct 1830
Fri eve
Adelphi
21 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (2)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 21 Oct 1830, next 23 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1830)

BUT Blackadder: Gallot
Avory: Stephen Smith

2) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (17)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 21 Oct 1830, next 23 Oct 1830

3) Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (5)

Performances first 18 Oct 1830, previous 21 Oct 1830, next 23 Oct 1830


23 Oct 1830
Sat eve
Adelphi
21 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (3)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 22 Oct 1830, next 25 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1830)

BUT Blackadder: Gallot
Avory: Stephen Smith

2) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (18)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 22 Oct 1830, next 25 Oct 1830

3) Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (6)

Performances first 18 Oct 1830, previous 22 Oct 1830, next 17 Jan 1831


25 Oct 1830
Mon eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (4)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 23 Oct 1830, next 26 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1830)

BUT Blackadder: Gallot
Avory: Stephen Smith

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (13)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 20 Oct 1830, next 26 Oct 1830

Cast truncated in the source

3) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (19)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 23 Oct 1830, next 26 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

26 Oct 1830
Tue eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (5)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 25 Oct 1830, next 27 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1830)

BUT Blackadder: Gallot
Avory: Stephen Smith

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (14)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 25 Oct 1830, next 27 Oct 1830

3) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (20)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 25 Oct 1830, next 27 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

27 Oct 1830
Wed eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (6)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 26 Oct 1830, next 28 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1830)

BUT Blackadder: Gallot
Avory: Stephen Smith

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (15)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 26 Oct 1830, next 28 Oct 1830

3) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (21)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 26 Oct 1830, next 28 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

28 Oct 1830
Thu eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (7)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 27 Oct 1830, next 29 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1830)

BUT Blackadder: Gallot
Avory: Stephen Smith

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (16)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 27 Oct 1830, next 29 Oct 1830

3) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (22)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 27 Oct 1830, next 29 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

29 Oct 1830
Fri eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (8)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 28 Oct 1830, next 30 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1830)

BUT Blackadder: Gallot
Avory: Stephen Smith

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (17)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 28 Oct 1830, next 30 Oct 1830

3) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (23)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 28 Oct 1830, next 30 Oct 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

30 Oct 1830
Sat eve
Adelphi
25 Oct 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (9)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 29 Oct 1830, next 1 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (21 Oct 1830)

BUT Blackadder: Gallot
Avory: Stephen Smith

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (18)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 29 Oct 1830, next 1 Nov 1830

3) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (24)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 29 Oct 1830, next 1 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly


1 Nov 1830
Mon eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (10)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 30 Oct 1830, next 2 Nov 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (19)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 30 Oct 1830, next 2 Nov 1830

3) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (25)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 30 Oct 1830, next 2 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
Usbeck: Chapman
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

2 Nov 1830
Tue eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (11)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 1 Nov 1830, next 3 Nov 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (20)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 1 Nov 1830, next 3 Nov 1830

3) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (26)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 1 Nov 1830, next 3 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
Usbeck: Chapman
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

3 Nov 1830
Wed eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (12)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 2 Nov 1830, next 4 Nov 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (21)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 2 Nov 1830, next 4 Nov 1830

3) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (27)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 2 Nov 1830, next 4 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
Usbeck: Chapman
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

4 Nov 1830
Thu eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (13)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 3 Nov 1830, next 5 Nov 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (22)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 3 Nov 1830, next 5 Nov 1830

3) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (28)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 3 Nov 1830, next 5 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
Usbeck: Chapman
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

5 Nov 1830
Fri eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (14)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 4 Nov 1830, next 6 Nov 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (23)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 4 Nov 1830, next 6 Nov 1830

3) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (29)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 4 Nov 1830, next 6 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
Usbeck: Chapman
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

6 Nov 1830
Sat eve
Adelphi
1 Nov 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (15)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 5 Nov 1830, next 8 Nov 1830

2) Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science (24)

Performances first 7 Oct 1830, previous 5 Nov 1830

3) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (30)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 5 Nov 1830, next 8 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
Usbeck: Chapman
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

8 Nov 1830
Mon eve
Adelphi
8 Nov 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (16)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 6 Nov 1830, next 9 Nov 1830

2) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (31)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 6 Nov 1830, next 9 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
Usbeck: Chapman
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (1)

AU: [Samuel J. Arnold]

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, next 9 Nov 1830

Genre (burlesque) celebrated burlesque burletta

First Night Cast

Francisco: O. Smith; Pearcey: [John B.] Buckstone; Bernardo: [John] Sanders; Abrahamides: John Reeve; Bartholomeus: V. Webster; Isaacos: Chapman; Humphriminos: C. Morris; Christophorides: Willson; Timotheus: J. Shaw; Pucker: S[tephen] Smith; Dorothea: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Tinderella: Miss Daly; Blousedora: Miss [Millie?] Barnett; Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

Reference Cast

Francisco: O. Smith
Pearcey: John B. Buckstone
Bernardo: John Sanders
Abrahamides: John Reeve
Bartholomeus: V. Webster
Isaacos: Chapman
Humphriminos: C. Morris
Christophorides: Willson
Timotheus: J. Shaw
Pucker: Stephen Smith
Dorothea: Miss Daly
Tinderella: Miss Stallard
Blousedora: Miss Millie?
   Barnett

Mopperella: Mrs. Daly

parody (of "Heavy Wet"): John Reeve

imitations: John Reeve

"grand attack of horse and foot"

once a main piece, now shortened and reduced to an afterpiece


9 Nov 1830
Tue eve
Adelphi
8 Nov 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (17)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 8 Nov 1830, next 10 Nov 1830

2) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (32)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 8 Nov 1830, next 10 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
Usbeck: Chapman
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

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

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 8 Nov 1830, next 10 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (8 Nov 1830)

BUT Dorothea: Mrs. Edward
  Fitzwilliam

Tinderella: Miss Daly

10 Nov 1830
Wed eve
Adelphi
8 Nov 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (18)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 9 Nov 1830, next 11 Nov 1830

2) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (33)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 9 Nov 1830, next 11 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
Usbeck: Chapman
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

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

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 9 Nov 1830, next 11 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (8 Nov 1830)

BUT Dorothea: Mrs. Edward
  Fitzwilliam

Tinderella: Miss Daly

11 Nov 1830
Thu eve
Adelphi
8 Nov 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (19)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 10 Nov 1830, next 12 Nov 1830

2) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (34)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 10 Nov 1830, next 12 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
Usbeck: Chapman
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (4)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 10 Nov 1830, next 12 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (8 Nov 1830)

BUT Dorothea: Mrs. Edward
  Fitzwilliam

Tinderella: Miss Daly

12 Nov 1830
Fri eve
Adelphi
8 Nov 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (20)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 11 Nov 1830, next 13 Nov 1830

2) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (35)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 11 Nov 1830, next 13 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
Usbeck: Chapman
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (5)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 11 Nov 1830, next 13 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (8 Nov 1830)

BUT Dorothea: Mrs. Edward
  Fitzwilliam

Tinderella: Miss Daly

13 Nov 1830
Sat eve
Adelphi
8 Nov 1830
playbill
British Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (21)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 12 Nov 1830, next 15 Nov 1830

2) The Black Vulture; or, The Wheel of Death (36)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 12 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (4 Oct 1830)

BUT Octolar: O. Smith
Usbeck: Chapman
The Black Vulture: John Sanders
Ozinda: Miss Daly

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (6)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 12 Nov 1830, next 15 Nov 1830

Cast as reference cast (8 Nov 1830)

BUT Dorothea: Mrs. Edward
  Fitzwilliam

Tinderella: Miss Daly

15 Nov 1830
Mon eve
Adelphi
15 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; "Taken from the celebrated novel of the same name by Cooper" (bill). MS note: "B. Bernard, not pub"
AU: [William B. Bernard]

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, next 16 Nov 1830

Genre (burletta) new and original nautical burletta

First Night Cast

Alderman Beverout (merchant of New York): Downe; Cicero (his head nigger): [John B.] Buckstone; Jacob Von Skaats (patroon of Kilderhook): Bayne (fr Glasgow Theatre); Peter Prong (primitive settler): John Reeve; Thomas Tiller (the Skimmer of the Sea): [Frederick H.] Yates; Capt. Ludlow (of HMS Coquette): [Henry?] Hemming; Yarn (fisherman): S[tephen] Smith; Lieutenant Luff: Chapman; Brail: C. Morris; Trysail: [John] Sanders; Negroes, sailors, marines: Fry, Charles, Taylor, Willing, Willson, [Frederick H.] Mordaunt; Eudora (under the disguise of Seadrift): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Alida de Barbarie: Miss M[ary] Glover; Miss Tabitha Von Skaats: Mrs. Daly

Cast Comment "Willing" misspelled "winning" on variant bills printed by Rowley

Reference Cast

Alderman Beverout: Downe
Cicero: John B. Buckstone
Jacob Von Skaats: Bayne
Peter Prong: John Reeve
Thomas Tiller: Frederick H.
   Yates

Capt. Ludlow: Henry? Hemming
Yarn: Stephen Smith
Lieutenant Luff: Chapman
Brail: C. Morris
Trysail: John Sanders
Negroes, sailors, marines:
   Fry
   Charles
   Taylor
   Willing
   Willson
   Frederick H. Mordaunt
Eudora: Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam
Alida de Barbarie: Miss Mary
   Glover

Miss Tabitha Von Skaats: Mrs.
   Daly

"HMS Coquette under weigh, chase of Water Witch, her escape through the mist and storm" (Tomkins); "supposed supernatural appearance of the figurehead through the dreaded marine phenomenon," "a waterspout"; "the brigantine beating through in full sail"

1. cove of Sandy Hook (Tomkins); 2. outskirts of the Alderman's retreat, the Lust in Rust (Tomkins); 3. apartment in Alderman's (Pitt); 4.[moonlight] interior of Alida's pavilion with ocean view (Pitt); 5. approach of Skimmer (Pitt); 6. beach of the bay, Water Witch and Coquette in distance (Tomkins); 7. between decks of the Water Witch (Pitt); 8. coast view (Tomkins); 9. H.M.S. Coquette, broadside section (Tomkins); 10. the American coast, enveloped in fog (Tomkins)

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (22)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 13 Nov 1830, next 16 Nov 1830

Cast truncated in the source

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (7)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 13 Nov 1830, next 16 Nov 1830

Cast truncated in the source


16 Nov 1830
Tue eve
Adelphi
15 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (2)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 15 Nov 1830, next 17 Nov 1830

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (23)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 15 Nov 1830, next 17 Nov 1830

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (8)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 15 Nov 1830, next 17 Nov 1830


17 Nov 1830
Wed eve
Adelphi
15 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (3)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 16 Nov 1830, next 18 Nov 1830

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (24)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 16 Nov 1830, next 18 Nov 1830

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (9)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 16 Nov 1830, next 18 Nov 1830


18 Nov 1830
Thu eve
Adelphi
18 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (4)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 17 Nov 1830, next 19 Nov 1830

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (25)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 17 Nov 1830, next 19 Nov 1830

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (10)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 17 Nov 1830, next 19 Nov 1830


19 Nov 1830
Fri eve
Adelphi
18 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (5)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 18 Nov 1830, next 20 Nov 1830

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (26)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 18 Nov 1830, next 20 Nov 1830

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (11)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 18 Nov 1830, next 20 Nov 1830


20 Nov 1830
Sat eve
Adelphi
18 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (6)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 19 Nov 1830, next 22 Nov 1830

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (27)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 19 Nov 1830, next 22 Nov 1830

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (12)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 19 Nov 1830, next 22 Nov 1830


22 Nov 1830
Mon eve
Adelphi
22 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (7)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 20 Nov 1830, next 23 Nov 1830

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (28)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 20 Nov 1830, next 23 Nov 1830

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (13)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 20 Nov 1830, next 23 Nov 1830


23 Nov 1830
Tue eve
Adelphi
22 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (8)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 22 Nov 1830, next 24 Nov 1830

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (29)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 22 Nov 1830, next 24 Nov 1830

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (14)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 22 Nov 1830, next 24 Nov 1830


24 Nov 1830
Wed eve
Adelphi
22 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (9)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 23 Nov 1830, next 25 Nov 1830

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (30)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 23 Nov 1830, next 25 Nov 1830

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (15)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 23 Nov 1830, next 7 Feb 1831


25 Nov 1830
Thu eve
Adelphi
25 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (10)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 24 Nov 1830, next 26 Nov 1830

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (31)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 24 Nov 1830, next 26 Nov 1830

3) The Bricklayer's Arms (4)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 6 Oct 1830, next 26 Nov 1830

Cast truncated in the source


26 Nov 1830
Fri eve
Adelphi
25 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (11)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 25 Nov 1830, next 27 Nov 1830

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (32)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 25 Nov 1830, next 27 Nov 1830

3) The Bricklayer's Arms (5)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 25 Nov 1830, next 27 Nov 1830


27 Nov 1830
Sat eve
Adelphi
25 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (12)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 26 Nov 1830, next 29 Nov 1830

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (33)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 26 Nov 1830, next 29 Nov 1830

3) The Bricklayer's Arms (6)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 26 Nov 1830


29 Nov 1830
Mon eve
Adelphi
29 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; burlesque of The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Sea
AU: [John B. Buckstone], [Frederick H.] Yates
Au Comm Yates author of prelude only

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, next 30 Nov 1830

Genre (burlesque) fresh water, extravaganzical, comical, caricaturish burlesque burletta adapted to existing circumstances; prelude, 4 scenes

First Night Cast

characters in the prelude Mr. Yates: [Frederick H.] Yates; call boy: "First Old Man"; prompter: "Prig" characters in the burlesque The Pilot: [James P.] Wilkinson; Captain How-hard (of the tender): S[tephen] Smith; Fat Tom Coffin: John Reeve; Lieut. Gen. Boroughcliff (promoted and shrunk): [John B.] Buckstone; Master Barney Barnstable (runaway from the sea): O. Smith; Serjeant Drill (by the original): [John] Sanders; Lieut. Toughman (officer of the tender): V. Webster; Backwater (1st waterman): Charles; Scully (2d waterman): C. Morris; waiter: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt; cabman: Chapman; watermen, tender officers, marines: [Unlisted]; troop of Horse Marines: [Unlisted]; Miss Kitty Plowden: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam

Reference Cast

Mr. Yates: Frederick H. Yates
call boy: "First Old Man"
prompter: "Prig"
The Pilot: James P. Wilkinson
Captain How-hard: Stephen Smith
Fat Tom Coffin: John Reeve
Lieut. Gen. Boroughcliff: John
   B. Buckstone

Master Barney Barnstable: O.
   Smith

Serjeant Drill: John Sanders
Lieut. Toughman: V. Webster
Backwater: Charles
Scully: C. Morris
waiter: Frederick H. Mordaunt
cabman: Chapman
watermen, tender officers,
   marines: Unlisted
troop of Horse Marines:
   Unlisted

Miss Kitty Plowden: Miss Mary
   Glover

parody: "Bound 'Prentice to a Waterman", Charles, C. Morris; parody: "The Fireman Waterman", Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; parody: "Finale to the Lancers' Quadrille", O. Smith, John Reeve, Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; trio: "Brandy Duet", [John B.] Buckstone, S[tephen] Smith, Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; "Storm Duet" (from The Pilot), Charles, C. Morris; parody: (chorus from pantomime scene from Don Giovanni), Fry, Taylor; parody: "Sparrow Duet", [James P.] Wilkinson, Chapman, C. Morris; parody: (dance in Guilluame Tell), Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; parody: "Come Where the Aspens Quiver", John Reeve Songs in this piece all billed as "parodies on popular airs"

(diii)"the Thames in a tempest and loss of the Funny Ariel"; "the dreadful mode of warfare to be adopted by the horse marines showing the fatal effects of the pea and bladder fight"

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (34)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 27 Nov 1830, next 30 Nov 1830

3) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (13)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 27 Nov 1830, next 30 Nov 1830

Cast truncated for reasons of space


30 Nov 1830
Tue eve
Adelphi
29 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (2)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 29 Nov 1830, next 1 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

BUT Miss Kitty Plowden: Mrs.
  Edward Fitzwilliam

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (35)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 29 Nov 1830, next 1 Dec 1830

3) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (14)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 29 Nov 1830, next 1 Dec 1830


1 Dec 1830
Wed eve
Adelphi
29 Nov 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (3)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 30 Nov 1830, next 2 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

BUT Miss Kitty Plowden: Mrs.
  Edward Fitzwilliam

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (36)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 30 Nov 1830, next 2 Dec 1830

3) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (15)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 30 Nov 1830, next 2 Dec 1830


2 Dec 1830
Thu eve
Adelphi
2 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (4)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 1 Dec 1830, next 3 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

BUT Miss Kitty Plowden: Mrs.
  Edward Fitzwilliam

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (37)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 1 Dec 1830, next 3 Dec 1830

3) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (16)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 1 Dec 1830, next 3 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1830)

BUT Eudora: Miss Daly

3 Dec 1830
Fri eve
Adelphi
2 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (5)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 2 Dec 1830, next 4 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

BUT Miss Kitty Plowden: Mrs.
  Edward Fitzwilliam

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (38)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 2 Dec 1830, next 4 Dec 1830

3) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (17)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 2 Dec 1830, next 4 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1830)

BUT Eudora: Miss Daly

4 Dec 1830
Sat eve
Adelphi
2 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (6)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 3 Dec 1830, next 6 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

BUT Miss Kitty Plowden: Mrs.
  Edward Fitzwilliam

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (39)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 3 Dec 1830, next 6 Dec 1830

3) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (18)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 3 Dec 1830, next 6 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1830)

BUT Eudora: Miss Daly

6 Dec 1830
Mon eve
Adelphi
6 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (7)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 4 Dec 1830, next 7 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

BUT Miss Kitty Plowden: Mrs.
  Edward Fitzwilliam

Cast truncated for reasons of space

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (40)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 4 Dec 1830, next 7 Dec 1830

3) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (19)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 4 Dec 1830, next 7 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1830)

BUT Thomas Tiller: Henry?
  Hemming

Capt. Ludlow: V. Webster
Eudora: Miss Daly

7 Dec 1830
Tue eve
Adelphi
6 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (8)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 6 Dec 1830, next 8 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

BUT Miss Kitty Plowden: Mrs.
  Edward Fitzwilliam

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (41)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 6 Dec 1830, next 8 Dec 1830

3) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (20)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 6 Dec 1830, next 8 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1830)

BUT Thomas Tiller: Henry?
  Hemming

Capt. Ludlow: V. Webster
Eudora: Miss Daly

8 Dec 1830
Wed eve
Adelphi
6 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (9)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 7 Dec 1830, next 9 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

BUT Miss Kitty Plowden: Mrs.
  Edward Fitzwilliam

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (42)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 7 Dec 1830, next 13 Dec 1830

3) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (21)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 7 Dec 1830, next 9 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1830)

BUT Thomas Tiller: Henry?
  Hemming

Capt. Ludlow: V. Webster
Eudora: Miss Daly

9 Dec 1830
Thu eve
Adelphi
9 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The May Queen; or, Sampson the Serjeant (1)

AU: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances first 9 Dec 1830, next 10 Dec 1830

Genre (farce) favorite domestic burletta

First Night Cast

Hugh Bowyer (a steward): Downe; Captain Evershot: V. Webster; Serjeant Stephen Sampson: [Henry?] Hemming; corporal: [John] Sanders; Dick (a drummer): C. Morris; soldier: S[tephen] Smith; Caleb Pipkin (a tinker): Charles Mathews (1st app this season); Tommy Tit (a birdcatcher): [John B.] Buckstone; Mary Bowyer: Miss Daly; Mrs. Pipkin: Miss M[ary] Glover

Reference Cast

Hugh Bowyer: Downe
Captain Evershot: V. Webster
Serjeant Stephen Sampson: Henry?
   Hemming

corporal: John Sanders
Dick: C. Morris
soldier: Stephen Smith
Caleb Pipkin: Charles Mathews
Tommy Tit: John B. Buckstone
Mary Bowyer: Miss Daly
Mrs. Pipkin: Miss Mary Glover

comic song: "The Humours of a Country Fair", Charles Mathews

(di) dance: Miss Stallard

2) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (22)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 8 Dec 1830, next 10 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1830)

BUT Thomas Tiller: Henry?
  Hemming

Capt. Ludlow: V. Webster
Eudora: Miss Daly

3) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (10)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 8 Dec 1830, next 10 Dec 1830


10 Dec 1830
Fri eve
Adelphi
9 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The May Queen; or, Sampson the Serjeant (2)

Performances first 9 Dec 1830, previous 9 Dec 1830, next 11 Dec 1830

2) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (23)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 9 Dec 1830, next 11 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1830)

BUT Thomas Tiller: Henry?
  Hemming

Capt. Ludlow: V. Webster
Eudora: Miss Daly

3) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (11)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 9 Dec 1830, next 11 Dec 1830


11 Dec 1830
Sat eve
Adelphi
9 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The May Queen; or, Sampson the Serjeant (3)

Performances first 9 Dec 1830, previous 10 Dec 1830

2) The Water Witch; or, The Skimmer of the Sea (24)

Performances first 15 Nov 1830, previous 10 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (15 Nov 1830)

BUT Thomas Tiller: Henry?
  Hemming

Capt. Ludlow: V. Webster
Eudora: Miss Daly

3) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (12)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 10 Dec 1830, next 13 Dec 1830


13 Dec 1830
Mon eve
Adelphi
13 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Bold Dragoons (1)

AU: [Morris Barnett]

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, next 14 Dec 1830

Genre (burletta) favorite comic burletta

First Night Cast

Berguin: Chapman; Gavard: Downe; Coco Cocklet: [John B.] Buckstone; Victor Gavard: [Henry?] Hemming The Dragoons Leon Sabertash: [Frederick H.] Yates; Hannibal Fuzee: John Reeve Rosine: Miss Daly; Ninette: Miss M[ary] Glover; Margot: Mrs. Daly

Cast Comment Victor Gavard appears on first night's bill only as "Victor"

Reference Cast

Berguin: Chapman
Gavard: Downe
Coco Cocklet: John B. Buckstone
Victor Gavard: Henry? Hemming
Leon Sabertash: Frederick H.
   Yates
Hannibal Fuzee: John Reeve
Rosine: Miss Daly
Ninette: Miss Mary Glover
Margot: Mrs. Daly

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (43)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 8 Dec 1830, next 14 Dec 1830

3) Was I To Blame? (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [George H. Rodwell]

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, next 14 Dec 1830

Genre (farce) new comic burletta

First Night Cast

Melville (a banker): [Frederick H.] Yates; Lord Charles Everard: [Henry?] Hemming; Matthew Multiply (Melville's head clerk): Bayne; Julia: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates

Cast Comment Everard's name misspelled "Evered" on first night's bill; Matthew is spelled Mathew on some later bills

Reference Cast

Melville: Frederick H. Yates
Lord Charles Everard: Henry?
   Hemming

Matthew Multiply: Bayne
Julia: Mrs. Frederick H. Yates

4) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (13)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 11 Dec 1830, next 14 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

OMITS Mr. Yates: Frederick H.
  Yates

call boy: "First Old Man"
prompter: "Prig"

Entire prelude omitted


14 Dec 1830
Tue eve
Adelphi
13 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Bold Dragoons (2)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 13 Dec 1830, next 15 Dec 1830

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (44)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 13 Dec 1830, next 15 Dec 1830

3) Was I To Blame? (2)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 13 Dec 1830, next 15 Dec 1830

4) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (14)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 13 Dec 1830, next 15 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

OMITS Mr. Yates: Frederick H.
  Yates

call boy: "First Old Man"
prompter: "Prig"

15 Dec 1830
Wed eve
Adelphi
13 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Bold Dragoons (3)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 14 Dec 1830, next 27 Dec 1830

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (45)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 14 Dec 1830, next 30 Dec 1830

3) Was I To Blame? (3)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 14 Dec 1830, next 20 Dec 1830

4) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (15)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 14 Dec 1830, next 16 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

OMITS Mr. Yates: Frederick H.
  Yates

call boy: "First Old Man"
prompter: "Prig"

Illustration: Jerrold, Douglas William (1803-1857): Dramatist and writer  [1st Performance Dec 16, 1830]


 
Title:Jerrold, Douglas William (1803-1857): Dramatist and writer
Description:Jerrold, Douglas William (1803-1857): Dramatist and writer.  Painted by Sir Daniel Macnee (died 1882), given to the National Portrait Gallery, London in 1869. See source website for additional information.
1st Performance:Dec 16, 1830
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Located on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_William_Jerrold; http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait.php?search=ap&npgno=292&eDate=&lDate=., Dec 16, 1830

16 Dec 1830
Thu eve
Adelphi
16 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Devil's Ducat; or, The Gift of Mammon (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; "Suggested by a paragraph in Le Clerk's Dictionary" (bill)
AU: [Douglas W. Jerrold]
Au Comm Douglas Jerrold's name written in ms. on bill

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, next 17 Dec 1830

Genre (melodrama) new romantic allegorical burletta

First Night Cast

Nibbo (an usurer): Downe; Botto (a notary): Bayne brothers, ruined by Nibbo and Botto Astolpho: [Frederick H.] Yates; Leandro: [Henry?] Hemming Mammon: O. Smith; Grillo (Nibbo's servant): [John B.] Buckstone; Francisco: Chapman; Fillippo: C. Morris; Tomaso (Capt. of the Santa Maria): S[tephen] Smith; Gyone (gaoler): [John] Sanders; Lucino: V. Webster; vine dressers, sailors: Charles, Fry, Taylor, Willing, [Frederick H.] Mordaunt, Willson, Miss [Millie?] Barnett, Miss Nursey, Miss Beaumont; Sabina: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates

Cast Comment Nibbo appears also as "Nibbio" and "Nibbe" on cast list; Miss Nursey's name misspelled "Narcy" first night only

Reference Cast

Nibbo: Downe
Botto: Bayne
Astolpho: Frederick H. Yates
Leandro: Henry? Hemming
Mammon: O. Smith
Grillo: John B. Buckstone
Francisco: Chapman
Fillippo: C. Morris
Tomaso: Stephen Smith
Gyone: John Sanders
Lucino: V. Webster
vine dressers, sailors:
   Charles
   Fry
   Taylor
   Willing
   Frederick H. Mordaunt
   Willson
   Miss Millie? Barnett
   Miss Nursey
   Miss Beaumont
Sabina: Mrs. Frederick H. Yates

"Astolpho's vision! Lake of Tartarus dissolving to Mammon's offering" (Henry L. Childe)

1. view of Naples (Tomkins); 2. view of the vicinity of Naples (Tomkins); 3. cemetery by moonlight (Pitt)

2) Love Laughs at Bailiffs (1)

AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, next 17 Dec 1830

Genre (farce) Favorite comic burletta

First Night Cast

Snatch (the singing bailiff): Charles Mathews; Sir Simon Ardent: Downe; Capt. Ardent: [Henry?] Hemming; Drench: Bayne; Chatter: [James P.] Wilkinson; Lightfoot: [John B.] Buckstone; Tipem: [John] Sanders; waiter: V. Webster; Emily Valmont: Miss Daly; Lucinda: Miss M[ary] Glover

Reference Cast

Snatch: Charles Mathews
Sir Simon Ardent: Downe
Capt. Ardent: Henry? Hemming
Drench: Bayne
Chatter: James P. Wilkinson
Lightfoot: John B. Buckstone
Tipem: John Sanders
waiter: V. Webster
Emily Valmont: Miss Daly
Lucinda: Miss Mary Glover

favorite song: Charles Mathews

3) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (16)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 15 Dec 1830, next 17 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

OMITS Mr. Yates: Frederick H.
  Yates

call boy: "First Old Man"
prompter: "Prig"

Entire prelude and some minor roles omitted


17 Dec 1830
Fri eve
Adelphi
16 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Devil's Ducat; or, The Gift of Mammon (2)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 16 Dec 1830, next 18 Dec 1830

2) Love Laughs at Bailiffs (2)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 16 Dec 1830, next 18 Dec 1830

3) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (17)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 16 Dec 1830, next 18 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

OMITS Mr. Yates: Frederick H.
  Yates

call boy: "First Old Man"
prompter: "Prig"

18 Dec 1830
Sat eve
Adelphi
16 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Devil's Ducat; or, The Gift of Mammon (3)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 17 Dec 1830, next 20 Dec 1830

2) Love Laughs at Bailiffs (3)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 17 Dec 1830, next 20 Dec 1830

3) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (18)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 17 Dec 1830, next 20 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

OMITS Mr. Yates: Frederick H.
  Yates

call boy: "First Old Man"
prompter: "Prig"

20 Dec 1830
Mon eve
Adelphi
20 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Devil's Ducat; or, The Gift of Mammon (4)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 18 Dec 1830, next 21 Dec 1830

2) Love Laughs at Bailiffs (4)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 18 Dec 1830, next 21 Dec 1830

3) Was I To Blame? (4)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 15 Dec 1830, next 21 Dec 1830

4) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (19)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 18 Dec 1830, next 21 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

OMITS Mr. Yates: Frederick H.
  Yates

call boy: "First Old Man"
prompter: "Prig"

Entire prelude and some minor roles omitted


21 Dec 1830
Tue eve
Adelphi
20 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Devil's Ducat; or, The Gift of Mammon (5)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 20 Dec 1830, next 22 Dec 1830

2) Love Laughs at Bailiffs (5)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 20 Dec 1830, next 22 Dec 1830

3) Was I To Blame? (5)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 20 Dec 1830, next 22 Dec 1830

4) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (20)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 20 Dec 1830, next 22 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

OMITS Mr. Yates: Frederick H.
  Yates

call boy: "First Old Man"
prompter: "Prig"

22 Dec 1830
Wed eve
Adelphi
20 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Devil's Ducat; or, The Gift of Mammon (6)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 21 Dec 1830, next 23 Dec 1830

2) Love Laughs at Bailiffs (6)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 21 Dec 1830, next 23 Dec 1830

3) Was I To Blame? (6)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 21 Dec 1830, next 23 Dec 1830

4) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (21)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 21 Dec 1830, next 23 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

OMITS Mr. Yates: Frederick H.
  Yates

call boy: "First Old Man"
prompter: "Prig"

23 Dec 1830
Thu eve
Adelphi
20 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Devil's Ducat; or, The Gift of Mammon (7)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 22 Dec 1830, next 27 Dec 1830

2) Love Laughs at Bailiffs (7)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 22 Dec 1830

3) Was I To Blame? (7)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 22 Dec 1830, next 3 Jan 1831

4) The Pilot; or, A Tale of the Thames (22)

Performances first 29 Nov 1830, previous 22 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (29 Nov 1830)

OMITS Mr. Yates: Frederick H.
  Yates

call boy: "First Old Man"
prompter: "Prig"

24 Dec 1830
Fri eve
Adelphi

DARK: Christmas Eve


25 Dec 1830
Sat eve
Adelphi

DARK: Christmas Day


27 Dec 1830
Mon eve
Adelphi
27 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Devil's Ducat; or, The Gift of Mammon (8)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 23 Dec 1830, next 28 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (16 Dec 1830)

BUT Sabina: Miss Daly

2) The Bold Dragoons (4)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 15 Dec 1830, next 28 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (13 Dec 1830)

BUT Gavard: Bayne
Ninette: Mrs. Edward
  Fitzwilliam

Cast Comment Role of Victor now "Victor Gavard" on bill

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [John B. Buckstone], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, next 28 Dec 1830

Genre (comic pantomime) new grand and comic Christmas pantomime; 19 scenes

First Night Cast

Nibble (a predatory rat): Willson; Squeak (his offspring): Master [John G.] Kerr; Poorlad (apprentice to Nosey Jack), afterwards Harlequin: Gibson; Tom (his cat), afterwards Antico: Brown; Chanticleer (an early village cock): "Doodledoo"; Nosey Jack (a mouse trap maker), afterwards Clown: [John] Sanders cat hunters Lord Smellwell: C. Morris; Marquis Mousemuncher: Chapman; Sir Simon Swelltail: Fry; Duke of Lovetripe: Willing; Viscount Whiskers: Charles; Count Claw: Taylor Princess Purrpretty (in love with Poorlad), afterwards Columbine: Miss Stallard; banner bearer: "Marcher"; Doctor Quack: "Singeing Short"; Doctor Gammon: "Niceman"; Silverrain (Spirit of the Enchanted Spring): Miss Angelina goblins of the spring Thumper: "Ugly Mug"; Whacker: "Guy" aerial voices: "echoes", "harmonies" feline maids of honor Lady Spitfire, Countess of Kittenoften: Miss Nursey; Her Grace of Greeneyes: Miss Beaumont; Miss Moll Row: Miss [Millie?] Barnett; The Honorable Mrs. Smeller: Miss Taylor; Lady Luscious Lapmilk: Miss Robinson Gold Stick: "Strutt"; page: "Followtail"; Grimalkin (the Great, blind King of Cats), afterwards Pantaloon: King; Chopper (his headsman): "Splinterblock" beefeaters Swallow: "Salt"; Gobble: "Mustard" old apple-woman: "Mrs. Catshead"; plumpudding man: "Catshead"; fishmonger: "Rouse"; tallowchandler and oilman: "Wick"; customers: "Buyanything", "Mrs. Buyanything"; fat cook: "Mrs. Pepperchop"; policeman: "Bluedevil"; animated blacking bottles: "Master Matchless", "Master Preston"; Doctor Surekill: "Emulsion"; Boney (his man): "Skeleton"; doctors: "Bluepill", "Jalap", "Rubshoulders"; countryman: "John Raw"; cookshopman: "Watergravy"; servant: "Miss Dawdle"; fat citizen: "Loveturtle"; beadle: "Goldlace"; beggars: "Cadger", "Boreman", "Rags"; sailors: "Pitch", "Tar"; sailors' loves: "Miss Grog", "Miss Backey"; landlord: "Scoretwice"; Devil: "Blueflame"; mob of various ragamuffins: [Unlisted]; bill sticker: "Paste"; lawyers: "Term", "Vacation"; grocer: "Sweettooth"; china shopman: "Crack"; Chinese figures: "Master Joss", "Master Smalleyes"; musicians: "Blow", "Scrape"; old maid: "Miss Nohusband"; monkey: "Master Mischief"; lion: "Wallace"; bear: "Gossamer"

Cast Comment Willing's name misspelled "Winning"

Reference Cast

Nibble: Willson
Squeak: Master John G. Kerr
Poorlad, afterwards Harlequin:
   Gibson

Tom, afterwards Antico: Brown
Chanticleer: "Doodledoo"
Nosey Jack, afterwards Clown:
   John Sanders

Lord Smellwell: C. Morris
Marquis Mousemuncher: Chapman
Sir Simon Swelltail: Fry
Duke of Lovetripe: Willing
Viscount Whiskers: Charles
Count Claw: Taylor
Princess Purrpretty, afterwards
   Columbine: Miss Stallard
banner bearer: "Marcher"
Doctor Quack: "Singeing Short"
Doctor Gammon: "Niceman"
Silverrain: Miss Angelina
Thumper: "Ugly Mug"
Whacker: "Guy"
aerial voices:
   "echoes"
   "harmonies"
Lady Spitfire, Countess of
   Kittenoften: Miss Nursey
Her Grace of Greeneyes: Miss
   Beaumont

Miss Moll Row: Miss Millie?
   Barnett

The Honorable Mrs. Smeller: Miss
   Taylor

Lady Luscious Lapmilk: Miss
   Robinson

Gold Stick: "Strutt"
page: "Followtail"
Grimalkin, afterwards Pantaloon:
   King

Chopper: "Splinterblock"
Swallow: "Salt"
Gobble: "Mustard"
old apple-woman: "Mrs.
   Catshead"

plumpudding man: "Catshead"
fishmonger: "Rouse"
tallowchandler and oilman:
   "Wick"

customers:
   "Buyanything"
   "Mrs. Buyanything"
fat cook: "Mrs. Pepperchop"
policeman: "Bluedevil"
animated blacking bottles:
   "Master Matchless"
   "Master Preston"
Doctor Surekill: "Emulsion"
Boney: "Skeleton"
doctors:
   "Bluepill"
   "Jalap"
   "Rubshoulders"
countryman: "John Raw"
cookshopman: "Watergravy"
servant: "Miss Dawdle"
fat citizen: "Loveturtle"
beadle: "Goldlace"
beggars:
   "Cadger"
   "Boreman"
   "Rags"
sailors:
   "Pitch"
   "Tar"
sailors' loves:
   "Miss Grog"
   "Miss Backey"
landlord: "Scoretwice"
Devil: "Blueflame"
mob of various ragamuffins:
   Unlisted

bill sticker: "Paste"
lawyers:
   "Term"
   "Vacation"
grocer: "Sweettooth"
china shopman: "Crack"
Chinese figures:
   "Master Joss"
   "Master Smalleyes"
musicians:
   "Blow"
   "Scrape"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
monkey: "Master Mischief"
lion: "Wallace"
bear: "Gossamer"

DIR: John B. Buckstone

(dxi) comic clog pas de quatre: [John] Sanders, Brown, King, Gibson

1. [night] interior of dwelling of the mouse trap maker, Nosey Jack (Tomkins); 2. [sunrise] exterior of cats' castle (Tomkins); 3. fairy retreat near the enchanted spring (Tomkins); 4. [moonlight] enchanted spring (Tomkins); 5. cats' corridor (Pitt); 6. palace of Grimalkin (Pitt); 7. Temple of Silverrain (Pitt); 8. the King's mews (Pitt); 9. fishmongers' and oil shops; 10. Doctor Surekill's dissecting room; 11. view in Westmoreland (Tomkins); 12. eating house and cage (Pitt); 13. view of the Wye (Tomkins); 14. interior of the Old Ship Inn, Wapping; 15. brush hall in Chancery; 16. brush hall out of Chancery; 17. grocers' and china shops; 18. catacombs (Tomkins); 19. temple of the Spirit of the Spring (Pitt)

comic business: H. Younge, Foster


28 Dec 1830
Tue eve
Adelphi
27 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Devil's Ducat; or, The Gift of Mammon (9)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 27 Dec 1830, next 29 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (16 Dec 1830)

BUT Sabina: Miss Daly

2) The Bold Dragoons (5)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 27 Dec 1830, next 29 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (13 Dec 1830)

BUT Gavard: Bayne
Ninette: Mrs. Edward
  Fitzwilliam

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (2)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 27 Dec 1830, next 29 Dec 1830


29 Dec 1830
Wed eve
Adelphi
27 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Devil's Ducat; or, The Gift of Mammon (10)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 28 Dec 1830, next 30 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (16 Dec 1830)

BUT Sabina: Miss Daly

2) The Bold Dragoons (6)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 28 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (13 Dec 1830)

BUT Gavard: Bayne
Ninette: Mrs. Edward
  Fitzwilliam

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (3)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 28 Dec 1830, next 30 Dec 1830


30 Dec 1830
Thu eve
Adelphi
30 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Devil's Ducat; or, The Gift of Mammon (11)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 29 Dec 1830, next 31 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (16 Dec 1830)

BUT Sabina: Miss Daly

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (46)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 15 Dec 1830, next 31 Dec 1830

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (4)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 29 Dec 1830, next 31 Dec 1830


31 Dec 1830
Fri eve
Adelphi
30 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Devil's Ducat; or, The Gift of Mammon (12)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 30 Dec 1830, next 1 Jan 1831

Cast as reference cast (16 Dec 1830)

BUT Sabina: Miss Daly

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (47)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 30 Dec 1830, next 1 Jan 1831

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (5)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 30 Dec 1830, next 1 Jan 1831


1 Jan 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
30 Dec 1830
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Devil's Ducat; or, The Gift of Mammon (13)

Performances first 16 Dec 1830, previous 31 Dec 1830

Cast as reference cast (16 Dec 1830)

BUT Sabina: Miss Daly

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (48)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 31 Dec 1830, next 3 Jan 1831

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (6)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 31 Dec 1830, next 3 Jan 1831


3 Jan 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (49)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 1 Jan 1831, next 4 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (8)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 23 Dec 1830, next 4 Jan 1831

3) A Dead Shot (7)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 9 Oct 1830, next 4 Jan 1831

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (7)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 1 Jan 1831, next 4 Jan 1831


4 Jan 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (50)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 3 Jan 1831, next 5 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (9)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 3 Jan 1831, next 5 Jan 1831

3) A Dead Shot (8)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 3 Jan 1831, next 5 Jan 1831

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (8)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 3 Jan 1831, next 5 Jan 1831


5 Jan 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (51)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 4 Jan 1831, next 6 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (10)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 4 Jan 1831, next 6 Jan 1831

3) A Dead Shot (9)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 4 Jan 1831, next 6 Jan 1831

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (9)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 4 Jan 1831, next 6 Jan 1831


6 Jan 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (52)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 5 Jan 1831, next 7 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (11)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 5 Jan 1831, next 7 Jan 1831

3) A Dead Shot (10)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 5 Jan 1831, next 7 Jan 1831

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (10)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 5 Jan 1831, next 7 Jan 1831


7 Jan 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (53)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 6 Jan 1831, next 8 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (12)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 6 Jan 1831, next 8 Jan 1831

3) A Dead Shot (11)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 6 Jan 1831, next 8 Jan 1831

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (11)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 6 Jan 1831, next 8 Jan 1831


8 Jan 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
3 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (54)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 7 Jan 1831, next 10 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (13)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 7 Jan 1831, next 10 Jan 1831

3) A Dead Shot (12)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 7 Jan 1831, next 10 Jan 1831

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (12)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 7 Jan 1831, next 10 Jan 1831


10 Jan 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
10 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (55)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 8 Jan 1831, next 11 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (14)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 8 Jan 1831, next 11 Jan 1831

3) A Dead Shot (13)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 8 Jan 1831, next 11 Jan 1831

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (13)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 8 Jan 1831, next 11 Jan 1831


11 Jan 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
10 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (56)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 10 Jan 1831, next 12 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (15)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 10 Jan 1831, next 12 Jan 1831

3) A Dead Shot (14)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 10 Jan 1831, next 12 Jan 1831

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (14)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 10 Jan 1831, next 12 Jan 1831


12 Jan 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
10 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (57)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 11 Jan 1831, next 13 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (16)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 11 Jan 1831, next 13 Jan 1831

3) A Dead Shot (15)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 11 Jan 1831, next 13 Jan 1831

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (15)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 11 Jan 1831, next 13 Jan 1831


13 Jan 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
13 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (58)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 12 Jan 1831, next 14 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (17)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 12 Jan 1831, next 14 Jan 1831

3) A Dead Shot (16)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 12 Jan 1831, next 14 Jan 1831

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (16)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 12 Jan 1831, next 14 Jan 1831


14 Jan 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
13 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (59)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 13 Jan 1831, next 15 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (18)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 13 Jan 1831, next 15 Jan 1831

3) A Dead Shot (17)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 13 Jan 1831, next 15 Jan 1831

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (17)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 13 Jan 1831, next 15 Jan 1831


15 Jan 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
13 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (60)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 14 Jan 1831, next 17 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (19)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 14 Jan 1831, next 17 Jan 1831

3) A Dead Shot (18)

Performances first 4 Oct 1830, previous 14 Jan 1831

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (18)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 14 Jan 1831, next 17 Jan 1831


17 Jan 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (61)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 15 Jan 1831, next 18 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (20)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 15 Jan 1831, next 18 Jan 1831

3) Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (7)

Performances first 18 Oct 1830, previous 23 Oct 1830, next 18 Jan 1831

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1830)

BUT Capt. Flatbottom: Stephen
  Smith

Old Nicholas: Chapman

Cast Comment Complete cast given here

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (19)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 15 Jan 1831, next 18 Jan 1831

Reduced to 17 scenes


18 Jan 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (62)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 17 Jan 1831, next 19 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (21)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 17 Jan 1831, next 19 Jan 1831

3) Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (8)

Performances first 18 Oct 1830, previous 17 Jan 1831, next 19 Jan 1831

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1830)

BUT Capt. Flatbottom: Stephen
  Smith

Old Nicholas: Chapman

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (20)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 17 Jan 1831, next 19 Jan 1831


19 Jan 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (63)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 18 Jan 1831, next 20 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (22)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 18 Jan 1831, next 20 Jan 1831

3) Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (9)

Performances first 18 Oct 1830, previous 18 Jan 1831, next 20 Jan 1831

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1830)

BUT Capt. Flatbottom: Stephen
  Smith

Old Nicholas: Chapman

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (21)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 18 Jan 1831, next 20 Jan 1831


20 Jan 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (64)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 19 Jan 1831, next 21 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (23)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 19 Jan 1831, next 21 Jan 1831

3) Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (10)

Performances first 18 Oct 1830, previous 19 Jan 1831, next 21 Jan 1831

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1830)

BUT Capt. Flatbottom: Stephen
  Smith

Old Nicholas: Chapman

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (22)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 19 Jan 1831, next 21 Jan 1831


21 Jan 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (65)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 20 Jan 1831, next 22 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (24)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 20 Jan 1831, next 22 Jan 1831

3) Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (11)

Performances first 18 Oct 1830, previous 20 Jan 1831, next 22 Jan 1831

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1830)

BUT Capt. Flatbottom: Stephen
  Smith

Old Nicholas: Chapman

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (23)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 20 Jan 1831, next 22 Jan 1831


22 Jan 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
17 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (66)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 21 Jan 1831, next 10 Feb 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (25)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 21 Jan 1831, next 24 Jan 1831

3) Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (12)

Performances first 18 Oct 1830, previous 21 Jan 1831

Cast as reference cast (18 Oct 1830)

BUT Capt. Flatbottom: Stephen
  Smith

Old Nicholas: Chapman

4) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (24)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 21 Jan 1831, next 24 Jan 1831


24 Jan 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; "Partly derived from Der Alpenkonig by Ferdinand Raimund" (bill)
AU: [John B. Buckstone], COMP: von Mueller, George H. Rodwell
Au Comm "By the author of The Wreck Ashore" (bill)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, next 25 Jan 1831

Genre (romantic drama) new serio-magical and moral burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Astragalus (Spirit King of the Alps): [Frederick H.] Yates; Linaro, Alpanor, spirit hunters: C. Morris, Willing, Fry, Taylor, Chapman; John Rappelkoff (the Misanthrope): Charles Mathews; Abel Grimm (his servant): [John B.] Buckstone; Augustus (young painter): [Henry?] Hemming Rappelkoff's servants Sebastian: [John] Sanders; Gregory: Willson; Adam: [James] Paulo Christopher Glowworm (charcoal burner): John Reeve Glowworm's children Andrew: Master Calkin; Karl: Master Barnett Hans (Glowworm's dumb cousin): O. Smith; Franzel (wood cutter): Charles; 1st chamois hunter: S[tephen] Smith; 2d chamois hunter: V. Webster; spirits of the Alps, chamois hunters, villagers: [Unlisted]; Mrs. Rappelkoff (Rappelkoff's third wife): Miss Daly; Amelia (Rappelkoff's daughter): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Elizabeth (Amelia's waiting maid): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Sabina: Mrs. Daly; Grizzle Glowworm (Glowworm's wife): Mrs. Beaumont; Susan (her daughter): Miss [Millie?] Barnett; Amoret (a spirit): Miss M[ary] Glover; attendant spirits: Miss Stallard, Miss Gallot, Miss Angelina, Miss Rose, Miss S. Barnett

Reference Cast

Astragalus: Frederick H. Yates
Linaro, Alpanor, spirit hunters:
   C. Morris
   Willing
   Fry
   Taylor
   Chapman
John Rappelkoff: Charles
   Mathews

Abel Grimm: John B. Buckstone
Augustus: Henry? Hemming
Sebastian: John Sanders
Gregory: Willson
Adam: James Paulo
Christopher Glowworm: John
   Reeve

Andrew: Master Calkin
Karl: Master Barnett
Hans: O. Smith
Franzel: Charles
1st chamois hunter: Stephen
   Smith

2d chamois hunter: V. Webster
spirits of the Alps, chamois
   hunters, villagers: Unlisted
Mrs. Rappelkoff: Miss Daly
Amelia: Mrs. Frederick H. Yates
Elizabeth: Mrs. Edward
   Fitzwilliam

Sabina: Mrs. Daly
Grizzle Glowworm: Mrs. Beaumont
Susan: Miss Millie? Barnett
Amoret: Miss Mary Glover
attendant spirits:
   Miss Gallot
   Miss Angelina
   Miss Rose
   Miss S. Barnett
   Miss Stallard

DIR: [Frederick H.] Yates

magical appearance of the King of the Alps (Pitt); rising of the Moon, Misanthrope's interview with the King of the Alps, his warning, appearance of the spirits of his former wives, and his trial by the four elements; change of Rappelkoff to the form of his brother-in-law, Silberkraut; change of the King of the Alps to the form of Rappelkoff

1. hunting ground of the Alpine spirits and valley of the German Alps (Tomkins); 2. vestibule in Rappelkoff's house (Pitt); 3. Rappelkoff's apartment (Pitt); 4. forest footway (Tomkins); 5. [sunset] interior of charcoal burner's cottage (Pitt); 6. apartment in Rappelkoff's (Pitt); 7. depth of forest (Tomkins); 8. Alpine landscape (Tomkins); 9. exterior of cottage in dark deep forest (Tomkins); 10. palace of the Alpine King (Pitt); 11. declivities of the Alps (Tomkins); 12. chamber at Rappelkoff's (Pitt); 13. temple of self knowledge (Pitt)

serio-pantomime arranger: O. Smith

licensed as King of the Alps; or, The Misanthrope

2) Was I To Blame? (26)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 22 Jan 1831, next 25 Jan 1831

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (25)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 22 Jan 1831, next 25 Jan 1831


25 Jan 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (2)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 24 Jan 1831, next 26 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (27)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 24 Jan 1831, next 26 Jan 1831

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (26)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 24 Jan 1831, next 26 Jan 1831


26 Jan 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (3)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 25 Jan 1831, next 27 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (28)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 25 Jan 1831, next 27 Jan 1831

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (27)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 25 Jan 1831, next 27 Jan 1831


27 Jan 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (4)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 26 Jan 1831, next 28 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (29)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 26 Jan 1831, next 28 Jan 1831

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (28)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 26 Jan 1831, next 28 Jan 1831


28 Jan 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (5)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 27 Jan 1831, next 29 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (30)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 27 Jan 1831, next 29 Jan 1831

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (29)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 27 Jan 1831, next 29 Jan 1831


29 Jan 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
24 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (6)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 28 Jan 1831, next 31 Jan 1831

2) Was I To Blame? (31)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 28 Jan 1831, next 14 Mar 1831

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (30)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 28 Jan 1831, next 31 Jan 1831


31 Jan 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (7)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 29 Jan 1831, next 1 Feb 1831

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

Title Comment "1st time these 2 yrs" (bill)
AU: [P. P. O'Callaghan]

Performances first 31 Jan 1831, next 1 Feb 1831

Genre (farce) comic burletta

First Night Cast

Sir Charles Courtall: [Frederick H.] Yates; Sharp: John Reeve; Lady Courtall: Miss Daly; Grace Gaylove: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam

Cast Comment John Reeve's name cancelled by hand on bill

Reference Cast

Sir Charles Courtall: Frederick
   H. Yates

Sharp: John Reeve
Lady Courtall: Miss Daly
Grace Gaylove: Mrs. Edward
   Fitzwilliam

cast truncated for reasons of space

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (31)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 29 Jan 1831, next 1 Feb 1831


1 Feb 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (8)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 31 Jan 1831, next 2 Feb 1831

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

Performances first 31 Jan 1831, previous 31 Jan 1831, next 2 Feb 1831

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (32)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 31 Jan 1831, next 2 Feb 1831


2 Feb 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (9)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 1 Feb 1831, next 3 Feb 1831

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

Performances first 31 Jan 1831, previous 1 Feb 1831, next 3 Feb 1831

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (33)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 1 Feb 1831, next 3 Feb 1831


3 Feb 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (10)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 2 Feb 1831, next 4 Feb 1831

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

Performances first 31 Jan 1831, previous 2 Feb 1831, next 4 Feb 1831

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (34)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 2 Feb 1831, next 4 Feb 1831


4 Feb 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (11)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 3 Feb 1831, next 5 Feb 1831

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

Performances first 31 Jan 1831, previous 3 Feb 1831, next 5 Feb 1831

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (35)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 3 Feb 1831, next 5 Feb 1831


5 Feb 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
31 Jan 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (12)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 4 Feb 1831, next 7 Feb 1831

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

Performances first 31 Jan 1831, previous 4 Feb 1831

3) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (36)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 4 Feb 1831, next 7 Feb 1831


7 Feb 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
7 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (13)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 5 Feb 1831, next 8 Feb 1831

2) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (37)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 5 Feb 1831, next 8 Feb 1831

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (16)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 24 Nov 1830, next 8 Feb 1831


8 Feb 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
7 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (14)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 7 Feb 1831, next 9 Feb 1831

2) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (38)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 7 Feb 1831, next 9 Feb 1831

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (17)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 7 Feb 1831, next 9 Feb 1831


9 Feb 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
7 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (15)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 8 Feb 1831, next 10 Feb 1831

2) Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats (39)

Performances first 27 Dec 1830, previous 8 Feb 1831

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (18)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 8 Feb 1831, next 21 Mar 1831


10 Feb 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
10 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (16)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 9 Feb 1831, next 11 Feb 1831

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (67)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 22 Jan 1831, next 11 Feb 1831


11 Feb 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
10 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (17)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 10 Feb 1831, next 12 Feb 1831

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (68)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 10 Feb 1831, next 12 Feb 1831


12 Feb 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
10 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (18)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 11 Feb 1831, next 14 Feb 1831

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (69)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 11 Feb 1831, next 14 Feb 1831


14 Feb 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
14 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (19)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 12 Feb 1831, next 15 Feb 1831

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (70)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 12 Feb 1831, next 15 Feb 1831


15 Feb 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
15 Feb 1831
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (20)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 14 Feb 1831, next 17 Feb 1831

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (71)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 14 Feb 1831, next 17 Feb 1831


16 Feb 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi

DARK: Ash Wednesday


17 Feb 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
14 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (21)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 15 Feb 1831, next 19 Feb 1831

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (72)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 15 Feb 1831, next 19 Feb 1831


18 Feb 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
18 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


19 Feb 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
14 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (22)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 17 Feb 1831, next 21 Feb 1831

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (73)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 17 Feb 1831, next 21 Feb 1831

List of imitations given on bill


21 Feb 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
21 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (23)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 19 Feb 1831, next 22 Feb 1831

Cast truncated for reasons of space

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (74)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 19 Feb 1831, next 22 Feb 1831

3) Freaks and Follies [; or, A Match for the Old One] (1)

AU: [George H. Rodwell]

Performances first 21 Feb 1831, next 22 Feb 1831

Genre (farce) comic burletta

First Night Cast

Sir William Franklin: Downe; Mr. Franklin: [Henry?] Hemming; Doctor Growl: Bayne; Tom Trippit: [James P.] Wilkinson; Ellen: Miss Daly

Reference Cast

Sir William Franklin: Downe
Mr. Franklin: Henry? Hemming
Doctor Growl: Bayne
Tom Trippit: James P. Wilkinson
Ellen: Miss Daly

22 Feb 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
21 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 21 Feb 1831, next 24 Feb 1831

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (75)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 21 Feb 1831, next 24 Feb 1831

3) Freaks and Follies [; or, A Match for the Old One] (2)

Performances first 21 Feb 1831, previous 21 Feb 1831


23 Feb 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
23 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


24 Feb 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
24 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Source Comment Bill for 24 & 26 February incorrectly dated 23 & 25 February

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (25)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 22 Feb 1831, next 26 Feb 1831

2) Kind Intentions (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 24 Feb 1831, next 26 Feb 1831

Genre (farce) new comic burletta

First Night Cast

Henry: [Henry?] Hemming; Latitat: S[tephen] Smith; Timothy: [James P.] Wilkinson; Mr. Meanwell: Charles Mathews; Mrs. Rosemore: Miss Daly; Charlotte: Miss M[ary] Glover

Reference Cast

Henry: Henry? Hemming
Latitat: Stephen Smith
Timothy: James P. Wilkinson
Mr. Meanwell: Charles Mathews
Mrs. Rosemore: Miss Daly
Charlotte: Miss Mary Glover
Dr. Bolus: V. Webster

3) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (76)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 22 Feb 1831, next 26 Feb 1831


25 Feb 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
23 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


26 Feb 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
24 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (26)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 24 Feb 1831, next 28 Feb 1831

2) Kind Intentions (2)

Performances first 24 Feb 1831, previous 24 Feb 1831, next 28 Feb 1831

Cast as reference cast (24 Feb 1831)

OMITS Dr. Bolus: V. Webster

3) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (77)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 24 Feb 1831, next 21 Mar 1831


28 Feb 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
28 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (27)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 26 Feb 1831, next 1 Mar 1831

2) Kind Intentions (3)

Performances first 24 Feb 1831, previous 26 Feb 1831, next 1 Mar 1831

Cast Comment Role may have been accidentally omitted on first night

3) Bringing Home the Bride; or, The Husband's First Journey (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; An adaptation of Le Voyage de la Mariee Nicoll
AU: [William T. Moncrieff], COMP: George H. Rodwell

Performances first 28 Feb 1831, next 1 Mar 1831

Genre (vaudeville) entirely new vaudeville; 6 stages, 2 acts

First Night Cast

Mr. Beauclerk (young solicitor of Pump Court, having a villa at Fulham): [Frederick H.] Yates; Trotter (landlord of the "Star and Garter," Putney): Downe; Mr. Gilbert Honeyman (rich grocer of Cheapside): John Reeve; Valentine Pretty (clerk to Beauclerk, and related to Honeyman): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Romer (traveller to Honeyman): [John] Sanders; Emma (daughter to Trotter and bride to Honeyman): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Nancy (barmaid at the "Hart and Antelope"): Miss M[ary] Glover; Miss Beauclerk: Mrs. Beaumont; Blythe Bridegroom: Charles; Cadman: "Wisp"; Mincing (pastry cook at Hammersmith): Willson; Dowsing (new policeman): C. Morris; hayman: Childe; March (a beadle): Fry; Brimmer: Chapman; Peters (link boy): [James] Paulo; pieman: Brown; Onslow (Hammersmith coachman): [Frederick H.] Mordaunt; Brisk (waiter at Farrances's): V. Webster; Shanks (from Leadenhall): S[tephen] Smith; guests, ostlers, passengers, marrowbone and cleaver men: [Unlisted]

Reference Cast

Mr. Beauclerk: Frederick H.
   Yates

Trotter: Downe
Mr. Gilbert Honeyman: John
   Reeve

Valentine Pretty: Mrs. Frederick
   H. Yates

Romer: John Sanders
Emma: Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam
Nancy: Miss Mary Glover
Miss Beauclerk: Mrs. Beaumont
Blythe Bridegroom: Charles
Cadman: "Wisp"
Mincing: Willson
Dowsing: C. Morris
hayman: Childe
March: Fry
Brimmer: Chapman
Peters: James Paulo
pieman: Brown
Onslow: Frederick H. Mordaunt
Brisk: V. Webster
Shanks: Stephen Smith
guests, ostlers, passengers,
   marrowbone and cleaver men:
   Unlisted

1. Star and Garter, Putney; 2. Hart and Antelope, Hammersmith; 3. New Hyde Park Corner, Piccadilly; 4. Farrance's Soup Rooms, Spring Gardens; 5. Beauclerk's chambers, Pump Court, Temple; 6. Honeyman's house, Cheapside

Nicoll gives 1st perf as 1/3/1831


1 Mar 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
28 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (28)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 28 Feb 1831, next 3 Mar 1831

2) Kind Intentions (4)

Performances first 24 Feb 1831, previous 28 Feb 1831, next 3 Mar 1831

3) Bringing Home the Bride; or, The Husband's First Journey (2)

Performances first 28 Feb 1831, previous 28 Feb 1831, next 3 Mar 1831


2 Mar 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
2 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


3 Mar 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
28 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (29)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 1 Mar 1831, next 5 Mar 1831

2) Kind Intentions (5)

Performances first 24 Feb 1831, previous 1 Mar 1831, next 5 Mar 1831

3) Bringing Home the Bride; or, The Husband's First Journey (3)

Performances first 28 Feb 1831, previous 1 Mar 1831, next 5 Mar 1831


4 Mar 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
2 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


5 Mar 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
28 Feb 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (30)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 3 Mar 1831, next 7 Mar 1831

2) Kind Intentions (6)

Performances first 24 Feb 1831, previous 3 Mar 1831, next 7 Mar 1831

3) Bringing Home the Bride; or, The Husband's First Journey (4)

Performances first 28 Feb 1831, previous 3 Mar 1831, next 7 Mar 1831


7 Mar 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
7 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (31)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 5 Mar 1831, next 8 Mar 1831

2) Kind Intentions (7)

Performances first 24 Feb 1831, previous 5 Mar 1831, next 8 Mar 1831

3) Bringing Home the Bride; or, The Husband's First Journey (5)

Performances first 28 Feb 1831, previous 5 Mar 1831, next 8 Mar 1831


8 Mar 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
7 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (32)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 7 Mar 1831, next 10 Mar 1831

2) Kind Intentions (8)

Performances first 24 Feb 1831, previous 7 Mar 1831, next 10 Mar 1831

3) Bringing Home the Bride; or, The Husband's First Journey (6)

Performances first 28 Feb 1831, previous 7 Mar 1831, next 10 Mar 1831


9 Mar 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
9 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


10 Mar 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
7 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (33)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 8 Mar 1831, next 12 Mar 1831

2) Kind Intentions (9)

Performances first 24 Feb 1831, previous 8 Mar 1831, next 12 Mar 1831

3) Bringing Home the Bride; or, The Husband's First Journey (7)

Performances first 28 Feb 1831, previous 8 Mar 1831, next 12 Mar 1831


11 Mar 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
9 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


12 Mar 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
7 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (34)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 10 Mar 1831, next 14 Mar 1831

2) Kind Intentions (10)

Performances first 24 Feb 1831, previous 10 Mar 1831, next 14 Mar 1831

3) Bringing Home the Bride; or, The Husband's First Journey (8)

Performances first 28 Feb 1831, previous 10 Mar 1831, next 14 Mar 1831


14 Mar 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
14 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (35)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 12 Mar 1831, next 15 Mar 1831

2) Kind Intentions (11)

Performances first 24 Feb 1831, previous 12 Mar 1831, next 15 Mar 1831

3) Was I To Blame? (32)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 29 Jan 1831, next 15 Mar 1831

4) Bringing Home the Bride; or, The Husband's First Journey (9)

Performances first 28 Feb 1831, previous 12 Mar 1831, next 15 Mar 1831

Cast as reference cast (28 Feb 1831)

BUT Trotter: Bayne

15 Mar 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
14 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (36)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 14 Mar 1831, next 17 Mar 1831

2) Kind Intentions (12)

Performances first 24 Feb 1831, previous 14 Mar 1831, next 17 Mar 1831

3) Was I To Blame? (33)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 14 Mar 1831, next 17 Mar 1831

4) Bringing Home the Bride; or, The Husband's First Journey (10)

Performances first 28 Feb 1831, previous 14 Mar 1831, next 17 Mar 1831

Cast as reference cast (28 Feb 1831)

BUT Trotter: Bayne

16 Mar 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
16 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


17 Mar 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
14 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (37)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 15 Mar 1831, next 19 Mar 1831

2) Kind Intentions (13)

Performances first 24 Feb 1831, previous 15 Mar 1831, next 19 Mar 1831

3) Was I To Blame? (34)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 15 Mar 1831, next 19 Mar 1831

4) Bringing Home the Bride; or, The Husband's First Journey (11)

Performances first 28 Feb 1831, previous 15 Mar 1831, next 19 Mar 1831

Cast as reference cast (28 Feb 1831)

BUT Trotter: Bayne

18 Mar 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
16 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


19 Mar 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
14 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (38)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 17 Mar 1831, next 21 Mar 1831

2) Kind Intentions (14)

Performances first 24 Feb 1831, previous 17 Mar 1831

3) Was I To Blame? (35)

Performances first 13 Dec 1830, previous 17 Mar 1831

4) Bringing Home the Bride; or, The Husband's First Journey (12)

Performances first 28 Feb 1831, previous 17 Mar 1831

Cast as reference cast (28 Feb 1831)

BUT Trotter: Bayne

21 Mar 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
21 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (39)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 19 Mar 1831, next 22 Mar 1831

Cast as reference cast (24 Jan 1831)

BUT Amelia: Miss Mary Glover
Amoret: Miss Stallard
OMITS attendant spirits: Miss
  Stallard

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (78)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 26 Feb 1831, next 22 Mar 1831

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (19)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 9 Feb 1831, next 22 Mar 1831


22 Mar 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
21 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (40)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 21 Mar 1831, next 24 Mar 1831

Cast as reference cast (24 Jan 1831)

BUT Amelia: Miss Mary Glover
Amoret: Miss Stallard
OMITS attendant spirits: Miss
  Stallard

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (79)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 21 Mar 1831, next 24 Mar 1831

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

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 21 Mar 1831, next 24 Mar 1831


23 Mar 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
23 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Source Comment Bill misdated March 25 and 27 Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


24 Mar 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
21 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (41)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 22 Mar 1831, next 26 Mar 1831

Cast as reference cast (24 Jan 1831)

BUT Amelia: Miss Mary Glover
Amoret: Miss Stallard
OMITS attendant spirits: Miss
  Stallard

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (80)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 22 Mar 1831, next 26 Mar 1831

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (21)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 22 Mar 1831, next 26 Mar 1831


25 Mar 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
23 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


26 Mar 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
21 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) The King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (42)

Performances first 24 Jan 1831, previous 24 Mar 1831

Cast as reference cast (24 Jan 1831)

BUT Amelia: Miss Mary Glover
Amoret: Miss Stallard
OMITS attendant spirits: Miss
  Stallard

2) The Wreck Ashore; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (81)

Performances first 21 Oct 1830, previous 24 Mar 1831

3) The Quadrupeds [; or, The Manager's Last Kick] (22)

Performances first 8 Nov 1830, previous 24 Mar 1831


28 Mar 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
28 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


29 Mar 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
28 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


30 Mar 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
28 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


31 Mar 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
28 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


1 Apr 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi

DARK: Good Friday


2 Apr 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
28 Mar 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Lenten Entertainment: W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria"


4 Apr 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
4 Apr 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Easter Week Entertainment: Swiss Singers


5 Apr 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
4 Apr 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Easter Week Entertainment: Swiss Singers


6 Apr 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
4 Apr 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Easter Week Entertainment: Swiss Singers


7 Apr 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
4 Apr 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Easter Week Entertainment: Swiss Singers


8 Apr 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
4 Apr 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Easter Week Entertainment: Swiss Singers


9 Apr 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
4 Apr 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Special Performance Easter Week Entertainment: Swiss Singers


18 Apr 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
18 Apr 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (1)

Title Comment one man show by Charles Mathews
AU: Charles Mathews, Richard B. Peake

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, next 20 Apr 1831

Genre (entertainment) second volume of his Comic Annual; one part

First Night Cast

performer: Charles Mathews

Reference Cast

performer: Charles Mathews

"London Exhibitions" [Charles Mathews], Charles Mathews; "Armagh Assizes" [Charles Mathews], Charles Mathews; "The Omnibus" [Charles Mathews], Charles Mathews

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (1)

AU: [Frederick H.] Yates

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, next 20 Apr 1831

Genre (entertainment) entirely new monopolologue entertainment; one act

First Night Cast

Madame Pompeydoor (a French landlady): [Frederick H.] Yates; Lord Phidias Crackstone (virtuoso and member of the Dilletante Society and Traveller's Club): [Frederick H.] Yates; Signor Tommaso Jacksonnini (an Anglo-Italian): [Frederick H.] Yates; Signora Catterina (ward of Madame Pompeydoor): [Frederick H.] Yates; Sir Sturgeon Garrett (Ex-Mayor of Wandsworth): [Frederick H.] Yates; Terence Gossoon (Irish Cicerone): [Frederick H.] Yates; Beau Flamington (retired dandy): [Frederick H.] Yates; Captain Cloudesly Ogle: [Frederick H.] Yates

Reference Cast

Madame Pompeydoor: Frederick H.
   Yates

Lord Phidias Crackstone:
   Frederick H. Yates

Signor Tommaso Jacksonnini:
   Frederick H. Yates

Signora Catterina: Frederick H.
   Yates

Sir Sturgeon Garrett: Frederick
   H. Yates

Terence Gossoon: Frederick H.
   Yates

Beau Flamington: Frederick H.
   Yates

Captain Cloudesly Ogle:
   Frederick H. Yates

3) No. 26 and No. 27; or, Next Door Neighbours (1)

AU: Charles Mathews, Richard B. Peake

Performances first 18 Apr 1831

Genre (entertainment) a novel entertainment, a diapolologue

First Night Cast

Tim Wasp (a pertinacious cobbler), Mr. O'Rapparee (an Irish member of society), Poker (the returning officer for the King's Bench), Phelim M'Quill (clerk to the "London Expectation" office), Miss Mildew (a faded virgin in white, beside herself), Mrs. Bankinton Bombasin (an imaginary proprietress in mourning, affairs and head deranged), Mr. Capsicum (A Trinidad merchant), Cleopatra (his Negro nurse), Miss Capsicum (in love with Mr. O'Rapparee), Old File (last of the London watchmen), Mr. Caesar Le Blond (a black Adonis): Charles Mathews, [Frederick H.] Yates

Cast Comment "Mathews and Yates will sustain the following Dramatis Personnae" (bill)

Reference Cast

Tim Wasp, Mr. O'Rapparee, Poker,
   Phelim M'Quill, Miss Mildew,
   Mrs. Bankinton Bombasin, Mr.
   Capsicum, Cleopatra, Miss
   Capsicum, Old File, Mr. Caesar
   Le Blond:
   Charles Mathews
   Frederick H. Yates

20 Apr 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
20 Apr 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (2)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 18 Apr 1831, next 22 Apr 1831

"Rustic Olympics" [Charles Mathews], Charles Mathews

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (2)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 18 Apr 1831, next 22 Apr 1831


22 Apr 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
20 Apr 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (3)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 20 Apr 1831, next 25 Apr 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (3)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 20 Apr 1831, next 25 Apr 1831


25 Apr 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
25 Apr 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (4)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 22 Apr 1831, next 27 Apr 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (4)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 22 Apr 1831, next 27 Apr 1831


27 Apr 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
25 Apr 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (5)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 25 Apr 1831, next 29 Apr 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (5)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 25 Apr 1831, next 29 Apr 1831


29 Apr 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
25 Apr 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (6)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 27 Apr 1831, next 2 May 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (6)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 27 Apr 1831, next 2 May 1831


2 May 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
2 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (7)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 29 Apr 1831, next 4 May 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (7)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 29 Apr 1831, next 4 May 1831


4 May 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
2 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (8)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 2 May 1831, next 6 May 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (8)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 2 May 1831, next 6 May 1831


6 May 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
2 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (9)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 4 May 1831, next 9 May 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (9)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 4 May 1831, next 9 May 1831


9 May 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
9 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (10)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 6 May 1831, next 11 May 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (10)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 6 May 1831, next 11 May 1831


11 May 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
9 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (11)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 9 May 1831, next 13 May 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (11)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 9 May 1831, next 13 May 1831


13 May 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
9 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (12)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 11 May 1831, next 16 May 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (12)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 11 May 1831, next 16 May 1831


16 May 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
16 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (13)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 13 May 1831, next 18 May 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (13)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 13 May 1831, next 18 May 1831


18 May 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
16 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (14)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 16 May 1831, next 21 May 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (14)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 16 May 1831, next 21 May 1831


21 May 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
16 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (15)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 18 May 1831, next 23 May 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (15)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 18 May 1831, next 23 May 1831


23 May 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
23 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (16)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 21 May 1831, next 25 May 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (16)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 21 May 1831, next 25 May 1831


25 May 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
23 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (17)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 23 May 1831, next 27 May 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (17)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 23 May 1831, next 27 May 1831


27 May 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
23 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (18)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 25 May 1831, next 30 May 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (18)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 25 May 1831, next 30 May 1831


30 May 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
30 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

Source Comment Misdated bill reads "Monday, May 31, Wednesday, June 2, and Friday, 4, 1831" instead of May 30, June 1, & June 3

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (19)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 27 May 1831, next 1 Jun 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (19)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 27 May 1831, next 1 Jun 1831


1 Jun 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
30 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (20)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 30 May 1831, next 3 Jun 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (20)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 30 May 1831, next 3 Jun 1831


3 Jun 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
30 May 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (21)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 1 Jun 1831, next 6 Jun 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (21)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 1 Jun 1831, next 6 Jun 1831


6 Jun 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
6 Jun 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (22)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 3 Jun 1831, next 8 Jun 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (22)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 3 Jun 1831, next 8 Jun 1831


8 Jun 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
8 Jun 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (23)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 6 Jun 1831, next 11 Jun 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (23)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 6 Jun 1831, next 11 Jun 1831


10 Jun 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
10 Jun 1831
announcement
New York Public Library

Special Performance Non-resident company: French company of Mons. Potier

1) La Chanson; ou, L' Interieur d'un Bureau (1)

AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 10 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) comedie vaudeville; 1 act

First Night Cast

Bellemain: Mons. Gamard; M. de Valcour (Chef de Division): Mons. St. Aubert; Dumont (Chef de Bureau): Mons. Preval; Uniloissier: Mons. Granville; Victor (jeune employe): Mons. Alfred; Eugenie (fille de M. Valcour): Mme. Gamard

Reference Cast

Bellemain: Mons. Gamard
M. de Valcour: Mons. St. Aubert
Dumont: Mons. Preval
Uniloissier: Mons. Granville
Victor: Mons. Alfred
Eugenie: Mme. Gamard

2) Antoine; ou, Les Trois Generations (1)

AU: A. H. Melesville, N. Brazier
Au Comm Melesville is the pseudonym of A. H. J. Duveyrier

Performances first 10 Jun 1831, next 22 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (drama) melee de chant; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Antoine: Mons. Potier; Marquis de St. Valier: Mons. St. Aubert; Vicomte de Chailly (Col. de Chevaux Legers): Mons. Laporte; Leblanc pere (fermier): Mons. Preval; President de Chatenay: Mons. Arnaud; Conseiller: Mons. Alfred; Chevalier de Mirecourt: Mons. Paulin; un valet: Mons. Granville; Placide (provincial): Mons. Gamard; Bertrand (concierge): Mons. Pelissie; Francois: Mons. Guenee; Leblanc fils (manufacturer): Mons. Cloup; Leon (fils du Marquis de St. Valier): Mlle. St. Ange; Jules (son petit fils): Mlle. St. Ange; La Marquise de St. Valier: Mme. Preval; Clementine (sa niece): Mlle. Florval; Comtesse de Moirmont: Mme. Baudin; Baronne de Lorges: Mlle. Corra; Henriette (fille de Leblanc fils): Mlle. Jamain; Madeleine (niece d'Antoine): Mme. Gamard

Reference Cast

Antoine: Mons. Potier
Marquis de St. Valier: Mons.
   St. Aubert

Vicomte de Chailly: Mons.
   Laporte

Leblanc pere: Mons. Preval
President de Chatenay: Mons.
   Arnaud

Conseiller: Mons. Alfred
Chevalier de Mirecourt: Mons.
   Paulin

un valet: Mons. Granville
Placide: Mons. Gamard
Bertrand: Mons. Pelissie
Francois: Mons. Guenee
Leblanc fils: Mons. Cloup
Leon: Mlle. St. Ange
Jules: Mlle. St. Ange
La Marquise de St. Valier: Mme.
   Preval

Clementine: Mlle. Florval
Comtesse de Moirmont: Mme.
   Baudin

Baronne de Lorges: Mlle. Corra
Henriette: Mlle. Jamain
Madeleine: Mme. Gamard

I [1789] L'Hotel du Marquis; II [1793] une prison de Paris; III, i [1829] Normandie, dans le manufacture de Leblanc Fils; III, ii au chateau de St. Valier

3) Werther; ou, Egaremens d'un Coeur Sensible (1)

AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 10 Jun 1831, next 27 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) vaudeville du Theatre des Varietes; 1 act

First Night Cast

Werther (his original character): Mons. Potier; Volmar (ami du Werther): Mons. Alfred; Albert: Mons. Cloup; Fritz (Allemand au service de Werther): Mons. Gamard; Loustick (sonneur de la paroisse): Mons. Guenee; Charlotte (epouse de Werther): Mme. Preval

Reference Cast

Werther: Mons. Potier
Volmar: Mons. Alfred
Albert: Mons. Cloup
Fritz: Mons. Gamard
Loustick: Mons. Guenee
Charlotte: Mme. Preval

11 Jun 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
8 Jun 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (24)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 8 Jun 1831, next 14 Jun 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (24)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 8 Jun 1831, next 23 Jun 1831


13 Jun 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
13 Jun 1831
playbill
British Library

Source Comment Bill includes 2 day's performances: 13 & 15 June Special Performance Non-resident company: French company of Mons. Potier

1) Les Projets de Mariage; ou, Les Deux Militaires (1)

AU: Alexander Duval

Performances first 13 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (comedy) comedie; 1 act

First Night Cast

Pedro: Mons. Laporte; M. Cazini: Mons. Preval; Germencey (colonel de cavalarie): Mons. Pelissie; Belmont (sous lieutenant): Mons. Alfred; un domestique: Mons. Granville; Rosaline (jeune veuve): Mlle. Jamain

Reference Cast

Pedro: Mons. Laporte
M. Cazini: Mons. Preval
Germencey: Mons. Pelissie
Belmont: Mons. Alfred
un domestique: Mons. Granville
Rosaline: Mlle. Jamain

2) Le Bourguemestre de Sardam; ou, Le Prince Charpentier (1)

AU: [J. T.?] Merle, E. C. de Boirie

Performances first 13 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) vaudeville; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Van-Bet (bourguemestre): Mons. Potier; Pierre Premier (Czar de Russie, sous le nom de Michaloff, garcon charpentier): Mons. Pelissie; Pierre Flimann (garcon charpentier): Mons. Laporte; Lefort (ami du czar, et son Ambassadeur en Hollande): Mons. Cloup; Marquis de Chateauneuf (Ambassador Francais): Mons. Paulin; Comte de Hogen, Suedois: Mons. Guenee; un officier Hollandais: Mons. Arnaud; Marie (niece de bourguemestre): Mlle. Florval

Reference Cast

Van-Bet: Mons. Potier
Pierre Premier: Mons. Pelissie
Pierre Flimann: Mons. Laporte
Lefort: Mons. Cloup
Marquis de Chateauneuf: Mons.
   Paulin

Comte de Hogen, Suedois: Mons.
   Guenee

un officier Hollandais: Mons.
   Arnaud

Marie: Mlle. Florval

3) Le Beneficiaire (1)

AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 13 Jun 1831, next 1 Jul 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) vaudeville nouveau; 5 acts

First Night Cast

le Beneficiare: Mons. Potier; M. de la Tirade (acteur tragique): Mons. Pelissie; Dubemol (chanteur): Mons. Alfred; M. Desrosiers: Mons. Guenee; M. Golden (Anglais): Mons. Laporte; Engene: Mons. Paulin; un regisseur: Mons. Cloup; domestique de Dubemol: Mons. Granville; domestique de la Tirade: Mons. Arnaud; jokey de Zephirine: Mlle. Corra; Madame Lessouffle: Mme. Baudin; Palma (fille de Madame Lessouffle): Mlle. Jamain; Zephirine (danseuse): Mlle. Florval

Reference Cast

le Beneficiare: Mons. Potier
M. de la Tirade: Mons. Pelissie
Dubemol: Mons. Alfred
M. Desrosiers: Mons. Guenee
M. Golden: Mons. Laporte
Engene: Mons. Paulin
un regisseur: Mons. Cloup
domestique de Dubemol: Mons.
   Granville
domestique de la Tirade: Mons.
   Arnaud

jokey de Zephirine: Mlle. Corra
Madame Lessouffle: Mme. Baudin
Palma: Mlle. Jamain
Zephirine: Mlle. Florval

General Non-Title Information

Le Boufon du Prince was "speedily to be produced," but it wasn't


14 Jun 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
14 Jun 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (25)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 11 Jun 1831, next 16 Jun 1831

General Non-Title Information

"Mr. Yates being obliged to go to France on business connected with this theatre, Mr. Mathews will have the honor to give a third part to his Comic Annual in the place of Mr. Yates' Monopolologue" (bill)


15 Jun 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
13 Jun 1831
announcement
British Library

Special Performance Non-resident company: French company of Mons. Potier

1) Le Ci-devant Jeune Homme (1)

AU: [J. T.?] Merle

Performances first 15 Jun 1831, next 27 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (comedy) comedie en prose; 1 act

First Night Cast

Ci-devant Jeune Homme: Mons. Potier; Florville (neveu de M. de Boissec): Mons. Pelissie; Floricour (jeune homme a-la-mode): Mons. Paulin; M. Sombreuil (medicin): Mons. Preval; La Branche (valet de Florville): Mons. Laporte; Grugeon (huissier): Mons. Gamard; Poupart (usurier): Mons. Guenee; M. Carrick (tailleur): Mons. Arnaud; Madame de Bienville (jeune veuve): Mlle. St. Ange

Reference Cast

Ci-devant Jeune Homme: Mons.
   Potier

Florville: Mons. Pelissie
Floricour: Mons. Paulin
M. Sombreuil: Mons. Preval
La Branche: Mons. Laporte
Grugeon: Mons. Gamard
Poupart: Mons. Guenee
M. Carrick: Mons. Arnaud
Madame de Bienville: Mlle.
   St. Ange

2) Le Chiffonnier; ou, Le Philosophe Nocturne (1)

AU: M. E. Theaulon, C. G. Etienne

Performances first 15 Jun 1831, next 29 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) vaudeville nouveau; 5 acts

First Night Cast

le Chiffonnier: Mons. Potier; Ernest d'Arleville (jeune avocat): Mons. Alfred; Alfred (son ami, jeune officier): Mons. Paulin; M. Gripefort (avoue): Mons. Preval; M. Chapoulard (autre avoue): Mons. Cloup; un garde du commerce: Mons. Guenee; un valet: Mons. Granville; Madame de Verseuil (jeune veuve): Mlle. Jamain; Madame Gerval: Mme. Baudin; Céline (jeune personne confiee a ses soins): Mlle. Florval

Reference Cast

le Chiffonnier: Mons. Potier
Ernest d'Arleville: Mons.
   Alfred

Alfred: Mons. Paulin
M. Gripefort: Mons. Preval
M. Chapoulard: Mons. Cloup
un garde du commerce: Mons.
   Guenee
un valet: Mons. Granville
Madame de Verseuil: Mlle.
   Jamain

Madame Gerval: Mme. Baudin
Céline: Mlle. Florval

3) Les Anglais pour Rire; ou, La Table et le Logement (1)

AU: C. A. Sewrin, T. M. Dumersan

Performances first 15 Jun 1831, next 22 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) vaudeville; 1 act

First Night Cast

M. Menu (his original character): Mons. Potier; M. Coelet: Mons. Laporte; M. Copeau: Mons. Cloup; M. Fusin (dessinateur): Mons. Gamard; Aspasie (niece de M. Copeau): Mlle. St. Ange; Goton (servante): Mme. Gamard

Reference Cast

M. Menu: Mons. Potier
M. Coelet: Mons. Laporte
M. Copeau: Mons. Cloup
M. Fusin: Mons. Gamard
Aspasie: Mlle. St. Ange
Goton: Mme. Gamard

16 Jun 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
14 Jun 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (26)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 14 Jun 1831, next 18 Jun 1831


17 Jun 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
17 Jun 1831
playbill
British Library

Special Performance Non-resident company: French company of Mons. Potier

1) Les Plaideurs (1)

AU: Jean Racine

Performances first 17 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (drama) comedie en vers; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Dandin: Mons. Potier; Leandre (fils de Dandin): Mons. Alfred; L'Intime: Mons. Laporte; Chicaneau: Mons. Cloup; Petit Jean (portier): Mons. Preval; un souffler: Mons. Granville; Isabelle (fille de Chicaneau): Mlle. Jamain; la Comtesse: Mme. Baudin

Reference Cast

Dandin: Mons. Potier
Leandre: Mons. Alfred
L'Intime: Mons. Laporte
Chicaneau: Mons. Cloup
Petit Jean: Mons. Preval
un souffler: Mons. Granville
Isabelle: Mlle. Jamain
la Comtesse: Mme. Baudin

2) L' Homme de Soixant Ans; ou, La Petite Entetee (1)

AU: Dartois, Armand, A. J. Simonnin
Au Comm Dartois is the pen name of Armand d'Artois de Bernonville

Performances first 17 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) vaudeville; 1 act

First Night Cast

L'Homme de soixant ans: Mons. Potier; Eugene (amant d'Angelina): Mons. Alfred; Bernard (oncle d'Angelina): Mons. Cloup; Folleville (notaire, jeune homme a-la-mode): Mons. Paulin; Francois (valet d'Eugene): Mons. Arnaud; un domestique: Mons. Granville; Angelina: Mlle. St. Ange; Honorine (sa suivante): Mme. Gamard

Reference Cast

L'Homme de soixant ans: Mons.
   Potier

Eugene: Mons. Alfred
Bernard: Mons. Cloup
Folleville: Mons. Paulin
Francois: Mons. Arnaud
un domestique: Mons. Granville
Angelina: Mlle. St. Ange
Honorine: Mme. Gamard

3) Le Cuisinier de Buffon (1)

AU: [J. T.?] Merle, M. N. Balisson de Rougemont, [A. J.?] Simonnin

Performances first 17 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) vaudeville; 1 act

First Night Cast

Guenot (cuisinier de M. de Buffon): Mons. Potier; Bexon (savant naturaliste): Mons. Cloup; Pot-de-vin (intendant de M. de Buffon): Mons. Preval; Julien (garcon jardinier): Mons. Guenee; un domestique: Mons. Arnaud; Gertrude (cuisiniere de M. Buffon): Mme. Preval; Perrotte (sa niece): Mlle. Jamain

Reference Cast

Guenot: Mons. Potier
Bexon: Mons. Cloup
Pot-de-vin: Mons. Preval
Julien: Mons. Guenee
un domestique: Mons. Arnaud
Gertrude: Mme. Preval
Perrotte: Mlle. Jamain


18 Jun 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
14 Jun 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (27)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 16 Jun 1831, next 23 Jun 1831


20 Jun 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
20 Jun 1831
playbill
British Library

Special Performance Non-resident company: French company of Mons. Potier

1) Le Solliciteur; ou, L' Art d'Obtenir des Places (1)

AU: Eugene Scribe

Performances first 20 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) vaudeville; 1 act

First Night Cast

M. L'Esperance (solliciteur): Mons. Potier; Armand (supernumeraire): Mons. Alfred; George (garcon du bureau): Mons. Cloup; Zurich (Suisse): Mons. Guenee; Sorbet (limonadier): Mons. Arnaud; Criardet (huissier): Mons. Granville; Madame Versac (jeune solliciteuse): Mlle. St. Ange; Madame Durand: Mme. Preval

Reference Cast

M. L'Esperance: Mons. Potier
Armand: Mons. Alfred
George: Mons. Cloup
Zurich: Mons. Guenee
Sorbet: Mons. Arnaud
Criardet: Mons. Granville
Madame Versac: Mlle. St. Ange
Madame Durand: Mme. Preval

2) Le Juif; ou, La Foret de Remival (1)

AU: Desaugier

Performances first 20 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) vaudeville anecdotique; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Juif: Mons. Potier; Charles (soldat): Mons. Paulin; Brilliant (petit maitre): Mons. Pelissie; M. Pince (procureur): Mons. Guenee; Thomas (garcon d'auberge): Mons. Laporte; Delaune (tailleur): Mons. Cloup; conducteur de la diligence: Mons. Granville; le sergent: Mons. Arnaud brigands de la foret Rosignol: Mons. Gamard; Brisetout: Mons. Preval Lucette Richard: Mlle. St. Ange; Mademoiselle Descedules (plaideuse): Mme. Preval; Hortense (actrice): Mlle. Florval; Mme. Simonne (aubergiste): Mme. Baudin

Reference Cast

Juif: Mons. Potier
Charles: Mons. Paulin
Brilliant: Mons. Pelissie
M. Pince: Mons. Guenee
Thomas: Mons. Laporte
Delaune: Mons. Cloup
conducteur de la diligence:
   Mons. Granville

le sergent: Mons. Arnaud
Rosignol: Mons. Gamard
Brisetout: Mons. Preval
Lucette Richard: Mlle. St. Ange
Mademoiselle Descedules: Mme.
   Preval

Hortense: Mlle. Florval
Mme. Simonne: Mme. Baudin

3) Mons. Pique-Assiette (1)

AU: Dartois, Armand, Gabriel
Au Comm "Gabriel" is the pen name of G.-J.-J. Lurieu

Performances first 20 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) vaudeville; 1 act

First Night Cast

M. Pique-Assiette: Mons. Potier; Tricot (marchand de bas): Mons. Preval; Baboulard (ancien maitre d'armes): Mons. Gamard; Victor: Mons. Alfred; Jules (son ami): Mons. Paulin; Marine (garcon traiteur): Mons. Guenee; Un Jeune Marie: Mons. Arnaud; Mme. Dalibon: Mme. Preval; Ernestine (sa niece): Mlle. Florval; Une Jeune Mariee: Mlle. Corra

Reference Cast

M. Pique-Assiette: Mons. Potier
Tricot: Mons. Preval
Baboulard: Mons. Gamard
Victor: Mons. Alfred
Jules: Mons. Paulin
Marine: Mons. Guenee
Un Jeune Marie: Mons. Arnaud
Mme. Dalibon: Mme. Preval
Ernestine: Mlle. Florval
Une Jeune Mariee: Mlle. Corra

22 Jun 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
22 Jun 1831
playbill
British Library

Special Performance Non-resident company: French company of Mons. Potier

1) Antoine; ou, Les Trois Generations (2)

Performances first 10 Jun 1831, previous 10 Jun 1831

Lang French

2) Le Tailleur de Jean Jacques Rousseau (1)

Title Comment "Jacques" spelled "Jacque" on bill
AU: M. N. Balisson de Rougemont, [J. T.?] Merle

Performances first 22 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (comedy) comedie; 1 act

First Night Cast

Rousseaux tailleur: Mons. Potier; Poisson (acteur de la Comedie Francaise): Mons. Guenee; Montrichard (financier): Mons. Preval; Le President: Mons. Cloup; Simon (garcon tailleur chez Rousseau): Mons. Arnaud; Laffleur (domestique de M. de St. Lambert): Mons. Granville; Mlle. Clairon (actrice): Mlle. Florval; Babet (sa jardiniere): Mlle. St. Ange

Reference Cast

Rousseaux tailleur: Mons.
   Potier

Poisson: Mons. Guenee
Montrichard: Mons. Preval
Le President: Mons. Cloup
Simon: Mons. Arnaud
Laffleur: Mons. Granville
Mlle. Clairon: Mlle. Florval
Babet: Mlle. St. Ange

3) Les Anglais pour Rire; ou, La Table et le Logement (2)

Performances first 15 Jun 1831, previous 15 Jun 1831, next 27 Jun 1831


23 Jun 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
23 Jun 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (28)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 18 Jun 1831, next 25 Jun 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (25)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 11 Jun 1831, next 25 Jun 1831

"Mr. Yates, having returned from France, will repeat his monopolologue" (bill)


24 Jun 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
22 Jun 1831
playbill
British Library

Special Performance Non-resident company: French company of Mons. Potier

1) Jean Qui Pleure et Jean Qui Rit (1)

AU: C. A. Sewrin, N. Brazier

Performances first 24 Jun 1831, next 1 Jul 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) vaudeville; 1 act

First Night Cast

Jean Lepiteux: Mons. Potier; Jean Guilleret: Mons. Preval; Beausoleil (son fils): Mons. Guenee; un facteur: Mons. Arnaud; Mme. Lepiteux: Mme. Baudin; Madame Guilleret: Mlle. St. Ange; Aurore (fille de Jean Lepiteux): Mlle. Jamain

Reference Cast

Jean Lepiteux: Mons. Potier
Jean Guilleret: Mons. Preval
Beausoleil: Mons. Guenee
un facteur: Mons. Arnaud
Mme. Lepiteux: Mme. Baudin
Madame Guilleret: Mlle.
   St. Ange

Aurore: Mlle. Jamain

2) Le Centenaire; ou, La Famille des Gaillards (1)

AU: M. E. Theaulon, Dartois, Armand

Performances first 24 Jun 1831, next 1 Jul 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) vaudeville nouveau; 1 act

First Night Cast

Philippe Gaillard (centenaire): Mons. Potier; Jerome Gaillard (fils de centenaire): Mons. Preval; Pierre Gaillard (fils de Jerome): Mons. St. Aubert; Antoine Gaillard (fils de Pierre): Mons. Paulin; Ledru (jardinier): Mons. Laporte; Madame Lerond (aubergiste): Mme. Baudin; Isabeau (sa fille): Mlle. St. Ange

Reference Cast

Philippe Gaillard: Mons. Potier
Jerome Gaillard: Mons. Preval
Pierre Gaillard: Mons.
   St. Aubert

Antoine Gaillard: Mons. Paulin
Ledru: Mons. Laporte
Madame Lerond: Mme. Baudin
Isabeau: Mlle. St. Ange

3) Mons. Deschalumeaux; ou, Une Soiree de Carnival (1)

AU: Auguste Creuze de Lesser, COMP: Gaveaux

Performances first 24 Jun 1831, next 29 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (operatic farce) opera bouffon; 3 acts

First Night Cast

M. Deschalumeaux (gentilhomme Limousin): Mons. Potier; Duc de Villars (Gouverneur de Provence): Mons. St. Aubert; M. de Bellemont (jeune colonel): Mons. Paulin; M. Ducondray: Mons. Guenee; Lajeunesse (vieux jokey de M. Deschalumeaux): Mons. Alfred; Laffleur (valet de chambre du Duc): Mons. Laporte; Le Suisse: Mons. Granville; Mme. de Brillon: Mlle. St. Ange; Mme. de Villeroux: Mlle. Florval

Reference Cast

M. Deschalumeaux: Mons. Potier
Duc de Villars: Mons.
   St. Aubert

M. de Bellemont: Mons. Paulin
M. Ducondray: Mons. Guenee
Lajeunesse: Mons. Alfred
Laffleur: Mons. Laporte
Le Suisse: Mons. Granville
Mme. de Brillon: Mlle. St. Ange
Mme. de Villeroux: Mlle.
   Florval



25 Jun 1831
Sat eve
Adelphi
23 Jun 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (29)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 23 Jun 1831, next 28 Jun 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (26)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 23 Jun 1831, next 28 Jun 1831


27 Jun 1831
Mon eve
Adelphi
27 Jun 1831
playbill
British Library

Special Performance Non-resident company: French company of Mons. Potier

1) Le Ci-devant Jeune Homme (2)

Performances first 15 Jun 1831, previous 15 Jun 1831

2) Les Suites d'un Mariage de Raison (1)

Title Comment "Faisant suite Scribe's Au Mariage de Raison" (bill)
AU: Dartois, Armand, L' Herik

Performances first 27 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) vaudeville nouveau; 1 act

First Night Cast

Suzette (femme de Bertrand): Mlle. Irma; Bertrand: Mons. Pelissie; Le General Comte de Bremont: Mons. St. Aubert; Edouard (son fils, colonel): Mons. Alfred; Pinchon (fermier, parent de Bertrand): Mons. Laporte; Michel (garcon du ferme): Mons. Arnaud; Madame Pinchon: Mlle. St. Ange

Reference Cast

Suzette: Mlle. Irma
Bertrand: Mons. Pelissie
Le General Comte de Bremont:
   Mons. St. Aubert

Edouard: Mons. Alfred
Pinchon: Mons. Laporte
Michel: Mons. Arnaud
Madame Pinchon: Mlle. St. Ange

3) Werther; ou, Egaremens d'un Coeur Sensible (2)

Performances first 10 Jun 1831, previous 10 Jun 1831

4) Les Anglais pour Rire; ou, La Table et le Logement (3)

Performances first 15 Jun 1831, previous 22 Jun 1831


28 Jun 1831
Tue eve
Adelphi
23 Jun 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (30)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 25 Jun 1831, next 30 Jun 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (27)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 25 Jun 1831, next 30 Jun 1831


29 Jun 1831
Wed eve
Adelphi
29 Jun 1831
playbill
British Library

Special Performance Non-resident company: French company of Mons. Potier

1) Le Chiffonnier; ou, Le Philosophe Nocturne (2)

Performances first 15 Jun 1831, previous 15 Jun 1831

2) Kettly; ou, Le Retour en Suisse (1)

AU: Duvert

Performances first 29 Jun 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) comedie vaudeville; 1 act

First Night Cast

Kettly: Mlle. Irma; Frantz: Mons. Preval; Rutly (son fils): Mons. Gamard; M. de Senneville: Mons. Alfred; Henry (son domestique): Mons. Arnaud; Mme. Werner (riche aubergiste): Mme. Baudin

Reference Cast

Kettly: Mlle. Irma
Frantz: Mons. Preval
Rutly: Mons. Gamard
M. de Senneville: Mons. Alfred
Henry: Mons. Arnaud
Mme. Werner: Mme. Baudin

3) Mons. Deschalumeaux; ou, Une Soiree de Carnival (2)

Performances first 24 Jun 1831, previous 24 Jun 1831


30 Jun 1831
Thu eve
Adelphi
23 Jun 1831
playbill
New York Public Library

1) Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (31)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 28 Jun 1831

2) Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid (28)

Performances first 18 Apr 1831, previous 28 Jun 1831


1 Jul 1831
Fri eve
Adelphi
29 Jun 1831
playbill
British Library

Special Performance Non-resident company: French company of Mons. Potier

1) Jean Qui Pleure et Jean Qui Rit (2)

Performances first 24 Jun 1831, previous 24 Jun 1831

2) Les Mauvaises Tetes; ou, Le Baril de Poudre (1)

AU: C. A. Sewrin

Performances first 1 Jul 1831

Lang French Genre (vaudeville) vaudeville; 1 act

First Night Cast

Sidonie: Mlle. Irma; Alphonse Dermont (officier hussards): Mons. Alfred; La Medaille: Mons. Gamard; Richardin (oncle de Sidonie): Mons. Preval; Fribourg (vieux Suisse): Mons. Guenee; Madame de Granville (soeur de M. Richardin): Mme. Preval

Reference Cast

Sidonie: Mlle. Irma
Alphonse Dermont: Mons. Alfred
La Medaille: Mons. Gamard
Richardin: Mons. Preval
Fribourg: Mons. Guenee
Madame de Granville: Mme.
   Preval

3) Le Centenaire; ou, La Famille des Gaillards (2)

Performances first 24 Jun 1831, previous 24 Jun 1831

4) Le Beneficiaire (2)

Performances first 13 Jun 1831, previous 13 Jun 1831

General Non-Title Information

"Positively the last night" (bill)

Theatre Information

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Doors open 6:00, curtain 6:45, half price 8:30.

Ticket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

4 October 1830 - 1 July 1831 199 performances: 199 evening

Dark (4): Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1830)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1830)
Ash Wednesday (16 Feb 1831)
Good Friday (1 Apr 1831)
Easter Week Entertainment (6): Swiss Singers (4 Apr 1831, 5 Apr 1831, 6 Apr 1831, 7 Apr 1831, 8 Apr 1831, 9 Apr 1831)
Lenten Entertainment (16): W. H. Williams' "Pantadisacoria" (18 Feb 1831, 23 Feb 1831, 25 Feb 1831, 2 Mar 1831, 4 Mar 1831, 9 Mar 1831, 11 Mar 1831, 16 Mar 1831, 18 Mar 1831, 23 Mar 1831, 25 Mar 1831, 28 Mar 1831, 29 Mar 1831, 30 Mar 1831, 31 Mar 1831, 2 Apr 1831)
Non-Resident Theatre Companies (10): French company of Mons. Potier (10 Jun 1831, 13 Jun 1831, 15 Jun 1831, 17 Jun 1831, 20 Jun 1831, 22 Jun 1831, 24 Jun 1831, 27 Jun 1831, 29 Jun 1831, 1 Jul 1831)

Theatre Management And Functionaries

Authors/Pieces

Armand, Dartois, Centenaire, Le (24 Jun 1831)
Homme de Soixant Ans, L' (17 Jun 1831)
Mons. Pique-Assiette (20 Jun 1831)
Suites d'un Mariage de Raison, Les (27 Jun 1831)
Arnold, Samuel J. Quadrupeds, The (8 Nov 1830)
Balisson de Rougemont, M. N. Cuisinier de Buffon, Le (17 Jun 1831)
Tailleur de Jean Jacques Rousseau, Le (22 Jun 1831)
Barnett, Morris Bold Dragoons, The (13 Dec 1830)
Bernard, William B. Water Witch, The (15 Nov 1830)
Boirie, E. C. de Bourguemestre de Sardam, Le (13 Jun 1831)
Brazier, N. Antoine (10 Jun 1831)
Jean Qui Pleure et Jean Qui Rit (24 Jun 1831)
Buckstone, John B. Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (18 Oct 1830)
Dead Shot, A (4 Oct 1830)
Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830)
King of the Alps and the Misanthrope, The (24 Jan 1831)
May Queen, The (9 Dec 1830)
Pilot, The (29 Nov 1830)
Wreck Ashore, The (21 Oct 1830)
Creuze de Lesser, Auguste Mons. Deschalumeaux (24 Jun 1831)
Desaugier Juif, Le (20 Jun 1831)
Dumersan, T. M. Anglais pour Rire, Les (15 Jun 1831)
Duval, Alexander Projets de Mariage, Les (13 Jun 1831)
Duvert Kettly (29 Jun 1831)
Etienne, C. G. Chiffonnier, Le (15 Jun 1831)
Fitzball, Edward Black Vulture, The (4 Oct 1830)
William and Adelaide (11 Oct 1830)
Gabriel Mons. Pique-Assiette (20 Jun 1831)
Herik, L' Suites d'un Mariage de Raison, Les (27 Jun 1831)
Jerrold, Douglas W. Devil's Ducat, The (16 Dec 1830)
Lunn, Joseph Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830)
Mathews, Charles Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (18 Apr 1831)
No. 26 and No. 27 (18 Apr 1831)
Melesville, A. H. Antoine (10 Jun 1831)
Merle, J. T.? Bourguemestre de Sardam, Le (13 Jun 1831)
Ci-devant Jeune Homme, Le (15 Jun 1831)
Cuisinier de Buffon, Le (17 Jun 1831)
Tailleur de Jean Jacques Rousseau, Le (22 Jun 1831)
Moncrieff, William T. Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831)
O'Callaghan, P. P. Married Bachelor, The (31 Jan 1831)
Peake, Richard B. Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (18 Apr 1831)
No. 26 and No. 27 (18 Apr 1831)
Racine, Jean Plaideurs, Les (17 Jun 1831)
Rodwell, George H. Freaks and Follies (21 Feb 1831)
Was I To Blame? (13 Dec 1830)
Scribe, Eugene Solliciteur, Le (20 Jun 1831)
Sewrin, C. A. Anglais pour Rire, Les (15 Jun 1831)
Jean Qui Pleure et Jean Qui Rit (24 Jun 1831)
Mauvaises Tetes, Les (1 Jul 1831)
Simonnin, A. J. Homme de Soixant Ans, L' (17 Jun 1831)
Simonnin, A. J.? Cuisinier de Buffon, Le (17 Jun 1831)
Theaulon, M. E. Centenaire, Le (24 Jun 1831)
Chiffonnier, Le (15 Jun 1831)
Unknown Beneficiaire, Le (13 Jun 1831)
Bricklayer's Arms, The (4 Oct 1830)
Chanson, La (10 Jun 1831)
Kind Intentions (24 Feb 1831)
Love Laughs at Bailiffs (16 Dec 1830)
Werther (10 Jun 1831)
Yates, Frederick H. Pilot, The (29 Nov 1830)
Yates in Italy (18 Apr 1831)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Bishop, Henry R. William and Adelaide (11 Oct 1830)
Gaveaux Mons. Deschalumeaux (24 Jun 1831)
Mueller, von King of the Alps and the Misanthrope, The (24 Jan 1831)
Rodwell, George H. Black Vulture, The (4 Oct 1830)
Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831)
Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830)
King of the Alps and the Misanthrope, The (24 Jan 1831)
Wreck Ashore, The (21 Oct 1830)

Actors

Alfred, Mons.

Conseiller (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); Dubemol (2) in Beneficiaire (13 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Victor (1) in Chanson (10 Jun 1831); Ernest d'Arleville (2) in Chiffonnier (15 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); Eugene (1) in Homme de Soixant Ans (17 Jun 1831); M. de Senneville (1) in Kettly (29 Jun 1831); Alphonse Dermont (1) in Mauvaises Tetes (1 Jul 1831); Lajeunesse (2) in Mons. Deschalumeaux (24 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); Victor (1) in Mons. Pique-Assiette (20 Jun 1831); Leandre (1) in Plaideurs (17 Jun 1831); Belmont (1) in Projets de Mariage (13 Jun 1831); Armand (1) in Solliciteur (20 Jun 1831); Edouard (1) in Suites d'un Mariage de Raison (27 Jun 1831); Volmar (2) in Werther (10 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831)

Arnaud, Mons.

President de Chatenay (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); domestique de la Tirade (2) in Beneficiaire (13 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); un officier Hollandais (1) in Bourguemestre de Sardam (13 Jun 1831); M. Carrick (2) in Ci-devant Jeune Homme (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); un domestique (1) in Cuisinier de Buffon (17 Jun 1831); Francois (1) in Homme de Soixant Ans (17 Jun 1831); un facteur (2) in Jean Qui Pleure et Jean Qui Rit (24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); le sergent (1) in Juif (20 Jun 1831); Henry (1) in Kettly (29 Jun 1831); Un Jeune Marie (1) in Mons. Pique-Assiette (20 Jun 1831); Sorbet (1) in Solliciteur (20 Jun 1831); Michel (1) in Suites d'un Mariage de Raison (27 Jun 1831); Simon (1) in Tailleur de Jean Jacques Rousseau (22 Jun 1831)

Barnett, Master

Karl (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831)

Bayne

Gavard (3) in Bold Dragoons (27 Dec 1830 - 29 Dec 1830); Trotter (4) in Bringing Home the Bride (14 Mar 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Capt. Cannon (12) in Dead Shot (3 Jan 1831 - 15 Jan 1831); Botto (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Doctor Growl (2) in Freaks and Follies (21 Feb 1831 - 22 Feb 1831); Drench (7) in Love Laughs at Bailiffs (16 Dec 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Matthew Multiply (35) in Was I To Blame? (13 Dec 1830 - 19 Mar 1831); Jacob Von Skaats (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830)

Brown

pieman (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Tom, afterwards Antico (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831)

Buckstone, John B.

Chuno (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Coco Cocklet (6) in Bold Dragoons (13 Dec 1830 - 29 Dec 1830); Mr. Hector Timid (18) in Dead Shot (4 Oct 1830 - 15 Jan 1831); Grillo (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Abel Grimm (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Lightfoot (7) in Love Laughs at Bailiffs (16 Dec 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Tommy Tit (3) in May Queen (9 Dec 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Lieut. Gen. Boroughcliff (22) in Pilot (29 Nov 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Pearcey (22) in Quadrupeds (8 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831); Cicero (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Jemmy Starling (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Calkin, Master

Andrew (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831)

Chapman

Old Nicholas (6) in Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (17 Jan 1831 - 22 Jan 1831); Usbeck (12) in Black Vulture (1 Nov 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Maleck (6) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 9 Oct 1830); Berguin (6) in Bold Dragoons (13 Dec 1830 - 29 Dec 1830); Lord Osmond (6) in Bricklayer's Arms (4 Oct 1830 - 27 Nov 1830); Brimmer (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Francisco (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Marquis Mousemuncher (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831); Linaro, Alpanor, spirit hunters (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); cabman (22) in Pilot (29 Nov 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Isaacos (22) in Quadrupeds (8 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831); Mynheer Von Bleutenspielen (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Lieutenant Luff (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Lieutenant of Pressgang (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Charles

Uraddin (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Blythe Bridegroom (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); vine dressers, sailors (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Viscount Whiskers (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831); Franzel (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Backwater (22) in Pilot (29 Nov 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); creditors (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Negroes, sailors, marines (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830)

Childe

hayman (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831)

Cloup, Mons.

M. Copeau (3) in Anglais pour Rire (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); Leblanc fils (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); un regisseur (2) in Beneficiaire (13 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Lefort (1) in Bourguemestre de Sardam (13 Jun 1831); M. Chapoulard (2) in Chiffonnier (15 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); Bexon (1) in Cuisinier de Buffon (17 Jun 1831); Bernard (1) in Homme de Soixant Ans (17 Jun 1831); Delaune (1) in Juif (20 Jun 1831); Chicaneau (1) in Plaideurs (17 Jun 1831); George (1) in Solliciteur (20 Jun 1831); Le President (1) in Tailleur de Jean Jacques Rousseau (22 Jun 1831); Albert (2) in Werther (10 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831)

Downe

Remmy Mac Cullough O'Bormagher (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Gavard (3) in Bold Dragoons (13 Dec 1830 - 15 Dec 1830); Trotter (8) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 12 Mar 1831); Nibbo (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Sir William Franklin (2) in Freaks and Follies (21 Feb 1831 - 22 Feb 1831); Sir Simon Ardent (7) in Love Laughs at Bailiffs (16 Dec 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Hugh Bowyer (3) in May Queen (9 Dec 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Alderman Beverout (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); principal characters (6) in William and Adelaide (11 Oct 1830 - 16 Oct 1830)

Edwin

Kangohong (6) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 9 Oct 1830)

Fry

Ximine (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); March (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); vine dressers, sailors (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Sir Simon Swelltail (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831); Linaro, Alpanor, spirit hunters (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); creditors (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Negroes, sailors, marines (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Culverdine (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Gallot

Capt. Flatbottom (6) in Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (18 Oct 1830 - 23 Oct 1830); Usbeck (24) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 30 Oct 1830); Hopwyr (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Capt. Cannon (6) in Dead Shot (4 Oct 1830 - 9 Oct 1830); Mr. Manifold Moonshine (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); principal characters (6) in William and Adelaide (11 Oct 1830 - 16 Oct 1830); Blackadder (9) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 30 Oct 1830)

Gamard, Mons.

M. Fusin (3) in Anglais pour Rire (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); Placide (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); Bellemain (1) in Chanson (10 Jun 1831); Grugeon (2) in Ci-devant Jeune Homme (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); Rosignol (1) in Juif (20 Jun 1831); Rutly (1) in Kettly (29 Jun 1831); La Medaille (1) in Mauvaises Tetes (1 Jul 1831); Baboulard (1) in Mons. Pique-Assiette (20 Jun 1831); Fritz (2) in Werther (10 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831)

Gibson

Poorlad, afterwards Harlequin (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831)

Granville, Mons.

un valet (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); domestique de Dubemol (2) in Beneficiaire (13 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Uniloissier (1) in Chanson (10 Jun 1831); un valet (2) in Chiffonnier (15 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); un domestique (1) in Homme de Soixant Ans (17 Jun 1831); conducteur de la diligence (1) in Juif (20 Jun 1831); Le Suisse (2) in Mons. Deschalumeaux (24 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); un souffler (1) in Plaideurs (17 Jun 1831); un domestique (1) in Projets de Mariage (13 Jun 1831); Criardet (1) in Solliciteur (20 Jun 1831); Laffleur (1) in Tailleur de Jean Jacques Rousseau (22 Jun 1831)

Guenee, Mons.

Francois (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); M. Desrosiers (2) in Beneficiaire (13 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Comte de Hogen, Suedois (1) in Bourguemestre de Sardam (13 Jun 1831); un garde du commerce (2) in Chiffonnier (15 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); Poupart (2) in Ci-devant Jeune Homme (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); Julien (1) in Cuisinier de Buffon (17 Jun 1831); Beausoleil (2) in Jean Qui Pleure et Jean Qui Rit (24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); M. Pince (1) in Juif (20 Jun 1831); Fribourg (1) in Mauvaises Tetes (1 Jul 1831); M. Ducondray (2) in Mons. Deschalumeaux (24 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); Marine (1) in Mons. Pique-Assiette (20 Jun 1831); Zurich (1) in Solliciteur (20 Jun 1831); Poisson (1) in Tailleur de Jean Jacques Rousseau (22 Jun 1831); Loustick (2) in Werther (10 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831)

Hemming, Henry?

Zedoline (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Victor Gavard (6) in Bold Dragoons (13 Dec 1830 - 29 Dec 1830); Leandro (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Mr. Franklin (2) in Freaks and Follies (21 Feb 1831 - 22 Feb 1831); Henry (14) in Kind Intentions (24 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Augustus (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Capt. Ardent (7) in Love Laughs at Bailiffs (16 Dec 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Serjeant Stephen Sampson (3) in May Queen (9 Dec 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Lord Charles Everard (35) in Was I To Blame? (13 Dec 1830 - 19 Mar 1831); Thomas Tiller (6) in Water Witch (6 Dec 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Capt. Ludlow (18) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 4 Dec 1830); Walter Barnard (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Jones

Aieros (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Avory (72) in Wreck Ashore (1 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Kelly, Master

Coglar (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830)

Kerr

Sailwyng (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830)

Kerr, Master John G.

Squeak (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831)

King

Grimalkin, afterwards Pantaloon (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831)

Laporte, Mons.

M. Coelet (3) in Anglais pour Rire (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); Vicomte de Chailly (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); M. Golden (2) in Beneficiaire (13 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Pierre Flimann (1) in Bourguemestre de Sardam (13 Jun 1831); Ledru (2) in Centenaire (24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); La Branche (2) in Ci-devant Jeune Homme (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); Thomas (1) in Juif (20 Jun 1831); Laffleur (2) in Mons. Deschalumeaux (24 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); L'Intime (1) in Plaideurs (17 Jun 1831); Pedro (1) in Projets de Mariage (13 Jun 1831); Pinchon (1) in Suites d'un Mariage de Raison (27 Jun 1831)

Mathews, Charles

performer (31) in Comic Annual, Vol. 2 (18 Apr 1831 - 30 Jun 1831); Mr. Meanwell (14) in Kind Intentions (24 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); John Rappelkoff (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Snatch (7) in Love Laughs at Bailiffs (16 Dec 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Caleb Pipkin (3) in May Queen (9 Dec 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Tim Wasp, Mr. O'Rapparee, Poker, Phelim M'Quill, Miss Mildew, Mrs. Bankinton Bombasin, Mr. Capsicum, Cleopatra, Miss Capsicum, Old File, Mr. Caesar Le Blond (1) in No. 26 and No. 27 (18 Apr 1831)

Mordaunt, Frederick H.

Ophan (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Onslow (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); vine dressers, sailors (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); waiter (22) in Pilot (29 Nov 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Negroes, sailors, marines (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); William (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Morris, C.

Bosphor (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Quilldrive (6) in Bricklayer's Arms (4 Oct 1830 - 27 Nov 1830); Dowsing (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Fillippo (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Lord Smellwell (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831); Linaro, Alpanor, spirit hunters (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Dick (3) in May Queen (9 Dec 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Scully (22) in Pilot (29 Nov 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Humphriminos (22) in Quadrupeds (8 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831); creditors (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Brail (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Hiram Taylor (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Paulin, Mons.

Chevalier de Mirecourt (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); Engene (2) in Beneficiaire (13 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Marquis de Chateauneuf (1) in Bourguemestre de Sardam (13 Jun 1831); Antoine Gaillard (2) in Centenaire (24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Alfred (2) in Chiffonnier (15 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); Floricour (2) in Ci-devant Jeune Homme (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); Folleville (1) in Homme de Soixant Ans (17 Jun 1831); Charles (1) in Juif (20 Jun 1831); M. de Bellemont (2) in Mons. Deschalumeaux (24 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); Jules (1) in Mons. Pique-Assiette (20 Jun 1831)

Paulo, James

Peters (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Adam (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831)

Pelissie, Mons.

Bertrand (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); M. de la Tirade (2) in Beneficiaire (13 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Pierre Premier (1) in Bourguemestre de Sardam (13 Jun 1831); Florville (2) in Ci-devant Jeune Homme (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); Brilliant (1) in Juif (20 Jun 1831); Germencey (1) in Projets de Mariage (13 Jun 1831); Bertrand (1) in Suites d'un Mariage de Raison (27 Jun 1831)

Phillips

Smith (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Potier, Mons.

M. Menu (3) in Anglais pour Rire (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); Antoine (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); le Beneficiare (2) in Beneficiaire (13 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Van-Bet (1) in Bourguemestre de Sardam (13 Jun 1831); Philippe Gaillard (2) in Centenaire (24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); le Chiffonnier (2) in Chiffonnier (15 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); Ci-devant Jeune Homme (2) in Ci-devant Jeune Homme (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); Guenot (1) in Cuisinier de Buffon (17 Jun 1831); L'Homme de soixant ans (1) in Homme de Soixant Ans (17 Jun 1831); Jean Lepiteux (2) in Jean Qui Pleure et Jean Qui Rit (24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Juif (1) in Juif (20 Jun 1831); M. Deschalumeaux (2) in Mons. Deschalumeaux (24 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); M. Pique-Assiette (1) in Mons. Pique-Assiette (20 Jun 1831); Dandin (1) in Plaideurs (17 Jun 1831); M. L'Esperance (1) in Solliciteur (20 Jun 1831); Rousseaux tailleur (1) in Tailleur de Jean Jacques Rousseau (22 Jun 1831); Werther (2) in Werther (10 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831)

Preval, Mons.

Leblanc pere (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); Jerome Gaillard (2) in Centenaire (24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Dumont (1) in Chanson (10 Jun 1831); M. Gripefort (2) in Chiffonnier (15 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); M. Sombreuil (2) in Ci-devant Jeune Homme (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); Pot-de-vin (1) in Cuisinier de Buffon (17 Jun 1831); Jean Guilleret (2) in Jean Qui Pleure et Jean Qui Rit (24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Brisetout (1) in Juif (20 Jun 1831); Frantz (1) in Kettly (29 Jun 1831); Richardin (1) in Mauvaises Tetes (1 Jul 1831); Tricot (1) in Mons. Pique-Assiette (20 Jun 1831); Petit Jean (1) in Plaideurs (17 Jun 1831); M. Cazini (1) in Projets de Mariage (13 Jun 1831); Montrichard (1) in Tailleur de Jean Jacques Rousseau (22 Jun 1831)

Reeve, John

Billy Taylor (12) in Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (18 Oct 1830 - 22 Jan 1831); Hannibal Fuzee (6) in Bold Dragoons (13 Dec 1830 - 29 Dec 1830); Mr. Gilbert Honeyman (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Christopher Glowworm (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Sharp (6) in Married Bachelor (31 Jan 1831 - 5 Feb 1831); Fat Tom Coffin (22) in Pilot (29 Nov 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Abrahamides (22) in Quadrupeds (8 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831); Peter Prong (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Marmaduke Magog (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Sanders, John

Ben Blockhead (12) in Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (18 Oct 1830 - 22 Jan 1831); The Black Vulture (18) in Black Vulture (25 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Pat (6) in Bricklayer's Arms (4 Oct 1830 - 27 Nov 1830); Romer (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Gyone (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Nosey Jack, afterwards Clown (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831); Sebastian (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Tipem (7) in Love Laughs at Bailiffs (16 Dec 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); corporal (3) in May Queen (9 Dec 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Serjeant Drill (22) in Pilot (29 Nov 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Bernardo (22) in Quadrupeds (8 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831); Trysail (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Andrew Phipps (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Shaw, J.

Timotheus (22) in Quadrupeds (8 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Smith, O.

Carolus (12) in Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (18 Oct 1830 - 22 Jan 1831); Octolar (18) in Black Vulture (25 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); The Black Vulture (18) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 23 Oct 1830); Mammon (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Hans (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Master Barney Barnstable (22) in Pilot (29 Nov 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Francisco (22) in Quadrupeds (8 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831); Captain Grampus (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Smith, Stephen

Capt. Flatbottom (6) in Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (17 Jan 1831 - 22 Jan 1831); Old Nicholas (6) in Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (18 Oct 1830 - 23 Oct 1830); Kalmakhan (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Mr. Flayalive (6) in Bricklayer's Arms (4 Oct 1830 - 27 Nov 1830); Shanks (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Mr. Wiseman (18) in Dead Shot (4 Oct 1830 - 15 Jan 1831); Tomaso (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Latitat (14) in Kind Intentions (24 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); 1st chamois hunter (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); soldier (3) in May Queen (9 Dec 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Captain How-hard (22) in Pilot (29 Nov 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Pucker (22) in Quadrupeds (8 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831); Mr. Egotus Altoloque (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Yarn (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Blackadder (72) in Wreck Ashore (1 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831); Avory (9) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 30 Oct 1830)

Smith, Stephen?

Hans (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830)

St. Aubert, Mons.

Marquis de St. Valier (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); Pierre Gaillard (2) in Centenaire (24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); M. de Valcour (1) in Chanson (10 Jun 1831); Duc de Villars (2) in Mons. Deschalumeaux (24 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); Le General Comte de Bremont (1) in Suites d'un Mariage de Raison (27 Jun 1831)

Taylor

Chingchis (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); vine dressers, sailors (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Count Claw (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831); Linaro, Alpanor, spirit hunters (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); creditors (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Negroes, sailors, marines (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Thomas (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Webster, V.

Kolus (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Mr. Osmond (6) in Bricklayer's Arms (4 Oct 1830 - 27 Nov 1830); Brisk (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Charles (12) in Dead Shot (3 Jan 1831 - 15 Jan 1831); Lucino (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Dr. Bolus (12) in Kind Intentions (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); 2d chamois hunter (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); waiter (7) in Love Laughs at Bailiffs (16 Dec 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Captain Evershot (3) in May Queen (9 Dec 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Lieut. Toughman (22) in Pilot (29 Nov 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Bartholomeus (22) in Quadrupeds (8 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831); Monsieur Capriole (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Capt. Ludlow (6) in Water Witch (6 Dec 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Barbelot (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Wilkinson, James P.

Mat Mudlark (6) in Bricklayer's Arms (4 Oct 1830 - 27 Nov 1830); Tom Trippit (2) in Freaks and Follies (21 Feb 1831 - 22 Feb 1831); Timothy (14) in Kind Intentions (24 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Chatter (7) in Love Laughs at Bailiffs (16 Dec 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); The Pilot (22) in Pilot (29 Nov 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); principal characters (6) in William and Adelaide (11 Oct 1830 - 16 Oct 1830)

Willing

Acbar (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); vine dressers, sailors (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Duke of Lovetripe (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831); Linaro, Alpanor, spirit hunters (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); creditors (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Negroes, sailors, marines (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Harry (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Willson

Nikoul Nadir (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Mincing (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); vine dressers, sailors (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Nibble (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831); Gregory (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Christophorides (22) in Quadrupeds (8 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831); Negroes, sailors, marines (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Gaffer Fallowfield (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Yates, Frederick H.

Octolar (18) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 23 Oct 1830); Leon Sabertash (6) in Bold Dragoons (13 Dec 1830 - 29 Dec 1830); Mr. Beauclerk (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Astolpho (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Astragalus (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Sir Charles Courtall (6) in Married Bachelor (31 Jan 1831 - 5 Feb 1831); Tim Wasp, Mr. O'Rapparee, Poker, Phelim M'Quill, Miss Mildew, Mrs. Bankinton Bombasin, Mr. Capsicum, Cleopatra, Miss Capsicum, Old File, Mr. Caesar Le Blond (1) in No. 26 and No. 27 (18 Apr 1831); Mr. Yates (12) in Pilot (29 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Mr. Frederick Similus (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Mynheer Von Bleutenspielen, a German composer (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Jarvie Wheelem (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Katty O'Dab (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Monsieur Capriole, hair dresser and opera ballet dancer (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Egotus Altoloque, a teacher of elocution (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Melville (35) in Was I To Blame? (13 Dec 1830 - 19 Mar 1831); Thomas Tiller (18) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 4 Dec 1830); Miles Bertram (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831); Madame Pompeydoor (28) in Yates in Italy (18 Apr 1831 - 30 Jun 1831); Lord Phidias Crackstone (28) in Yates in Italy (18 Apr 1831 - 30 Jun 1831); Signor Tommaso Jacksonnini (28) in Yates in Italy (18 Apr 1831 - 30 Jun 1831); Signora Catterina (28) in Yates in Italy (18 Apr 1831 - 30 Jun 1831); Sir Sturgeon Garrett (28) in Yates in Italy (18 Apr 1831 - 30 Jun 1831); Terence Gossoon (28) in Yates in Italy (18 Apr 1831 - 30 Jun 1831); Beau Flamington (28) in Yates in Italy (18 Apr 1831 - 30 Jun 1831); Captain Cloudesly Ogle (28) in Yates in Italy (18 Apr 1831 - 30 Jun 1831)

Actresses

Angelina, Miss

Silverrain (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831); attendant spirits (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831)

Barnett, Miss Millie?

Mrs. Maggs (6) in Bricklayer's Arms (4 Oct 1830 - 27 Nov 1830); vine dressers, sailors (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Miss Moll Row (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831); Susan (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Blousedora (22) in Quadrupeds (8 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Barnett, Miss S.

attendant spirits (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831)

Baudin, Mme.

Comtesse de Moirmont (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); Madame Lessouffle (2) in Beneficiaire (13 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Madame Lerond (2) in Centenaire (24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Madame Gerval (2) in Chiffonnier (15 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); Mme. Lepiteux (2) in Jean Qui Pleure et Jean Qui Rit (24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Mme. Simonne (1) in Juif (20 Jun 1831); Mme. Werner (1) in Kettly (29 Jun 1831); la Comtesse (1) in Plaideurs (17 Jun 1831)

Beaumont, Miss

vine dressers, sailors (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Her Grace of Greeneyes (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831); creditors (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Mrs. Starling (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Beaumont, Mrs.

Miss Beauclerk (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Grizzle Glowworm (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831)

Corra, Mlle.

Baronne de Lorges (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); jokey de Zephirine (2) in Beneficiaire (13 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Une Jeune Mariee (1) in Mons. Pique-Assiette (20 Jun 1831)

Daly, Miss

Ozinda (18) in Black Vulture (25 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Rosine (6) in Bold Dragoons (13 Dec 1830 - 29 Dec 1830); Peggy (6) in Bricklayer's Arms (4 Oct 1830 - 27 Nov 1830); Chatter (18) in Dead Shot (4 Oct 1830 - 15 Jan 1831); Sabina (6) in Devil's Ducat (27 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Ellen (2) in Freaks and Follies (21 Feb 1831 - 22 Feb 1831); Mrs. Rosemore (14) in Kind Intentions (24 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Mrs. Rappelkoff (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Emily Valmont (7) in Love Laughs at Bailiffs (16 Dec 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Lady Courtall (6) in Married Bachelor (31 Jan 1831 - 5 Feb 1831); Mary Bowyer (3) in May Queen (9 Dec 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Dorothea (16) in Quadrupeds (15 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831); Tinderella (6) in Quadrupeds (8 Nov 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Letitia Moonshine (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830); Eudora (9) in Water Witch (2 Dec 1830 - 11 Dec 1830)

Daly, Mrs.

Nubida (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Margot (6) in Bold Dragoons (13 Dec 1830 - 29 Dec 1830); Lady Osmond (6) in Bricklayer's Arms (4 Oct 1830 - 27 Nov 1830); Sabina (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Mopperella (22) in Quadrupeds (8 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831); Miss Tabitha Von Skaats (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Dame Barnard (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Fitzwilliam, Mrs. Edward

Mary Wagstaff (12) in Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (18 Oct 1830 - 22 Jan 1831); Ozinda (18) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 23 Oct 1830); Ninette (3) in Bold Dragoons (27 Dec 1830 - 29 Dec 1830); Emma (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Louisa Lovetrick (18) in Dead Shot (4 Oct 1830 - 15 Jan 1831); Elizabeth (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Grace Gaylove (6) in Married Bachelor (31 Jan 1831 - 5 Feb 1831); Miss Kitty Plowden (9) in Pilot (29 Nov 1830 - 8 Dec 1830); Dorothea (6) in Quadrupeds (8 Nov 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Eudora (15) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 1 Dec 1830); principal characters (6) in William and Adelaide (11 Oct 1830 - 16 Oct 1830); Bella (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Florval, Mlle.

Clementine (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); Zephirine (2) in Beneficiaire (13 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Marie (1) in Bourguemestre de Sardam (13 Jun 1831); Céline (2) in Chiffonnier (15 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); Hortense (1) in Juif (20 Jun 1831); Mme. de Villeroux (2) in Mons. Deschalumeaux (24 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); Ernestine (1) in Mons. Pique-Assiette (20 Jun 1831); Mlle. Clairon (1) in Tailleur de Jean Jacques Rousseau (22 Jun 1831)

Gallot, Miss

attendant spirits (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831)

Gallot, Mrs.

Hon. Mrs Starch (6) in Bricklayer's Arms (4 Oct 1830 - 27 Nov 1830)

Gamard, Mme.

Goton (3) in Anglais pour Rire (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); Madeleine (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); Eugenie (1) in Chanson (10 Jun 1831); Honorine (1) in Homme de Soixant Ans (17 Jun 1831)

Glover, Miss Mary

Kitty Sligo (12) in Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow (18 Oct 1830 - 22 Jan 1831); Ianthe (36) in Black Vulture (4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830); Ninette (3) in Bold Dragoons (13 Dec 1830 - 15 Dec 1830); Lady Harriet (6) in Bricklayer's Arms (4 Oct 1830 - 27 Nov 1830); Nancy (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Charlotte (14) in Kind Intentions (24 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Amelia (4) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (21 Mar 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); Amoret (38) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Lucinda (7) in Love Laughs at Bailiffs (16 Dec 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Mrs. Pipkin (3) in May Queen (9 Dec 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); Miss Kitty Plowden (13) in Pilot (9 Dec 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Alida de Barbarie (24) in Water Witch (15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830); principal characters (6) in William and Adelaide (11 Oct 1830 - 16 Oct 1830)

Irma, Mlle.

Kettly (1) in Kettly (29 Jun 1831); Sidonie (1) in Mauvaises Tetes (1 Jul 1831); Suzette (1) in Suites d'un Mariage de Raison (27 Jun 1831)

Jamain, Mlle.

Henriette (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); Palma (2) in Beneficiaire (13 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Madame de Verseuil (2) in Chiffonnier (15 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); Perrotte (1) in Cuisinier de Buffon (17 Jun 1831); Aurore (2) in Jean Qui Pleure et Jean Qui Rit (24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Isabelle (1) in Plaideurs (17 Jun 1831); Rosaline (1) in Projets de Mariage (13 Jun 1831)

Nursey, Miss

vine dressers, sailors (13) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831); Lady Spitfire, Countess of Kittenoften (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831); creditors (24) in Scheming and Seeming (7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830)

Preval, Mme.

La Marquise de St. Valier (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); Gertrude (1) in Cuisinier de Buffon (17 Jun 1831); Mademoiselle Descedules (1) in Juif (20 Jun 1831); Madame de Granville (1) in Mauvaises Tetes (1 Jul 1831); Mme. Dalibon (1) in Mons. Pique-Assiette (20 Jun 1831); Madame Durand (1) in Solliciteur (20 Jun 1831); Charlotte (2) in Werther (10 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831)

Robinson, Miss

Lady Luscious Lapmilk (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831)

Rose, Miss

attendant spirits (42) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831)

St. Ange, Mlle.

Aspasie (3) in Anglais pour Rire (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); Leon (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); Jules (2) in Antoine (10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831); Isabeau (2) in Centenaire (24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Madame de Bienville (2) in Ci-devant Jeune Homme (15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831); Angelina (1) in Homme de Soixant Ans (17 Jun 1831); Madame Guilleret (2) in Jean Qui Pleure et Jean Qui Rit (24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831); Lucette Richard (1) in Juif (20 Jun 1831); Mme. de Brillon (2) in Mons. Deschalumeaux (24 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831); Madame Versac (1) in Solliciteur (20 Jun 1831); Madame Pinchon (1) in Suites d'un Mariage de Raison (27 Jun 1831); Babet (1) in Tailleur de Jean Jacques Rousseau (22 Jun 1831)

Stallard, Miss

Princess Purrpretty, afterwards Columbine (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831); Amoret (4) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (21 Mar 1831 - 26 Mar 1831); attendant spirits (38) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Tinderella (16) in Quadrupeds (15 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831); Lucy (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Taylor, Miss

The Honorable Mrs. Smeller (39) in Grimalkin the Great (27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831)

Yates, Mrs. Frederick H.

Valentine Pretty (12) in Bringing Home the Bride (28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Sabina (7) in Devil's Ducat (16 Dec 1830 - 23 Dec 1830); Amelia (38) in King of the Alps and the Misanthrope (24 Jan 1831 - 19 Mar 1831); Julia (35) in Was I To Blame? (13 Dec 1830 - 19 Mar 1831); Alice (81) in Wreck Ashore (21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Singers

Dancers

Entertainers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

Anglais pour Rire, Les; ou, La Table et le Logement

(vaudeville, 1 act) by C. A. Sewrin, T. M. Dumersan (3 times, 15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Antoine; ou, Les Trois Generations

(drama, 3 acts) by A. H. Melesville, N. Brazier (2 times, 10 Jun 1831 - 22 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Beneficiaire, Le

(vaudeville, 5 acts) by Unknown (2 times, 13 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831)

Summary Cast:

Billy Taylor! The Gay Young Fellow

(burlesque) by John B. Buckstone (12 times, 18 Oct 1830 - 22 Jan 1831)

Summary Cast:

* Black Vulture, The; or, The Wheel of Death

(musical drama, 3 acts) by Edward Fitzball, George H. Rodwell (comp) (36 times, 4 Oct 1830 - 13 Nov 1830)

Summary Cast:

Bold Dragoons, The

(burletta) by Morris Barnett (6 times, 13 Dec 1830 - 29 Dec 1830)

Summary Cast:

Bourguemestre de Sardam, Le; ou, Le Prince Charpentier

(vaudeville, 2 acts) by J. T.? Merle, E. C. de Boirie (1 time, 13 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Bricklayer's Arms, The

(farce) by Unknown (6 times, 4 Oct 1830 - 27 Nov 1830)

Summary Cast:

* Bringing Home the Bride; or, The Husband's First Journey

(vaudeville, 6 stages, 2 acts) by William T. Moncrieff, George H. Rodwell (comp) (12 times, 28 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831)

Summary Cast:

Centenaire, Le; ou, La Famille des Gaillards

(vaudeville, 1 act) by M. E. Theaulon, Dartois, Armand (2 times, 24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831)

Summary Cast:

Chanson, La; ou, L' Interieur d'un Bureau

(vaudeville, 1 act) by Unknown (1 time, 10 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Chiffonnier, Le; ou, Le Philosophe Nocturne

(vaudeville, 5 acts) by M. E. Theaulon, C. G. Etienne (2 times, 15 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Ci-devant Jeune Homme, Le

(comedy, 1 act) by J. T.? Merle (2 times, 15 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Comic Annual, Vol. 2

(entertainment, one part) by Charles Mathews, Richard B. Peake (31 times, 18 Apr 1831 - 30 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Cuisinier de Buffon, Le

(vaudeville, 1 act) by J. T.? Merle, M. N. Balisson de Rougemont, A. J.? Simonnin (1 time, 17 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Dead Shot, A

(farce) by John B. Buckstone (18 times, 4 Oct 1830 - 15 Jan 1831)

Summary Cast:

* Devil's Ducat, The; or, The Gift of Mammon

(melodrama) by Douglas W. Jerrold (13 times, 16 Dec 1830 - 1 Jan 1831)

Summary Cast:

Freaks and Follies [; or, A Match for the Old One]

(farce) by George H. Rodwell (2 times, 21 Feb 1831 - 22 Feb 1831)

Summary Cast:

* Grimalkin the Great; or, Harlequin and the King of Cats

(comic pantomime, 19 scenes) by John B. Buckstone, George H. Rodwell (comp) (39 times, 27 Dec 1830 - 9 Feb 1831)

Summary Cast:

Homme de Soixant Ans, L'; ou, La Petite Entetee

(vaudeville, 1 act) by Dartois, Armand, A. J. Simonnin (1 time, 17 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Jean Qui Pleure et Jean Qui Rit

(vaudeville, 1 act) by C. A. Sewrin, N. Brazier (2 times, 24 Jun 1831 - 1 Jul 1831)

Summary Cast:

Juif, Le; ou, La Foret de Remival

(vaudeville, 2 acts) by Desaugier (1 time, 20 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Kettly; ou, Le Retour en Suisse

(vaudeville, 1 act) by Duvert (1 time, 29 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

* Kind Intentions

(farce) by Unknown (14 times, 24 Feb 1831 - 19 Mar 1831)

Summary Cast:

* King of the Alps and the Misanthrope, The

(romantic drama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone, von Mueller (comp), George H. Rodwell (comp) (42 times, 24 Jan 1831 - 26 Mar 1831)

Summary Cast:

Love Laughs at Bailiffs

(farce) by Unknown (7 times, 16 Dec 1830 - 23 Dec 1830)

Summary Cast:

Married Bachelor, The [; or, Master and Man]

(farce) by P. P. O'Callaghan (6 times, 31 Jan 1831 - 5 Feb 1831)

Summary Cast:

Mauvaises Tetes, Les; ou, Le Baril de Poudre

(vaudeville, 1 act) by C. A. Sewrin (1 time, 1 Jul 1831)

Summary Cast:

May Queen, The; or, Sampson the Serjeant

(farce) by John B. Buckstone (3 times, 9 Dec 1830 - 11 Dec 1830)

Summary Cast:

Mons. Deschalumeaux; ou, Une Soiree de Carnival

(operatic farce, 3 acts) by Auguste Creuze de Lesser, Gaveaux (comp) (2 times, 24 Jun 1831 - 29 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Mons. Pique-Assiette

(vaudeville, 1 act) by Dartois, Armand, Gabriel (1 time, 20 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

No. 26 and No. 27; or, Next Door Neighbours

(entertainment) by Charles Mathews, Richard B. Peake (1 time, 18 Apr 1831)

Summary Cast:

* Pilot, The; or, A Tale of the Thames

(burlesque, prelude, 4 scenes) by John B. Buckstone, Frederick H. Yates (22 times, 29 Nov 1830 - 23 Dec 1830)

Summary Cast:

Plaideurs, Les

(drama, 3 acts) by Jean Racine (1 time, 17 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Projets de Mariage, Les; ou, Les Deux Militaires

(comedy, 1 act) by Alexander Duval (1 time, 13 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Quadrupeds, The [; or, The Manager's Last Kick]

(burlesque) by Samuel J. Arnold (22 times, 8 Nov 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Summary Cast:

* Scheming and Seeming; or, Mimic Art and Attic Science

(farce) by Joseph Lunn (24 times, 7 Oct 1830 - 6 Nov 1830)

Summary Cast:

Solliciteur, Le; ou, L' Art d'Obtenir des Places

(vaudeville, 1 act) by Eugene Scribe (1 time, 20 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Suites d'un Mariage de Raison, Les

(vaudeville, 1 act) by Dartois, Armand, L' Herik (1 time, 27 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

Tailleur de Jean Jacques Rousseau, Le

(comedy, 1 act) by M. N. Balisson de Rougemont, J. T.? Merle (1 time, 22 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

* Was I To Blame?

(farce) by George H. Rodwell (35 times, 13 Dec 1830 - 19 Mar 1831)

Summary Cast:

* Water Witch, The; or, The Skimmer of the Sea

(burletta) by William B. Bernard (24 times, 15 Nov 1830 - 11 Dec 1830)

Summary Cast:

Werther; ou, Egaremens d'un Coeur Sensible

(vaudeville, 1 act) by Unknown (2 times, 10 Jun 1831 - 27 Jun 1831)

Summary Cast:

William and Adelaide

(burletta) by Edward Fitzball, Henry R. Bishop (comp) (6 times, 11 Oct 1830 - 16 Oct 1830)

Summary Cast:

* Wreck Ashore, The; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea

(burletta, 2 acts) by John B. Buckstone, George H. Rodwell (comp) (81 times, 21 Oct 1830 - 26 Mar 1831)

Summary Cast:

Yates in Italy; or, The Beautiful Bar Maid

(entertainment, one act) by Frederick H. Yates (28 times, 18 Apr 1831 - 30 Jun 1831)

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Originally published by Greenwood Press as The Sans Pareil Theatre 1806-1819, Adelphi Theatre 1819-1850: An Index to Authors, Titles, Performers, 1988, and The Adelphi Theatre 1850-1900: An Index to Authors, Titles, Performers and Management, 1992.
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The Adelphi Theatre Calendar revised, reconstructed and amplified.  Copyright © 2013, by Alfred L. Nelson, Gilbert B. Cross, Joseph Donohue.  This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License, with the exception of graphics from The Clip Art Book, edited by Gerard Quinn and published by Crescent in 1990.  These images are reproduced in accord with the publisher’s note, which states "The Clip Art Book is a new compilation of illustrations that are in the public domain.  The individual illustrations are copyright free and may be reproduced without permission or payment.  However, the selection of illustrations and their layout is the copyright of the publisher, so that one page or more may not be photocopied or reproduced without first contacting the publishers."