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THE LONDON STAGE 1800-1900

Joseph Donohue and James Ellis, General Editors

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THEATRE ROYAL, ADELPHI

(formerly THE SANS PAREIL THEATRE)

1806-1900

Calendar for 1834-1835

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 final season of Charles Mathews' joint management of the Adelphi Theatre with Frederick Yates opened on 29 September 1834, after considerable redecoration and remodeling of the theatre's interior.  The opening night bill announced, "the audience part of the theatre has been re-painted and re-decorated, a new movable stage constructed, and the stage encreased [sic] to double its former extent."  The season ran for 163 nights; 29 plays were presented; the theatre closed on 11 April 1835.  Because Mathews was indisposed during the bulk of the season, Yates had almost complete responsibility for the theatre's management.

John Buckstone once again scored the hit of the season with The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago, a melodrama based on Edward Bulwer-Lytton's novel.  The play ran for 64 nights and received lavish praise from the critics and copious applause from audiences.  The Times declared, "the scenery and dresses appeared to be new, and were both appropriate and splendid, and the eruption of Vesuvius in the last scene conveyed to the spectator a good idea of the terrors of that awful, natural phenomenon" (14 December 1834).  The Morning Post exclaimed in a review reprinted by the theatre's management, "On the boards of no theatre, whether major or minor, and by no manager, great or small, could the numerous scenic incidents and complicated mechanical effects of such a drama be more perfectly displayed than as witnessed last night on the boards of the Adelphi Theatre, under the superintendence of Mr. Yates."

Yet another spectacular production, Celestia; or, The World in the Moon by Dalrymple, received plaudits from the critics when it opened on 2 February 1835.  The Times declared that the "splendour of decoration and brilliancy of scenic effect surpasses anything that we have hitherto witnessed at this house."  The house machinist and scenic designers Tompkins and Pitt merited these remarks from the same critic:  "The story...affords an ample field for the imagination of the painter...and [the] skill of those very important personages in all melodramatic pieces, the machinist and fire- worker."  The work of costumers, Godbee and Miss E. Rayner, was recognized when the Athenæum declared that the "dresses are very splendid" (7 February 1835, p. 114).

Buckstone provided yet another successful script with The Christening, which opened on 13 October.  The 49-performance run and the play's enduring popularity with Adelphi audiences throughout the decade may be attributed to the source of the piece.  Although it was unacknowledged in the theatre's publicity, Charles Dickens claimed the popular comedy had been pirated from his "The Bloomsbury Christening," which had appeared in the Monthly Magazine that previous April.  Dickens protested the "kidnapping" of his "offspring" in a letter to the editor of the Monthly Magazine, writing:  "I find that Mr. Buckstone has officiated as self-elected godfather, and carried off my child to the Adelphi, for the purpose, probably, of fulfilling one of his sponsorial duties, viz., of teaching it the vulgar tongue" (Dickens, I, 42).  Ironically, he reviewed the play favorably in the Morning Chronicle, saying "we hope and believe [it] will have a long run" (14 October 1834).  The editors of Dickens' letters claim only "the title, the type of name given to the godfather...and some jokes and phrases were borrowed" (Dickens, I, 42).  Nevertheless, the play "christened" a long and profitable relationship between the Adelphi and the writings of Charles Dickens.

Repeatedly throughout The Season, critics referred to the crowding of the houses and the enormous size of the audiences in attendance.  For The Christening, the house was "filled from top to bottom" (Times, 21 October 1834).  During Oscar the Bandit, which opened a week later, the Times referred to the "continued and clamourous plaudits of an overflowing house" (21 October 1834).  When another Buckstone melodrama, Agnes De Vere, opened on 10 November, "the house was crowded in all parts" (Times, 11 November 1834) and during The First Night by Thomas Parry, "the house was crowded to an overflow in every part" (Times, 28 November 1834).  Yates' Martyr's Day performance of his one-man show, Mr. Yates' Views of Himself and Others attracted such a crowd that the Times reviewer commented upon the "total incapability of the house to contain so dense a throng as waited in the lobbies for admittance" (31 January 1835).  These reports verify the description of the Adelphi by a contemporary writer in 1835 as "by far the most fashionably attended theatre in London" (Quoted by Mander and Michenson, The Theatres of London, p. 17).

Ironically, Charles Mathews apparently saw little of the monetary rewards of this critical and popular success.  Forced to tour the United States to supplement his income, Mathews fell ill while overseas and never regained his health.  On 31 January 1835, Mrs. Mathews wrote this bitter letter to her son:

It is alarming to find that, in the fullness of 'the Adelphi's success,' no emolument arises to any but the performers and the tradesmen.  Out of these enormous receipts, all gone without a shilling your father can call profit.  The building is not large enough to pay for splendor and salaries which Drury Lane cannot now afford.  This should be seen to.  It is a fallacy to say the concern prospers because the houses are filled (Mathews, Memoirs of Charles Mathews, Comedian, IV, p. 339).

Though Mathews cut short his American tour and returned home to recuperate, he never appeared on the British stage again.  He died a poor man on 28 June 1835, at the age of fifty-nine.

In Mathews' absence, Frederick Yates took over the daily management of the Adelphi operations.  In addition to acting in several productions, he frequently received credit in the bills and reviews for having supervised (or directed) the productions.  Playwright Edward Fitzball commended Yates' creativity when he wrote, "Yates...had great discernment when an original idea was stated to him, however absurd it might have appeared to others; he could extract the wheat from the chaff" (Fitzball, Thirty-Five Years in a Dramatic Author's Life, I, 261-62).  Writing in an 1839 review of a production of Jack Sheppard at the Adelphi, an unidentified critic observed, "Yates has earned a deserved celebrity for producing what are called 'effects;' and often have we seen things done upon the little stage of the Adelphi that put to blush the effects of other managers."  (Quoted by Meisel, Realizations, p. 251.) Yates' unfailing theatrical instincts, in combination with Charles Mathews' immense comic talents, resulted in the vast popularity of the Adelphi Theatre between 1830 and 1835.  With the exception of the following season, Yates was to continue to steer the theatre to greater success in the second half of the decade.

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Daily Calendar for 1834-1835


29 September 1834
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 September 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; "principal effects taken from ... Le Juif Errant" (bill)

Author: [Edward Fitzball]; Composer: [George H. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Next 30 September 1834

Genre:  (Spectacle) entirely new ballet operatic romantic spectacle of diablerie; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

(celestials)
      Soleila (Spirit of the Golden City): Miss Daly
      Gazna (Soleila's attendant): Miss Adair (1st app here)
      Azola (offending peri): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
(celestials: perii)
      Ora: Miss Jackson
      Palma: Miss A. Jackson
      Astra: Miss Walsh
      Zelma: Miss Cross
      perii:
            Miss F. Cross
            Miss Elder
      perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
            Miss [Leone] Griffiths
            Miss Lane
            Miss Jones
            Miss Rose
            Miss Grossmith
            Mrs. Gallot
            Miss Labatt
            Miss C. Paris
            Mrs. Gibson
            Miss McHenry
            Miss Frode
            Miss E. Griffiths (from Kings Theatre)
(infernals)
      Eblis (King of Demons, under various forms): O. Smith
      Ombra (his familiar): [H. B.] Roberts
      Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
      Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
      Chopor (demon cook): Brown
      Hackut (demon cook): King
      Pelace (demon cook): Gibson
      Cauldron (demon cook): Sanders
      Belea (demon cook): [R.] N[elson] Lee
(infernals: devils of all descriptions)
      Asmodeus: Walsh
      Moloe Mammon: Green
      Urian: Willing
      Belzebath: Price
      Samiel: Morris
      Hassan: Fry
      Jan: Bush
(mortals)
      Sadak (dervise of Mount Caucasus): [Henry?] Hemming
      Kivo (repentant thief, sadly addicted to his former habits): [James P.] Wilkinson

Artistic Supervision

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Richard B. Peake]; Composer: William H. Callcott

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Next 30 September 1834

Genre:  (Burletta) entirely new domestic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Count Valmore (a widower affianced to Rosalie): [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore (his son): Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt (father of Rosalie): [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard (agent of Montalt): O. Smith
Durant (friend of the count, and a magistrate): Bayne
Hubert Slug (gamekeeper to Madame Rosenberg): John Reeve
Schnacks (host of the Golden Horn): Sanders
Pipo (his son): [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] Nelson Lee
Madame Rosenberg (Count Valmore's aunt): Miss Pitt (1st app)
Rosalie Montalt (the daughter): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette (attendant on Madame Rosenberg and Rosalie): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Woodyer
Therese (barmaid of the Golden Horn): Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

Dance

Scenery Description

3)  Freaks and Follies [; or, A Match for the Old One] (1)

Author: [George H. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Next 30 September 1834

Genre:  (Burletta) burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir William Franklin: W. Bennett
Mr. Franklin: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Rowland: S[tephen] Smith
Doctor Growl: Bayne
Tom Trippet: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chouse: Sanders
Emily: Miss Jackson

Cast Commentary

General, Scenery Commentary


30 September 1834
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 September 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (2)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 29 September 1834; Next 1 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson

2)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (2)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 29 September 1834; Next 1 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Woodyer
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

3)  Freaks and Follies [; or, A Match for the Old One] (2)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 29 September 1834; Next 1 October 1834

Cast:

Sir William Franklin: W. Bennett
Mr. Franklin: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Rowland: S[tephen] Smith
Doctor Growl: Bayne
Tom Trippet: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chouse: Sanders
Emily: Miss Jackson

1 October 1834
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 September 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (3)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 30 September 1834; Next 2 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson

2)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (3)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 30 September 1834; Next 2 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Woodyer
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

3)  Freaks and Follies [; or, A Match for the Old One] (3)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 30 September 1834; Next 2 October 1834

Cast:

Sir William Franklin: W. Bennett
Mr. Franklin: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Rowland: S[tephen] Smith
Doctor Growl: Bayne
Tom Trippet: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chouse: Sanders
Emily: Miss Jackson

2 October 1834
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 September 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (4)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 1 October 1834; Next 3 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson

2)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (4)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 1 October 1834; Next 3 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Woodyer
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

3)  Freaks and Follies [; or, A Match for the Old One] (4)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 1 October 1834; Next 3 October 1834

Cast:

Sir William Franklin: W. Bennett
Mr. Franklin: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Rowland: S[tephen] Smith
Doctor Growl: Bayne
Tom Trippet: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chouse: Sanders
Emily: Miss Jackson

3 October 1834
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
29 September 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (5)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 2 October 1834; Next 4 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson

2)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (5)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 2 October 1834; Next 4 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Woodyer
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

3)  Freaks and Follies [; or, A Match for the Old One] (5)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 2 October 1834; Next 4 October 1834

Cast:

Sir William Franklin: W. Bennett
Mr. Franklin: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Rowland: S[tephen] Smith
Doctor Growl: Bayne
Tom Trippet: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chouse: Sanders
Emily: Miss Jackson

4 October 1834
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
29 September 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (6)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 3 October 1834; Next 6 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson

2)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (6)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 3 October 1834; Next 6 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Woodyer
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

3)  Freaks and Follies [; or, A Match for the Old One] (6)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 3 October 1834

Cast:

Sir William Franklin: W. Bennett
Mr. Franklin: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Rowland: S[tephen] Smith
Doctor Growl: Bayne
Tom Trippet: [James P.] Wilkinson
Chouse: Sanders
Emily: Miss Jackson

6 October 1834
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (7)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 4 October 1834; Next 7 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Next 7 October 1834

Genre:  (Burlesque) entirely original visionary and burlesque sketch

First Night Cast:

The Sylph (congenial spirit): John Reeve
John (footman): O. Smith
Nibblefee (a lawyer): S[tephen] Smith
(spirits, companions of the Sylph)
      Rum: Morris
      Tom: Willing
      Jackey: Fry
      Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen (enemies of the congenial spirit):
      Keene
      Thompson
Betty (housemaid in a Scotch gentleman's family): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey (John's mother): Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

Song

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery Description

3)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (7)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 4 October 1834; Next 7 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Walsh
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

BUT  Josephine: Mrs. Walsh (replaces Mrs. Woodyer)

7 October 1834
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (8)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 6 October 1834; Next 8 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (2)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 6 October 1834; Next 8 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      Thompson
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (8)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 6 October 1834; Next 8 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Walsh
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

8 October 1834
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (9)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 7 October 1834; Next 9 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (3)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 7 October 1834; Next 9 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      Thompson
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (9)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 7 October 1834; Next 9 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Walsh
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

9 October 1834
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (10)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 8 October 1834; Next 10 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (4)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 8 October 1834; Next 10 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      Thompson
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (10)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 8 October 1834; Next 10 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Walsh
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

10 October 1834
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (11)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 9 October 1834; Next 11 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (5)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 9 October 1834; Next 11 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      Thompson
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (11)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 9 October 1834; Next 11 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Walsh
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

11 October 1834
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 October 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (12)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 10 October 1834; Next 13 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (6)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 10 October 1834; Next 13 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      Thompson
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (12)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 10 October 1834; Next 13 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Walsh
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

13 October 1834
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 October 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (13)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 11 October 1834; Next 14 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

Cast Changes:

ADDS  perii, spirits, shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer
BUT  Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey (replaces Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates)

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (7)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 11 October 1834; Next 14 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

Cast Changes:

ADDS  watermen: [William] Searle
OMITS  watermen: Thompson

Cast Commentary

3)  The Christening (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Probably based on Dickens' "The Bloomsbury Christening, " published in the Monthly Magazine, April 1834

Author: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Next 14 October 1834

Genre:  (Burletta) new comic burletta

First Night Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [R. Nelson] Lee
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

4)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (13)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 11 October 1834; Next 14 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Walsh
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

14 October 1834
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 October 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (14)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 13 October 1834; Next 15 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (8)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 13 October 1834; Next 15 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Christening (2)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 13 October 1834; Next 15 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [R.] N[elson] Lee
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

4)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (14)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 13 October 1834; Next 15 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Walsh
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

15 October 1834
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 October 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (15)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 14 October 1834; Next 16 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (9)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 14 October 1834; Next 16 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Christening (3)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 14 October 1834; Next 16 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [R.] N[elson] Lee
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

4)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (15)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 14 October 1834; Next 16 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Walsh
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

16 October 1834
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 October 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (16)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 15 October 1834; Next 17 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (10)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 15 October 1834; Next 17 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Christening (4)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 15 October 1834; Next 17 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [R.] N[elson] Lee
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

4)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (16)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 15 October 1834; Next 17 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Walsh
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

17 October 1834
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
13 October 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (17)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 16 October 1834; Next 18 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (11)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 16 October 1834; Next 18 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Christening (5)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 16 October 1834; Next 18 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [R.] N[elson] Lee
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

4)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (17)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 16 October 1834; Next 18 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Walsh
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

18 October 1834
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 October 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (18)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 17 October 1834; Next 20 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: O. Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: S[tephen] Smith
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (12)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 17 October 1834; Next 20 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Christening (6)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 17 October 1834; Next 20 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [R.] N[elson] Lee
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

4)  The Chain of Gold; or, A Daughter's Devotion (18)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 17 October 1834

Cast:

Count Valmore: [Henry?] Hemming
Theodore: Miss Rosalie Hill
Montalt: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gaspard: O. Smith
Durant: Bayne
Hubert Slug: John Reeve
Schnacks: Sanders
Pipo: [James P.] Wilkinson
1st officer of police: Morris
2d officer: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Madame Rosenberg: Miss Pitt
Rosalie Montalt: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Laurette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Babette: Miss Jackson
Louise: Miss Elder
Josephine: Mrs. Walsh
Therese: Miss Labatt
peasants, servants, chasseurs: Unlisted

20 October 1834
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 October 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Isaac Pocock]

Author Commentary:  "by the author of The Miller and His Men"—bill

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Next 21 October 1834

Genre:  (Burletta) new romantic burletta

First Night Cast:

Walmer (colonel and charge d'affairs): Gallot
Oscar (the bandit): [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt (banker): W. Bennett
Poverall (speculator): [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup (lieutenant of banditti): O. Smith
Largent (stockbroker): Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps (treasurer to the band): John Reeve
inspector of police: [R. Nelson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline (her daughter): Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette (femme de chambre): Miss Pitt

Artistic Supervision

Scenery Description

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (13)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 18 October 1834; Next 21 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (19)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 18 October 1834; Next 21 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

Cast Changes:

BUT  Eblis: S[tephen] Smith (replaces O. Smith)
  Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee (replaces S[tephen] Smith)

4)  The Christening (7)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 18 October 1834; Next 21 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [R.] N[elson] Lee
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

21 October 1834
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 October 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (2)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 20 October 1834; Next 22 October 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (14)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 20 October 1834; Next 22 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (20)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 20 October 1834; Next 22 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

4)  The Christening (8)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 20 October 1834; Next 22 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [R.] N[elson] Lee
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

22 October 1834
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 October 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (3)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 21 October 1834; Next 23 October 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (15)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 21 October 1834; Next 23 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (21)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 21 October 1834; Next 23 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

4)  The Christening (9)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 21 October 1834; Next 23 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [R.] N[elson] Lee
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

23 October 1834
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 October 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (4)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 22 October 1834; Next 24 October 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (16)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 22 October 1834; Next 24 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (22)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 22 October 1834; Next 24 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

4)  The Christening (10)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 22 October 1834; Next 24 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [R.] N[elson] Lee
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

24 October 1834
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 October 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (5)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 23 October 1834; Next 25 October 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (17)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 23 October 1834; Next 25 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (23)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 23 October 1834; Next 25 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

4)  The Christening (11)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 23 October 1834; Next 25 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [R.] N[elson] Lee
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

25 October 1834
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 October 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (6)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 24 October 1834; Next 27 October 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Kitchen Sylph (18)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 24 October 1834; Next 27 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

3)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (24)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 24 October 1834; Next 27 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

4)  The Christening (12)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 24 October 1834; Next 27 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [R.] N[elson] Lee
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

27 October 1834
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1834
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (7)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 25 October 1834; Next 28 October 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Christening (13)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 25 October 1834; Next 28 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle (replaces [R. Nelson] Lee)

3)  The Kitchen Sylph (19)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 25 October 1834; Next 28 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

4)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (25)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 25 October 1834; Next 28 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

General, Spectacle

General, Spectacle Commentary


28 October 1834
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1834
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (8)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 27 October 1834; Next 29 October 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Christening (14)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 27 October 1834; Next 29 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  The Kitchen Sylph (20)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 27 October 1834; Next 29 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

4)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (26)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 27 October 1834; Next 29 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

29 October 1834
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1834
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (9)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 28 October 1834; Next 30 October 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Christening (15)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 28 October 1834; Next 30 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  The Kitchen Sylph (21)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 28 October 1834; Next 30 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

4)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (27)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 28 October 1834; Next 30 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

30 October 1834
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1834
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (10)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 29 October 1834; Next 31 October 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Christening (16)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 29 October 1834; Next 31 October 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  The Kitchen Sylph (22)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 29 October 1834; Next 31 October 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

4)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (28)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 29 October 1834; Next 31 October 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

31 October 1834
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1834
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (11)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 30 October 1834; Next 1 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Christening (17)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 30 October 1834; Next 1 November 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  The Kitchen Sylph (23)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 30 October 1834; Next 1 November 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

4)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (29)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 30 October 1834; Next 1 November 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

1 November 1834
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1834
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (12)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 31 October 1834; Next 3 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Christening (18)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 31 October 1834; Next 3 November 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  The Kitchen Sylph (24)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 31 October 1834; Next 3 November 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
Rum: Morris
Tom: Willing
Jackey: Fry
Shrub: Walsh
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
watermen:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Cookey: Mrs. Daly
maids in the family:
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Mrs. Gallot

4)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (30)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 31 October 1834; Next 10 November 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

3 November 1834
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 November 1834
playbill
British Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (13)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 1 November 1834; Next 4 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Christening (19)

Title Comment:  Times gives The First Night; or, My Own Ghost as 2d pc

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 1 November 1834; Next 4 November 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  Grace Huntley (1)

Author: [Henry Holl]

Performances:  First 3 November 1834; Next 4 November 1834

Genre:  (Burletta) highly popular domestic burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Joseph Huntley: [Frederick H.] Yates
William (his son): Master Kelly
Abel Darnley: Bayne
Simon Mealbag (a baker's apprentice): John Reeve
Sandy Smith: O. Smith
Tibby Cracko (the justice's black footman): [John B.] Buckstone
Squire Lambert: [H. B.] Roberts
justice: S[tephen] Smith
officer: Morris
Giles (landlord of the alehouse): Sanders
villagers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
Grace Darnley: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Peggy: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Alice Gray: Miss Daly

4)  The Kitchen Sylph (25)

Title Comment:  Times gives Christening as 4th pc

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 1 November 1834; Next 4 November 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

Cast Changes:

OMITS  Cookey: Mrs. Daly
  Jackey: Fry
  Rum: Morris
  Shrub: Walsh
  Tom: Willing
  maids in the family: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
  maids in the family: Mrs. Gallot
  maids in the family: Mrs. Walsh
  watermen: Keene
  watermen: [William] Searle

4 November 1834
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 November 1834
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1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (14)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 3 November 1834; Next 5 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Christening (20)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 3 November 1834; Next 5 November 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  Grace Huntley (2)

Performances:  First 3 November 1834; Previous 3 November 1834; Next 5 November 1834

Cast:

Joseph Huntley: [Frederick H.] Yates
William: Master Kelly
Abel Darnley: Bayne
Simon Mealbag: John Reeve
Sandy Smith: O. Smith
Tibby Cracko: [John B.] Buckstone
Squire Lambert: [H. B.] Roberts
justice: S[tephen] Smith
officer: Morris
Giles: Sanders
villagers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
Grace Darnley: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Peggy: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Alice Gray: Miss Daly

4)  The Kitchen Sylph (26)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 3 November 1834; Next 5 November 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

5 November 1834
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 November 1834
playbill
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1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (15)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 4 November 1834; Next 6 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Christening (21)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 4 November 1834; Next 6 November 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  Grace Huntley (3)

Performances:  First 3 November 1834; Previous 4 November 1834; Next 6 November 1834

Cast:

Joseph Huntley: [Frederick H.] Yates
William: Master Kelly
Abel Darnley: Bayne
Simon Mealbag: John Reeve
Sandy Smith: O. Smith
Tibby Cracko: [John B.] Buckstone
Squire Lambert: [H. B.] Roberts
justice: S[tephen] Smith
officer: Morris
Giles: Sanders
villagers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
Grace Darnley: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Peggy: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Alice Gray: Miss Daly

4)  The Kitchen Sylph (27)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 4 November 1834; Next 6 November 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

6 November 1834
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 November 1834
playbill
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1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (16)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 5 November 1834; Next 7 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Christening (22)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 5 November 1834; Next 7 November 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  Grace Huntley (4)

Performances:  First 3 November 1834; Previous 5 November 1834; Next 7 November 1834

Cast:

Joseph Huntley: [Frederick H.] Yates
William: Master Kelly
Abel Darnley: Bayne
Simon Mealbag: John Reeve
Sandy Smith: O. Smith
Tibby Cracko: [John B.] Buckstone
Squire Lambert: [H. B.] Roberts
justice: S[tephen] Smith
officer: Morris
Giles: Sanders
villagers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
Grace Darnley: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Peggy: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Alice Gray: Miss Daly

4)  The Kitchen Sylph (28)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 5 November 1834; Next 7 November 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

7 November 1834
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 November 1834
playbill
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1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (17)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 6 November 1834; Next 8 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Christening (23)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 6 November 1834; Next 8 November 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  Grace Huntley (5)

Performances:  First 3 November 1834; Previous 6 November 1834; Next 8 November 1834

Cast:

Joseph Huntley: [Frederick H.] Yates
William: Master Kelly
Abel Darnley: Bayne
Simon Mealbag: John Reeve
Sandy Smith: O. Smith
Tibby Cracko: [John B.] Buckstone
Squire Lambert: [H. B.] Roberts
justice: S[tephen] Smith
officer: Morris
Giles: Sanders
villagers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
Grace Darnley: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Peggy: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Alice Gray: Miss Daly

4)  The Kitchen Sylph (29)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 6 November 1834; Next 8 November 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

8 November 1834
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 November 1834
playbill
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1)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (18)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 7 November 1834; Next 10 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  The Christening (24)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 7 November 1834; Next 27 November 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  Grace Huntley (6)

Performances:  First 3 November 1834; Previous 7 November 1834

Cast:

Joseph Huntley: [Frederick H.] Yates
William: Master Kelly
Abel Darnley: Bayne
Simon Mealbag: John Reeve
Sandy Smith: O. Smith
Tibby Cracko: [John B.] Buckstone
Squire Lambert: [H. B.] Roberts
justice: S[tephen] Smith
officer: Morris
Giles: Sanders
villagers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
Grace Darnley: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Peggy: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Alice Gray: Miss Daly

4)  The Kitchen Sylph (30)

Performances:  First 6 October 1834; Previous 7 November 1834

Cast:

The Sylph: John Reeve
John: O. Smith
Nibblefee: S[tephen] Smith
dark domestics:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
Betty: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

10 November 1834
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 November 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; By the author of Victorine

Author: [John B. Buckstone]; Composer: George H. Rodwell

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Next 11 November 1834

Genre:  (Drama) entirely new domestic tragic drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen (a child): Miss Rosalie Hill

Artistic Supervision

Scenery Description

2)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (19)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 8 November 1834; Next 11 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

3)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (31)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 1 November 1834; Next 11 November 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

Title: General Commentary


11 November 1834
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 November 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (2)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 10 November 1834; Next 12 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (20)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 10 November 1834; Next 12 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

3)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (32)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 10 November 1834; Next 12 November 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

12 November 1834
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 November 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (3)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 11 November 1834; Next 13 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (21)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 11 November 1834; Next 13 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

3)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (33)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 11 November 1834; Next 13 November 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

13 November 1834
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 November 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (4)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 12 November 1834; Next 14 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (22)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 12 November 1834; Next 14 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

3)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (34)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 12 November 1834; Next 14 November 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

14 November 1834
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
10 November 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (5)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 13 November 1834; Next 15 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (23)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 13 November 1834; Next 15 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

3)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (35)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 13 November 1834; Next 15 November 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

15 November 1834
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 November 1834
playbill
British Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (6)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 14 November 1834; Next 17 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (24)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 14 November 1834; Next 17 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

3)  The Black Hand; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (36)

Performances:  First 29 September 1834; Previous 14 November 1834

Cast:

Soleila: Miss Daly
Gazna: Miss Adair
Azola: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ora: Miss Jackson
Palma: Miss A. Jackson
Astra: Miss Walsh
Zelma: Miss Cross
perii:
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Elder
perii, spirits, shadows, stars:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Jones
      Miss Rose
      Miss Grossmith
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Labatt
      Miss C. Paris
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss McHenry
      Miss Frode
      Miss E. Griffiths
Eblis: S[tephen] Smith
Ombra: [H. B.] Roberts
Nocta: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Azola, fallen peri, under the form of a Persian girl: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Chopor: Brown
Hackut: King
Pelace: Gibson
Cauldron: Sanders
Belea: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Asmodeus: Walsh
Moloe Mammon: Green
Urian: Willing
Belzebath: Price
Samiel: Morris
Hassan: Fry
Jan: Bush
Sadak: [Henry?] Hemming
Kivo: [James P.] Wilkinson
perii, spirits, Shadows, stars: Mrs. Woodyer

17 November 1834
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 November 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (7)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 15 November 1834; Next 18 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  Esmeralda; or, The Deformed of Notre Dame (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here; Based on Hugo's novel; "By the author of The Pilot" (bill)

Author: [Edward Fitzball]; Choreographer: Oscar Byrne

Performances:  First 17 November 1834; Next 18 November 1834

Genre:  (Melodrama) grand romantic drama

First Night Cast:

Claude Trollo (monk of Notre Dame): O. Smith
Capt. Phoebus (of the King's Archers): [Henry?] Hemming
Capt. Ernest (his friend): [H. B.] Roberts
Pierre Gringoire (poet and puppet show man): [James P.] Wilkinson
Quasimodo (the deformed): [Frederick H.] Yates
Clopin (King of the Beggars): S[tephen] Smith
executioner of Paris: [William] Searle
herald: Morris
monks, archers, gypsies, gossips, French and Bohemian mob:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
      Fry
      Keene
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Astley
      Miss Cross
      Miss E. Cross
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gallot
principal dancers:
      King
      Brown
      Gibson
      [R. Nelson] Lee
      Sanders
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Frode
Esmeralda (the gypsey girl): Miss Daly
Mariette (citizen's wife): Miss Pitt
Fleur de Lys: Miss Adair
St. Gudele (The Recluse): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mme. Gondelaurier: Mrs. Emden
Couoou (Bohemian widow, alias Demoiselle): Mrs. Gallot

Artistic Supervision

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery Description

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (25)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 15 November 1834; Next 18 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

18 November 1834
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 November 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (8)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 17 November 1834; Next 19 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  Esmeralda; or, The Deformed of Notre Dame (2)

Performances:  First 17 November 1834; Previous 17 November 1834; Next 19 November 1834

Cast:

Claude Trollo: O. Smith
Capt. Phoebus: [Henry?] Hemming
Capt. Ernest: [H. B.] Roberts
Pierre Gringoire: [James P.] Wilkinson
Quasimodo: [Frederick H.] Yates
Clopin: S[tephen] Smith
executioner of Paris: [William] Searle
herald: Morris
monks, archers, gypsies, gossips, French and Bohemian mob:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
      Fry
      Keene
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Astley
      Miss Cross
      Miss E. Cross
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gallot
principal dancers:
      King
      Brown
      Gibson
      Lee
      Sanders
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Frode
Esmeralda: Miss Daly
Mariette: Miss Pitt
Fleur de Lys: Miss Adair
St. Gudele: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mme. Gondelaurier: Mrs. Emden
Couoou: Mrs. Gallot

Cast Changes:

ADDS  principal dancers: Lee
OMITS  principal dancers: [R. Nelson] Lee

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (26)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 17 November 1834; Next 19 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

19 November 1834
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 November 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (9)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 18 November 1834; Next 20 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  Esmeralda; or, The Deformed of Notre Dame (3)

Performances:  First 17 November 1834; Previous 18 November 1834; Next 20 November 1834

Cast:

Claude Trollo: O. Smith
Capt. Phoebus: [Henry?] Hemming
Capt. Ernest: [H. B.] Roberts
Pierre Gringoire: [James P.] Wilkinson
Quasimodo: [Frederick H.] Yates
Clopin: S[tephen] Smith
executioner of Paris: [William] Searle
herald: Morris
monks, archers, gypsies, gossips, French and Bohemian mob:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
      Fry
      Keene
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Astley
      Miss Cross
      Miss E. Cross
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gallot
principal dancers:
      King
      Brown
      Gibson
      Lee
      Sanders
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Frode
Esmeralda: Miss Daly
Mariette: Miss Pitt
Fleur de Lys: Miss Adair
St. Gudele: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mme. Gondelaurier: Mrs. Emden
Couoou: Mrs. Gallot

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (27)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 18 November 1834; Next 20 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

20 November 1834
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 November 1834
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (10)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 19 November 1834; Next 21 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

Title: General Commentary

2)  Esmeralda; or, The Deformed of Notre Dame (4)

Performances:  First 17 November 1834; Previous 19 November 1834; Next 21 November 1834

Cast:

Claude Trollo: O. Smith
Capt. Phoebus: [Henry?] Hemming
Capt. Ernest: [H. B.] Roberts
Pierre Gringoire: [James P.] Wilkinson
Quasimodo: [Frederick H.] Yates
Clopin: S[tephen] Smith
executioner of Paris: [William] Searle
herald: Morris
monks, archers, gypsies, gossips, French and Bohemian mob:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
      Fry
      Keene
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Astley
      Miss Cross
      Miss E. Cross
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gallot
principal dancers:
      King
      Brown
      Gibson
      Lee
      Sanders
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Frode
Esmeralda: Miss Daly
Mariette: Miss Pitt
Fleur de Lys: Miss Adair
St. Gudele: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mme. Gondelaurier: Mrs. Emden
Couoou: Mrs. Gallot

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (28)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 19 November 1834; Next 21 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

Title: General Commentary


21 November 1834
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 November 1834
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (11)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 20 November 1834; Next 22 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  Esmeralda; or, The Deformed of Notre Dame (5)

Performances:  First 17 November 1834; Previous 20 November 1834; Next 22 November 1834

Cast:

Claude Trollo: O. Smith
Capt. Phoebus: [Henry?] Hemming
Capt. Ernest: [H. B.] Roberts
Pierre Gringoire: [James P.] Wilkinson
Quasimodo: [Frederick H.] Yates
Clopin: S[tephen] Smith
executioner of Paris: [William] Searle
herald: Morris
monks, archers, gypsies, gossips, French and Bohemian mob:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
      Fry
      Keene
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Astley
      Miss Cross
      Miss E. Cross
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gallot
principal dancers:
      King
      Brown
      Gibson
      Lee
      Sanders
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Frode
Esmeralda: Miss Daly
Mariette: Miss Pitt
Fleur de Lys: Miss Adair
St. Gudele: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mme. Gondelaurier: Mrs. Emden
Couoou: Mrs. Gallot

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (29)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 20 November 1834; Next 22 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

22 November 1834
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 November 1834
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (12)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 21 November 1834; Next 24 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  Esmeralda; or, The Deformed of Notre Dame (6)

Performances:  First 17 November 1834; Previous 21 November 1834; Next 24 November 1834

Cast:

Claude Trollo: O. Smith
Capt. Phoebus: [Henry?] Hemming
Capt. Ernest: [H. B.] Roberts
Pierre Gringoire: [James P.] Wilkinson
Quasimodo: [Frederick H.] Yates
Clopin: S[tephen] Smith
executioner of Paris: [William] Searle
herald: Morris
monks, archers, gypsies, gossips, French and Bohemian mob:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
      Fry
      Keene
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Astley
      Miss Cross
      Miss E. Cross
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gallot
principal dancers:
      King
      Brown
      Gibson
      Lee
      Sanders
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Frode
Esmeralda: Miss Daly
Mariette: Miss Pitt
Fleur de Lys: Miss Adair
St. Gudele: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mme. Gondelaurier: Mrs. Emden
Couoou: Mrs. Gallot

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (30)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 21 November 1834; Next 24 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Largent: Bayne
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

24 November 1834
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (13)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 22 November 1834; Next 25 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  Esmeralda; or, The Deformed of Notre Dame (7)

Performances:  First 17 November 1834; Previous 22 November 1834; Next 25 November 1834

Cast:

Claude Trollo: O. Smith
Capt. Phoebus: [Henry?] Hemming
Capt. Ernest: [H. B.] Roberts
Pierre Gringoire: [James P.] Wilkinson
Quasimodo: [Frederick H.] Yates
Clopin: S[tephen] Smith
executioner of Paris: [William] Searle
herald: Morris
monks, archers, gypsies, gossips, French and Bohemian mob:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
      Fry
      Keene
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Astley
      Miss Cross
      Miss E. Cross
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gallot
principal dancers:
      King
      Brown
      Gibson
      Lee
      Sanders
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Frode
Esmeralda: Miss Daly
Mariette: Miss Adair
Fleur de Lys: Miss Gallot
St. Gudele: Miss Pitt
Mme. Gondelaurier: Mrs. Emden
Couoou: Mrs. Gallot

Cast Changes:

BUT  Fleur de Lys: Miss Gallot (replaces Miss Adair)
  Mariette: Miss Adair (replaces Miss Pitt)
  St. Gudele: Miss Pitt (replaces Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates)

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (31)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 22 November 1834; Next 25 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

Cast Changes:

BUT  Goldstadt: Bayne (replaces W. Bennett)
OMITS  Largent: Bayne

25 November 1834
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (14)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 24 November 1834; Next 26 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  Esmeralda; or, The Deformed of Notre Dame (8)

Performances:  First 17 November 1834; Previous 24 November 1834; Next 26 November 1834

Cast:

Claude Trollo: O. Smith
Capt. Phoebus: [Henry?] Hemming
Capt. Ernest: [H. B.] Roberts
Pierre Gringoire: [James P.] Wilkinson
Quasimodo: [Frederick H.] Yates
Clopin: S[tephen] Smith
executioner of Paris: [William] Searle
herald: Morris
monks, archers, gypsies, gossips, French and Bohemian mob:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
      Fry
      Keene
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Astley
      Miss Cross
      Miss E. Cross
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gallot
principal dancers:
      King
      Brown
      Gibson
      Lee
      Sanders
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Frode
Esmeralda: Miss Daly
Mariette: Miss Adair
Fleur de Lys: Miss Gallot
St. Gudele: Miss Pitt
Mme. Gondelaurier: Mrs. Emden
Couoou: Mrs. Gallot

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (32)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 24 November 1834; Next 26 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

26 November 1834
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (15)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 25 November 1834; Next 27 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  Esmeralda; or, The Deformed of Notre Dame (9)

Performances:  First 17 November 1834; Previous 25 November 1834

Cast:

Claude Trollo: O. Smith
Capt. Phoebus: [Henry?] Hemming
Capt. Ernest: [H. B.] Roberts
Pierre Gringoire: [James P.] Wilkinson
Quasimodo: [Frederick H.] Yates
Clopin: S[tephen] Smith
executioner of Paris: [William] Searle
herald: Morris
monks, archers, gypsies, gossips, French and Bohemian mob:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Green
      Fry
      Keene
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Astley
      Miss Cross
      Miss E. Cross
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gallot
principal dancers:
      King
      Brown
      Gibson
      Lee
      Sanders
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Frode
Esmeralda: Miss Daly
Mariette: Miss Adair
Fleur de Lys: Miss Gallot
St. Gudele: Miss Pitt
Mme. Gondelaurier: Mrs. Emden
Couoou: Mrs. Gallot

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (33)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 25 November 1834; Next 27 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

27 November 1834
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 November 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (16)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 26 November 1834; Next 28 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; favorable review in Times 28/11/1834

Author: [Thomas Parry]

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Next 28 November 1834

Genre:  (Comedy) comic burletta; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Sanders
Die: [R. Nelson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (34)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 26 November 1834; Next 28 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

4)  The Christening (25)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 8 November 1834; Next 28 November 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

28 November 1834
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 November 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (17)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 27 November 1834; Next 29 November 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (2)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 27 November 1834; Next 29 November 1834

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Sanders
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (35)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 27 November 1834; Next 29 November 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

4)  The Christening (26)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 27 November 1834; Next 29 November 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

29 November 1834
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 November 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (18)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 28 November 1834; Next 2 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (3)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 28 November 1834; Next 2 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Sanders
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (36)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 28 November 1834; Next 2 December 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

4)  The Christening (27)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 28 November 1834; Next 29 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

1 December 1834
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Death of Duke of Gloucester


2 December 1834
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (19)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 29 November 1834; Next 3 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Charles Selby]

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Next 3 December 1834

Genre:  (Comedy) original comic burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Lord Totterly (an Adonis of sixty, a ci-devant jeune homme): W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer (nephew of Lord Totterley): [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers (embryo barrister of the Middle Temple): [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey (occasional porter and shoe black, the unfinished gentleman): John Reeve
James Miller (the hon. Mr. Flammer's tiger): [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble (sheriff's "greyhound"): Sanders
Catch (sheriff's "greyhound"): [R. Nelson] Lee
Louisa Bloomfield (young lady betrothed to Danvers): Miss Cross
Mary Chintz (Miss Bloomfield's maid, bespoke of James Miller): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (37)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 29 November 1834; Next 3 December 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

4)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (4)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 29 November 1834; Next 3 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Sanders
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

3 December 1834
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (20)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 2 December 1834; Next 4 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (2)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 2 December 1834; Next 4 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (38)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 2 December 1834; Next 4 December 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

4)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (5)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 2 December 1834; Next 4 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Sanders
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

4 December 1834
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (21)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 3 December 1834; Next 5 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (3)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 3 December 1834; Next 5 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (39)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 3 December 1834; Next 5 December 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

4)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (6)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 3 December 1834; Next 5 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Sanders
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

5 December 1834
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (22)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 4 December 1834; Next 6 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (4)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 4 December 1834; Next 6 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (40)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 4 December 1834; Next 6 December 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

4)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (7)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 4 December 1834; Next 6 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Sanders
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

6 December 1834
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (23)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 5 December 1834; Next 8 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (5)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 5 December 1834; Next 8 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (41)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 5 December 1834; Next 8 December 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

4)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (8)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 5 December 1834; Next 8 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Sanders
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

8 December 1834
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (24)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 6 December 1834; Next 9 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (6)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 6 December 1834; Next 9 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

Cast Changes:

BUT  Catch: Taylor (replaces [R. Nelson] Lee)

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (42)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 6 December 1834; Next 9 December 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

4)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (9)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 6 December 1834; Next 9 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Sanders
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

9 December 1834
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (25)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 8 December 1834; Next 10 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (7)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 8 December 1834; Next 10 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (43)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 8 December 1834; Next 10 December 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

4)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (10)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 8 December 1834; Next 10 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Sanders
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

10 December 1834
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (26)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 9 December 1834; Next 12 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (8)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 9 December 1834; Next 12 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (44)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 9 December 1834; Next 12 December 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

4)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (11)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 9 December 1834; Next 12 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Sanders
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

11 December 1834
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Funeral of Duke of Gloucester


12 December 1834
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (27)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 10 December 1834; Next 13 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (9)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 10 December 1834; Next 13 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (45)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 10 December 1834; Next 13 December 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

4)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (12)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 10 December 1834; Next 13 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Sanders
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

13 December 1834
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (28)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 12 December 1834; Next 15 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (10)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 12 December 1834; Next 15 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (46)

Performances:  First 20 October 1834; Previous 12 December 1834

Cast:

Walmer: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick H.] Yates
Goldstadt: Bayne
Poverall: [H. B.] Roberts
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Willing
Gruff: Morris
Schtatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: John Reeve
inspector of police: [R.] N[elson] Lee
jailor: Green
Francoise: Sanders
aid de camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Price
      Fry
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Minnette: Miss Pitt

4)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (13)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 12 December 1834; Next 26 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Sanders
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

15 December 1834
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; "Founded on Mr. Bulwer's romance" (bill)

Author: [John B. Buckstone]; Composer: George H. Rodwell; Choreographer: Signor Venafra

Author Commentary:  Signor Venafra from the King's Theatre. "Arranged for the stage by the author of The Wreck Ashore" (bill)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Next 16 December 1834

Genre:  (Melodrama) entirely new historical burletta

First Night Cast:

Arbaces (Egyptian magian): [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus (Athenian): [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides (young priest): Miss Pitt
Calenus (priest of Isis): W. Bennett
(gladiators)
      Niger: S[tephen] Smith
      Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
      Sporus: Sanders
      Nobilior: T. Thompson
      Eumolpus: King
Davus (Sallust's freed man): Gibson
Burbo (wine seller): [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust (young epicure): [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed (his friend): Green
Lepidus (his friend): Price
Pansa (oedile): Morris
Lydon (young gladiator): [H. B.] Roberts
Medon (old slave): Bayne
Stratonice (Burbo's wife): John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
      Williams
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia (blind flower girl): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia (Diomed's daughter): Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder

Cast Commentary

Artistic Supervision

Spectacle

Spectacle Commentary

Scenery Description

2)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (29)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 13 December 1834; Next 16 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (11)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 13 December 1834; Next 16 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

16 December 1834
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (2)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 15 December 1834; Next 17 December 1834

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
      Williams
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder

2)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (30)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 15 December 1834; Next 17 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (12)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 15 December 1834; Next 17 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

17 December 1834
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (3)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 16 December 1834; Next 18 December 1834

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
      Williams
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder

2)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (31)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 16 December 1834; Next 18 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (13)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 16 December 1834; Next 18 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

18 December 1834
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (4)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 17 December 1834; Next 19 December 1834

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
      Williams
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder

2)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (32)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 17 December 1834; Next 19 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (14)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 17 December 1834; Next 19 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

19 December 1834
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (5)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 18 December 1834; Next 20 December 1834

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
      Williams
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder

2)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (33)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 18 December 1834; Next 20 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (15)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 18 December 1834; Next 20 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

20 December 1834
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (6)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 19 December 1834; Next 22 December 1834

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
      Williams
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder

2)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (34)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 19 December 1834; Next 22 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (16)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 19 December 1834; Next 22 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [Frederick H.] Yates
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

22 December 1834
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (7)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 20 December 1834; Next 23 December 1834

Cast:

Arbaces: Gallot
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

Cast Changes:

ADDS  slaves of Arbaces: Taylor
BUT  Arbaces: Gallot (replaces [Frederick H.] Yates)
OMITS  slaves of Arbaces: Williams

2)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (35)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 20 December 1834; Next 23 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (17)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 20 December 1834; Next 23 December 1834

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

Cast Changes:

BUT  James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone (replaces [Frederick H.] Yates)

23 December 1834
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (8)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 22 December 1834; Next 26 December 1834

Cast:

Arbaces: Gallot
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (36)

Performances:  First 10 November 1834; Previous 22 December 1834

Cast:

Sir William Gordon: W. Bennett
Alfred de Vere: [Frederick H.] Yates
Edward Evelyn: [Henry?] Hemming
Oliver Dobbs: [John B.] Buckstone
Agnes de Vere: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Mrs. Kitty Dobbs: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Shafton: [H. B.] Roberts
masqueraders:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Fry
      Morris
      Price
      Miss Lane
      Miss Elder
      Miss K. Elder
      Miss Jackson
      Miss E. Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Adair
Lydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Ellen: Miss Rosalie Hill

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (18)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 22 December 1834; Next 26 January 1835

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

24 December 1834
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Eve


25 December 1834
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas


26 December 1834
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (9)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 23 December 1834; Next 27 December 1834

Cast:

Arbaces: Gallot
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

Title: General Commentary

2)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (14)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 13 December 1834; Next 27 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Keene
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

Cast Changes:

BUT  Thimble: Keene (replaces Sanders)

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; "Founded on the nursery song" (bill)

Author: [R. Nelson Lee]; Composer: George H. Rodwell

Author Commentary:  DNB gives Lee as author of the pantomime this season

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Next 27 December 1834

Genre:  (Pantomime) new comic Christmas pantomime

First Night Cast:

Bellwave (Queen of the Glassy Lake): Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

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27 December 1834
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (10)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 26 December 1834; Next 29 December 1834

Cast:

Arbaces: Gallot
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (15)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 26 December 1834; Next 9 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Keene
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (2)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 26 December 1834; Next 29 December 1834

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

29 December 1834
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (11)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 27 December 1834; Next 30 December 1834

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

Cast Changes:

BUT  Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates (replaces Gallot)

2)  The Christening (28)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 29 November 1834; Next 30 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (3)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 27 December 1834; Next 30 December 1834

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

30 December 1834
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (12)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 29 December 1834; Next 31 December 1834

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The Christening (29)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 29 December 1834; Next 31 December 1834

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (4)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 29 December 1834; Next 31 December 1834

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

31 December 1834
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 December 1834
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (13)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 30 December 1834; Next 1 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The Christening (30)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 30 December 1834; Next 1 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (5)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 30 December 1834; Next 1 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

1 January 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (14)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 31 December 1834; Next 2 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The Christening (31)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 31 December 1834; Next 2 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (6)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 31 December 1834; Next 2 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

2 January 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (15)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 1 January 1835; Next 3 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The Christening (32)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 1 January 1835; Next 3 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (7)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 1 January 1835; Next 3 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

3 January 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (16)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 2 January 1835; Next 5 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The Christening (33)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 2 January 1835; Next 2 February 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (8)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 2 January 1835; Next 5 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

5 January 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1835
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (17)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 3 January 1835; Next 6 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; licensed as New Actress; or, Poor Mr. Potter

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Next 6 January 1835

Genre:  (Farce) original burletta of mistake; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Mr. Potter (in the boxes): W. Bennett
Alfred (in the boxes): [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks (in the pit): S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles (in the gallery): Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn (in the orchestra): Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter (in the boxes): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (9)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 3 January 1835; Next 6 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

6 January 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1835
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (18)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 5 January 1835; Next 7 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (2)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 5 January 1835; Next 7 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (10)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 5 January 1835; Next 7 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

7 January 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1835
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (19)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 6 January 1835; Next 8 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (3)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 6 January 1835; Next 8 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (11)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 6 January 1835; Next 8 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

8 January 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1835
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (20)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 7 January 1835; Next 9 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (4)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 7 January 1835; Next 9 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (12)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 7 January 1835; Next 9 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

9 January 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1835
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (21)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 8 January 1835; Next 10 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (5)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 8 January 1835; Next 10 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (13)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 8 January 1835; Next 10 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

10 January 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1835
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (22)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 9 January 1835; Next 12 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (6)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 9 January 1835; Next 12 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (14)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 9 January 1835; Next 12 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

12 January 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1835
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (23)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 10 January 1835; Next 13 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (7)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 10 January 1835; Next 13 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (15)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 10 January 1835; Next 13 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

Title: General Commentary


13 January 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1835
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (24)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 12 January 1835; Next 14 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (8)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 12 January 1835; Next 14 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (16)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 12 January 1835; Next 14 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

14 January 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1835
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (25)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 13 January 1835; Next 15 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (9)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 13 January 1835; Next 15 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (17)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 13 January 1835; Next 15 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

15 January 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1835
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (26)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 14 January 1835; Next 16 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (10)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 14 January 1835; Next 16 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (18)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 14 January 1835; Next 16 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

16 January 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1835
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (27)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 15 January 1835; Next 17 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (11)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 15 January 1835; Next 17 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (19)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 15 January 1835; Next 17 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

17 January 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1835
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (28)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 16 January 1835; Next 19 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (12)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 16 January 1835; Next 19 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (20)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 16 January 1835; Next 19 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

19 January 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (29)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 17 January 1835; Next 20 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (13)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 17 January 1835; Next 20 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (21)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 17 January 1835; Next 20 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

20 January 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (30)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 19 January 1835; Next 21 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (14)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 19 January 1835; Next 21 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (22)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 19 January 1835; Next 21 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

21 January 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (31)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 20 January 1835; Next 22 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (15)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 20 January 1835; Next 22 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (23)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 20 January 1835; Next 22 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

22 January 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (32)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 21 January 1835; Next 23 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (16)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 21 January 1835; Next 23 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (24)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 21 January 1835; Next 23 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

23 January 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (33)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 22 January 1835; Next 24 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (17)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 22 January 1835; Next 24 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (25)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 22 January 1835; Next 24 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

24 January 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (34)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 23 January 1835; Next 26 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  The New Actress (18)

Performances:  First 5 January 1835; Previous 23 January 1835

Cast:

Mr. Potter: W. Bennett
Alfred: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Brisk: [Frederick H.] Yates
Mr. Trotter: Bayne
Sparks: S[tephen] Smith
Jack Stiles: Sanders
Edward: [H. B.] Roberts
Blowhorn: Green
Widow Pattle: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Potter: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (26)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 23 January 1835; Next 26 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

26 January 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (35)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 24 January 1835; Next 27 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

Title: General Commentary

2)  Was I to Blame? (1)

Author: [George H. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 26 January 1835; Next 27 January 1835

Genre:  (Comedy) comic burletta

First Night Cast:

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

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (19)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 23 December 1834; Next 27 January 1835

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

4)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (27)

Title Comment:  This is a "compressed" version with many cast omissions

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 24 January 1835; Next 27 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

Title: General Commentary


27 January 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (36)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 26 January 1835; Next 28 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  Was I to Blame? (2)

Performances:  First 26 January 1835; Previous 26 January 1835; Next 28 January 1835

Cast:

Melville: [Frederick H.] Yates
Lord Charles Everard: [Henry?] Hemming
Matthew Multiply: Bayne
Julia: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (20)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 26 January 1835; Next 28 January 1835

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

4)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (28)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 26 January 1835; Next 28 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

28 January 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (37)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 27 January 1835; Next 29 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  Was I to Blame? (3)

Performances:  First 26 January 1835; Previous 27 January 1835; Next 29 January 1835

Cast:

Melville: [Frederick H.] Yates
Lord Charles Everard: [Henry?] Hemming
Matthew Multiply: Bayne
Julia: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (21)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 27 January 1835; Next 29 January 1835

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

4)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (29)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 27 January 1835; Next 29 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

29 January 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (38)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 28 January 1835; Next 31 January 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  Was I to Blame? (4)

Performances:  First 26 January 1835; Previous 28 January 1835; Next 31 January 1835

Cast:

Melville: [Frederick H.] Yates
Lord Charles Everard: [Henry?] Hemming
Matthew Multiply: Bayne
Julia: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (22)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 28 January 1835; Next 31 January 1835

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

4)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (30)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 28 January 1835; Next 31 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

30 January 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Martyr's Day: Yates' Views, Tableaux, Thompson's Poses Plastiques


31 January 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (39)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 29 January 1835; Next 2 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  Was I to Blame? (5)

Performances:  First 26 January 1835; Previous 29 January 1835

Cast:

Melville: [Frederick H.] Yates
Lord Charles Everard: [Henry?] Hemming
Matthew Multiply: Bayne
Julia: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (23)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 29 January 1835; Next 2 March 1835

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

4)  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (31)

Performances:  First 26 December 1834; Previous 29 January 1835

Cast:

Bellwave: Miss Labatt
Starbell, Bluebell, Starlight, Mossrose, Moonbeam, Silverbell, Coralshell, Pearlshell, Greenweed:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones[-1]
      Mrs. Gibson
      Miss Jones[-2]
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
St. Clement, afterwards Pantaloon: Brown
St. Martin, afterwards Clown: Sanders
Old Bailey, afterwards Clown: King
Shoreditch: Fry
Stepney: Willing
Bow: S[tephen] Smith
St. Ann: Green
St. Giles: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Bellina: Miss Lane
Goldbell: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
parish beadles, bells:
      Bush
      Price
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Kelly
      Taylor
      Brown
      Jones
      Robinson
      Jackson
      Johnson
      Rogers
      Overbury
      Kemp
      Knight
Harlequin: Gibson
Pantaloon: Brown
clowns:
      King
      Sanders
Columbines:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
old man: "Neverdie"
black footman: "Allblack"
beadles:
      "Stuffwell"
      "Goldlace"
      "Pushabout"
      "Wellfed"
cobbler: "Boreall"
Lady Spitfire: "Miss Neverout"
orange woman: "Mrs. Allpips"
tailor: "Misfit"
Mons. Drawwell: "Noteach"
poulterer: "Giblets"
sportsman: "Shootoff"
Grand Turk: "Swagger"
artists:
      "Daub"
      "Cantlearn"
Miss Takein: "Miss Everup"
postman: "Loudrap"
butcher: "Calveshead"
footman: "Walkbehind"
farmer: "Loseall"
Devil: "Graball"
Miss Wishletter: "Miss Alltrue"
barbers:
      "Fo-Fum"
      "Long-Tong"
      "Ching-Chang"
mandarin: "Bearall"
Chinese:
      "Baldhead"
      "Wishair"
sailors:
      "Pitch"
      "Tar"
exciseman: "Lookafter"
tallow merchants:
      "Kitchenstuff"
      "Stalefat"
      "Longcotton"
best moulds:
      "Master Verylike"
      "Master Newfat"
      "Master Safeguard"
cockney: "Angler"
Graball: "Clawfist"
customer: "Buycheap"
fortune teller: "Miss Fudge"
secret maid: "Miss Dawdle"
Miss Finnick: "Miss Takechild"
fishwoman: "Mrs. Billingsgate O'Hungerford"
General Turncoat: "Fullpay"
dandy: "Swell"
lover: "Toofond"
connoiseur: "Pryall"
shopwomen:
      "Mme. Enticeall"
      "Mme. Sellall"
      "Mme. Forall"
old maid: "Miss Nohusband"
Miss Nevertrue: "Miss Flirt"
Miss Giveout: "Miss Neverend"
tinker: "Neversound"
policemen:
      "Bluedevil"
      "Staffall"
sweeps:
      "Nosey"
      "Suffermuch"
watchmaker: "Takein"
Allwet: "Neverdry"
walker's painted cloth: "Neversoak'd"
pillman: "Wellscour"
oilman: "Whale"
umbrella man: "Lucky"

2 February 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Dalrymple]; Composer: George H. Rodwell; Composer: [Adolphe] Schepens; Choreographer: Signor Venafra

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Next 3 February 1835

Genre:  (Spectacle) entirely new Chinese romantic operatic and magical ballet burletta spectacle; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Nourjehan (a Chinese noble, enamoured of Celestia, a spirit of the moon): [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang (his attached follower): John Reeve
Kiang Hong (a courtier and officer of the emperor's guard): [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius (an astro-magician): O. Smith
Tong Kiang (the widow of a mandarin): Mrs. Daly
Parizade (niece and heiress to Tong Kiang): Miss Pitt
(Lunarians, or inhabitants of the moon)
      Hyperion (Emperor of the Moon): S[tephen] Smith
      Endymion (Prince of the Silver Valleys, his son): Miss Daly
      Robigus (a social moon-calf): [R.] N[elson] Lee
      mooncalves (disguised as Chinese slaves attending on Twang Kiang):
            Brown
            King
            Gibson
      lunary grandees:
            Price
            Walsh
            Willing
            Green
            Morris
            Fry
      magi, or priests of the moon:
            James
            Johnson
            [William] Searle
            Bush
            Robinson
            Merton
            Watson
            Keene
      Celestia (a nymph enamored of Nourjehan): Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Cynthia (a lunar spirit): Miss Land (1st app here)
      nymphs of the moon:
            Miss Lane
            Miss [Leone] Griffiths
            Miss Gibson
            Miss Benford
            Miss Labatt
            Miss Cross
            Miss F. Cross
            Miss Jackson
            Miss A. Jackson
            Miss Astley
            Miss [Millie?] Barnett
            Mrs. Walsh
            Miss Elder
            Miss F. Elder
            Mrs. Woodyer

Cast Commentary

Artistic Supervision

Spectacle

Scenery Description

2)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (40)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 31 January 1835; Next 3 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Miss Cross
Nydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Mrs. Emden
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

Cast Changes:

BUT  Daphne: Mrs. Emden (replaces Miss Cross)
  Ione: Miss Cross (replaces Mrs. [Laura] Honey)
  Nydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey (replaces Mrs. [Robert] Keeley)

3)  The Christening (34)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 3 January 1835; Next 3 February 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Miss Pitt
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Morris
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Miss Pitt (replaces Mrs. [Robert] Keeley)
  William: Morris (replaces Sanders)

3 February 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (2)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 2 February 1835; Next 4 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Miss Land
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (41)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 2 February 1835; Next 4 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Miss Cross
Nydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Mrs. Emden
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

3)  The Christening (35)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 2 February 1835; Next 4 February 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Miss Pitt
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Morris
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

4 February 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (3)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 3 February 1835; Next 5 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Miss Land
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (42)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 3 February 1835; Next 5 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Miss Cross
Nydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Mrs. Emden
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

3)  The Christening (36)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 3 February 1835; Next 5 February 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Miss Pitt
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Morris
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

5 February 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (4)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 4 February 1835; Next 6 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Miss Land
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (43)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 4 February 1835; Next 6 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Miss Cross
Nydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Mrs. Emden
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

3)  The Christening (37)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 4 February 1835; Next 6 February 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Miss Pitt
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Morris
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

6 February 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (5)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 5 February 1835; Next 7 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Miss Land
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (44)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 5 February 1835; Next 7 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Miss Cross
Nydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Mrs. Emden
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

3)  The Christening (38)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 5 February 1835; Next 7 February 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Miss Pitt
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Morris
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

7 February 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (6)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 6 February 1835; Next 9 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Miss Land
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (45)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 6 February 1835; Next 9 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Miss Cross
Nydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Mrs. Emden
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

3)  The Christening (39)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 6 February 1835; Next 14 February 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Miss Pitt
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Morris
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

9 February 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (7)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 7 February 1835; Next 10 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Miss Land
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Thomas H. Bayly]

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Next 10 February 1835

Genre:  (Farce) new burletta; 1 act

First Night Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (46)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 7 February 1835; Next 10 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Miss Cross
Nydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Mrs. Emden
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

10 February 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (8)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 9 February 1835; Next 11 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Miss Land
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (2)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 9 February 1835; Next 11 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (47)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 9 February 1835; Next 11 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Miss Cross
Nydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Mrs. Emden
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

11 February 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (9)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 10 February 1835; Next 12 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Miss Land
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (3)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 10 February 1835; Next 12 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (48)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 10 February 1835; Next 12 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Miss Cross
Nydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Mrs. Emden
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

12 February 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (10)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 11 February 1835; Next 13 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Miss Land
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (4)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 11 February 1835; Next 13 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (49)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 11 February 1835; Next 13 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Miss Cross
Nydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Mrs. Emden
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

13 February 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (11)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 12 February 1835; Next 14 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Miss Land
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (5)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 12 February 1835; Next 16 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (50)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 12 February 1835; Next 14 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Miss Cross
Nydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Mrs. Emden
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

14 February 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (12)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 13 February 1835; Next 16 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [H. B.] Roberts
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: Morris
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Miss Land
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

Cast Changes:

BUT  Kiang Hong: Morris (replaces [H. B.] Roberts)
  Nourjehan: [H. B.] Roberts (replaces [Henry?] Hemming)

2)  The Christening (40)

Title Comment:  "By express desire" (bill)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 7 February 1835; Next 16 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Miss Pitt
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Morris
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Leone] Griffiths

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (51)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 13 February 1835; Next 16 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: Gallot
Glaucus: [H. B.] Roberts
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Miss Cross
Nydia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Mrs. Emden
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

Cast Changes:

BUT  Arbaces: Gallot (replaces [Frederick H.] Yates)
  Glaucus: [H. B.] Roberts (replaces [Henry?] Hemming)
  Lydon: [R.] N[elson] Lee (replaces [H. B.] Roberts)

16 February 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (13)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 14 February 1835; Next 17 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

Cast Changes:

BUT  Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley (replaces Miss Land)
  Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts (replaces Morris)
  Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming (replaces [H. B.] Roberts)

Cast Commentary

2)  How Do You Manage? (6)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 13 February 1835; Next 17 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (52)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 14 February 1835; Next 17 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

Cast Changes:

BUT  Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates (replaces Gallot)
  Daphne: Miss Cross (replaces Mrs. Emden)
  Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming (replaces [H. B.] Roberts)
  Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey (replaces Miss Cross)
  Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts (replaces [R.] N[elson] Lee)
  Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley (replaces Mrs. [Laura] Honey)

17 February 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (14)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 16 February 1835; Next 18 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (7)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 16 February 1835; Next 18 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (53)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 16 February 1835; Next 18 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

18 February 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (15)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 17 February 1835; Next 19 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (8)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 17 February 1835; Next 19 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (54)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 17 February 1835; Next 19 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

19 February 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (16)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 18 February 1835; Next 20 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (9)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 18 February 1835; Next 20 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (55)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 18 February 1835; Next 20 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

20 February 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (17)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 19 February 1835; Next 21 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (10)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 19 February 1835; Next 21 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (56)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 19 February 1835; Next 21 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

21 February 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (18)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 20 February 1835; Next 23 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (11)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 20 February 1835; Next 23 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (57)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 20 February 1835; Next 23 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: [Frederick H.] Yates
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

23 February 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (19)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 21 February 1835; Next 24 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (12)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 21 February 1835; Next 24 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (58)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 21 February 1835; Next 24 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: Gallot
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

Cast Changes:

BUT  Arbaces: Gallot (replaces [Frederick H.] Yates)

24 February 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (20)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 23 February 1835; Next 25 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (13)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 23 February 1835; Next 25 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (59)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 23 February 1835; Next 25 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: Gallot
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

25 February 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (21)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 24 February 1835; Next 26 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (14)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 24 February 1835; Next 26 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (60)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 24 February 1835; Next 26 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: Gallot
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

26 February 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (22)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 25 February 1835; Next 27 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (15)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 25 February 1835; Next 27 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (61)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 25 February 1835; Next 27 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: Gallot
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

27 February 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (23)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 26 February 1835; Next 28 February 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (16)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 26 February 1835; Next 28 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (62)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 26 February 1835; Next 28 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: Gallot
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

28 February 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (24)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 27 February 1835; Next 2 March 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

2)  How Do You Manage? (17)

Performances:  First 9 February 1835; Previous 27 February 1835

Cast:

characters:
      [Frederick H.] Yates
      [John B.] Buckstone
      Mrs. [Laura] Honey
      Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
 

3)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (63)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 27 February 1835; Next 9 April 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: Gallot
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2 March 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; "1st act based on L'auberge des Adrets, the second and third based on Robert Macaire" (bill)

Author: [Charles Selby]; Composer: George H. Rodwell

Author Commentary:  MS gloss on bill "C. Selby"

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Next 3 March 1835

Genre:  (Melodrama) entirely new serio-comic and melodramatic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg (General of the Grand Army): John Reeve
Robert Macaire (the gentleman at large): [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby (his companion and toady): [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon (mine host of The Mill): [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track (sergeant of police): S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy (a coalman): Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia (widow of a peer of France): Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

Cast Commentary

Artistic Supervision

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery Description

2)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (25)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 28 February 1835; Next 3 March 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

Title: General Commentary

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (24)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 31 January 1835; Next 3 March 1835

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3 March 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (2)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 2 March 1835; Next 5 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

2)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (26)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 2 March 1835; Next 5 March 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (25)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 2 March 1835; Next 5 March 1835

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

4 March 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Ash Wednesday


5 March 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (3)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 3 March 1835; Next 6 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

2)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (27)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 3 March 1835; Next 6 March 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (26)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 3 March 1835; Next 6 March 1835

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

6 March 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Yates' Imitations, Tableaux, and Songs

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (4)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 5 March 1835; Next 7 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

2)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (28)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 5 March 1835; Next 7 March 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (27)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 5 March 1835; Next 7 March 1835

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

7 March 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (5)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 6 March 1835; Next 9 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

2)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (29)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 6 March 1835; Next 9 March 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (28)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 6 March 1835; Next 7 April 1835

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

9 March 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (6)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 7 March 1835; Next 10 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

2)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (30)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 7 March 1835; Next 10 March 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

3)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (16)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 27 December 1834; Next 10 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Keene
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

10 March 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (7)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 9 March 1835; Next 12 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

2)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (31)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 9 March 1835; Next 12 March 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

3)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (17)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 9 March 1835; Next 12 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Keene
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

11 March 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Yates' Imitations, Tableaux, and Songs


12 March 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (8)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 10 March 1835; Next 14 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

2)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (32)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 10 March 1835; Next 14 March 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

3)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (18)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 10 March 1835; Next 14 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Keene
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

13 March 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Yates' Imitations, Tableaux, and Songs


14 March 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (9)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 12 March 1835; Next 16 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

2)  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (33)

Performances:  First 2 February 1835; Previous 12 March 1835

Cast:

Nourjehan: [Henry?] Hemming
Twang Kiang: John Reeve
Kiang Hong: [H. B.] Roberts
Uranius: O. Smith
Tong Kiang: Mrs. Daly
Parizade: Miss Pitt
Hyperion: S[tephen] Smith
Endymion: Miss Daly
Robigus: [R.] N[elson] Lee
mooncalves:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
lunary grandees:
      Price
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Fry
magi, or priests of the moon:
      James
      Johnson
      [William] Searle
      Bush
      Robinson
      Merton
      Watson
      Keene
Celestia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cynthia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
nymphs of the moon:
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Gibson
      Miss Benford
      Miss Labatt
      Miss Cross
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Astley
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Mrs. Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss F. Elder
      Mrs. Woodyer

3)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (19)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 12 March 1835; Next 23 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Keene
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

16 March 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (10)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 14 March 1835; Next 17 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Christening (41)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 14 February 1835; Next 17 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss Jackson

Cast Changes:

BUT  Martha: Miss Jackson (replaces Miss [Leone] Griffiths)
  Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley (replaces Miss Pitt)
  William: Sanders (replaces Morris)

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

Author: [William T. Moncrieff]

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Next 17 March 1835

Genre:  (Operatic extravaganza) operatic extravaganza

First Night Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Frederick H.] Yates
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

Spectacle

Spectacle Commentary

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary


17 March 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (11)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 16 March 1835; Next 19 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

2)  The Christening (42)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 16 March 1835; Next 19 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss Jackson

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 16 March 1835; Next 19 March 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Frederick H.] Yates
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

18 March 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Yates' Imitations, Tableaux, and Songs


19 March 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (12)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 17 March 1835; Next 21 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

2)  The Christening (43)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 17 March 1835; Next 21 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss Jackson

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 17 March 1835; Next 21 March 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Frederick H.] Yates
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

20 March 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Yates' Imitations, Tableaux, and Songs


21 March 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (13)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 19 March 1835; Next 23 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

2)  The Christening (44)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 19 March 1835; Next 30 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss Jackson

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 19 March 1835; Next 23 March 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Frederick H.] Yates
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

23 March 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (14)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 21 March 1835; Next 24 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 21 March 1835; Next 24 March 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Frederick H.] Yates
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

3)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (20)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 14 March 1835; Next 24 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Keene
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

24 March 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (15)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 23 March 1835; Next 26 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 23 March 1835; Next 26 March 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Frederick H.] Yates
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

3)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (21)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 23 March 1835; Next 26 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Keene
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

25 March 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Yates' Imitations, Tableaux, and Songs

1)  Romeo e Giulietta (1)

Author: Signor Venafra; Composer: William H. Callcott

Performances:  First 25 March 1835; Next 27 April 1835

Genre:  (Musical entertainment) grande scena

First Night Cast:

Romeo: Miss Daly
Juliet: Miss Pitt
 

Scenery


26 March 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (16)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 24 March 1835; Next 28 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 24 March 1835; Next 28 March 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Frederick H.] Yates
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

3)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (22)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 24 March 1835; Next 28 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Keene
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

27 March 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Yates' Imitations, Tableaux, and Songs

1)  Romeo e Giulietta (2)

Author: Signor Venafra; Composer: William H. Callcott

Performances:  First 25 March 1835; Previous 25 March 1835; Next 1 April 1835

Genre:  (Musical entertainment) grande scena

Cast:

Romeo: Miss Daly
Juliet: Miss Pitt
 

Scenery


28 March 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (17)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 26 March 1835; Next 30 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 26 March 1835; Next 30 March 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Frederick H.] Yates
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

3)  The First Night; or, My Own Ghost (23)

Performances:  First 27 November 1834; Previous 26 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Peter Pearlbutton: John Reeve
Thimble: Keene
Die: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Clipper: S[tephen] Smith
Rowley Ben: Green
Gauge: Fry
officer: Morris
Mrs. Pearlbutton: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Cribber: Miss Daly
Betty: Miss Cross

30 March 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
30 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (18)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 28 March 1835; Next 31 March 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 28 March 1835; Next 31 March 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Frederick H.] Yates
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

3)  The Christening (45)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 21 March 1835; Next 31 March 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss Jackson

31 March 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (19)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 30 March 1835; Next 2 April 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 30 March 1835; Next 2 April 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Frederick H.] Yates
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

3)  The Christening (46)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 30 March 1835; Next 2 April 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss Jackson

1 April 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Yates' Imitations, Tableaux, and Songs

1)  Romeo e Giulietta (3)

Author: Signor Venafra; Composer: William H. Callcott

Performances:  First 25 March 1835; Previous 27 March 1835; Next 3 April 1835

Genre:  (Musical entertainment) grande scena

Cast:

Romeo: Miss Daly
Juliet: Miss Pitt
 

Scenery


2 April 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (20)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 31 March 1835; Next 4 April 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 31 March 1835; Next 4 April 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Frederick H.] Yates
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

3)  The Christening (47)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 31 March 1835; Next 4 April 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss Jackson

3 April 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Yates' Imitations, Tableaux, and Songs

1)  Romeo e Giulietta (4)

Author: Signor Venafra; Composer: William H. Callcott

Performances:  First 25 March 1835; Previous 1 April 1835

Genre:  (Musical entertainment) grande scena

Cast:

Romeo: Miss Daly
Juliet: Miss Pitt
 

Scenery


4 April 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 March 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (21)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 2 April 1835; Next 6 April 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: [Frederick H.] Yates
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 2 April 1835; Next 6 April 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Frederick H.] Yates
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

3)  The Christening (48)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 2 April 1835; Next 6 April 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss Jackson

6 April 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 April 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (22)

Performances:  First 2 March 1835; Previous 4 April 1835

Cast:

Baron von Wobbleburg: John Reeve
Robert Macaire: Gallot
Gribby: [John B.] Buckstone
Bonichon: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mr. Dumont: Bayne
Track: S[tephen] Smith
1st gendarme: Sanders
Remy: Green
manager of a strolling company of comedians: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Francois: Gibson
Scamp: Morris
bride, bridegroom, servants: [Unlisted]
robbers:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Fry
robbers' wives:
      Miss Jackson
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Julia: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nanette: Miss Daly
Mrs. Trapall: Miss F. Cross
Nelly: Miss Labatt

Cast Changes:

BUT  Robert Macaire: Gallot (replaces [Frederick H.] Yates)

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 4 April 1835; Next 7 April 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Henry?] Hemming
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

Cast Changes:

BUT  Corinthian Tom: [Henry?] Hemming (replaces [Frederick H.] Yates)

3)  The Christening (49)

Performances:  First 13 October 1834; Previous 4 April 1835

Cast:

Mr. Hopkins Twiddy: [John B.] Buckstone
Grum: [James P.] Wilkinson
Mrs. Dolby Lovechild: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Wharton: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Pilberry: [William] Searle
William: Sanders
Mrs. Carney: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pilberry: Miss Cross
Mrs. Motherton: Mrs. Gallot
Miss Gentle: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss Jackson

7 April 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 April 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: John Reeve

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

Author: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances:  First 7 April 1835; Next 11 April 1835

Genre:  (Melodrama) celebrated domestic burletta

First Night Cast:

Miles Bertram (Squire of Moatley): Gallot
Walter Barnard (a young farmer): [Henry?] Hemming
Captain Grampus (a smuggler): O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog (parish constable): John Reeve
Jemmy Starling (a farmer's boy): [John B.] Buckstone
Blackadder (a pirate): S[tephen] Smith
pirates:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Gifford
      Price
Alice: Miss Daly
Bella: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley (1st time)
Dame Barnard: Mrs. Daly
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Mrs. Starling: Miss Labatt

Song

Song Commentary

2)  Cupid (1)

Author: [John G. Millingen]

Performances:  First 7 April 1835; Next 11 April 1835

Genre:  (Burlesque) laughable burlesque burletta

First Night Cast:

Cupid: John Reeve
Mr. Vulcan Smith: O. Smith
Psyche: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
 

3)  The Unfinished Gentleman (29)

Performances:  First 2 December 1834; Previous 7 March 1835

Cast:

Lord Totterly: W. Bennett
Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer: [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers: [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey: John Reeve
James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone
Nibble: Sanders
Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Cross
Mary Chintz: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 6 April 1835; Next 9 April 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Henry?] Hemming
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

8 April 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 April 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Musical Entertainment: Williams, Reeve, Mrs. Keeley, etc.

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Reminiscences (1)

Author: William H. Williams

Performances:  First 8 April 1835; Next 10 April 1835

Genre:  (Entertainment) celebrated entertainment; 2 parts

First Night Cast:

Performer: William H. Williams

Song

General, Entertainment


9 April 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 April 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: Mrs. Yates

1)  The Last Days of Pompeii; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (64)

Performances:  First 15 December 1834; Previous 28 February 1835

Cast:

Arbaces: Gallot
Glaucus: [Henry?] Hemming
Apaecides: Miss Pitt
Calenus: W. Bennett
Niger: S[tephen] Smith
Tetraides: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Sporus: Sanders
Nobilior: T. Thompson
Eumolpus: King
Davus: Gibson
Burbo: [James P.] Wilkinson
chief officer of the arena: [William] Searle
Sallust: [John B.] Buckstone
Diomed: Green
Lepidus: Price
Pansa: Morris
Lydon: [H. B.] Roberts
Medon: Bayne
Stratonice: John Reeve
centurion: Jones
plebeians, citizens, guards:
      Fry
      Bush
      Willing
slaves of Arbaces:
      Keene
      Kelly
Ione: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Nydia: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
witch of Vesuvius: O. Smith
Julia: Miss Daly
Daphne: Miss Cross
Fulvia: Mrs. Gallot
Vespia: Mrs. Daly
dancing slaves:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Rose
      Miss Jones
      Mrs. Gibson
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss F. Cross
      Miss Labatt
      Mrs. Woodyer
      Miss E. Jackson
      Miss Elder
slaves of arbaces: Taylor

2)  Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (1)

Author: [Charles Mathews]

Performances:  First 9 April 1835

Genre:  (Farce) burletta

First Night Cast:

Alfred de Wilback: [Henry?] Hemming
Donderdunk: [H. B.] Roberts
Christian: [R.] N[elson] Lee
Grosman: W. Bennett
Count Albert (a stranger): O. Smith
servant: [James] Paulo
Mina: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Alice: Miss Daly

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 7 April 1835; Next 11 April 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Henry?] Hemming
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

Title: General Commentary


10 April 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 April 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Musical Entertainment: Williams, Reeve, Mrs. Keeley, etc.

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Reminiscences (2)

Author: William H. Williams

Performances:  First 8 April 1835; Previous 8 April 1835

Genre:  (Entertainment) celebrated entertainment; 2 parts

Cast:

Performer: William H. Williams

Song

General, Entertainment


11 April 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 April 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 7 April 1835; Previous 7 April 1835

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Gallot
Walter Barnard: [Henry?] Hemming
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog: John Reeve
Jemmy Starling: [John B.] Buckstone
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
pirates:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Green
      Morris
      Gifford
      Price
Alice: Miss Daly
Bella: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Dame Barnard: Mrs. Daly
Lucy: Mrs. Emden
Mrs. Starling: Miss Labatt

2)  Cupid (2)

Performances:  First 7 April 1835; Previous 7 April 1835

Cast:

Cupid: John Reeve
Mr. Vulcan Smith: O. Smith
Psyche: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Corporal Marsden: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Slykey: Sanders
Mrs. Vulcan Smith: Miss Daly

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Corporal Marsden: S[tephen] Smith
  Mr. Slykey: Sanders
  Mrs. Vulcan Smith: Miss Daly

Dance

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

Performances:  First 16 March 1835; Previous 9 April 1835

Cast:

Corinthian Tom: [Henry?] Hemming
Jerry Hawthorn: John Reeve
Logic: [James P.] Wilkinson
Jemmy Green: [John B.] Buckstone
Dusty Bob: [William H.] Walbourn
Billy Waters: [James] Paulo
African Sal: Sanders
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Hon. Dick Trifle: [H. B.] Roberts
Squire Hawthorn: Bayne
Primefit: King
Gull'em: Morris
Cope: Price
Regular: Gibson
Tattersal: [R.] N[elson] Lee
M'Lush: Green
turnkey: Fry
Baron Nab'em: Walsh
debtor: Keene
Tartar: Bush
gas light man: C. Price
drunken buck: James
Little Jemmy: Master Kelly
Jenkins: Stevens
beggars, masqueraders, horse dealers, watchmen:
      Willing
      Green
      Graham
      Taylor
      Johnson
      Robinson
Corinthian Kate, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sir Jeremy Brag, otherwise Nan the match girl: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Sue, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Captain Swaggery, otherwise Poll the ballad singer: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Jane, otherwise the Hon. Miss Trifle, otherwise Sal the pretty beggar: Miss Daly
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Daly

General, Advertisement

Seasonal Summary

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Doors open 6:00, curtain 6:45, half price 8:30.

Ticket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

29 Sep 1834 - 11 Apr 1835; 163 performances: 163 evening

Benefit (2):John Reeve (7 Apr 1835)
Mrs. Yates (9 Apr 1835)
Dark (5):Ash Wednesday (4 Mar 1835)
Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1834)
Christmas (25 Dec 1834)
Death of Duke of Gloucester (1 Dec 1834)
Funeral of Duke of Gloucester (11 Dec 1834)
Lent (9):Yates' Imitations, Tableaux, and Songs (6 Mar 1835, 11 Mar 1835, 13 Mar 1835, 18 Mar 1835, 20 Mar 1835, 25 Mar 1835, 27 Mar 1835, 1 Apr 1835, 3 Apr 1835)
Martyr's Day (1):Yates' Views, Tableaux, Thompson's Poses Plastiques (30 Jan 1835)
Musical Entertainment (2):Williams, Reeve, Mrs. Keeley, etc. (8 Apr 1835, 10 Apr 1835)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Mathews, Charles
Yates, Frederick H.
Stage directors:Byrne, Oscar
Yates, Frederick H.
Directors of music:Rodwell, George H.
Box bookkeepers:Campbell
Property masters and mistresses:Foster, G.
Scenery:Pitt, Thomas H.
Tomkins, Charles
Scene painters:Pitt, Thomas H.
Tomkins, Charles
Comic business arrangers:Foster, G.
Stage mechanics:Evans, J.
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Godbee
Rayner, Miss E.
Printers:Thomas Jullion (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

Bayly, Thomas H. How Do You Manage? (9 Feb 1835)
Blewitt, Jonathan Grace Huntley (3 Nov 1834)
Buckstone, John B. Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (10 Nov 1834)
Christening, The (13 Oct 1834)
Kitchen Sylph, The (6 Oct 1834)
Last Days of Pompeii, The; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (15 Dec 1834)
Wreck Ashore, The; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (7 Apr 1835)
Byrne, Oscar Esmeralda; or, The Deformed of Notre Dame (17 Nov 1834)
Callcott, William H. Chain of Gold, The; or, A Daughter's Devotion (29 Sep 1834)
Romeo e Giulietta (25 Mar 1835)
Dalrymple Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (2 Feb 1835)
Fitzball, Edward Black Hand, The; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (29 Sep 1834)
Esmeralda; or, The Deformed of Notre Dame (17 Nov 1834)
Holl, Henry Grace Huntley (3 Nov 1834)
Lee, R. Nelson Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (26 Dec 1834)
Maddison, George W. Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (16 Mar 1835)
Mathews, Charles Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (9 Apr 1835)
Millingen, John G. Cupid (7 Apr 1835)
Moncrieff, William T. Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (16 Mar 1835)
Parry, Thomas First Night, The; or, My Own Ghost (27 Nov 1834)
Peake, Richard B. Chain of Gold, The; or, A Daughter's Devotion (29 Sep 1834)
Pocock, Isaac Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (20 Oct 1834)
Rodwell, George H. Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart (10 Nov 1834)
Black Hand, The; or, The Dervise and the Peri! (29 Sep 1834)
Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (2 Feb 1835)
Freaks and Follies; or, A Match for the Old One (29 Sep 1834)
Grace Huntley (3 Nov 1834)
Last Days of Pompeii, The; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (15 Dec 1834)
Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements (26 Dec 1834)
Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (2 Mar 1835)
Was I to Blame? (26 Jan 1835)
Wreck Ashore, The; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (7 Apr 1835)
Schepens, Adolphe Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (2 Feb 1835)
Selby, Charles Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (2 Mar 1835)
Unfinished Gentleman, The (2 Dec 1834)
Unknown New Actress, The (5 Jan 1835)
Venafra, Signor Celestia; or, The World in the Moon (2 Feb 1835)
Last Days of Pompeii, The; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago (15 Dec 1834)
Romeo e Giulietta (25 Mar 1835)
Williams, William H. Reminiscences (8 Apr 1835)

Song Composers/Pieces

Badnall, R. Soft Blew the Breeze of the Morning (7 Apr 1835)
Nathan, Isaac Soft Blew the Breeze of the Morning (7 Apr 1835)
Unlisted Ah! No, 'Twas No Enchanting Dream (6 Oct 1834)
Away with all Water Wherever I Come (6 Oct 1834)
Drops of Brandy (6 Oct 1834)
Oh Bring the Brandy (to Der Freishutz: Bridesmaids' Chorus ) (6 Oct 1834)
Run, Run, Run (to Giovanni on Horseback ) (6 Oct 1834)
Sing Away, Sing Away (8 Apr 1835)
There's a Drop in Her Gimlet Eye (to There's a Light in Her Laughing Eye ) (6 Oct 1834)
We're All of Us Out on a Spree (6 Oct 1834)

Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Bohemian dance in costume (17 Nov 1834)
Brigand rifle dance (2 Mar 1835)
Dance of Dark Domestics (6 Oct 1834)
Danse des vanities with an allemande des diables (29 Sep 1834)
General reel (6 Oct 1834)
Grand ballet travesty (11 Apr 1835)
Provencal, Le (29 Sep 1834)

Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted Aerial descent and magical disappearance of the sylph (6 Oct 1834)
Blue ethereal illusion (29 Sep 1834)
Burning of the church (17 Nov 1834)
Burning of the wood (2 Mar 1835)
Celestial and infernal combat, lurid atmospheric illusion (29 Sep 1834)
Fire globe (29 Sep 1834)
From authorities in Sir William Gell's Pompeii (15 Dec 1834)
Grand Bohemian procession and entre (17 Nov 1834)
Grand Masquerade (16 Mar 1835)
Grand procession of parish beadles, bells (26 Dec 1834)
Inferno (29 Sep 1834)
Midnight attack of the enraged populace (17 Nov 1834)
Old St. Dunstan's bells (26 Dec 1834)
prince of terrors, The (29 Sep 1834)
Splendid aerial triumph assemblage of the constellations (2 Feb 1835)
Splendid illumination and fireworks (16 Mar 1835)
Wedding of Gringoire (17 Nov 1834)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Unattributed Almack's Rooms (16 Mar 1835)
Amphitheatre of Pompeii (15 Dec 1834)
Antique grove consecrated to Cybele by moonlight (15 Dec 1834)
Arena, the (15 Dec 1834)
Astrologer's study (2 Feb 1835)
Back slums in the Holy Land (16 Mar 1835)
Banks of the burning sea, the (29 Sep 1834)
Barber Street, China (26 Dec 1834)
Bower of Celestia, the nymphs' retreat (2 Feb 1835)
Cavern and depot of plunder, the (20 Oct 1834)
Cavern in Vesuvius and abode of the witch (15 Dec 1834)
Chaffing crib in Corinthian House (16 Mar 1835)
Chamber in the house of the magistrate (2 Mar 1835)
Chateau and pavilion of Madame Rosenberg (29 Sep 1834)
Chinese boudoir (2 Feb 1835)
Chinese cemetery (2 Feb 1835)
City and the Exchange, Place de la Bourse, the (20 Oct 1834)
Countess' boudoir (20 Oct 1834)
Courtyard of The Mill (2 Mar 1835)
Distant view of Inspach (20 Oct 1834)
Exterior of Bow Church, Middlesex (26 Dec 1834)
Ferry house (17 Nov 1834)
Flash house in Pompeii, a (15 Dec 1834)
Fleet Street (16 Mar 1835)
Fleur de Lys' apartment (17 Nov 1834)
Forest, a (2 Mar 1835)
Forest and the hotel, the (20 Oct 1834)
Gaming house in St. James' (16 Mar 1835)
Gate of the city (17 Nov 1834)
Glen, the (29 Sep 1834)
Golden gates of the Celestial City (29 Sep 1834)
Gorge in the mountains, the bandits' bivouac, a (20 Oct 1834)
Grand carnival (16 Mar 1835)
Grand lunar hall (2 Feb 1835)
Grand salon in the house of the Chevalier de St. Macaire (2 Mar 1835)
Hall in the chateau (29 Sep 1834)
Haunt of the beggars in Le Cour des Miracles (17 Nov 1834)
House of Glaucus, the Athenian (15 Dec 1834)
House of Ione (15 Dec 1834)
House of Sallust (15 Dec 1834)
House of Sir William Gordon, the (10 Nov 1834)
Inferno (29 Sep 1834)
Interior of a Scotch gentleman's kitchen in Russell Square (6 Oct 1834)
Interior of Logic's chambers in the Albany (16 Mar 1835)
Interior of pavilion (29 Sep 1834)
Interior of Sadak's hermitage (29 Sep 1834)
Interior of Tallowfat's candle manufactory, Dieppe (26 Dec 1834)
Interior of Tattersal's (16 Mar 1835)
Interior of the inn (2 Mar 1835)
Interior of watch-house (16 Mar 1835)
Interior view and rampart of prison (20 Oct 1834)
Jura mountains and waterfall with gates of chateau and wine house, the (29 Sep 1834)
Modern Gothic anti-chamber and collection of arms (10 Nov 1834)
Montalt's dressing room (29 Sep 1834)
Moon mirror (2 Feb 1835)
Moonlight part interior of Notre Dame (17 Nov 1834)
Nine at night interior of Tully's Lounge, Holborn (26 Dec 1834)
Oscan arches beneath the mansion of Arbaces, the (15 Dec 1834)
Paradise of the Perii (29 Sep 1834)
Place of execution, the (17 Nov 1834)
Portico and gardens of Arbaces (15 Dec 1834)
Post-office and inn, near Oxford (26 Dec 1834)
Prison, the villa, the fete, the (20 Oct 1834)
Rendezvous of the thieves (2 Mar 1835)
Sea shore with Vesuvius in the distance, the (15 Dec 1834)
Seven Dials, the (26 Dec 1834)
Shrubbery (29 Sep 1834)
Silver grotto, abode of the Fairy Bellwave (26 Dec 1834)
Silver palace of the bells (26 Dec 1834)
Spacious hall of the magian (15 Dec 1834)
Sportsmen's cabinet at Hawthorn Hall (16 Mar 1835)
Street of the tombs near the city gates (15 Dec 1834)
Sue's residence in Hawthorn village (16 Mar 1835)
Suite of ball rooms (10 Nov 1834)
Tailor's, drawing academy, and poulterer's, Duck Lane (26 Dec 1834)
Temple Bar (16 Mar 1835)
Total eclipse (2 Feb 1835)
Two chambers in the Black Eagle (20 Oct 1834)
Vestibule (29 Sep 1834)
View near Greenwich (26 Dec 1834)
View of Pekin from the pleasure gardens of Nourjehan by moonlight (2 Feb 1835)
Villa residence and conservatory (10 Nov 1834)
Watch-maker's and umbrella shops, Tick Street (26 Dec 1834)
Whistling stop in the Fleet (16 Mar 1835)
Yawning earth, unhallowed snow palace and sacred shrine, the (29 Sep 1834)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

*  Agnes de Vere; or, The Broken Heart

(Drama, 3 acts) by Buckstone, John B. (Author); Rodwell, George H. (Composer) (36 Performances, 10 Nov 1834 - 23 Dec 1834)

Summary Cast:

*  Black Hand, The; or, The Dervise and the Peri!

(Spectacle, 2 acts) by Fitzball, Edward (Author); Rodwell, George H. (Composer) (36 Performances, 29 Sep 1834 - 15 Nov 1834)

Summary Cast:

*  Celestia; or, The World in the Moon

(Spectacle, 3 acts) by Dalrymple (Author); Venafra, Signor (Choreographer); Rodwell, George H. (Composer); Schepens, Adolphe (Composer) (33 Performances, 2 Feb 1835 - 14 Mar 1835)

Summary Cast:

*  Chain of Gold, The; or, A Daughter's Devotion

(Burletta, 3 acts) by Peake, Richard B. (Author); Callcott, William H. (Composer) (18 Performances, 29 Sep 1834 - 18 Oct 1834)

Summary Cast:

*  Christening, The

(Burletta by Buckstone, John B. (Author) (49 Performances, 13 Oct 1834 - 6 Apr 1835)

Summary Cast:

Cupid

(Burlesque by Millingen, John G. (Author) (2 Performances, 7 Apr 1835 - 11 Apr 1835)

Summary Cast:

Esmeralda; or, The Deformed of Notre Dame

(Melodrama by Fitzball, Edward (Author); Byrne, Oscar (Choreographer) (9 Performances, 17 Nov 1834 - 26 Nov 1834)

Summary Cast:

*  First Night, The; or, My Own Ghost

(Comedy, 1 act) by Parry, Thomas (Author) (23 Performances, 27 Nov 1834 - 28 Mar 1835)

Summary Cast:

Freaks and Follies; or, A Match for the Old One

(Burletta by Rodwell, George H. (Author) (6 Performances, 29 Sep 1834 - 4 Oct 1834)

Summary Cast:

Grace Huntley

(Burletta, 2 acts) by Holl, Henry (Author) (6 Performances, 3 Nov 1834 - 8 Nov 1834)

Summary Cast:

*  How Do You Manage?

(Farce, 1 act) by Bayly, Thomas H. (Author) (17 Performances, 9 Feb 1835 - 28 Feb 1835)

Summary Cast:

*  Kitchen Sylph, The

(Burlesque by Buckstone, John B. (Author) (30 Performances, 6 Oct 1834 - 8 Nov 1834)

Summary Cast:

*  Last Days of Pompeii, The; or, Seventeen Hundred Years Ago

(Melodrama by Buckstone, John B. (Author); Venafra, Signor (Choreographer); Rodwell, George H. (Composer) (64 Performances, 15 Dec 1834 - 9 Apr 1835)

Summary Cast:

*  New Actress, The

(Farce, 1 act) by Unknown (Author) (18 Performances, 5 Jan 1835 - 24 Jan 1835)

Summary Cast:

*  Oranges and Lemons; or, Harlequin and the Bells of St. Clements

(Pantomime by Lee, R. Nelson (Author); Rodwell, George H. (Composer) (31 Performances, 26 Dec 1834 - 31 Jan 1835)

Summary Cast:

*  Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime

(Burletta by Pocock, Isaac (Author) (46 Performances, 20 Oct 1834 - 13 Dec 1834)

Summary Cast:

Reminiscences

(Entertainment, 2 parts) by Williams, William H. (Author) (2 Performances, 8 Apr 1835 - 10 Apr 1835)

Summary Cast:

*  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large

(Melodrama, 3 acts) by Selby, Charles (Author); Rodwell, George H. (Composer) (22 Performances, 2 Mar 1835 - 6 Apr 1835)

Summary Cast:

Romeo e Giulietta

(Musical entertainment by Venafra, Signor (Author); Callcott, William H. (Composer) (4 Performances, 25 Mar 1835 - 3 Apr 1835)

Summary Cast:

Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London

(Operatic extravaganza by Moncrieff, William T. (Author) (16 Performances, 16 Mar 1835 - 11 Apr 1835)

Summary Cast:

Truth; or, A Glass Too Much

(Farce by Mathews, Charles (Author) (1 Performances, 9 Apr 1835)

Summary Cast:

*  Unfinished Gentleman, The

(Comedy, 2 acts) by Selby, Charles (Author) (29 Performances, 2 Dec 1834 - 7 Apr 1835)

Summary Cast:

Was I to Blame?

(Comedy by Rodwell, George H. (Author) (5 Performances, 26 Jan 1835 - 31 Jan 1835)

Summary Cast:

Wreck Ashore, The; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea

(Melodrama by Buckstone, John B. (Author) (2 Performances, 7 Apr 1835 - 11 Apr 1835)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Bayne

Bennett, W.

Brown

Buckstone, John B.

Bush

Fry

Gallot

Gibson

Gifford

Graham

Green

Hemming, Henry

Jackson

James

Johnson

Jones