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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 1835-1836

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 Adelphi's 1835-36 season was financially and artistically the least successful season of the decade.  In fact, the Adelphi Company and its management offered more interesting action backstage than it did on stage.  They produced thirty-seven plays during the 157-night season, none of which ran for more than 43 performances, indicating a lukewarm audience and critical response.  Remarks in the Times and the Theatrical Observer, however, hinted that perhaps the lack of artistic achievement could be attributed to management problems and personality conflicts behind the scenes.

The theatre opened its doors on 28 September 1835, under the management of Frederick Yates and Charles J. Mathews, who had inherited his share in the theatre from his father, Charles Mathews.  Yates had little to do with the day-to-day operations of the theatre since he was serving as the acting manager at Drury Lane in the fall of 1835 (Pollock, Macready's Reminiscences, p. 359).  The younger Mathews, who aspired to be an actor, faced several obstacles to financial success in his first experience as a manager.  The company had lost some of its most popular actors, including Yates and his wife, Elizabeth, and comedian John Reeve, who was touring the United States.  Historian Thomas Marshall notes that these "disadvantageous circumstances," along with the reduction of ticket prices at the Covent Garden Theatre and the severe competition that caused, "rendered Mr. Mathews' commencement so great a failure that after considerable loss, he consented to Mr. Yates' letting the theatre for the remainder of the season to Messrs. Ephraim Bond and company...and eventually disposed of his share" (Lives of the Most Celebrated Actors, p. 193).

On Nov. 12, 13, and 14, 1835, there was "no performance in consequence of extensive preparations for Monday, the 16th" when Louisa Cranston Nisbett took over the management (bill, 9 November 1835).  The closing of the Adelphi for any reason other than a religious holiday or National mourning was extremely rare during the 1830s and this move indicates that drastic action needed to be taken to prevent greater financial loss.  Apparently, Mathews and Yates secured the assistance of the infamous Bond brothers, who are variously described as gamblers and moneylenders by contemporary sources.  As proprietors of the Queen's Theatre in Tottenham Street, they employed Mrs. Nisbett as manager.  On 16 November 1835, as promised in the bills of the previous week, she and "Mrs. Honey, Miss Murray, the Miss Mordaunts, Mr. Wrench, Mr. Williams, Mr. Mitchell, and others from the Queen's Theatre, in addition to the present powerful Adelphi Company," reopened the theatre with three new productions, Zarah, The Station House, and The Rival Pages.

Mrs. Nisbett opened the season's most popular play, John Buckstone's The Dream at Sea, on 23 November 1835.  The play received little notice in the press, but apparently won some favor with the public since it ran for forty-three performances.  Thomas's suggestion that the Adelphi felt the pressure of competition from lower ticket prices at other theatres is borne out in an advertisement that appeared on the 23 November bill for A Dream at Sea, which assures the public that "no means shall be left untried to sustain the present unparalleled success" and that "every effort shall be made to place it out of the power of the CHEAP theatres to compete."

Despite this and other noble proclamations by the management, the Adelphi continued to struggle.  It opened play after play with no sustained success.  On 23 December 1835, Mrs. Nisbett played her last performance there and returned to the Queen's, and all the other principal players she had brought with her except Mrs. Honey had left by January 2, 1836.  Mrs. Stirling (also known as Fanny Clifton) made her Adelphi debut on 26 December 1835.  She replaced Mrs. Nisbett and soon became a favorite with audiences and critics alike.

The traditional Christmas pantomime, The Elfin Queen; or The Battle of the Fairies, sustained a respectable run of 43 performances but received the scorn of the Times critic, who remarked on the size of the actresses who played the fairies and declared that "the pantomime...is not so good as that description of entertainment has usually been at this theatre" (28 December 1835).  Late January and early February saw the opening of two other moderately successful plays, George Soane's Luke Somerton and Buckstone's Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes.  Each production brought live horses to the stage, which seem to have both awed and frightened audiences.  (See Times, 19 January 1836 and 4 February 1836.) Neither production became the hit the management desperately needed.

February brought more conflicts to the Adelphi's management.  The 9 February edition of the Theatrical Observer reported that "determination...to shut this Theatre has been abandoned" and that it "arose out of a dispute between [management] and some members of the company which has ended by the dissatisfied parties leaving the theatre."  The writer refers to "strange stories concerning the quarrels, the jealousies, and the heart burnings at this theatre."  The exact source of these conflicts is a mystery.  We may find some clues, however, in the hint that on 4 February Laura Honey "was apparently not very well pleased with her part" (Times) and the fact that she abruptly left the theatre on 13 February.  On 18 February, the Theatrical Observer reported "the cause of Mrs. Honey quitting this theatre is said to be her jealousy of Miss Daly, who is about to become the wife of one of the lessees," Mr. Bond.  Mrs. Honey's departure did not go unnoticed by the Times critic, who noted in his 24 February review of The Balance of Comfort, "the absence of Mrs. Honey is a drawback on the amusements of the evening."

The season came to a close with Lenten entertainments by Edward Elton, Mrs. Fanny Fitzwilliam and Benjamin Webster.  The final productions of the season were revivals of old Adelphi favorites, Victorine and Oscar The Bandit.  Perhaps the highlight of the season for the Adelphi's faithful audience was the announcement on closing night by the stage manager, Mr. Gallott, that in the next season "the theatre will be under the sole management of one who has long and indefatigably laboured for our amusement—that of Mr. Yates, assisted by the oldest and greatest favourites" (Times, 28 March 1836).

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28 September 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 September 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Piece "has been some time in preparation" (bill); subtitle omitted until 19/10/1835

Author: [Charles J. Mathews]; Composer: William H. Callcott

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Next 29 September 1835

Genre:  (Melodrama) entirely new grand romantic melo-dramatic burletta spectacle; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: Blake
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer (1st app this theatre, from Astley's)
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou (landlord of the Salutation Inn): [W.] Attwood (1st app this theatre)
Labrie (page to the Marquis d'Orgelet): Miss M. Shaw (1st app this theatre, from EOH)
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras (blacksmith): S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
Commandant: [R.] Nelson Lee
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh (from Haymarket)
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss [Ellen] Clifford (from TR Exeter, 1st app in London)
Toinette: Miss Ayres (from TR Liverpool, 1st app here)
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

Cast Commentary

Artistic Supervision

Dance

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

2)  The Christening (1)

Author: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Next 29 September 1835

Genre:  (Farce) laughable burletta

First Night Cast:

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

3)  The London Carrier (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; licensed as L.C. ;or, The Poacher's Gun

Author: [John B. Buckstone]; Composer: William H. Callcott

Author Commentary:  "by the author of The Pilot" (bill)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Next 29 September 1835

Genre:  (Burletta) new domestic burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Charles Danvers (under the name of Paul the poacher): [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard (a magistrate of the old school): W. Bennett
Jack (the carrier): O. Smith
Little Barnaby (the carrier's boy): [W.] Attwood
Clunch (parish beadle): Sanders
David (a finished servant): [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

29 September 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 September 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (2)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 28 September 1835; Next 30 September 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: Blake
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly
Commandant: [R.] Nelson Lee

2)  The Christening (2)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 28 September 1835; Next 30 September 1835

Cast:

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

3)  The London Carrier (2)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 28 September 1835; Next 30 September 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

30 September 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 September 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (3)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 29 September 1835; Next 1 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: Blake
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly
Commandant: [R.] Nelson Lee

2)  The Christening (3)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 29 September 1835; Next 1 October 1835

Cast:

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

3)  The London Carrier (3)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 29 September 1835; Next 1 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

1 October 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 September 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (4)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 30 September 1835; Next 2 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: Blake
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly
Commandant: [R.] Nelson Lee

2)  The Christening (4)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 30 September 1835; Next 2 October 1835

Cast:

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

3)  The London Carrier (4)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 30 September 1835; Next 2 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

2 October 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
28 September 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (5)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 1 October 1835; Next 3 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: Blake
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly
Commandant: [R.] Nelson Lee

2)  The Christening (5)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 1 October 1835; Next 3 October 1835

Cast:

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

3)  The London Carrier (5)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 1 October 1835; Next 3 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

3 October 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
28 September 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (6)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 2 October 1835; Next 5 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: Blake
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly
Commandant: [R.] Nelson Lee

2)  The Christening (6)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 2 October 1835

Cast:

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

3)  The London Carrier (6)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 2 October 1835; Next 5 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

5 October 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (7)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 3 October 1835; Next 6 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

Cast Changes:

BUT  Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee (replaces Blake)
OMITS  Commandant: [R.] Nelson Lee

2)  The Mysterious Family (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [George H. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Next 6 October 1835

Genre:  (Farce) new comic burletta

First Night Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale (gentleman out of the common way): W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil (gentleman in everybody's way): [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick (gentleman in nobody's way): [R.] N[elson] Lee
Charles (gentleman in a sea-faring way): [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short (valet in a gentleman's gentlemanly way): [W.] Attwood
Gregory (servant, generally out of the way): [James P.] Wilkinson
(young ladies in a love-sick way)
      Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
      Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget (lady's maid in the usual way): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina (old maid in an amorous way): Mrs. Daly

3)  The London Carrier (7)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 3 October 1835; Next 6 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

General, Advertisement


6 October 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (8)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 5 October 1835; Next 7 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

2)  The Mysterious Family (2)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 5 October 1835; Next 7 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

3)  The London Carrier (8)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 5 October 1835; Next 7 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

7 October 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (9)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 6 October 1835; Next 8 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

2)  The Mysterious Family (3)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 6 October 1835; Next 8 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

3)  The London Carrier (9)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 6 October 1835; Next 8 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

8 October 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
5 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (10)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 7 October 1835; Next 9 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

2)  The Mysterious Family (4)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 7 October 1835; Next 9 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

3)  The London Carrier (10)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 7 October 1835; Next 9 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

9 October 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (11)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 8 October 1835; Next 10 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

2)  The Mysterious Family (5)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 8 October 1835; Next 10 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

3)  The London Carrier (11)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 8 October 1835; Next 10 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

10 October 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (12)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 9 October 1835; Next 12 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

2)  The Mysterious Family (6)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 9 October 1835; Next 12 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

3)  The London Carrier (12)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 9 October 1835; Next 26 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

12 October 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (13)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 10 October 1835; Next 13 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss Daly
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

Cast Changes:

BUT  Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss Daly (replaces Miss [Ellen] Clifford)

Title: General Commentary

2)  Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (1)

Author: [Charles J. Mathews]

Performances:  First 12 October 1835; Next 13 October 1835

Genre:  (Burletta) favorite comic burletta

First Night Cast:

Alfred de Welback: [Henry?] Hemming
Donderdrink: [H. B.] Roberts
Christian: [R.] Nelson Lee
Grosman: W. Bennett
Count Albert (a stranger): O. Smith
servant: Keene
Mina: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Alice: Miss Pitt

Cast Commentary

3)  The Mysterious Family (7)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 10 October 1835; Next 13 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

General, Advertisement


13 October 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (14)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 12 October 1835; Next 14 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss Daly
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

2)  Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (2)

Performances:  First 12 October 1835; Previous 12 October 1835; Next 14 October 1835

Cast:

Alfred de Welback: [Henry?] Hemming
Donderdrink: [H. B.] Roberts
Christian: [R.] Nelson Lee
Grosman: W. Bennett
Count Albert: O. Smith
servant: Keene
Mina: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Alice: Miss Pitt

3)  The Mysterious Family (8)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 12 October 1835; Next 14 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

14 October 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (15)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 13 October 1835; Next 15 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss Daly
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

2)  Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (3)

Performances:  First 12 October 1835; Previous 13 October 1835; Next 15 October 1835

Cast:

Alfred de Welback: [Henry?] Hemming
Donderdrink: [H. B.] Roberts
Christian: [R.] Nelson Lee
Grosman: W. Bennett
Count Albert: O. Smith
servant: Keene
Mina: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Alice: Miss Pitt

3)  The Mysterious Family (9)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 13 October 1835; Next 15 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

15 October 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
12 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (16)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 14 October 1835; Next 16 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss Daly
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

2)  Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (4)

Performances:  First 12 October 1835; Previous 14 October 1835; Next 16 October 1835

Cast:

Alfred de Welback: [Henry?] Hemming
Donderdrink: [H. B.] Roberts
Christian: [R.] Nelson Lee
Grosman: W. Bennett
Count Albert: O. Smith
servant: Keene
Mina: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Alice: Miss Pitt

3)  The Mysterious Family (10)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 14 October 1835; Next 16 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

16 October 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
12 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (17)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 15 October 1835; Next 17 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss Daly
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

2)  Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (5)

Performances:  First 12 October 1835; Previous 15 October 1835; Next 17 October 1835

Cast:

Alfred de Welback: [Henry?] Hemming
Donderdrink: [H. B.] Roberts
Christian: [R.] Nelson Lee
Grosman: W. Bennett
Count Albert: O. Smith
servant: Keene
Mina: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Alice: Miss Pitt

3)  The Mysterious Family (11)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 15 October 1835; Next 17 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

17 October 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (18)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 16 October 1835; Next 19 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss Daly
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

2)  Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (6)

Performances:  First 12 October 1835; Previous 16 October 1835; Next 19 October 1835

Cast:

Alfred de Welback: [Henry?] Hemming
Donderdrink: [H. B.] Roberts
Christian: [R.] Nelson Lee
Grosman: W. Bennett
Count Albert: O. Smith
servant: Keene
Mina: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Alice: Miss Pitt

3)  The Mysterious Family (12)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 16 October 1835; Next 19 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

19 October 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (7)

Performances:  First 12 October 1835; Previous 17 October 1835; Next 20 October 1835

Cast:

Alfred de Welback: [Henry?] Hemming
Donderdrink: [H. B.] Roberts
Christian: [R.] Nelson Lee
Grosman: W. Bennett
Count Albert: O. Smith
servant: Keene
Mina: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Alice: Miss Pitt

2)  The Yellow Kids (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Morris Barnett]

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Next 20 October 1835

Genre:  (Farce) new comic burletta

First Night Cast:

Captain Rocket (late of the Lumber Troop, in search of his wife): O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant (agent to the T.R.B.): [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims (dancing master): [Benjamin N.] Webster (his 1st app at this theatre)
Mrs. Captain Rocket (lady on the "qui vive, " anxious for separate maintenance): Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs (a lodging letter): Mrs. Daly
Ellen (her niece, with a taste for the saltatory): Miss Ayres

Cast Commentary

3)  The Mysterious Family (13)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 17 October 1835; Next 20 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

4)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (19)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 17 October 1835; Next 20 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss Daly
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

20 October 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (8)

Performances:  First 12 October 1835; Previous 19 October 1835; Next 21 October 1835

Cast:

Alfred de Welback: [Henry?] Hemming
Donderdrink: [H. B.] Roberts
Christian: [R.] Nelson Lee
Grosman: W. Bennett
Count Albert: O. Smith
servant: Keene
Mina: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Alice: Miss Pitt

2)  The Yellow Kids (2)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 19 October 1835; Next 21 October 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

3)  The Mysterious Family (14)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 19 October 1835; Next 21 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

4)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (20)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 19 October 1835; Next 21 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss Daly
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

21 October 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (9)

Performances:  First 12 October 1835; Previous 20 October 1835; Next 22 October 1835

Cast:

Alfred de Welback: [Henry?] Hemming
Donderdrink: [H. B.] Roberts
Christian: [R.] Nelson Lee
Grosman: W. Bennett
Count Albert: O. Smith
servant: Keene
Mina: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Alice: Miss Pitt

2)  The Yellow Kids (3)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 20 October 1835; Next 22 October 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

3)  The Mysterious Family (15)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 20 October 1835; Next 22 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

4)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (21)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 20 October 1835; Next 22 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss Daly
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

22 October 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
19 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (10)

Performances:  First 12 October 1835; Previous 21 October 1835; Next 23 October 1835

Cast:

Alfred de Welback: [Henry?] Hemming
Donderdrink: [H. B.] Roberts
Christian: [R.] Nelson Lee
Grosman: W. Bennett
Count Albert: O. Smith
servant: Keene
Mina: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Alice: Miss Pitt

2)  The Yellow Kids (4)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 21 October 1835; Next 23 October 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

3)  The Mysterious Family (16)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 21 October 1835; Next 23 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

4)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (22)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 21 October 1835; Next 23 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss Daly
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

23 October 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (11)

Performances:  First 12 October 1835; Previous 22 October 1835; Next 24 October 1835

Cast:

Alfred de Welback: [Henry?] Hemming
Donderdrink: [H. B.] Roberts
Christian: [R.] Nelson Lee
Grosman: W. Bennett
Count Albert: O. Smith
servant: Keene
Mina: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Alice: Miss Pitt

2)  The Yellow Kids (5)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 22 October 1835; Next 24 October 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

3)  The Mysterious Family (17)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 22 October 1835; Next 24 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

4)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (23)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 22 October 1835; Next 24 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss Daly
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

24 October 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (12)

Performances:  First 12 October 1835; Previous 23 October 1835

Cast:

Alfred de Welback: [Henry?] Hemming
Donderdrink: [H. B.] Roberts
Christian: [R.] Nelson Lee
Grosman: W. Bennett
Count Albert: O. Smith
servant: Keene
Mina: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Alice: Miss Pitt

2)  The Yellow Kids (6)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 23 October 1835; Next 26 October 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

3)  The Mysterious Family (18)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 23 October 1835; Next 26 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

4)  Mandrin [; or, The Scourge of France] (24)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 23 October 1835

Cast:

Ferdinand, Count de Montbrison: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles, Marquis d'Orgelet: [Henry?] Hemming
Mandrin: [S.] Palmer
Coccolo: [John B.] Buckstone
Grosjean: [H. B.] Roberts
Lenoir: Green
Perrinet: [William] Searle
Demisou: [W.] Attwood
Labrie: Miss M. Shaw
page to the Count de Montbrison: Miss Jackson
Fort de Bras: S[tephen] Smith
Brigadier of Gendarmes: Sanders
gendarmes, peasants, brigands:
      Walsh
      Willing
      Price
      Keene
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss A. Jackson
Emmeline de Montbrison: Miss Daly
Toinette: Miss Ayres
Madame Demisou: Mrs. Daly

26 October 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The King's Command (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [C. Pelham Thompson]

Performances:  First 26 October 1835; Next 27 October 1835

Genre:  (Drama) new burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Edward the Fourth (King of England): [Frederick] Vining (1st app here)
Lord Berkeley (his friend and confidant): [Henry?] Hemming
Duke Humphrey: [H. B.] Roberts
Simon Knockernose (gardener): [James P.] Wilkinson
dancers:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Naylor
Edith Butler (the young Countess Dowager of Pembroke): Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Lucy Prateapace (her attendant): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

Cast Commentary

2)  The Yellow Kids (7)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 24 October 1835; Next 27 October 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

3)  The Mysterious Family (19)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 24 October 1835; Next 27 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

4)  The London Carrier (13)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 10 October 1835; Next 27 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

27 October 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The King's Command (2)

Performances:  First 26 October 1835; Previous 26 October 1835; Next 28 October 1835

Cast:

Edward the Fourth: [Frederick] Vining
Lord Berkeley: [Henry?] Hemming
Duke Humphrey: [H. B.] Roberts
Simon Knockernose: [James P.] Wilkinson
dancers:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Naylor
Edith Butler: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Lucy Prateapace: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

2)  The Yellow Kids (8)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 26 October 1835; Next 28 October 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

3)  The Mysterious Family (20)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 26 October 1835; Next 28 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

4)  The London Carrier (14)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 26 October 1835; Next 28 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

28 October 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The King's Command (3)

Performances:  First 26 October 1835; Previous 27 October 1835; Next 29 October 1835

Cast:

Edward the Fourth: [Frederick] Vining
Lord Berkeley: [Henry?] Hemming
Duke Humphrey: [H. B.] Roberts
Simon Knockernose: [James P.] Wilkinson
dancers:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Naylor
Edith Butler: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Lucy Prateapace: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

2)  The Yellow Kids (9)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 27 October 1835; Next 29 October 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

3)  The Mysterious Family (21)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 27 October 1835; Next 29 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

4)  The London Carrier (15)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 27 October 1835; Next 29 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

29 October 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The King's Command (4)

Performances:  First 26 October 1835; Previous 28 October 1835; Next 30 October 1835

Cast:

Edward the Fourth: [Frederick] Vining
Lord Berkeley: [Henry?] Hemming
Duke Humphrey: [H. B.] Roberts
Simon Knockernose: [James P.] Wilkinson
dancers:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Naylor
Edith Butler: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Lucy Prateapace: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

2)  The Yellow Kids (10)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 28 October 1835; Next 30 October 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

3)  The Mysterious Family (22)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 28 October 1835; Next 30 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

4)  The London Carrier (16)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 28 October 1835; Next 30 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

30 October 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The King's Command (5)

Performances:  First 26 October 1835; Previous 29 October 1835; Next 31 October 1835

Cast:

Edward the Fourth: [Frederick] Vining
Lord Berkeley: [Henry?] Hemming
Duke Humphrey: [H. B.] Roberts
Simon Knockernose: [James P.] Wilkinson
dancers:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Naylor
Edith Butler: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Lucy Prateapace: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

2)  The Yellow Kids (11)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 29 October 1835; Next 31 October 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

3)  The Mysterious Family (23)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 29 October 1835; Next 31 October 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

4)  The London Carrier (17)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 29 October 1835; Next 31 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

31 October 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 October 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The King's Command (6)

Performances:  First 26 October 1835; Previous 30 October 1835; Next 5 November 1835

Cast:

Edward the Fourth: [Frederick] Vining
Lord Berkeley: [Henry?] Hemming
Duke Humphrey: [H. B.] Roberts
Simon Knockernose: [James P.] Wilkinson
dancers:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Naylor
Edith Butler: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Lucy Prateapace: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

2)  The Yellow Kids (12)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 30 October 1835; Next 5 November 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

3)  The Mysterious Family (24)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 30 October 1835; Next 2 November 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

4)  The London Carrier (18)

Performances:  First 28 September 1835; Previous 30 October 1835

Cast:

Charles Danvers: [Henry?] Hemming
Admiral Vanguard: W. Bennett
Jack: O. Smith
Little Barnaby: [W.] Attwood
Clunch: Sanders
David: [James P.] Wilkinson
Margaret Danvers: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Patience: Miss Ayres

2 November 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; billed as Castilian Noble, etc.

Author: John Oxenford; Composer: William H. Callcott

Author Commentary:  "By the author of The Dice of Death" (bill)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Next 3 November 1835

Genre:  (Melodrama) entirely new grand romantic melodramatic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Don Alvarez (a Castilian noble): [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo (his son): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro (the Contrabandista): O. Smith
Lopez (steward to Don Alvarez): [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho (a notary): W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Daly
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

Cast Commentary

Artistic Supervision

Song

Dance

Dance Commentary

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

2)  The Mysterious Family (25)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 31 October 1835; Next 3 November 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

3)  Jonathan Bradford; or, The Murder at the Road-side Inn (1)

Title Comment:  adv: "as originally played at the Surrey Theatre"

Author: [Edward Fitzball]

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Next 3 November 1835

Genre:  (Melodrama) domestic drama; (2 acts)

First Night Cast:

Jonathan Bradford (landlord of the Inn by the Road-side): [S.] Palmer
Dan Macraisy (alias Gentleman O'Connor, alias Ratcatching Jack): [Benjamin N.] Webster
Farmer Nelson (father to Bradford's wife): Gallot
Mr. Hayes (a merchant): [H. B.] Roberts
Calebs Scrummidge (an aspiring watchmaker—aristocracy the mainspring of his ambition): [John B.] Buckstone
Jack Rackbottle (new boots at the inn, wishing to supply, in every respect, the place of old boots): [W.] Attwood
Lawyer Dozey: S[tephen] Smith
Surveyor Rodpole: Sanders
Sergeant Sam: [R.] Nelson Lee
corporal: Price
Sally Sighabout: Miss Ayres
Anne (Bradford's wife): Miss Daly
children:
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Wrighton

Scenery Description


3 November 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (2)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 2 November 1835; Next 4 November 1835

Cast:

Don Alvarez: [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro: O. Smith
Lopez: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho: W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Daly
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

2)  The Mysterious Family (26)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 2 November 1835; Next 4 November 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

3)  Jonathan Bradford; or, The Murder at the Road-side Inn (2)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 2 November 1835; Next 4 November 1835

Cast:

Jonathan Bradford: [S.] Palmer
Dan Macraisy: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Farmer Nelson: Gallot
Mr. Hayes: [H. B.] Roberts
Calebs Scrummidge: [John B.] Buckstone
Jack Rackbottle: [W.] Attwood
Lawyer Dozey: S[tephen] Smith
Surveyor Rodpole: Sanders
Sergeant Sam: [R.] Nelson Lee
corporal: Price
Sally Sighabout: Miss Ayres
Anne: Miss Daly
children:
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Wrighton

4 November 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (3)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 3 November 1835; Next 5 November 1835

Cast:

Don Alvarez: [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro: O. Smith
Lopez: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho: W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Daly
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

2)  The Mysterious Family (27)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 3 November 1835; Next 5 November 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

3)  Jonathan Bradford; or, The Murder at the Road-side Inn (3)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 3 November 1835

Cast:

Jonathan Bradford: [S.] Palmer
Dan Macraisy: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Farmer Nelson: Gallot
Mr. Hayes: [H. B.] Roberts
Calebs Scrummidge: [John B.] Buckstone
Jack Rackbottle: [W.] Attwood
Lawyer Dozey: S[tephen] Smith
Surveyor Rodpole: Sanders
Sergeant Sam: [R.] Nelson Lee
corporal: Price
Sally Sighabout: Miss Ayres
Anne: Miss Daly
children:
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Wrighton

5 November 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
5 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (4)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 4 November 1835; Next 6 November 1835

Cast:

Don Alvarez: [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro: O. Smith
Lopez: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho: W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Daly
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

2)  The King's Command (7)

Performances:  First 26 October 1835; Previous 31 October 1835; Next 6 November 1835

Cast:

Edward the Fourth: [Frederick] Vining
Lord Berkeley: [Henry?] Hemming
Duke Humphrey: [H. B.] Roberts
Simon Knockernose: [James P.] Wilkinson
dancers:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Naylor
Edith Butler: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Lucy Prateapace: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

Title: General Commentary

3)  The Yellow Kids (13)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 31 October 1835; Next 6 November 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

4)  The Mysterious Family (28)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 4 November 1835; Next 6 November 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

6 November 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (5)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 5 November 1835; Next 7 November 1835

Cast:

Don Alvarez: [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro: O. Smith
Lopez: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho: W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Daly
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

2)  The King's Command (8)

Performances:  First 26 October 1835; Previous 5 November 1835; Next 7 November 1835

Cast:

Edward the Fourth: [Frederick] Vining
Lord Berkeley: [Henry?] Hemming
Duke Humphrey: [H. B.] Roberts
Simon Knockernose: [James P.] Wilkinson
dancers:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Naylor
Edith Butler: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Lucy Prateapace: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  The Yellow Kids (14)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 5 November 1835; Next 7 November 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

4)  The Mysterious Family (29)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 5 November 1835; Next 7 November 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

7 November 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (6)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 6 November 1835; Next 9 November 1835

Cast:

Don Alvarez: [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro: O. Smith
Lopez: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho: W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Daly
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

2)  The King's Command (9)

Performances:  First 26 October 1835; Previous 6 November 1835; Next 9 November 1835

Cast:

Edward the Fourth: [Frederick] Vining
Lord Berkeley: [Henry?] Hemming
Duke Humphrey: [H. B.] Roberts
Simon Knockernose: [James P.] Wilkinson
dancers:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Naylor
Edith Butler: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Lucy Prateapace: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  The Yellow Kids (15)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 6 November 1835; Next 9 November 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

4)  The Mysterious Family (30)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 6 November 1835; Next 9 November 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

9 November 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (7)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 7 November 1835; Next 10 November 1835

Cast:

Don Alvarez: [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro: O. Smith
Lopez: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho: W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Daly
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

2)  The King's Command (10)

Performances:  First 26 October 1835; Previous 7 November 1835; Next 10 November 1835

Cast:

Edward the Fourth: [Frederick] Vining
Lord Berkeley: [Henry?] Hemming
Duke Humphrey: [H. B.] Roberts
Simon Knockernose: [James P.] Wilkinson
dancers:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Naylor
Edith Butler: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Lucy Prateapace: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  The Yellow Kids (16)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 7 November 1835; Next 10 November 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

4)  The Mysterious Family (31)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 7 November 1835; Next 10 November 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

10 November 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (8)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 9 November 1835; Next 11 November 1835

Cast:

Don Alvarez: [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro: O. Smith
Lopez: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho: W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Daly
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

2)  The King's Command (11)

Performances:  First 26 October 1835; Previous 9 November 1835; Next 11 November 1835

Cast:

Edward the Fourth: [Frederick] Vining
Lord Berkeley: [Henry?] Hemming
Duke Humphrey: [H. B.] Roberts
Simon Knockernose: [James P.] Wilkinson
dancers:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Naylor
Edith Butler: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Lucy Prateapace: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  The Yellow Kids (17)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 9 November 1835; Next 11 November 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

4)  The Mysterious Family (32)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 9 November 1835; Next 11 November 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

11 November 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (9)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 10 November 1835; Next 16 November 1835

Cast:

Don Alvarez: [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro: O. Smith
Lopez: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho: W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Daly
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

2)  The King's Command (12)

Performances:  First 26 October 1835; Previous 10 November 1835

Cast:

Edward the Fourth: [Frederick] Vining
Lord Berkeley: [Henry?] Hemming
Duke Humphrey: [H. B.] Roberts
Simon Knockernose: [James P.] Wilkinson
dancers:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Mrs. Naylor
Edith Butler: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Lucy Prateapace: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley

3)  The Yellow Kids (18)

Performances:  First 19 October 1835; Previous 10 November 1835

Cast:

Captain Rocket: O. Smith
Mr. Edward Davenant: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Anatole Perrot Tims: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mrs. Captain Rocket: Miss Daly
Mrs. Sniggs: Mrs. Daly
Ellen: Miss Ayres

4)  The Mysterious Family (33)

Performances:  First 5 October 1835; Previous 10 November 1835

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: W. Bennett
Narcissus Daffodil: [John B.] Buckstone
Frederick: [R.] Nelson Lee
Charles: [H. B.] Roberts
Bob Short: [W.] Attwood
Gregory: [James P.] Wilkinson
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Laura: Miss Ayres
Fidget: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Arabellina: Mrs. Daly

12 November 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Preparing for the new management of Mrs. Nisbett


13 November 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Preparing for the new management of Mrs. Nisbett


14 November 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Preparing for the new management of Mrs. Nisbett


16 November 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Zarah (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here

Author: [George Soane]

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Next 17 November 1835

Genre:  (Romantic drama) highly popular romantic burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir Hugh Lidcote: [Richard] Younge (from Drury Lane)
Philip Ormiston: [Henry?] Hemming
Zamet: S[tephen] Smith
Maugraby: Sanders
Launce: [W.] Attwood
Bruno: Keene
pedlar: Green
Jack in the Green: George
peasant boy: Miss Brunton
showman: Price
Mug: [William] Searle
Zarah: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Amy: Miss Mordaunt
Peggy: Miss Harrington
Zilpah: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Lucy: Mrs. Gordon
Elspeth: Mrs. Gallot
Marthon: Miss Jackson
Madame Verpre: Mrs. Daly

Cast Commentary

2)  The Station House (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here

Author: [George Dance]

Author Commentary:  Nicoll wrongly assigns the play to Charles Dance but corrects himself in volume iv of his History

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Next 17 November 1835

Genre:  (Farce) laughable burletta

First Night Cast:

Valentine Quill (a lawyer's clerk): [Benjamin] Wrench
Wheatley (a farmer): Williams (from EOH)
Millefleurs (a Frenchman): [Benjamin N.] Webster
Tracker (policeman): Santer
policemen:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
Fanny Faddle (niece to Wheatley): Miss Murray (from The Olympic)
Miss Buckram (a corset maker): Mrs. Gordon

Cast Commentary

3)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (10)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 11 November 1835; Next 17 November 1835

Cast:

Don Alvarez: [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo: Miss Daly
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro: O. Smith
Lopez: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho: W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Pitt
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

Cast Changes:

BUT  Inez: Miss Pitt (replaces Miss Daly)
  Lorenzo: Miss Daly (replaces Mrs. [Robert] Keeley)

Title: General Commentary

4)  The Rival Pages (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here

Author: [Charles Selby]

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Next 17 November 1835

Genre:  (Comedy) burletta

First Night Cast:

Francis the First (King of France): [Richard] Younge
Marquis de Preville: [Henry?] Hemming
Count de Cornichon: Williams
attendant pages:
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss Gordon
      Miss Levy
      Miss Harrington
Julie: Miss Murray
Victoire: Mrs. [Laura] Honey

Cast Commentary

Song

General, Song

General, Dance

General, Advertisement


17 November 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Zarah (2)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 16 November 1835; Next 18 November 1835

Cast:

Sir Hugh Lidcote: [Richard] Younge
Philip Ormiston: [Henry?] Hemming
Zamet: S[tephen] Smith
Maugraby: Sanders
Launce: [W.] Attwood
Bruno: Keene
pedlar: Green
Jack in the Green: George
peasant boy: Miss Brunton
showman: Price
Mug: [William] Searle
Zarah: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Amy: Miss Mordaunt
Peggy: Miss Harrington
Zilpah: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Lucy: Mrs. Gordon
Elspeth: Mrs. Gallot
Marthon: Miss Jackson
Madame Verpre: Mrs. Daly

2)  The Station House (2)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 16 November 1835; Next 18 November 1835

Cast:

Valentine Quill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Wheatley: Williams
Millefleurs: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Tracker: Santer
policemen:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
Fanny Faddle: Miss Murray
Miss Buckram: Mrs. Gordon

3)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (11)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 16 November 1835; Next 18 November 1835

Cast:

Don Alvarez: [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo: Miss Daly
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro: O. Smith
Lopez: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho: W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Pitt
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

4)  The Rival Pages (2)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 16 November 1835; Next 18 November 1835

Cast:

Francis the First: [Richard] Younge
Marquis de Preville: [Henry?] Hemming
Count de Cornichon: Williams
attendant pages:
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss Gordon
      Miss Levy
      Miss Harrington
Julie: Miss Murray
Victoire: Mrs. [Laura] Honey

18 November 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Zarah (3)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 17 November 1835; Next 19 November 1835

Cast:

Sir Hugh Lidcote: [Richard] Younge
Philip Ormiston: [Henry?] Hemming
Zamet: S[tephen] Smith
Maugraby: Sanders
Launce: [W.] Attwood
Bruno: Keene
pedlar: Green
Jack in the Green: George
peasant boy: Miss Brunton
showman: Price
Mug: [William] Searle
Zarah: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Amy: Miss Mordaunt
Peggy: Miss Harrington
Zilpah: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Lucy: Mrs. Gordon
Elspeth: Mrs. Gallot
Marthon: Miss Jackson
Madame Verpre: Mrs. Daly

2)  The Station House (3)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 17 November 1835; Next 19 November 1835

Cast:

Valentine Quill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Wheatley: Williams
Millefleurs: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Tracker: Santer
policemen:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
Fanny Faddle: Miss Murray
Miss Buckram: Mrs. Gordon

3)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (12)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 17 November 1835; Next 19 November 1835

Cast:

Don Alvarez: [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo: Miss Daly
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro: O. Smith
Lopez: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho: W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Pitt
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

4)  The Rival Pages (3)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 17 November 1835; Next 19 November 1835

Cast:

Francis the First: [Richard] Younge
Marquis de Preville: [Henry?] Hemming
Count de Cornichon: Williams
attendant pages:
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss Gordon
      Miss Levy
      Miss Harrington
Julie: Miss Murray
Victoire: Mrs. [Laura] Honey

19 November 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
19 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Zarah (4)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 18 November 1835; Next 20 November 1835

Cast:

Sir Hugh Lidcote: [Richard] Younge
Philip Ormiston: [Henry?] Hemming
Zamet: S[tephen] Smith
Maugraby: Sanders
Launce: [W.] Attwood
Bruno: Keene
pedlar: Green
Jack in the Green: George
peasant boy: Miss Brunton
showman: Price
Mug: [William] Searle
Zarah: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Amy: Miss Mordaunt
Peggy: Miss Harrington
Zilpah: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Lucy: Mrs. Gordon
Elspeth: Miss Elder
Marthon: Miss Jackson
Madame Verpre: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

Cast Changes:

BUT  Elspeth: Miss Elder (replaces Mrs. Gallot)
  Madame Verpre: Miss [Millie?] Barnett (replaces Mrs. Daly)

2)  The Station House (4)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 18 November 1835; Next 20 November 1835

Cast:

Valentine Quill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Wheatley: Williams
Millefleurs: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Tracker: Santer
policemen:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
Fanny Faddle: Miss Murray
Miss Buckram: Mrs. Gordon

3)  The Rival Pages (4)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 18 November 1835; Next 20 November 1835

Cast:

Francis the First: [Richard] Younge
Marquis de Preville: [Henry?] Hemming
Count de Cornichon: Williams
attendant pages:
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss Gordon
      Miss Levy
      Miss Harrington
Julie: Miss Murray
Victoire: Mrs. [Laura] Honey

4)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (13)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 18 November 1835; Next 20 November 1835

Cast:

Don Alvarez: [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo: Miss Daly
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro: O. Smith
Lopez: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho: W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Pitt
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


20 November 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Zarah (5)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 19 November 1835; Next 21 November 1835

Cast:

Sir Hugh Lidcote: [Richard] Younge
Philip Ormiston: [Henry?] Hemming
Zamet: S[tephen] Smith
Maugraby: Sanders
Launce: [W.] Attwood
Bruno: Keene
pedlar: Green
Jack in the Green: George
peasant boy: Miss Brunton
showman: Price
Mug: [William] Searle
Zarah: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Amy: Miss Mordaunt
Peggy: Miss Harrington
Zilpah: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Lucy: Mrs. Gordon
Elspeth: Miss Elder
Marthon: Miss Jackson
Madame Verpre: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

2)  The Station House (5)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 19 November 1835; Next 21 November 1835

Cast:

Valentine Quill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Wheatley: Williams
Millefleurs: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Tracker: Santer
policemen:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
Fanny Faddle: Miss Murray
Miss Buckram: Mrs. Gordon

3)  The Rival Pages (5)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 19 November 1835; Next 21 November 1835

Cast:

Francis the First: [Richard] Younge
Marquis de Preville: [Henry?] Hemming
Count de Cornichon: Williams
attendant pages:
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss Gordon
      Miss Levy
      Miss Harrington
Julie: Miss Murray
Victoire: Mrs. [Laura] Honey

4)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (14)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 19 November 1835; Next 21 November 1835

Cast:

Don Alvarez: [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo: Miss Daly
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro: O. Smith
Lopez: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho: W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Pitt
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

21 November 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Zarah (6)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 20 November 1835

Cast:

Sir Hugh Lidcote: [Richard] Younge
Philip Ormiston: [Henry?] Hemming
Zamet: S[tephen] Smith
Maugraby: Sanders
Launce: [W.] Attwood
Bruno: Keene
pedlar: Green
Jack in the Green: George
peasant boy: Miss Brunton
showman: Price
Mug: [William] Searle
Zarah: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Amy: Miss Mordaunt
Peggy: Miss Harrington
Zilpah: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Lucy: Mrs. Gordon
Elspeth: Miss Elder
Marthon: Miss Jackson
Madame Verpre: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

2)  The Station House (6)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 20 November 1835

Cast:

Valentine Quill: [Benjamin] Wrench
Wheatley: Williams
Millefleurs: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Tracker: Santer
policemen:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
Fanny Faddle: Miss Murray
Miss Buckram: Mrs. Gordon

3)  The Rival Pages (6)

Performances:  First 16 November 1835; Previous 20 November 1835

Cast:

Francis the First: [Richard] Younge
Marquis de Preville: [Henry?] Hemming
Count de Cornichon: Williams
attendant pages:
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss Gordon
      Miss Levy
      Miss Harrington
Julie: Miss Murray
Victoire: Mrs. [Laura] Honey

4)  The Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista (15)

Performances:  First 2 November 1835; Previous 20 November 1835

Cast:

Don Alvarez: [Frederick] Vining
Lorenzo: Miss Daly
Don Manuel: Gallot
Don Caesar: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sealtro: O. Smith
Lopez: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Guzman: [W.] Attwood
Sancho: W. Bennett
contrabandists, peasants:
      Sanders
      S[tephen] Smith
      Price
      Green
      Walsh
      Willing
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Elder
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss A. Jackson
Inez: Miss Pitt
Donna Eleonora: Miss Jackson

23 November 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [John B. Buckstone]

Author Commentary:  "By the author of Wreck Ashore" (bill)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Next 24 November 1835

Genre:  (Drama) entirely new and original burletta of interest; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Trevanion (a wealthy mine owner): Gallot
Richard Penderell (his nephew): [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood (a fisherman): [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph (a wrecker): O. Smith
Alley Croaker (overseer and tax collector): [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle (village muffin man): [John B.] Buckstone
(wreckers)
      Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
      Trewoof: Robins
      Michael: Green
Williams (Trevanion's servant): Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts (her relation): Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret (Ralph's wife): Miss Pitt

Artistic Supervision

Dance

Dance Commentary

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

2)  Hunting a Turtle (1)

Author: [Charles Selby]

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Next 24 November 1835

Genre:  (Farce) petite comic burletta; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Honorable Mr. Levison (a London gentleman): [Benjamin] Wrench
Timothy Dandelion (a rustic gentleman): Mitchell (1st app here)
Smatter (a gentleman's gentleman): [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mr. Turtle (an uxorious gentleman): [S.] Palmer
John: [William] Searle
post boy: Keene
Mrs. Turtle (the better half of the uxorious gentleman—an eccentric lady): Miss Murray

3)  A Dead Shot (1)

Author: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Next 24 November 1835

Genre:  (Burletta) comic burletta

First Night Cast:

Captain Cannon: Gallot
Mr. Hector Timid: [John B.] Buckstone
Mr. Wiseman: S[tephen] Smith
Frederick: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Williams: [William] Searle
first police officer: Keene
second police officer: Robins
Louisa Lovetrick: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Chatter: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent (from The Surrey)

General, Music

General, Entertainment


24 November 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (2)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 23 November 1835; Next 25 November 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: Gallot
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Hunting a Turtle (2)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 23 November 1835; Next 25 November 1835

Cast:

Honorable Mr. Levison: [Benjamin] Wrench
Timothy Dandelion: Mitchell
Smatter: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mr. Turtle: [S.] Palmer
John: [William] Searle
post boy: Keene
Mrs. Turtle: Miss Murray

3)  A Dead Shot (2)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 23 November 1835; Next 25 November 1835

Cast:

Captain Cannon: Gallot
Mr. Hector Timid: [John B.] Buckstone
Mr. Wiseman: S[tephen] Smith
Frederick: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Williams: [William] Searle
first police officer: Keene
second police officer: Robins
Louisa Lovetrick: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Chatter: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent

25 November 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (3)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 24 November 1835; Next 26 November 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: Gallot
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Hunting a Turtle (3)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 24 November 1835; Next 26 November 1835

Cast:

Honorable Mr. Levison: [Benjamin] Wrench
Timothy Dandelion: Mitchell
Smatter: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mr. Turtle: [S.] Palmer
John: [William] Searle
post boy: Keene
Mrs. Turtle: Miss Murray

3)  A Dead Shot (3)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 24 November 1835; Next 26 November 1835

Cast:

Captain Cannon: Gallot
Mr. Hector Timid: [John B.] Buckstone
Mr. Wiseman: S[tephen] Smith
Frederick: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Williams: [William] Searle
first police officer: Keene
second police officer: Robins
Louisa Lovetrick: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Chatter: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent

26 November 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (4)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 25 November 1835; Next 27 November 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: Gallot
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Hunting a Turtle (4)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 25 November 1835; Next 27 November 1835

Cast:

Honorable Mr. Levison: [Benjamin] Wrench
Timothy Dandelion: Mitchell
Smatter: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mr. Turtle: [S.] Palmer
John: [William] Searle
post boy: Keene
Mrs. Turtle: Miss Murray

3)  A Dead Shot (4)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 25 November 1835; Next 27 November 1835

Cast:

Captain Cannon: Gallot
Mr. Hector Timid: [John B.] Buckstone
Mr. Wiseman: S[tephen] Smith
Frederick: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Williams: [William] Searle
first police officer: Keene
second police officer: Robins
Louisa Lovetrick: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Chatter: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent

27 November 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (5)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 26 November 1835; Next 28 November 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: Gallot
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Hunting a Turtle (5)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 26 November 1835; Next 28 November 1835

Cast:

Honorable Mr. Levison: [Benjamin] Wrench
Timothy Dandelion: Mitchell
Smatter: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mr. Turtle: [S.] Palmer
John: [William] Searle
post boy: Keene
Mrs. Turtle: Miss Murray

3)  A Dead Shot (5)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 26 November 1835; Next 28 November 1835

Cast:

Captain Cannon: Gallot
Mr. Hector Timid: [John B.] Buckstone
Mr. Wiseman: S[tephen] Smith
Frederick: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Williams: [William] Searle
first police officer: Keene
second police officer: Robins
Louisa Lovetrick: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Chatter: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent

28 November 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 November 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (6)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 27 November 1835; Next 30 November 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: Gallot
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Hunting a Turtle (6)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 27 November 1835; Next 30 November 1835

Cast:

Honorable Mr. Levison: [Benjamin] Wrench
Timothy Dandelion: Mitchell
Smatter: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mr. Turtle: [S.] Palmer
John: [William] Searle
post boy: Keene
Mrs. Turtle: Miss Murray

3)  A Dead Shot (6)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 27 November 1835; Next 30 November 1835

Cast:

Captain Cannon: Gallot
Mr. Hector Timid: [John B.] Buckstone
Mr. Wiseman: S[tephen] Smith
Frederick: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Williams: [William] Searle
first police officer: Keene
second police officer: Robins
Louisa Lovetrick: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Chatter: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent

30 November 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
30 November 1835
advertisement
The London Times

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Dream at Sea (7)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 28 November 1835; Next 1 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: Gallot
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Hunting a Turtle (7)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 28 November 1835

Cast:

Honorable Mr. Levison: [Benjamin] Wrench
Timothy Dandelion: Mitchell
Smatter: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mr. Turtle: [S.] Palmer
John: [William] Searle
post boy: Keene
Mrs. Turtle: Miss Murray

3)  A Dead Shot (7)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 28 November 1835; Next 4 April 1836

Cast:

Captain Cannon: Gallot
Mr. Hector Timid: [John B.] Buckstone
Mr. Wiseman: S[tephen] Smith
Frederick: [H. B.] Roberts
Mr. Williams: [William] Searle
first police officer: Keene
second police officer: Robins
Louisa Lovetrick: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Chatter: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent

1 December 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (8)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 30 November 1835; Next 2 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

Cast Changes:

BUT  Trevanion: [Richard] Younge (replaces Gallot)
OMITS  dancers at the wedding: Miss [Rosa] Bodmin

2)  Family Peculiarities [; or, The Sisters Three] (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Next 2 December 1835

Genre:  (Burletta) comic burletta

First Night Cast:

Captain Somerset: [S.] Palmer
Mr. Frampton: [H. B.] Roberts
Digit: W. Bennett
Nat: [Benjamin] Wrench
Miss Anne Faulkland: Miss Mordaunt (from The Queen's)
Miss Jane Faulkland: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Widow Alvanly: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett

3)  The Jewess (1)

Title Comment:  based on Eugene Scribe's Juive (1835); not listed by Nicoll; in B.M. Catalogue of MSS

Author: [John B. Buckstone]

Author Commentary:  Bill for 1/Dec/1835: "By the celebrated adapter of the far-famed but by-gone Lions of Mysore"

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Next 2 December 1835

Genre:  (Burlesque) new grand operatic burlesque

First Night Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle (son of the King of Little Britain): O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons (old clothesman): [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins (a ragamuffin): [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel (the Jewess): Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands (penitents), banners: Unlisted
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: Unlisted
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

Music Commentary

Spectacle

Scenery Description

Costume Credits Commentary

Title: General Commentary


2 December 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (9)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 1 December 1835; Next 3 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Family Peculiarities [; or, The Sisters Three] (2)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 1 December 1835; Next 3 December 1835

Cast:

Captain Somerset: [S.] Palmer
Mr. Frampton: [H. B.] Roberts
Digit: W. Bennett
Nat: [Benjamin] Wrench
Miss Anne Faulkland: Miss Mordaunt
Miss Jane Faulkland: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Widow Alvanly: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett

3)  The Jewess (2)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 1 December 1835; Next 3 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

3 December 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (10)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 2 December 1835; Next 4 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Family Peculiarities [; or, The Sisters Three] (3)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 2 December 1835; Next 4 December 1835

Cast:

Captain Somerset: [S.] Palmer
Mr. Frampton: [H. B.] Roberts
Digit: W. Bennett
Nat: [Benjamin] Wrench
Miss Anne Faulkland: Miss Mordaunt
Miss Jane Faulkland: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Widow Alvanly: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett

3)  The Jewess (3)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 2 December 1835; Next 4 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

4 December 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (11)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 3 December 1835; Next 5 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Family Peculiarities [; or, The Sisters Three] (4)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 3 December 1835; Next 5 December 1835

Cast:

Captain Somerset: [S.] Palmer
Mr. Frampton: [H. B.] Roberts
Digit: W. Bennett
Nat: [Benjamin] Wrench
Miss Anne Faulkland: Miss Mordaunt
Miss Jane Faulkland: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Widow Alvanly: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett

3)  The Jewess (4)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 3 December 1835; Next 5 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

5 December 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (12)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 4 December 1835; Next 7 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Family Peculiarities [; or, The Sisters Three] (5)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 4 December 1835; Next 7 December 1835

Cast:

Captain Somerset: [S.] Palmer
Mr. Frampton: [H. B.] Roberts
Digit: W. Bennett
Nat: [Benjamin] Wrench
Miss Anne Faulkland: Miss Mordaunt
Miss Jane Faulkland: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Widow Alvanly: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett

3)  The Jewess (5)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 4 December 1835; Next 7 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

7 December 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (13)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 5 December 1835; Next 8 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Family Peculiarities [; or, The Sisters Three] (6)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 5 December 1835; Next 8 December 1835

Cast:

Captain Somerset: [S.] Palmer
Mr. Frampton: [H. B.] Roberts
Digit: W. Bennett
Nat: [Benjamin] Wrench
Miss Anne Faulkland: Miss Mordaunt
Miss Jane Faulkland: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Widow Alvanly: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett

3)  The Jewess (6)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 5 December 1835; Next 8 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

4)  Mazourka (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 7 December 1835; Next 8 December 1835

Genre:  (Burletta) favourite burletta

First Night Cast:

Dyonisius Doubleton: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Captain Belmons: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Roscius Ardent: [Frederick] Vining
Robin: [John B.] Buckstone
Belmont: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
 

Dance

Entertainment

Entertainment Commentary


8 December 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (14)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 7 December 1835; Next 9 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Family Peculiarities [; or, The Sisters Three] (7)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 7 December 1835; Next 9 December 1835

Cast:

Captain Somerset: [S.] Palmer
Mr. Frampton: [H. B.] Roberts
Digit: W. Bennett
Nat: [Benjamin] Wrench
Miss Anne Faulkland: Miss Mordaunt
Miss Jane Faulkland: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Widow Alvanly: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett

3)  The Jewess (7)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 7 December 1835; Next 9 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

4)  Mazourka (2)

Performances:  First 7 December 1835; Previous 7 December 1835; Next 9 December 1835

Cast:

Dyonisius Doubleton: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Captain Belmons: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Roscius Ardent: [Frederick] Vining
Robin: [John B.] Buckstone
Belmont: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
 

9 December 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (15)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 8 December 1835; Next 10 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Family Peculiarities [; or, The Sisters Three] (8)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 8 December 1835; Next 10 December 1835

Cast:

Captain Somerset: [S.] Palmer
Mr. Frampton: [H. B.] Roberts
Digit: W. Bennett
Nat: [Benjamin] Wrench
Miss Anne Faulkland: Miss Mordaunt
Miss Jane Faulkland: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Widow Alvanly: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett

3)  The Jewess (8)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 8 December 1835; Next 10 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

4)  Mazourka (3)

Performances:  First 7 December 1835; Previous 8 December 1835; Next 10 December 1835

Cast:

Dyonisius Doubleton: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Captain Belmons: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Roscius Ardent: [Frederick] Vining
Robin: [John B.] Buckstone
Belmont: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
 

10 December 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (16)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 9 December 1835; Next 11 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Family Peculiarities [; or, The Sisters Three] (9)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 9 December 1835; Next 11 December 1835

Cast:

Captain Somerset: [S.] Palmer
Mr. Frampton: [H. B.] Roberts
Digit: W. Bennett
Nat: [Benjamin] Wrench
Miss Anne Faulkland: Miss Mordaunt
Miss Jane Faulkland: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Widow Alvanly: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett

3)  The Jewess (9)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 9 December 1835; Next 11 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

4)  Mazourka (4)

Performances:  First 7 December 1835; Previous 9 December 1835; Next 11 December 1835

Cast:

Dyonisius Doubleton: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Captain Belmons: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Roscius Ardent: [Frederick] Vining
Robin: [John B.] Buckstone
Belmont: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
 

11 December 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (17)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 10 December 1835; Next 12 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Family Peculiarities [; or, The Sisters Three] (10)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 10 December 1835; Next 12 December 1835

Cast:

Captain Somerset: [S.] Palmer
Mr. Frampton: [H. B.] Roberts
Digit: W. Bennett
Nat: [Benjamin] Wrench
Miss Anne Faulkland: Miss Mordaunt
Miss Jane Faulkland: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Widow Alvanly: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett

3)  The Jewess (10)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 10 December 1835; Next 12 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

4)  Mazourka (5)

Performances:  First 7 December 1835; Previous 10 December 1835; Next 12 December 1835

Cast:

Dyonisius Doubleton: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Captain Belmons: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Roscius Ardent: [Frederick] Vining
Robin: [John B.] Buckstone
Belmont: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
 

12 December 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
7 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (18)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 11 December 1835; Next 14 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Family Peculiarities [; or, The Sisters Three] (11)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 11 December 1835

Cast:

Captain Somerset: [S.] Palmer
Mr. Frampton: [H. B.] Roberts
Digit: W. Bennett
Nat: [Benjamin] Wrench
Miss Anne Faulkland: Miss Mordaunt
Miss Jane Faulkland: Miss J[ane] Mordaunt
Widow Alvanly: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett

3)  The Jewess (11)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 11 December 1835; Next 14 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

4)  Mazourka (6)

Performances:  First 7 December 1835; Previous 11 December 1835; Next 14 December 1835

Cast:

Dyonisius Doubleton: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Captain Belmons: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Roscius Ardent: [Frederick] Vining
Robin: [John B.] Buckstone
Belmont: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
 

14 December 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 December 1835
advertisement
The London Times
15 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: Mrs. Nisbett

1)  The Dream at Sea (19)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 12 December 1835; Next 15 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  The Married Rake (1)

Author: [Charles Selby]

Performances:  First 14 December 1835; Next 15 December 1835

Genre:  (Comedy) comic burletta

First Night Cast:

Sir Frederick Flighty (erratic married gentleman): [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Flighty (easy, confiding, unsuspecting wife): Miss Mordaunt
Susan Twist (accomplished lady's maid): Mrs. Young
Mrs. Trictrac (tearing, tormenting, bewitching young widow): Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Count Fitzherbert Fitzberry (elegant extract, a regular killer, the beau ideal of a cavalry officer): Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
 

Cast Commentary

3)  Mazourka (7)

Performances:  First 7 December 1835; Previous 12 December 1835; Next 15 December 1835

Cast:

Dyonisius Doubleton: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Captain Belmons: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Roscius Ardent: [Frederick] Vining
Robin: [John B.] Buckstone
Belmont: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
 

4)  The Jewess (12)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 12 December 1835; Next 15 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

15 December 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (20)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 14 December 1835; Next 16 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Mazourka (8)

Performances:  First 7 December 1835; Previous 14 December 1835; Next 16 December 1835

Cast:

Dyonisius Doubleton: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Captain Belmons: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Roscius Ardent: [Frederick] Vining
Robin: [John B.] Buckstone
Belmont: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
 

3)  The Married Rake (2)

Performances:  First 14 December 1835; Previous 14 December 1835; Next 16 December 1835

Cast:

Sir Frederick Flighty: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Flighty: Miss Mordaunt
Susan Twist: Mrs. Young
Mrs. Trictrac: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Count Fitzherbert Fitzberry: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
 

4)  The Jewess (13)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 14 December 1835; Next 16 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

16 December 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (21)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 15 December 1835; Next 17 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  Mazourka (9)

Performances:  First 7 December 1835; Previous 15 December 1835

Cast:

Dyonisius Doubleton: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Captain Belmons: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Roscius Ardent: [Frederick] Vining
Robin: [John B.] Buckstone
Belmont: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
 

3)  The Married Rake (3)

Performances:  First 14 December 1835; Previous 15 December 1835; Next 17 December 1835

Cast:

Sir Frederick Flighty: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Flighty: Miss Mordaunt
Susan Twist: Mrs. Young
Mrs. Trictrac: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Count Fitzherbert Fitzberry: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
 

4)  The Jewess (14)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 15 December 1835; Next 17 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

17 December 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (22)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 16 December 1835; Next 18 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  The Widow's Victim (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Charles Selby]

Author Commentary:  "by the author of The Unfinished Gentleman and The Married Rake" (bill)

Performances:  First 17 December 1835; Next 18 December 1835

Genre:  (Operatic farce) new comic burletta, original burletta

First Night Cast:

Mr. Turtler (married gentleman, extremely irritable, extremely imaginative, and extremely jealous): [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Byron Tremaine Pelham Podge (single gentleman, extremely polite, extremely fashionable, and extremely nervous): [John B.] Buckstone
Jeremiah Clip (barber's clerk and amateur actor, extremely imitative, extremely useful, and extremely impudent): [Benjamin] Wrench
Tinsel John (livery servant, extremely intrusive, extremely familiar, and extremely annoying): [Benjamin] Wrench
Moustache Strappo (mysterious foreigner, extremely ferocious, extremely melo-dramatical, and extremely pantomimical): [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Rattleton (young widow, extremely handsome, extremely accomplished, and extremely irresistible): Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Turtler (married lady, extremely amiable, extremely forgiving and extremely affectionate): Miss Ayres
Jane Chatterly (lady's maid and companion, extremely sensitive, extremely literary, and extremely dramatic): Miss Murray
(servants to Mrs. Rattleton)
      Betty: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Martha: Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Sarah: Mrs. Gordon
      Mary: Miss Harrington
      Susan: Miss Shaw

Song

Song Commentary

Dance

Dance Commentary

3)  The Married Rake (4)

Performances:  First 14 December 1835; Previous 16 December 1835

Cast:

Sir Frederick Flighty: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Flighty: Miss Mordaunt
Susan Twist: Mrs. Young
Mrs. Trictrac: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Count Fitzherbert Fitzberry: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
 

4)  The Jewess (15)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 16 December 1835; Next 18 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

18 December 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Doves in a Cage (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Douglas W. Jerrold]

Author Commentary:  "By the celebrated author of The Rent Day" (bill)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Next 19 December 1835

Genre:  (Comedy) new domestic burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: [Richard] Younge
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

2)  The Dream at Sea (23)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 17 December 1835; Next 19 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

3)  The Widow's Victim (2)

Performances:  First 17 December 1835; Previous 17 December 1835; Next 19 December 1835

Cast:

Mr. Turtler: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Byron Tremaine Pelham Podge: [John B.] Buckstone
Jeremiah Clip: [Benjamin] Wrench
Tinsel John: [Benjamin] Wrench
Moustache Strappo: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Rattleton: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Turtler: Miss Ayres
Jane Chatterly: Miss Murray
Betty: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Sarah: Mrs. Gordon
Mary: Miss Harrington
Susan: Miss Shaw

4)  The Jewess (16)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 17 December 1835; Next 19 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

General, Advertisement


19 December 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Doves in a Cage (2)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 18 December 1835; Next 21 December 1835

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: [Richard] Younge
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

2)  The Dream at Sea (24)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 18 December 1835; Next 21 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

3)  The Widow's Victim (3)

Performances:  First 17 December 1835; Previous 18 December 1835; Next 21 December 1835

Cast:

Mr. Turtler: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Byron Tremaine Pelham Podge: [John B.] Buckstone
Jeremiah Clip: [Benjamin] Wrench
Tinsel John: [Benjamin] Wrench
Moustache Strappo: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Rattleton: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Turtler: Miss Ayres
Jane Chatterly: Miss Murray
Betty: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Sarah: Mrs. Gordon
Mary: Miss Harrington
Susan: Miss Shaw

4)  The Jewess (17)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 18 December 1835; Next 21 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

21 December 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Doves in a Cage (3)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 19 December 1835; Next 22 December 1835

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: [Richard] Younge
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

2)  The Dream at Sea (25)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 19 December 1835; Next 22 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

3)  The Widow's Victim (4)

Performances:  First 17 December 1835; Previous 19 December 1835; Next 22 December 1835

Cast:

Mr. Turtler: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Byron Tremaine Pelham Podge: [John B.] Buckstone
Jeremiah Clip: [Benjamin] Wrench
Tinsel John: [Benjamin] Wrench
Moustache Strappo: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Rattleton: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Turtler: Miss Ayres
Jane Chatterly: Miss Murray
Betty: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Sarah: Mrs. Gordon
Mary: Miss Harrington
Susan: Miss Shaw

4)  The Jewess (18)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 19 December 1835; Next 22 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

22 December 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Doves in a Cage (4)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 21 December 1835; Next 23 December 1835

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: [Richard] Younge
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

2)  The Dream at Sea (26)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 21 December 1835; Next 23 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

3)  The Widow's Victim (5)

Performances:  First 17 December 1835; Previous 21 December 1835; Next 23 December 1835

Cast:

Mr. Turtler: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Byron Tremaine Pelham Podge: [John B.] Buckstone
Jeremiah Clip: [Benjamin] Wrench
Tinsel John: [Benjamin] Wrench
Moustache Strappo: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Rattleton: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Turtler: Miss Ayres
Jane Chatterly: Miss Murray
Betty: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Sarah: Mrs. Gordon
Mary: Miss Harrington
Susan: Miss Shaw

4)  The Jewess (19)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 21 December 1835; Next 23 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

23 December 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Doves in a Cage (5)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 22 December 1835; Next 14 January 1836

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: [Richard] Younge
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

2)  The Dream at Sea (27)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 22 December 1835; Next 26 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett
Margaret: Miss Pitt

3)  The Widow's Victim (6)

Performances:  First 17 December 1835; Previous 22 December 1835; Next 26 December 1835

Cast:

Mr. Turtler: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Byron Tremaine Pelham Podge: [John B.] Buckstone
Jeremiah Clip: [Benjamin] Wrench
Tinsel John: [Benjamin] Wrench
Moustache Strappo: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Rattleton: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Turtler: Miss Ayres
Jane Chatterly: Miss Murray
Betty: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Sarah: Mrs. Gordon
Mary: Miss Harrington
Susan: Miss Shaw

4)  The Jewess (20)

Performances:  First 1 December 1835; Previous 22 December 1835

Cast:

King of Little Britain: Green
Mayor of Puddledock: [James P.] Wilkinson
Prince Poodle: O. Smith
Big Beadle of St. Magnum's: S[tephen] Smith
City Turncock: [R.] Nelson Lee
Ikey Solomons: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Inspector Jones: [H. B.] Roberts
Jack Slang: Sanders
Mr. Jenkins: [W.] Attwood
mob of ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
tiger to the Princess: Miss Marchant
attendant tiger: Miss J. Santer
Princess Doshy: Miss [Eliza?] Vincent
Rachel: Miss Daly
Mrs. Bubble: Mrs. Gallot
Mrs. Suds: Mrs. Daly
24 washerwomen: [Unlisted]
members of the city, deputy councilmen, electors, and ten pound voters, beadle, charity children, policemen, Amazons, footmen, elegantly dressed ladies with their husbands, banners: [Unlisted]
retinue of nobs, mobs, gentry, ragamuffins: [Unlisted]
two reknowned giants:
      "Gog"
      "Magog"

24 December 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Eve


25 December 1835
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas

Illustration: Stirling, Fanny (Mrs. Edward Stirling) (1815-1895): Actress  [1st Performance Dec 26, 1835]


 
Title:Stirling, Fanny (Mrs. Edward Stirling) (1815-1895): Actress
Description:Stirling, Fanny (Mrs. Edward Stirling) (1815-1895):  Made her debut at the Adelphi on December 26, 1835, as Biddy Nuts in Buckstone’s The Dream at Sea.  She quickly became a favorite.  The following season, she appeared in several roles ranging from burlettas to melodramas.  Her most popular role was Sally Snow in William Callcott’s Flight to America, which she played 67 nights.
1st Performance:Dec 26, 1835
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Holl, Benjamin (1808-1884), printmaker.  Folger Shakespeare Library Digital Image Collection [Id 30955], Dec 26, 1835

26 December 1835
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1835
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Dream at Sea (28)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 23 December 1835; Next 28 December 1835

Time:  6:45

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

Cast Changes:

BUT  Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling (replaces Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett)

2)  The Widow's Victim (7)

Performances:  First 17 December 1835; Previous 23 December 1835; Next 28 December 1835

Cast:

Mr. Turtler: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Byron Tremaine Pelham Podge: [John B.] Buckstone
Jeremiah Clip: [Benjamin] Wrench
Tinsel John: [Benjamin] Wrench
Moustache Strappo: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Rattleton: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Turtler: Miss Ayres
Jane Chatterly: Miss Murray
Betty: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Sarah: Mrs. Gordon
Mary: Miss Harrington
Susan: Miss Shaw

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Billed as The Elfin Queen; listed in Catalogue of Additions as Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies. The "spectacle" is "Followed by a pantomime conclusion entitled Battle of the Fairies" (bill)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Next 28 December 1835

Genre:  (Spectacle) new grand spectacle and comic Christmas pantomime

First Night Cast:

Nymphalin (Elfin Queen): Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Pipalee (maid of honor): Miss Pitt
Tiny (fairy page): Miss Marchant
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling (malicious fairy): Miss Daly
Oloff (his esquire): Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Josephine
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

Cast Commentary

Song

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery Description

General, Music

General, Entertainment

General, Advertisement


28 December 1835
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 December 1835
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Dream at Sea (29)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 26 December 1835; Next 29 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  The Widow's Victim (8)

Performances:  First 17 December 1835; Previous 26 December 1835; Next 29 December 1835

Cast:

Mr. Turtler: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Byron Tremaine Pelham Podge: [John B.] Buckstone
Jeremiah Clip: [Benjamin] Wrench
Tinsel John: [Benjamin] Wrench
Moustache Strappo: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Rattleton: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Turtler: Miss Ayres
Jane Chatterly: Miss Murray
Betty: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Sarah: Mrs. Gordon
Mary: Miss Harrington
Susan: Miss Shaw

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (2)

Title Comment:  title change: now adv as E. Q.; or, Harlequin and the Battle of the Fairies (Times)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 26 December 1835; Next 29 December 1835

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss Marchant
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Josephine
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

29 December 1835
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 December 1835
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Dream at Sea (30)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 28 December 1835; Next 30 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  The Widow's Victim (9)

Performances:  First 17 December 1835; Previous 28 December 1835; Next 30 December 1835

Cast:

Mr. Turtler: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Byron Tremaine Pelham Podge: [John B.] Buckstone
Jeremiah Clip: [Benjamin] Wrench
Tinsel John: [Benjamin] Wrench
Moustache Strappo: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Rattleton: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Turtler: Miss Ayres
Jane Chatterly: Miss Murray
Betty: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Sarah: Mrs. Gordon
Mary: Miss Harrington
Susan: Miss Shaw

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (3)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 28 December 1835; Next 30 December 1835

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss Marchant
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Josephine
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

30 December 1835
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1835
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Dream at Sea (31)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 29 December 1835; Next 31 December 1835

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  The Widow's Victim (10)

Performances:  First 17 December 1835; Previous 29 December 1835; Next 31 December 1835

Cast:

Mr. Turtler: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Byron Tremaine Pelham Podge: [John B.] Buckstone
Jeremiah Clip: [Benjamin] Wrench
Tinsel John: [Benjamin] Wrench
Moustache Strappo: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Rattleton: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Turtler: Miss Ayres
Jane Chatterly: Miss Murray
Betty: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Sarah: Mrs. Gordon
Mary: Miss Harrington
Susan: Miss Shaw

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (4)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 29 December 1835; Next 31 December 1835

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss Marchant
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Josephine
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

31 December 1835
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
31 December 1835
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Dream at Sea (32)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 30 December 1835; Next 1 January 1836

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  The Widow's Victim (11)

Performances:  First 17 December 1835; Previous 30 December 1835; Next 1 January 1836

Cast:

Mr. Turtler: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Byron Tremaine Pelham Podge: [John B.] Buckstone
Jeremiah Clip: [Benjamin] Wrench
Tinsel John: [Benjamin] Wrench
Moustache Strappo: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Rattleton: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Turtler: Miss Ayres
Jane Chatterly: Miss Murray
Betty: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Sarah: Mrs. Gordon
Mary: Miss Harrington
Susan: Miss Shaw

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (5)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 30 December 1835; Next 1 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss Marchant
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Josephine
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

1 January 1836
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 January 1836
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Dream at Sea (33)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 31 December 1835; Next 2 January 1836

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  The Widow's Victim (12)

Performances:  First 17 December 1835; Previous 31 December 1835; Next 2 January 1836

Cast:

Mr. Turtler: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Byron Tremaine Pelham Podge: [John B.] Buckstone
Jeremiah Clip: [Benjamin] Wrench
Tinsel John: [Benjamin] Wrench
Moustache Strappo: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Rattleton: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Turtler: Miss Ayres
Jane Chatterly: Miss Murray
Betty: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Sarah: Mrs. Gordon
Mary: Miss Harrington
Susan: Miss Shaw

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (6)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 31 December 1835; Next 2 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss Marchant
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Josephine
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

2 January 1836
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 January 1836
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Dream at Sea (34)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 1 January 1836; Next 4 January 1836

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

2)  The Widow's Victim (13)

Performances:  First 17 December 1835; Previous 1 January 1836

Cast:

Mr. Turtler: [Henry?] Hemming
Mr. Byron Tremaine Pelham Podge: [John B.] Buckstone
Jeremiah Clip: [Benjamin] Wrench
Tinsel John: [Benjamin] Wrench
Moustache Strappo: [Benjamin] Wrench
Mrs. Rattleton: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Mrs. Turtler: Miss Ayres
Jane Chatterly: Miss Murray
Betty: Miss [Millie?] Barnett
Martha: Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
Sarah: Mrs. Gordon
Mary: Miss Harrington
Susan: Miss Shaw

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (7)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 1 January 1836; Next 4 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss Marchant
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
      Miss Josephine
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

4 January 1836
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  A Ghost Story (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Thomas J. Serle]

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Next 5 January 1836

Genre:  (Drama) original drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe (smuggler): O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (8)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 2 January 1836; Next 5 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss Marchant
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Ayres
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

Cast Changes:

ADDS  court fairies: Miss Rose
BUT  Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey (replaces Mrs. [Edward] Stirling)
  Spirit of Poesy: Miss Ayres (replaces Miss Gallot)
OMITS  dancing fairies: Miss Josephine

3)  The Dream at Sea (35)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 2 January 1836; Next 5 January 1836

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

Title: General Commentary

General, Music


5 January 1836
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  A Ghost Story (2)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 4 January 1836; Next 6 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (9)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 4 January 1836; Next 6 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss Marchant
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Ayres
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  The Dream at Sea (36)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 4 January 1836; Next 6 January 1836

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

6 January 1836
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  A Ghost Story (3)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 5 January 1836; Next 7 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (10)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 5 January 1836; Next 7 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss Marchant
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Ayres
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  The Dream at Sea (37)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 5 January 1836; Next 7 January 1836

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

7 January 1836
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  A Ghost Story (4)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 6 January 1836; Next 8 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (11)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 6 January 1836; Next 8 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss Marchant
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Ayres
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  The Dream at Sea (38)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 6 January 1836; Next 8 January 1836

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

8 January 1836
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  A Ghost Story (5)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 7 January 1836; Next 9 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (12)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 7 January 1836; Next 9 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss Marchant
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Ayres
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  The Dream at Sea (39)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 7 January 1836; Next 9 January 1836

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

9 January 1836
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  A Ghost Story (6)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 8 January 1836; Next 11 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (13)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 8 January 1836; Next 11 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss Marchant
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Ayres
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  The Dream at Sea (40)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 8 January 1836; Next 11 January 1836

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

11 January 1836
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  A Ghost Story (7)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 9 January 1836; Next 12 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (14)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 9 January 1836; Next 12 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

Cast Changes:

BUT  Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot (replaces Miss Ayres)
  Tiny: Miss M. Gallot (replaces Miss Marchant)

3)  The Dream at Sea (41)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 9 January 1836; Next 12 January 1836

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

12 January 1836
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  A Ghost Story (8)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 11 January 1836; Next 13 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (15)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 11 January 1836; Next 13 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  The Dream at Sea (42)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 11 January 1836; Next 13 January 1836

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

13 January 1836
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  A Ghost Story (9)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 12 January 1836; Next 14 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (16)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 12 January 1836; Next 14 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  The Dream at Sea (43)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 12 January 1836

Cast:

Trevanion: [Richard] Younge
Richard Penderell: [Henry?] Hemming
Launce Lynwood: [Frederick] Vining
Black Ralph: O. Smith
Alley Croaker: [James P.] Wilkinson
Tom Tinkle: [John B.] Buckstone
Red Norris: S[tephen] Smith
Trewoof: Robins
Michael: Green
Williams: Sanders
Ralph's children:
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Brunton
wreckers, miners:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
      Willing
wedding guests:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Walsh
      Miss Shaw
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Elder
      Miss O'Neil
dancers at the wedding:
      Brown
      King
      Gibson
      Miss Lane
      Mrs. Naylor
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
Ann Trevanion: Miss Daly
Biddy Nutts: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Margaret: Miss Pitt

14 January 1836
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Doves in a Cage (6)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 23 December 1835; Next 15 January 1836

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: [Richard] Younge
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mabellah: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling (replaces Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett)

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (17)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 13 January 1836; Next 15 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  A Ghost Story (10)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 13 January 1836; Next 15 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

15 January 1836
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Doves in a Cage (7)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 14 January 1836; Next 16 January 1836

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: [Richard] Younge
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (18)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 14 January 1836; Next 16 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  A Ghost Story (11)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 14 January 1836; Next 16 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

16 January 1836
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Doves in a Cage (8)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 15 January 1836; Next 25 January 1836

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: [Richard] Younge
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (19)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 15 January 1836; Next 18 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  A Ghost Story (12)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 15 January 1836; Next 18 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

18 January 1836
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Luke Somerton (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Nicoll gives 19/1/1836 as 1st perf

Author: [George Soane]

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Next 19 January 1836

Genre:  (Melodrama) grand romantic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe (Governor of the Isle of Man): S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew (a country squire): [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer (a naval officer): [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger (a lieutenant of dragoons): [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton (under assumed name of Walford): W. Bennett
Caleb (old seaman): Gallot
Luke Somerton (captain of a French privateer): O. Smith
Christopher Dalton (Scotchman, his mate): Williams
Scipio (black sailor): [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock (sergeant): [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

Cast Commentary

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery Description

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (20)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 16 January 1836; Next 19 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

Title: General Commentary

3)  A Ghost Story (13)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 16 January 1836; Next 19 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

General, Advertisement


19 January 1836
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Luke Somerton (2)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 18 January 1836; Next 20 January 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (21)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 18 January 1836; Next 20 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  A Ghost Story (14)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 18 January 1836; Next 20 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

20 January 1836
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Luke Somerton (3)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 19 January 1836; Next 21 January 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (22)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 19 January 1836; Next 21 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  A Ghost Story (15)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 19 January 1836; Next 21 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

21 January 1836
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Luke Somerton (4)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 20 January 1836; Next 22 January 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (23)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 20 January 1836; Next 22 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  A Ghost Story (16)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 20 January 1836; Next 22 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

22 January 1836
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Luke Somerton (5)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 21 January 1836; Next 23 January 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (24)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 21 January 1836; Next 23 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  A Ghost Story (17)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 21 January 1836; Next 23 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

23 January 1836
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Luke Somerton (6)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 22 January 1836; Next 25 January 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

2)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (25)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 22 January 1836; Next 25 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3)  A Ghost Story (18)

Performances:  First 4 January 1836; Previous 22 January 1836

Cast:

Everard de Vesci: Williams
Henry Westerton: [S.] Palmer
Frank Leybourne: [Richard] Younge
Will Wispe: O. Smith
Robin Redbreast: [John B.] Buckstone
Tom Flash: S[tephen] Smith
Pendarves: W. Bennett
Fairtitle: [W.] Attwood
Abstract: [William] Searle
1st smuggler: Green
2nd smuggler: Price
smugglers:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
Grace de Vesci: Miss Daly
Sally Redbreast: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Catherine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

25 January 1836
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Luke Somerton (7)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 23 January 1836; Next 26 January 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

2)  Doves in a Cage (9)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 16 January 1836; Next 26 January 1836

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: [Richard] Younge
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (26)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 23 January 1836; Next 26 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

26 January 1836
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Luke Somerton (8)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 25 January 1836; Next 27 January 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

2)  Doves in a Cage (10)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 25 January 1836; Next 27 January 1836

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: [Richard] Younge
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (27)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 25 January 1836; Next 27 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

27 January 1836
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Luke Somerton (9)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 26 January 1836; Next 28 January 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

2)  Doves in a Cage (11)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 26 January 1836; Next 28 January 1836

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: [Richard] Younge
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (28)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 26 January 1836; Next 28 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

28 January 1836
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Luke Somerton (10)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 27 January 1836; Next 29 January 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

2)  Doves in a Cage (12)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 27 January 1836; Next 29 January 1836

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: [Richard] Younge
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (29)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 27 January 1836; Next 29 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

29 January 1836
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Luke Somerton (11)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 28 January 1836; Next 30 January 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

2)  Doves in a Cage (13)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 28 January 1836; Next 30 January 1836

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: [Richard] Younge
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (30)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 28 January 1836; Next 30 January 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

30 January 1836
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 January 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Luke Somerton (12)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 29 January 1836; Next 1 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

2)  Doves in a Cage (14)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 29 January 1836; Next 1 February 1836

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: [Richard] Younge
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (31)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 29 January 1836; Next 1 February 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

1 February 1836
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Luke Somerton (13)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 30 January 1836; Next 2 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

2)  Doves in a Cage (15)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 30 January 1836; Next 2 February 1836

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: W. Bennett
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

Cast Changes:

BUT  Bezelnt: W. Bennett (replaces [Richard] Younge)

Cast Commentary

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (32)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 30 January 1836; Next 2 February 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

2 February 1836
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Luke Somerton (14)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 1 February 1836; Next 3 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

2)  Doves in a Cage (16)

Performances:  First 18 December 1835; Previous 1 February 1836

Cast:

Prosper: [Frederick] Vining
Cherub: [James P.] Wilkinson
Bezelnt: W. Bennett
Sables: Williams
Carbuncle: [Benjamin N.] Webster
James: Sanders
Claws: [William] Searle
Giles: King
Stephen: [W.] Attwood
Abraham: Green
Mabellah: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Prudence: Miss Ayres
Dolly: Miss Boaden
Mrs. Comfits: Miss [Millie?] Barnett

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (33)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 1 February 1836; Next 8 February 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

3 February 1836
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [John B. Buckstone]; Composer: George W. Reeve

Author Commentary:  "Arranged for the stage from Mr. Bulwer's historical novel by the author of The Last Days of Pompeii" (bill)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Next 4 February 1836

Genre:  (Romantic drama) entirely new historical burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Walter de Montreal (knight of Provence): [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony (his retainer): S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani (page): Mrs. [Laura] Honey
(plebeians)
      Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton (from the TR Haymarket, 1st app here)
      Guido (his young brother): Miss Gallot
      Cecco del Vecchio (blacksmith): O. Smith
      Poco Punto (radical tailor): [John B.] Buckstone
      Accaboni (butcher): [James P.] Wilkinson
      Crispino (cobbler): [Benjamin N.] Webster
      Mocioso (gravedigger): King
      Pietro (mason): [W.] Attwood
      citizens:
            Walsh
            Fry
            Price
      mob:
            Johnson
            Pattison
            Paulding
(nobles of the rival houses of Orsini and Colonna: the Colonna)
      Stephen Colonna: Gallot
      Gianni (his son): Sanders
      Adrian (kinsman of the Colonna): [Henry?] Hemming
      Luigi: Keene
      Colonna soldiers:
            Upsdell
            Wright
            Pratt
(nobles of the rival houses of Orsini and colonna: the Orsini)
      Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
      Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
      Guiseppe: [William] Searle
      Orsini soldiers:
            Knapp
            Wright
            Dalton
(citizens)
      Pandulfo di Guido: Green
      Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina (Rienzi's wife): Miss Daly
Ursula (nun): Mrs. Young
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Mrs. Gallot
Pocolina (Poco Punto's wife): Mrs. Daly
Julio (page): Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

Cast Commentary

Artistic Supervision

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery Description

2)  Luke Somerton (15)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 2 February 1836; Next 4 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

Title: General Commentary

General, Music

General, Advertisement


4 February 1836
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (2)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 3 February 1836; Next 5 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss Daly
Ursula: Mrs. Young
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Mrs. Gallot
Pocolina: Mrs. Daly
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  Luke Somerton (16)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 3 February 1836; Next 5 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

5 February 1836
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (3)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 4 February 1836; Next 6 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss Daly
Ursula: Mrs. Young
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Mrs. Gallot
Pocolina: Mrs. Daly
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  Luke Somerton (17)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 4 February 1836; Next 6 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

6 February 1836
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (4)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 5 February 1836; Next 8 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss Daly
Ursula: Mrs. Young
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Mrs. Gallot
Pocolina: Mrs. Daly
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  Luke Somerton (18)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 5 February 1836; Next 8 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

8 February 1836
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (5)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 6 February 1836; Next 9 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss Daly
Ursula: Mrs. Young
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Mrs. Gallot
Pocolina: Mrs. Daly
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  Luke Somerton (19)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 6 February 1836; Next 9 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (34)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 2 February 1836; Next 9 February 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

9 February 1836
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (6)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 8 February 1836; Next 10 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss Daly
Ursula: Mrs. Young
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Mrs. Gallot
Pocolina: Mrs. Daly
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  Luke Somerton (20)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 8 February 1836; Next 10 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (35)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 8 February 1836; Next 10 February 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

10 February 1836
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (7)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 9 February 1836; Next 11 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss Daly
Ursula: Mrs. Young
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Mrs. Gallot
Pocolina: Mrs. Daly
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  Luke Somerton (21)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 9 February 1836; Next 11 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (36)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 9 February 1836; Next 11 February 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

11 February 1836
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (8)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 10 February 1836; Next 12 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss Daly
Ursula: Mrs. Young
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Mrs. Gallot
Pocolina: Mrs. Daly
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  Luke Somerton (22)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 10 February 1836; Next 12 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (37)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 10 February 1836; Next 12 February 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

12 February 1836
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (9)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 11 February 1836; Next 13 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss Daly
Ursula: Mrs. Young
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Mrs. Gallot
Pocolina: Mrs. Daly
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  Luke Somerton (23)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 11 February 1836; Next 13 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (38)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 11 February 1836; Next 13 February 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

13 February 1836
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (10)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 12 February 1836; Next 15 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss Daly
Ursula: Mrs. Young
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Mrs. Gallot
Pocolina: Mrs. Daly
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  Luke Somerton (24)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 12 February 1836; Next 15 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (39)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 12 February 1836; Next 15 February 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Laura] Honey
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

15 February 1836
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (11)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 13 February 1836; Next 16 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss Daly
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

BUT  Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling (replaces Mrs. [Laura] Honey)
  Benedetta: Miss Jackson (replaces Mrs. Gallot)
  Pocolina: Miss Ayres (replaces Mrs. Daly)
  Ursula: Mrs. Gallot (replaces Mrs. Young)

Title: General Commentary

2)  Luke Somerton (25)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 13 February 1836; Next 16 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (40)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 13 February 1836; Next 16 February 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

Cast Changes:

BUT  Nymphalin: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling (replaces Mrs. [Laura] Honey)

16 February 1836
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (12)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 15 February 1836; Next 18 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss Daly
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  Luke Somerton (26)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 15 February 1836; Next 18 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (41)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 15 February 1836; Next 18 February 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

17 February 1836
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Ash Wednesday


18 February 1836
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (13)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 16 February 1836; Next 20 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss Daly
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  Luke Somerton (27)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 16 February 1836; Next 20 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (42)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 16 February 1836; Next 20 February 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

19 February 1836
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Elton's Gallery of Shakespeare, Widow Wiggins, Webster's Wallet of Whims

General, Entertainment


20 February 1836
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (14)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 18 February 1836; Next 22 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss Daly
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  Luke Somerton (28)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 18 February 1836; Next 22 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

3)  The Elfin Queen; or, The Battle of the Fairies (43)

Performances:  First 26 December 1835; Previous 18 February 1836

Cast:

Nymphalin: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Pipalee: Miss Pitt
Tiny: Miss M. Gallot
court fairies:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss Jackson
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Walsh
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Millie?] Barnett
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Elder
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Miss [Josephine] Carson
      Miss Platt
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Lightfoot
      Miss Wells
      Miss Brunton
      Miss Marchant
      Miss Gallot
      M? Mary
      Miss Rose
Queen's bodyguard:
      Master Willing
      Master Roberts
      Master J. Johnson
      Master H. Johnson
      Master Wells
      Master Brunton
Prince Gossamer: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
The Dragon Fly: "Master Horse-stinger"
Sir Darkling: Miss Daly
Oloff: Mrs. Gordon
dancing fairies:
      Miss [Leone] Griffiths
      Miss Lane
Spirit of Poesy: Miss Gallot
Harlequin: Gibson
First Columbine: Miss Lane
Second Columbine: Miss [Leone] Griffiths
First Clown: Sanders
Second Clown: King
Pantaloon: Brown
smuggler: "Tubs"
preventive men:
      "Lookabout[1]"
      "Lookabout[2]"
jailor: "Shivermytimbers"
Frenchman: "Benelli"
jeweller: "Paste"
card maker: "Trumps"
court cards:
      "King"
      "Queen"
      "Knave"
greengrocer: "Carrots"
butchers:
      "Fat"
      "Lean"
fishmonger: "Dab"
staymaker: "Bustle"
doctor: "Killaway"
Morning Herald: "Cockadoodle"
Times: "Leader"
Satirist: "Squib"
Advertiser: "Blab"
Morning Post: "Tory"
Globe: "Atlas"
Dispatch: "Quick"

22 February 1836
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (15)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 20 February 1836; Next 23 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

BUT  Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford (replaces Miss Daly)

2)  The Balance of Comfort; or, To Marry or Not to Marry (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; licensed as B. of C; or, Bachelors and Married Men

Author: [Richard J. Raymond]

Performances:  First 22 February 1836; Next 23 February 1836

Genre:  (Farce) new farce

First Night Cast:

(bachelors)
      Walter Waver, Esq.: Williams
      Felix Fusby, Esq.: [John B.] Buckstone
(married men)
      Spicer: [James P.] Wilkinson
      Pigeon: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Frank Timewell: [Frederick] Vining
Lilly (a black): W. Bennett
haberdasher: [William] Searle
tailor: King
groom: [W.] Attwood
Mrs. Spicer: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pigeon: Miss Pitt
Mrs. Trainer: Miss Ayres
Clarissa: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Dorothy Dimple: Miss Daly

3)  Luke Somerton (29)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 20 February 1836; Next 23 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

General, Music


23 February 1836
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (16)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 22 February 1836; Next 25 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  The Balance of Comfort; or, To Marry or Not to Marry (2)

Performances:  First 22 February 1836; Previous 22 February 1836; Next 25 February 1836

Cast:

Walter Waver, Esq.: Williams
Felix Fusby, Esq.: [John B.] Buckstone
Spicer: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pigeon: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Frank Timewell: [Frederick] Vining
Lilly: W. Bennett
haberdasher: [William] Searle
tailor: King
groom: [W.] Attwood
Mrs. Spicer: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pigeon: Miss Pitt
Mrs. Trainer: Miss Ayres
Clarissa: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Dorothy Dimple: Miss Daly

3)  Luke Somerton (30)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 22 February 1836; Next 25 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

24 February 1836
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Elton's Gallery of Shakespeare, Widow Wiggins, Webster's Wallet of Whims

General, Entertainment


25 February 1836
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
19 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Elton's Gallery of Shakespeare, Widow Wiggins, Webster's Wallet of Whims

2)  The Balance of Comfort; or, To Marry or Not to Marry (3)

Performances:  First 22 February 1836; Previous 23 February 1836; Next 27 February 1836

Cast:

Walter Waver, Esq.: Williams
Felix Fusby, Esq.: [John B.] Buckstone
Spicer: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pigeon: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Frank Timewell: [Frederick] Vining
Lilly: W. Bennett
haberdasher: [William] Searle
tailor: King
groom: [W.] Attwood
Mrs. Spicer: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pigeon: Miss Pitt
Mrs. Trainer: Miss Ayres
Clarissa: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Dorothy Dimple: Miss Daly

3)  Luke Somerton (31)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 23 February 1836; Next 27 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

General, Entertainment


26 February 1836
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Elton's Gallery of Shakespeare, Widow Wiggins, Webster's Wallet of Whims


27 February 1836
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 February 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (18)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 25 February 1836; Next 29 February 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  The Balance of Comfort; or, To Marry or Not to Marry (4)

Performances:  First 22 February 1836; Previous 25 February 1836; Next 29 February 1836

Cast:

Walter Waver, Esq.: Williams
Felix Fusby, Esq.: [John B.] Buckstone
Spicer: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pigeon: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Frank Timewell: [Frederick] Vining
Lilly: W. Bennett
haberdasher: [William] Searle
tailor: King
groom: [W.] Attwood
Mrs. Spicer: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pigeon: Miss Pitt
Mrs. Trainer: Miss Ayres
Clarissa: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Dorothy Dimple: Miss Daly

3)  Luke Somerton (32)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 25 February 1836; Next 29 February 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

29 February 1836
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 February 1836
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (19)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 27 February 1836; Next 1 March 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  The Schoolmaster at Home (1)

Author: Douglas W. Jerrold

Author Commentary:  Nicoll and BM Catalogue give Thomas H. Bayly as author of a play with the same title first performed at EOH on September 5, 1835

Performances:  First 29 February 1836; Next 1 March 1836

Genre:  (Farce) celebrated comedy

First Night Cast:

Cedar: Williams
Jasper: [Edward W.] Elton
Horace Meredith: [Henry?] Hemming
Jack Marigold: [H. B.] Roberts
Nicholas Shilling: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pronoun: [W.] Attwood
Tom Drops: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Sir Luke Meredith: [S.] Palmer
Rushworth: W. Bennett
Howell: [R.] Nelson Lee
Marion: Miss Gallot
Esther: Miss Daly
Phillis: Miss Abbot

3)  The Balance of Comfort; or, To Marry or Not to Marry (5)

Performances:  First 22 February 1836; Previous 27 February 1836; Next 1 March 1836

Cast:

Walter Waver, Esq.: Williams
Felix Fusby, Esq.: [John B.] Buckstone
Spicer: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pigeon: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Frank Timewell: [Frederick] Vining
Lilly: W. Bennett
haberdasher: [William] Searle
tailor: King
groom: [W.] Attwood
Mrs. Spicer: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pigeon: Miss Pitt
Mrs. Trainer: Miss Ayres
Clarissa: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Dorothy Dimple: Miss Daly

4)  Luke Somerton (33)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 27 February 1836; Next 1 March 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

1 March 1836
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 February 1836
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (20)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 29 February 1836; Next 3 March 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  The Schoolmaster at Home (2)

Performances:  First 29 February 1836; Previous 29 February 1836; Next 3 March 1836

Cast:

Cedar: Williams
Jasper: [Edward W.] Elton
Horace Meredith: [Henry?] Hemming
Jack Marigold: [H. B.] Roberts
Nicholas Shilling: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pronoun: [W.] Attwood
Tom Drops: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Sir Luke Meredith: [S.] Palmer
Rushworth: W. Bennett
Howell: [R.] Nelson Lee
Marion: Miss Gallot
Esther: Miss Daly
Phillis: Miss Abbot

3)  The Balance of Comfort; or, To Marry or Not to Marry (6)

Performances:  First 22 February 1836; Previous 29 February 1836; Next 3 March 1836

Cast:

Walter Waver, Esq.: Williams
Felix Fusby, Esq.: [John B.] Buckstone
Spicer: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pigeon: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Frank Timewell: [Frederick] Vining
Lilly: W. Bennett
haberdasher: [William] Searle
tailor: King
groom: [W.] Attwood
Mrs. Spicer: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pigeon: Miss Pitt
Mrs. Trainer: Miss Ayres
Clarissa: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Dorothy Dimple: Miss Daly

4)  Luke Somerton (34)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 29 February 1836; Next 3 March 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

2 March 1836
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Elton's Gallery of Shakespeare, Widow Wiggins, Webster's Wallet of Whims

General, Entertainment

General, Commentary


3 March 1836
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 February 1836
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (21)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 1 March 1836; Next 5 March 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  The Schoolmaster at Home (3)

Performances:  First 29 February 1836; Previous 1 March 1836; Next 5 March 1836

Cast:

Cedar: Williams
Jasper: [Edward W.] Elton
Horace Meredith: [Henry?] Hemming
Jack Marigold: [H. B.] Roberts
Nicholas Shilling: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pronoun: [W.] Attwood
Tom Drops: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Sir Luke Meredith: [S.] Palmer
Rushworth: W. Bennett
Howell: [R.] Nelson Lee
Marion: Miss Gallot
Esther: Miss Daly
Phillis: Miss Abbot

3)  The Balance of Comfort; or, To Marry or Not to Marry (7)

Performances:  First 22 February 1836; Previous 1 March 1836; Next 5 March 1836

Cast:

Walter Waver, Esq.: Williams
Felix Fusby, Esq.: [John B.] Buckstone
Spicer: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pigeon: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Frank Timewell: [Frederick] Vining
Lilly: W. Bennett
haberdasher: [William] Searle
tailor: King
groom: [W.] Attwood
Mrs. Spicer: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pigeon: Miss Pitt
Mrs. Trainer: Miss Ayres
Clarissa: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Dorothy Dimple: Miss Daly

4)  Luke Somerton (35)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 1 March 1836; Next 5 March 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

4 March 1836
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Elton's Gallery of Shakespeare, Widow Wiggins, Webster's Wallet of Whims

General, Entertainment

General, Commentary


5 March 1836
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
29 February 1836
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (22)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 3 March 1836; Next 7 March 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

2)  The Schoolmaster at Home (4)

Performances:  First 29 February 1836; Previous 3 March 1836

Cast:

Cedar: Williams
Jasper: [Edward W.] Elton
Horace Meredith: [Henry?] Hemming
Jack Marigold: [H. B.] Roberts
Nicholas Shilling: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pronoun: [W.] Attwood
Tom Drops: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Sir Luke Meredith: [S.] Palmer
Rushworth: W. Bennett
Howell: [R.] Nelson Lee
Marion: Miss Gallot
Esther: Miss Daly
Phillis: Miss Abbot

3)  The Balance of Comfort; or, To Marry or Not to Marry (8)

Performances:  First 22 February 1836; Previous 3 March 1836; Next 19 March 1836

Cast:

Walter Waver, Esq.: Williams
Felix Fusby, Esq.: [John B.] Buckstone
Spicer: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pigeon: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Frank Timewell: [Frederick] Vining
Lilly: W. Bennett
haberdasher: [William] Searle
tailor: King
groom: [W.] Attwood
Mrs. Spicer: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pigeon: Miss Pitt
Mrs. Trainer: Miss Ayres
Clarissa: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Dorothy Dimple: Miss Daly

4)  Luke Somerton (36)

Performances:  First 18 January 1836; Previous 3 March 1836

Cast:

Sir Charles Radcliffe: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Mayhew: [H. B.] Roberts
Captain Aylmer: [S.] Palmer
Frederick Granger: [Henry?] Hemming
James Somerton: W. Bennett
Caleb: Gallot
Luke Somerton: O. Smith
Christopher Dalton: Williams
Scipio: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Matchlock: [R.] Nelson Lee
first sailor: Green
second sailor: Price
sailors:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Willing
nobles:
      [William] Searle
      Keene
pages:
      Miss A. Jackson
      Miss Hunt
      Miss A. Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Levy
      Miss Dalrymple
Louisa Somerton: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Queen Anne: Miss Daly
Queen's pages:
      Miss Abbot
      Miss M. Shaw
      Miss [Rosa] Bodmin
      Mrs. Gallot
      Miss Ellis
      Miss Sutton
court ladies, nobles, attendants, soldiers, burgesses, citizens, wardens, smugglers, fishermen, trumpeters: [Unlisted]

7 March 1836
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 March 1836
playbill
Cornell University Library

1)  Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (1)

Author: [John B. Buckstone]

Author Commentary:  Cast of Victorine entered in a more convenient form than that of the source

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Next 8 March 1836

Genre:  (Drama) domestic and highly popular drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Alexandre (roue, aged thirty-five—horse dealer, aged forty—escaped convict, aged sixty): [James P.] Wilkinson
Michael (journeyman upholsterer, aged twenty-one—foreman to an upholsterer, aged twenty-six—national guard captain, aged forty-six): [Henry?] Hemming
Victorine (embroideress, aged nineteen—Madame St. Victor, aged twenty-four, lodging house keeper, aged forty-four): Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Elise (semptress, aged twenty—Mme. le Baronne Elise, aged twenty-five, vendor of oranges, aged forty-five): Mrs. Daly
Justine (femme de chambre to Mme. st. Victor): Miss Shaw
Mr. Bonassus (jeweller, aged thirty-five—widower, aged fifty-five): [Benjamin N.] Webster
Blaise (Bonassus' man, aged twenty—Bonassus' valet, aged forty): [John B.] Buckstone
Macaire (friend of Mons. de St. Alexandre): Sanders
Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly
Cisar Chanteloupe (Alexandre's companion): O. Smith
Bernard (silversmith): [R.] Nelson Lee
Sophie: Mrs. Gallot
sergeants of national guard:
      S[tephen] Smith
      Willing
      [William] Searle

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (1)

Author: [Charles Selby]

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Next 8 March 1836

Genre:  (Burletta) original comic burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Lord Totterly (an Adonis of sixty): W. Bennett
The Honorable Mr. Frisk Flammer (a Cantab, nephew of Lord Totterly): [Henry?] Hemming
Charles Danvers (embryo barrister): [H. B.] Roberts
Bill Downey (occasional porter and shoe black, a philosopher): Goldsmid
James Miller: [John B.] Buckstone
(gentlemen attached to the sheriffs)
      Nibble: Sanders
      Catch: Taylor
Louisa Bloomfield (young lady, betrothed to Danvers): Miss Shaw
Mary Chintz (Miss Bloomfield's maid, an unwilling spinster): Mrs. [Edward] Stirling

3)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (23)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 5 March 1836; Next 8 March 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

8 March 1836
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 March 1836
playbill
Cornell University Library

1)  Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (2)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 7 March 1836; Next 10 March 1836

Cast:

Alexandre: [James P.] Wilkinson
Michael: [Henry?] Hemming
Victorine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Elise: Mrs. Daly
Justine: Miss Shaw
Mr. Bonassus: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Blaise: [John B.] Buckstone
Macaire: Sanders
Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly
Cisar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
Bernard: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sophie: Mrs. Gallot
sergeants of national guard:
      S[tephen] Smith
      Willing
      [William] Searle

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (2)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 7 March 1836; Next 10 March 1836

Cast:

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

3)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (24)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 7 March 1836; Next 10 March 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

9 March 1836
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Elton's Gallery of Shakespeare, Widow Wiggins, Webster's Wallet of Whims

General, Entertainment

General, Commentary


10 March 1836
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 March 1836
playbill
Cornell University Library

1)  Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (3)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 8 March 1836; Next 12 March 1836

Cast:

Alexandre: [James P.] Wilkinson
Michael: [Henry?] Hemming
Victorine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Elise: Mrs. Daly
Justine: Miss Shaw
Mr. Bonassus: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Blaise: [John B.] Buckstone
Macaire: Sanders
Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly
Cisar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
Bernard: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sophie: Mrs. Gallot
sergeants of national guard:
      S[tephen] Smith
      Willing
      [William] Searle

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (3)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 8 March 1836; Next 12 March 1836

Cast:

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

3)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (25)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 8 March 1836; Next 12 March 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
minstrel: Willing
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

11 March 1836
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Elton's Gallery of Shakespeare, Widow Wiggins, Webster's Wallet of Whims

General, Entertainment

General, Commentary


12 March 1836
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (4)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 10 March 1836; Next 14 March 1836

Cast:

Alexandre: [James P.] Wilkinson
Michael: [Henry?] Hemming
Victorine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Elise: Mrs. Daly
Justine: Miss Shaw
Mr. Bonassus: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Blaise: [John B.] Buckstone
Macaire: Sanders
Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly
Cisar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
Bernard: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sophie: Mrs. Gallot
sergeants of national guard:
      S[tephen] Smith
      Willing
      [William] Searle

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (4)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 10 March 1836; Next 14 March 1836

Cast:

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

3)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (26)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 10 March 1836; Next 14 March 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

OMITS  minstrel: Willing

Title: General Commentary

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary


14 March 1836
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (5)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 12 March 1836; Next 15 March 1836

Cast:

Alexandre: [James P.] Wilkinson
Michael: [Henry?] Hemming
Victorine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Elise: Mrs. Daly
Justine: Miss Shaw
Mr. Bonassus: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Blaise: [John B.] Buckstone
Macaire: Sanders
Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly
Cisar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
Bernard: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sophie: Mrs. Gallot
sergeants of national guard:
      S[tephen] Smith
      Willing
      [William] Searle

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (5)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 12 March 1836; Next 15 March 1836

Cast:

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

3)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (27)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 12 March 1836; Next 15 March 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

15 March 1836
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (6)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 14 March 1836; Next 17 March 1836

Cast:

Alexandre: [James P.] Wilkinson
Michael: [Henry?] Hemming
Victorine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Elise: Mrs. Daly
Justine: Miss Shaw
Mr. Bonassus: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Blaise: [John B.] Buckstone
Macaire: Sanders
Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly
Cisar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
Bernard: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sophie: Mrs. Gallot
sergeants of national guard:
      S[tephen] Smith
      Willing
      [William] Searle

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (6)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 14 March 1836; Next 17 March 1836

Cast:

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

3)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (28)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 14 March 1836; Next 17 March 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

16 March 1836
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Elton's Gallery of Shakespeare, Widow Wiggins, Webster's Wallet of Whims

General, Entertainment

General, Commentary


17 March 1836
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 March 1836
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (7)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 15 March 1836; Next 19 March 1836

Cast:

Alexandre: [James P.] Wilkinson
Michael: [Henry?] Hemming
Victorine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Elise: Mrs. Daly
Justine: Miss Shaw
Mr. Bonassus: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Blaise: [John B.] Buckstone
Macaire: Sanders
Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly
Cisar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
Bernard: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sophie: Mrs. Gallot
sergeants of national guard:
      S[tephen] Smith
      Willing
      [William] Searle

2)  The Unfinished Gentleman (7)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 15 March 1836

Cast:

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

3)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (29)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 15 March 1836; Next 19 March 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

18 March 1836
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Elton's Gallery of Shakespeare, Widow Wiggins, Webster's Wallet of Whims

General, Entertainment

General, Commentary


19 March 1836
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 March 1836
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (8)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 17 March 1836; Next 21 March 1836

Cast:

Alexandre: [James P.] Wilkinson
Michael: [Henry?] Hemming
Victorine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Elise: Mrs. Daly
Justine: Miss Shaw
Mr. Bonassus: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Blaise: [John B.] Buckstone
Macaire: Sanders
Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly
Cisar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
Bernard: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sophie: Mrs. Gallot
sergeants of national guard:
      S[tephen] Smith
      Willing
      [William] Searle

2)  The Balance of Comfort; or, To Marry or Not to Marry (9)

Performances:  First 22 February 1836; Previous 5 March 1836

Cast:

Walter Waver, Esq.: Williams
Felix Fusby, Esq.: [John B.] Buckstone
Spicer: [James P.] Wilkinson
Pigeon: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Frank Timewell: [Frederick] Vining
Lilly: W. Bennett
haberdasher: [William] Searle
tailor: King
groom: [W.] Attwood
Mrs. Spicer: Mrs. Daly
Mrs. Pigeon: Miss Pitt
Mrs. Trainer: Miss Ayres
Clarissa: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Dorothy Dimple: Miss Daly

3)  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (30)

Performances:  First 3 February 1836; Previous 17 March 1836

Cast:

Walter de Montreal: [Frederick] Vining
Rodolf of Saxony: S[tephen] Smith
Angelo Villani: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Cola di Rienzi: [Edward W.] Elton
Guido: Miss Gallot
Cecco del Vecchio: O. Smith
Poco Punto: [John B.] Buckstone
Accaboni: [James P.] Wilkinson
Crispino: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Mocioso: King
Pietro: [W.] Attwood
citizens:
      Walsh
      Fry
      Price
mob:
      Johnson
      Pattison
      Paulding
Stephen Colonna: Gallot
Gianni: Sanders
Adrian: [Henry?] Hemming
Luigi: Keene
Colonna soldiers:
      Upsdell
      Wright
      Pratt
Martino di Porto: [H. B.] Roberts
Francisco: [R.] Nelson Lee
Guiseppe: [William] Searle
Orsini soldiers:
      Knapp
      Wright
      Dalton
Pandulfo di Guido: Green
Signor Vivaldi: Jones
soldiers, citizens, pages, free lances, mob: [Unlisted]
Nina: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Ursula: Mrs. Gallot
Irene: Miss Pitt
Benedetta: Miss Jackson
Pocolina: Miss Ayres
Julio: Miss Shaw
attendant ladies on Nina, citizen's wives, children: [Unlisted]

21 March 1836
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Author: [Isaac Pocock]

Performances:  First 21 March 1836; Next 22 March 1836

Genre:  (Romantic drama) celebrated romantic burletta; 3 parts

First Night Cast:

Walmar (colonel and charge d'affairs): Gallot
Oscar (the bandit): [Frederick] Vining (1st time)
Goldstadt (banker): W. Bennett
L'argent (stockbroker): King
Laloup (lieutenant of banditti): O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Price
Gruff: Willing
Schatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps (treasurer to the band): [John B.] Buckstone
inspector of police: [R.] Nelson Lee
jailor: Green
Francois: Sanders
aide-de-camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline (her daughter): Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Minnette (femme de chambre): Miss Pitt

Scenery Description

2)  Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (9)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 19 March 1836; Next 22 March 1836

Cast:

Alexandre: [James P.] Wilkinson
Michael: [Henry?] Hemming
Victorine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Elise: Mrs. Daly
Justine: Miss Shaw
Mr. Bonassus: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Blaise: [John B.] Buckstone
Macaire: Sanders
Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly
Cisar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
Bernard: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sophie: Mrs. Gallot
sergeants of national guard:
      S[tephen] Smith
      Willing
      [William] Searle

General, Entertainment


22 March 1836
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 21 March 1836; Previous 21 March 1836; Next 24 March 1836

Cast:

Walmar: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick] Vining
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
L'argent: King
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Price
Gruff: Willing
Schatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: [John B.] Buckstone
inspector of police: [R.] Nelson Lee
jailor: Green
Francois: Sanders
aide-de-camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (10)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 21 March 1836; Next 24 March 1836

Cast:

Alexandre: [James P.] Wilkinson
Michael: [Henry?] Hemming
Victorine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Elise: Mrs. Daly
Justine: Miss Shaw
Mr. Bonassus: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Blaise: [John B.] Buckstone
Macaire: Sanders
Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly
Cisar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
Bernard: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sophie: Mrs. Gallot
sergeants of national guard:
      S[tephen] Smith
      Willing
      [William] Searle

23 March 1836
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Elton's Gallery of Shakespeare, Widow Wiggins, Webster's Wallet of Whims

General, Entertainment

General, Commentary


24 March 1836
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 21 March 1836; Previous 22 March 1836; Next 26 March 1836

Cast:

Walmar: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick] Vining
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
L'argent: King
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Price
Gruff: Willing
Schatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: [John B.] Buckstone
inspector of police: [R.] Nelson Lee
jailor: Green
Francois: Sanders
aide-de-camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (11)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 22 March 1836; Next 26 March 1836

Cast:

Alexandre: [James P.] Wilkinson
Michael: [Henry?] Hemming
Victorine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Elise: Mrs. Daly
Justine: Miss Shaw
Mr. Bonassus: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Blaise: [John B.] Buckstone
Macaire: Sanders
Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly
Cisar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
Bernard: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sophie: Mrs. Gallot
sergeants of national guard:
      S[tephen] Smith
      Willing
      [William] Searle

25 March 1836
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Lent: Elton's Gallery of Shakespeare, Widow Wiggins, Webster's Wallet of Whims

General, Entertainment

General, Commentary


26 March 1836
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
21 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

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

Performances:  First 21 March 1836; Previous 24 March 1836

Cast:

Walmar: Gallot
Oscar: [Frederick] Vining
Goldstadt: W. Bennett
L'argent: King
Laloup: O. Smith
Herman: S[tephen] Smith
Riolle: Price
Gruff: Willing
Schatts: Walsh
Magnus Bumps: [John B.] Buckstone
inspector of police: [R.] Nelson Lee
jailor: Green
Francois: Sanders
aide-de-camp to the Grand Duke: Gibson
robbers:
      Keene
      [William] Searle
Countess Melcour: Miss Daly
Caroline: Miss [Ellen] Clifford
Minnette: Miss Pitt

2)  Victorine; or, "I'll Sleep on It" (12)

Performances:  First 7 March 1836; Previous 24 March 1836

Cast:

Alexandre: [James P.] Wilkinson
Michael: [Henry?] Hemming
Victorine: Mrs. [Edward] Stirling
Elise: Mrs. Daly
Justine: Miss Shaw
Mr. Bonassus: [Benjamin N.] Webster
Blaise: [John B.] Buckstone
Macaire: Sanders
Mrs. Bonassus: Mrs. Daly
Cisar Chanteloupe: O. Smith
Bernard: [R.] Nelson Lee
Sophie: Mrs. Gallot
sergeants of national guard:
      S[tephen] Smith
      Willing
      [William] Searle

General, Advertisement


28 March 1836
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Passion Week: Howell's astronomy lectures


29 March 1836
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Passion Week: Howell's astronomy lectures


30 March 1836
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Passion Week: Howell's astronomy lectures


31 March 1836
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Passion Week: Howell's astronomy lectures


1 April 1836
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Good Friday


2 April 1836
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Passion Week: Howell's astronomy lectures


4 April 1836
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 April 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: T. Thompson

1)  Grace Huntley (1)

Author: [Henry Holl]

Performances:  First 4 April 1836

Genre:  (Melodrama) celebrated domestic drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Joseph Andrews: [Richard] Younge
Abel Darnley: Hollingsworth
Simon Mealbag (baker's apprentice): Manders
Giles (landlord of the alehouse): Henry
Sandy Smith: Mercer
villagers:
      [William] Searle
      Lyon
Grace (daughter of Abel Darnley): Mrs. Dale
Peggy (daughter of Giles): Miss Green
village girls:
      Miss Jackson
      Miss Tabotte
      Miss Blake
Joseph Huntley: [Richard] Younge
William Huntley (son of Joseph Huntley): Master Ryan
Tibby Cracko (justice's black footman): [W.] Attwood
Squire Lambert: Chickely
justice: Forbes
officer: [William] Searle
Grace Huntley (wife of Joseph Huntley): Mrs. Dale
Alice Green: Miss Gallot

2)  A Dead Shot (8)

Performances:  First 23 November 1835; Previous 30 November 1835

Cast:

Captain Cannon: [William H.?] Chippendale
Mr. Hector Timid: T. Hughes
Mr. Wiseman: Forbes
Frederick: Worrell
Mr. Williams: [William] Searle
first police officer: Keene
second police officer: Robins
Louisa Lovetrick: Mrs. Dale
Chatter: Miss Cooke

Cast Changes:

BUT  Captain Cannon: [William H.?] Chippendale (replaces Gallot)
  Chatter: Miss Cooke (replaces Miss [Eliza?] Vincent)
  Frederick: Worrell (replaces [H. B.] Roberts)
  Louisa Lovetrick: Mrs. Dale (replaces Mrs. [John A.] Nisbett)
  Mr. Hector Timid: T. Hughes (replaces [John B.] Buckstone)
  Mr. Wiseman: Forbes (replaces S[tephen] Smith)

Cast Commentary

Title: General Commentary

3)  Boys and Girls Come Out to Play; or, Harlequin Hunt the Slipper (1)

Title Comment:  not listed by Nicoll

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 4 April 1836

Genre:  (Comic pantomime) juvenile pantomime

First Night Cast:

Goodchild, afterwards Harlequin: Miss O. Hicks
Scapegrace (dunce of the village), afterwards Clown: Master Young
Dame Avarice (grasping old woman), afterwards Pantaloon: Master Lewis
Rosebud (village beauty), afterwards Columbine: Miss A. Hicks
Diligence (Queen of the Fairies): Miss Cross
Attention: Miss C. Parker
Perseverance: Miss E. Parker
Holiday (a sprite): Miss M. Parker
boys:
      Master James
      Master Wild
      Master Rule
      Master Williams
      Master Dicks
      Master French
      Master Jones
      Master Willis
      Master Gee
      Master Nixon
      Master Tree
      Master Parker
girls:
      Miss Cox
      Miss Neal
      Miss Fry
      Miss Sale
      Miss Leat
      Miss Hark
      Miss Wilton
      Miss French
      Miss Jones
      Miss Ryan

4)  Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (1)

Author: Charles Selby

Performances:  First 4 April 1836

Genre:  (Melodrama) celebrated drama

First Night Cast:

Germeuil (wealthy farmer): Hollingsworth
Dumont: Brooks
Robert Macaire (gentleman at large): T. Thompson
Jacques Strop (his companion and toady): T. Hughes
Charles: Brunton
Pierre (head waiter): [W.] Attwood
Sergeant Loupy: [William] Searle
Louis: Henry
Francois: Montague
Marie: Mrs. Curling
Clementine: Miss H. Palmer

General, Song

General, Dance

General, Entertainment


21 July 1836
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 July 1836
playbill
New York Public Library

Post-seasonal Entertainment: Grand Masquerade

General, Dance

General, Dance Commentary

Seasonal Summary

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Doors open 6:30, curtain 6:45, half price 8:30.

Ticket prices: box 4/, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

28 Sep 1835 - 21 Jul 1836; 157 performances: 157 evening

Benefit (2):Mrs. Nisbett (14 Dec 1835)
T. Thompson (4 Apr 1836)
Dark (7):Ash Wednesday (17 Feb 1836)
Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1835)
Christmas (25 Dec 1835)
Good Friday (1 Apr 1836)
Preparing for the new management of Mrs. Nisbett (12 Nov 1835, 13 Nov 1835, 14 Nov 1835)
Lent (12):Elton's Gallery of Shakespeare, Widow Wiggins, Webster's Wallet of Whims (19 Feb 1836, 24 Feb 1836, 25 Feb 1836, 26 Feb 1836, 2 Mar 1836, 4 Mar 1836, 9 Mar 1836, 11 Mar 1836, 16 Mar 1836, 18 Mar 1836, 23 Mar 1836, 25 Mar 1836)
Passion Week (5):Howell's astronomy lectures (28 Mar 1836, 29 Mar 1836, 30 Mar 1836, 31 Mar 1836, 2 Apr 1836)
Post-seasonal Entertainment (1):Grand Masquerade (21 Jul 1836)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Mathews, Charles J.
Yates, Frederick H.
House managers:Nisbett, Mrs. John A. (after 16 November 1835)
Stage directors:Buckstone, John B.
Mathews, Charles J.
Mitchell
Stage managers:Mitchell (from The Queen's, after 9 November 1835)
Directors of music:Callcott, William H.
Box bookkeepers:Calvert
Property masters and mistresses:Foster, G.
Scene painters:Gordon
Pitt, Thomas H.
Tomkins, Charles
Stage mechanics:Evans, J.
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Godbee
Rayner, Miss E.
Printers:Thomas Jullion (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

Barnett, Morris Yellow Kids, The (19 Oct 1835)
Blewitt, Jonathan Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836)
Buckstone, John B. Christening, The (28 Sep 1835)
Dead Shot, A (23 Nov 1835)
Dream at Sea, The (23 Nov 1835)
Jewess, The (1 Dec 1835)
London Carrier, The (28 Sep 1835)
Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (3 Feb 1836)
Victorine; or, I'll Sleep on It (7 Mar 1836)
Callcott, William H. Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista, The (2 Nov 1835)
London Carrier, The (28 Sep 1835)
Mandrin; or, The Scourge of France (28 Sep 1835)
Dance, George Station House, The (16 Nov 1835)
Fitzball, Edward Jonathan Bradford; or, The Murder at the Road-side Inn (2 Nov 1835)
Holl, Henry Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836)
Jerrold, Douglas W. Doves in a Cage (18 Dec 1835)
Schoolmaster at Home, The (29 Feb 1836)
Mathews, Charles Truth; or, A Glass Too Much (12 Oct 1835)
Mathews, Charles J. Mandrin; or, The Scourge of France (28 Sep 1835)
Oxenford, John Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista, The (2 Nov 1835)
Pocock, Isaac Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime (21 Mar 1836)
Raymond, Richard J. Balance of Comfort, The; or, To Marry or Not to Marry (22 Feb 1836)
Reeve, George W. Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes (3 Feb 1836)
Rodwell, George H. Grace Huntley (4 Apr 1836)
Mysterious Family, The (5 Oct 1835)
Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (4 Apr 1836)
Victorine; or, I'll Sleep on It (7 Mar 1836)
Selby, Charles Hunting a Turtle (23 Nov 1835)
Married Rake, The (14 Dec 1835)
Rival Pages, The (16 Nov 1835)
Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large (4 Apr 1836)
Unfinished Gentleman, The (7 Mar 1836)
Widow's Victim, The (17 Dec 1835)
Serle, Thomas J. Ghost Story, A (4 Jan 1836)
Soane, George Luke Somerton (18 Jan 1836)
Zarah (16 Nov 1835)
Thompson, C. Pelham King's Command, The (26 Oct 1835)
Unknown Boys and Girls Come Out to Play; or, Harlequin Hunt the Slipper (4 Apr 1836)
Elfin Queen, The; or, The Battle of the Fairies (26 Dec 1835)
Family Peculiarities; or, The Sisters Three (1 Dec 1835)
Mazourka (7 Dec 1835)

Song Composers/Pieces

Callcott, William H. My Father Dear (2 Nov 1835)
Lover, Samuel Memory and Hope (2 Nov 1835)
Unlisted Popular song (16 Nov 1835)
Through the Wood, Through the Wood (17 Dec 1835)
Where the Bee Sucks (26 Dec 1835)

Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Ball, The (28 Sep 1835)
Burlesque pas de deux (17 Dec 1835)
Cornish clog dance (23 Nov 1835)
General country dance (23 Nov 1835)
Military pas (3 Feb 1836)
Morris dance (18 Jan 1836)
Pas de quatre (26 Dec 1835)
Pas seul (26 Dec 1835)
Spanish bolero (2 Nov 1835)

Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted Appearance of the corpse light (18 Jan 1836)
Entree of the Queen by torchlight, grand tableau (18 Jan 1836)
Funeral pyre of the last of the Roman tribunes (3 Feb 1836)
Grand entree of Queen Anne on her summer progress to Whitehaven attended by her court, guard of honor, etc. forming a magnificent procession of two hundred persons for which the stage will extend to the depth of one hundred feet and Mr. Davis's splendid stud of horses will appear (18 Jan 1836)
Grand entree of the new Mayor of Puddledock with knights on fully caparisoned steeds with a bodyguard of footmen in demi-cuirasses and coats of mail (1 Dec 1835)
Star of poesy breaking the gloom of common sense and shedding her everlasting beams on the fairies, The (26 Dec 1835)
Triumphal entry of Rienzi into Rome (3 Feb 1836)
Trumpet call of the enemy and preparation for battle—clouds of common sense—defeat of the fairies (26 Dec 1835)
Union of Gossamer and Nymphalin (26 Dec 1835)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Unattributed Apartment in Rienzi's Palace (3 Feb 1836)
Apartment in the palace (2 Nov 1835)
Banks of the River Loire; the ferry and the Salutation Inn (28 Sep 1835)
Bridge and Castle of St. Angelo, the (3 Feb 1836)
Broadstairs Pier, Kent (26 Dec 1835)
Campodoglio at Rome, the (3 Feb 1836)
Cavern and depot of plunder, the (21 Mar 1836)
Cellar under the Salutation Inn excavated in the bowels of the earth and discovering the descent of the well (28 Sep 1835)
Churchyard of St. Buryan on the Cliff (23 Nov 1835)
City and the Exchange, the (21 Mar 1836)
Cliffs and distant view of The Sea (18 Jan 1836)
Cornwall, St. Michael's Mount in the distance (23 Nov 1835)
Countess' boudoir, the (21 Mar 1836)
Devil's den (18 Jan 1836)
Dilapidated cedar hall (2 Nov 1835)
Drawing room in the Chateau de Montbrison opening into the illuminated saloon (28 Sep 1835)
Dungeon below the Chapel of Peel Castle (18 Jan 1836)
Dungeon beneath the Palace of Justice (28 Sep 1835)
Encampment of de Montreal (3 Feb 1836)
Evening banks of the Tiber (3 Feb 1836)
Exterior of a country inn (18 Jan 1836)
Exterior of a posada or Spanish inn near the City of Grenada, after a bull fight (2 Nov 1835)
Exterior of the capitol (3 Feb 1836)
Familiar street in the City of London with a view of the Aldgate Pump (1 Dec 1835)
Forest and the hotel, the (21 Mar 1836)
Gardens and pleasure grounds of Don Alvarez extending along the banks of the Darro (2 Nov 1835)
Gardens of the Red House, Battersea with a view of Chelsea College (1 Dec 1835)
Gate of San Lorenzo (3 Feb 1836)
Genteel parlour in the royal residence at Little Britain (1 Dec 1835)
George Inn on the Oxford Road, comprising the bar, little back parlor, Mr. Hayes' apartment and the two bedded room, The (2 Nov 1835)
Giant's Quoit, the (23 Nov 1835)
Glen in the forest of St. Andre and inlet to the cave (28 Sep 1835)
Gorge in the mountains, the bandit's bivouac, a (21 Mar 1836)
Gothic gallery in the Hall of Judgment (28 Sep 1835)
Grand square and surrounding city by torchlight (28 Sep 1835)
Gullall's dock yard (26 Dec 1835)
Hall in the house of Trevanion (23 Nov 1835)
High road to Portsmouth (26 Dec 1835)
Hut of Ralph the wrecker (23 Nov 1835)
Interior court and ramparts of the prison (21 Mar 1836)
Interior of Deeley's Glass Exhibition, Strand (26 Dec 1835)
Interior of Ikey Solomon's fence (1 Dec 1835)
Interior of Peel Chapel (18 Jan 1836)
Interior of Rienzi's Palace (3 Feb 1836)
Interior of the keep (2 Nov 1835)
Isle of Man, sea view (18 Jan 1836)
Jeweller's and card maker's, Pack Street (26 Dec 1835)
Large supper room at Trevanion's (23 Nov 1835)
Library of the Countess Melcour (21 Mar 1836)
Lobby leading to the Criminal Court in the Old Bailey (1 Dec 1835)
Logan Rock, the (23 Nov 1835)
Lone hovel on the seashore by moonlight (23 Nov 1835)
Markman's cottage (18 Jan 1836)
Moonlight doleful dell of the Elfin Queen (26 Dec 1835)
Moorish apartment in the Palace of Don Alverez (2 Nov 1835)
Moresco hall opening to the marble court of the bath (2 Nov 1835)
New beer shop at Rotherhithe (26 Dec 1835)
Nymphalin's bowers of revelry (26 Dec 1835)
Of the dragon fly, den (26 Dec 1835)
Panoramic view of London seen through an ancient washerman's shed, exhibiting a terrific brazen copper filled with boiling water for the immolation of the Jewess (1 Dec 1835)
Pawnbroker's shop and colonnade (21 Mar 1836)
Pendeen Vau, or the haunted cave at sunset (23 Nov 1835)
Place de la Bourse (21 Mar 1836)
Portico and terrace in the Chateau d'Orgelet (28 Sep 1835)
Prison, the villa, the fete, the (21 Mar 1836)
Private court of the palace (2 Nov 1835)
Ralph's hut (23 Nov 1835)
Rock of the Armed Knight at the Land's End, Cornwall (23 Nov 1835)
Rocks below Peel Castle (18 Jan 1836)
Roman Street (3 Feb 1836)
Ruins of the Tower of the Seven Vaults (2 Nov 1835)
Rushhole Common (26 Dec 1835)
Sea shore below the ramparts of Peel Castle (18 Jan 1836)
Sir Darkling's dismal haunt (26 Dec 1835)
Staymaker's, doctor's, newspaper offices, and inn yard (26 Dec 1835)
Street, a (3 Feb 1836)
Subterranean cavern and stronghold for plunder beneath extensive range of forest and distant glens (28 Sep 1835)
Sunlit saloon and elfin banqueting hall (26 Dec 1835)
Supposed haunt of the Mauthe Dog (18 Jan 1836)
Tower of Comares overlooking the City of Grenada by moonlight (2 Nov 1835)
Trevanion's house (23 Nov 1835)
Two chambers in the Black Eagle (21 Mar 1836)
Unfurnished apartment destined for the nuptial chamber in the Chateau de Brison (28 Sep 1835)
View of the munching house (1 Dec 1835)
Village of Neverfail on a market day, the (26 Dec 1835)
Walford's cottage (18 Jan 1836)
Whitehaven, gates of the town (18 Jan 1836)
Wreck of a west Indiaman (23 Nov 1835)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

*  Balance of Comfort, The; or, To Marry or Not to Marry

(Farce by Raymond, Richard J. (Author) (9 Performances, 22 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Summary Cast:

Boys and Girls Come Out to Play; or, Harlequin Hunt the Slipper

(Comic pantomime by Unknown (Author) (1 Performances, 4 Apr 1836)

Summary Cast:

*  Castilian Nobleman and the Contrabandista, The

(Melodrama, 3 acts) by Oxenford, John (Author); Callcott, William H. (Composer) (15 Performances, 2 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Summary Cast:

Christening, The

(Farce by Buckstone, John B. (Author) (6 Performances, 28 Sep 1835 - 3 Oct 1835)

Summary Cast:

Dead Shot, A

(Burletta by Buckstone, John B. (Author) (8 Performances, 23 Nov 1835 - 4 Apr 1836)

Summary Cast:

*  Doves in a Cage

(Comedy, 2 acts) by Jerrold, Douglas W. (Author) (16 Performances, 18 Dec 1835 - 2 Feb 1836)

Summary Cast:

*  Dream at Sea, The

(Drama, 3 acts) by Buckstone, John B. (Author) (43 Performances, 23 Nov 1835 - 13 Jan 1836)

Summary Cast:

*  Elfin Queen, The; or, The Battle of the Fairies

(Spectacle by Unknown (Author) (43 Performances, 26 Dec 1835 - 20 Feb 1836)

Summary Cast:

Family Peculiarities; or, The Sisters Three

(Burletta by Unknown (Author) (11 Performances, 1 Dec 1835 - 12 Dec 1835)

Summary Cast:

*  Ghost Story, A

(Drama, 2 acts) by Serle, Thomas J. (Author) (18 Performances, 4 Jan 1836 - 23 Jan 1836)

Summary Cast:

Grace Huntley

(Melodrama, 3 acts) by Holl, Henry (Author) (1 Performances, 4 Apr 1836)

Summary Cast:

Hunting a Turtle

(Farce, 1 act) by Selby, Charles (Author) (7 Performances, 23 Nov 1835 - 30 Nov 1835)

Summary Cast:

Jewess, The

(Burlesque by Buckstone, John B. (Author) (20 Performances, 1 Dec 1835 - 23 Dec 1835)

Summary Cast:

Jonathan Bradford; or, The Murder at the Road-side Inn

(Melodrama, (2 acts)) by Fitzball, Edward (Author) (3 Performances, 2 Nov 1835 - 4 Nov 1835)

Summary Cast:

*  King's Command, The

(Drama, 2 acts) by Thompson, C. Pelham (Author) (12 Performances, 26 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835)

Summary Cast:

*  London Carrier, The

(Burletta, 2 acts) by Buckstone, John B. (Author); Callcott, William H. (Composer) (18 Performances, 28 Sep 1835 - 31 Oct 1835)

Summary Cast:

*  Luke Somerton

(Melodrama, 3 acts) by Soane, George (Author) (36 Performances, 18 Jan 1836 - 5 Mar 1836)

Summary Cast:

*  Mandrin; or, The Scourge of France

(Melodrama, 3 acts) by Mathews, Charles J. (Author); Callcott, William H. (Composer) (24 Performances, 28 Sep 1835 - 24 Oct 1835)

Summary Cast:

Married Rake, The

(Comedy by Selby, Charles (Author) (4 Performances, 14 Dec 1835 - 17 Dec 1835)

Summary Cast:

Mazourka

(Burletta by Unknown (Author) (9 Performances, 7 Dec 1835 - 16 Dec 1835)

Summary Cast:

*  Mysterious Family, The

(Farce by Rodwell, George H. (Author) (33 Performances, 5 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835)

Summary Cast:

Oscar the Bandit; or, The March of Crime

(Romantic drama, 3 parts) by Pocock, Isaac (Author) (4 Performances, 21 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836)

Summary Cast:

*  Rienzi; or, The Last of the Tribunes

(Romantic drama, 3 acts) by Buckstone, John B. (Author); Reeve, George W. (Composer) (29 Performances, 3 Feb 1836 - 19 Mar 1836)

Summary Cast:

Rival Pages, The

(Comedy by Selby, Charles (Author) (6 Performances, 16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Summary Cast:

Robert Macaire; or, The Exploits of a Gentleman at Large

(Melodrama by Selby, Charles (Author) (1 Performances, 4 Apr 1836)

Summary Cast:

Schoolmaster at Home, The

(Farce by Jerrold, Douglas W. (Author) (4 Performances, 29 Feb 1836 - 5 Mar 1836)

Summary Cast:

Station House, The

(Farce by Dance, George (Author) (6 Performances, 16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Summary Cast:

Truth; or, A Glass Too Much

(Burletta by Mathews, Charles J. (Author) (12 Performances, 12 Oct 1835 - 24 Oct 1835)

Summary Cast:

Unfinished Gentleman, The

(Burletta, 2 acts) by Selby, Charles (Author) (7 Performances, 7 Mar 1836 - 17 Mar 1836)

Summary Cast:

Victorine; or, I'll Sleep on It

(Drama, 3 acts) by Buckstone, John B. (Author) (12 Performances, 7 Mar 1836 - 26 Mar 1836)

Summary Cast:

*  Widow's Victim, The

(Operatic farce by Selby, Charles (Author) (13 Performances, 17 Dec 1835 - 2 Jan 1836)

Summary Cast:

*  Yellow Kids, The

(Farce by Barnett, Morris (Author) (18 Performances, 19 Oct 1835 - 11 Nov 1835)

Summary Cast:

Zarah

(Romantic drama by Soane, George (Author) (6 Performances, 16 Nov 1835 - 21 Nov 1835)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Attwood, W.

Bennett, W.

Blake

Brooks

Brown

Brunton

Brunton, Master

Buckstone, John B.

Chickely

Chippendale, William H.

Dalton

Daly, J.

Dicks, Master

Elton

Elton, Edward W.

Forbes

French, Master

Fry

Gallot

Gee, Master

George

Gibson

Goldsmid

Green

Hemming, Henry

Henry

Hollingsworth

Hughes, T.

James, Master

Johnson

Johnson, Master H.

Johnson, Master J.

Jones

Jones, Master

Keene

King

Knapp

Lee, R. Nelson

Lewis, Master

Lyon

Manders

Mercer

Mitchell

Montague

Nixon, Master

Palmer, S.

Parker, Master

Pattison

Paulding

Pratt

Price

Ravel, Antoine

Ravel, Gabriel

Ravel, Jerome

Roberts, Master

Roberts, H. B.

Robins

Rule, Master

Ryan, Master

Sanders

Santer

Searle, William

Smith, O.

Smith, Stephen

Taylor

Thompson, T.

Tree, Master

Unlisted

Upsdell

Vining, Frederick

Walsh

Webster, Benjamin N.

Wells, Master

Wild, Master

Wilkinson, James P.

Williams

Williams, Master

Willing

Willing, Master

Willis, Master

Worrell

Wrench, Benjamin

Wright

Young, Master

Younge, Richard

Actresses

Abbot, Miss

Aldridge, Miss

Ayres, Miss

Barnett, Miss Millie

Blake, Miss

Boaden, Miss

Bodmin, Miss Rosa

Brunton, Miss

Carson, Miss Josephine

Clifford, Miss Ellen

Cooke, Miss

Cox, Miss

Cross, Miss

Curling, Mrs.

Dale, Mrs.

Dalrymple, Miss

Daly, Miss

Daly, Mrs.

Elder, Miss

Ellis, Miss

French, Miss

Fry, Miss

Gallot, Miss

Gallot, Mrs.

Gallot, Miss M.

Gordon, Miss

Gordon, Mrs.

Green, Miss

Griffiths, Miss Leone

Hark, Miss

Harrington, Miss

Hicks, Miss A.

Hicks, Miss O.

Honey, Mrs. Laura

Hunt, Miss

Hunt, Miss A.

Jackson, Miss

Jackson, Miss A.

Jones, Miss

Josephine, Miss

Keeley, Mrs. Robert

Lane, Miss

Leat, Miss

Levy, Miss

Lightfoot, Miss

Marchant, Miss

Mary, M?

Mordaunt, Miss

Mordaunt, Miss Jane

Murray, Miss

Naylor, Mrs.

Neal, Miss

Nisbett, Mrs. John A.

O'Neil, Miss

Palmer, Miss H.

Parker, Miss C.

Parker, Miss E.

Parker, Miss M.

Pitt, Miss

Platt, Miss

Rose, Miss

Ryan, Miss

Sale, Miss

Santer, Miss J.

Shaw, Miss

Shaw, Miss M.

Stirling, Mrs. Edward

Sutton, Miss

Tabotte, Miss

Vincent, Miss Eliza

Walsh, Miss

Wells, Miss

Wilton, Miss

Wrighton, Miss

Young, Mrs.

Dancers

Bodmin, Miss Rosa

Brown

Buckstone, John B.

Clifford, Miss Ellen

Daly, Miss

Gibson

Griffiths, Miss Leone

Honey, Mrs. Laura

Josephine, Miss

King

Lane, Miss

Naylor, Mrs.

Pitt, Miss

Rose, Miss

Stirling, Mrs. Edward

Webster, Benjamin N.

Entertainers

Buckstone, John B.

Elton

Honey, Mrs. Laura

Ravel, Antoine

Ravel, Gabriel

Ravel, Jerome

Stirling, Mrs. Edward

Thompson, T.

Webster, Benjamin N.

Musicians

Honey, Mrs. Laura

Singers

Daly, J.

Honey, Mrs. Laura

Keeley, Mrs. Robert

General Music Composers/Pieces

Auber, Daniel F. Fiancee, La (23 Nov 1835)
Fra Diavolo (26 Dec 1835)
Beethoven, Herr Ludwig van Deux Nuits, Les (4 Jan 1836)
Prometheus (23 Nov 1835)
Reeve, George W. Masaniello (3 Feb 1836)
Rossini, Gioacchino A. Italiani in Algieri (26 Dec 1835)
Tancredi (23 Nov 1835)
Unlisted Zampa (4 Jan 1836)

General Song Composers/Pieces

Unlisted Humours of Donnybrook Fair, The (4 Apr 1836)
Twilight Fades on the Western Hills, The (16 Nov 1835)

General Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Grand divertissement (4 Apr 1836)
Grand Masquerade (21 Jul 1836)
Grotesque dance (16 Nov 1835)
New morris dance (16 Nov 1835)

General Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Gallery of Shakespeare (19 Feb 1836)
Introductory address (26 Dec 1835)
Poses plastiques (21 Mar 1836)
Reading The Gazette (19 Nov 1835)
Specimens from the Antique (4 Apr 1836)
Vol-au-vent; or, A Night's Adventure (12 Mar 1836)
Wallet of Whims (19 Feb 1836)
Widow Wiggins (19 Feb 1836)



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Copyright © 1988, 1992, 2013 and 2016 by Alfred L. Nelson, Gilbert B. Cross, Joseph Donohue.
Originally published by Greenwood Press as The Sans Pareil Theatre 1806-1819, Adelphi Theatre 1819-1850: An Index to Authors, Titles, Performers, 1988, and The Adelphi Theatre 1850-1900: An Index to Authors, Titles, Performers and Management, 1992.
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The Adelphi Theatre Calendar revised, reconstructed and amplified.  Copyright © 2013 and 2016  by Alfred L. Nelson, Gilbert B. Cross, Joseph Donohue.  This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License, with the exception of graphics from The Clip Art Book, edited by Gerard Quinn and published by Crescent in 1990.  These images are reproduced in accord with the publisher’s note, which states "The Clip Art Book is a new compilation of illustrations that are in the public domain.  The individual illustrations are copyright free and may be reproduced without permission or payment.  However, the selection of illustrations and their layout is the copyright of the publisher, so that one page or more may not be photocopied or reproduced without first contacting the publishers."