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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)

(ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY)

1806-1900

Calendar for Summer 1833

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

Seasonal Digest

The plans of Samuel J. Arnold to build a new English Opera House before the summer season of 1832 did not come to fruition and as a result, the company lacked a permanent home that summer and during the summer of 1833.  The latter season at the Adelphi, which commenced on 8 April, proved to be a trying one for the management, as witnessed by this early report by the Theatrical Observer that the "season has commenced most inauspiciously, the house being every night very ill-attended" (14 April 1833).  The apparent cause of the low attendance was a flu epidemic, which also prevented Charles Mathews from returning to London in time to begin his Comic Annual performances.  In a letter to H. B. Gyles, his amateur actor friend, on 17 April 1833, Mathews wrote:  "I should have opened with, I think, another good entertainment on Monday [22 April], but the epidemic...is a panic with a vengeance—worse than cholera, though not so fatal" (Mathews, Memoirs of Charles Mathews, Comedian, IV, 162).

A remark in the Theatrical Observer on 22 April indicated, however, that the epidemic actually helped boost business at the Adelphi:  "Mr. Arnold has benefited by the influenza greatly, for since the closing of other houses, his audiences have quadrupled" This jump in attendance did not ultimately save the season, though, because the Theatrical Observer reported on 20 May:  "We are sorry to hear it reported that Mr. Arnold has resigned the responsibility of manager of this company for the present in consequence of the badness of the houses" (Theatrical Observer, 20 April, 1833).  In his autobiography, James Robinson Planché writes Arnold asked him to take over the management for the season but that he was unable to serve his old friend in that capacity (Recollections and Reflections of James Robinson Planché, I, 192).  Finally, the Observer reported on May 31 "Mr. Arnold intends resuming his interest in the concern in July."  Then in the middle of June, this development was reported:

It was intended to have closed this theatre on Thursday last until the beginning of July, when Mr. Arnold renews his managership, but we understand that the company have made an arrangement by which they will continue to perform on their own responsibility.  Mr. Arnold lost 1000 pounds this present season, before he withdrew from the concern (Theatrical Observer).

During the English Opera Company's management of the Adelphi, problems continued to plague them.  The Athenæum reported the leading actors sacrificed their own salaries for the good of the company:  "For some time after the company resolved to take the theatre into their own hands, the receipts were very moderate; and, while this was the case, the salaries of the humbler classes were paid in full, the principals acting for nothing" (22 June, 1833, p. 404).  In fact, one member of the company, Benjamin Wrench, even tried to negotiate with the Adelphi's proprietors for a reduction of the rent.  According to the Theatrical Observer of 17 June, "Mr. Wrench waited on Messrs. Mathews and Yates, for a short time since, and after stating the situation in which the performers were placed, requested them to make a reduction in the rent of 10 pounds per week; they, however, refused, saying that they could compel Mr. Arnold to pay the full amount he had agreed for."  Arnold finally returned to the Adelphi in July and finished out the season, which ran through 21 September.  Despite all the financial struggles, 33 plays were staged, and 114 performances given.

The summer season of 1833 included many revivals of old favorites which ran briefly and then closed.  Among those plays were The Bottle Imp, The Middle Temple, Gretna Green, Wanted, A Governess, and The Evil Eye.  Richard B. Peake proved to be the most popular playwright of the summer, with seven of his plays appearing on the bills.  The most popular play of the summer, William Bernard's The Mummy, ran for 71 performances and "succeeded in attracting [audiences] beyond anything that the season has produced" (Times, 4 June 1833).  Another favorite proved to be Thomas Serle's The Yeoman's Daughter, which, although written for Fanny M. Kelly, was successfully acted by Harriet Waylett.  The Athenæum pronounced the musical drama "very well written" and praised the performance of Mr. Salter as well (27 July 1833, p. 500).

Throughout the season the Times' critic repeatedly remarked about the small size of the Adelphi stage and its unsuitability for large-scale productions like those done by the English Opera Company.  However, when Planché's opera The Court Masque; or, Richmond in Olden Time opened on 9 September, critics forgot about the limitations of the theatre and saw only the merits of this landmark production.  The Athenæum lamented, "it is a pity that the most creditable piece of the season should not have been produced until within a fortnight of its termination" (14 September 1833, p. 620).  The critic went on to describe the acting as "above average," but paid particular attention to the style with which the production was mounted.  He wrote that Planché "has gracefully thrown over the whole, the mantle and manners of the period... [The] dresses and general arrangement give good evidence of [his] intimate knowledge of these very essential matters."  The Theatrical Observer remarked upon Planché's great "tact and dramatic skill" (11 September 1833) and gave particular attention to the visual elements of the production.  "The opera has been got up with great care as far as regards scenery and dresses, all of which were new, picturesque, and appropriate; the first dress worn by Miss Murray is an exact copy of Holbein's celebrated picture of Anne Boleyn" (Theatrical Observer, 10 September 1833).  The production marked a significant attempt at historical accuracy by James Robinson Planché and the Adelphi designers, Tompkins and Pitt.

At the end of the season, Thomas Serle addressed the audience on behalf of S. J. Arnold by conveying his "sincere thanks for the patronage with which you have honoured this establishment during a period of calamity and general depression almost unparalleled in theatrical history" (Times, 23 September 1833).  He also noted that "many difficulties have hitherto prevented the building of the new English Opera House, but that those vexatious impediments have been gradually removed...and there is now every reason to hope that a very few months will enable him to welcome his friends and the public in a theatre worthy of them."  He pledged that Arnold would restore "the English Opera at least to that degree of credit which it had acquired for some years before the disastrous event which drove him to an asylum where all his energies have been cramped and his main object defeated."  Indeed, the summer of 1833 was the last season that Arnold and the English Opera Company occupied the Adelphi Theatre.

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Daily Calendar for Summer 1833


8 April 1833
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; subtitled 1st nt only An Adventure of the Forest

Author: [Unknown]; Composer: Charles Martyn

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Next 9 April 1833

Genre:  (Melodrama) new musical drama

First Night Cast:

Philip (aged eighteen): Miss Murray (from Royal Olympic, 1st app this company)
Nicole (a vine dresser): John Reeve
Mons. Benet (Mayor of Nevers): W. Bennett
Montejo (a Jesuit-companion of Philip): Perkins
Pierre (his agent): O. Smith
Martin Delvar (garde-chasse of the forest): Minton
Paul: Morris
Spanish ambassador: Dowsing
chorus of vintagers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Franklin
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Brown
      Bowman
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Remens
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Louise (an orphan): Miss Ferguson
Madame Delvar: Mrs. Griffith (1st app)

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Cast Commentary

2)  Cupid (1)

Author: [John G. Millingen]; Composer: J. R. Tutton

Author Commentary:  a later piece called Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler is said to be by the author of Cupid

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Next 9 April 1833

Genre:  (Burlesque) never-tiring burletta

First Night Cast:

Mr. Vulcan Smith: O. Smith
Corporal Marsden: [James] Bland
Mr. Slykey (master tailor): Sanders
Master Smith (alias Cupid): John Reeve
Mrs. Vulcan Smith (alias Venus): Mrs. Griffith
Slykey (or Psyche): Miss Ferguson
The Three Miss Graces (old maids):
      Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
      Miss Elder
      Miss Remens

Cast Commentary

Music

Dance

3)  Neuha's Cave; or, The South Sea Mutineers (1)

Title Comment:  "Successfully performed for forty nights at TR CG" (bill)

Author: [Richard B. Peake]; Composer: George F. Stansbury

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Next 9 April 1833

Genre:  (Melodrama) revived romantic melo-dramatic romance

First Night Cast:

Captain Boldweather (commander of the "Narcissa"): Bayne
Sprayling (second mate): Perkins
Torquil (third mate): [Henry?] Hemming
Black Sam: O. Smith
Mr. Pimpernel Chickweed (gardener to the expedition): John Reeve
Ludwig Bompertz (a German, wrecked on the island): Benson E. Hill
Ben Bunting (boatswain's mate): Salter
Jack Skyscrape: Minton
Locksley (captain's clerk): Morris
Dogsbody: Dowsing
mutineers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
officers (Captain Boldweather's party):
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Walsh
(islanders)
      Fegee (Sovereign of the Tonga, or Friendly Isles): Sanders
      Attoo (a chieftain, his nephew): F. Sutton
      islanders and warriors:
            T. Brown
            Bowman
            Sharp
            Nelson
            Johnson
            [James] Paulo
      Neuha (daughter of the chief): Miss [Leonora] Pincott
      female islanders:
            Mrs. Emden
            Miss Jackson
            Mrs. Walsh
            Miss Elder
            Miss Wells
            Miss E. Wells
            Miss Reid
            Miss Vials

Spectacle

Scenery Description

General, Advertisement


9 April 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (2)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 8 April 1833; Next 10 April 1833

Cast:

Philip: Miss Murray
Nicole: John Reeve
Mons. Benet: W. Bennett
Montejo: Perkins
Pierre: O. Smith
Martin Delvar: Minton
Paul: Morris
Spanish ambassador: Dowsing
chorus of vintagers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Franklin
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Brown
      Bowman
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Remens
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Louise: Miss Ferguson
Madame Delvar: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Cupid (2)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 8 April 1833; Next 10 April 1833

Cast:

Mr. Vulcan Smith: O. Smith
Corporal Marsden: [James] Bland
Mr. Slykey: Sanders
Master Smith: John Reeve
Mrs. Vulcan Smith: Mrs. Griffith
Slykey: Miss Ferguson
The Three Miss Graces:
      Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
      Miss Elder
      Miss Remens

3)  Neuha's Cave; or, The South Sea Mutineers (2)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 8 April 1833; Next 10 April 1833

Cast:

Captain Boldweather: Bayne
Sprayling: Perkins
Torquil: [Henry?] Hemming
Black Sam: O. Smith
Mr. Pimpernel Chickweed: John Reeve
Ludwig Bompertz: Benson E. Hill
Ben Bunting: Salter
Jack Skyscrape: Minton
Locksley: Morris
Dogsbody: Dowsing
mutineers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
officers:
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Walsh
Fegee: Sanders
Attoo: F. Sutton
islanders and warriors:
      T. Brown
      Bowman
      Sharp
      Nelson
      Johnson
      [James] Paulo
Neuha: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
female islanders:
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

10 April 1833
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (3)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 9 April 1833; Next 11 April 1833

Cast:

Philip: Miss Murray
Nicole: John Reeve
Mons. Benet: W. Bennett
Montejo: Perkins
Pierre: O. Smith
Martin Delvar: Minton
Paul: Morris
Spanish ambassador: Dowsing
chorus of vintagers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Franklin
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Brown
      Bowman
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Remens
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Louise: Miss Ferguson
Madame Delvar: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (1)

Title Comment:  altered from I Promise to Pay by Joaquin T. [De] Trueba

Author: [Joaquin T. [De] Trueba]

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Next 11 April 1833

Genre:  (Farce) last new musical farce; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench (1st app in London this yr)
Mr. Brads (his uncle): W. Bennett
Mr. Melvil (creditor): [James] Bland
Shagreen (a tailor—creditor): Wyman (from Olympic, 1st app this company)
Reckon (tavern keeper—creditor): Salter
Isaac Percent (money lender—creditor): Minton
Widow Affable (lodging house-keeper—creditor): Miss Ferguson
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  Cupid (3)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 9 April 1833; Next 11 April 1833

Cast:

Mr. Vulcan Smith: O. Smith
Corporal Marsden: [James] Bland
Mr. Slykey: Sanders
Master Smith: John Reeve
Mrs. Vulcan Smith: Mrs. Griffith
Slykey: Miss Ferguson
The Three Miss Graces:
      Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
      Miss Elder
      Miss Remens

4)  Neuha's Cave; or, The South Sea Mutineers (3)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 9 April 1833; Next 11 April 1833

Cast:

Captain Boldweather: Bayne
Sprayling: Perkins
Torquil: [Henry?] Hemming
Black Sam: O. Smith
Mr. Pimpernel Chickweed: John Reeve
Ludwig Bompertz: Benson E. Hill
Ben Bunting: Salter
Jack Skyscrape: Minton
Locksley: Morris
Dogsbody: Dowsing
mutineers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
officers:
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Walsh
Fegee: Sanders
Attoo: F. Sutton
islanders and warriors:
      T. Brown
      Bowman
      Sharp
      Nelson
      Johnson
      [James] Paulo
Neuha: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
female islanders:
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

11 April 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (4)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 10 April 1833; Next 12 April 1833

Cast:

Philip: Miss Murray
Nicole: John Reeve
Mons. Benet: Wyman
Montejo: Perkins
Pierre: O. Smith
Martin Delvar: Minton
Paul: Morris
Spanish ambassador: Dowsing
chorus of vintagers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Franklin
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Brown
      Bowman
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Remens
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Louise: Miss Ferguson
Madame Delvar: Mrs. Griffith

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mons. Benet: Wyman (replaces W. Bennett)

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (2)

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Previous 10 April 1833; Next 12 April 1833

Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Brads: Bayne
Mr. Melvil: Perkins
Shagreen: Wyman
Reckon: Salter
Isaac Percent: Minton
Widow Affable: Miss Ferguson
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mr. Brads: Bayne (replaces W. Bennett)
  Mr. Melvil: Perkins (replaces [James] Bland)

3)  Cupid (4)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 10 April 1833; Next 12 April 1833

Cast:

Mr. Vulcan Smith: O. Smith
Corporal Marsden: Salter
Mr. Slykey: Sanders
Master Smith: John Reeve
Mrs. Vulcan Smith: Mrs. Griffith
Slykey: Miss Ferguson
The Three Miss Graces:
      Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
      Miss Elder
      Miss Remens

Cast Changes:

BUT  Corporal Marsden: Salter (replaces [James] Bland)

4)  Neuha's Cave; or, The South Sea Mutineers (4)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 10 April 1833; Next 12 April 1833

Cast:

Captain Boldweather: Bayne
Sprayling: Perkins
Torquil: [Henry?] Hemming
Black Sam: O. Smith
Mr. Pimpernel Chickweed: John Reeve
Ludwig Bompertz: Benson E. Hill
Ben Bunting: Salter
Jack Skyscrape: Minton
Locksley: Morris
Dogsbody: Dowsing
mutineers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
officers:
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Walsh
Fegee: Sanders
Attoo: F. Sutton
islanders and warriors:
      T. Brown
      Bowman
      Sharp
      Nelson
      Johnson
      [James] Paulo
Neuha: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
female islanders:
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

12 April 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
12 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (5)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 11 April 1833; Next 13 April 1833

Cast:

Philip: Miss Murray
Nicole: John Reeve
Mons. Benet: Wyman
Montejo: Perkins
Pierre: O. Smith
Martin Delvar: Minton
Paul: Morris
Spanish ambassador: Dowsing
chorus of vintagers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Franklin
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Brown
      Bowman
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Remens
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Louise: Miss Ferguson
Madame Delvar: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (3)

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Previous 11 April 1833; Next 13 April 1833

Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Brads: Bayne
Mr. Melvil: Perkins
Shagreen: Wyman
Reckon: Salter
Isaac Percent: Minton
Widow Affable: Miss Ferguson
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  Cupid (5)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 11 April 1833; Next 9 May 1833

Cast:

Mr. Vulcan Smith: O. Smith
Corporal Marsden: Salter
Mr. Slykey: Sanders
Master Smith: John Reeve
Mrs. Vulcan Smith: Mrs. Griffith
Slykey: Miss Ferguson
The Three Miss Graces:
      Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
      Miss Elder
      Miss Remens

4)  Neuha's Cave; or, The South Sea Mutineers (5)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 11 April 1833; Next 13 April 1833

Cast:

Captain Boldweather: Bayne
Sprayling: Perkins
Torquil: [Henry?] Hemming
Black Sam: O. Smith
Mr. Pimpernel Chickweed: John Reeve
Ludwig Bompertz: Benson E. Hill
Ben Bunting: Salter
Jack Skyscrape: Minton
Locksley: Morris
Dogsbody: Dowsing
mutineers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
officers:
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Walsh
Fegee: Sanders
Attoo: F. Sutton
islanders and warriors:
      T. Brown
      Bowman
      Sharp
      Nelson
      Johnson
      [James] Paulo
Neuha: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
female islanders:
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

13 April 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (6)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 12 April 1833; Next 15 April 1833

Cast:

Philip: Miss Murray
Nicole: John Reeve
Mons. Benet: Wyman
Montejo: Perkins
Pierre: O. Smith
Martin Delvar: Minton
Paul: Morris
Spanish ambassador: Dowsing
chorus of vintagers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Franklin
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Brown
      Bowman
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Remens
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Louise: Miss Ferguson
Madame Delvar: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (4)

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Previous 12 April 1833; Next 16 April 1833

Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Brads: Bayne
Mr. Melvil: Perkins
Shagreen: Wyman
Reckon: Salter
Isaac Percent: Minton
Widow Affable: Miss Ferguson
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Old Regimentals (1)

Author: [William B. Bernard]; Composer: William Hawes

Performances:  First 13 April 1833; Next 16 April 1833

Genre:  (Operetta) new operetta

First Night Cast:

Charles Amadeus (Rheingrave of Alsace): Perkins
Chevalier Dandoli (his Italian secretary): [Henry?] Hemming
Dr. Abel Muzz (his chamberlain): John Reeve
Michael Braunbach (reduced veteran): Williams (from TR Haymarket, his 1st app)
Rheindorf (officer): Morris
(confederates of Dandoli)
      Ravine: Sanders
      Larolle: Walsh
Eva (daughter of Braunbach): Miss Alleyne (1st app this company)

Music

4)  Neuha's Cave; or, The South Sea Mutineers (6)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 12 April 1833; Next 15 April 1833

Cast:

Captain Boldweather: Bayne
Sprayling: Perkins
Torquil: [Henry?] Hemming
Black Sam: O. Smith
Mr. Pimpernel Chickweed: John Reeve
Ludwig Bompertz: Benson E. Hill
Ben Bunting: Salter
Jack Skyscrape: Minton
Locksley: Morris
Dogsbody: Dowsing
mutineers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
officers:
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Walsh
Fegee: Sanders
Attoo: F. Sutton
islanders and warriors:
      T. Brown
      Bowman
      Sharp
      Nelson
      Johnson
      [James] Paulo
Neuha: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
female islanders:
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

15 April 1833
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (1)

Author: [Richard B. Peake]; Composer: William Hawes

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Next 17 April 1833

Genre:  (Melodrama) new drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard (in the service of Mr. Strawberry): W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker (a poacher): Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick (son of Jacob Buzzard): Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg (a nondescript who describes himself): John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: Addison
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
Miss Prudence Strawberry (sister of the M.P.): Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca (wife of Buzzard): Miss Ferguson
Rosalie de Monneville (daughter of Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe): Miss Somerville
Lucy: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Jenny: Mrs. Emden
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Cast Commentary

Music

Music Commentary

2)  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (7)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 13 April 1833; Next 16 April 1833

Cast:

Philip: Miss Murray
Nicole: John Reeve
Mons. Benet: Wyman
Montejo: Perkins
Pierre: O. Smith
Martin Delvar: Minton
Paul: Morris
Spanish ambassador: Dowsing
chorus of vintagers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Franklin
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Brown
      Bowman
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Remens
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Louise: Miss Ferguson
Madame Delvar: Mrs. Griffith

3)  Neuha's Cave; or, The South Sea Mutineers (7)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 13 April 1833; Next 16 April 1833

Cast:

Captain Boldweather: Bayne
Sprayling: Perkins
Torquil: [Henry?] Hemming
Black Sam: O. Smith
Mr. Pimpernel Chickweed: John Reeve
Ludwig Bompertz: Benson E. Hill
Ben Bunting: Salter
Jack Skyscrape: Minton
Locksley: Morris
Dogsbody: Dowsing
mutineers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
officers:
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Walsh
Fegee: Sanders
Attoo: F. Sutton
islanders and warriors:
      T. Brown
      Bowman
      Sharp
      Nelson
      Johnson
      [James] Paulo
Neuha: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
female islanders:
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

16 April 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (8)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 15 April 1833; Next 17 April 1833

Cast:

Philip: Miss Murray
Nicole: John Reeve
Mons. Benet: Wyman
Montejo: Perkins
Pierre: O. Smith
Martin Delvar: Minton
Paul: Morris
Spanish ambassador: Dowsing
chorus of vintagers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Franklin
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Brown
      Bowman
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Remens
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Louise: Miss Ferguson
Madame Delvar: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (5)

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Previous 13 April 1833; Next 18 April 1833

Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Brads: Bayne
Mr. Melvil: Perkins
Shagreen: Wyman
Reckon: Salter
Isaac Percent: Minton
Widow Affable: Miss Ferguson
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Old Regimentals (2)

Performances:  First 13 April 1833; Previous 13 April 1833; Next 24 April 1833

Cast:

Charles Amadeus: Perkins
Chevalier Dandoli: [Henry?] Hemming
Dr. Abel Muzz: John Reeve
Michael Braunbach: Williams
Rheindorf: Morris
Ravine: Sanders
Larolle: Walsh
Eva: Miss Alleyne

4)  Neuha's Cave; or, The South Sea Mutineers (8)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 15 April 1833; Next 17 April 1833

Cast:

Captain Boldweather: Bayne
Sprayling: Perkins
Torquil: [Henry?] Hemming
Black Sam: O. Smith
Mr. Pimpernel Chickweed: John Reeve
Ludwig Bompertz: Benson E. Hill
Ben Bunting: Salter
Jack Skyscrape: Minton
Locksley: Morris
Dogsbody: Dowsing
mutineers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
officers:
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Walsh
Fegee: Sanders
Attoo: F. Sutton
islanders and warriors:
      T. Brown
      Bowman
      Sharp
      Nelson
      Johnson
      [James] Paulo
Neuha: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
female islanders:
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

17 April 1833
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (2)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 15 April 1833; Next 18 April 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: Addison
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss Ferguson
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Jenny: Mrs. Emden
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (9)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 16 April 1833; Next 19 April 1833

Cast:

Philip: Miss Murray
Nicole: John Reeve
Mons. Benet: Wyman
Montejo: Perkins
Pierre: O. Smith
Martin Delvar: Minton
Paul: Morris
Spanish ambassador: Dowsing
chorus of vintagers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Franklin
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Brown
      Bowman
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Remens
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Louise: Miss Ferguson
Madame Delvar: Mrs. Griffith

3)  Neuha's Cave; or, The South Sea Mutineers (9)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 16 April 1833; Next 23 April 1833

Cast:

Captain Boldweather: Bayne
Sprayling: Perkins
Torquil: [Henry?] Hemming
Black Sam: O. Smith
Mr. Pimpernel Chickweed: John Reeve
Ludwig Bompertz: Benson E. Hill
Ben Bunting: Salter
Jack Skyscrape: Minton
Locksley: Morris
Dogsbody: Dowsing
mutineers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
officers:
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Walsh
Fegee: Sanders
Attoo: F. Sutton
islanders and warriors:
      T. Brown
      Bowman
      Sharp
      Nelson
      Johnson
      [James] Paulo
Neuha: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
female islanders:
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

18 April 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (3)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 17 April 1833; Next 19 April 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: Addison
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss Ferguson
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Jenny: Mrs. Emden
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (6)

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Previous 16 April 1833; Next 14 May 1833

Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Brads: Bayne
Mr. Melvil: Perkins
Shagreen: Wyman
Reckon: Salter
Isaac Percent: Minton
Widow Affable: Miss Ferguson
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Bottle Imp (1)

Author: [Richard B. Peake]; Composer: George H. Rodwell

Performances:  First 18 April 1833; Next 19 April 1833

Genre:  (Melodrama) revived popular operatic romance

First Night Cast:

Albert (a German traveller): Franks
Willibald (his servant): [William H.] Oxberry (1st app this comp)
Nicola (a Spaniard): Perkins
Waldeck (a farmer): Williams
Conrade (his son, an officer of musqueteers in the Venetian service): [Henry?] Hemming
Shadrac (a Jew pedlar): Minton
Jomelli (a musqueteer): Salter
sergeant: Walsh
soldier: Dowsing
Montorio (agent of the Inquisition): Morris
Inquisitor: [James] Paulo
chamberlain: Sanders
The Bottle Imp: O. Smith
Marcelia (daughter of Waldeck): Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Lucretia (a Venetian lady): Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Philippa (her attendant): Miss Slade (her 1st app)

Cast Commentary


19 April 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (4)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 18 April 1833; Next 20 April 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: Addison
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss Ferguson
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Jenny: Mrs. Emden
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (10)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 17 April 1833; Next 20 April 1833

Cast:

Philip: Miss Murray
Nicole: John Reeve
Mons. Benet: Wyman
Montejo: Perkins
Pierre: O. Smith
Martin Delvar: Minton
Paul: Morris
Spanish ambassador: Dowsing
chorus of vintagers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Franklin
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Brown
      Bowman
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Remens
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Louise: Miss Ferguson
Madame Delvar: Mrs. Griffith

3)  The Bottle Imp (2)

Performances:  First 18 April 1833; Previous 18 April 1833; Next 20 April 1833

Cast:

Albert: Franks
Willibald: [William H.] Oxberry
Nicola: Perkins
Waldeck: Williams
Conrade: [Henry?] Hemming
Shadrac: Minton
Jomelli: Salter
sergeant: Walsh
soldier: Dowsing
Montorio: Morris
Inquisitor: [James] Paulo
chamberlain: Sanders
The Bottle Imp: O. Smith
Marcelia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Lucretia: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Philippa: Miss Slade

Dance


20 April 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (5)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 19 April 1833; Next 22 April 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: Addison
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss Ferguson
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Jenny: Mrs. Emden
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (11)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 19 April 1833; Next 23 April 1833

Cast:

Philip: Miss Murray
Nicole: John Reeve
Mons. Benet: Wyman
Montejo: Perkins
Pierre: O. Smith
Martin Delvar: Minton
Paul: Morris
Spanish ambassador: Dowsing
chorus of vintagers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Franklin
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Brown
      Bowman
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Remens
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Louise: Miss Ferguson
Madame Delvar: Mrs. Griffith

3)  The Bottle Imp (3)

Performances:  First 18 April 1833; Previous 19 April 1833; Next 22 April 1833

Cast:

Albert: Franks
Willibald: [William H.] Oxberry
Nicola: Perkins
Waldeck: Williams
Conrade: [Henry?] Hemming
Shadrac: Minton
Jomelli: Salter
sergeant: Walsh
soldier: Dowsing
Montorio: Morris
Inquisitor: [James] Paulo
chamberlain: Sanders
The Bottle Imp: O. Smith
Marcelia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Lucretia: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Philippa: Miss Slade

22 April 1833
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (6)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 20 April 1833; Next 24 April 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: Addison
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Jenny: Mrs. Emden
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Cast Changes:

BUT  Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello (replaces Miss Ferguson)

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (1)

Title Comment:  Times gives (2) Call Again Tomorrow

Author: [Richard B. Peake]; Composer: George H. Rodwell

Performances:  First 22 April 1833; Next 25 April 1833

Genre:  (Operetta) comic operetta

First Night Cast:

Briefless: [Benjamin] Wrench
Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: Salter
Noggins: Walsh
Hairbrain: Minton
Pounce: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
John: Bowman
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Griffith
Julia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Penelope: Miss Ferguson

3)  The Bottle Imp (4)

Performances:  First 18 April 1833; Previous 20 April 1833; Next 24 April 1833

Cast:

Albert: Franks
Willibald: [William H.] Oxberry
Nicola: Perkins
Waldeck: Williams
Conrade: [Henry?] Hemming
Shadrac: Minton
Jomelli: Salter
sergeant: Walsh
soldier: Dowsing
Montorio: Morris
Inquisitor: [James] Paulo
chamberlain: Sanders
The Bottle Imp: O. Smith
Marcelia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Lucretia: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Philippa: Miss Slade

23 April 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Two Words! or, Silent, Not Dumb (1)

Title Comment:  "For the 1st time in six years" (bill)

Author: [Samuel J. Arnold]; Composer: [John] Addison

Performances:  First 23 April 1833; Next 25 April 1833

Genre:  (Melodrama) musical drama

First Night Cast:

Sir Hildebrand de Guy: Williams
Valbelle: Perkins
La Fleur: John Reeve
Tonnerre: Salter
1st robber: Sanders
2d robber: Brown
3d robber: [James] Paulo
Sir Hildebrand's troop:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
Rosabelle: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly (1st app this season)
Lucie: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
hostess: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (12)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 20 April 1833; Next 26 April 1833

Cast:

Philip: Miss Murray
Nicole: John Reeve
Mons. Benet: Wyman
Montejo: Perkins
Pierre: O. Smith
Martin Delvar: Minton
Paul: Morris
Spanish ambassador: Dowsing
chorus of vintagers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Franklin
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Brown
      Bowman
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Remens
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Louise: Miss Ferguson
Madame Delvar: Mrs. Griffith

3)  Neuha's Cave; or, The South Sea Mutineers (10)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 17 April 1833

Cast:

Captain Boldweather: Bayne
Sprayling: Perkins
Torquil: [Henry?] Hemming
Black Sam: O. Smith
Mr. Pimpernel Chickweed: John Reeve
Ludwig Bompertz: Benson E. Hill
Ben Bunting: Salter
Jack Skyscrape: Minton
Locksley: Morris
Dogsbody: Dowsing
mutineers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
officers:
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Walsh
Fegee: Sanders
Attoo: F. Sutton
islanders and warriors:
      T. Brown
      Bowman
      Sharp
      Nelson
      Johnson
      [James] Paulo
Neuha: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
female islanders:
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

24 April 1833
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (7)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 22 April 1833; Next 26 April 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Cast Changes:

BUT  Jenny: Miss Elder (replaces Mrs. Emden)
  Lucy: Mrs. Emden (replaces Miss [Cecilia?] Novello)
  servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt (replaces Addison)

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Old Regimentals (3)

Performances:  First 13 April 1833; Previous 16 April 1833; Next 2 August 1833

Cast:

Charles Amadeus: Perkins
Chevalier Dandoli: [Henry?] Hemming
Dr. Abel Muzz: John Reeve
Michael Braunbach: Williams
Rheindorf: Morris
Ravine: Sanders
Larolle: Walsh
Eva: Miss Alleyne

3)  The Bottle Imp (5)

Performances:  First 18 April 1833; Previous 22 April 1833; Next 25 April 1833

Cast:

Albert: Franks
Willibald: [William H.] Oxberry
Nicola: Perkins
Waldeck: Williams
Conrade: [Henry?] Hemming
Shadrac: Minton
Jomelli: Salter
sergeant: Walsh
soldier: Dowsing
Montorio: Morris
Inquisitor: [James] Paulo
chamberlain: Sanders
The Bottle Imp: O. Smith
Marcelia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Lucretia: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Philippa: Miss Slade

25 April 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Two Words! or, Silent, Not Dumb (2)

Performances:  First 23 April 1833; Previous 23 April 1833; Next 27 April 1833

Cast:

Sir Hildebrand de Guy: Williams
Valbelle: Perkins
La Fleur: John Reeve
Tonnerre: Salter
1st robber: Sanders
2d robber: Brown
3d robber: [James] Paulo
Sir Hildebrand's troop:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
Rosabelle: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Lucie: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
hostess: Mrs. Griffith
Sir Hildebrand's Troop: Johnston

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Sir Hildebrand's troop: Johnston

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (2)

Title Comment:  Times gives (2) Phillip of Anjou

Performances:  First 22 April 1833; Previous 22 April 1833; Next 26 April 1833

Cast:

Briefless: [Benjamin] Wrench
Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: Salter
Noggins: Walsh
Hairbrain: Minton
Pounce: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
John: Bowman
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Griffith
Julia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Penelope: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

Cast Changes:

BUT  Penelope: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello (replaces Miss Ferguson)

3)  The Bottle Imp (6)

Performances:  First 18 April 1833; Previous 24 April 1833; Next 27 April 1833

Cast:

Albert: Franks
Willibald: [William H.] Oxberry
Nicola: Perkins
Waldeck: Williams
Conrade: [Henry?] Hemming
Shadrac: Minton
Jomelli: Salter
sergeant: Walsh
soldier: Dowsing
Montorio: Morris
Inquisitor: [James] Paulo
chamberlain: Sanders
The Bottle Imp: O. Smith
Marcelia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Lucretia: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Philippa: Miss Slade

26 April 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (8)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 24 April 1833; Next 30 April 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (3)

Title Comment:  Times gives (2) Call Again Tomorrow

Performances:  First 22 April 1833; Previous 25 April 1833; Next 27 April 1833

Cast:

Briefless: [Benjamin] Wrench
Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: Salter
Noggins: Walsh
Hairbrain: Minton
Pounce: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
John: Bowman
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Griffith
Julia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Penelope: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (13)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 23 April 1833; Next 4 May 1833

Cast:

Philip: Miss Murray
Nicole: John Reeve
Mons. Benet: Wyman
Montejo: Perkins
Pierre: O. Smith
Martin Delvar: Minton
Paul: Morris
Spanish ambassador: Dowsing
chorus of vintagers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Franklin
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Brown
      Bowman
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Remens
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Louise: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Madame Delvar: Mrs. Griffith

Cast Changes:

BUT  Louise: Miss [Leonora] Pincott (replaces Miss Ferguson)

27 April 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Two Words! or, Silent, Not Dumb (3)

Performances:  First 23 April 1833; Previous 25 April 1833; Next 2 May 1833

Cast:

Sir Hildebrand de Guy: Williams
Valbelle: Perkins
La Fleur: John Reeve
Tonnerre: Salter
1st robber: Sanders
2d robber: Brown
3d robber: [James] Paulo
Sir Hildebrand's troop:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
Rosabelle: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Lucie: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
hostess: Mrs. Griffith
Sir Hildebrand's Troop: Johnston

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (4)

Performances:  First 22 April 1833; Previous 26 April 1833; Next 28 May 1833

Cast:

Briefless: [Benjamin] Wrench
Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: Salter
Noggins: Walsh
Hairbrain: Minton
Pounce: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
John: Bowman
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Griffith
Julia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Penelope: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Bottle Imp (7)

Performances:  First 18 April 1833; Previous 25 April 1833; Next 7 May 1833

Cast:

Albert: Franks
Willibald: [William H.] Oxberry
Nicola: Perkins
Waldeck: Williams
Conrade: [Henry?] Hemming
Shadrac: Minton
Jomelli: Salter
sergeant: Walsh
soldier: Dowsing
Montorio: Morris
Inquisitor: [James] Paulo
chamberlain: Sanders
The Bottle Imp: O. Smith
Marcelia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Lucretia: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Philippa: Miss Slade

30 April 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 April 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (9)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 26 April 1833; Next 2 May 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (1)

Title Comment:  1st time at this theatre

Author: [James R. Planché]; Composer: Morris Barnett

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Next 2 May 1833

Genre:  (Vaudeville) vaudeville

First Night Cast:

Marquis de Viellecour: Williams
Colonel de la Garde: [James] Bland
Lieutenant Merval: [Henry?] Hemming
Madame de Viellecour: Mrs. Griffith
Madame de la Garde: Miss Murray
 

3)  Gretna Green (1)

Author: [Samuel Beazley Jr.]; Composer: George W. Reeve

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Next 9 May 1833

Genre:  (Operetta) musical entertainment

First Night Cast:

Lord Lovewell: [James] Bland
Mr. Tomkins: W. Bennett
Jenkins: [Benjamin] Wrench
Larder: Wyman (1st time)
Emily: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Betty Finnikin: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly

Song

4)  Wanted a Governess! (1)

Author: [Richard B. Peake]

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Next 11 May 1833

Genre:  (Dramatic sketch) musical farce; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Rusty: Williams (1st time)
Captain Dashwood: [James] Bland
Theophilus Foxglove: Benson E. Hill
Higginbottom: Salter
Lucy Dashwood: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Julia Malvern: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

2 May 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 May 1833
playbill
British Library

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (10)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 30 April 1833; Next 16 May 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (2)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 30 April 1833; Next 4 May 1833

Cast:

Marquis de Viellecour: Williams
Colonel de la Garde: [James] Bland
Lieutenant Merval: [Henry?] Hemming
Madame de Viellecour: Mrs. Griffith
Madame de la Garde: Miss Murray
 

3)  Two Words! or, Silent, Not Dumb (4)

Performances:  First 23 April 1833; Previous 27 April 1833

Cast:

Sir Hildebrand de Guy: Williams
Valbelle: Perkins
La Fleur: John Reeve
Tonnerre: Salter
1st robber: Sanders
2d robber: Brown
3d robber: [James] Paulo
Sir Hildebrand's troop:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
Rosabelle: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Lucie: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
hostess: Mrs. Griffith
Sir Hildebrand's Troop: Johnston

4 May 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Soldier's Widow; or, The Ruins of the Mill (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; based on tale in Turner's Annual

Author: [Edward Fitzball]; Composer: [Morris] Barnett

Performances:  First 4 May 1833; Next 7 May 1833

Genre:  (Melodrama) new melo-drama

First Night Cast:

Pierre Bertrand (father of Lisette): W. Bennett
Edouard de Tournay (a young soldier): [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore Sanguard (a rich villager): Perkins
Paul Couteau (a military razor grinder): John Reeve
Laroche: Walsh
peasant: Sanders
villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Lisette: Miss Somerville
Jacqueline (the Soldier's Widow): Miss [Frances M.] Kelly

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Scenery Description

2)  Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (3)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 2 May 1833; Next 7 May 1833

Cast:

Marquis de Viellecour: Williams
Colonel de la Garde: [James] Bland
Lieutenant Merval: [Henry?] Hemming
Madame de Viellecour: Mrs. Griffith
Madame de la Garde: Miss Murray
 

3)  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (14)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 26 April 1833

Cast:

Philip: Miss Murray
Nicole: John Reeve
Mons. Benet: Wyman
Montejo: Perkins
Pierre: O. Smith
Martin Delvar: Minton
Paul: Morris
Spanish ambassador: Dowsing
chorus of vintagers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Franklin
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Brown
      Bowman
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Remens
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Louise: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Madame Delvar: Mrs. Griffith

7 May 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 May 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Soldier's Widow; or, The Ruins of the Mill (2)

Performances:  First 4 May 1833; Previous 4 May 1833; Next 9 May 1833

Cast:

Pierre Bertrand: W. Bennett
Edouard de Tournay: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore Sanguard: Perkins
Paul Couteau: John Reeve
Laroche: Walsh
peasant: Sanders
villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Lisette: Miss Somerville
Jacqueline: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (4)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 4 May 1833; Next 9 May 1833

Cast:

Marquis de Viellecour: Williams
Colonel de la Garde: [James] Bland
Lieutenant Merval: [Henry?] Hemming
Madame de Viellecour: Mrs. Griffith
Madame de la Garde: Miss Murray
 

3)  The Bottle Imp (8)

Performances:  First 18 April 1833; Previous 27 April 1833; Next 28 May 1833

Cast:

Albert: Franks
Willibald: [William H.] Oxberry
Nicola: Perkins
Waldeck: Williams
Conrade: [Henry?] Hemming
Shadrac: Minton
Jomelli: Salter
sergeant: Walsh
soldier: Dowsing
Montorio: Morris
Inquisitor: [James] Paulo
chamberlain: Sanders
The Bottle Imp: O. Smith
Marcelia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Lucretia: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Philippa: Miss Slade

9 May 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 May 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Soldier's Widow; or, The Ruins of the Mill (3)

Performances:  First 4 May 1833; Previous 7 May 1833; Next 11 May 1833

Cast:

Pierre Bertrand: W. Bennett
Edouard de Tournay: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore Sanguard: Perkins
Paul Couteau: John Reeve
Laroche: Walsh
peasant: Sanders
villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Lisette: Miss Somerville
Jacqueline: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (5)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 7 May 1833; Next 11 May 1833

Cast:

Marquis de Viellecour: Williams
Colonel de la Garde: [James] Bland
Lieutenant Merval: [Henry?] Hemming
Madame de Viellecour: Mrs. Griffith
Madame de la Garde: Miss Murray
 

3)  Gretna Green (2)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 30 April 1833; Next 21 May 1833

Cast:

Lord Lovewell: [James] Bland
Mr. Tomkins: W. Bennett
Jenkins: [Benjamin] Wrench
Larder: Wyman
Emily: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Betty Finnikin: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly

4)  Cupid (6)

Performances:  First 8 April 1833; Previous 12 April 1833

Cast:

Mr. Vulcan Smith: O. Smith
Corporal Marsden: [James] Bland
Mr. Slykey: Sanders
Master Smith: John Reeve
Mrs. Vulcan Smith: Mrs. Griffith
Slykey: Miss Alleyne
The Three Miss Graces:
      Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
      Miss Elder
      Miss Remens

Cast Changes:

BUT  Corporal Marsden: [James] Bland (replaces Salter)
  Slykey: Miss Alleyne (replaces Miss Ferguson)

11 May 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 May 1833
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Soldier's Widow; or, The Ruins of the Mill (4)

Performances:  First 4 May 1833; Previous 9 May 1833; Next 14 May 1833

Cast:

Pierre Bertrand: W. Bennett
Edouard de Tournay: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore Sanguard: Perkins
Paul Couteau: John Reeve
Laroche: Walsh
peasant: Sanders
villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Lisette: Miss Somerville
Jacqueline: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (6)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 9 May 1833; Next 14 May 1833

Cast:

Marquis de Viellecour: Williams
Colonel de la Garde: [James] Bland
Lieutenant Merval: [Henry?] Hemming
Madame de Viellecour: Mrs. Griffith
Madame de la Garde: Miss Murray
 

3)  The Cellar Spectre (1)

Title Comment:  Nicoll gives 1st perf as 11/7/1833 at Adelphi; "Founded on the celebrated burlesque of the Earls of Hammersmith" (bill) An 1811 piece by Poole (Earls of Hammersmith) uses Cellar Spectre as subtitle in Lacy

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 11 May 1833; Next 14 May 1833

Genre:  (Burlesque) comic, tragic, operatic, illegitimate drama

First Night Cast:

Earl Bluster (Lord Protector of Turnham Green, an usurper): Williams
The Right Hon. Simon Viscount Spoonbill (rightful Lord of Turnham Green): O. Smith
Sir Capacious Calipash (Earl Bluster's prime minister): John Reeve
Sir Alick Calipee (his rival in love and politics): Salter
Dead Flunkie (ghost of a footman in livery): Sanders
officers and privates of the Ninety-Ninth Regiment of Hammersmith Fusileers—Brentford Insurgents:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
Lady Spoonbill (a supposed widow, about to bestow her hand on Lord Bluster): Mrs. Griffith
Lady Margaret Marrowbones: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
ghost of the Dowager Countess of Hammersmith: Miss Appleton
ladies of Earl's Court:
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Remens

Entertainment

Spectacle

Scenery Description

4)  Wanted a Governess! (2)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 30 April 1833; Next 8 June 1833

Cast:

Rusty: Williams
Captain Dashwood: [James] Bland
Theophilus Foxglove: Benson E. Hill
Higginbottom: Salter
Lucy Dashwood: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Julia Malvern: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

14 May 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 May 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Soldier's Widow; or, The Ruins of the Mill (5)

Performances:  First 4 May 1833; Previous 11 May 1833; Next 16 May 1833

Cast:

Pierre Bertrand: W. Bennett
Edouard de Tournay: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore Sanguard: Perkins
Paul Couteau: John Reeve
Laroche: Walsh
peasant: Sanders
villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Lisette: Miss Somerville
Jacqueline: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (7)

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Previous 18 April 1833; Next 1 June 1833

Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Brads: Bayne
Mr. Melvil: [James] Bland
Shagreen: Wyman
Reckon: Salter
Isaac Percent: Minton
Widow Affable: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mr. Melvil: [James] Bland (replaces Perkins)
  Widow Affable: Miss [Leonora] Pincott (replaces Miss Ferguson)

3)  Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (7)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 11 May 1833; Next 9 July 1833

Cast:

Marquis de Viellecour: Williams
Colonel de la Garde: [James] Bland
Lieutenant Merval: [Henry?] Hemming
Madame de Viellecour: Mrs. Griffith
Madame de la Garde: Miss Murray
 

4)  The Cellar Spectre (2)

Performances:  First 11 May 1833; Previous 11 May 1833; Next 16 May 1833

Cast:

Earl Bluster: Williams
The Right Hon. Simon Viscount Spoonbill: O. Smith
Sir Capacious Calipash: John Reeve
Sir Alick Calipee: Salter
Dead Flunkie: Sanders
officers and privates of the Ninety-Ninth Regiment of Hammersmith Fusileers—Brentford Insurgents:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
Lady Spoonbill: Mrs. Griffith
Lady Margaret Marrowbones: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
ghost of the Dowager Countess of Hammersmith: Miss Appleton
ladies of Earl's Court:
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Remens

16 May 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 May 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (11)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 2 May 1833; Next 18 May 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Soldier's Widow; or, The Ruins of the Mill (6)

Performances:  First 4 May 1833; Previous 14 May 1833; Next 18 May 1833

Cast:

Pierre Bertrand: W. Bennett
Edouard de Tournay: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore Sanguard: Perkins
Paul Couteau: John Reeve
Laroche: Walsh
peasant: Sanders
villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Lisette: Miss Somerville
Jacqueline: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly

3)  The Cellar Spectre (3)

Performances:  First 11 May 1833; Previous 14 May 1833

Cast:

Earl Bluster: Williams
The Right Hon. Simon Viscount Spoonbill: O. Smith
Sir Capacious Calipash: John Reeve
Sir Alick Calipee: Salter
Dead Flunkie: Sanders
officers and privates of the Ninety-Ninth Regiment of Hammersmith Fusileers—Brentford Insurgents:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
Lady Spoonbill: Mrs. Griffith
Lady Margaret Marrowbones: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
ghost of the Dowager Countess of Hammersmith: Miss Appleton
ladies of Earl's Court:
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Remens

18 May 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 May 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Soldier's Widow; or, The Ruins of the Mill (7)

Performances:  First 4 May 1833; Previous 16 May 1833

Cast:

Pierre Bertrand: W. Bennett
Edouard de Tournay: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore Sanguard: Perkins
Paul Couteau: John Reeve
Laroche: Walsh
peasant: Sanders
villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
Lisette: Miss Somerville
Jacqueline: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Is He Jealous? (1)

Author: [Samuel Beazley Jr.]; Composer: Thomas Welsh

Performances:  First 18 May 1833; Next 6 June 1833

Genre:  (Comic operetta) comic operetta

First Night Cast:

Mr. Belmour: [Benjamin] Wrench
servants:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
Harriet: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Mrs. Belmour: Miss Murray
Rose: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

3)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (12)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 16 May 1833; Next 21 May 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

21 May 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 May 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Evil Eye (1)

Author: [Richard B. Peake]; Composer: George H. Rodwell

Performances:  First 21 May 1833; Next 23 May 1833

Genre:  (Musical romance) popular musical romance

First Night Cast:

Mavroyeni (the Waywode): Perkins
Demetrius: [James] Bland
Basilius: Minton
Zane Kiebabs: John Reeve
(sons of the Chieftain of the House of Abanitza)
      Andrea: Franks
      Marco: Miss Henderson
Barozzi: O. Smith
Kara Mustapha: Salter
Giorgio (a mariner): Morris
Helena (wife of Demetrius, victim to the supposed Evil Eye): Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Phrosina (daughter of Basilius): Miss [Leonora] Pincott

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Spectacle

Scenery Description

2)  Gretna Green (3)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 9 May 1833; Next 23 May 1833

Cast:

Lord Lovewell: [James] Bland
Mr. Tomkins: W. Bennett
Jenkins: [Benjamin] Wrench
Larder: Wyman
Emily: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Betty Finnikin: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly

3)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (13)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 18 May 1833; Next 23 May 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

23 May 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 May 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Evil Eye (2)

Performances:  First 21 May 1833; Previous 21 May 1833; Next 24 May 1833

Cast:

Mavroyeni: Perkins
Demetrius: [James] Bland
Basilius: Minton
Zane Kiebabs: John Reeve
Andrea: Franks
Marco: Miss Henderson
Barozzi: O. Smith
Kara Mustapha: Salter
Giorgio: Morris
Helena: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Phrosina: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Gretna Green (4)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 21 May 1833; Next 24 May 1833

Cast:

Lord Lovewell: [James] Bland
Mr. Tomkins: W. Bennett
Jenkins: [Benjamin] Wrench
Larder: Wyman
Emily: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Betty Finnikin: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly

3)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (14)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 21 May 1833; Next 24 May 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

24 May 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 May 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Evil Eye (3)

Performances:  First 21 May 1833; Previous 23 May 1833; Next 28 May 1833

Cast:

Mavroyeni: Perkins
Demetrius: [James] Bland
Basilius: Minton
Zane Kiebabs: John Reeve
Andrea: Franks
Marco: Miss Henderson
Barozzi: O. Smith
Kara Mustapha: Salter
Giorgio: Morris
Helena: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Phrosina: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Gretna Green (5)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 23 May 1833

Cast:

Lord Lovewell: [James] Bland
Mr. Tomkins: W. Bennett
Jenkins: [Benjamin] Wrench
Larder: Wyman
Emily: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Betty Finnikin: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly

3)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (15)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 23 May 1833; Next 30 May 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

28 May 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 May 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Evil Eye (4)

Performances:  First 21 May 1833; Previous 24 May 1833; Next 30 May 1833

Cast:

Mavroyeni: Perkins
Demetrius: [James] Bland
Basilius: Minton
Zane Kiebabs: John Reeve
Andrea: Franks
Marco: Miss Henderson
Barozzi: O. Smith
Kara Mustapha: Salter
Giorgio: Morris
Helena: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Phrosina: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (5)

Performances:  First 22 April 1833; Previous 27 April 1833; Next 30 May 1833

Cast:

Briefless: [Benjamin] Wrench
Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: Salter
Noggins: Walsh
Hairbrain: Minton
Pounce: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
John: Bowman
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Griffith
Julia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Penelope: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Bottle Imp (9)

Performances:  First 18 April 1833; Previous 7 May 1833; Next 25 July 1833

Cast:

Albert: Franks
Willibald: [William H.] Oxberry
Nicola: Perkins
Waldeck: Williams
Conrade: [Henry?] Hemming
Shadrac: Minton
Jomelli: Salter
sergeant: Walsh
soldier: Dowsing
Montorio: Morris
Inquisitor: [James] Paulo
chamberlain: Sanders
The Bottle Imp: O. Smith
Marcelia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Lucretia: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Philippa: Miss Slade

30 May 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 May 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Evil Eye (5)

Performances:  First 21 May 1833; Previous 28 May 1833; Next 1 June 1833

Cast:

Mavroyeni: Perkins
Demetrius: [James] Bland
Basilius: Minton
Zane Kiebabs: John Reeve
Andrea: Franks
Marco: Miss Henderson
Barozzi: O. Smith
Kara Mustapha: Salter
Giorgio: Morris
Helena: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Phrosina: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (6)

Performances:  First 22 April 1833; Previous 28 May 1833; Next 4 June 1833

Cast:

Briefless: [Benjamin] Wrench
Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: Salter
Noggins: Walsh
Hairbrain: Minton
Pounce: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
John: Bowman
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Griffith
Julia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Penelope: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (16)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 24 May 1833; Next 1 June 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

1 June 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 June 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Evil Eye (6)

Performances:  First 21 May 1833; Previous 30 May 1833; Next 4 June 1833

Cast:

Mavroyeni: Perkins
Demetrius: [James] Bland
Basilius: Minton
Zane Kiebabs: John Reeve
Andrea: Franks
Marco: Miss Henderson
Barozzi: O. Smith
Kara Mustapha: Salter
Giorgio: Morris
Helena: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Phrosina: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (8)

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Previous 14 May 1833; Next 31 July 1833

Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Brads: Bayne
Mr. Melvil: [James] Bland
Shagreen: Wyman
Reckon: Salter
Isaac Percent: Minton
Widow Affable: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (17)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 30 May 1833; Next 11 June 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

4 June 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 June 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Mummy (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [William B. Bernard]; Composer: William Hawes

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Next 6 June 1833

Genre:  (Operatic farce) new operatic extravaganza

First Night Cast:

Captain Canter (a bold dragoon): [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon (an antiquarian, possessed of the "elixir vitae"): Williams
Theophilus Pole (a painter of the sublime): Wyman
Larry Bathershin (an enlightened Irishman): Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp (a provincial tragedian): John Reeve
Old Tramp (a dealer in slops): Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
Benjamin: Johnston
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan (her maid): Miss [Leonora] Pincott

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Quartette [; or, Interrupted Harmony] (1)

Composer: William Hawes

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Next 25 June 1833

Genre:  (Operetta) comic operetta

First Night Cast:

General Lafonde: W. Bennett
Ernest (captain of hussars): [Benjamin] Wrench
Major Belcour (of the same regiment): [James] Bland
Blaston (trumpeter of hussars): Salter
Pippin (black porter of the chateau): Sanders
officers:
      Morris
      Walsh
      Dowsing
      Willing
Madame de Luceval: Miss Somerville
Madame Lafonde: Mrs. Griffith
Justine (femme de chambre): Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

Music

3)  The Evil Eye (7)

Performances:  First 21 May 1833; Previous 1 June 1833; Next 6 June 1833

Cast:

Mavroyeni: Perkins
Demetrius: [James] Bland
Basilius: Minton
Zane Kiebabs: John Reeve
Andrea: Franks
Marco: Miss Henderson
Barozzi: O. Smith
Kara Mustapha: Salter
Giorgio: Morris
Helena: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Phrosina: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

4)  The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (7)

Performances:  First 22 April 1833; Previous 30 May 1833; Next 8 June 1833

Cast:

Briefless: [Benjamin] Wrench
Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: Salter
Noggins: Walsh
Hairbrain: Minton
Pounce: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
John: Bowman
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Griffith
Julia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Penelope: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

6 June 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 June 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Mummy (2)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 4 June 1833; Next 8 June 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Benjamin: Johnston

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Is He Jealous? (2)

Performances:  First 18 May 1833; Previous 18 May 1833

Cast:

Mr. Belmour: [Benjamin] Wrench
servants:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
Harriet: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Mrs. Belmour: Miss Murray
Rose: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

3)  One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement (1)

Title Comment:  Nicoll, IV, 635: "Ascribed both to J. Reeve and J. H. Reynolds"

Author: [John Reeve]

Performances:  First 6 June 1833

Genre:  (Operatic farce) interlude

First Night Cast:

Old Coupleton: Bayne
John: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Harry Alias: John Reeve
Sir Peter Teazle: John Reeve
Dr. Endall: John Reeve
Sam Dabbs: John Reeve
an actor: John Reeve
Sophie Coupleton: Miss Alleyne

Entertainment

4)  The Evil Eye (8)

Performances:  First 21 May 1833; Previous 4 June 1833; Next 2 July 1833

Cast:

Mavroyeni: Perkins
Demetrius: [James] Bland
Basilius: Minton
Zane Kiebabs: John Reeve
Andrea: Franks
Marco: Miss Henderson
Barozzi: O. Smith
Kara Mustapha: Salter
Giorgio: Morris
Helena: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Phrosina: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

8 June 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 June 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Mummy (3)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 6 June 1833; Next 11 June 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Benjamin: Johnston

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Wanted a Governess! (3)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 11 May 1833

Cast:

Rusty: Williams
Captain Dashwood: [James] Bland
Theophilus Foxglove: Benson E. Hill
Higginbottom: Salter
Lucy Dashwood: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Julia Malvern: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

3)  The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (8)

Performances:  First 22 April 1833; Previous 4 June 1833; Next 5 August 1833

Cast:

Briefless: [Benjamin] Wrench
Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: Salter
Noggins: Walsh
Hairbrain: Minton
Pounce: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
John: Bowman
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Griffith
Julia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Penelope: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

4)  Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (1)

Title Comment:  "Based on Mrs. Shelley's romance" (Nicoll)

Author: [Richard B. Peake]; Composer: Watson

Performances:  First 8 June 1833; Next 11 June 1833

Genre:  (Melodrama) romance of a peculiar interest; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Frankenstein: Perkins
de Lacey (a banished gentleman): Wyman
Felix de Lacey (his son): Franks
Fritz: [William H.] Oxberry
William: Miss Petifer
Clerval: [James] Bland
Hammerpan: Salter
Tanskin: Minton
gypsey: Morris
[-----]: O. Smith
Elizabeth (sister to Frankenstein): Miss Somerville
Agatha de Lacey: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Madame Ninon (wife of Fritz): Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
gypseys, villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

Cast Commentary

Music

Song


11 June 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 June 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (18)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 1 June 1833; Next 13 June 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Mummy (4)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 8 June 1833; Next 13 June 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Benjamin: Johnston

3)  Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (2)

Performances:  First 8 June 1833; Previous 8 June 1833; Next 13 June 1833

Cast:

Frankenstein: Perkins
de Lacey: Wyman
Felix de Lacey: Franks
Fritz: [William H.] Oxberry
William: Miss Petifer
Clerval: [James] Bland
Hammerpan: Salter
Tanskin: Minton
gypsey: Morris
[-----]: O. Smith
Elizabeth: Miss Somerville
Agatha de Lacey: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Madame Ninon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
gypseys, villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

13 June 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 June 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (19)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 11 June 1833; Next 15 June 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Mummy (5)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 11 June 1833; Next 15 June 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Benjamin: Johnston

3)  Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (3)

Performances:  First 8 June 1833; Previous 11 June 1833; Next 15 June 1833

Cast:

Frankenstein: Perkins
de Lacey: Wyman
Felix de Lacey: Franks
Fritz: [William H.] Oxberry
William: Miss Petifer
Clerval: [James] Bland
Hammerpan: Salter
Tanskin: Minton
gypsey: Morris
[-----]: O. Smith
Elizabeth: Miss Somerville
Agatha de Lacey: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Madame Ninon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
gypseys, villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

15 June 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 June 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (20)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 13 June 1833; Next 18 June 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Mummy (6)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 13 June 1833; Next 18 June 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Benjamin: Johnston

3)  Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (4)

Performances:  First 8 June 1833; Previous 13 June 1833; Next 25 June 1833

Cast:

Frankenstein: Perkins
de Lacey: Wyman
Felix de Lacey: Franks
Fritz: [William H.] Oxberry
William: Miss Petifer
Clerval: [James] Bland
Hammerpan: Salter
Tanskin: Minton
gypsey: Morris
[-----]: O. Smith
Elizabeth: Miss Somerville
Agatha de Lacey: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Madame Ninon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
gypseys, villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

18 June 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 June 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (1)

Author: [William B. Bernard]

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Next 20 June 1833

Genre:  (Drama) nautical historical drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn" (secret agent of the governor, and captain of a picaroon): O. Smith
Lord Cornbury (Governor of New York): Perkins
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo (a London merchant): W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse (the treasure seeker): Williams
Edward Ganlesse (his son, a ferryman): Franks
Barry Mulligan (the governor's gentleman): Benson E. Hill
(the Long Finn's fraternity)
      Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
      Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
      Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
      Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline (the governor's daughter): Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Music

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Mummy (7)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 15 June 1833; Next 20 June 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden
Benjamin: Johnston

Cast Changes:

BUT  Susan: Mrs. Emden (replaces Miss [Leonora] Pincott)

3)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (21)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 15 June 1833; Next 20 June 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

20 June 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 June 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (2)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 18 June 1833; Next 22 June 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: Perkins
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Mummy (8)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 18 June 1833; Next 22 June 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden
Benjamin: Johnston

3)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (22)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 18 June 1833; Next 22 June 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

22 June 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 June 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (3)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 20 June 1833; Next 25 June 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: Perkins
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Mummy (9)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 20 June 1833; Next 2 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden
Benjamin: Johnston

3)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (23)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 20 June 1833; Next 11 July 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

25 June 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 June 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (4)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 22 June 1833; Next 27 June 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: Perkins
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Quartette [; or, Interrupted Harmony] (2)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 4 June 1833; Next 27 June 1833

Cast:

General Lafonde: W. Bennett
Ernest: [Benjamin] Wrench
Major Belcour: [James] Bland
Blaston: Salter
Pippin: Sanders
officers:
      Morris
      Walsh
      Dowsing
      Willing
Madame de Luceval: Miss Somerville
Madame Lafonde: Mrs. Griffith
Justine: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (5)

Performances:  First 8 June 1833; Previous 15 June 1833; Next 27 June 1833

Cast:

Frankenstein: Perkins
de Lacey: Wyman
Felix de Lacey: Franks
Fritz: [William H.] Oxberry
William: Miss Petifer
Clerval: [James] Bland
Hammerpan: Salter
Tanskin: Minton
gypsey: Morris
[-----]: O. Smith
Elizabeth: Miss Somerville
Agatha de Lacey: Mrs. Emden
Madame Ninon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
gypseys, villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

Cast Changes:

BUT  Agatha de Lacey: Mrs. Emden (replaces Miss [Leonora] Pincott)

27 June 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 June 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (5)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 25 June 1833; Next 29 June 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: Perkins
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Quartette [; or, Interrupted Harmony] (3)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 25 June 1833; Next 29 June 1833

Cast:

General Lafonde: W. Bennett
Ernest: [Benjamin] Wrench
Major Belcour: [James] Bland
Blaston: Salter
Pippin: Sanders
officers:
      Morris
      Walsh
      Dowsing
      Willing
Madame de Luceval: Miss Somerville
Madame Lafonde: Mrs. Griffith
Justine: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (6)

Performances:  First 8 June 1833; Previous 25 June 1833; Next 29 June 1833

Cast:

Frankenstein: Perkins
de Lacey: Wyman
Felix de Lacey: Franks
Fritz: [William H.] Oxberry
William: Miss Petifer
Clerval: [James] Bland
Hammerpan: Salter
Tanskin: Minton
gypsey: Morris
[-----]: O. Smith
Elizabeth: Miss Somerville
Agatha de Lacey: Mrs. Emden
Madame Ninon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
gypseys, villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

29 June 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 June 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (6)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 27 June 1833; Next 2 July 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: Perkins
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Quartette [; or, Interrupted Harmony] (4)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 27 June 1833; Next 22 July 1833

Cast:

General Lafonde: W. Bennett
Ernest: [Benjamin] Wrench
Major Belcour: [James] Bland
Blaston: Salter
Pippin: Sanders
officers:
      Morris
      Walsh
      Dowsing
      Willing
Madame de Luceval: Miss Somerville
Madame Lafonde: Mrs. Griffith
Justine: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (7)

Performances:  First 8 June 1833; Previous 27 June 1833; Next 23 July 1833

Cast:

Frankenstein: Perkins
de Lacey: Wyman
Felix de Lacey: Franks
Fritz: [William H.] Oxberry
William: Miss Petifer
Clerval: [James] Bland
Hammerpan: Salter
Tanskin: Minton
gypsey: Morris
[-----]: O. Smith
Elizabeth: Miss Somerville
Agatha de Lacey: Mrs. Emden
Madame Ninon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
gypseys, villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

2 July 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (7)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 29 June 1833; Next 4 July 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: Perkins
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Mummy (10)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 22 June 1833; Next 4 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

Cast Changes:

ADDS  porters: Johnson
OMITS  Benjamin: Johnston

3)  The Evil Eye (9)

Performances:  First 21 May 1833; Previous 6 June 1833; Next 4 July 1833

Cast:

Mavroyeni: Perkins
Demetrius: [James] Bland
Basilius: Minton
Zane Kiebabs: John Reeve
Andrea: Franks
Marco: Miss Henderson
Barozzi: O. Smith
Kara Mustapha: Salter
Giorgio: Morris
Helena: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Phrosina: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

4 July 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (8)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 2 July 1833; Next 6 July 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: Perkins
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Mummy (11)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 2 July 1833; Next 6 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Evil Eye (10)

Performances:  First 21 May 1833; Previous 2 July 1833; Next 6 July 1833

Cast:

Mavroyeni: Perkins
Demetrius: [James] Bland
Basilius: Minton
Zane Kiebabs: John Reeve
Andrea: Franks
Marco: Miss Henderson
Barozzi: O. Smith
Kara Mustapha: Salter
Giorgio: Morris
Helena: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Phrosina: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

6 July 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (9)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 4 July 1833; Next 8 July 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: Perkins
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Mummy (12)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 4 July 1833; Next 8 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Evil Eye (11)

Performances:  First 21 May 1833; Previous 4 July 1833

Cast:

Mavroyeni: Perkins
Demetrius: [James] Bland
Basilius: Minton
Zane Kiebabs: John Reeve
Andrea: Franks
Marco: Miss Henderson
Barozzi: O. Smith
Kara Mustapha: Salter
Giorgio: Morris
Helena: Miss [Frances M.] Kelly
Phrosina: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

8 July 1833
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Convent Belle (1)

Title Comment:  first time ever

Author: [Thomas H. Bayly]; Composer: P[eter?] Von Winter; Composer: T. Millar

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Next 13 July 1833

Genre:  (Comic opera) comic opera

First Night Cast:

Baron Lieberstein: [Frank] Matthews (1st app this season)
Baron Wilderstein: T. Millar (1st app this season)
Father Bonbon (a Capuchin): John Reeve
Abbess of St. Hildegonda: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones (1st app this season)
Clara of Lieberstein: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett (1st app in this company)
Agatha: Mrs. Emden
Mona: Miss Remens
Beatrice: Miss Elder
Alice: Miss Jackson
monks:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
nuns:
      Miss Vials
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Cast Commentary

Spectacle

Scenery Description

2)  The Four Sisters (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here; Presumably F. S.; or, Woman's Worth; or, Woman's Ways by Bernard (Strand, 1832)

Author: [William B. Bernard]

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Next 9 July 1833

Genre:  (Comic operetta) operetta

First Night Cast:

Beauchamp: Forester (from tr CG, 1st app this theatre)
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana (an elastique creature, fond of whipping and spurring): Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia (a moonlight creature, fond of moonlight and melody): Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen (a domestic creature, fond of comfort and chattering): Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

Song

3)  The Mummy (13)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 6 July 1833; Next 9 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

4)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (10)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 6 July 1833; Next 9 July 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: Perkins
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

9 July 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (8)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 14 May 1833; Next 10 July 1833

Cast:

Marquis de Viellecour: Williams
Colonel de la Garde: [James] Bland
Lieutenant Merval: [Henry?] Hemming
Madame de Viellecour: Mrs. Griffith
Madame de la Garde: Miss Murray
 

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Four Sisters (2)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 8 July 1833; Next 10 July 1833

Cast:

Beauchamp: Forester
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Mummy (14)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 8 July 1833; Next 10 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

4)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (11)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 8 July 1833; Next 10 July 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: Perkins
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

10 July 1833
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (9)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 9 July 1833; Next 20 July 1833

Cast:

Marquis de Viellecour: Williams
Colonel de la Garde: [James] Bland
Lieutenant Merval: [Henry?] Hemming
Madame de Viellecour: Mrs. Griffith
Madame de la Garde: Miss Murray
 

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Four Sisters (3)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 9 July 1833; Next 11 July 1833

Cast:

Beauchamp: Forester
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Mummy (15)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 9 July 1833; Next 11 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

4)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (12)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 9 July 1833; Next 13 July 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: Perkins
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

11 July 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (24)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 22 June 1833; Next 12 July 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: [Frank] Matthews
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Cast Changes:

BUT  [Frederick H.] Mordaunt: [Frank] Matthews (replaces Benson E. Hill)

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Four Sisters (4)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 10 July 1833; Next 12 July 1833

Cast:

Beauchamp: Forester
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Mummy (16)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 10 July 1833; Next 12 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

12 July 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (25)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 11 July 1833; Next 15 July 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: [Frank] Matthews
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Four Sisters (5)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 11 July 1833; Next 13 July 1833

Cast:

Beauchamp: Forester
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Mummy (17)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 11 July 1833; Next 13 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

13 July 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Convent Belle (2)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 8 July 1833; Next 16 July 1833

Cast:

Baron Lieberstein: [Frank] Matthews
Baron Wilderstein: T. Millar
Father Bonbon: John Reeve
Abbess of St. Hildegonda: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Clara of Lieberstein: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Agatha: Mrs. Emden
Mona: Miss Remens
Beatrice: Miss Elder
Alice: Miss Jackson
monks:
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      T. Jones
nuns:
      Miss Vials
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss E. Wells

Cast Changes:

ADDS  monks: T. Jones
OMITS  monks: Bowman
  monks: Franklin
  monks: Johnston

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Four Sisters (6)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 12 July 1833; Next 15 July 1833

Cast:

Beauchamp: Forester
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Mummy (18)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 12 July 1833; Next 15 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

4)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (13)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 10 July 1833; Next 16 July 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: Perkins
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

15 July 1833
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (26)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 12 July 1833; Next 29 July 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: [Frank] Matthews
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Franklin
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. Griffith
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Cast Changes:

BUT  Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: [Frank] Matthews (replaces Perkins)
  [Frederick H.] Mordaunt: Benson E. Hill (replaces [Frank] Matthews)

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Four Sisters (7)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 13 July 1833; Next 16 July 1833

Cast:

Beauchamp: Forester
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Mummy (19)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 13 July 1833; Next 16 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

16 July 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Convent Belle (3)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 13 July 1833; Next 18 July 1833

Cast:

Baron Lieberstein: [Frank] Matthews
Baron Wilderstein: T. Millar
Father Bonbon: John Reeve
Abbess of St. Hildegonda: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Clara of Lieberstein: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Agatha: Mrs. Emden
Mona: Miss Remens
Beatrice: Miss Elder
Alice: Miss Jackson
monks:
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      T. Jones
nuns:
      Miss Vials
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Jones

Cast Changes:

ADDS  nuns: Miss Jones
OMITS  nuns: Miss E. Wells

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Four Sisters (8)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 15 July 1833; Next 23 July 1833

Cast:

Beauchamp: Forester
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Mummy (20)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 15 July 1833; Next 17 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

4)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (14)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 13 July 1833; Next 17 July 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: [Frank] Matthews
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

Cast Changes:

BUT  Lord Cornbury: [Frank] Matthews (replaces Perkins)

17 July 1833
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (1)

Title Comment:  first time ever

Author: [Thomas J. Serle]; Composer: William Hawes; Composer: Joseph A. Wade

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Next 18 July 1833

Genre:  (Melodrama) new original drama

First Night Cast:

Walter Gray (a wealthy Yeoman): Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle (1st app this theatre)
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell (an attorney): [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh (parish constable): Salter
Mr. Springfield (the curate): Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby (a rat-catcher): John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris (Arthur's mother): Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray (the Yeoman's Daughter): Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Song

2)  The Mummy (21)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 16 July 1833; Next 18 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (15)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 16 July 1833; Next 19 July 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: [Frank] Matthews
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

18 July 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (2)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 17 July 1833; Next 19 July 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Convent Belle (4)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 16 July 1833; Next 20 July 1833

Cast:

Baron Lieberstein: [Frank] Matthews
Baron Wilderstein: T. Millar
Father Bonbon: John Reeve
Abbess of St. Hildegonda: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Clara of Lieberstein: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Agatha: Mrs. Emden
Mona: Miss Remens
Beatrice: Miss Elder
Alice: Miss Jackson
monks:
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      T. Jones
nuns:
      Miss Vials
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Jones

3)  The Mummy (22)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 17 July 1833; Next 19 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

19 July 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (3)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 18 July 1833; Next 20 July 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Mummy (23)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 18 July 1833; Next 20 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (16)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 17 July 1833; Next 22 July 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: [Frank] Matthews
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

20 July 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (4)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 19 July 1833; Next 22 July 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (10)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 10 July 1833; Next 24 July 1833

Cast:

Marquis de Viellecour: Williams
Colonel de la Garde: [James] Bland
Lieutenant Merval: [Henry?] Hemming
Madame de Viellecour: Mrs. Griffith
Madame de la Garde: Miss Murray
 

3)  The Convent Belle (5)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 18 July 1833

Cast:

Baron Lieberstein: [Frank] Matthews
Baron Wilderstein: T. Millar
Father Bonbon: John Reeve
Abbess of St. Hildegonda: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Clara of Lieberstein: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Agatha: Mrs. Emden
Mona: Miss Remens
Beatrice: Miss Elder
Alice: Miss Jackson
monks:
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      T. Jones
nuns:
      Miss Vials
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Jones

4)  The Mummy (24)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 19 July 1833; Next 22 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

22 July 1833
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (5)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 20 July 1833; Next 23 July 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Quartette [; or, Interrupted Harmony] (5)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 29 June 1833; Next 1 August 1833

Cast:

General Lafonde: W. Bennett
Ernest: [Benjamin] Wrench
Major Belcour: [James] Bland
Blaston: Salter
Pippin: Sanders
officers:
      Morris
      Walsh
      Dowsing
      Willing
Madame de Luceval: Miss Somerville
Madame Lafonde: Mrs. Griffith
Justine: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Mummy (25)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 20 July 1833; Next 23 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

4)  The Long Finn! or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (17)

Performances:  First 18 June 1833; Previous 19 July 1833

Cast:

Koningsmarke, "The Long Finn": O. Smith
Lord Cornbury: [Frank] Matthews
Harry Scamper: [James] Bland
Caleb Indigo: W. Bennett
Philip Ganlesse: Williams
Edward Ganlesse: Franks
Barry Mulligan: Benson E. Hill
Captain Jack Lambourne: Salter
Monsieur Fortbras: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
Senor Lobe Ferrara: Dowsing
Mynheer Von Stork: Morris
Massa Brail: Sanders
Lady Adeline: Miss Somerville
Martha Ganlesse: Mrs. Griffith

23 July 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (6)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 22 July 1833; Next 24 July 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Four Sisters (9)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 16 July 1833; Next 25 July 1833

Cast:

Beauchamp: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

Cast Changes:

BUT  Beauchamp: [Henry?] Hemming (replaces Forester)

3)  The Mummy (26)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 22 July 1833; Next 24 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

4)  Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (8)

Performances:  First 8 June 1833; Previous 29 June 1833; Next 27 July 1833

Cast:

Frankenstein: Perkins
de Lacey: Wyman
Felix de Lacey: Franks
Fritz: [William H.] Oxberry
William: Miss Petifer
Clerval: [James] Bland
Hammerpan: Salter
Tanskin: Minton
gypsey: Morris
[-----]: O. Smith
Elizabeth: Miss Somerville
Agatha de Lacey: Mrs. Emden
Madame Ninon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
gypseys, villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

Title: General Commentary


24 July 1833
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (7)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 23 July 1833; Next 25 July 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (11)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 20 July 1833; Next 26 July 1833

Cast:

Marquis de Viellecour: Williams
Colonel de la Garde: [James] Bland
Lieutenant Merval: [Henry?] Hemming
Madame de Viellecour: Mrs. Griffith
Madame de la Garde: Miss Murray
 

3)  Midas (1)

Author: [Kane O'Hara]

Performances:  First 24 July 1833; Next 26 July 1833

Genre:  (Burletta) burletta

First Night Cast:

(immortals)
      Jupiter: Morris
      Pan: Salter
      Apollo: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
      Mercury: T. Jones
      Bacchus: Walsh
      Mars: Willing
      Cupid: Miss Petifer
      Vulcan: Miller
      Ganymede: Johnson
      Juno: Mrs. Emden
      Minerva: Miss Remens
      Venus: Miss Alleyne
      Diana: Miss Jackson
      Hebe: Miss Slade
(mortals)
      Midas: John Reeve
      Sileno: [James] Bland
      Damaetas: Franks
      shepherd: Brown
      Nysa: Miss Somerville
      Mysis: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
      Daphne: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

4)  The Mummy (27)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 23 July 1833; Next 25 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

25 July 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (8)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 24 July 1833; Next 26 July 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Four Sisters (10)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 23 July 1833; Next 27 July 1833

Cast:

Beauchamp: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Mummy (28)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 24 July 1833; Next 26 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

4)  The Bottle Imp (10)

Performances:  First 18 April 1833; Previous 28 May 1833; Next 24 August 1833

Cast:

Albert: Franks
Willibald: [William H.] Oxberry
Nicola: Perkins
Waldeck: Williams
Conrade: [Henry?] Hemming
Shadrac: Minton
Jomelli: Salter
sergeant: Walsh
soldier: Dowsing
Montorio: Morris
Inquisitor: [James] Paulo
chamberlain: Sanders
The Bottle Imp: O. Smith
Marcelia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Lucretia: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Philippa: Miss Slade

26 July 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (9)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 25 July 1833; Next 27 July 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (12)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 24 July 1833; Next 8 August 1833

Cast:

Marquis de Viellecour: Williams
Colonel de la Garde: [James] Bland
Lieutenant Merval: [Henry?] Hemming
Madame de Viellecour: Mrs. Griffith
Madame de la Garde: Miss Murray
 

3)  Midas (2)

Performances:  First 24 July 1833; Previous 24 July 1833; Next 31 July 1833

Cast:

Jupiter: Morris
Pan: Salter
Apollo: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mercury: T. Jones
Bacchus: Walsh
Mars: Willing
Cupid: Miss Petifer
Vulcan: Miller
Ganymede: Johnson
Juno: Mrs. Emden
Minerva: Miss Remens
Venus: Miss Alleyne
Diana: Miss Jackson
Hebe: Miss Slade
Midas: John Reeve
Sileno: [James] Bland
Damaetas: Franks
shepherd: Brown
Nysa: Miss Somerville
Mysis: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Daphne: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

4)  The Mummy (29)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 25 July 1833; Next 27 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

27 July 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (10)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 26 July 1833; Next 29 July 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Four Sisters (11)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 25 July 1833; Next 30 July 1833

Cast:

Beauchamp: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Mummy (30)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 26 July 1833; Next 29 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

4)  Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (9)

Performances:  First 8 June 1833; Previous 23 July 1833; Next 30 July 1833

Cast:

Frankenstein: Perkins
de Lacey: Wyman
Felix de Lacey: Franks
Fritz: [William H.] Oxberry
William: Miss Petifer
Clerval: [James] Bland
Hammerpan: Salter
Tanskin: Minton
gypsey: Morris
[-----]: O. Smith
Elizabeth: Miss Somerville
Agatha de Lacey: Mrs. Emden
Madame Ninon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
gypseys, villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

29 July 1833
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (11)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 27 July 1833; Next 30 July 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Mummy (31)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 27 July 1833; Next 30 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (27)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 15 July 1833; Next 23 August 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: [Frank] Matthews
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      T. Jones
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Cast Changes:

ADDS  voters, poachers: T. Jones
BUT  Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones (replaces Mrs. Griffith)
  Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins (replaces [Frank] Matthews)
  [Frederick H.] Mordaunt: [Frank] Matthews (replaces Benson E. Hill)
OMITS  voters, poachers: Franklin

30 July 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (12)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 29 July 1833; Next 31 July 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Four Sisters (12)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 27 July 1833; Next 22 August 1833

Cast:

Beauchamp: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Mummy (32)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 29 July 1833; Next 31 July 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

4)  Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (10)

Performances:  First 8 June 1833; Previous 27 July 1833; Next 21 August 1833

Cast:

Frankenstein: Perkins
de Lacey: Wyman
Felix de Lacey: Franks
Fritz: [William H.] Oxberry
William: Miss Petifer
Clerval: [James] Bland
Hammerpan: Salter
Tanskin: Minton
gypsey: Morris
[-----]: O. Smith
Elizabeth: Miss Somerville
Agatha de Lacey: Mrs. Emden
Madame Ninon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
gypseys, villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

31 July 1833
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 July 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (13)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 30 July 1833; Next 1 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (9)

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Previous 1 June 1833; Next 6 August 1833

Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Brads: W. Bennett
Mr. Melvil: [James] Bland
Shagreen: Wyman
Reckon: Salter
Isaac Percent: Minton
Widow Affable: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mr. Brads: W. Bennett (replaces Bayne)

3)  Midas (3)

Performances:  First 24 July 1833; Previous 26 July 1833; Next 1 August 1833

Cast:

Jupiter: Morris
Pan: Salter
Apollo: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mercury: T. Jones
Bacchus: Walsh
Mars: Willing
Cupid: Miss Petifer
Vulcan: Miller
Ganymede: Johnson
Juno: Mrs. Emden
Minerva: Miss Remens
Venus: Miss Alleyne
Diana: Miss Jackson
Hebe: Miss Slade
Midas: John Reeve
Sileno: [James] Bland
Damaetas: Franks
shepherd: Brown
Nysa: Miss Somerville
Mysis: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Daphne: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

4)  The Mummy (33)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 30 July 1833; Next 1 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

1 August 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Midas (4)

Performances:  First 24 July 1833; Previous 31 July 1833; Next 21 August 1833

Cast:

Jupiter: Morris
Pan: Salter
Apollo: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mercury: T. Jones
Bacchus: Walsh
Mars: Willing
Cupid: Miss Petifer
Vulcan: Miller
Ganymede: Johnson
Juno: Mrs. Emden
Minerva: Miss Remens
Venus: Miss Alleyne
Diana: Miss Jackson
Hebe: Miss Slade
Midas: John Reeve
Sileno: [James] Bland
Damaetas: Franks
shepherd: Brown
Nysa: Miss Somerville
Mysis: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Daphne: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Yeoman's Daughter (14)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 31 July 1833; Next 2 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

3)  The Quartette [; or, Interrupted Harmony] (6)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 22 July 1833; Next 7 August 1833

Cast:

General Lafonde: W. Bennett
Ernest: [Benjamin] Wrench
Major Belcour: [James] Bland
Blaston: Salter
Pippin: Sanders
officers:
      Morris
      Walsh
      Dowsing
      Willing
Madame de Luceval: Miss Somerville
Madame Lafonde: Mrs. Griffith
Justine: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

4)  The Mummy (34)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 31 July 1833; Next 2 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

2 August 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Old Regimentals (4)

Performances:  First 13 April 1833; Previous 24 April 1833; Next 13 August 1833

Cast:

Charles Amadeus: Perkins
Chevalier Dandoli: [Henry?] Hemming
Dr. Abel Muzz: John Reeve
Michael Braunbach: Williams
Rheindorf: Morris
Ravine: Sanders
Larolle: Walsh
Eva: Miss Alleyne

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Yeoman's Daughter (15)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 1 August 1833; Next 3 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

3)  The Devil to Pay (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here; Published with Subtitle—"The Wives Metamorphosed." (See Ellis, English Drama of the 19 Century, p. 57). Nicoll gives J. Motley as co-author (1731)

Author: [Charles Coffey]

Performances:  First 2 August 1833

Genre:  (Musical farce) musical farce

First Night Cast:

Sir John Loverule: [James] Bland
Jobson: John Reeve
doctor: Minton
Butler: Morris
cook: Wyman
coachman: Walsh
servants:
      Dowsing
      Miller
      Willing
      J. Jones
Nell: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Lady Loverule: Mrs. Griffith
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Lettice: Miss Vials

4)  The Mummy (35)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 1 August 1833; Next 3 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3 August 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Lo Zingaro (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Henry R. Addison]; Composer: [G.] Alexander Lee

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Next 5 August 1833

Genre:  (Melodrama) new melo-dramatic opera; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro (a gypsey chief): O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe (porter of the castle): Sanders
Constanza (the baron's niece): Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina (her attendant): Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
      Miss Slade
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Emden
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Scenery Description

2)  The Yeoman's Daughter (16)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 2 August 1833; Next 5 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

3)  The Mummy (36)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 2 August 1833; Next 5 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

5 August 1833
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Lo Zingaro (2)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 3 August 1833; Next 6 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
      Miss Slade
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Emden
      Miss Jackson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (9)

Performances:  First 22 April 1833; Previous 8 June 1833; Next 6 September 1833

Cast:

Briefless: [Benjamin] Wrench
Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: Salter
Noggins: Walsh
Hairbrain: Minton
Pounce: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
John: Bowman
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Julia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Penelope: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones (replaces Mrs. Griffith)

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (17)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 3 August 1833; Next 6 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4)  The Mummy (37)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 3 August 1833; Next 6 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

6 August 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Lo Zingaro (3)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 5 August 1833; Next 7 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
      Miss Slade
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Emden
      Miss Jackson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (10)

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Previous 31 July 1833; Next 9 August 1833

Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Brads: W. Bennett
Mr. Melvil: [James] Bland
Shagreen: Wyman
Reckon: Salter
Isaac Percent: Minton
Widow Affable: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (18)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 5 August 1833; Next 7 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4)  The Mummy (38)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 5 August 1833; Next 7 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

7 August 1833
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Lo Zingaro (4)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 6 August 1833; Next 8 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Emden
      Miss Jackson

Cast Changes:

OMITS  principal Zingari: Miss Slade

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Quartette [; or, Interrupted Harmony] (7)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 1 August 1833; Next 10 August 1833

Cast:

General Lafonde: W. Bennett
Ernest: [Benjamin] Wrench
Major Belcour: [James] Bland
Blaston: Salter
Pippin: Sanders
officers:
      Morris
      Walsh
      Dowsing
      Willing
Madame de Luceval: Miss Somerville
Madame Lafonde: Mrs. Griffith
Justine: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (19)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 6 August 1833; Next 8 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4)  The Mummy (39)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 6 August 1833; Next 8 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

8 August 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Lo Zingaro (5)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 7 August 1833; Next 9 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

Cast Changes:

OMITS  chorus of Zingari, peasantry: Miss Emden
  chorus of Zingari, peasantry: Miss Jackson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (13)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 26 July 1833; Next 15 August 1833

Cast:

Marquis de Viellecour: Williams
Colonel de la Garde: [James] Bland
Lieutenant Merval: [Henry?] Hemming
Madame de Viellecour: Mrs. Griffith
Madame de la Garde: Miss Murray
 

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (20)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 7 August 1833; Next 9 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4)  The Mummy (40)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 7 August 1833; Next 9 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss Elder
Susan: Mrs. Emden

Cast Changes:

BUT  Fanny Mandragon: Miss Elder (replaces Miss [Cecilia?] Novello)

9 August 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Lo Zingaro (6)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 8 August 1833; Next 10 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (11)

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Previous 6 August 1833; Next 9 September 1833

Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Brads: W. Bennett
Mr. Melvil: [James] Bland
Shagreen: Wyman
Reckon: Salter
Isaac Percent: Minton
Widow Affable: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (21)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 8 August 1833; Next 10 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4)  The Mummy (41)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 8 August 1833; Next 10 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

Cast Changes:

BUT  Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello (replaces Miss Elder)

10 August 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Lo Zingaro (7)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 9 August 1833; Next 12 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Quartette [; or, Interrupted Harmony] (8)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 7 August 1833; Next 17 August 1833

Cast:

General Lafonde: W. Bennett
Ernest: [Benjamin] Wrench
Major Belcour: [James] Bland
Blaston: Salter
Pippin: Sanders
officers:
      Morris
      Walsh
      Dowsing
      Willing
Madame de Luceval: Miss Somerville
Madame Lafonde: Mrs. Griffith
Justine: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (22)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 9 August 1833; Next 12 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4)  The Mummy (42)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 9 August 1833; Next 12 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

12 August 1833
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Lo Zingaro (8)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 10 August 1833; Next 13 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Picturesque (1)

Author: [Thomas H. Bayly]; Composer: Morris Barnett

Performances:  First 12 August 1833

Genre:  (Operetta) operetta

First Night Cast:

Mr. Daubery: Williams
Lorimer: T. Millar
Kit Cadence: John Reeve
Tom: Minton
Louisa: Miss Alleyne
Fanny: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (23)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 10 August 1833; Next 13 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4)  The Mummy (43)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 10 August 1833; Next 13 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

13 August 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Lo Zingaro (9)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 12 August 1833; Next 14 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Old Regimentals (5)

Performances:  First 13 April 1833; Previous 2 August 1833

Cast:

Charles Amadeus: Perkins
Chevalier Dandoli: [Henry?] Hemming
Dr. Abel Muzz: John Reeve
Michael Braunbach: Williams
Rheindorf: Morris
Ravine: Sanders
Larolle: Walsh
Eva: Miss Alleyne

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (24)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 12 August 1833; Next 14 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4)  The Mummy (44)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 12 August 1833; Next 14 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

14 August 1833
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Lo Zingaro (10)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 13 August 1833; Next 15 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  He "Lies Like Truth" (1)

Title Comment:  "An adaptation of Le Menteur Veridique" (Nicoll)

Author: [F. Kimpton]

Performances:  First 14 August 1833; Next 16 August 1833

Genre:  (Comic operetta) comic operetta

First Night Cast:

Sir Charles Manly: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Truepenny: W. Bennett
Rattler: [Benjamin] Wrench
Clincher: Benson E. Hill
Harriet: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Priscilla: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (25)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 13 August 1833; Next 15 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4)  The Mummy (45)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 13 August 1833; Next 15 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

15 August 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Lo Zingaro (11)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 14 August 1833; Next 16 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (14)

Performances:  First 30 April 1833; Previous 8 August 1833

Cast:

Marquis de Viellecour: Williams
Colonel de la Garde: [James] Bland
Lieutenant Merval: [Henry?] Hemming
Madame de Viellecour: Mrs. Griffith
Madame de la Garde: Miss Murray
 

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (26)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 14 August 1833; Next 16 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4)  The Mummy (46)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 14 August 1833; Next 16 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

16 August 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Lo Zingaro (12)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 15 August 1833; Next 17 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  He "Lies Like Truth" (2)

Performances:  First 14 August 1833; Previous 14 August 1833; Next 7 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Charles Manly: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Truepenny: W. Bennett
Rattler: [Benjamin] Wrench
Clincher: Benson E. Hill
Harriet: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Priscilla: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (27)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 15 August 1833; Next 17 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4)  The Mummy (47)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 15 August 1833; Next 17 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

17 August 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Lo Zingaro (13)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 16 August 1833; Next 19 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Quartette [; or, Interrupted Harmony] (9)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 10 August 1833; Next 12 September 1833

Cast:

General Lafonde: W. Bennett
Ernest: [Benjamin] Wrench
Major Belcour: [James] Bland
Blaston: Salter
Pippin: Sanders
officers:
      Morris
      Walsh
      Dowsing
      Willing
Madame de Luceval: Miss Somerville
Madame Lafonde: Mrs. Griffith
Justine: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (28)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 16 August 1833; Next 19 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Title: General Commentary

4)  The Mummy (48)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 16 August 1833; Next 19 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

19 August 1833
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler (1)

Title Comment:  first time ever

Author: [John G. Millingen]

Author Commentary:  "By the author of Cupid" (bill)

Performances:  First 19 August 1833; Next 20 August 1833

Genre:  (Burlesque) entirely new foreigneering burlesque

First Night Cast:

Emperor Claudius (a foreigner of distinction): O. Smith
Nero (Roman Emperor, addicted to dancing and singing): John Reeve
Piso (outlandish conspirator): [James] Bland
Minister of State: Sanders
contraltos:
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Miss Jackson
tenors and basses:
      Miller
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
Agrippina (second wife and niece of Claudius, mother of Nero): Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Locusta (famous in the art of poisoning): Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Ghost of Messalina (Claudius's first wife): Miss Emden

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Cast Commentary

Music Commentary

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Yeoman's Daughter (29)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 17 August 1833; Next 20 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

3)  Lo Zingaro (14)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 17 August 1833; Next 20 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

4)  The Mummy (49)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 17 August 1833; Next 20 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

20 August 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler (2)

Performances:  First 19 August 1833; Previous 19 August 1833; Next 21 August 1833

Cast:

Emperor Claudius: O. Smith
Nero: John Reeve
Piso: [James] Bland
Minister of State: Sanders
contraltos:
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Remens
tenors and basses:
      Miller
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
Agrippina: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Locusta: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Ghost of Messalina: Miss Emden

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Yeoman's Daughter (30)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 19 August 1833; Next 22 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

3)  Lo Zingaro (15)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 19 August 1833; Next 23 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

4)  The Mummy (50)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 19 August 1833; Next 21 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

21 August 1833
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler (3)

Performances:  First 19 August 1833; Previous 20 August 1833; Next 22 August 1833

Cast:

Emperor Claudius: O. Smith
Nero: John Reeve
Piso: [James] Bland
Minister of State: Sanders
contraltos:
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Remens
tenors and basses:
      Miller
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
Agrippina: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Locusta: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Ghost of Messalina: Miss Emden

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Midas (5)

Performances:  First 24 July 1833; Previous 1 August 1833

Cast:

Jupiter: Morris
Pan: Salter
Apollo: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Mercury: T. Jones
Bacchus: Walsh
Mars: Willing
Cupid: Miss Petifer
Vulcan: Miller
Ganymede: Johnson
Juno: Mrs. Emden
Minerva: Miss Remens
Venus: Miss Alleyne
Diana: Miss Jackson
Hebe: Miss Elder
Midas: John Reeve
Sileno: [James] Bland
Damaetas: Franks
shepherd: Brown
Nysa: Miss Somerville
Mysis: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Daphne: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

Cast Changes:

BUT  Hebe: Miss Elder (replaces Miss Slade)

3)  The Mummy (51)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 20 August 1833; Next 22 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

4)  Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (11)

Performances:  First 8 June 1833; Previous 30 July 1833; Next 4 September 1833

Cast:

Frankenstein: Perkins
de Lacey: Wyman
Felix de Lacey: Franks
Fritz: [William H.] Oxberry
William: Miss Petifer
Clerval: [James] Bland
Hammerpan: Salter
Tanskin: Minton
gypsey: Morris
[-----]: O. Smith
Elizabeth: Miss Somerville
Agatha de Lacey: Mrs. Emden
Madame Ninon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
gypseys, villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

22 August 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler (4)

Performances:  First 19 August 1833; Previous 21 August 1833; Next 23 August 1833

Cast:

Emperor Claudius: O. Smith
Nero: John Reeve
Piso: [James] Bland
Minister of State: Sanders
contraltos:
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Remens
tenors and basses:
      Miller
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
Agrippina: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Locusta: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Ghost of Messalina: Miss Emden

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Four Sisters (13)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 30 July 1833; Next 17 September 1833

Cast:

Beauchamp: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (31)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 20 August 1833; Next 24 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4)  The Mummy (52)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 21 August 1833; Next 23 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

23 August 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler (5)

Performances:  First 19 August 1833; Previous 22 August 1833; Next 24 August 1833

Cast:

Emperor Claudius: O. Smith
Nero: John Reeve
Piso: [James] Bland
Minister of State: Sanders
contraltos:
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Remens
tenors and basses:
      Miller
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
Agrippina: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Locusta: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Ghost of Messalina: Miss Emden

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (28)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 29 July 1833; Next 4 September 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: [Frank] Matthews
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      T. Jones
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

3)  Lo Zingaro (16)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 20 August 1833; Next 27 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

4)  The Mummy (53)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 22 August 1833; Next 26 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

24 August 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler (6)

Performances:  First 19 August 1833; Previous 23 August 1833; Next 26 August 1833

Cast:

Emperor Claudius: O. Smith
Nero: John Reeve
Piso: [James] Bland
Minister of State: Sanders
contraltos:
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Remens
tenors and basses:
      Miller
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
Agrippina: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Locusta: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Ghost of Messalina: Miss Emden

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Yeoman's Daughter (32)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 22 August 1833; Next 26 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

3)  The Bottle Imp (11)

Performances:  First 18 April 1833; Previous 25 July 1833

Cast:

Albert: Franks
Willibald: [William H.] Oxberry
Nicola: Perkins
Waldeck: [Frank] Matthews
Conrade: [Henry?] Hemming
Shadrac: Minton
Jomelli: Salter
sergeant: Walsh
soldier: Dowsing
Montorio: Morris
Inquisitor: [James] Paulo
chamberlain: Sanders
The Bottle Imp: O. Smith
Marcelia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Lucretia: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Philippa: Miss Alleyne

Cast Changes:

BUT  Philippa: Miss Alleyne (replaces Miss Slade)
  Waldeck: [Frank] Matthews (replaces Williams)

26 August 1833
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (1)

Title Comment:  first time ever

Author: [Henry R. Addison]; Composer: William Hawes

Author Commentary:  by the author of Lo Zingaro

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Next 27 August 1833

Genre:  (Operetta) new Scottish operetta; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald (his father): Perkins
Jamie (servant to Ronald): Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie (flower of Dumblane): Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maggie (her foster mother): Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
peasantry, soldiers: [Unlisted]

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Yeoman's Daughter (33)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 24 August 1833; Next 28 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

3)  Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler (7)

Performances:  First 19 August 1833; Previous 24 August 1833; Next 27 August 1833

Cast:

Emperor Claudius: O. Smith
Nero: John Reeve
Piso: [James] Bland
Minister of State: Sanders
contraltos:
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Elder
      Miss Jackson
tenors and basses:
      Miller
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
Agrippina: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Locusta: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Ghost of Messalina: Miss Remens
first citizen: Brown

Cast Changes:

ADDS  first citizen: Brown
BUT  Ghost of Messalina: Miss Remens (replaces Miss Emden)
OMITS  contraltos: Miss Remens

4)  The Mummy (54)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 23 August 1833; Next 27 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Miss [Leonora] Pincott

Cast Changes:

BUT  Susan: Miss [Leonora] Pincott (replaces Mrs. Emden)

27 August 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (2)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 26 August 1833; Next 28 August 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maggie: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
peasantry, soldiers: [Unlisted]

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Lo Zingaro (17)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 23 August 1833; Next 29 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

3)  Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler (8)

Performances:  First 19 August 1833; Previous 26 August 1833; Next 28 August 1833

Cast:

Emperor Claudius: O. Smith
Nero: John Reeve
Piso: [James] Bland
Minister of State: Sanders
contraltos:
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
tenors and basses:
      Miller
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
Agrippina: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Locusta: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Ghost of Messalina: Miss Remens
first citizen: Brown

Cast Changes:

ADDS  contraltos: Mrs. Walsh

4)  The Mummy (55)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 26 August 1833; Next 28 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

Cast Changes:

BUT  Susan: Mrs. Emden (replaces Miss [Leonora] Pincott)

28 August 1833
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (3)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 27 August 1833; Next 29 August 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maggie: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones

Cast Changes:

OMITS  peasantry, soldiers: [Unlisted]

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Yeoman's Daughter (34)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 26 August 1833; Next 30 August 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

3)  Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler (9)

Performances:  First 19 August 1833; Previous 27 August 1833; Next 29 August 1833

Cast:

Emperor Claudius: O. Smith
Nero: John Reeve
Piso: [James] Bland
Minister of State: Sanders
contraltos:
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
tenors and basses:
      Miller
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
Agrippina: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Locusta: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Ghost of Messalina: Miss Remens
first citizen: Brown

4)  The Mummy (56)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 27 August 1833; Next 29 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss Elder
Susan: Mrs. Emden

Cast Changes:

BUT  Fanny Mandragon: Miss Elder (replaces Miss [Cecilia?] Novello)

29 August 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (4)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 28 August 1833; Next 30 August 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maggie: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Lo Zingaro (18)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 27 August 1833; Next 31 August 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

3)  Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler (10)

Performances:  First 19 August 1833; Previous 28 August 1833; Next 30 August 1833

Cast:

Emperor Claudius: O. Smith
Nero: John Reeve
Piso: [James] Bland
Minister of State: Sanders
contraltos:
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
tenors and basses:
      Miller
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
Agrippina: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Locusta: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Ghost of Messalina: Miss Remens
first citizen: Brown

4)  The Mummy (57)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 28 August 1833; Next 30 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

Cast Changes:

BUT  Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello (replaces Miss Elder)

30 August 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (5)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 29 August 1833; Next 31 August 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maggie: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
villagers:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Jackson

Cast Changes:

ADDS  villagers: Miss Appleton
  villagers: Miss Elder
  villagers: Miss Jackson
  villagers: Miss Remens
  villagers: Mrs. Walsh

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Yeoman's Daughter (35)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 28 August 1833; Next 2 September 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

3)  Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler (11)

Performances:  First 19 August 1833; Previous 29 August 1833; Next 31 August 1833

Cast:

Emperor Claudius: O. Smith
Nero: John Reeve
Piso: [James] Bland
Minister of State: Sanders
contraltos:
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
tenors and basses:
      Miller
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
Agrippina: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Locusta: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Ghost of Messalina: Miss Remens
first citizen: Brown

4)  The Mummy (58)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 29 August 1833; Next 31 August 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

31 August 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
31 August 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (6)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 30 August 1833; Next 2 September 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maggie: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
villagers:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Jackson

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Lo Zingaro (19)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 29 August 1833; Next 13 September 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

3)  Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler (12)

Performances:  First 19 August 1833; Previous 30 August 1833; Next 2 September 1833

Cast:

Emperor Claudius: O. Smith
Nero: John Reeve
Piso: [James] Bland
Minister of State: Sanders
contraltos:
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
tenors and basses:
      Miller
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
Agrippina: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Locusta: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Ghost of Messalina: Miss Remens
first citizen: Brown

4)  The Mummy (59)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 30 August 1833; Next 2 September 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

2 September 1833
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (36)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 30 August 1833; Next 3 September 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Miss Murray

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mary Gray: Miss Murray (replaces Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett)

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (7)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 31 August 1833; Next 3 September 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Miss Somerville
Maggie: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones

Cast Changes:

BUT  Jessie: Miss Somerville (replaces Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett)
OMITS  villagers: Miss Appleton
  villagers: Miss Elder
  villagers: Miss Jackson
  villagers: Miss Remens
  villagers: Mrs. Walsh

Title: General Commentary

3)  Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler (13)

Performances:  First 19 August 1833; Previous 31 August 1833

Cast:

Emperor Claudius: O. Smith
Nero: John Reeve
Piso: [James] Bland
Minister of State: Sanders
contraltos:
      Miss Appleton
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
tenors and basses:
      Miller
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
Agrippina: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Locusta: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Ghost of Messalina: Miss Remens
first citizen: Brown

4)  The Mummy (60)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 31 August 1833; Next 4 September 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3 September 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (37)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 2 September 1833; Next 5 September 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Miss Murray

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Lying Made Easy (1)

Composer: [Unknown]; Composer: William Hawes

Performances:  First 3 September 1833; Next 5 September 1833

Genre:  (Comic operetta) comic operetta

First Night Cast:

Mr. Swallow: Williams
Henry Swallow (his nephew): [James] Bland
Flam: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Swallow: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Sophia: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
 

Music

3)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (8)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 2 September 1833; Next 5 September 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Miss Somerville
Maggie: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
villagers:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Jackson

Cast Changes:

ADDS  villagers: Miss Appleton
  villagers: Miss Elder
  villagers: Miss Jackson
  villagers: Miss Remens
  villagers: Mrs. Walsh

4)  Tom Thumb (1)

Title Comment:  version unknown

Author: [Henry Fielding]

Performances:  First 3 September 1833; Next 12 September 1833

Genre:  (Burlesque) musical mock-heroick tragedy

First Night Cast:

King Arthur: Williams
Tom Thumb: Miss Petifer
Lord Grizzle: John Reeve
Merlin: Dowsing
Noodle: Salter
Doodle: Minton
Ghost of Gaffer Thumb: Morris
Queen Dollalolla: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Princess Huncamunca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Glumdalca: O. Smith
Frizaletta: Mrs. Emden
Plumante: Miss Jackson

4 September 1833
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (29)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 23 August 1833; Next 6 September 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: [Frank] Matthews
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      T. Jones
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Mummy (61)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 2 September 1833; Next 5 September 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (12)

Performances:  First 8 June 1833; Previous 21 August 1833

Cast:

Frankenstein: Perkins
de Lacey: Wyman
Felix de Lacey: Franks
Fritz: [William H.] Oxberry
William: Miss Petifer
Clerval: [James] Bland
Hammerpan: Salter
Tanskin: Minton
gypsey: Morris
[-----]: O. Smith
Elizabeth: Miss Somerville
Agatha de Lacey: Mrs. Emden
Madame Ninon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
gypseys, villagers:
      Miller
      Willing
      Franklin
      Morris
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Bowman
      Johnston
      Mrs. Emden
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

5 September 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
5 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (38)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 3 September 1833; Next 7 September 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Miss Murray

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Lying Made Easy (2)

Performances:  First 3 September 1833; Previous 3 September 1833

Cast:

Mr. Swallow: Williams
Henry Swallow: [James] Bland
Flam: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Swallow: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Sophia: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
 

3)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (9)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 3 September 1833; Next 6 September 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Miss Somerville
Maggie: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
villagers:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Jackson

4)  The Mummy (62)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 4 September 1833; Next 7 September 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

6 September 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Climbing Boy [; or, The Little Sweep] (30)

Performances:  First 15 April 1833; Previous 4 September 1833

Cast:

Mr. Strawberry: Williams
Sir Gilbert Thorncliffe, M.P.: Perkins
Jacob Buzzard: W. Bennett
[Frederick H.] Mordaunt: [Frank] Matthews
Courtroll: Minton
Slinker: Salter
The Climbing Boy: Miss Henderson
Dick: Miss Mahany
Jack Ragg: John Reeve
Chiffonier: Sanders
police inspector: Dowsing
policemen:
      [James] Paulo
      Bowman
servant: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
voters, poachers:
      Walsh
      Miller
      Willing
      Morris
      T. Jones
Miss Prudence Strawberry: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Rebecca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Rosalie de Monneville: Miss Somerville
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Jenny: Miss Elder
the two Misses Starchblossom:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (10)

Performances:  First 22 April 1833; Previous 5 August 1833; Next 16 September 1833

Cast:

Briefless: [Benjamin] Wrench
Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: Salter
Noggins: Walsh
Hairbrain: Minton
Pounce: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
John: Bowman
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
Julia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Penelope: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (10)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 5 September 1833; Next 7 September 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Miss Somerville
Maggie: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
villagers:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Jackson

4)  Bombastes Furioso (1)

Author: [William B. Rhodes?]

Performances:  First 6 September 1833; Next 10 September 1833

Genre:  (Burlesque) operatick burlesque

First Night Cast:

Artaxominous (King of Utopia): [James] Bland
Fusbos (Minister of State): Salter
General Bombastes: John Reeve
first courtier: Walsh
second courtier: T. Jones
drummer: Brown
fifer: Bowman
Distaffina: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones

7 September 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
7 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Yeoman's Daughter (39)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 5 September 1833; Next 18 September 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Miss Murray

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  He "Lies Like Truth" (3)

Performances:  First 14 August 1833; Previous 16 August 1833; Next 11 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Charles Manly: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Truepenny: W. Bennett
Rattler: [Benjamin] Wrench
Clincher: Benson E. Hill
Harriet: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Priscilla: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (11)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 6 September 1833; Next 9 September 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Miss Somerville
Maggie: Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones
villagers:
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Jackson

4)  The Mummy (63)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 5 September 1833; Next 9 September 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

9 September 1833
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Court Masque; or, Richmond in the Olden Time (1)

Title Comment:  first time ever

Author: [James R. Planché]; Arranger: William Hawes

Performances:  First 9 September 1833; Next 10 September 1833

Genre:  (Opera) new opera; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Sir Mark Goring (Captain of the Yeomen Guard): O. Smith
Sir Henry Norris: Jones
page: Miss Petifer
Reginald de la Pole: [James] Bland
Signor Rafael de Cantarelli (Master of the King's Revels): John Reeve
Stephen Posset (host of the "Portcullis" at Isleworth): Franks
drawer: Miller
Martin: Bowman
Peter: [James] Paulo
Anne Boleyn (Queen of England): Miss Murray
Marguerite de Montal: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maud Posset: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
villagers, masquers:
      Walsh
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Music

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

Costume Credits

Costume Description

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (12)

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Previous 9 August 1833; Next 10 September 1833

Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Brads: W. Bennett
Mr. Melvil: [James] Bland
Shagreen: Wyman
Reckon: Salter
Isaac Percent: Minton
Widow Affable: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (12)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 7 September 1833; Next 10 September 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maggie: Mrs. Griffith

Cast Changes:

BUT  Jessie: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett (replaces Miss Somerville)
  Maggie: Mrs. Griffith (replaces Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones)
OMITS  villagers: Miss Appleton
  villagers: Miss Elder
  villagers: Miss Jackson
  villagers: Miss Remens
  villagers: Mrs. Walsh

4)  The Mummy (64)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 7 September 1833; Next 11 September 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

10 September 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Court Masque; or, Richmond in the Olden Time (2)

Performances:  First 9 September 1833; Previous 9 September 1833; Next 11 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Mark Goring: O. Smith
Sir Henry Norris: Jones
page: Miss Petifer
Reginald de la Pole: [James] Bland
Signor Rafael de Cantarelli: John Reeve
Stephen Posset: Franks
drawer: Miller
Martin: Bowman
Peter: [James] Paulo
Anne Boleyn: Miss Murray
Marguerite de Montal: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maud Posset: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
villagers, masquers:
      Walsh
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (13)

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Previous 9 September 1833; Next 14 September 1833

Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Brads: W. Bennett
Mr. Melvil: [James] Bland
Shagreen: Wyman
Reckon: Salter
Isaac Percent: Minton
Widow Affable: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (13)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 9 September 1833; Next 11 September 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maggie: Mrs. Griffith

4)  Bombastes Furioso (2)

Performances:  First 6 September 1833; Previous 6 September 1833; Next 13 September 1833

Cast:

Artaxominous: [James] Bland
Fusbos: Salter
General Bombastes: John Reeve
first courtier: Walsh
second courtier: T. Jones
drummer: Brown
fifer: Bowman
Distaffina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

Cast Changes:

BUT  Distaffina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello (replaces Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones)

11 September 1833
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Court Masque; or, Richmond in the Olden Time (3)

Performances:  First 9 September 1833; Previous 10 September 1833; Next 12 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Mark Goring: O. Smith
Sir Henry Norris: Jones
page: Miss Petifer
Reginald de la Pole: [James] Bland
Signor Rafael de Cantarelli: John Reeve
Stephen Posset: Franks
drawer: Miller
Martin: Bowman
Peter: [James] Paulo
Anne Boleyn: Miss Murray
Marguerite de Montal: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maud Posset: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
villagers, masquers:
      Walsh
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells

Non-Resident Theatre Company

Title: General Commentary

2)  He "Lies Like Truth" (4)

Performances:  First 14 August 1833; Previous 7 September 1833; Next 13 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Charles Manly: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Truepenny: W. Bennett
Rattler: [Benjamin] Wrench
Clincher: Benson E. Hill
Harriet: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Priscilla: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (14)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 10 September 1833; Next 12 September 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maggie: Mrs. Griffith

4)  The Mummy (65)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 9 September 1833; Next 14 September 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

12 September 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
12 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Court Masque; or, Richmond in the Olden Time (4)

Performances:  First 9 September 1833; Previous 11 September 1833; Next 13 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Mark Goring: O. Smith
Sir Henry Norris: Jones
page: Miss Petifer
Reginald de la Pole: [James] Bland
Signor Rafael de Cantarelli: John Reeve
Stephen Posset: Franks
drawer: Miller
Martin: Bowman
Peter: [James] Paulo
Anne Boleyn: Miss Murray
Marguerite de Montal: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maud Posset: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
villagers, masquers:
      Walsh
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Quartette [; or, Interrupted Harmony] (10)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 17 August 1833

Cast:

General Lafonde: W. Bennett
Ernest: [Benjamin] Wrench
Major Belcour: [James] Bland
Blaston: Salter
Pippin: Sanders
officers:
      Morris
      Walsh
      Dowsing
      Willing
Madame de Luceval: Miss Somerville
Madame Lafonde: Mrs. Griffith
Justine: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

Title: General Commentary

3)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (15)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 11 September 1833; Next 14 September 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maggie: Mrs. Griffith

Title: General Commentary

4)  Tom Thumb (2)

Performances:  First 3 September 1833; Previous 3 September 1833

Cast:

King Arthur: Williams
Tom Thumb: Miss Petifer
Lord Grizzle: John Reeve
Merlin: Sanders
Noodle: Salter
Doodle: Minton
Ghost of Gaffer Thumb: Morris
Queen Dollalolla: Mrs. Griffith
Princess Huncamunca: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Glumdalca: O. Smith
Frizaletta: Mrs. Emden
Plumante: Miss Jackson

Cast Changes:

BUT  Merlin: Sanders (replaces Dowsing)
  Queen Dollalolla: Mrs. Griffith (replaces Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones)

13 September 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
13 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Court Masque; or, Richmond in the Olden Time (5)

Performances:  First 9 September 1833; Previous 12 September 1833; Next 14 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Mark Goring: O. Smith
Sir Henry Norris: Jones
page: Miss Petifer
Reginald de la Pole: [James] Bland
Signor Rafael de Cantarelli: John Reeve
Stephen Posset: Franks
drawer: Miller
Martin: Bowman
Peter: [James] Paulo
Anne Boleyn: Miss Murray
Marguerite de Montal: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maud Posset: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
villagers, masquers:
      Walsh
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  He "Lies Like Truth" (5)

Performances:  First 14 August 1833; Previous 11 September 1833; Next 19 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Charles Manly: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Truepenny: W. Bennett
Rattler: [Benjamin] Wrench
Clincher: Benson E. Hill
Harriet: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Priscilla: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  Lo Zingaro (20)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 31 August 1833; Next 16 September 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

4)  Bombastes Furioso (3)

Performances:  First 6 September 1833; Previous 10 September 1833; Next 18 September 1833

Cast:

Artaxominous: [James] Bland
Fusbos: Salter
General Bombastes: John Reeve
first courtier: Walsh
second courtier: T. Jones
drummer: Brown
fifer: Bowman
Distaffina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

14 September 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Court Masque; or, Richmond in the Olden Time (6)

Performances:  First 9 September 1833; Previous 13 September 1833; Next 16 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Mark Goring: O. Smith
Sir Henry Norris: Jones
page: Miss Petifer
Reginald de la Pole: [James] Bland
Signor Rafael de Cantarelli: John Reeve
Stephen Posset: Franks
drawer: Miller
Martin: Bowman
Peter: [James] Paulo
Anne Boleyn: Miss Murray
Marguerite de Montal: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maud Posset: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
villagers, masquers:
      Walsh
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (14)

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Previous 10 September 1833; Next 18 September 1833

Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Brads: W. Bennett
Mr. Melvil: [James] Bland
Shagreen: Wyman
Reckon: Salter
Isaac Percent: Minton
Widow Affable: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (16)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 12 September 1833; Next 19 September 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maggie: Mrs. Griffith

Title: General Commentary

4)  The Mummy (66)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 11 September 1833; Next 16 September 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

16 September 1833
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Court Masque; or, Richmond in the Olden Time (7)

Performances:  First 9 September 1833; Previous 14 September 1833; Next 17 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Mark Goring: O. Smith
Sir Henry Norris: Jones
page: Miss Petifer
Reginald de la Pole: [James] Bland
Signor Rafael de Cantarelli: John Reeve
Stephen Posset: Franks
drawer: Miller
Martin: Bowman
Peter: [James] Paulo
Anne Boleyn: Miss Murray
Marguerite de Montal: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maud Posset: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
villagers, masquers:
      Walsh
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (11)

Performances:  First 22 April 1833; Previous 6 September 1833; Next 17 September 1833

Cast:

Briefless: [Benjamin] Wrench
Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: Salter
Noggins: Walsh
Hairbrain: Minton
Pounce: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
John: Bowman
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Griffith
Julia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Penelope: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Griffith (replaces Mrs. C[harles] F. Jones)

3)  Lo Zingaro (21)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 13 September 1833; Next 20 September 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

4)  The Mummy (67)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 14 September 1833; Next 17 September 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

17 September 1833
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Court Masque; or, Richmond in the Olden Time (8)

Performances:  First 9 September 1833; Previous 16 September 1833; Next 18 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Mark Goring: O. Smith
Sir Henry Norris: Jones
page: Miss Petifer
Reginald de la Pole: [James] Bland
Signor Rafael de Cantarelli: John Reeve
Stephen Posset: Franks
drawer: Miller
Martin: Bowman
Peter: [James] Paulo
Anne Boleyn: Miss Murray
Marguerite de Montal: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maud Posset: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
villagers, masquers:
      Walsh
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (12)

Performances:  First 22 April 1833; Previous 16 September 1833; Next 20 September 1833

Cast:

Briefless: [Benjamin] Wrench
Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: Salter
Noggins: Walsh
Hairbrain: Minton
Pounce: [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
John: Bowman
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Griffith
Julia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Penelope: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Four Sisters (14)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 22 August 1833; Next 21 September 1833

Cast:

Beauchamp: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

4)  The Mummy (68)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 16 September 1833; Next 19 September 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

18 September 1833
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Court Masque; or, Richmond in the Olden Time (9)

Performances:  First 9 September 1833; Previous 17 September 1833; Next 19 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Mark Goring: O. Smith
Sir Henry Norris: Jones
page: Miss Petifer
Reginald de la Pole: [James] Bland
Signor Rafael de Cantarelli: John Reeve
Stephen Posset: Franks
drawer: Miller
Martin: Bowman
Peter: [James] Paulo
Anne Boleyn: Miss Murray
Marguerite de Montal: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maud Posset: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
villagers, masquers:
      Walsh
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  Call Again Tomorrow (15)

Performances:  First 10 April 1833; Previous 14 September 1833

Cast:

Dick Neverpay: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mr. Brads: W. Bennett
Mr. Melvil: [James] Bland
Shagreen: Wyman
Reckon: Salter
Isaac Percent: Minton
Widow Affable: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Caroline: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (40)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 7 September 1833; Next 21 September 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett (replaces Miss Murray)

4)  Bombastes Furioso (4)

Performances:  First 6 September 1833; Previous 13 September 1833

Cast:

Artaxominous: [James] Bland
Fusbos: Salter
General Bombastes: John Reeve
first courtier: Walsh
second courtier: T. Jones
drummer: Brown
fifer: Bowman
Distaffina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

19 September 1833
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
19 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Court Masque; or, Richmond in the Olden Time (10)

Performances:  First 9 September 1833; Previous 18 September 1833; Next 20 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Mark Goring: O. Smith
Sir Henry Norris: Jones
page: Miss Petifer
Reginald de la Pole: [James] Bland
Signor Rafael de Cantarelli: John Reeve
Stephen Posset: Franks
drawer: Miller
Martin: Bowman
Peter: [James] Paulo
Anne Boleyn: Miss Murray
Marguerite de Montal: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maud Posset: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
villagers, masquers:
      Walsh
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  He "Lies Like Truth" (6)

Performances:  First 14 August 1833; Previous 13 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Charles Manly: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Truepenny: W. Bennett
Rattler: [Benjamin] Wrench
Clincher: Benson E. Hill
Harriet: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Priscilla: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

3)  Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, "Weel May the Keel Row" (17)

Performances:  First 26 August 1833; Previous 14 September 1833

Cast:

Lord Dumblane: T. Millar
Ronald: Perkins
Jamie: Williams
Sandy McGregor: Salter
Dougal: Miller
McBean: Sanders
Sir Hector McCleod: Minton
first smuggler: Morris
servant: Bowman
servitors:
      Johnson
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
smugglers:
      Jones
      Walsh
      Willing
      Dowsing
Jessie: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maggie: Mrs. Griffith

4)  The Mummy (69)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 17 September 1833; Next 20 September 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

20 September 1833
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Court Masque; or, Richmond in the Olden Time (11)

Performances:  First 9 September 1833; Previous 19 September 1833; Next 21 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Mark Goring: O. Smith
Sir Henry Norris: Jones
page: Miss Petifer
Reginald de la Pole: [James] Bland
Signor Rafael de Cantarelli: John Reeve
Stephen Posset: Franks
drawer: Miller
Martin: Bowman
Peter: [James] Paulo
Anne Boleyn: Miss Murray
Marguerite de Montal: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maud Posset: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
villagers, masquers:
      Walsh
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Middle Temple; or, "Which Is My Son"? (13)

Performances:  First 22 April 1833; Previous 17 September 1833

Cast:

Briefless: [Benjamin] Wrench
Brutus Hairbrain: John Reeve
Mr. Prettyman: W. Bennett
Doggins: Salter
Noggins: Walsh
Hairbrain: Minton
Pounce: [James] Paulo
John: Bowman
Mrs. Middlemist: Mrs. Griffith
Julia: Miss [Leonora] Pincott
Penelope: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello

Cast Changes:

BUT  Pounce: [James] Paulo (replaces [Frederick H.] Mordaunt)

3)  Lo Zingaro (22)

Performances:  First 3 August 1833; Previous 16 September 1833

Cast:

Baron Morialva: Perkins
Conte Luigi Conradini: [James] Bland
Lo Zingaro: O. Smith
Beppo: [William H.] Oxberry
Guiseppe: Sanders
Constanza: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Annina: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Paoletta: Miss Jackson
Jacintha: Mrs. Emden
principal Zingari:
      Franks
      Morris
      Miss Alleyne
chorus of Zingari, peasantry:
      Walsh
      Miller
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials

4)  The Mummy (70)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 19 September 1833; Next 21 September 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

21 September 1833
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
21 September 1833
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Court Masque; or, Richmond in the Olden Time (12)

Performances:  First 9 September 1833; Previous 20 September 1833

Cast:

Sir Mark Goring: O. Smith
Sir Henry Norris: Jones
page: Miss Petifer
Reginald de la Pole: [James] Bland
Signor Rafael de Cantarelli: John Reeve
Stephen Posset: Franks
drawer: Miller
Martin: Bowman
Peter: [James] Paulo
Anne Boleyn: Miss Murray
Marguerite de Montal: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Maud Posset: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
villagers, masquers:
      Walsh
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Dowsing
      Morris
      [Frederick H.] Mordaunt
      Brown
      Johnson
      Miss Appleton
      Miss Remens
      Miss Elder
      Miss Reid
      Miss Vials
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Wells
      Miss E. Wells

Non-Resident Theatre Company

2)  The Four Sisters (15)

Performances:  First 8 July 1833; Previous 17 September 1833

Cast:

Beauchamp: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Merton: [Frank] Matthews
Sam Snaffle: [William H.] Oxberry
Caroline Merton: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Diana: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Eugenia: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
Ellen: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett
landlady: Miss Remens
Susan: Mrs. Emden

3)  The Yeoman's Daughter (41)

Performances:  First 17 July 1833; Previous 18 September 1833

Cast:

Walter Gray: Williams
Arthur: Thomas J. Serle
Old Squire Langley: Minton
Young Squire Langley: [James] Bland
Simon Scentwell: [William H.] Oxberry
Humphrey Hogsflesh: Salter
Mr. Springfield: Morris
John White: Walsh
Jemmy Muggleby: John Reeve
ploughmen, laborers:
      Miller
      Dowsing
      J. Jones
      Willing
      Morris
      Bowman
      Brown
      [James] Paulo
      Johnson
Mrs. Morris: Mrs. Griffith
Mary Gray: Mrs. [Harriett] Waylett

4)  The Mummy (71)

Performances:  First 4 June 1833; Previous 20 September 1833

Cast:

Captain Canter: [James] Bland
Mr. Mandragon: Williams
Theophilus Pole: Wyman
Larry Bathershin: Benson E. Hill
Toby Tramp: John Reeve
Old Tramp: Minton
porters:
      Bowman
      [James] Paulo
      Brown
      Johnson
Fanny Mandragon: Miss [Cecilia?] Novello
Susan: Mrs. Emden

General, Commentary

Seasonal Summary

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Doors open 6:30, curtain 7:00, half price 9:00.

Ticket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-; half prices: box 2/-, pit 1/-, gallery 6d.

Seasonal Dates

8 Apr 1833 - 21 Sep 1833; 114 performances: 114 evening

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

House managers:Arnold, Samuel J.
Directors of music:Hawes, William
Orchestra conductors and leaders:Wagstaff
Box bookkeepers:Campbell
Scene designers:Pitt, Thomas H.
Tomkins, Charles
Set decorators:Foster, G.
Melodrama department:Smith, O.
Stage mechanics:Stribley
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Balding, Mrs.
Carty
Head
Rayner, Miss E.
Printers:S. G. Fairbrother, Exeter Court, Strand (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

Addison, Henry R. Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, Weel May the Keel Row (26 Aug 1833)
Zingaro, Lo (3 Aug 1833)
Addison, John Two Words! or, Silent, Not Dumb (23 Apr 1833)
Arnold, Samuel J. Two Words! or, Silent, Not Dumb (23 Apr 1833)
Barnett, Morris Picturesque, The (12 Aug 1833)
Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (30 Apr 1833)
Soldier's Widow, The; or, The Ruins of the Mill (4 May 1833)
Bayly, Thomas H. Convent Belle, The (8 Jul 1833)
Picturesque, The (12 Aug 1833)
Beazley, Samuel, Jr. Gretna Green (30 Apr 1833)
Is He Jealous? (18 May 1833)
Bernard, William B. Four Sisters, The (8 Jul 1833)
Long Finn! The; or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream (18 Jun 1833)
Mummy, The (4 Jun 1833)
Old Regimentals, The (13 Apr 1833)
Coffey, Charles Devil to Pay, The (2 Aug 1833)
De Trueba, Joaquin T. Call Again Tomorrow (10 Apr 1833)
Fielding, Henry Tom Thumb (3 Sep 1833)
Fitzball, Edward Soldier's Widow, The; or, The Ruins of the Mill (4 May 1833)
Hawes, William Climbing Boy, The; or, The Little Sweep (15 Apr 1833)
Court Masque, The; or, Richmond in the Olden Time (9 Sep 1833)
Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, Weel May the Keel Row (26 Aug 1833)
Lying Made Easy (3 Sep 1833)
Mummy, The (4 Jun 1833)
Old Regimentals, The (13 Apr 1833)
Quartette, The; or, Interrupted Harmony (4 Jun 1833)
Yeoman's Daughter, The (17 Jul 1833)
Kimpton, F. He Lies Like Truth (14 Aug 1833)
Lee, G. Alexander Zingaro, Lo (3 Aug 1833)
Martyn, Charles Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (8 Apr 1833)
Millar, T. Convent Belle, The (8 Jul 1833)
Millingen, John G. Cupid (8 Apr 1833)
Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler (19 Aug 1833)
O'Hara, Kane Midas (24 Jul 1833)
Peake, Richard B. Bottle Imp, The (18 Apr 1833)
Climbing Boy, The; or, The Little Sweep (15 Apr 1833)
Evil Eye, The (21 May 1833)
Middle Temple, The; or, Which Is My Son? (22 Apr 1833)
Neuha's Cave; or, The South Sea Mutineers (8 Apr 1833)
Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (8 Jun 1833)
Wanted a Governess! (30 Apr 1833)
Planché, James R. Court Masque, The; or, Richmond in the Olden Time (9 Sep 1833)
Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750 (30 Apr 1833)
Reeve, George W. Gretna Green (30 Apr 1833)
Reeve, John One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement (6 Jun 1833)
Rhodes, William B. Bombastes Furioso (6 Sep 1833)
Rodwell, George H. Bottle Imp, The (18 Apr 1833)
Evil Eye, The (21 May 1833)
Middle Temple, The; or, Which Is My Son? (22 Apr 1833)
Serle, Thomas J. Yeoman's Daughter, The (17 Jul 1833)
Stansbury, George F. Neuha's Cave; or, The South Sea Mutineers (8 Apr 1833)
Unknown Cellar Spectre, The (11 May 1833)
Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure (8 Apr 1833)
Von Winter, Peter Convent Belle, The (8 Jul 1833)
Wade, Joseph A. Yeoman's Daughter, The (17 Jul 1833)
Watson Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (8 Jun 1833)
Welsh, Thomas Is He Jealous? (18 May 1833)

Music Composers/Pieces

Beethoven, Herr Ludwig van Prometheus (3 Sep 1833)
Herold, L. Ferdinand Pre aux Clercs, Le (9 Sep 1833)
Wonderglockchen, Das (13 Apr 1833)
Mozart, Herr Wolfgang A. Figaro (4 Jun 1833)
Rodwell, George H. Flying Dutchman, The (18 Jun 1833)
Tutton, J. R. Unlisted Title # 069 (8 Apr 1833)
Winter Calypso (8 Jun 1833)
Elise (15 Apr 1833)

Song Composers/Pieces

Bishop, Henry R. Echo Song, The (8 Jun 1833)
Evans White Rose, The (8 Jun 1833)
Handel, George F. Harmonious Blacksmith, The (30 Apr 1833)
Horn, Charles E. Sweet Melody (8 Jun 1833)
Unlisted Kate Kearney (8 Jul 1833)
Wade, Joseph A. Good Nature (8 Jun 1833)
Pretty Love Birds (17 Jul 1833)
Waylett, Mrs. Harriett Away, Away, to the Mountain's Brow (8 Jul 1833)

Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Grand ballet travesty (8 Apr 1833)
Pas seule (19 Apr 1833)

Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Grecian statue (11 May 1833)
Of popular performers (6 Jun 1833)

Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted Awful appearance of the Dowager Countess of Hammersmith and her servant in livery (11 May 1833)
Battle of Brook Green with the return of the killed, The (11 May 1833)
Bombardment and Andrea's vessel discovered at anchor (21 May 1833)
interior of the convent chapel, The (8 Jul 1833)
mutiny, The (8 Apr 1833)
Storm and mist with the arrival of the pinnace amidst the war canoes of the Friendly Islanders (8 Apr 1833)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Unattributed Apartment in the castle (3 Aug 1833)
Between decks of the ship Narcissa (8 Apr 1833)
Captain Kidd's hut (18 Jun 1833)
Cascade on the island (8 Apr 1833)
Castle of Palamedi (21 May 1833)
Cavern beneath the ruins of the mill communicating with them and the cellar of Theodore (4 May 1833)
Cavern of Licoo (8 Apr 1833)
Cellar of the palace, the (11 May 1833)
Cellar of Theodore Sanguard (4 May 1833)
Chamber at the Governor's (18 Jun 1833)
Chamber in the house of Bertrand (4 May 1833)
Cockloft of the palace (11 May 1833)
Courtyard of the palace (9 Sep 1833)
Defile of rocks beneath the dungeon of the castle excavation, a (21 May 1833)
Devil's nook on Long Island beach, the (18 Jun 1833)
Entrance to the guard room in the old palace at Richmond (9 Sep 1833)
Extensive view of Toobonai, one of the Friendly Islands (8 Apr 1833)
Exterior of a castle in the Abruzzi (3 Aug 1833)
Exterior of the dwelling of Demetrius with distant view of Palamedi and The Sea (21 May 1833)
From the Isleworth bank of the Thames (9 Sep 1833)
Gallery in the palace (9 Sep 1833)
Garden of the palace, the (11 May 1833)
Greek fort (21 May 1833)
Hall in the Palace of Turnham Green (11 May 1833)
Interior of an ancient English hostel (9 Sep 1833)
Interior of Neuha's cave (8 Apr 1833)
Interior of the convent chapel from the popular mezzotinto engraving of A Nun Taking the Veil, the (8 Jul 1833)
Interior of the dwelling of Demetrius (21 May 1833)
Interior of the mill (4 May 1833)
Main and quarter decks (8 Apr 1833)
Mataloco Rock with submarine entry to Neuha's cave at flood tide (8 Apr 1833)
Mavroyeni's apartment (21 May 1833)
Montavia Bay and surrounding country (8 Apr 1833)
Moonlight gardens of the palace and banks of the Thames (9 Sep 1833)
Old Richmond Palace (9 Sep 1833)
Palm tree thicket (8 Apr 1833)
Port of Napoli de Romania (21 May 1833)
Portcullis at Isleworth, the (9 Sep 1833)
Queen's closet, the (9 Sep 1833)
Retreat of the Zingari in the Abruzzi (3 Aug 1833)
Rocky pass in the Abruzzi (3 Aug 1833)
Tapestry chamber in the castle (3 Aug 1833)
Treasure seeker's dwelling, the (18 Jun 1833)
View of New York from Staten Island in 1715 with the Picaroon at anchor in the offing (18 Jun 1833)
Village on the Loire (4 May 1833)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

Bombastes Furioso

(Burlesque by Rhodes, William B. (Author) (4 Performances, 6 Sep 1833 - 18 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

Bottle Imp, The

(Melodrama by Peake, Richard B. (Author); Rodwell, George H. (Composer) (11 Performances, 18 Apr 1833 - 24 Aug 1833)

Summary Cast:

Call Again Tomorrow

(Farce, 1 act) by De Trueba, Joaquin T. (Author) (15 Performances, 10 Apr 1833 - 18 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

Cellar Spectre, The

(Burlesque by Unknown (Author) (3 Performances, 11 May 1833 - 16 May 1833)

Summary Cast:

Climbing Boy, The; or, The Little Sweep

(Melodrama, 3 acts) by Peake, Richard B. (Author); Hawes, William (Composer) (30 Performances, 15 Apr 1833 - 6 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

Convent Belle, The

(Comic opera by Bayly, Thomas H. (Author); Millar, T. (Composer); Von Winter, Peter (Composer) (5 Performances, 8 Jul 1833 - 20 Jul 1833)

Summary Cast:

Court Masque, The; or, Richmond in the Olden Time

(Opera, 2 acts) by Hawes, William (Arranger); Planché, James R. (Author) (12 Performances, 9 Sep 1833 - 21 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

Cupid

(Burlesque by Millingen, John G. (Author); Tutton, J. R. (Composer) (6 Performances, 8 Apr 1833 - 9 May 1833)

Summary Cast:

Devil to Pay, The

(Musical farce by Coffey, Charles (Author) (1 Performances, 2 Aug 1833)

Summary Cast:

Evil Eye, The

(Musical romance by Peake, Richard B. (Author); Rodwell, George H. (Composer) (11 Performances, 21 May 1833 - 6 Jul 1833)

Summary Cast:

Four Sisters, The

(Comic operetta by Bernard, William B. (Author) (15 Performances, 8 Jul 1833 - 21 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

Gretna Green

(Operetta by Beazley, Samuel, Jr. (Author); Reeve, George W. (Composer) (5 Performances, 30 Apr 1833 - 24 May 1833)

Summary Cast:

He Lies Like Truth

(Comic operetta by Kimpton, F. (Author) (6 Performances, 14 Aug 1833 - 19 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

Is He Jealous?

(Comic operetta by Beazley, Samuel, Jr. (Author); Welsh, Thomas (Composer) (2 Performances, 18 May 1833 - 6 Jun 1833)

Summary Cast:

Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane; or, Weel May the Keel Row

(Operetta, 1 act) by Addison, Henry R. (Author); Hawes, William (Composer) (17 Performances, 26 Aug 1833 - 19 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

Long Finn! The; or, The Treasure Seeker's Dream

(Drama, 2 acts) by Bernard, William B. (Author) (17 Performances, 18 Jun 1833 - 22 Jul 1833)

Summary Cast:

Lying Made Easy

(Comic operetta by Hawes, William (Composer); Unknown (Composer) (2 Performances, 3 Sep 1833 - 5 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

Midas

(Burletta by O'Hara, Kane (Author) (5 Performances, 24 Jul 1833 - 21 Aug 1833)

Summary Cast:

Middle Temple, The; or, Which Is My Son?

(Operetta by Peake, Richard B. (Author); Rodwell, George H. (Composer) (13 Performances, 22 Apr 1833 - 20 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

*  Mummy, The

(Operatic farce by Bernard, William B. (Author); Hawes, William (Composer) (71 Performances, 4 Jun 1833 - 21 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

Nero, a Roman-tick Fiddler

(Burlesque by Millingen, John G. (Author) (13 Performances, 19 Aug 1833 - 2 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

Neuha's Cave; or, The South Sea Mutineers

(Melodrama by Peake, Richard B. (Author); Stansbury, George F. (Composer) (10 Performances, 8 Apr 1833 - 23 Apr 1833)

Summary Cast:

Old Regimentals, The

(Operetta by Bernard, William B. (Author); Hawes, William (Composer) (5 Performances, 13 Apr 1833 - 13 Aug 1833)

Summary Cast:

One, Two, Three, Four, Five, by Advertisement

(Operatic farce by Reeve, John (Author) (1 Performances, 6 Jun 1833)

Summary Cast:

*  Phillip of Anjou; or, A Forest Adventure

(Melodrama by Unknown (Author); Martyn, Charles (Composer) (14 Performances, 8 Apr 1833 - 4 May 1833)

Summary Cast:

Picturesque, The

(Operetta by Bayly, Thomas H. (Author); Barnett, Morris (Composer) (1 Performances, 12 Aug 1833)

Summary Cast:

Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein

(Melodrama, 2 acts) by Peake, Richard B. (Author); Watson (Composer) (12 Performances, 8 Jun 1833 - 4 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

Promotion; or, A Morning at Versailles in 1750

(Vaudeville by Planché, James R. (Author); Barnett, Morris (Composer) (14 Performances, 30 Apr 1833 - 15 Aug 1833)

Summary Cast:

Quartette, The; or, Interrupted Harmony

(Operetta by Hawes, William (Composer) (10 Performances, 4 Jun 1833 - 12 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

*  Soldier's Widow, The; or, The Ruins of the Mill

(Melodrama by Fitzball, Edward (Author); Barnett, Morris (Composer) (7 Performances, 4 May 1833 - 18 May 1833)

Summary Cast:

Tom Thumb

(Burlesque by Fielding, Henry (Author) (2 Performances, 3 Sep 1833 - 12 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

Two Words! or, Silent, Not Dumb

(Melodrama by Arnold, Samuel J. (Author); Addison, John (Composer) (4 Performances, 23 Apr 1833 - 2 May 1833)

Summary Cast:

Wanted a Governess!

(Dramatic sketch, 1 act) by Peake, Richard B. (Author) (3 Performances, 30 Apr 1833 - 8 Jun 1833)

Summary Cast:

Yeoman's Daughter, The

(Melodrama by Serle, Thomas J. (Author); Hawes, William (Composer); Wade, Joseph A. (Composer) (41 Performances, 17 Jul 1833 - 21 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

*  Zingaro, Lo

(Melodrama, 2 acts) by Addison, Henry R. (Author); Lee, G. Alexander (Composer) (22 Performances, 3 Aug 1833 - 20 Sep 1833)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Addison

Bayne

Bennett, W.

Bland, James

Bowman

Brown

Brown, T.

Dowsing

Forester

Franklin

Franks

Hemming, Henry

Hill, Benson E.

Johnson

Johnston

Jones

Jones, J.

Jones, T.

Matthews, Frank

Millar, T.

Miller

Minton

Mordaunt, Frederick H.

Morris

Nelson

Oxberry, William H.

Paulo, James

Perkins

Reeve, John

Salter

Sanders

Serle, Thomas J.

Sharp

Smith, O.

Sutton, F.

Unlisted

Walsh

Williams

Willing

Wrench, Benjamin

Wyman

Actresses

Alleyne, Miss

Appleton, Miss

Elder, Miss

Emden, Miss

Emden, Mrs.

Ferguson, Miss

Griffith, Mrs.

Henderson, Miss

Jackson, Miss

Jones, Miss

Jones, Mrs. Charles F.

Kelly, Miss Frances M.

Mahany, Miss

Murray, Miss

Novello, Miss Cecilia

Petifer, Miss

Pincott, Miss Leonora

Reid, Miss

Remens, Miss

Slade, Miss

Somerville, Miss

Vials, Miss

Walsh, Mrs.

Waylett, Mrs. Harriett

Wells, Miss

Wells, Miss E.

Dancers

Petifer, Miss

Entertainers

Reeve, John

Serle, Thomas J.

Musicians

Hawes, William

Singers

Bland, James

Eley

Franks

Somerville, Miss

Waylett, Mrs. Harriett

General Music Composers/Pieces

Bishop, Henry R. Unlisted Title # 070 (19 Aug 1833)
Lee, G. Alexander Unlisted Title # 072 (19 Aug 1833)
Mazzinghi, Joseph Unlisted Title # 071 (19 Aug 1833)
Mozart, Herr Wolfgang A. Unlisted Title # 074 (19 Aug 1833)
Niccolò, Signor Unlisted Title # 075 (19 Aug 1833)
Rodwell, George H. Unlisted Title # 073 (19 Aug 1833)



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