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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 1843-1844

Edited by Franklin & Mary Case

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

No change occurred in the proprietorship of the theatre this season; Thomas Gladstane continued as the lessee.  The stage manager was Edward Stirling, who, as in the previous season, also served as the in-house dramatist.  His piece, The Bohemians, was by far the most played (seventy-one times).

The New York Morning Herald bade "farewell" to English drama in this year.  "It is evident that the English drama on both sides of the Atlantic is on its last legs.  And it is also very clear that this state of decrepitude has been the result as much, if not more, from the want of machinery to keep it up, as from the change in public taste" (quoted in the Theatrical Observer, 3 January 1844).

In England, adaptations of Charles Dickens' novels continued.  A Christmas Carol was dramatized at four theatres, and Edward Stirling's version proved as popular as his Barnaby Rudge of the penultimate season.

A review from the Times is indicative of the high acclaim accorded A Christmas Carol.

In it, the whole comic strength of the house is engaged, and all play their parts well.  The spectral appearance of the defunct partner of the old miser is admirably managed—a better ghost was never put upon the stage.  He renders night not only hideous but also ludicrous, and many of the more unsophisticated part of the audience scarcely know whether to be frightened or to shake with laughter.  Mr. O. Smith, Mr. Wright, Mr. Forman, Mr. Sanders, and Mrs. F. Matthews played their parts well.  The house rewarded their exertions by long, loud, and rapturous applause.

Other papers were equally positive in their reviews.  The Morning Chronicle, the Examiner, Morning Post, Sunday Times, Bell's Life in London, and Weekly Dispatch all gave excellent, favorable reviews:

A burlesque version of Richard III was performed in February.  Shakespeare's version was being occasionally played at Drury Lane, somewhat incongruously yoked with Harlequin and King Pepin.  Charles Kean was playing the evil Richard.  The Adelphi piece was highly ludicrous, and "Wright greatly added to the humour of the burlesque by imitating Charles Kean, and in the last scene where he fights with Richmond, he convulsed the house with laughter" (Theatrical Observer, 14 February 1844).

In March, a new melodrama appeared titled Ulrica; or, The Prisoner of State, it commanded a large cast, new scenery, and splendid effects.  The plot gives some idea of the piece.

Ernest de Frideburg (Lyon) is falsely charged with treason to his king, Frederick II, of Prussia (Braid).  His daughter, Ulrica (Mrs. Yates), grows up in ignorance of her true parentage.  She learns by chance of her father's imprisonment and goes to seek him, sinking exhausted at the mountain pass near her father's prison.  Here she meets Herman, a dumb boy (Wieland) who is to be her father's jailer.  He bears a letter of recommendation from de Frideburg's enemy, the Count D'Osborn (Maynard).  The dumb boy attempts Ulrica's life for a gold cross she wears.  A sudden storm fortuitously precipitates Herman to his ruin over the cliff edge.  Ulrica has his letter and becomes her father's jailer in disguise.  Count D'Osborn, who has forced Ulrica's true mother to marry him, apprehends the father and daughter attempting to escape.  He determines to kill de Frideburg, but the honest Burl (O. Smith) saves him.  The King learns what has occurred and condemns the villainous D'Osborn to death.  Phelim O'Tug (Hamilton) makes successful suit to Christine (Miss Chaplin) in a subplot.

This Gothic melodrama failed to please, despite the efforts of the company, and had to be withdrawn after a dozen performances.

29 March was the last night of the regular season and was Wright's benefit, supported by Paul J. Bedford and James P. Wilkinson.

On this night, Wright and Miss Woolgar performed the dance from Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled; it was the "gitanacachucacracoviennebolerotarantella."  The night's performance culminated with fireworks.  As the bill put it, "Mr. W. H. Darby, Artist to the Royal Gardens, Vauxhall, and the Theatres Royal, will, at the termination of the Performance, exhibit a Superb Display of Fire-Works!  In representation of the Finale to a General Pyrotechnic Display, as exhibited in the Gardens of Versailles.  This Beautiful Tableaux will encompass the entire stage."

The post seasonal entertainment saw the ever-popular Henry Anderson, the Great Wizard of the North, returning to the Adelphi.  Malone Raymond—"the clever representative of Hibernian characters" assisted him.  Raymond had successfully given his dramatic and musical monopolylogues in Liverpool and other provincial towns.

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2 October 1843
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Marie (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Nicoll, IV, 260—"licenced as Marie; or, The Pearl of Savoy"

Author: [Charles Z. Barnett]

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Next 3 October 1843

Genre:  (Melodrama) powerful domestic drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Count de Fleury: Lyon
Andre (Marquis de Sivry): [George R.] Braid (of TR Bristol, 1st app here)
Loustalot (father to Marie): O. Smith
Pierrot (a Savoyard): R. Hughes (late of TR DL)
Laroque (secretary to Count de Fleury): Sanders
Mons. Granville: Leigh Smith
Charles: Freeborn
Savoyards:
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Brown
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Mott
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Bell
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Clifford
      Miss May
      Page
      Hunt
      Gilmer
      Rivers
      Jones
      Bowtal
      Butler
      Shaw
pages:
      Butler
      Honey
guests:
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Jones
ladies:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Turnour
Marie (the Pearl of Savoy): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Sivry: Mrs. David Lee (from TR Bristol, 1st app here)
Mademoiselle Delbec: Miss Wiltshire
Madeline (mother to Marie): Mrs. Woolidge
Fanchette: Miss Mott
Lucille: Miss Berenger
Conchon: Miss Emma Stanley

Cast Commentary

Song

Scenery Description

2)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever Nicoll gives 1st perf as 9/11/1843 at Queens. Based on Pixerecourt's Ondine; ou, la Nymph des Eaux (Paris 17 Feb 1830)

Author: Edward Fitzball; Choreographer: Fred Frampton; Composer: George H. Rodwell; Composer: Signor [Cesare] Pugni

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Next 3 October 1843

Genre:  (Ballet opera) grand operatic ballet spectacle; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

(mortals)
      Nicolo (fisherman): [George] Maynard
      Matteo (young fisherman under the influence of the Naiad's spell): [Fred] Frampton
      Girillo Snitchimbosa (renovator, or tailor): [Edward R.] Wright
      Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
      Bartolo: Aldridge
      fishermen:
            Gilmer
            Woodfield
            Jones
            Hunt
      Italian peasants:
            Payne
            Rivers
            Wilson
            Shaw
      Giannina (daughter to Nicolo, betrothed to Matteo): Miss Bromley (1st app)
      wedding guests, visitors:
            Miss Mott
            Miss A. Hicks
            Miss Angelina
            Miss Bell
            Miss Brown
            Miss Heavens
            Miss Aldridge
            Miss Turnour
            Miss Strong
            Miss Maynard
            Miss Clifford
            Miss Berenger
(Spirits of the Silvery Wave)
      Aquarina (Queen of the Water Spirits): Mrs. Woolidge
      Ondine, the Naiad (her daughter): Mlle. Céleste Stephan (from the Conservatoire, Paris, 1st app on English stage)
(Spirits of the Silvery Wave: naiads)
      Lotus: Miss Bullen
      Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
      Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
      Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
      Pearl: Miss Mars
      Emerald Green: Miss Morris
      Water Lily: Miss Brown
      Sparkling Gem: Miss Fenton
(Demons of the Flood)
      Khuleborn (the Storm Demon): [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

Music

Music Commentary

Song

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery Description

3)  Binks the Bagman (1)

Author: [Joseph S. Coyne]

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Next 3 October 1843

Genre:  (Farce)

First Night Cast:

Binks (the Bagman): [Edward R.] Wright
Kit Crimmins: R. Hughes
Jack Robinson: S[tephen] Smith
Thomas: Sanders
Boots: Butler
Mrs. Crimmins: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Robinson: Miss Mott
Mary: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

General, Song


3 October 1843
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Marie (2)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 2 October 1843; Next 4 October 1843

Cast:

Count de Fleury: Lyon
Andre: [George R.] Braid
Loustalot: O. Smith
Pierrot: R. Hughes
Laroque: Sanders
Mons. Granville: Leigh Smith
Charles: Freeborn
Savoyards:
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Brown
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Mott
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Bell
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Clifford
      Miss May
      Page
      Hunt
      Gilmer
      Rivers
      Jones
      Bowtal
      Butler
      Shaw
pages:
      Butler
      Honey
guests:
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Jones
ladies:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Turnour
Marie: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Sivry: Mrs. David Lee
Mademoiselle Delbec: Miss Wiltshire
Madeline: Mrs. Woolidge
Fanchette: Miss Mott
Lucille: Miss Berenger
Conchon: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (2)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 2 October 1843; Next 4 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Fenton
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

3)  Binks the Bagman (2)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 2 October 1843; Next 4 October 1843

Cast:

Binks: [Edward R.] Wright
Kit Crimmins: R. Hughes
Jack Robinson: S[tephen] Smith
Thomas: Sanders
Boots: Butler
Mrs. Crimmins: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Robinson: Miss Mott
Mary: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

4 October 1843
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Marie (3)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 3 October 1843; Next 5 October 1843

Cast:

Count de Fleury: Lyon
Andre: [George R.] Braid
Loustalot: O. Smith
Pierrot: R. Hughes
Laroque: Sanders
Mons. Granville: Leigh Smith
Charles: Freeborn
Savoyards:
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Brown
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Mott
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Bell
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Clifford
      Miss May
      Page
      Hunt
      Gilmer
      Rivers
      Jones
      Bowtal
      Butler
      Shaw
pages:
      Butler
      Honey
guests:
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Jones
ladies:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Turnour
Marie: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Sivry: Mrs. David Lee
Mademoiselle Delbec: Miss Wiltshire
Madeline: Mrs. Woolidge
Fanchette: Miss Mott
Lucille: Miss Berenger
Conchon: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (3)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 3 October 1843; Next 5 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Fenton
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

3)  Binks the Bagman (3)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 3 October 1843; Next 5 October 1843

Cast:

Binks: [Edward R.] Wright
Kit Crimmins: R. Hughes
Jack Robinson: S[tephen] Smith
Thomas: Sanders
Boots: Butler
Mrs. Crimmins: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Robinson: Miss Mott
Mary: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

5 October 1843
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Marie (4)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 4 October 1843; Next 6 October 1843

Cast:

Count de Fleury: Lyon
Andre: [George R.] Braid
Loustalot: O. Smith
Pierrot: R. Hughes
Laroque: Sanders
Mons. Granville: Leigh Smith
Charles: Freeborn
Savoyards:
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Brown
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Mott
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Bell
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Clifford
      Miss May
      Page
      Hunt
      Gilmer
      Rivers
      Jones
      Bowtal
      Butler
      Shaw
pages:
      Butler
      Honey
guests:
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Jones
ladies:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Turnour
Marie: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Sivry: Mrs. David Lee
Mademoiselle Delbec: Miss Wiltshire
Madeline: Mrs. Woolidge
Fanchette: Miss Mott
Lucille: Miss Berenger
Conchon: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (4)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 4 October 1843; Next 6 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Fenton
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

3)  Binks the Bagman (4)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 4 October 1843; Next 6 October 1843

Cast:

Binks: [Edward R.] Wright
Kit Crimmins: R. Hughes
Jack Robinson: S[tephen] Smith
Thomas: Sanders
Boots: Butler
Mrs. Crimmins: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Robinson: Miss Mott
Mary: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

6 October 1843
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Marie (5)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 5 October 1843; Next 7 October 1843

Cast:

Count de Fleury: Lyon
Andre: [George R.] Braid
Loustalot: O. Smith
Pierrot: R. Hughes
Laroque: Sanders
Mons. Granville: Leigh Smith
Charles: Freeborn
Savoyards:
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Brown
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Mott
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Bell
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Clifford
      Miss May
      Page
      Hunt
      Gilmer
      Rivers
      Jones
      Bowtal
      Butler
      Shaw
pages:
      Butler
      Honey
guests:
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Jones
ladies:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Turnour
Marie: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Sivry: Mrs. David Lee
Mademoiselle Delbec: Miss Wiltshire
Madeline: Mrs. Woolidge
Fanchette: Miss Mott
Lucille: Miss Berenger
Conchon: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (5)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 5 October 1843; Next 7 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Fenton
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

3)  Binks the Bagman (5)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 5 October 1843; Next 7 October 1843

Cast:

Binks: [Edward R.] Wright
Kit Crimmins: R. Hughes
Jack Robinson: S[tephen] Smith
Thomas: Sanders
Boots: Butler
Mrs. Crimmins: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Robinson: Miss Mott
Mary: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

7 October 1843
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Marie (6)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 6 October 1843; Next 9 October 1843

Cast:

Count de Fleury: Lyon
Andre: [George R.] Braid
Loustalot: O. Smith
Pierrot: R. Hughes
Laroque: Sanders
Mons. Granville: Leigh Smith
Charles: Freeborn
Savoyards:
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Brown
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Mott
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Bell
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Clifford
      Miss May
      Page
      Hunt
      Gilmer
      Rivers
      Jones
      Bowtal
      Butler
      Shaw
pages:
      Butler
      Honey
guests:
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Jones
ladies:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Turnour
Marie: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Sivry: Mrs. David Lee
Mademoiselle Delbec: Miss Wiltshire
Madeline: Mrs. Woolidge
Fanchette: Miss Mott
Lucille: Miss Berenger
Conchon: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (6)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 6 October 1843; Next 9 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Fenton
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

3)  Binks the Bagman (6)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 6 October 1843

Cast:

Binks: [Edward R.] Wright
Kit Crimmins: R. Hughes
Jack Robinson: S[tephen] Smith
Thomas: Sanders
Boots: Butler
Mrs. Crimmins: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Robinson: Miss Mott
Mary: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

9 October 1843
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Marie (7)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 7 October 1843; Next 10 October 1843

Cast:

Count de Fleury: Lyon
Andre: [George R.] Braid
Loustalot: O. Smith
Pierrot: R. Hughes
Laroque: Sanders
Mons. Granville: Leigh Smith
Charles: Freeborn
Savoyards:
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Brown
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Mott
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Bell
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Clifford
      Miss May
      Page
      Hunt
      Gilmer
      Rivers
      Jones
      Bowtal
      Butler
      Shaw
pages:
      Butler
      Honey
guests:
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Jones
ladies:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Turnour
Marie: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Sivry: Mrs. David Lee
Mademoiselle Delbec: Miss Wiltshire
Madeline: Mrs. Woolidge
Fanchette: Miss Mott
Lucille: Miss Berenger
Conchon: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (1)

Title Comment:  variant DFo bill does not show this piece

Author: [Charles Selby]

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Next 10 October 1843

Genre:  (Burlesque) revived burletta; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  The Moral Philosopher (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Charles Selby]

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Next 10 October 1843

Genre:  (Farce) new burletta

First Night Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt (a dramatic amateur): [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard (the moral philosopher): O. Smith
Remi (innkeeper): R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville (a dramatic star): Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou (Norman nurse with a baby): Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau (an eccentric lady): Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka (a Chinese): Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto (wife of Remi): Miss Butler (1st time)

Song

Dance

Spectacle

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (7)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 7 October 1843; Next 10 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

Cast Changes:

BUT  Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee (replaces Miss Fenton)

10 October 1843
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Marie (8)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 9 October 1843; Next 11 October 1843

Cast:

Count de Fleury: Lyon
Andre: [George R.] Braid
Loustalot: O. Smith
Pierrot: R. Hughes
Laroque: Sanders
Mons. Granville: Leigh Smith
Charles: Freeborn
Savoyards:
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Brown
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Mott
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Bell
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Clifford
      Miss May
      Page
      Hunt
      Gilmer
      Rivers
      Jones
      Bowtal
      Butler
      Shaw
pages:
      Butler
      Honey
guests:
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Jones
ladies:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Turnour
Marie: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Sivry: Mrs. David Lee
Mademoiselle Delbec: Miss Wiltshire
Madeline: Mrs. Woolidge
Fanchette: Miss Mott
Lucille: Miss Berenger
Conchon: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (2)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 9 October 1843; Next 11 October 1843

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  The Moral Philosopher (2)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 9 October 1843; Next 11 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (8)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 9 October 1843; Next 11 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

11 October 1843
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Marie (9)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 10 October 1843; Next 12 October 1843

Cast:

Count de Fleury: Lyon
Andre: [George R.] Braid
Loustalot: O. Smith
Pierrot: R. Hughes
Laroque: Sanders
Mons. Granville: Leigh Smith
Charles: Freeborn
Savoyards:
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Brown
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Mott
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Bell
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Clifford
      Miss May
      Page
      Hunt
      Gilmer
      Rivers
      Jones
      Bowtal
      Butler
      Shaw
pages:
      Butler
      Honey
guests:
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Jones
ladies:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Turnour
Marie: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Sivry: Mrs. David Lee
Mademoiselle Delbec: Miss Wiltshire
Madeline: Mrs. Woolidge
Fanchette: Miss Mott
Lucille: Miss Berenger
Conchon: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (3)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 10 October 1843; Next 12 October 1843

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  The Moral Philosopher (3)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 10 October 1843; Next 12 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (9)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 10 October 1843; Next 12 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

12 October 1843
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Marie (10)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 11 October 1843; Next 13 October 1843

Cast:

Count de Fleury: Lyon
Andre: [George R.] Braid
Loustalot: O. Smith
Pierrot: R. Hughes
Laroque: Sanders
Mons. Granville: Leigh Smith
Charles: Freeborn
Savoyards:
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Brown
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Mott
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Bell
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Clifford
      Miss May
      Page
      Hunt
      Gilmer
      Rivers
      Jones
      Bowtal
      Butler
      Shaw
pages:
      Butler
      Honey
guests:
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Jones
ladies:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Turnour
Marie: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Sivry: Mrs. David Lee
Mademoiselle Delbec: Miss Wiltshire
Madeline: Mrs. Woolidge
Fanchette: Miss Mott
Lucille: Miss Berenger
Conchon: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (4)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 11 October 1843; Next 13 October 1843

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  The Moral Philosopher (4)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 11 October 1843; Next 13 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (10)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 11 October 1843; Next 13 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

13 October 1843
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Marie (11)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 12 October 1843; Next 14 October 1843

Cast:

Count de Fleury: Lyon
Andre: [George R.] Braid
Loustalot: O. Smith
Pierrot: R. Hughes
Laroque: Sanders
Mons. Granville: Leigh Smith
Charles: Freeborn
Savoyards:
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Brown
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Mott
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Bell
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Clifford
      Miss May
      Page
      Hunt
      Gilmer
      Rivers
      Jones
      Bowtal
      Butler
      Shaw
pages:
      Butler
      Honey
guests:
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Jones
ladies:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Turnour
Marie: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Sivry: Mrs. David Lee
Mademoiselle Delbec: Miss Wiltshire
Madeline: Mrs. Woolidge
Fanchette: Miss Mott
Lucille: Miss Berenger
Conchon: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (5)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 12 October 1843; Next 14 October 1843

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  The Moral Philosopher (5)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 12 October 1843; Next 14 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (11)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 12 October 1843; Next 14 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

14 October 1843
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Marie (12)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 13 October 1843

Cast:

Count de Fleury: Lyon
Andre: [George R.] Braid
Loustalot: O. Smith
Pierrot: R. Hughes
Laroque: Sanders
Mons. Granville: Leigh Smith
Charles: Freeborn
Savoyards:
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Brown
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Mott
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Bell
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Clifford
      Miss May
      Page
      Hunt
      Gilmer
      Rivers
      Jones
      Bowtal
      Butler
      Shaw
pages:
      Butler
      Honey
guests:
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Jones
ladies:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Turnour
Marie: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Sivry: Mrs. David Lee
Mademoiselle Delbec: Miss Wiltshire
Madeline: Mrs. Woolidge
Fanchette: Miss Mott
Lucille: Miss Berenger
Conchon: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (6)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 13 October 1843; Next 19 October 1843

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  The Moral Philosopher (6)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 13 October 1843; Next 16 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (12)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 13 October 1843; Next 16 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

16 October 1843
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Roll of the Drum (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever licensed as Military Marriage; or, The Roll of the Drum

Author: Thomas E. Wilks

Performances:  First 16 October 1843; Next 17 October 1843

Genre:  (Melodrama) new military drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Ernest Viscount d'Obernay: [George] Maynard
Captain Charles Aubri (of the 24th Regiment): Aldridge
Lucius Junius Brutus (drum-major of the 24th): S[tephen] Smith
Oscar: Lyon
Valentine (his comrade and servant): [George R.] Braid
Simon: Sanders
Peter Peaflower: R. Hughes
Corporal Fauchon: Freeborn
Le Petit Tambour: Master Lightfoot
soldiers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Emilie (Countess de Renville): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Martha (an old nurse): Mrs. Woolidge
Rosalie (a suttler of the 24th): Miss Emma Stanley

Song

2)  The Moral Philosopher (7)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 14 October 1843; Next 17 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

3)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (13)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 14 October 1843; Next 17 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

17 October 1843
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Roll of the Drum (2)

Performances:  First 16 October 1843; Previous 16 October 1843; Next 18 October 1843

Cast:

Ernest Viscount d'Obernay: [George] Maynard
Captain Charles Aubri: Aldridge
Lucius Junius Brutus: S[tephen] Smith
Oscar: Lyon
Valentine: [George R.] Braid
Simon: Sanders
Peter Peaflower: R. Hughes
Corporal Fauchon: Freeborn
Le Petit Tambour: Master Lightfoot
soldiers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Emilie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Martha: Mrs. Woolidge
Rosalie: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  The Moral Philosopher (8)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 16 October 1843; Next 18 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

3)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (14)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 16 October 1843; Next 18 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

18 October 1843
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Roll of the Drum (3)

Performances:  First 16 October 1843; Previous 17 October 1843; Next 19 October 1843

Cast:

Ernest Viscount d'Obernay: [George] Maynard
Captain Charles Aubri: Aldridge
Lucius Junius Brutus: S[tephen] Smith
Oscar: Lyon
Valentine: [George R.] Braid
Simon: Sanders
Peter Peaflower: R. Hughes
Corporal Fauchon: Freeborn
Le Petit Tambour: Master Lightfoot
soldiers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Emilie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Martha: Mrs. Woolidge
Rosalie: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  The Moral Philosopher (9)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 17 October 1843; Next 19 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

3)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (15)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 17 October 1843; Next 19 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

19 October 1843
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
19 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Roll of the Drum (4)

Performances:  First 16 October 1843; Previous 18 October 1843; Next 20 October 1843

Cast:

Ernest Viscount d'Obernay: [George] Maynard
Captain Charles Aubri: Aldridge
Lucius Junius Brutus: S[tephen] Smith
Oscar: Lyon
Valentine: [George R.] Braid
Simon: Sanders
Peter Peaflower: R. Hughes
Corporal Fauchon: Freeborn
Le Petit Tambour: Master Lightfoot
soldiers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Emilie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Martha: Mrs. Woolidge
Rosalie: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (7)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 14 October 1843; Next 20 October 1843

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  The Moral Philosopher (10)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 18 October 1843; Next 20 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (16)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 18 October 1843; Next 20 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

20 October 1843
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Roll of the Drum (5)

Performances:  First 16 October 1843; Previous 19 October 1843; Next 21 October 1843

Cast:

Ernest Viscount d'Obernay: [George] Maynard
Captain Charles Aubri: Aldridge
Lucius Junius Brutus: S[tephen] Smith
Oscar: Lyon
Valentine: [George R.] Braid
Simon: Sanders
Peter Peaflower: R. Hughes
Corporal Fauchon: Freeborn
Le Petit Tambour: Master Lightfoot
soldiers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Emilie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Martha: Mrs. Woolidge
Rosalie: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (8)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 19 October 1843; Next 21 October 1843

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  The Moral Philosopher (11)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 19 October 1843; Next 21 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (17)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 19 October 1843; Next 21 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

21 October 1843
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Roll of the Drum (6)

Performances:  First 16 October 1843; Previous 20 October 1843

Cast:

Ernest Viscount d'Obernay: [George] Maynard
Captain Charles Aubri: Aldridge
Lucius Junius Brutus: S[tephen] Smith
Oscar: Lyon
Valentine: [George R.] Braid
Simon: Sanders
Peter Peaflower: R. Hughes
Corporal Fauchon: Freeborn
Le Petit Tambour: Master Lightfoot
soldiers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Emilie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Martha: Mrs. Woolidge
Rosalie: Miss Emma Stanley

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (9)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 20 October 1843; Next 18 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  The Moral Philosopher (12)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 20 October 1843; Next 23 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (18)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 20 October 1843; Next 23 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

23 October 1843
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
23 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Author: [John B.] Buckstone

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Next 24 October 1843

Genre:  (Melodrama) dramatic burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

(characters in Act I: Winter)
      Miles Bertram (Squire of Moatley Manor): Lyon
      Walter Bernard (young farmer): [George] Maynard
      Captain Grampus (smuggler): O. Smith (his original character)
      Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
      Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
      William: Honey
      Andrew Phipps: Sanders
      Thomas: Shaw
      Harry: Butler
      lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
      Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
      Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
      Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
      Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
(characters in Act II)
      Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
      Blackadder (pirate): S[tephen] Smith
      Grampus (outcast): O. Smith
      Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
      Walter (a sailor): [George] Maynard
      Jemmy Starling (married man): R. Hughes
      Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
      Avory: Leigh Smith
      Culverdine: Leslie
      Smith: Nye
      Barbelot: Aldridge
      sailor: Page
      Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
      Bella (bride): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
      Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
      Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
      peasants:
            Bowtal
            Brunton
            Gilmer
            Hunt
            Langabeer
            Mott
            Payne
            Rivers
            Williamson
            Woodfield
      village lasses:
            Miss Aldridge
            Miss Angelina
            Miss Berenger
            Miss Beresford
            Miss Bell
            Miss Bown
            Miss Brown
            Miss Clifford
            Miss Fenton
            Miss Heavens
            Miss A. Hicks
            Miss Lee
            Miss Mars
            Miss Morris
            Miss Mott
            Miss Strong
            Miss Turnour
            Miss [Louisa] Waite
            Miss Wiltshire

Song

Scenery Description

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; appears on bill this week only as Race for a Wife

Author: Edward Stirling

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Next 24 October 1843

Genre:  (Farce) new locomotive farce founded on the French

First Night Cast:

Theodore Topps (music seller): [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps (his cousin, from Swaffham): [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts (confectioner of Liverpool): S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts (confectioner of Bristol): R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins (railway porter): Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax (man about town): Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle (a match maker): Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss Butler

3)  The Moral Philosopher (13)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 21 October 1843; Next 24 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (19)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 21 October 1843; Next 24 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

24 October 1843
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 23 October 1843; Next 25 October 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (2)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 23 October 1843; Next 25 October 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss Butler

3)  The Moral Philosopher (14)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 23 October 1843; Next 25 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (20)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 23 October 1843; Next 25 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

25 October 1843
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 24 October 1843; Next 26 October 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (3)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 24 October 1843; Next 26 October 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss Butler

3)  The Moral Philosopher (15)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 24 October 1843; Next 26 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (21)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 24 October 1843; Next 26 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

26 October 1843
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 25 October 1843; Next 27 October 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (4)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 25 October 1843; Next 27 October 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss Butler

3)  The Moral Philosopher (16)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 25 October 1843; Next 27 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (22)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 25 October 1843; Next 27 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

27 October 1843
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 26 October 1843; Next 28 October 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (5)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 26 October 1843; Next 28 October 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss Butler

3)  The Moral Philosopher (17)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 26 October 1843; Next 28 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (23)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 26 October 1843; Next 28 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

28 October 1843
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 27 October 1843; Next 30 October 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (6)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 27 October 1843; Next 30 October 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss Butler

3)  The Moral Philosopher (18)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 27 October 1843; Next 30 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (24)

Performances:  First 2 October 1843; Previous 27 October 1843

Cast:

Nicolo: [George] Maynard
Matteo: [Fred] Frampton
Girillo Snitchimbosa: [Edward R.] Wright
Andrea: S[tephen] Smith
Bartolo: Aldridge
fishermen:
      Gilmer
      Woodfield
      Jones
      Hunt
Italian peasants:
      Payne
      Rivers
      Wilson
      Shaw
Giannina: Miss Bromley
wedding guests, visitors:
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Bell
      Miss Brown
      Miss Heavens
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Strong
      Miss Maynard
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Berenger
Aquarina: Mrs. Woolidge
Ondine, the Naiad: Mlle. Céleste Stephan
Lotus: Miss Bullen
Chrysolite: Miss Hicks
Coral Branch: Miss Fenton
Brightbeam: Miss Wiltshire
Pearl: Miss Mars
Emerald Green: Miss Morris
Water Lily: Miss Brown
Sparkling Gem: Miss Lee
Khuleborn: [George] Wieland
exit winds:
      Butler
      Honey
      Shaw
      Wilson
storm fiends:
      Page
      Jones
      Aldridge

30 October 1843
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 28 October 1843; Next 31 October 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (7)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 28 October 1843; Next 31 October 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

Cast Changes:

BUT  Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge (replaces Miss [Ellen] Chaplin)
  Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin (replaces Miss Butler)

3)  The Moral Philosopher (19)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 28 October 1843; Next 31 October 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  The Bluejackets; or, Her Majesty's Service (1)

Author: Edward Stirling

Performances:  First 30 October 1843; Next 31 October 1843

Genre:  (Farce) popular burletta

First Night Cast:

Admiral Trunnion (Port Admiral, rich and testy): R. Hughes
Charles Herbert (honorable and romantic): [George R.] Braid
Jocko (a nigger): Sanders
Ben Binnacle (superannuated seaman): O. Smith
Chaser (invalided master of arms, commanding the Bomb-shell Hulk): S[tephen] Smith
Fanny Trunnion (daughter to the admiral): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Betsey Bodkin (her maid): Miss Emma Stanley
(able seamen in Her Majesty's service)
      lieutenant: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
      boatswain: Miss Emma Stanley
      Rough: Miss Wiltshire
      Tough: Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Strikealight: Miss Turnour
      Longsplice: Miss Mott
      Squib: Miss Lee
      Torch: Miss A. Hicks
      Lobscouse: Miss Hicks
      Powder Blue: Miss Fenton
      Marlin Spike: Miss Clifford
      Ginger: Miss Bown

Song

Dance

Dance Commentary


31 October 1843
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 30 October 1843; Next 1 November 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (8)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 30 October 1843; Next 1 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

3)  The Moral Philosopher (20)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 30 October 1843; Next 1 November 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  The Bluejackets; or, Her Majesty's Service (2)

Performances:  First 30 October 1843; Previous 30 October 1843; Next 1 November 1843

Cast:

Admiral Trunnion: R. Hughes
Charles Herbert: [George R.] Braid
Jocko: Sanders
Ben Binnacle: O. Smith
Chaser: S[tephen] Smith
Fanny Trunnion: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Betsey Bodkin: Miss Emma Stanley
lieutenant: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
boatswain: Miss Emma Stanley
Rough: Miss Wiltshire
Tough: Miss [Louisa] Waite
Strikealight: Miss Turnour
Longsplice: Miss Mott
Squib: Miss Lee
Torch: Miss A. Hicks
Lobscouse: Miss Hicks
Powder Blue: Miss Fenton
Marlin Spike: Miss Clifford
Ginger: Miss Bown

1 November 1843
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 31 October 1843; Next 2 November 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (9)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 31 October 1843; Next 2 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

3)  The Moral Philosopher (21)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 31 October 1843; Next 2 November 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  The Bluejackets; or, Her Majesty's Service (3)

Performances:  First 30 October 1843; Previous 31 October 1843; Next 2 November 1843

Cast:

Admiral Trunnion: R. Hughes
Charles Herbert: [George R.] Braid
Jocko: Sanders
Ben Binnacle: O. Smith
Chaser: S[tephen] Smith
Fanny Trunnion: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Betsey Bodkin: Miss Emma Stanley
lieutenant: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
boatswain: Miss Emma Stanley
Rough: Miss Wiltshire
Tough: Miss [Louisa] Waite
Strikealight: Miss Turnour
Longsplice: Miss Mott
Squib: Miss Lee
Torch: Miss A. Hicks
Lobscouse: Miss Hicks
Powder Blue: Miss Fenton
Marlin Spike: Miss Clifford
Ginger: Miss Bown

2 November 1843
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 1 November 1843; Next 3 November 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (10)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 1 November 1843; Next 3 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

3)  The Moral Philosopher (22)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 1 November 1843; Next 3 November 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  The Bluejackets; or, Her Majesty's Service (4)

Performances:  First 30 October 1843; Previous 1 November 1843; Next 3 November 1843

Cast:

Admiral Trunnion: R. Hughes
Charles Herbert: [George R.] Braid
Jocko: Sanders
Ben Binnacle: O. Smith
Chaser: S[tephen] Smith
Fanny Trunnion: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Betsey Bodkin: Miss Emma Stanley
lieutenant: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
boatswain: Miss Emma Stanley
Rough: Miss Wiltshire
Tough: Miss [Louisa] Waite
Strikealight: Miss Turnour
Longsplice: Miss Mott
Squib: Miss Lee
Torch: Miss A. Hicks
Lobscouse: Miss Hicks
Powder Blue: Miss Fenton
Marlin Spike: Miss Clifford
Ginger: Miss Bown

3 November 1843
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 2 November 1843; Next 4 November 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (11)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 2 November 1843; Next 4 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

3)  The Moral Philosopher (23)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 2 November 1843; Next 4 November 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  The Bluejackets; or, Her Majesty's Service (5)

Performances:  First 30 October 1843; Previous 2 November 1843; Next 4 November 1843

Cast:

Admiral Trunnion: R. Hughes
Charles Herbert: [George R.] Braid
Jocko: Sanders
Ben Binnacle: O. Smith
Chaser: S[tephen] Smith
Fanny Trunnion: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Betsey Bodkin: Miss Emma Stanley
lieutenant: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
boatswain: Miss Emma Stanley
Rough: Miss Wiltshire
Tough: Miss [Louisa] Waite
Strikealight: Miss Turnour
Longsplice: Miss Mott
Squib: Miss Lee
Torch: Miss A. Hicks
Lobscouse: Miss Hicks
Powder Blue: Miss Fenton
Marlin Spike: Miss Clifford
Ginger: Miss Bown

4 November 1843
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 October 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 3 November 1843; Next 6 November 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (12)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 3 November 1843; Next 6 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

3)  The Moral Philosopher (24)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 3 November 1843; Next 13 November 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  The Bluejackets; or, Her Majesty's Service (6)

Performances:  First 30 October 1843; Previous 3 November 1843; Next 13 November 1843

Cast:

Admiral Trunnion: R. Hughes
Charles Herbert: [George R.] Braid
Jocko: Sanders
Ben Binnacle: O. Smith
Chaser: S[tephen] Smith
Fanny Trunnion: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Betsey Bodkin: Miss Emma Stanley
lieutenant: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
boatswain: Miss Emma Stanley
Rough: Miss Wiltshire
Tough: Miss [Louisa] Waite
Strikealight: Miss Turnour
Longsplice: Miss Mott
Squib: Miss Lee
Torch: Miss A. Hicks
Lobscouse: Miss Hicks
Powder Blue: Miss Fenton
Marlin Spike: Miss Clifford
Ginger: Miss Bown

6 November 1843
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; based on Sue's "Les Mysteres de Paris"

Author: Edward Stirling; Composer: George H. Rodwell

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Next 7 November 1843

Genre:  (Drama) drama of extraordinary and varied interest; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil (chevalier d'industrie): [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard (money lender): R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier (rich banker of Tours): Aldridge
Charles Didier (naval officer): Lyon
Paul Didier (his brother—an outcast): [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier (of the Guards): Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet (cigar vendor and Paris guide): [Edward R.] Wright
(Bohemians)
      Jacques Chalumeau (perambulating pawnbroker): S[tephen] Smith
      Pierre: Williamson
      Pleurs Jean (Crying Jack, a street sweeper): [George] Wieland
      Papelard (a lucifer match seller): Sanders
      commissionaire: Butler
      hawker: Nye
      Creve Coeur (the broken-hearted beggar): O. Smith
      Brigadier: Honey
      Fleury: Langabeer
      Colporteur: Shaw
      passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
            Page
            Jones
            Wilson
            Bowtal
            Brunton
            Gilmer
            Hunt
            Mott
            Payne
            Rivers
      Louise (the forsaken): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
      Lolot (a grisette from Normandy): Miss Emma Stanley
      Madame Papelard (marine hotel keeper): Mrs. Frank Matthews
      Madeline: Miss Butler
      Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
      Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
      additional Bohemians:
            Miss Fenton
            Miss Lee
            Miss Aldridge
            Miss Berenger
            Miss Bown
            Miss Brown
            Miss Clifford
            Miss A. Hicks
            Miss Morris
            Miss Strong
            Miss Turnour

Artistic Supervision

Song

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery Description

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (13)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 4 November 1843; Next 7 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 4 November 1843; Next 7 November 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

Title: General Commentary


7 November 1843
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (2)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 6 November 1843; Next 8 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (14)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 6 November 1843; Next 8 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 6 November 1843; Next 8 November 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

8 November 1843
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (3)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 7 November 1843; Next 9 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (15)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 7 November 1843; Next 9 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 7 November 1843; Next 9 November 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

9 November 1843
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (4)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 8 November 1843; Next 10 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (16)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 8 November 1843; Next 10 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 8 November 1843; Next 10 November 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

10 November 1843
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (5)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 9 November 1843; Next 11 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (17)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 9 November 1843; Next 11 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 9 November 1843; Next 11 November 1843

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

11 November 1843
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 November 1843
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (6)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 10 November 1843; Next 13 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (18)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 10 November 1843; Next 13 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 10 November 1843; Next 12 February 1844

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

13 November 1843
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (7)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 11 November 1843; Next 14 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

Title: General Commentary

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (19)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 11 November 1843; Next 14 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

3)  The Moral Philosopher (25)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 4 November 1843; Next 14 November 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  The Bluejackets; or, Her Majesty's Service (7)

Performances:  First 30 October 1843; Previous 4 November 1843; Next 14 November 1843

Cast:

Admiral Trunnion: R. Hughes
Charles Herbert: [George R.] Braid
Jocko: Sanders
Ben Binnacle: O. Smith
Chaser: S[tephen] Smith
Fanny Trunnion: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Betsey Bodkin: Miss Emma Stanley
lieutenant: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
boatswain: Miss Emma Stanley
Rough: Miss Wiltshire
Tough: Miss [Louisa] Waite
Strikealight: Miss Turnour
Longsplice: Miss Mott
Squib: Miss Lee
Torch: Miss A. Hicks
Lobscouse: Miss Hicks
Powder Blue: Miss Fenton
Marlin Spike: Miss Maurice
Ginger: Miss Bown

Cast Changes:

BUT  Marlin Spike: Miss Maurice (replaces Miss Clifford)

14 November 1843
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (8)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 13 November 1843; Next 15 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (20)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 13 November 1843; Next 15 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

3)  The Moral Philosopher (26)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 13 November 1843

Cast:

Abbe de Riancourt: [George R.] Braid
Master Vieuxrenard: O. Smith
Remi: R. Hughes
Brizard: Shaw
Preville: Page
Lafleur: Honey
Mademoiselle Dangeville: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Joujou: Miss Emma Stanley
Marchioness de Grandchateau: Miss Emma Stanley
Tchinka: Miss Emma Stanley
Toinetto: Miss Butler

4)  The Bluejackets; or, Her Majesty's Service (8)

Performances:  First 30 October 1843; Previous 13 November 1843; Next 15 November 1843

Cast:

Admiral Trunnion: R. Hughes
Charles Herbert: [George R.] Braid
Jocko: Sanders
Ben Binnacle: O. Smith
Chaser: S[tephen] Smith
Fanny Trunnion: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Betsey Bodkin: Miss Emma Stanley
lieutenant: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
boatswain: Miss Emma Stanley
Rough: Miss Wiltshire
Tough: Miss [Louisa] Waite
Strikealight: Miss Turnour
Longsplice: Miss Mott
Squib: Miss Lee
Torch: Miss A. Hicks
Lobscouse: Miss Hicks
Powder Blue: Miss Fenton
Marlin Spike: Miss Maurice
Ginger: Miss Bown

15 November 1843
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (9)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 14 November 1843; Next 16 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (21)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 14 November 1843; Next 16 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

3)  The Mysterious Family (1)

Author: [George H. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 15 November 1843; Next 16 November 1843

Genre:  (Burletta) new drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale (gentleman out of the common way): R. Hughes
Mr. Narcissus Daffodil (gentleman in everybody's way): [Edward R.] Wright
Frederick (gentleman in nobody's way): [George R.] Braid
Charles (gentleman in a seafaring way): [George] Maynard
Bob Short (gentleman in a gentlemanly sort of a way): [George] Wieland
Gregory (servant): O. Smith
Stephen: Honey
servants:
      Page
      Langabeer
(young ladies in a lovesick way)
      Caroline: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
      Laura: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Fidget (lady's maid in the usual way): Miss Emma Stanley
Arabellinda (old maid in a humorous way): Mrs. F[rank] Matthews

4)  The Bluejackets; or, Her Majesty's Service (9)

Performances:  First 30 October 1843; Previous 14 November 1843; Next 16 November 1843

Cast:

Admiral Trunnion: R. Hughes
Charles Herbert: [George R.] Braid
Jocko: Sanders
Ben Binnacle: O. Smith
Chaser: S[tephen] Smith
Fanny Trunnion: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Betsey Bodkin: Miss Emma Stanley
lieutenant: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
boatswain: Miss Emma Stanley
Rough: Miss Wiltshire
Tough: Miss [Louisa] Waite
Strikealight: Miss Turnour
Longsplice: Miss Mott
Squib: Miss Lee
Torch: Miss A. Hicks
Lobscouse: Miss Hicks
Powder Blue: Miss Fenton
Marlin Spike: Miss Maurice
Ginger: Miss Bown

16 November 1843
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (10)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 15 November 1843; Next 17 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (22)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 15 November 1843; Next 17 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

3)  The Mysterious Family (2)

Performances:  First 15 November 1843; Previous 15 November 1843; Next 17 November 1843

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: R. Hughes
Mr. Narcissus Daffodil: [Edward R.] Wright
Frederick: [George R.] Braid
Charles: [George] Maynard
Bob Short: [George] Wieland
Gregory: O. Smith
Stephen: Honey
servants:
      Page
      Langabeer
Caroline: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Laura: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Fidget: Miss Emma Stanley
Arabellinda: Mrs. Frank Matthews

4)  The Bluejackets; or, Her Majesty's Service (10)

Performances:  First 30 October 1843; Previous 15 November 1843; Next 17 November 1843

Cast:

Admiral Trunnion: R. Hughes
Charles Herbert: [George R.] Braid
Jocko: Sanders
Ben Binnacle: O. Smith
Chaser: S[tephen] Smith
Fanny Trunnion: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Betsey Bodkin: Miss Emma Stanley
lieutenant: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
boatswain: Miss Emma Stanley
Rough: Miss Wiltshire
Tough: Miss [Louisa] Waite
Strikealight: Miss Turnour
Longsplice: Miss Mott
Squib: Miss Lee
Torch: Miss A. Hicks
Lobscouse: Miss Hicks
Powder Blue: Miss Fenton
Marlin Spike: Miss Maurice
Ginger: Miss Bown

17 November 1843
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
13 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (11)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 16 November 1843; Next 18 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (23)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 16 November 1843; Next 18 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

3)  The Mysterious Family (3)

Performances:  First 15 November 1843; Previous 16 November 1843; Next 18 November 1843

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: R. Hughes
Mr. Narcissus Daffodil: [Edward R.] Wright
Frederick: [George R.] Braid
Charles: [George] Maynard
Bob Short: [George] Wieland
Gregory: O. Smith
Stephen: Honey
servants:
      Page
      Langabeer
Caroline: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Laura: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Fidget: Miss Emma Stanley
Arabellinda: Mrs. Frank Matthews

4)  The Bluejackets; or, Her Majesty's Service (11)

Performances:  First 30 October 1843; Previous 16 November 1843; Next 18 November 1843

Cast:

Admiral Trunnion: R. Hughes
Charles Herbert: [George R.] Braid
Jocko: Sanders
Ben Binnacle: O. Smith
Chaser: S[tephen] Smith
Fanny Trunnion: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Betsey Bodkin: Miss Emma Stanley
lieutenant: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
boatswain: Miss Emma Stanley
Rough: Miss Wiltshire
Tough: Miss [Louisa] Waite
Strikealight: Miss Turnour
Longsplice: Miss Mott
Squib: Miss Lee
Torch: Miss A. Hicks
Lobscouse: Miss Hicks
Powder Blue: Miss Fenton
Marlin Spike: Miss Maurice
Ginger: Miss Bown

18 November 1843
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (12)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 17 November 1843; Next 20 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (24)

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 17 November 1843

Cast:

Theodore Topps: [George] Maynard
Timothy Topps: [Edward R.] Wright
Mr. Peter Patts: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Gregory Grouts: R. Hughes
John Brown: [George R.] Braid
Pippin: [George] Wieland
Dawkins: Sanders
cabman: Butler
Hoax: Lyon
Mrs. Mary Meddle: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Georgina Grouts: Mrs. Woolidge
Miss Louisa Patts: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin

3)  The Mysterious Family (4)

Performances:  First 15 November 1843; Previous 17 November 1843; Next 20 November 1843

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: R. Hughes
Mr. Narcissus Daffodil: [Edward R.] Wright
Frederick: [George R.] Braid
Charles: [George] Maynard
Bob Short: [George] Wieland
Gregory: O. Smith
Stephen: Honey
servants:
      Page
      Langabeer
Caroline: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Laura: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Fidget: Miss Emma Stanley
Arabellinda: Mrs. Frank Matthews

4)  The Bluejackets; or, Her Majesty's Service (12)

Performances:  First 30 October 1843; Previous 17 November 1843

Cast:

Admiral Trunnion: R. Hughes
Charles Herbert: [George R.] Braid
Jocko: Sanders
Ben Binnacle: O. Smith
Chaser: S[tephen] Smith
Fanny Trunnion: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Betsey Bodkin: Miss Emma Stanley
lieutenant: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
boatswain: Miss Emma Stanley
Rough: Miss Wiltshire
Tough: Miss [Louisa] Waite
Strikealight: Miss Turnour
Longsplice: Miss Mott
Squib: Miss Lee
Torch: Miss A. Hicks
Lobscouse: Miss Hicks
Powder Blue: Miss Fenton
Marlin Spike: Miss Maurice
Ginger: Miss Bown

20 November 1843
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (13)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 18 November 1843; Next 21 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

Cast Changes:

BUT  Lolot: Mrs. Woolidge (replaces Miss Emma Stanley)

2)  Mary Melvyn; or, The Marriage of Interest (1)

Author: [Edward Fitzball]

Performances:  First 20 November 1843; Next 21 November 1843

Genre:  (Melodrama) popular drama of domestic interest; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Mr. Melvyn: Lyon
Captain Marston, R.N.: [George] Maynard
Sir Charles Grantley: Leigh Smith
Harry Grantley: [George R.] Braid
Major Lapwing: R. Hughes
Captain Elsgood: Freeborn
Barrington: S[tephen] Smith
Sam Surf: O. Smith
Mary Melvyn: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Juliana: Miss Hicks
Lady Somers: Miss Bullen
Gossip: Mrs. F[rank] Matthews
Arabella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Song

3)  The Mysterious Family (5)

Performances:  First 15 November 1843; Previous 18 November 1843; Next 21 November 1843

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: R. Hughes
Mr. Narcissus Daffodil: [Edward R.] Wright
Frederick: [George R.] Braid
Charles: [George] Maynard
Bob Short: Sanders
Gregory: O. Smith
Stephen: Honey
servants:
      Page
      Langabeer
Caroline: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Laura: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Fidget: Mrs. David Lee
Arabellinda: Mrs. Frank Matthews

Cast Changes:

BUT  Bob Short: Sanders (replaces [George] Wieland)
  Fidget: Mrs. David Lee (replaces Miss Emma Stanley)

21 November 1843
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (14)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 20 November 1843; Next 22 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Mary Melvyn; or, The Marriage of Interest (2)

Performances:  First 20 November 1843; Previous 20 November 1843; Next 22 November 1843

Cast:

Mr. Melvyn: Lyon
Captain Marston, R.N.: [George] Maynard
Sir Charles Grantley: Leigh Smith
Harry Grantley: [George R.] Braid
Major Lapwing: R. Hughes
Captain Elsgood: Freeborn
Barrington: S[tephen] Smith
Sam Surf: O. Smith
Mary Melvyn: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Juliana: Miss Hicks
Lady Somers: Miss Bullen
Gossip: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Arabella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Mysterious Family (6)

Performances:  First 15 November 1843; Previous 20 November 1843; Next 22 November 1843

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: R. Hughes
Mr. Narcissus Daffodil: [Edward R.] Wright
Frederick: [George R.] Braid
Charles: [George] Maynard
Bob Short: Sanders
Gregory: O. Smith
Stephen: Honey
servants:
      Page
      Langabeer
Caroline: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Laura: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Fidget: Mrs. David Lee
Arabellinda: Mrs. Frank Matthews

22 November 1843
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (15)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 21 November 1843; Next 23 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Mary Melvyn; or, The Marriage of Interest (3)

Performances:  First 20 November 1843; Previous 21 November 1843; Next 23 November 1843

Cast:

Mr. Melvyn: Lyon
Captain Marston, R.N.: [George] Maynard
Sir Charles Grantley: Leigh Smith
Harry Grantley: [George R.] Braid
Major Lapwing: R. Hughes
Captain Elsgood: Freeborn
Barrington: S[tephen] Smith
Sam Surf: O. Smith
Mary Melvyn: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Juliana: Miss Hicks
Lady Somers: Miss Bullen
Gossip: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Arabella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Mysterious Family (7)

Performances:  First 15 November 1843; Previous 21 November 1843; Next 23 November 1843

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: R. Hughes
Mr. Narcissus Daffodil: [Edward R.] Wright
Frederick: [George R.] Braid
Charles: [George] Maynard
Bob Short: Sanders
Gregory: O. Smith
Stephen: Honey
servants:
      Page
      Langabeer
Caroline: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Laura: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Fidget: Mrs. David Lee
Arabellinda: Mrs. Frank Matthews

23 November 1843
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (16)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 22 November 1843; Next 24 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Mary Melvyn; or, The Marriage of Interest (4)

Performances:  First 20 November 1843; Previous 22 November 1843; Next 24 November 1843

Cast:

Mr. Melvyn: Lyon
Captain Marston, R.N.: [George] Maynard
Sir Charles Grantley: Leigh Smith
Harry Grantley: [George R.] Braid
Major Lapwing: R. Hughes
Captain Elsgood: Freeborn
Barrington: S[tephen] Smith
Sam Surf: O. Smith
Mary Melvyn: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Juliana: Miss Hicks
Lady Somers: Miss Bullen
Gossip: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Arabella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Mysterious Family (8)

Performances:  First 15 November 1843; Previous 22 November 1843; Next 24 November 1843

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: R. Hughes
Mr. Narcissus Daffodil: [Edward R.] Wright
Frederick: [George R.] Braid
Charles: [George] Maynard
Bob Short: Sanders
Gregory: O. Smith
Stephen: Honey
servants:
      Page
      Langabeer
Caroline: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Laura: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Fidget: Mrs. David Lee
Arabellinda: Mrs. Frank Matthews

24 November 1843
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (17)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 23 November 1843; Next 25 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Mary Melvyn; or, The Marriage of Interest (5)

Performances:  First 20 November 1843; Previous 23 November 1843; Next 25 November 1843

Cast:

Mr. Melvyn: Lyon
Captain Marston, R.N.: [George] Maynard
Sir Charles Grantley: Leigh Smith
Harry Grantley: [George R.] Braid
Major Lapwing: R. Hughes
Captain Elsgood: Freeborn
Barrington: S[tephen] Smith
Sam Surf: O. Smith
Mary Melvyn: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Juliana: Miss Hicks
Lady Somers: Miss Bullen
Gossip: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Arabella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Mysterious Family (9)

Performances:  First 15 November 1843; Previous 23 November 1843; Next 25 November 1843

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: R. Hughes
Mr. Narcissus Daffodil: [Edward R.] Wright
Frederick: [George R.] Braid
Charles: [George] Maynard
Bob Short: Sanders
Gregory: O. Smith
Stephen: Honey
servants:
      Page
      Langabeer
Caroline: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Laura: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Fidget: Mrs. David Lee
Arabellinda: Mrs. Frank Matthews

25 November 1843
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 November 1843
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (18)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 24 November 1843; Next 27 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Mary Melvyn; or, The Marriage of Interest (6)

Performances:  First 20 November 1843; Previous 24 November 1843

Cast:

Mr. Melvyn: Lyon
Captain Marston, R.N.: [George] Maynard
Sir Charles Grantley: Leigh Smith
Harry Grantley: [George R.] Braid
Major Lapwing: R. Hughes
Captain Elsgood: Freeborn
Barrington: S[tephen] Smith
Sam Surf: O. Smith
Mary Melvyn: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Juliana: Miss Hicks
Lady Somers: Miss Bullen
Gossip: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Arabella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Mysterious Family (10)

Performances:  First 15 November 1843; Previous 24 November 1843

Cast:

Mr. Twaddledale: R. Hughes
Mr. Narcissus Daffodil: [Edward R.] Wright
Frederick: [George R.] Braid
Charles: [George] Maynard
Bob Short: Sanders
Gregory: O. Smith
Stephen: Honey
servants:
      Page
      Langabeer
Caroline: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Laura: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Fidget: Mrs. David Lee
Arabellinda: Mrs. Frank Matthews

27 November 1843
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 November 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (19)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 25 November 1843; Next 28 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  La Fete des Noces (1)

Title Comment:  Billed only as a "ballet divertissement"

Choreographer: [Fred Frampton?]

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Next 28 November 1843

Genre:  (Ballet) ballet divertissement

First Night Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

Cast Commentary

Dance

3)  The Merchant and His Clerks (1)

Author: [Joseph S. Coyne]

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Next 28 November 1843

Genre:  (Drama)

Title: General Commentary


28 November 1843
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 November 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (20)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 27 November 1843; Next 29 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  La Fete des Noces (2)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 27 November 1843; Next 29 November 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

3)  The Merchant and His Clerks (2)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 27 November 1843; Next 29 November 1843


29 November 1843
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (21)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 28 November 1843; Next 30 November 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  La Fete des Noces (3)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 28 November 1843; Next 30 November 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

3)  The Merchant and His Clerks (3)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 28 November 1843; Next 30 November 1843


30 November 1843
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 November 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (22)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 29 November 1843; Next 1 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  La Fete des Noces (4)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 29 November 1843; Next 1 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

3)  The Merchant and His Clerks (4)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 29 November 1843; Next 1 December 1843


1 December 1843
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (23)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 30 November 1843; Next 2 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  La Fete des Noces (5)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 30 November 1843; Next 2 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

3)  The Merchant and His Clerks (5)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 30 November 1843; Next 2 December 1843


2 December 1843
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 December 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (24)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 1 December 1843; Next 4 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  La Fete des Noces (6)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 1 December 1843; Next 4 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

3)  The Merchant and His Clerks (6)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 1 December 1843


4 December 1843
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 December 1843
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (25)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 2 December 1843; Next 5 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

Cast Changes:

BUT  Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley (replaces Mrs. Woolidge)

2)  Dominique (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Next 5 December 1843

Genre:  (Drama) drama

First Night Cast:

Dominique: H. Forman (from TR York, 1st time here)
Duverne: [George] Maynard
LeLache: [George R.] Braid
D'Anville: Aldridge
Gaspard: Sanders
Louis: Honey
Henri: Shaw
gaoler: Butler
officers:
      Page
      Woodfield
      Hunt
      Rivers
      Langabeer
      Gilmer
Blanche: Mrs. D[avid] Lee
Genevieve: Mrs. Woolidge
Jeanette: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Susette: Miss Bromley

Cast Commentary

3)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (1)

Title Comment:  licensed as Picnic Party; billed under subtitle

Author: George H. Rodwell

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Next 5 December 1843

Genre:  (Farce) new farce

First Night Cast:

(husbands)
      Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
      Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
      Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
(wives)
      Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
      Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
      Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
(lovers)
      Snoxell: O. Smith
      Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
      Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
(waiters at the "Mermaid")
      Johnson: Sanders
      Smithers: Butler

4)  La Fete des Noces (7)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 2 December 1843; Next 5 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

5 December 1843
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 December 1843
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (26)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 4 December 1843; Next 6 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Dominique (2)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 4 December 1843; Next 6 December 1843

Cast:

Dominique: H. Forman
Duverne: [George] Maynard
LeLache: [George R.] Braid
D'Anville: Aldridge
Gaspard: Sanders
Louis: Honey
Henri: Shaw
gaoler: Butler
officers:
      Page
      Woodfield
      Hunt
      Rivers
      Langabeer
      Gilmer
Blanche: Mrs. David Lee
Genevieve: Mrs. Woolidge
Jeanette: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Susette: Miss Bromley

3)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (2)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 4 December 1843; Next 6 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

4)  La Fete des Noces (8)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 4 December 1843; Next 6 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

6 December 1843
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 December 1843
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (27)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 5 December 1843; Next 7 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Dominique (3)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 5 December 1843; Next 7 December 1843

Cast:

Dominique: H. Forman
Duverne: [George] Maynard
LeLache: [George R.] Braid
D'Anville: Aldridge
Gaspard: Sanders
Louis: Honey
Henri: Shaw
gaoler: Butler
officers:
      Page
      Woodfield
      Hunt
      Rivers
      Langabeer
      Gilmer
Blanche: Mrs. David Lee
Genevieve: Mrs. Woolidge
Jeanette: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Susette: Miss Bromley

3)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (3)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 5 December 1843; Next 7 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

4)  La Fete des Noces (9)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 5 December 1843; Next 7 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

7 December 1843
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 December 1843
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (28)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 6 December 1843; Next 8 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Dominique (4)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 6 December 1843; Next 8 December 1843

Cast:

Dominique: H. Forman
Duverne: [George] Maynard
LeLache: [George R.] Braid
D'Anville: Aldridge
Gaspard: Sanders
Louis: Honey
Henri: Shaw
gaoler: Butler
officers:
      Page
      Woodfield
      Hunt
      Rivers
      Langabeer
      Gilmer
Blanche: Mrs. David Lee
Genevieve: Mrs. Woolidge
Jeanette: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Susette: Miss Bromley

3)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (4)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 6 December 1843; Next 8 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

4)  La Fete des Noces (10)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 6 December 1843; Next 8 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

8 December 1843
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 December 1843
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (29)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 7 December 1843; Next 9 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Dominique (5)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 7 December 1843; Next 9 December 1843

Cast:

Dominique: H. Forman
Duverne: [George] Maynard
LeLache: [George R.] Braid
D'Anville: Aldridge
Gaspard: Sanders
Louis: Honey
Henri: Shaw
gaoler: Butler
officers:
      Page
      Woodfield
      Hunt
      Rivers
      Langabeer
      Gilmer
Blanche: Mrs. David Lee
Genevieve: Mrs. Woolidge
Jeanette: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Susette: Miss Bromley

3)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (5)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 7 December 1843; Next 9 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

4)  La Fete des Noces (11)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 7 December 1843; Next 9 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

9 December 1843
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 December 1843
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (30)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 8 December 1843; Next 11 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Dominique (6)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 8 December 1843

Cast:

Dominique: H. Forman
Duverne: [George] Maynard
LeLache: [George R.] Braid
D'Anville: Aldridge
Gaspard: Sanders
Louis: Honey
Henri: Shaw
gaoler: Butler
officers:
      Page
      Woodfield
      Hunt
      Rivers
      Langabeer
      Gilmer
Blanche: Mrs. David Lee
Genevieve: Mrs. Woolidge
Jeanette: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Susette: Miss Bromley

3)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (6)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 8 December 1843; Next 11 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

4)  La Fete des Noces (12)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 8 December 1843; Next 11 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

11 December 1843
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 December 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (31)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 9 December 1843; Next 12 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Norma (1)

Author: [William H. Oxberry]

Performances:  First 11 December 1843; Next 12 December 1843

Genre:  (Burlesque) celebrated burlesque opera

First Night Cast:

Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Pollio: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright
Oroveso: Miss Hanson
Clotilda: Honey
Flavius: Miss Berenger

Cast Commentary

3)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (7)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 9 December 1843; Next 12 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

4)  La Fete des Noces (13)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 9 December 1843; Next 12 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

12 December 1843
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 December 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (32)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 11 December 1843; Next 13 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Norma (2)

Performances:  First 11 December 1843; Previous 11 December 1843; Next 13 December 1843

Cast:

Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Pollio: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright
Oroveso: Miss Hanson
Clotilda: Honey
Flavius: Miss Berenger

3)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (8)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 11 December 1843; Next 13 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

4)  La Fete des Noces (14)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 11 December 1843; Next 13 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

13 December 1843
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (33)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 12 December 1843; Next 14 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Norma (3)

Performances:  First 11 December 1843; Previous 12 December 1843; Next 14 December 1843

Cast:

Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Pollio: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright
Oroveso: Miss Hanson
Clotilda: Honey
Flavius: Miss Berenger

3)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (9)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 12 December 1843; Next 14 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

4)  La Fete des Noces (15)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 12 December 1843; Next 14 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

14 December 1843
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 December 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (34)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 13 December 1843; Next 15 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Norma (4)

Performances:  First 11 December 1843; Previous 13 December 1843; Next 15 December 1843

Cast:

Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Pollio: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright
Oroveso: Miss Hanson
Clotilda: Honey
Flavius: Miss Berenger

3)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (10)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 13 December 1843; Next 15 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

4)  La Fete des Noces (16)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 13 December 1843; Next 15 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

15 December 1843
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (35)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 14 December 1843; Next 16 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Norma (5)

Performances:  First 11 December 1843; Previous 14 December 1843; Next 16 December 1843

Cast:

Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Pollio: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright
Oroveso: Miss Hanson
Clotilda: Honey
Flavius: Miss Berenger

3)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (11)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 14 December 1843; Next 16 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

4)  La Fete des Noces (17)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 14 December 1843; Next 16 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

16 December 1843
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 December 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (36)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 15 December 1843; Next 18 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Norma (6)

Performances:  First 11 December 1843; Previous 15 December 1843; Next 18 December 1843

Cast:

Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Pollio: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright
Oroveso: Miss Hanson
Clotilda: Honey
Flavius: Miss Berenger

3)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (12)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 15 December 1843; Next 18 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

4)  La Fete des Noces (18)

Performances:  First 27 November 1843; Previous 15 December 1843

Cast:

dancers:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Bown
      Miss Bullen
      Mlle. Céleste Stephan
      [Fred] Frampton

18 December 1843
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 December 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (37)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 16 December 1843; Next 19 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Norma (7)

Performances:  First 11 December 1843; Previous 16 December 1843; Next 19 December 1843

Cast:

Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Pollio: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright
Oroveso: Miss Hanson
Clotilda: Honey
Flavius: Miss Berenger

3)  Le Bal Impromptu (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 18 December 1843; Next 19 December 1843

Genre:  (Undetermined)

4)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (13)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 16 December 1843; Next 19 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

19 December 1843
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 December 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (38)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 18 December 1843; Next 20 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Norma (8)

Performances:  First 11 December 1843; Previous 18 December 1843; Next 20 December 1843

Cast:

Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Pollio: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright
Oroveso: Miss Hanson
Clotilda: Honey
Flavius: Miss Berenger

3)  Le Bal Impromptu (2)

Performances:  First 18 December 1843; Previous 18 December 1843; Next 20 December 1843

4)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (14)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 18 December 1843; Next 20 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

20 December 1843
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (39)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 19 December 1843; Next 21 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Norma (9)

Performances:  First 11 December 1843; Previous 19 December 1843; Next 21 December 1843

Cast:

Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Pollio: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright
Oroveso: Miss Hanson
Clotilda: Honey
Flavius: Miss Berenger

3)  Le Bal Impromptu (3)

Performances:  First 18 December 1843; Previous 19 December 1843; Next 21 December 1843

4)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (15)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 19 December 1843; Next 21 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

21 December 1843
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 December 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (40)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 20 December 1843; Next 22 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Norma (10)

Performances:  First 11 December 1843; Previous 20 December 1843; Next 22 December 1843

Cast:

Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Pollio: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright
Oroveso: Miss Hanson
Clotilda: Honey
Flavius: Miss Berenger

3)  Le Bal Impromptu (4)

Performances:  First 18 December 1843; Previous 20 December 1843; Next 22 December 1843

4)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (16)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 20 December 1843; Next 22 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

22 December 1843
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 December 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (41)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 21 December 1843; Next 23 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Norma (11)

Performances:  First 11 December 1843; Previous 21 December 1843; Next 23 December 1843

Cast:

Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Pollio: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright
Oroveso: Miss Hanson
Clotilda: Honey
Flavius: Miss Berenger

3)  Le Bal Impromptu (5)

Performances:  First 18 December 1843; Previous 21 December 1843; Next 23 December 1843

4)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (17)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 21 December 1843; Next 23 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

23 December 1843
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 December 1843
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (42)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 22 December 1843; Next 26 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss Emma Stanley
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Norma (12)

Performances:  First 11 December 1843; Previous 22 December 1843; Next 29 March 1844

Cast:

Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Pollio: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright
Oroveso: Miss Hanson
Clotilda: Honey
Flavius: Miss Berenger

3)  Le Bal Impromptu (6)

Performances:  First 18 December 1843; Previous 22 December 1843

4)  The Pic Nic; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (18)

Performances:  First 4 December 1843; Previous 22 December 1843

Cast:

Mr. Tadpole: [George] Maynard
Mr. Crump: R. Hughes
Mr. Wheedle: S[tephen] Smith
Mrs. Tadpole: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Crump: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Wheedle: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Snoxell: O. Smith
Stubbs: [Edward R.] Wright
Twitter: [George] Wieland
countryman: Honey
Johnson: Sanders
Smithers: Butler

25 December 1843
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Day

Illustration: Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent  [1st Performance Dec 26, 1843]


 
Title:Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent
Description:A scene from Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent by Edward Stirling, choreography by Frederick Frampton and composed by William Kearns.
1st Performance:Dec 26, 1843
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:The Illustrated London News, Dec 30, 1843, p. 424
Review:The Illustrated London News, Dec 30, 1843, p. 424

 

ADELPHI.

The pantomime at this ever zealous house is indebted for its subject to a story familiar to most of our earliest recollections, and therefore can be simply dismissed, sans ceremonie (with the exception of some politesse due to the new adaptation), as the great Blue Beard, who has enlisted the attention of the nursery for some scores of years.  But first let us do justice to the play-bill, which contains the following curiosities of literature: "characters in the poem"  (!)  Blue Beard, a great Jack Daw, in love with the soft sexes  (!!)  If the author of the poem meant "hard-hearted and soft-headed" as he subsequently alludes to, all right and good---we have no objection to his subdivisional classification, but really, on a prima facie view of the matter, it is rather puzzling to comprehend.

We fear that the day of pantomime (which our friend Hood would call the Dey of Al-giers!), has nearly reached its evening's close.  Dexterity now holds the place once occupied by Humour, and Wonder usurps

"The heart's best throne--Delight!"


26 December 1843
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1843
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (43)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 23 December 1843; Next 27 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

Cast Changes:

BUT  Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar (replaces Miss Emma Stanley)

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Edward Stirling; Choreographer: Fred Frampton; Composer: [William H.] Kearns

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Next 27 December 1843

Genre:  (Pantomime) grand original, historical, autographical, topographical, Christmas pantomime

First Night Cast:

(characters in the poem)
      Blue Beard (a Great Jack-Daw, or Bashaw with three Turks—in love with the soft sexes): S[tephen] Smith
      Selim (the simpleton, a young soldier in love): [Fred] Frampton
      Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i (a Grand Turk): Shaw
      Mullah-werry Shy (a little Turk): Honey
      Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac (a real stick of ebony—First Lord of the Bed Chamber): Sanders
      Ali Tom-tit-little-wit (a Lord of the Great Jack-Daws Privy Chamber): Freeborn
      officers, troopers, horse and foot:
            Butler
            Payne
            Rivers
            Bowtal
            Brunton
            Gilmer
            Hunt
            Leslie
            Mott
            Nye
            Moore
            Williamson
            Woodfield
            Johnson
            Jones
            Gregory
            Stephenson
            Young
      Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow (a gentle creature): T[ommy] Matthews (from TR DL and TR CG)
      Fatima (her disconsolate daughter): Miss Bullen
      ladies of the harem:
            Miss Aldridge
            Miss Angelina
            Miss Berenger
            M? Ball
            Miss Hanson
            Miss Bown
            Miss Brown
            Miss Leigh
            Miss Mars
            Miss Morris
            Miss Mott
(supernatural agencies)
      Ulin (Fairy of the Silver Crescent, protecting Selim): Miss E[llen] Chaplin
      Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
(peris, houris)
      Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
      Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
      Star of the World: Miss Hicks
      Bulbul: Miss Lee
      Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
      Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
      Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
      Khalee (Evil Geni of the Key, guarding Blue Beard): [George R.] Braid
(ghouls, afrites, and evil spirits)
      Discord: Master Lightfoot
      Malice: Master Phillips
      Mischief: Master Butler
      Stripe: Master Wilson
      Bony: Master Brady
      Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland (1st app in role)
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone (1st app)
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone (a cobbler): "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: Unlisted

Music

Music Commentary

Song

Song Commentary

Spectacle

Scenery Description

General, Song


27 December 1843
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1843
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (44)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 26 December 1843; Next 28 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (2)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 26 December 1843; Next 28 December 1843

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

28 December 1843
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1843
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (45)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 27 December 1843; Next 29 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (3)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 27 December 1843; Next 29 December 1843

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

29 December 1843
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1843
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (46)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 28 December 1843; Next 30 December 1843

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (4)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 28 December 1843; Next 30 December 1843

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

30 December 1843
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1843
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (47)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 29 December 1843; Next 1 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: [George] Wieland
Papelard: Sanders
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Shaw
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (5)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 29 December 1843; Next 1 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

1 January 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (48)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 30 December 1843; Next 2 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

Cast Changes:

BUT  Colporteur: Scott (replaces Shaw)
  Papelard: Shaw (replaces Sanders)
  Pleurs Jean: Sanders (replaces [George] Wieland)

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (6)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 30 December 1843; Next 2 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

2 January 1844
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (49)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 1 January 1844; Next 3 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (7)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 1 January 1844; Next 3 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

3 January 1844
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (50)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 2 January 1844; Next 4 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (8)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 2 January 1844; Next 4 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

4 January 1844
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (51)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 3 January 1844; Next 5 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (9)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 3 January 1844; Next 5 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

5 January 1844
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (52)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 4 January 1844; Next 6 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (10)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 4 January 1844; Next 6 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

6 January 1844
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (53)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 5 January 1844; Next 8 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (11)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 5 January 1844; Next 8 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

8 January 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (54)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 6 January 1844; Next 9 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (12)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 6 January 1844; Next 9 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

9 January 1844
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (55)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 8 January 1844; Next 10 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (13)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 8 January 1844; Next 10 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

10 January 1844
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (56)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 9 January 1844; Next 11 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (14)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 9 January 1844; Next 11 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

11 January 1844
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (57)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 10 January 1844; Next 12 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (15)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 10 January 1844; Next 12 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

12 January 1844
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (58)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 11 January 1844; Next 13 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (16)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 11 January 1844; Next 13 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

13 January 1844
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (59)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 12 January 1844; Next 15 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (17)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 12 January 1844; Next 15 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

15 January 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (60)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 13 January 1844; Next 16 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (18)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 13 January 1844; Next 16 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

16 January 1844
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (61)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 15 January 1844; Next 17 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (19)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 15 January 1844; Next 17 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

17 January 1844
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (62)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 16 January 1844; Next 18 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (20)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 16 January 1844; Next 18 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

18 January 1844
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (63)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 17 January 1844; Next 19 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (21)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 17 January 1844; Next 19 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

19 January 1844
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (64)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 18 January 1844; Next 20 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (22)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 18 January 1844; Next 20 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

20 January 1844
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (65)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 19 January 1844; Next 22 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (23)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 19 January 1844; Next 22 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

22 January 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (66)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 20 January 1844; Next 23 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (24)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 20 January 1844; Next 23 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

23 January 1844
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (67)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 22 January 1844; Next 24 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (25)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 22 January 1844; Next 24 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

24 January 1844
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (68)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 23 January 1844; Next 25 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (26)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 23 January 1844; Next 25 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

25 January 1844
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (69)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 24 January 1844; Next 26 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (27)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 24 January 1844; Next 26 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

26 January 1844
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (70)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 25 January 1844; Next 27 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (28)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 25 January 1844; Next 27 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

27 January 1844
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Bohemians; or, The Rogues of Paris (71)

Performances:  First 6 November 1843; Previous 26 January 1844

Cast:

Mons. Montorgeuil: [George] Maynard
Mons. Digonard: R. Hughes
Mons. Desrosier: Aldridge
Charles Didier: Lyon
Paul Didier: [George R.] Braid
Mons. Franconier: Freeborn
Criquet Bagnolet: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacques Chalumeau: S[tephen] Smith
Pierre: Williamson
Pleurs Jean: Sanders
Papelard: Shaw
commissionaire: Butler
hawker: Nye
Creve Coeur: O. Smith
Brigadier: Honey
Fleury: Langabeer
Colporteur: Scott
passengers, National Guards, travellers, wedding guests, billiard players:
      Page
      Jones
      Wilson
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
Louise: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Lolot: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Papelard: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Madeline: Miss Butler
Ninette: Miss O. Hicks
Lucille: Miss Wiltshire
additional Bohemians:
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Morris
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (29)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 26 January 1844; Next 29 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

29 January 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Judith of Geneva (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [John M. Morton]

Performances:  First 29 January 1844; Next 30 January 1844

Genre:  (Drama) new play

First Night Cast:

M. L'Advocat St. Val: Lyon
Captain Henri St. Val: [George] Maynard
De Launey: [George R.] Braid
La Vogue: O. Smith
Nicholas: [Edward R.] Wright
butler: Sanders
gardener: Butler
footman: Nye
cook: Leslie
porter: Honey
notaries:
      Leigh Smith
      Woodfield
serjeant: Williamson
gensd'armes:
      Rivers
      Langabeer
wedding guests:
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Page
      Shaw
      Walker
      Edmonds
Countess Malvoisine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Amy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Mrs. D[avid] Lee
visitors:
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Aldridge
Swiss peasant girls:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss Wiltshire
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Bown
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee

Dance

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (30)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 27 January 1844; Next 30 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

General, Advertisement


30 January 1844
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Judith of Geneva (2)

Performances:  First 29 January 1844; Previous 29 January 1844; Next 31 January 1844

Cast:

M. L'Advocat St. Val: Lyon
Captain Henri St. Val: [George] Maynard
De Launey: [George R.] Braid
La Vogue: O. Smith
Nicholas: [Edward R.] Wright
butler: Sanders
gardener: Butler
footman: Nye
cook: Leslie
porter: Honey
notaries:
      Leigh Smith
      Woodfield
serjeant: Williamson
gensd'armes:
      Rivers
      Langabeer
wedding guests:
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Page
      Shaw
      Walker
      Edmonds
Countess Malvoisine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Amy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Mrs. David Lee
visitors:
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Aldridge
Swiss peasant girls:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss Wiltshire
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Bown
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (31)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 29 January 1844; Next 31 January 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

31 January 1844
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Judith of Geneva (3)

Performances:  First 29 January 1844; Previous 30 January 1844; Next 1 February 1844

Cast:

M. L'Advocat St. Val: Lyon
Captain Henri St. Val: [George] Maynard
De Launey: [George R.] Braid
La Vogue: O. Smith
Nicholas: [Edward R.] Wright
butler: Sanders
gardener: Butler
footman: Nye
cook: Leslie
porter: Honey
notaries:
      Leigh Smith
      Woodfield
serjeant: Williamson
gensd'armes:
      Rivers
      Langabeer
wedding guests:
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Page
      Shaw
      Walker
      Edmonds
Countess Malvoisine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Amy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Mrs. David Lee
visitors:
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Aldridge
Swiss peasant girls:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss Wiltshire
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Bown
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (32)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 30 January 1844; Next 1 February 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

1 February 1844
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Judith of Geneva (4)

Performances:  First 29 January 1844; Previous 31 January 1844; Next 2 February 1844

Cast:

M. L'Advocat St. Val: Lyon
Captain Henri St. Val: [George] Maynard
De Launey: [George R.] Braid
La Vogue: O. Smith
Nicholas: [Edward R.] Wright
butler: Sanders
gardener: Butler
footman: Nye
cook: Leslie
porter: Honey
notaries:
      Leigh Smith
      Woodfield
serjeant: Williamson
gensd'armes:
      Rivers
      Langabeer
wedding guests:
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Page
      Shaw
      Walker
      Edmonds
Countess Malvoisine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Amy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Mrs. David Lee
visitors:
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Aldridge
Swiss peasant girls:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss Wiltshire
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Bown
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (33)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 31 January 1844; Next 2 February 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

2 February 1844
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
29 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Judith of Geneva (5)

Performances:  First 29 January 1844; Previous 1 February 1844; Next 3 February 1844

Cast:

M. L'Advocat St. Val: Lyon
Captain Henri St. Val: [George] Maynard
De Launey: [George R.] Braid
La Vogue: O. Smith
Nicholas: [Edward R.] Wright
butler: Sanders
gardener: Butler
footman: Nye
cook: Leslie
porter: Honey
notaries:
      Leigh Smith
      Woodfield
serjeant: Williamson
gensd'armes:
      Rivers
      Langabeer
wedding guests:
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Page
      Shaw
      Walker
      Edmonds
Countess Malvoisine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Amy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Mrs. David Lee
visitors:
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Aldridge
Swiss peasant girls:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss Wiltshire
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Bown
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (34)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 1 February 1844; Next 3 February 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

3 February 1844
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
29 January 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Judith of Geneva (6)

Performances:  First 29 January 1844; Previous 2 February 1844; Next 5 February 1844

Cast:

M. L'Advocat St. Val: Lyon
Captain Henri St. Val: [George] Maynard
De Launey: [George R.] Braid
La Vogue: O. Smith
Nicholas: [Edward R.] Wright
butler: Sanders
gardener: Butler
footman: Nye
cook: Leslie
porter: Honey
notaries:
      Leigh Smith
      Woodfield
serjeant: Williamson
gensd'armes:
      Rivers
      Langabeer
wedding guests:
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Page
      Shaw
      Walker
      Edmonds
Countess Malvoisine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Amy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Mrs. David Lee
visitors:
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Aldridge
Swiss peasant girls:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss Wiltshire
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Bown
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee

2)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (35)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 2 February 1844; Next 5 February 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

5 February 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; "As sanctioned by Charles Dickens, Esq." (bill)

Author: Edward Stirling; Composer: George H. Rodwell

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Next 6 February 1844

Genre:  (Drama) drama of peculiar and novel construction; 3 staves, or acts

First Night Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge (money lender, a Christian hater—a name only good upon 'Change'): O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit (a poor clerk with 15 shillings a week and six children): [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley (dead as a door nail): R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig (London trader "one vast substantial smile"—oily, rich and jovial): S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth (a pedagogue): Johnson
Master Scrooge (a schoolboy): Master Lightfoot
(fellow apprentices)
      Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
      Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: Unlisted
Mrs. Fezziwig (beaming and loveable): Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton (Scrooge's first, his only love, save gold): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past ("it was a strange figure—like a child"): Miss E[llen] Chaplin
Little Fan (Scrooge's sister): Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim ("alas poor Tiny Tim—he bore a little crutch and had his limbs supported by an iron frame"): Miss Maynard
(Vision of Doom)
      Ignorance: Crane
      Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit (wife to Mr. Bob—'dressed out but poorly in a twice turned gown, but brave in ribbons'): Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe (receiver of stolen goods—"a grey-haired rascal nearly seventy years of age"): Sanders
(worldly friends of old Scrooge)
      Mr. Topper: Aldridge
      Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink (an undertaker's man): Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler (laundress): Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally (nurse): Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future (a solemn phantom, dressed and hooded, coming like the mist along the ground): Mrs. D[avid] Lee

Song

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary

2)  Judith of Geneva (7)

Performances:  First 29 January 1844; Previous 3 February 1844; Next 6 February 1844

Cast:

M. L'Advocat St. Val: Lyon
Captain Henri St. Val: [George] Maynard
De Launey: [George R.] Braid
La Vogue: O. Smith
Nicholas: [Edward R.] Wright
butler: Sanders
gardener: Butler
footman: Nye
cook: Leslie
porter: Honey
notaries:
      Leigh Smith
      Woodfield
serjeant: Williamson
gensd'armes:
      Rivers
      Langabeer
wedding guests:
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Page
      Shaw
      Walker
      Edmonds
Countess Malvoisine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Amy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Mrs. David Lee
visitors:
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Aldridge
Swiss peasant girls:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss Wiltshire
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Bown
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee

3)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (36)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 3 February 1844; Next 6 February 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

Title: General Commentary


6 February 1844
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (2)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 5 February 1844; Next 7 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee

2)  Judith of Geneva (8)

Performances:  First 29 January 1844; Previous 5 February 1844; Next 7 February 1844

Cast:

M. L'Advocat St. Val: Lyon
Captain Henri St. Val: [George] Maynard
De Launey: [George R.] Braid
La Vogue: O. Smith
Nicholas: [Edward R.] Wright
butler: Sanders
gardener: Butler
footman: Nye
cook: Leslie
porter: Honey
notaries:
      Leigh Smith
      Woodfield
serjeant: Williamson
gensd'armes:
      Rivers
      Langabeer
wedding guests:
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Page
      Shaw
      Walker
      Edmonds
Countess Malvoisine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Amy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Mrs. David Lee
visitors:
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Aldridge
Swiss peasant girls:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss Wiltshire
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Bown
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee

3)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (37)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 5 February 1844; Next 7 February 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

7 February 1844
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (3)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 6 February 1844; Next 8 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee

2)  Judith of Geneva (9)

Performances:  First 29 January 1844; Previous 6 February 1844; Next 8 February 1844

Cast:

M. L'Advocat St. Val: Lyon
Captain Henri St. Val: [George] Maynard
De Launey: [George R.] Braid
La Vogue: O. Smith
Nicholas: [Edward R.] Wright
butler: Sanders
gardener: Butler
footman: Nye
cook: Leslie
porter: Honey
notaries:
      Leigh Smith
      Woodfield
serjeant: Williamson
gensd'armes:
      Rivers
      Langabeer
wedding guests:
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Page
      Shaw
      Walker
      Edmonds
Countess Malvoisine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Amy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Mrs. David Lee
visitors:
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Aldridge
Swiss peasant girls:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss Wiltshire
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Bown
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee

3)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (38)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 6 February 1844; Next 8 February 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

8 February 1844
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
5 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (4)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 7 February 1844; Next 9 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee

2)  Judith of Geneva (10)

Performances:  First 29 January 1844; Previous 7 February 1844; Next 9 February 1844

Cast:

M. L'Advocat St. Val: Lyon
Captain Henri St. Val: [George] Maynard
De Launey: [George R.] Braid
La Vogue: O. Smith
Nicholas: [Edward R.] Wright
butler: Sanders
gardener: Butler
footman: Nye
cook: Leslie
porter: Honey
notaries:
      Leigh Smith
      Woodfield
serjeant: Williamson
gensd'armes:
      Rivers
      Langabeer
wedding guests:
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Page
      Shaw
      Walker
      Edmonds
Countess Malvoisine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Amy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Mrs. David Lee
visitors:
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Aldridge
Swiss peasant girls:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss Wiltshire
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Bown
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee

3)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (39)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 7 February 1844; Next 9 February 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

9 February 1844
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (5)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 8 February 1844; Next 10 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee

2)  Judith of Geneva (11)

Performances:  First 29 January 1844; Previous 8 February 1844; Next 10 February 1844

Cast:

M. L'Advocat St. Val: Lyon
Captain Henri St. Val: [George] Maynard
De Launey: [George R.] Braid
La Vogue: O. Smith
Nicholas: [Edward R.] Wright
butler: Sanders
gardener: Butler
footman: Nye
cook: Leslie
porter: Honey
notaries:
      Leigh Smith
      Woodfield
serjeant: Williamson
gensd'armes:
      Rivers
      Langabeer
wedding guests:
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Page
      Shaw
      Walker
      Edmonds
Countess Malvoisine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Amy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Mrs. David Lee
visitors:
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Aldridge
Swiss peasant girls:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss Wiltshire
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Bown
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee

3)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (40)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 8 February 1844; Next 10 February 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

10 February 1844
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (6)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 9 February 1844; Next 12 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee

2)  Judith of Geneva (12)

Performances:  First 29 January 1844; Previous 9 February 1844

Cast:

M. L'Advocat St. Val: Lyon
Captain Henri St. Val: [George] Maynard
De Launey: [George R.] Braid
La Vogue: O. Smith
Nicholas: [Edward R.] Wright
butler: Sanders
gardener: Butler
footman: Nye
cook: Leslie
porter: Honey
notaries:
      Leigh Smith
      Woodfield
serjeant: Williamson
gensd'armes:
      Rivers
      Langabeer
wedding guests:
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Page
      Shaw
      Walker
      Edmonds
Countess Malvoisine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Amy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Mrs. David Lee
visitors:
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Aldridge
Swiss peasant girls:
      Miss Hicks
      Miss Wiltshire
      Miss Turnour
      Miss Bown
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Lee

3)  Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (41)

Performances:  First 26 December 1843; Previous 9 February 1844

Cast:

Blue Beard: S[tephen] Smith
Selim: [Fred] Frampton
Ben Bons-ski-all-my-i: Shaw
Mullah-werry Shy: Honey
Mumbo-Jumbo-Kickeraboo Shacabac: Sanders
Ali Tom-tit-little-wit: Freeborn
officers, troopers, horse and foot:
      Butler
      Payne
      Rivers
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Leslie
      Mott
      Nye
      Moore
      Williamson
      Woodfield
      Johnson
      Jones
      Gregory
      Stephenson
      Young
Widow Bow-Wow-Chip-Chow-Cherry-Chow: T[ommy] Matthews
Fatima: Miss Bullen
ladies of the harem:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      M? Ball
      Miss Hanson
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Leigh
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
Ulin: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Nourmahal: Miss Bromley
Zulika: Miss Wiltshire
Silver Spray: Miss Fenton
Star of the World: Miss Hicks
Bulbul: Miss Lee
Light of the Harem: Miss Morris
Bride of the Desert: Miss Turnour
Bloom of the Flowers: Miss A. Hicks
Khalee: [George R.] Braid
Discord: Master Lightfoot
Malice: Master Phillips
Mischief: Master Butler
Stripe: Master Wilson
Bony: Master Brady
Fret: Master Jones
Clown: T[ommy] Matthews
Columbine: Miss Bullen
Harlequin Quicksilver: [George] Wieland
Pantaloon: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Mr. Gizzard: "Liver"
Mrs. Carrot: "Vegetable Pill"
Lapstone: "Strap"
porter: "Small-Beer"
bill-man: "Kite"
policeman: "Staff"
old apple woman: "Mrs. Golden Pippin"
little boy: "Great Man"
little girl: "Tall Woman"
oyster wench: "Mrs. Shell Fish"
fat cook: "Larder"
Alderman Guzzle: "Old Toper"
Mrs. Guzzle: "Long Swallow"
Master Guzzle: "Master Drink-All"
Miss Guzzle: "Miss Never-Dry"
housemaid: "Miss Flannel Cap"
the whistling oyster: "Meltonian"
passenger: "Everybody"
Farmer Chaw Bacon: "Straw-Yard"
Mrs. Chaw Bacon: "Mrs. Cow Meadow"
little boys: "Gentlemen's Sons"
the bull: "A Bear"
Mr. Williams: "A Good Fellow"
customers:
      "All Right"
      "Drink'em Dry"
      "Pure Natives"
hole keeper: "Take'em In"
Mrs. Poply: "Miss Spout"
grenadier: "Red Herring"
new police: "Lobster"
the pump: "Old Sucker"
lodgers:
      "Pay-No-Rent"
      "Never-Die"
      "Won't-Go-Out"
cooks:
      T[ommy] Matthews
      [George] Wieland
ladies: "themselves"
gentlemen: [Unlisted]

12 February 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (7)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 10 February 1844; Next 13 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Richard the Third (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Nicoll gives date of 1st perf as 8 Feb 1844

Author: Joseph S. Coyne

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Next 13 February 1844

Genre:  (Burlesque) new, grand, historical, bombastical, musical, and completely illegitimate tragedy

First Night Cast:

King Henry the Sixth (reduced to a shade): Honey
(sons of King Henry)
      Edward (Prince of Wales): R. Hughes
      Richard (Duke of York): Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III (a crooked gentleman, who obtains the crown by crooked means, and gets knocked on the crown by Richmond): [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham (disappointed place hunter): Forman
Duke of Norfolk (oldest jockey on record): Williamson
Lord Stanley (cautious cove, who deserts his party and comes to Tamworth): S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond (Irish candidate for the crown whose motto is "a word and a blow—the blow first and the word after"): Hamilton (1st time this season)
Earl of Oxford (nobleman of very few words): Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby (early village cock): Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne (weeping widow, who having lost one husband, is ready for another): Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth (Queen of Edward IV): Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Mrs. Woolidge
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 11 November 1843; Next 13 February 1844

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

13 February 1844
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (8)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 12 February 1844; Next 14 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Richard the Third (2)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 12 February 1844; Next 14 February 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Mrs. Woolidge
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 12 February 1844; Next 14 February 1844

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

14 February 1844
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (9)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 13 February 1844; Next 15 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Richard the Third (3)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 13 February 1844; Next 15 February 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Mrs. Woolidge
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 13 February 1844; Next 15 February 1844

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

15 February 1844
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
12 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (10)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 14 February 1844; Next 16 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Richard the Third (4)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 14 February 1844; Next 16 February 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Mrs. Woolidge
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 14 February 1844; Next 16 February 1844

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

16 February 1844
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
12 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (11)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 15 February 1844; Next 17 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Richard the Third (5)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 15 February 1844; Next 17 February 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Mrs. Woolidge
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 15 February 1844; Next 17 February 1844

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

17 February 1844
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
12 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (12)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 16 February 1844; Next 19 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Richard the Third (6)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 16 February 1844; Next 19 February 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Mrs. Woolidge
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 16 February 1844; Next 19 February 1844

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

19 February 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (13)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 17 February 1844; Next 20 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Richard the Third (7)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 17 February 1844; Next 20 February 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

BUT  Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar (replaces Mrs. Woolidge)

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 17 February 1844; Next 20 February 1844

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

Title: General Commentary


20 February 1844
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (14)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 19 February 1844; Next 22 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Richard the Third (8)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 19 February 1844; Next 22 February 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 19 February 1844; Next 22 February 1844

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

21 February 1844
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Ash Wednesday


22 February 1844
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
19 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (15)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 20 February 1844; Next 23 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Richard the Third (9)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 20 February 1844; Next 23 February 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 20 February 1844; Next 23 February 1844

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

23 February 1844
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (16)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 22 February 1844; Next 24 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Richard the Third (10)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 22 February 1844; Next 24 February 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 22 February 1844; Next 24 February 1844

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

24 February 1844
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 February 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (17)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 23 February 1844; Next 26 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Richard the Third (11)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 23 February 1844; Next 26 February 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

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

Performances:  First 23 October 1843; Previous 23 February 1844

Cast:

Miles Bertram: Lyon
Walter Bernard: [George] Maynard
Captain Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish constable: [Edward R.] Wright
Jemmy Starling, farmer's boy: R. Hughes
William: Honey
Andrew Phipps: Sanders
Thomas: Shaw
Harry: Butler
lieutenant of pressgang: Freeborn
Alice: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella, her sister: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Dame Bernard: Mrs. Woolidge
Dame Fallowfield: Miss Hanson
Miles Bertram, bridegroom: Lyon
Blackadder: S[tephen] Smith
Grampus: O. Smith
Marmaduke Magog, parish beadle: [Edward R.] Wright
Walter: [George] Maynard
Jemmy Starling: R. Hughes
Gaffer Fallowfield: Jones
Avory: Leigh Smith
Culverdine: Leslie
Smith: Nye
Barbelot: Aldridge
sailor: Page
Alice, a bridesmaid: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Bella: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Lucy: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Mrs. Starling: Miss Butler
peasants:
      Bowtal
      Brunton
      Gilmer
      Hunt
      Langabeer
      Mott
      Payne
      Rivers
      Williamson
      Woodfield
village lasses:
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Angelina
      Miss Berenger
      Miss Beresford
      Miss Bell
      Miss Bown
      Miss Brown
      Miss Clifford
      Miss Fenton
      Miss Heavens
      Miss A. Hicks
      Miss Lee
      Miss Mars
      Miss Morris
      Miss Mott
      Miss Strong
      Miss Turnour
      Miss [Louisa] Waite
      Miss Wiltshire

26 February 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 February 1844
advertisement
The London Times

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (18)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 24 February 1844; Next 27 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (1)

Title Comment:  Nicoll gives 2 dates as 1st perf: this one and 4/12/1843, but there is no record of such a play in Dec 1843, but there was a ballet Antony and Cleopatra by Selby playing in 1843 at the Adelphi

Author: [Charles Selby]

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Next 27 February 1844

Genre:  (Burlesque)

First Night Cast:

Antony (a trifle sobered, but still gay and rollicking): [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra (a trifle wiser, but still fond of masquerading): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony (a "trifle" in a cradle): [Unlisted]
 

Cast Commentary

Dance

Dance Commentary

3)  Richard the Third (12)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 24 February 1844; Next 27 February 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

4)  The Daughter of the Danube; or, The Imp and the Water King (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here

Author: [Unknown]; Composer: Adolphe C. Adam; Composer: A[uguste] Pilati

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Next 27 February 1844

Genre:  (Extravaganza) melo-dramatic fairy spectacle

Title: General Commentary

General, Music


27 February 1844
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 February 1844
advertisement
The London Times

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (19)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 26 February 1844; Next 28 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (2)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 26 February 1844; Next 28 February 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Richard the Third (13)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 26 February 1844; Next 28 February 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

4)  The Daughter of the Danube; or, The Imp and the Water King (2)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 26 February 1844; Next 28 February 1844


28 February 1844
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 February 1844
advertisement
The London Times

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (20)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 27 February 1844; Next 29 February 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (3)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 27 February 1844; Next 29 February 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Richard the Third (14)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 27 February 1844; Next 29 February 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

4)  The Daughter of the Danube; or, The Imp and the Water King (3)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 27 February 1844; Next 29 February 1844


29 February 1844
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 February 1844
advertisement
The London Times

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (21)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 28 February 1844; Next 1 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (4)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 28 February 1844; Next 1 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Richard the Third (15)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 28 February 1844; Next 1 March 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

4)  The Daughter of the Danube; or, The Imp and the Water King (4)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 28 February 1844; Next 1 March 1844


1 March 1844
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 March 1844
advertisement
The London Times

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (22)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 29 February 1844; Next 2 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (5)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 29 February 1844; Next 2 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Richard the Third (16)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 29 February 1844; Next 2 March 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

4)  The Daughter of the Danube; or, The Imp and the Water King (5)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 29 February 1844; Next 2 March 1844


2 March 1844
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1844
advertisement
The London Times

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (23)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 1 March 1844; Next 4 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (6)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 1 March 1844; Next 4 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Richard the Third (17)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 1 March 1844; Next 4 March 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

4)  The Daughter of the Danube; or, The Imp and the Water King (6)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 1 March 1844


4 March 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (24)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 2 March 1844; Next 5 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (7)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 2 March 1844; Next 5 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Ulrica; or, The Prisoner of State (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Nicoll gives 11 Mar 1844 as date of 1st perf

Author: Edward Stirling

Performances:  First 4 March 1844; Next 5 March 1844

Genre:  (Melodrama) new romantic drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Frederick the Second (King of Prussia): [George R.] Braid
Count D'Osborn (governor of the fortress): [George] Maynard
Ernest de Frideberg (the state prisoner): Lyon
Burl (a German dragoon in the Prussian service): O. Smith
Phelim O'Tug (a native of the Emerald Isle): Hamilton
Herman (a dumb boy): [George] Wieland
Fritz (a gardener): Forman
Captain Auray: Freeborn
Caspar (a Hungarian): Sanders
Karl: Aldridge
Kreutzer: Honey
officers:
      Thomas
      Williams
      Harris
soldiers:
      Wilson
      Butler
      Jones
Ulrica: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Countess Marie: Mrs. D[avid] Lee
Christine: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Madame Mullen: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Ricca: Miss Bullen

Song

Scenery Description

4)  Richard the Third (18)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 2 March 1844; Next 5 March 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

5 March 1844
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (25)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 4 March 1844; Next 6 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (8)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 4 March 1844; Next 6 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Ulrica; or, The Prisoner of State (2)

Performances:  First 4 March 1844; Previous 4 March 1844; Next 6 March 1844

Cast:

Frederick the Second: [George R.] Braid
Count D'Osborn: [George] Maynard
Ernest de Frideberg: Lyon
Burl: O. Smith
Phelim O'Tug: Hamilton
Herman: [George] Wieland
Fritz: Forman
Captain Auray: Freeborn
Caspar: Sanders
Karl: Aldridge
Kreutzer: Honey
officers:
      Thomas
      Williams
      Harris
soldiers:
      Wilson
      Butler
      Jones
Ulrica: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Countess Marie: Mrs. David Lee
Christine: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Madame Mullen: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Ricca: Miss Bullen

4)  Richard the Third (19)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 4 March 1844; Next 6 March 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

6 March 1844
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (26)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 5 March 1844; Next 7 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (9)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 5 March 1844; Next 7 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Ulrica; or, The Prisoner of State (3)

Performances:  First 4 March 1844; Previous 5 March 1844; Next 7 March 1844

Cast:

Frederick the Second: [George R.] Braid
Count D'Osborn: [George] Maynard
Ernest de Frideberg: Lyon
Burl: O. Smith
Phelim O'Tug: Hamilton
Herman: [George] Wieland
Fritz: Forman
Captain Auray: Freeborn
Caspar: Sanders
Karl: Aldridge
Kreutzer: Honey
officers:
      Thomas
      Williams
      Harris
soldiers:
      Wilson
      Butler
      Jones
Ulrica: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Countess Marie: Mrs. David Lee
Christine: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Madame Mullen: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Ricca: Miss Bullen

4)  Richard the Third (20)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 5 March 1844; Next 7 March 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

7 March 1844
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (27)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 6 March 1844; Next 8 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (10)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 6 March 1844; Next 8 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Ulrica; or, The Prisoner of State (4)

Performances:  First 4 March 1844; Previous 6 March 1844; Next 8 March 1844

Cast:

Frederick the Second: [George R.] Braid
Count D'Osborn: [George] Maynard
Ernest de Frideberg: Lyon
Burl: O. Smith
Phelim O'Tug: Hamilton
Herman: [George] Wieland
Fritz: Forman
Captain Auray: Freeborn
Caspar: Sanders
Karl: Aldridge
Kreutzer: Honey
officers:
      Thomas
      Williams
      Harris
soldiers:
      Wilson
      Butler
      Jones
Ulrica: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Countess Marie: Mrs. David Lee
Christine: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Madame Mullen: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Ricca: Miss Bullen

4)  Richard the Third (21)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 6 March 1844; Next 8 March 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

8 March 1844
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (28)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 7 March 1844; Next 9 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (11)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 7 March 1844; Next 9 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Ulrica; or, The Prisoner of State (5)

Performances:  First 4 March 1844; Previous 7 March 1844; Next 9 March 1844

Cast:

Frederick the Second: [George R.] Braid
Count D'Osborn: [George] Maynard
Ernest de Frideberg: Lyon
Burl: O. Smith
Phelim O'Tug: Hamilton
Herman: [George] Wieland
Fritz: Forman
Captain Auray: Freeborn
Caspar: Sanders
Karl: Aldridge
Kreutzer: Honey
officers:
      Thomas
      Williams
      Harris
soldiers:
      Wilson
      Butler
      Jones
Ulrica: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Countess Marie: Mrs. David Lee
Christine: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Madame Mullen: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Ricca: Miss Bullen

4)  Richard the Third (22)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 7 March 1844; Next 9 March 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

9 March 1844
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (29)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 8 March 1844; Next 11 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (12)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 8 March 1844; Next 11 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Ulrica; or, The Prisoner of State (6)

Performances:  First 4 March 1844; Previous 8 March 1844; Next 11 March 1844

Cast:

Frederick the Second: [George R.] Braid
Count D'Osborn: [George] Maynard
Ernest de Frideberg: Lyon
Burl: O. Smith
Phelim O'Tug: Hamilton
Herman: [George] Wieland
Fritz: Forman
Captain Auray: Freeborn
Caspar: Sanders
Karl: Aldridge
Kreutzer: Honey
officers:
      Thomas
      Williams
      Harris
soldiers:
      Wilson
      Butler
      Jones
Ulrica: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Countess Marie: Mrs. David Lee
Christine: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Madame Mullen: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Ricca: Miss Bullen

4)  Richard the Third (23)

Performances:  First 12 February 1844; Previous 8 March 1844

Cast:

King Henry the Sixth: Honey
Edward: R. Hughes
Richard: Master Lightfoot
Richard, Duke of Gloster, afterwards Richard III: [Edward R.] Wright
Duke of Buckingham: Forman
Duke of Norfolk: Williamson
Lord Stanley: S[tephen] Smith
Earl of Richmond: Hamilton
Earl of Oxford: Freeborn
Lieutenant of the Tower: Freeman
Catesby: Sanders
Tressell: Leslie
Doctor Shaw: Wilson
Friar Beuker: Nye
Lord Mayor of London: Aldridge
Lady Anne: Miss Emma Stanley
Elizabeth: Miss Wiltshire
Duchess of York: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
standard bearers, trumpeters, cannoneers, banner bearers, archers, billmen, French troops, pursuivants, soldiers: [Unlisted]

11 March 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (30)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 9 March 1844; Next 12 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (13)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 9 March 1844; Next 12 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Ulrica; or, The Prisoner of State (7)

Performances:  First 4 March 1844; Previous 9 March 1844; Next 12 March 1844

Cast:

Frederick the Second: [George R.] Braid
Count D'Osborn: [George] Maynard
Ernest de Frideberg: Lyon
Burl: O. Smith
Phelim O'Tug: Hamilton
Herman: [George] Wieland
Fritz: Forman
Captain Auray: Freeborn
Caspar: Sanders
Karl: Aldridge
Kreutzer: Honey
officers:
      Thomas
      Williams
      Harris
soldiers:
      Wilson
      Butler
      Jones
Ulrica: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Countess Marie: Mrs. David Lee
Christine: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Madame Mullen: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Ricca: Miss Bullen

4)  Deeds of Dreadful Note! (1)

Author: [Mons. [Alfred] Dubois]

Performances:  First 11 March 1844; Next 12 March 1844

Genre:  (Burletta)

First Night Cast:

Stuff'em (a showman): S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Fright (a traveller): Forman
Mr. Timid: [Edward R.] Wright
Grab'em (policeman): Freeman
Mrs. Fright (wife to Fright): Miss Emma Stanley
 

12 March 1844
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (31)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 11 March 1844; Next 13 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (14)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 11 March 1844; Next 13 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Ulrica; or, The Prisoner of State (8)

Performances:  First 4 March 1844; Previous 11 March 1844; Next 13 March 1844

Cast:

Frederick the Second: [George R.] Braid
Count D'Osborn: [George] Maynard
Ernest de Frideberg: Lyon
Burl: O. Smith
Phelim O'Tug: Hamilton
Herman: [George] Wieland
Fritz: Forman
Captain Auray: Freeborn
Caspar: Sanders
Karl: Aldridge
Kreutzer: Honey
officers:
      Thomas
      Williams
      Harris
soldiers:
      Wilson
      Butler
      Jones
Ulrica: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Countess Marie: Mrs. David Lee
Christine: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Madame Mullen: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Ricca: Miss Bullen

4)  Deeds of Dreadful Note! (2)

Performances:  First 11 March 1844; Previous 11 March 1844; Next 13 March 1844

Cast:

Stuff'em: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Fright: Forman
Mr. Timid: [Edward R.] Wright
Grab'em: Freeman
Mrs. Fright: Miss Emma Stanley
 

13 March 1844
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (32)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 12 March 1844; Next 14 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (15)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 12 March 1844; Next 14 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Ulrica; or, The Prisoner of State (9)

Performances:  First 4 March 1844; Previous 12 March 1844; Next 14 March 1844

Cast:

Frederick the Second: [George R.] Braid
Count D'Osborn: [George] Maynard
Ernest de Frideberg: Lyon
Burl: O. Smith
Phelim O'Tug: Hamilton
Herman: [George] Wieland
Fritz: Forman
Captain Auray: Freeborn
Caspar: Sanders
Karl: Aldridge
Kreutzer: Honey
officers:
      Thomas
      Williams
      Harris
soldiers:
      Wilson
      Butler
      Jones
Ulrica: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Countess Marie: Mrs. David Lee
Christine: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Madame Mullen: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Ricca: Miss Bullen

4)  Deeds of Dreadful Note! (3)

Performances:  First 11 March 1844; Previous 12 March 1844; Next 14 March 1844

Cast:

Stuff'em: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Fright: Forman
Mr. Timid: [Edward R.] Wright
Grab'em: Freeman
Mrs. Fright: Miss Emma Stanley
 

14 March 1844
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (33)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 13 March 1844; Next 15 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (16)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 13 March 1844; Next 15 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Ulrica; or, The Prisoner of State (10)

Performances:  First 4 March 1844; Previous 13 March 1844; Next 15 March 1844

Cast:

Frederick the Second: [George R.] Braid
Count D'Osborn: [George] Maynard
Ernest de Frideberg: Lyon
Burl: O. Smith
Phelim O'Tug: Hamilton
Herman: [George] Wieland
Fritz: Forman
Captain Auray: Freeborn
Caspar: Sanders
Karl: Aldridge
Kreutzer: Honey
officers:
      Thomas
      Williams
      Harris
soldiers:
      Wilson
      Butler
      Jones
Ulrica: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Countess Marie: Mrs. David Lee
Christine: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Madame Mullen: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Ricca: Miss Bullen

4)  Deeds of Dreadful Note! (4)

Performances:  First 11 March 1844; Previous 13 March 1844; Next 15 March 1844

Cast:

Stuff'em: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Fright: Forman
Mr. Timid: [Edward R.] Wright
Grab'em: Freeman
Mrs. Fright: Miss Emma Stanley
 

15 March 1844
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (34)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 14 March 1844; Next 16 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (17)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 14 March 1844; Next 16 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Ulrica; or, The Prisoner of State (11)

Performances:  First 4 March 1844; Previous 14 March 1844; Next 16 March 1844

Cast:

Frederick the Second: [George R.] Braid
Count D'Osborn: [George] Maynard
Ernest de Frideberg: Lyon
Burl: O. Smith
Phelim O'Tug: Hamilton
Herman: [George] Wieland
Fritz: Forman
Captain Auray: Freeborn
Caspar: Sanders
Karl: Aldridge
Kreutzer: Honey
officers:
      Thomas
      Williams
      Harris
soldiers:
      Wilson
      Butler
      Jones
Ulrica: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Countess Marie: Mrs. David Lee
Christine: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Madame Mullen: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Ricca: Miss Bullen

4)  Deeds of Dreadful Note! (5)

Performances:  First 11 March 1844; Previous 14 March 1844; Next 16 March 1844

Cast:

Stuff'em: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Fright: Forman
Mr. Timid: [Edward R.] Wright
Grab'em: Freeman
Mrs. Fright: Miss Emma Stanley
 

16 March 1844
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (35)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 15 March 1844; Next 18 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

2)  Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (18)

Performances:  First 26 February 1844; Previous 15 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Little Antony: [Unlisted]
 

3)  Ulrica; or, The Prisoner of State (12)

Performances:  First 4 March 1844; Previous 15 March 1844

Cast:

Frederick the Second: [George R.] Braid
Count D'Osborn: [George] Maynard
Ernest de Frideberg: Lyon
Burl: O. Smith
Phelim O'Tug: Hamilton
Herman: [George] Wieland
Fritz: Forman
Captain Auray: Freeborn
Caspar: Sanders
Karl: Aldridge
Kreutzer: Honey
officers:
      Thomas
      Williams
      Harris
soldiers:
      Wilson
      Butler
      Jones
Ulrica: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Countess Marie: Mrs. David Lee
Christine: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Madame Mullen: Mrs. Woolidge
Madame Ricca: Miss Bullen

4)  Deeds of Dreadful Note! (6)

Performances:  First 11 March 1844; Previous 15 March 1844

Cast:

Stuff'em: S[tephen] Smith
Mr. Fright: Forman
Mr. Timid: [Edward R.] Wright
Grab'em: Freeman
Mrs. Fright: Miss Emma Stanley
 

18 March 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Henriette the Forsaken (1)

Author: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances:  First 18 March 1844; Next 19 March 1844

Genre:  (Melodrama) melo-drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Ferdinand de Monval: Lyon
St. Albin: Freeborn
Chevalier Pirouette: [Edward R.] Wright
Philippe: O. Smith
Beauvilliers: [George] Maynard
Pierre Gigot: Forman
Joseph: [R?] Hughes
gamekeeper: Honey
chasseur: [John B.] Johnstone
Francois: Sanders
cadet: Butler
Comptois: Aldridge
Henriette (the forsaken): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Monval: Mrs. D[avid] Lee
countess: Miss Butler
Baroness de Chevance: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
villagers, sportsmen, hunters, guards: [Unlisted]

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (10)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 21 October 1843; Next 19 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (36)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 16 March 1844; Next 19 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

General, Music


19 March 1844
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Henriette the Forsaken (2)

Performances:  First 18 March 1844; Previous 18 March 1844; Next 20 March 1844

Cast:

Ferdinand de Monval: Lyon
St. Albin: Freeborn
Chevalier Pirouette: [Edward R.] Wright
Philippe: O. Smith
Beauvilliers: [George] Maynard
Pierre Gigot: Forman
Joseph: [R?] Hughes
gamekeeper: Honey
chasseur: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Francois: Sanders
cadet: Butler
Comptois: Aldridge
Henriette: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Monval: Mrs. David Lee
countess: Miss Butler
Baroness de Chevance: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
villagers, sportsmen, hunters, guards: [Unlisted]

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (11)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 18 March 1844; Next 20 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (37)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 18 March 1844; Next 20 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

20 March 1844
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Henriette the Forsaken (3)

Performances:  First 18 March 1844; Previous 19 March 1844; Next 21 March 1844

Cast:

Ferdinand de Monval: Lyon
St. Albin: Freeborn
Chevalier Pirouette: [Edward R.] Wright
Philippe: O. Smith
Beauvilliers: [George] Maynard
Pierre Gigot: Forman
Joseph: [R?] Hughes
gamekeeper: Honey
chasseur: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Francois: Sanders
cadet: Butler
Comptois: Aldridge
Henriette: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Monval: Mrs. David Lee
countess: Miss Butler
Baroness de Chevance: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
villagers, sportsmen, hunters, guards: [Unlisted]

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (12)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 19 March 1844; Next 21 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (38)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 19 March 1844; Next 21 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

21 March 1844
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Henriette the Forsaken (4)

Performances:  First 18 March 1844; Previous 20 March 1844; Next 22 March 1844

Cast:

Ferdinand de Monval: Lyon
St. Albin: Freeborn
Chevalier Pirouette: [Edward R.] Wright
Philippe: O. Smith
Beauvilliers: [George] Maynard
Pierre Gigot: Forman
Joseph: [R?] Hughes
gamekeeper: Honey
chasseur: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Francois: Sanders
cadet: Butler
Comptois: Aldridge
Henriette: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Monval: Mrs. David Lee
countess: Miss Butler
Baroness de Chevance: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
villagers, sportsmen, hunters, guards: [Unlisted]

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (13)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 20 March 1844; Next 22 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (39)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 20 March 1844; Next 22 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

22 March 1844
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Henriette the Forsaken (5)

Performances:  First 18 March 1844; Previous 21 March 1844; Next 23 March 1844

Cast:

Ferdinand de Monval: Lyon
St. Albin: Freeborn
Chevalier Pirouette: [Edward R.] Wright
Philippe: O. Smith
Beauvilliers: [George] Maynard
Pierre Gigot: Forman
Joseph: [R?] Hughes
gamekeeper: Honey
chasseur: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Francois: Sanders
cadet: Butler
Comptois: Aldridge
Henriette: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Monval: Mrs. David Lee
countess: Miss Butler
Baroness de Chevance: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
villagers, sportsmen, hunters, guards: [Unlisted]

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (14)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 21 March 1844; Next 23 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (40)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 21 March 1844; Next 23 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

23 March 1844
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  Henriette the Forsaken (6)

Performances:  First 18 March 1844; Previous 22 March 1844

Cast:

Ferdinand de Monval: Lyon
St. Albin: Freeborn
Chevalier Pirouette: [Edward R.] Wright
Philippe: O. Smith
Beauvilliers: [George] Maynard
Pierre Gigot: Forman
Joseph: [R?] Hughes
gamekeeper: Honey
chasseur: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
Francois: Sanders
cadet: Butler
Comptois: Aldridge
Henriette: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Marchioness de Monval: Mrs. David Lee
countess: Miss Butler
Baroness de Chevance: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Rose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
villagers, sportsmen, hunters, guards: [Unlisted]

2)  Antony and Cleopatra (15)

Performances:  First 9 October 1843; Previous 22 March 1844

Cast:

Antony: [Edward R.] Wright
Cleopatra: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

3)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (41)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 22 March 1844; Next 27 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Mott
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

25 March 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Duchess de la Vaubaliere (1)

Author: J[ohn] B. Buckstone

Performances:  First 25 March 1844; Next 26 March 1844

Genre:  (Melodrama) melo-drama of powerful interest; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Regent of France: [George R.] Braid
Adrian: [George] Maynard
Duke de la Vaubaliere: Lyon
Morriseau (a notary): [Edward R.] Wright
Leonard (a farmer): O. Smith
Duke St. Aignan: Aldridge
Count de Sabran: Freeborn
Monsieur d'Argenville: Leslie
Farincourt: Honey
Raymond: Sanders
gentlemen of the court, lacqueys: [Unlisted]
Julie (daughter of Leonard): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Martha: Mrs. Woolidge

Scenery Description

2)  The Omnibus [; or, A Convenient Distance] (1)

Author: [Isaac Pocock]

Performances:  First 25 March 1844; Next 26 March 1844

Genre:  (Farce) farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Dobbs: [R?] Hughes
Mr. Ledger: S[tephen] Smith
farrier's boy: Honey
Master Tom Dobbs: Forman
Pat Rooney: Hamilton
Mrs. Dobbs: Mrs. Woolidge
Julia Ledger: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Miss Damper: Miss Aldridge
Miss Jemima Damper: Miss O. Hicks

3)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (1)

Author: [William T. Moncrieff]

Performances:  First 25 March 1844; Next 26 March 1844

Genre:  (Farce) celebrated extravaganza of fun, frolic, and flash

First Night Cast:

Tom: [George] Maynard
Jerry: Forman
Logic: O. Smith
Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Squire Hawthorn: Aldridge
Dick Trifle: Freeborn
Primefit: [George R.] Braid
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Dusty Bob: [George] Wieland
Regular: [John B.] Johnstone
M'Lush: Hamilton
Cope: H[enry] Hughes
lawyer: Honey
Mr. Mace: Shaw
Tattersal: Williamson
Billy Waters: Butler
Creeping Jack: Brunton
Kate: Miss Emma Stanley
Sue: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Jane: Miss Bromley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Woolidge
Sal: Sanders

Cast Commentary

Dance

Dance Commentary

Entertainment

Scenery Description


26 March 1844
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Duchess de la Vaubaliere (2)

Performances:  First 25 March 1844; Previous 25 March 1844; Next 27 March 1844

Cast:

Regent of France: [George R.] Braid
Adrian: [George] Maynard
Duke de la Vaubaliere: Lyon
Morriseau: [Edward R.] Wright
Leonard: O. Smith
Duke St. Aignan: Aldridge
Count de Sabran: Freeborn
Monsieur d'Argenville: Leslie
Farincourt: Honey
Raymond: Sanders
gentlemen of the court, lacqueys: [Unlisted]
Julie: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Martha: Mrs. Woolidge

2)  The Omnibus [; or, A Convenient Distance] (2)

Performances:  First 25 March 1844; Previous 25 March 1844

Cast:

Mr. Dobbs: [R?] Hughes
Mr. Ledger: S[tephen] Smith
farrier's boy: Honey
Master Tom Dobbs: Forman
Pat Rooney: Hamilton
Mrs. Dobbs: Mrs. Woolidge
Julia Ledger: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Miss Damper: Miss Aldridge
Miss Jemima Damper: Miss O. Hicks

3)  Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (2)

Performances:  First 25 March 1844; Previous 25 March 1844

Cast:

Tom: [George] Maynard
Jerry: Forman
Logic: O. Smith
Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Squire Hawthorn: Aldridge
Dick Trifle: Freeborn
Primefit: [George R.] Braid
O'Boozle: S[tephen] Smith
Dusty Bob: [George] Wieland
Regular: J[ohn] B. Johnstone
M'Lush: Hamilton
Cope: H[enry] Hughes
lawyer: Honey
Mr. Mace: Shaw
Tattersal: Williamson
Billy Waters: Butler
Creeping Jack: Brunton
Kate: Miss Emma Stanley
Sue: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Jane: Miss Bromley
Mrs. Tartar: Mrs. Woolidge
Sal: Sanders

27 March 1844
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Benefit: Edward Stirling (stage manager)

1)  The Duchess de la Vaubaliere (3)

Performances:  First 25 March 1844; Previous 26 March 1844

Cast:

Regent of France: [George R.] Braid
Adrian: [George] Maynard
Duke de la Vaubaliere: Lyon
Morriseau: [Edward R.] Wright
Leonard: O. Smith
Duke St. Aignan: Aldridge
Count de Sabran: Freeborn
Monsieur d'Argenville: Leslie
Farincourt: Honey
Raymond: Sanders
gentlemen of the court, lacqueys: [Unlisted]
Julie: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Martha: Mrs. Woolidge

2)  The King's Gardener [; or, Nipped in the Bud] (1)

Author: Charles Selby

Performances:  First 27 March 1844

Genre:  (Farce) farce

First Night Cast:

Benserade: [R?] Hughes
De Bussy: [George R.] Braid
Flic Flac: Honey
Galochard (a gardener—with a song): Forman
Madame Galochard: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Suzette: Miss Stephens
Nanette: Miss Hicks
Louise: Miss Butler

Song

3)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (42)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 23 March 1844; Next 29 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Bromley
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

Cast Changes:

BUT  Little Fan: Miss Bromley (replaces Miss Mott)

General, Song

General, Dance


28 March 1844
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Benefit: Mrs. Frederick H. Yates

1)  The Maid of Honour (1)

Author: Samuel Beazley Jr.

Performances:  First 28 March 1844

Genre:  (Drama) petite comedy; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Count Ollivarez (afterwards Duke de Medina): Lyon
Henrico (court page, afterwards captain of the Queen's guards): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Chevalier St. George (ambassador of the court of Spain): Freeborn
Usher of the palace: Sanders
Queen: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Duchess Albafurez (mistress of the robes): Mrs. D[avid] Lee
Felicia (the court milliner—afterwards a maid of honor): Miss Ellen Chaplin
Marchioness Santa Bella: Miss Wiltshire
Donna Anna: Miss Butler
court milliners:
      Miss Lee
      Miss O. Hicks

2)  Out of Place (1)

Author: Mark Lemon

Performances:  First 28 March 1844

Genre:  (Farce) popular farce

First Night Cast:

Captain Merrival: [George] Maynard
Peter Pommel: Forman
Honorable Chancery Lovenap: [George R.] Braid
John: Honey
Walnut: Aldridge
Miss Merrival: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Miss Lucy Lorimer: Miss Butler
Sophy Sollikins (her original character): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam

Music Commentary

Song

Song Commentary

Dance

3)  The Young Widow [; or, A Lesson for Lovers] (1)

Author: [James T. Rodwell]

Performances:  First 28 March 1844

Genre:  (Farce) burletta

First Night Cast:

Mandeville: [George R.] Braid
Splash: [Edward R.] Wright
Aurelia: Miss Emma Stanley
Lucy: Mrs. F[rank] Matthews
 

Dance

4)  The Snapping Turtles [; or, Matrimonial Masquerading] (1)

Author: [John B.] Buckstone

Performances:  First 28 March 1844

Genre:  (Farce) celebrated duo-drama

First Night Cast:

Mr. Timms: [John B.] Buckstone
Miss Arabella Dieaway: [John B.] Buckstone
Sober Sam: [John B.] Buckstone
Mrs. Timms: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam
Mr. Fipkins Yawyaw: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam
Mrs. O'Blarney: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam

Song

Song Commentary

General, Song


29 March 1844
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
29 March 1844
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

Benefit: Wright

1)  Ten Thousand a Year (1)

Title Comment:  "Founded on a celebrated story in Blackwood's Magazine" (bill)

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

Performances:  First 29 March 1844

Genre:  (Drama) drama of real life; 3 epochs

First Night Cast:

Charles Aubrey, Esq. (gentleman of Ten Thousand a year): [George] Maynard
(well-known legal firm)
      Quirk: [James P.] Wilkinson
      Gammon: Lyon
      Snap: [R?] Hughes
Tittlebat Titmouse (haberdasher's shopman): [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Huckaback (Tottenham-court Road swell shopman): Paul J. Bedford
O'Toole (clerk to Quirk and Co.): Honey
Mr. Parkinson (Aubrey's solicitor): [Frederick?] Smithson
Mr. Runnington (eminent English solicitor, agent to Parkinson): Aldridge
footman to Mr. Aubrey: Jones
Charles (Aubrey's son): Master Webb
Lord Charles Berton: Master Forrest
Sir Henry Oldfield: Master Cormack
Jenkins (shopman to Tagrag): Freeborn
Tiddle (valet to Titmouse): Henry
Twirl (hair-dresser): Sanders
Nabbs (sheriff's officer): "Fleece"
Mrs. Aubrey: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Kate Aubrey (Aubrey's sister, beloved of Delamere): Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Harriet Cherville: Miss Greenland
Agnes (Aubrey's daughter): Miss E. Frampton
Mrs. Aubrey Sr.: Mrs. Pearse
Fanny (Miss Aubrey's maid): Miss Butler
Mrs. Squallop (Titmouse's landlady—Closet Court): Mrs. Woolidge

Song

Dance

Scenery Description

2)  Norma (13)

Performances:  First 11 December 1843; Previous 23 December 1843

Cast:

Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Pollio: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright
Oroveso: Miss Hanson
Clotilda: Honey
Flavius: Miss Berenger

3)  Bombastes Furioso (1)

Author: [William B. Rhodes]

Performances:  First 29 March 1844

Genre:  (Burlesque) popular mock-heroical-bombastical-burlesque-tragic-opera; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Artaxomines: Forman
Fusbos: S[tephen] Smith
Bombastes Furioso: [Edward R.] Wright
Distaffina: Miss Emma Stanley
 

Song

4)  A Christmas Carol; or, Past, Present, and Future (43)

Performances:  First 5 February 1844; Previous 27 March 1844

Cast:

Ebenezer Scrooge: O. Smith
Mister Bob Cratchit: [Edward R.] Wright
Ghost of Old Jacob Marley: R. Hughes
Mr. Fezziwig: S[tephen] Smith
Dr. Dilworth: Johnson
Master Scrooge: Master Lightfoot
Young Scrooge: [George R.] Braid
Dick Wilkins: Leslie
post boy: Honey
The Dirty Little Boy from over the way: Master Mouncer
milkman, cook's, sweetheart, baker, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Fezziwig: Mrs. Woolidge
Bella Morton: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
The Ghost of Christmas Past: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Little Fan: Miss Bromley
Mary the tenant, Sally the cook, their friends, neighbours: [Unlisted]
Nephew Fred: [George] Maynard
Master Peter Cratchit: Master Brunton
Master Tom Cratchit: Master Scott
sea captain: Jones
Tiny Tim: Miss Maynard
Ignorance: Crane
Want: Holmes
mariners:
      "Rough"
      "Rains"
butchers, grocers, ballad singers, passengers, watchmen, small purchasers, visitors: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Bob Cratchit: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha Cratchit: Miss Lee
Belinda Cratchit: Miss O. Hicks
Sally Cratchit: Miss Johnson
Ghost of Christmas Present: Forman
Old Joe: Sanders
Mr. Topper: Aldridge
Mr. Floss: Freeborn
Mr. Blink: Honey
Visitors, guests: [Unlisted]
Mrs. Dibler: Mrs. Woolidge
Mrs. Fred: Miss Butler
Sally: Miss Wiltshire
Spirit of the Future: Mrs. David Lee
Fiddler: Shaw

General, Dance

General, Dance Commentary

General, Entertainment

General, Entertainment Commentary

General, Advertisement


30 March 1844
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Lent

Preliminaries Commentary


1 April 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


2 April 1844
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


3 April 1844
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


4 April 1844
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


5 April 1844
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Good Friday

Preliminaries Commentary


6 April 1844
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Passion Week

Preliminaries Commentary


8 April 1844
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 April 1844
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9 April 1844
Tuesday  Evening
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10 April 1844
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11 April 1844
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12 April 1844
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13 April 1844
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15 April 1844
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16 April 1844
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17 April 1844
Wednesday  Evening
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18 April 1844
Thursday  Evening
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19 April 1844
Friday  Evening
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20 April 1844
Saturday  Evening
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22 April 1844
Monday  Evening
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23 April 1844
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24 April 1844
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25 April 1844
Thursday  Evening
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26 April 1844
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27 April 1844
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29 April 1844
Monday  Evening
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30 April 1844
Tuesday  Evening
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1 May 1844
Wednesday  Evening
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2 May 1844
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3 May 1844
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4 May 1844
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6 May 1844
Monday  Evening
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7 May 1844
Tuesday  Evening
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8 May 1844
Wednesday  Evening
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9 May 1844
Thursday  Evening
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10 May 1844
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11 May 1844
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13 May 1844
Monday  Evening
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14 May 1844
Tuesday  Evening
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15 May 1844
Wednesday  Evening
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16 May 1844
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17 May 1844
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18 May 1844
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20 May 1844
Monday  Evening
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21 May 1844
Tuesday  Evening
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22 May 1844
Wednesday  Evening
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23 May 1844
Thursday  Evening
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24 May 1844
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25 May 1844
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27 May 1844
Monday  Evening
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28 May 1844
Tuesday  Evening
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29 May 1844
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30 May 1844
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31 May 1844
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1 June 1844
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3 June 1844
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4 June 1844
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5 June 1844
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6 June 1844
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7 June 1844
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8 June 1844
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10 June 1844
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11 June 1844
Tuesday  Evening
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12 June 1844
Wednesday  Evening
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13 June 1844
Thursday  Evening
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14 June 1844
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15 June 1844
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17 June 1844
Monday  Evening
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Seasonal Summary

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Doors open 6:30, curtain 7:00, half price 9:00.

Ticket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

2 Oct 1843 - 17 Jun 1844; 214 performances: 214 evening

Benefit (5):Edward Stirling (stage manager) (27 Mar 1844)
John H. Anderson (17 Jun 1844)
Malone Raymond (22 Apr 1844)
Mrs. Frederick H. Yates (28 Mar 1844)
Wright (29 Mar 1844)
Dark (9):Ash Wednesday (21 Feb 1844)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1843)
Good Friday (5 Apr 1844)
Lent (30 Mar 1844)
Passion Week (1 Apr 1844, 2 Apr 1844, 3 Apr 1844, 4 Apr 1844, 6 Apr 1844)
Post seasonal entertainment (37):Great Wizard of the North (6 May 1844, 7 May 1844, 8 May 1844, 9 May 1844, 10 May 1844, 11 May 1844, 13 May 1844, 14 May 1844, 15 May 1844, 16 May 1844, 17 May 1844, 18 May 1844, 20 May 1844, 21 May 1844, 22 May 1844, 23 May 1844, 24 May 1844, 25 May 1844, 27 May 1844, 28 May 1844, 29 May 1844, 30 May 1844, 31 May 1844, 1 Jun 1844, 3 Jun 1844, 4 Jun 1844, 5 Jun 1844, 6 Jun 1844, 7 Jun 1844, 8 Jun 1844, 10 Jun 1844, 11 Jun 1844, 12 Jun 1844, 13 Jun 1844, 14 Jun 1844, 15 Jun 1844, 17 Jun 1844)
Post seasonal entertainments (24):Great Wizard of the North, and An Hour in Ireland (8 Apr 1844, 9 Apr 1844, 10 Apr 1844, 11 Apr 1844, 12 Apr 1844, 13 Apr 1844, 15 Apr 1844, 16 Apr 1844, 17 Apr 1844, 18 Apr 1844, 19 Apr 1844, 20 Apr 1844, 22 Apr 1844, 23 Apr 1844, 24 Apr 1844, 25 Apr 1844, 26 Apr 1844, 27 Apr 1844, 29 Apr 1844, 30 Apr 1844, 1 May 1844, 2 May 1844, 3 May 1844, 4 May 1844)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Lessees:Gladstane, Thomas
Stage directors:Stirling, Edward
Stage managers:Stirling, Edward
Directors of music:Rodwell, George H.
Orchestra conductors and leaders:Kearns, William H.
Ballet masters and mistresses:Frampton, Fred
Musical composers and arrangers:Rodwell, George H.
Box bookkeepers:Hughes
Scene painters:Finlay
Pitt, Thomas H.
Stage mechanics:Cooper
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Godbee
Grundy, Miss
Palmer, Jr.
Taylor, Mrs.
Printers:S. G. Fairbrother, 31 Bow Street, Covent Garden (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

Adam, Adolphe C. Daughter of the Danube, The; or, The Imp and the Water King (26 Feb 1844)
Barnett, Charles Z. Marie (2 Oct 1843)
Beazley, Samuel, Jr. Maid of Honour, The (28 Mar 1844)
Bellini, Vincenzo Norma (11 Dec 1843)
Blewitt, Jonathan Bluejackets, The; or, Her Majesty's Service (30 Oct 1843)
Buckstone, John B. Duchess de la Vaubaliere, The (25 Mar 1844)
Henriette the Forsaken (18 Mar 1844)
Snapping Turtles, The; or, Matrimonial Masquerading (28 Mar 1844)
Wreck Ashore, The; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (23 Oct 1843)
Coyne, Joseph S. Binks the Bagman (2 Oct 1843)
Merchant and His Clerks, The (27 Nov 1843)
Richard the Third (12 Feb 1844)
Dibdin, Charles Bluejackets, The; or, Her Majesty's Service (30 Oct 1843)
Dubois, Mons. Alfred Deeds of Dreadful Note! (11 Mar 1844)
Fitzball, Edward Mary Melvyn; or, The Marriage of Interest (20 Nov 1843)
Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (2 Oct 1843)
Frampton, Fred Fete des Noces, La (27 Nov 1843)
Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (26 Dec 1843)
Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (2 Oct 1843)
Harvey Bluejackets, The; or, Her Majesty's Service (30 Oct 1843)
Kearns, William H. Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (26 Dec 1843)
Lemon, Mark Out of Place (28 Mar 1844)
Maddison, George W. Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (25 Mar 1844)
Moncrieff, William T. Tom and Jerry; or, Life in London (25 Mar 1844)
Morton, John M. Judith of Geneva (29 Jan 1844)
Oxberry, William H. Norma (11 Dec 1843)
Peake, Richard B. Ten Thousand a Year (29 Mar 1844)
Pilati, Auguste Daughter of the Danube, The; or, The Imp and the Water King (26 Feb 1844)
Pocock, Isaac Omnibus, The; or, A Convenient Distance (25 Mar 1844)
Pugni, Signor Cesare Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (2 Oct 1843)
Rhodes, William B. Bombastes Furioso (29 Mar 1844)
Rodwell, George H. Bohemians, The; or, The Rogues of Paris (6 Nov 1843)
Christmas Carol, A; or, Past, Present, and Future (5 Feb 1844)
Henriette the Forsaken (18 Mar 1844)
Mysterious Family, The (15 Nov 1843)
Ondine; or, The Naiad's Spell (2 Oct 1843)
Pic Nic, The; or, Husbands, Wives, and Lovers (4 Dec 1843)
Ten Thousand a Year (29 Mar 1844)
Wreck Ashore, The; or, A Bridegroom from the Sea (23 Oct 1843)
Rodwell, James T. Young Widow, The; or, A Lesson for Lovers (28 Mar 1844)
Selby, Charles Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled (26 Feb 1844)
Antony and Cleopatra (9 Oct 1843)
King's Gardener, The; or, Nipped in the Bud (27 Mar 1844)
Moral Philosopher, The (9 Oct 1843)
Stirling, Edward Bluejackets, The; or, Her Majesty's Service (30 Oct 1843)
Bohemians, The; or, The Rogues of Paris (6 Nov 1843)
Christmas Carol, A; or, Past, Present, and Future (5 Feb 1844)
Harlequin Blue Beard; or, The Fairy of the Silver Crescent (26 Dec 1843)
Ulrica; or, The Prisoner of State (4 Mar 1844)
Wanted a Wife; or, London, Liverpool and Bristol (23 Oct 1843)
Unknown Bal Impromptu, Le (18 Dec 1843)
Daughter of the Danube, The; or, The Imp and the Water King (26 Feb 1844)
Dominique (4 Dec 1843)
Wilks, Thomas E. Roll of the Drum, The (16 Oct 1843)

Music Composers/Pieces

Unlisted Banjo duet (26 Dec 1843)
Golden Sun Is In the West, The (2 Oct 1843)
When the Moon Looks Down on the Silent Deep (2 Oct 1843)

Song Composers/Pieces

Dibdin, Charles I. Hot Codlins (26 Dec 1843)
Horn, Charles E. Maiden I Am, A (23 Oct 1843)
Rodwell, George H. Exactly What It Ought To Be (5 Feb 1844)
Unlisted Title # 097 (9 Oct 1843)
Unlisted Baffled Knight, The (5 Feb 1844)
Christmas Comes But Once a Year (5 Feb 1844)
Come Return with Me, Renew Thine Airy Form (2 Oct 1843)
Come Sail with Me in My Fairy Boat (2 Oct 1843)
Cup of Wine from the Juicy Vine, A (2 Oct 1843)
Dance to the Merry Castanette (2 Oct 1843)
Distant Bells (5 Feb 1844)
Fill Up, Let Joy and Mirth Abound (6 Nov 1843)
Fine Old English Gentleman, The (29 Mar 1844)
Flowers to Strew and Garlands to Twine (2 Oct 1843)
Go Little Prattlers (29 Mar 1844)
Grant Us Mother Calm Repose (2 Oct 1843)
Grim King of Ghosts (5 Feb 1844)
Here Shall Soft Charity Repine (29 Mar 1844)
Hope Told a Flattering Tale (29 Mar 1844)
Hurry Along (5 Feb 1844)
In Our Cabin By the Sea (2 Oct 1843)
Irish Fox Hunt and Horse Race, An (28 Mar 1844)
Jodeln song (16 Oct 1843)
Jog On the Footpath Way (5 Feb 1844)
Jolly Giant Glorious to See, A (5 Feb 1844)
Jullien's All the Go (28 Mar 1844)
Lady Frances Neville's Delight (5 Feb 1844)
Let's Tope and Be Merry (5 Feb 1844)
Life of a Dandy, The (28 Mar 1844)
Little Musgrave (5 Feb 1844)
Lots of Plum Pudding (5 Feb 1844)
Love Lies Bleeding (5 Feb 1844)
Mock bravura (2 Oct 1843)
Money Bags (5 Feb 1844)
Musical duet (26 Dec 1843)
Old King Cole (5 Feb 1844)
Remember, Oh, Thou Me (5 Feb 1844)
Sailors Lead a Merry, Merry Life (30 Oct 1843)
Teazing Lovers of All Nations (28 Mar 1844)
Though Lovers We Are Not (23 Oct 1843)
Trip and Go (5 Feb 1844)
Widow Mahony (4 Mar 1844)

Choreographers/Pieces

Frampton, Fred Gitana Cachucha Cracovienne Bolero Tarantella (26 Feb 1844)
Unlisted Celebrated dancing duet (28 Mar 1844)
Characteristic pas Suisse (29 Jan 1844)
Cracovienne (28 Mar 1844)
Galop and pas rustique (27 Nov 1843)
Hornpipe of twelve (30 Oct 1843)
Ko-Ko-Mo-Ko (9 Oct 1843)
Pas Chinois (29 Mar 1844)
Pas comique (6 Nov 1843)
Pas de deux (27 Nov 1843)
Pas de fascination (2 Oct 1843)
Pas de valse (25 Mar 1844)
Pas de villageoises (27 Nov 1843)
Pas des guirlandes (27 Nov 1843)
Pas diabolique (2 Oct 1843)
Pas fantastique (27 Nov 1843)
Shadow dance (2 Oct 1843)

Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted Arrest of the assassin and fall of the King of the Bohemians (6 Nov 1843)
Assaut d'armes (9 Oct 1843)
Attack of the military on the thieves' den (6 Nov 1843)
Fete of the Madonna (2 Oct 1843)
grand emblematic ensemblage of love and loyalty on board the Golden Galley, manned by Cupids and steer'd by Hope, The (26 Dec 1843)
Grand Oriental, Turkish, Persian, Hindoo, Anglo-Indian procession of horse and foot over the impassable mountains (26 Dec 1843)
Mystic rising of the Naiad from The Sea (2 Oct 1843)
shower of many-coloured gems, A (2 Oct 1843)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Unattributed Almack's (25 Mar 1844)
Arras chamber of the countess (4 Mar 1844)
Back slums in the Holy Land (25 Mar 1844)
Blue Beard's castle (26 Dec 1843)
Blue chamber—a grim ghostly apartment, the (26 Dec 1843)
Bob Cratchit's, Camden Town, Christmas dinner (5 Feb 1844)
Chamber of Scrooge, the miser (5 Feb 1844)
Chambers in the Albany (25 Mar 1844)
Chambers of T. Titmouse, Esq. M.P. in the Albany (29 Mar 1844)
Chateau Vaubaliere, the (25 Mar 1844)
Children's ball at Yatton (29 Mar 1844)
Clare Market, by gaslight—Christmas Eve (5 Feb 1844)
Corinthian's chaffing crib, the (25 Mar 1844)
Cottage of the Widow Bow-Wow with a mountain pass and fairy fountain (26 Dec 1843)
Desolate church-yard, the (5 Feb 1844)
Dominion of fancy, the (2 Oct 1843)
Drawing room at Yatton (29 Mar 1844)
Drawing room of a dashing belle (25 Mar 1844)
Dungeons of the fortress of the Giant's Mount (4 Mar 1844)
Exterior of the blue chamber watched and guarded by monstrous monsters (26 Dec 1843)
Farm-house of Leonard (25 Mar 1844)
Farm-yard—landscape, the (23 Oct 1843)
Fezziwig's ball (5 Feb 1844)
Gammon's office (29 Mar 1844)
Gardens of the Chatte Amoureuse, or Amorous Kitten (6 Nov 1843)
Gardens of the Pavilion Pomerain (4 Mar 1844)
Garret in the Rue de Tabac, a (6 Nov 1843)
Giannina's chamber at sunrise (2 Oct 1843)
Grand hall in the fortress, with ruined chapel (4 Mar 1844)
Halls of chrysolite and grotto of beauty beneath the waters (2 Oct 1843)
Harlequin Hotel, Chequer St., for genteel families— the double-bedded room (26 Dec 1843)
Heights overlooking Paris, bivouac of the Bohemians, the (6 Nov 1843)
Home (2 Oct 1843)
Hotel de la Vaubaliere, at Paris (25 Mar 1844)
Interior of a cottage (23 Oct 1843)
Interior of Tattersal's (25 Mar 1844)
Italy the shores of the Mediterranean (2 Oct 1843)
Kitchen for the million (26 Dec 1843)
Landscape—marsh (23 Oct 1843)
Last of the stay-makers, Cranbourn Alley, the (26 Dec 1843)
Leadenhall Market and the Hampstead Road (26 Dec 1843)
Liberty Hall (25 Mar 1844)
Mansion of Tittlebat Titmouse, Esq. in Park Lane (29 Mar 1844)
Marine store shop, a wretched dirty den, a (5 Feb 1844)
Mine, the (5 Feb 1844)
Miser's grave, the (5 Feb 1844)
Model farm, near Windsor, the (26 Dec 1843)
Mr. Aubrey's house in Vivian Street (29 Mar 1844)
Mr. Gammon's chambers in Thaives' Inn (29 Mar 1844)
Nephew Fred's (5 Feb 1844)
Nicolo's cottage (2 Oct 1843)
Office of Messrs. Quirk, Gammon, and Snap (29 Mar 1844)
Old hall in Moatley Manor (23 Oct 1843)
Palace of the Water Queen beneath the silver wave (2 Oct 1843)
Paris, 1842 Messageries Royales, Rue Notre Dame des Victoires (6 Nov 1843)
Paris and Savoy (2 Oct 1843)
Paris (2 Oct 1843)
Pont Marie, River Seine and Paris by moonlight with the embankments of the river, boats, barges (6 Nov 1843)
Quarries of Montmartre, the (6 Nov 1843)
Rendezvous, Brydges Street, The (26 Dec 1843)
Restaurant—Boulevard Italien (6 Nov 1843)
Room in Moatley Manor (23 Oct 1843)
Royal Exchange, the (5 Feb 1844)
Saracen's Head, Snow Hill, a hundred years ago, the (26 Dec 1843)
Scrooge's chamber, the dream (5 Feb 1844)
Scrooge's home (5 Feb 1844)
Subterranean volcanic cavern in the bowels of the earth (26 Dec 1843)
Summer (23 Oct 1843)
Tapis franc, or low billiard and smoking room in La Cite, a (6 Nov 1843)
Temple Bar by gaslight (25 Mar 1844)
Temple of Britannia (26 Dec 1843)
Titmouse's attic, Closet Court (29 Mar 1844)
Valley of gloom, the (26 Dec 1843)
Wild mountain pass and Alpine Bridge (4 Mar 1844)
Winter farm-yard on the Essex Marshes (23 Oct 1843)
Wizard's glen, the (26 Dec 1843)
Yatton (29 Mar 1844)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

Antony and Cleopatra Married and Settled

(Burlesque by Selby, Charles (Author) (18 Performances, 26 Feb 1844 - 16 Mar 1844)

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Antony and Cleopatra

(Burlesque, 1 act) by Selby, Charles (Author) (15 Performances, 9 Oct 1843 - 23 Mar 1844)

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Bal Impromptu, Le

(Undetermined by Unknown (Author) (6 Performances, 18 Dec 1843 - 23 Dec 1843)

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Binks the Bagman

(Farce by Coyne, Joseph S. (Author) (6 Performances, 2 Oct 1843 - 7 Oct 1843)

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Bluejackets, The; or, Her Majesty's Service

(Farce by Stirling, Edward (Author) (12 Performances, 30 Oct 1843 - 18 Nov 1843)

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*  Bohemians, The; or, The Rogues of Paris

(Drama, 3 acts) by Stirling, Edward (Author); Rodwell, George H. (Composer) (71 Performances, 6 Nov 1843 - 27 Jan 1844)

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Bombastes Furioso

(Burlesque, 1 act) by Rhodes, William B. (Author) (1 Performances, 29 Mar 1844)

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*  Christmas Carol, A; or, Past, Present, and Future

(Drama, 3 staves, or acts) by Stirling, Edward (Author); Rodwell, George H. (Composer) (43 Performances, 5 Feb 1844 - 29 Mar 1844)

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Daughter of the Danube, The; or, The Imp and the Water King

(Extravaganza by Unknown (Author); Adam, Adolphe C. (Composer); Pilati, Auguste (Composer) (6 Performances, 26 Feb 1844 - 2 Mar 1844)

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Deeds of Dreadful Note!

(Burletta by Dubois, Mons. Alfred (Author) (6 Performances, 11 Mar 1844 - 16 Mar 1844)

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