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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 1845-1846

Edited by Gayle Harris

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

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

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

Contents

Illustration

The Season

The Adelphi bill of 25 September 1845, proclaimed "Glorious Success. Adelphi Success! Palmy Days of Triumph! Really overflowing houses! AND A COMPANY OF TALENT NOT TO BE BEATEN!!"

Such excess seems to have been justified. To celebrate the success an elegant supper was given for the management and cast. Representing the latter, Paul Bedford presented to manager Ben Webster a silver facsimile of the Warwick Vase as "a token to their regard for his unwearied exertions and perseverance, and to commemorate the unprecedented prolongation of the season" (Times, 28 September 1845, p. 6).

Adaptations of French plays were standard fare at other London theatres as well as the Adelphi. A correspondent to the Theatrical Times (24 October 1846), assessed this trend:

[Those] unacquainted with the proceedings behind the curtain, must be astonished at the number of translations from the French that are continually palmed upon the public; and must naturally conclude therefrom that there is a dearth of native dramatic talent, whereas the sole cause of this state of affairs is the fact of the indolence or want of enterprise in managers generally. They are unwilling to incur the risk of producing a play which may prove unsuccessful, and therefore they prefer translating one which has received the fiat of approval from an audience (although that audience be a foreign one, and the tastes of the French are in dramatic respects widely different from our own.) Yet, nevertheless, they think that with a little mutilation and a few alterations, it may be rendered palatable for a short time, and thus save them the outlay of much expenditure.... Some thousands of plays of all kinds are every season submitted to the managers of our theatres, for their approval. They are taken in, doomed never to see the light again until called for by the authors, to whom they are returned unread (p. 165).

Although adaptations from the French abounded, the season did produce multiple variations on one work of English origin, and the Adelphi, on 31 December 1845, produced the second of what was to become a plague of crickets, based upon Dickens' The Cricket On The Hearth. In all, seventeen versions were presented at various London theatres during the holiday season.

Charles Dickens apparently wrote the story in ready form for pirates to plagiarize, dividing the story into three "chirps," or acts (although the Adelphi production was given in only two chirps), and providing dialogue that could be simply lifted in sequence--possibly to preserve the integrity of the original version.

The previous year, the Adelphi had produced Dickens' authorized version of The Chimes, but, for Cricket, Dickens instead gave sanction and advance proof sheets to the Keeleys for use at the Lyceum but was powerless to prohibit the multitude of productions at other houses. From the simultaneous publication of the story and first authorized dramatic production at the Lyceum on 20 December 1845, it took Edward Stirling only eleven days to produce a version, and subsequent adaptations rapidly appeared at the Victoria, City of London, Albert Saloon, Marylebone, Queen's, Pavilion, Garrick, Effingham Saloon, Standard, Haymarket, Bower Saloon, Olympic, Grecian, and Apollo Saloon. It may be fairly asserted that Dickens reaped no reward for his assistance to the adapters of these various productions.

The Sunday Times of 17 January 1847 (p. 3), under the heading, "The Stage as It Is" presented a critical analysis of the theatre in general and the causes of its "decline": (1) exorbitant rents charged by proprietors to lessees, leading the latter to adopt dubious schemes approaching extortion to meet the rents (2) rehearsals which were too few and too careless, actors seldom if ever studying parts at home (3) scenery which is seldom built and in place before the first performance (4) the custom of admitting the "dame du pave" frequently by free admission on the theory that they are an "attraction" (5) callous treatment of actors by, for example, having them line up for the "opening of the treasury," and posting substitutions openly in the Green-room--putting the actor who has been substituted into the mortifying position of having everyone know that he has taken a part refused by someone else.

There was, finally, an event in the personal life of the manageress, Madame Céline Céleste, which bears recording. The New York Herald of 7 June 1846 reported that the daughter of Mme. Céleste, by her marriage to a Mr. Elliott, had eloped. The girl, as a child, had been left in Baltimore under the care of Mr. Johnson. In the meantime, the young son of the guardian had grown and reached maturity with the girl, and "without asking the consent of either 'ma or 'pa, they proceeded on a visit to the parson, and became indissolubly united for the remainder of their lives." As both enjoyed considerable financial security, their future seemed assured (New York Herald, 7 June 1846).

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Daily Calendar For 1845-1846


1 Sep 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
1 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; adapt fr French play Le Canal Saint-Martin
AU: Edward Stirling, CHOR: Mrs. Worrell

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, next 2 Sep 1845

Genre (drama) entirely new drama; 3 acts of 3 scenes

First Night Cast

Laroche (wood merchant): O. Smith; Robert (his foreman): Lambert; Armand (his clerk): Worrell; Martial (gentleman at large): [Benjamin N.] Webster; John Cabot (his English tiger): [James H.] Munyard; Barbillon (aquatic adventurer): [Edward R.] Wright; Galon (specimen of a man above his work): Paul J. Bedford; Martin: [William] Cullenford; Mons. Joseph (banker): Freeborn appropriators of superabundant cash Pipod: [John] Sanders; Lonchou: C[hristopher] J. Smith; Slick: [William] Mitchenson commissaire of police: Wade; garcon: Green; workmen, police, warehousemen, grisettes, market girls: [Unlisted]; Clarisse (merchant's daughter): Mme. [Céline] Céleste; Madame Doutel: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Milanie (a grisette): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Reference Cast

Laroche: O. Smith
Robert: Charles Perkins
Armand: Worrell
Martial: Benjamin N. Webster
John Cabot: James H. Munyard
Barbillon: Edward R. Wright
Galon: Paul J. Bedford
Martin: William Cullenford
Mons. Joseph: Freeborn
Pipod: John Sanders
Lonchou: Christopher J. Smith
Slick: William Mitchenson
commissaire of police: Wade
garcon: Green
workmen, police, warehousemen,
   grisettes, market girls:
   Unlisted

Clarisse: Mme. Céline Céleste
Madame Doutel: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Milanie: Miss Ellen Chaplin

"Blaze Away" [Alfred Mellon], Paul J. Bedford; "The Belle Normandi" [Alfred Mellon], Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

I,i a chautier du grenadier, or, woodyard on the banks of the Canal St. Martin, on the boulevards of Paris; I,ii a mansarde in the Rue de Coq; I,iii Canal of St. Martin with a view of the Place and Bastille, the Passerelle, the Column of July, and the Elephant; II,i cabin of the St. Nicolas; II,ii a street; II,iii gardens of L'Ile D'Amour at Belville, and Fete of St. Martin; III,i chamber in the house of Laroche; III,ii the Cheineu de Ronde, near the Barriere de la Vilette; III,iii the Fete de la Vilette, near the Barriere St. Martin

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (1)

AU: [Benjamin N.] Webster

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, next 2 Sep 1845

Genre (comic drama) triumphantly successful new comic drama

First Night Cast

Duke de Richelieu: Worrell; Duke de Pompadour: Lindon; Dubois: [William] Cullenford; Marshal Villeroy: Lambert; Saint-Geniez: Sylvester; Canillac: Freeborn; Cavois: Carle ladies of the court Marchioness de Parabere: Miss Emma Harding; Mademoiselle Duclos: Miss Jones; Madame de Sabran: Miss Reynolds; Madame de Phalaris: Miss Bell The Boy King's Court Louis XV (aged 15, King of France): Mme. [Céline] Céleste; Duke de Lauzun: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Count de Choiseul: Miss Taylor; Duke de Roquelaure: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Duke de Cosse: Miss Simpson; Grand Master of the Horse: Master Tom; usher: Master Gallot; king's pages: Master Cattle, Master Robins, Master Doney, Master Woodward; Marie Leczinska (Queen of Louis XV): Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Mlle. de Mailly: Miss Vernon; Mlle. de Presles: Miss Shouel; Princess d'Egmont: Miss Robins; Mlle. de la Ferte: Miss [Emily M.] Turtle; Mlle. de Chateauroux: Miss Thompson Infantine Infantry Tambour Major: Master Leech; Master of the Band: Master Lewis; Colonel of the Body Guard: Master May; Captains of the Body Guard: Master Crossley, Master Rustan; rank and file: Master J. Crossley, Master Tingle, Master Lambert, Master T. Crossley, Master Peters, Master Lightfoot, Master Anly, Master Langdon, Master Carrey, Master Busby, Master Hayton, Master Liddle, Master Walker, Master Hough, Master Turner, Master J. Toby, Master E. Toby, Master Morris, Master Cost, Master Rankenly, Master Leggett,

Reference Cast

Duke de Richelieu: Worrell
Duke de Pompadour: Lindon
Dubois: William Cullenford
Marshal Villeroy: Lambert
Saint-Geniez: Sylvester
Canillac: Freeborn
Cavois: Carle
Marchioness de Parabere: Miss
   Brooks

Mademoiselle Duclos: Miss Jones
Madame de Sabran: Miss Reynolds
Madame de Phalaris: Miss Bell
Louis XV: Mme. Céline Céleste
Duke de Lauzun: Miss Emma
   Harding

Count de Choiseul: Miss Taylor
Duke de Roquelaure: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin

Duke de Cosse: Miss Simpson
Grand Master of the Horse:
   Master Tom

usher: Master Gallot
king's pages:
   Master Cattle
   Master Robins
   Master Doney
   Master Woodward
Marie Leczinska: Miss Marian A.
   Taylor

Mlle. de Mailly: Miss Vernon
Mlle. de Presles: Miss Shouel
Princess d'Egmont: Miss Robins
Mlle. de la Ferte: Miss Emily M.
   Turtle
Mlle. de Chateauroux: Miss
   Thompson

Tambour Major: Master Leech
Master of the Band: Master
   Lewis

Colonel of the Body Guard:
   Master May

Captains of the Body Guard:
   Master Crossley
   Master Rustan
rank and file:
   Master J. Crossley
   Master Tingle
   Master T. Crossley
   Master Peters
   Master Lightfoot
   Master Anly
   Master Langdon
   Master Carrey
   Master Busby
   Master Hayton
   Master Liddle
   Master Walker
   Master Hough
   Master Turner
   Master J. Toby
   Master E. Toby
   Master Morris
   Master Cost
   Master Rankenly
   Master Leggett

grand review of Infantine Infantry

1. the audience chamber in the Palais-Royal

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1)

Title Comment Nicoll gives Mrs. Caudle's Adventures in France
AU: Charles Selby

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, next 2 Sep 1845

Genre (farce) farce in one act adapted from renowned papers in Punch by Douglas Jerrold; 1 act

First Night Cast

Mr. Caudle (a good easy man): [James P.] Wilkinson; Mr. Prettyman (fast lad of five-and-forty): [William] Cullenford; Captain Crevecoeur (French militaire): Brindal; Captain Large (padrone of the City of Boulogne): [John] Sanders; Joseph Fitzchizzle Fitzsmythe (page): [James H.] Munyard; Mr. Calico Cashmere (young gentleman): Freeborn; Bob Bunkem (dog fancier): Sylvester; Tippy Tompion (British seaman): [William] Mitchenson; Ventrebleu (French customs officer): Waye little Caudles Jemima Jane: Miss Turner; Augustus Frederick: Master Grey; Sarah Sophia: Miss Doll; Henry Albert: Master Doll sailors, steamboat passengers, fishermen, commissaries: Lindon, Williamson, Aldridge, Horton, Frost, Alderson, Glennaire, Thomas, Green; Mrs. Caudle (curtain lecturer): [Edward R.] Wright; Susan Sensitive (nursemaid): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Miss Starchington (old maid): Mrs. Thomas; fishgirls, grisettes: Miss Harrison, Miss Berenger, Miss Reynolds, Miss Emsley, Miss Glennaire, Miss Johnson, Miss Aldridge, Miss Wilson, Miss Taylor, Miss Vernon

Reference Cast

Mr. Caudle: James P. Wilkinson
Mr. Prettyman: William
   Cullenford

Captain Crevecoeur: Brindal
Captain Large: John Sanders
Joseph Fitzchizzle Fitzsmythe:
   James H. Munyard

Mr. Calico Cashmere: Freeborn
Bob Bunkem: Sylvester
Tippy Tompion: William
   Mitchenson

Ventrebleu: Waye
Jemima Jane: Miss Turner
Augustus Frederick: Master Grey
Sarah Sophia: Miss Doll
Henry Albert: Master Doll
sailors, steamboat passengers,
   fishermen, commissaries:
   Lindon
   Williamson
   Aldridge
   Horton
   Frost
   Alderson
   Glennaire
   Thomas
   Green
Mrs. Caudle: Edward R. Wright
Susan Sensitive: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Miss Starchington: Mrs. Thomas
fishgirls, grisettes:
   Miss Harrison
   Miss Berenger
   Miss Reynolds
   Miss Emsley
   Miss Glennaire
   Miss Johnson
   Miss Aldridge
   Miss Wilson
   Miss Taylor
   Miss Vernon

1. Mrs. Caudle's dear home in England; 2. the deck of the City of Boulogne in a storm; 3. the quay at Boulogne; 4. bed-room in the Hotel du Nord

General Non-Title Information

Arbitrary start of season


2 Sep 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
1 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (2)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 1 Sep 1845, next 3 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Robert: Lambert
Milanie: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (2)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 1 Sep 1845, next 3 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marchioness de Parabere:
  Miss Emma Harding

Duke de Lauzun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

ADDS rank and file: Master
  Lambert

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (2)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 1 Sep 1845, next 3 Sep 1845


3 Sep 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
1 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (3)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 2 Sep 1845, next 4 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Robert: Lambert
Milanie: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (3)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 2 Sep 1845, next 4 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marchioness de Parabere:
  Miss Emma Harding

Duke de Lauzun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

ADDS rank and file: Master
  Lambert

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (3)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 2 Sep 1845, next 4 Sep 1845


4 Sep 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
1 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (4)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 3 Sep 1845, next 5 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Robert: Lambert
Milanie: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (4)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 3 Sep 1845, next 5 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marchioness de Parabere:
  Miss Emma Harding

Duke de Lauzun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

ADDS rank and file: Master
  Lambert

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (4)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 3 Sep 1845, next 5 Sep 1845


5 Sep 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
1 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (5)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 4 Sep 1845, next 6 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Robert: Lambert
Milanie: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (5)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 4 Sep 1845, next 6 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marchioness de Parabere:
  Miss Emma Harding

Duke de Lauzun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

ADDS rank and file: Master
  Lambert

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (5)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 4 Sep 1845, next 6 Sep 1845


6 Sep 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
1 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (6)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 5 Sep 1845, next 8 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Robert: Lambert
Milanie: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (6)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 5 Sep 1845, next 8 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marchioness de Parabere:
  Miss Emma Harding

Duke de Lauzun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

ADDS rank and file: Master
  Lambert

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (6)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 5 Sep 1845, next 8 Sep 1845


8 Sep 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
8 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (7)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 6 Sep 1845, next 9 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Robert: Lambert
Milanie: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (7)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 6 Sep 1845, next 9 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marchioness de Parabere:
  Miss Emma Harding

Duke de Lauzun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (7)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 6 Sep 1845, next 9 Sep 1845


9 Sep 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
8 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (8)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 8 Sep 1845, next 10 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Robert: Lambert
Milanie: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (8)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 8 Sep 1845, next 10 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marchioness de Parabere:
  Miss Emma Harding

Duke de Lauzun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (8)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 8 Sep 1845, next 10 Sep 1845


10 Sep 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
8 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (9)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 9 Sep 1845, next 11 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Robert: Lambert
Milanie: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (9)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 9 Sep 1845, next 11 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marchioness de Parabere:
  Miss Emma Harding

Duke de Lauzun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (9)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 9 Sep 1845, next 11 Sep 1845


11 Sep 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
8 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (10)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 10 Sep 1845, next 12 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Robert: Lambert
Milanie: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (10)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 10 Sep 1845, next 12 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marchioness de Parabere:
  Miss Emma Harding

Duke de Lauzun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (10)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 10 Sep 1845, next 12 Sep 1845


12 Sep 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
8 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (11)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 11 Sep 1845, next 13 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Robert: Lambert
Milanie: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (11)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 11 Sep 1845, next 13 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marchioness de Parabere:
  Miss Emma Harding

Duke de Lauzun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (11)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 11 Sep 1845, next 13 Sep 1845


13 Sep 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
8 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (12)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 12 Sep 1845, next 15 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Robert: Lambert
Milanie: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (12)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 12 Sep 1845, next 15 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marchioness de Parabere:
  Miss Emma Harding

Duke de Lauzun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (12)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 12 Sep 1845, next 15 Sep 1845


15 Sep 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
15 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (13)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 13 Sep 1845, next 16 Sep 1845

"Galop des Grisettes", [Edward R.] Wright, Miss E[llen] Chaplin; -corps de ballet

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (13)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 13 Sep 1845, next 16 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marshal Villeroy: Gallot

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (13)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 13 Sep 1845, next 16 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Susan Sensitive: Miss
  Brooks


16 Sep 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
15 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (14)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 15 Sep 1845, next 17 Sep 1845

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (14)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 15 Sep 1845, next 17 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marshal Villeroy: Gallot

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (14)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 15 Sep 1845, next 17 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Susan Sensitive: Miss
  Brooks


17 Sep 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
15 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (15)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 16 Sep 1845, next 18 Sep 1845

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (15)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 16 Sep 1845, next 18 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marshal Villeroy: Gallot

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (15)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 16 Sep 1845, next 18 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Susan Sensitive: Miss
  Brooks


18 Sep 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
15 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (16)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 17 Sep 1845, next 19 Sep 1845

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (16)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 17 Sep 1845, next 19 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marshal Villeroy: Gallot

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (16)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 17 Sep 1845, next 19 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Susan Sensitive: Miss
  Brooks


19 Sep 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
15 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (17)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 18 Sep 1845, next 20 Sep 1845

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (17)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 18 Sep 1845, next 20 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marshal Villeroy: Gallot

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (17)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 18 Sep 1845, next 20 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Susan Sensitive: Miss
  Brooks


20 Sep 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
15 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (18)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 19 Sep 1845, next 22 Sep 1845

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (18)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 19 Sep 1845, next 22 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Marshal Villeroy: Gallot

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (18)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 19 Sep 1845, next 22 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Susan Sensitive: Miss
  Brooks


22 Sep 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
22 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (19)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 20 Sep 1845, next 23 Sep 1845

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (19)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 20 Sep 1845, next 23 Sep 1845

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (19)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 20 Sep 1845, next 23 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Susan Sensitive: Miss
  Brooks


23 Sep 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
22 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (20)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 22 Sep 1845, next 24 Sep 1845

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (20)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 22 Sep 1845, next 24 Sep 1845

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (20)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 22 Sep 1845, next 24 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Susan Sensitive: Miss
  Brooks


24 Sep 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
22 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (21)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 23 Sep 1845, next 25 Sep 1845

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (21)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 23 Sep 1845, next 25 Sep 1845

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (21)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 23 Sep 1845, next 25 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Susan Sensitive: Miss
  Brooks


25 Sep 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
25 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (22)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 24 Sep 1845, next 26 Sep 1845

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (22)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 24 Sep 1845, next 26 Sep 1845

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (22)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 24 Sep 1845, next 26 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Susan Sensitive: Miss
  Brooks


26 Sep 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
25 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (23)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 25 Sep 1845, next 27 Sep 1845

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (23)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 25 Sep 1845, next 27 Sep 1845

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (23)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 25 Sep 1845, next 27 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Susan Sensitive: Miss
  Brooks


27 Sep 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
25 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (24)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 26 Sep 1845, next 29 Sep 1845

2) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (24)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 26 Sep 1845, next 29 Sep 1845

3) Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (24)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 26 Sep 1845

Cast as reference cast (1 Sep 1845)

BUT Susan Sensitive: Miss
  Brooks


29 Sep 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
29 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (25)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 27 Sep 1845, next 30 Sep 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Thomas Morton Jr.]

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, next 30 Sep 1845

Genre (farce) entirely new farce

First Night Cast

Mr. Anthony Hookey: Lambert; Mr. Christopher Violet (a perfumer): Paul J. Bedford; John Downy (policeman): [Edward R.] Wright; Mrs. Dorothy Dibbs (Hookey's sister): Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Susan Griffiths (Hookey's servant): Mrs. [Frank] Matthews

Reference Cast

Mr. Anthony Hookey: Lambert
Mr. Christopher Violet: Paul J.
   Bedford

John Downy: Edward R. Wright
Mrs. Dorothy Dibbs: Mrs. Edmund
   Laws

Susan Griffiths: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews

3) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (25)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 27 Sep 1845, next 30 Sep 1845

4) Binks the Bagman (1)

AU: [Joseph S. Coyne]

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, next 30 Sep 1845

Genre (farce)

First Night Cast

Binks (the bagman): [Edward R.] Wright; Kit Crimmins: [James P.] Wilkinson; Jack Robinson: Paul J. Bedford; Thomas: [John] Sanders; Boots: Butler; Mrs. Crimmins: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Mrs. Robinson: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Mary: Miss Brooks; The Bear: [William] Mitchenson

Reference Cast

Binks: Edward R. Wright
Kit Crimmins: James P.
   Wilkinson

Jack Robinson: Paul J. Bedford
Thomas: John Sanders
Boots: Butler
Mrs. Crimmins: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews

Mrs. Robinson: Miss Marian A.
   Taylor

Mary: Miss Brooks
The Bear: William Mitchenson

30 Sep 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
29 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (26)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 29 Sep 1845, next 1 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (2)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 29 Sep 1845, next 1 Oct 1845

3) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (26)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 29 Sep 1845, next 1 Oct 1845

4) Binks the Bagman (2)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 29 Sep 1845, next 1 Oct 1845


1 Oct 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
29 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (27)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 30 Sep 1845, next 2 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (3)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 30 Sep 1845, next 2 Oct 1845

3) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (27)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 30 Sep 1845, next 2 Oct 1845

4) Binks the Bagman (3)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 30 Sep 1845, next 2 Oct 1845


2 Oct 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
29 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (28)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 1 Oct 1845, next 3 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (4)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 1 Oct 1845, next 3 Oct 1845

3) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (28)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 1 Oct 1845, next 3 Oct 1845

4) Binks the Bagman (4)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 1 Oct 1845, next 3 Oct 1845


3 Oct 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
29 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (29)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 2 Oct 1845, next 4 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (5)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 2 Oct 1845, next 4 Oct 1845

3) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (29)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 2 Oct 1845, next 4 Oct 1845

4) Binks the Bagman (5)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 2 Oct 1845, next 4 Oct 1845


4 Oct 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
29 Sep 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (30)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 3 Oct 1845, next 6 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (6)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 3 Oct 1845, next 6 Oct 1845

3) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (30)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 3 Oct 1845, next 6 Oct 1845

4) Binks the Bagman (6)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 3 Oct 1845


6 Oct 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
6 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (31)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 4 Oct 1845, next 7 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (7)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 4 Oct 1845, next 7 Oct 1845

3) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (31)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 4 Oct 1845, next 7 Oct 1845

4) "The Mother and Child Are Doing Well" (1)

AU: [John M. Morton]
Au Comm by the author of Young England and The Corporal's Wedding

Performances first 6 Oct 1845, next 7 Oct 1845

Genre (farce) new farce; 1 act

First Night Cast

Mr. Snugsby (planter): Lambert; Lieutenant O'Scupper, R. N. (his nephew): Paul J. Bedford; Maxwell: Worrell; Mungo: Lindon; Dinaha (Negress): Thomas; Mr. Felix Fluffy: [Edward R.] Wright; Miss Penelope Snugsby: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Emily (ward to Snugsby): Miss E[mma] Harding

Reference Cast

Mr. Snugsby: Lambert
Lieutenant O'Scupper, R. N.:
   Paul J. Bedford

Maxwell: Worrell
Mungo: Lindon
Dinaha: Thomas
Mr. Felix Fluffy: Edward R.
   Wright

Miss Penelope Snugsby: Mrs.
   Edmund Laws

Emily: Miss Emma Harding

1. a pavilion and plantation in Jamaica


7 Oct 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
6 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (32)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 6 Oct 1845, next 8 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (8)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 6 Oct 1845, next 8 Oct 1845

3) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (32)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 6 Oct 1845, next 8 Oct 1845

4) "The Mother and Child Are Doing Well" (2)

Performances first 6 Oct 1845, previous 6 Oct 1845, next 8 Oct 1845


8 Oct 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
6 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (33)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 7 Oct 1845, next 9 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (9)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 7 Oct 1845, next 9 Oct 1845

3) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (33)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 7 Oct 1845, next 9 Oct 1845

4) "The Mother and Child Are Doing Well" (3)

Performances first 6 Oct 1845, previous 7 Oct 1845, next 9 Oct 1845


9 Oct 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
6 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (34)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 8 Oct 1845, next 10 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (10)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 8 Oct 1845, next 10 Oct 1845

3) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (34)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 8 Oct 1845, next 10 Oct 1845

4) "The Mother and Child Are Doing Well" (4)

Performances first 6 Oct 1845, previous 8 Oct 1845, next 10 Oct 1845


10 Oct 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
6 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (35)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 9 Oct 1845, next 11 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (11)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 9 Oct 1845, next 11 Oct 1845

3) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (35)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 9 Oct 1845, next 11 Oct 1845

4) "The Mother and Child Are Doing Well" (5)

Performances first 6 Oct 1845, previous 9 Oct 1845, next 11 Oct 1845


11 Oct 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
6 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter (36)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 10 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (12)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 10 Oct 1845, next 13 Oct 1845

3) The Boy King; or, Petites Peccadillos (36)

Performances first 1 Sep 1845, previous 10 Oct 1845

4) "The Mother and Child Are Doing Well" (6)

Performances first 6 Oct 1845, previous 10 Oct 1845, next 26 Dec 1845


13 Oct 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
13 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (1)

Title Comment "Positively the first and only night at half price" (bill)
AU: [John B. Buckstone], COMP: Alfred Mellon, COMP:Edward F. Fitzwilliam

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, next 14 Oct 1845

Genre (drama) celebrated drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Connor O'Kennedy: [Charles] Selby; George O'Kennedy (his younger brother): [Henry] Stoker (1st app); Wild Murtogh (horse-jobber, piper and general dealer): O. Smith; Paddy Kelly: [John] Sanders; Ned Keogh (Irish boy): Lindon; Darby Donovan (Irish boy): Thomas; Tim O'Toole (Irish boy): Horton; peasants, tenantry, soldiers: [Unlisted]; Geraldine (wife to Connor O'Kennedy): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Nelly O'Neil (her foster sister): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Captain Dartois (French officer): Worrell; Muster Grinnidge (proprietor of a travelling caravan): [Edward R.] Wright; Jack Gong (his man): Paul J. Bedford; Little Bear (Indian): [William] Mitchenson; Rattlesnake (Indian): C[hristopher] J. Smith; Miami (Huntress of the Mississippi, later Madame St. Aubert): Mme. [Céline] Céleste; Tigertail (squaw): Mrs. Worrell; Dennis (blacksmith): [William] Cullenford; Tom Williams (sailor): Lawler; Larry: Waye; servant to George: Sylvester; servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire; Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste; Evelleen (child, seven years old): Miss Robins; Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell; Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Louise: Miss Bell

Cast Comment Mrs. Fitzwilliam will make her first app since her provincial engagements

Reference Cast

Connor O'Kennedy: Charles Selby
George O'Kennedy: Henry Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: John Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Horton
peasants, tenantry, soldiers:
   Unlisted

Geraldine: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Nelly O'Neil: Mrs. Edward
   Fitzwilliam

Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: Edward R.
   Wright

Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: William Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: Christopher J.
   Smith

Miami: Mme. Céline Céleste
Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Dennis: William Cullenford
Tom Williams: Lawler
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Sylvester
servant to Madame St. Aubert:
   Glennaire

Madame St. Aubert: Mme. Céline
   Céleste

Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell
Meg: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

I [1745; Ireland on the Galway Coast], I,i an Irish fair and row; I,ii antique room; I, iii large barn adjoining O'Kennedy's house; I,iv moonlight view of the Atlantic; II [1747; America in the valley of the Mississippi] II,i log cabin on the banks of the Mississippi; II,ii pine wood and distant view of a raft; II,iii American forest; II,iv the Mississippi by sunset; III [1748; Ireland, the hill of Howth and Dublin's City] III,i a smith's forge near the hill of Howth; III,ii hall in an old town house; III,iii street in Dublin by night; III,iv apartment in the house of Mme. St. Aubert

2) "Seeing Wright" (13)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 11 Oct 1845, next 14 Oct 1845

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (1)

Title Comment By express desire, for the night only
AU: Charles Selby

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, next 14 Oct 1845

Genre (farce) original terpsichorean burletta; 1 act

First Night Cast

Mr. Montgomerie Tibbs (an eminent grocer, attached to the city): Lambert; Captain Kidglove (Guardsman attached to the world of fashion and Miss A. Tibbs): [Charles] Selby; Lord Snolts (very affable nobleman, attached to his whiskers and Miss C. Tibbs): Worrell; Captain Lavender (Royal Marine): Freeborn; Ensign Fitz-Jones (a younger brother, unattached): Lindon; Jacob Gerkin (footman attached to the Misses Tibbs' maid): [Edward R.] Wright; Spriggins (a Brummel attached to Jemima Jenkinson): [James H.] Munyard; Fitzmortimer Jenks (footman): C[hristopher] J. Smith; Stobber (itinerant musician): [John] Sanders; Pomade (French coiffeur): Waye; assistant coiffeurs: Sylvester, [William] Mitchenson, Gordon; servant to Captain Kidglove: Green; guests at the ball: Thomas, Glennaire, Sylvester, Lindon, C[hristopher] J. Smith, Waye, Green, Alderson, Williamson, Horton, Frost, Cammeron, Aldridge; musicians: Butler, Aldridge, Williamson; Mrs. Montgomerie Tibbs (wife of the grocer): Mrs. Frank Matthews; Celestina Tibbs (her daughter, attached to Lord Snolts): Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Anastasia Tibbs (her daughter attached to Captain Kidglove): Miss Ellen Chaplin; Sally Knobbs (maid to the Misses Tibbs, attached to metaphysics and Jacob Gerkin): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Jemima Jenkinson (genteel cook attached to Spriggins): Miss Brooks

Cast Comment 1st. app Miss Sarah J. Woolgar since return fr provincial engagements

Reference Cast

Mr. Montgomerie Tibbs: Lambert
Captain Kidglove: Charles Selby
Lord Snolts: Worrell
Captain Lavender: Freeborn
Ensign Fitz-Jones: Lindon
Jacob Gerkin: Edward R. Wright
Spriggins: James H. Munyard
Fitzmortimer Jenks: Christopher
   J. Smith

Stobber: John Sanders
Pomade: Waye
assistant coiffeurs:
   Sylvester
   William Mitchenson
   Butler
servant to Captain Kidglove:
   Green

guests at the ball:
   Thomas
   Glennaire
   Sylvester
   Lindon
   Christopher J. Smith
   Waye
   Green
   Alderson
   Williamson
   Horton
   Frost
   Cammeron
   Aldridge
musicians:
   Butler
   Aldridge
   Williamson
Mrs. Montgomerie Tibbs: Mrs.
   Frank Matthews

Celestina Tibbs: Miss Marian A.
   Taylor

Anastasia Tibbs: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin

Sally Knobbs: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Jemima Jenkinson: Miss Brooks

parody (on serenade from Don Pasquale): [Edward R.] Wright; dancing romance: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

"Minuet de la Cour", [Edward R.] Wright, Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; "Vestris' Gavotte", [Edward R.] Wright, Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; "Sir Roger de Coverley": -the company

Bal Poudre in the court costume of George the Second's reign: -entire cast and corps de ballet Bal poudre contains "Royal Cotillion," minuet de la cour, Vestris gavotte, and Sir Roger de Coverley


14 Oct 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
13 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (2)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 13 Oct 1845, next 15 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (14)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 13 Oct 1845, next 15 Oct 1845

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (2)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 13 Oct 1845, next 15 Oct 1845

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

OMITS assistant coiffeurs:
  Butler

ADDS assistant coiffeurs:
  Gordon


15 Oct 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
13 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (3)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 14 Oct 1845, next 16 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (15)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 14 Oct 1845, next 16 Oct 1845

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (3)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 14 Oct 1845, next 16 Oct 1845

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

OMITS assistant coiffeurs:
  Butler

ADDS assistant coiffeurs:
  Gordon


16 Oct 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
13 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (4)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 15 Oct 1845, next 17 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (16)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 15 Oct 1845, next 17 Oct 1845

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (4)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 15 Oct 1845, next 17 Oct 1845

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

OMITS assistant coiffeurs:
  Butler

ADDS assistant coiffeurs:
  Gordon


17 Oct 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
13 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (5)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 16 Oct 1845, next 18 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (17)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 16 Oct 1845, next 18 Oct 1845

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (5)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 16 Oct 1845, next 18 Oct 1845

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

OMITS assistant coiffeurs:
  Butler

ADDS assistant coiffeurs:
  Gordon


18 Oct 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
13 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (6)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 17 Oct 1845, next 20 Oct 1845

2) "Seeing Wright" (18)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 17 Oct 1845, next 20 Oct 1845

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (6)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 17 Oct 1845, next 9 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

OMITS assistant coiffeurs:
  Butler

ADDS assistant coiffeurs:
  Gordon

Illustration: Woolgar, Sarah Jane (Sarah Jane Mellon) (1824-1909): Actress  [1st Performance Oct 20, 1845]


 
Title:Woolgar, Sarah Jane (Sarah Jane Mellon) (1824-1909): Actress
Description:Woolgar, Sarah Jane (Sarah Jane Mellon) (1824-1909): Actress.  Shown here as the Countess in Taming a Tartar.  Chalon, Alfred Edward (1780-1860), artist.
1st Performance:Oct 20, 1845
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Folger Shakespeare Library Digital Image Collection [Id 35794], Oct 20, 1845

20 Oct 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
20 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (7)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 18 Oct 1845, next 21 Oct 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Nicoll gives subtitle of L. C. copy as Matrimony and Magic; Based on Le Diable a Quatre at Academie Royale, Paris
AU: Charles Selby, CHOR: Mme. [Céline] Céleste, Mrs. Worrell, COMP: Alfred Mellon

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, next 21 Oct 1845

Time 6:45 Genre (operatic farce) operatic, romantic, magical, semi-burlesque, terpsichorean burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Count Crackovieninski (Polish nobleman devoted to field sports): [George R.] Braid (1st time this season); Kickerwhiski (Count's "first whip"): Paul J. Bedford; Mazourki (basket maker): [Edward R.] Wright; Ivan (villager): [James H.] Munyard; Monsieur Coupee (French maitre de ballets): [Charles] Selby; Strelenski (blind musician): [William] Cullenford; servants: Thomas, Glennaire, Sylvester, Lindon, C[hristopher] J. Smith; foresters: Waye, Green, Alderson, Williamson, Horton, Frost, Cammeron, Aldridge; peasants: Miss Lonsdale, Mrs. Worrell, Miss Fleming, Miss Bell, Miss Simpson, Miss Jones, Miss Johnson, Miss Glennaire, Miss Wilson, Miss Taylor, Miss Berenger, Miss Harrison, Miss Emsley, Mrs. Thomas, Miss Reynolds, Miss Vernon, Miss Aldridge; Countess Crackovieninski (very noble lady): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Mazourka (wife of the basket maker): Mme. [Céline] Céleste; Yelva (waiting maid to the Countess, devoted to Ivan): Miss Ellen Chaplin; Eoline (Sylphide Queen): Miss Fleming attendant sylphides Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge; Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison; Fleur de Resida: Miss Reynolds; Fleur d'Orange: Miss Glennaire; Fleur de Lis: Miss Wilson; Fleur de Paquerette: Miss Bell; Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor; Fleur de Giroflee: Miss Vernon; Fleur de Violette: Miss Jones; Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson Polish noblemen: Freeborn, Glennaire; Cossacks: C[hristopher] J. Smith, [William] Mitchenson, Lindon

Reference Cast

Count Crackovieninski: George R.
   Braid

Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Mazourki: Edward R. Wright
Ivan: James H. Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: Charles Selby
Strelenski: William Cullenford
servants:
   Thomas
   Glennaire
   Sylvester
   Lindon
   Christopher J. Smith
foresters:
   Waye
   Green
   Alderson
   Williamson
   Horton
   Frost
   Cammeron
   Aldridge
peasants:
   Miss Lonsdale
   Mrs. Worrell
   Miss Fleming
   Miss Bell
   Miss Simpson
   Miss Jones
   Miss Johnson
   Miss Glennaire
   Miss Wilson
   Miss Taylor
   Miss Berenger
   Miss Harrison
   Miss Emsley
   Mrs. Thomas
   Miss Reynolds
   Miss Vernon
   Miss Aldridge
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss
   Sarah J. Woolgar

Mazourka: Mme. Céline Céleste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Reynolds
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Glennaire
Fleur de Lis: Miss Wilson
Fleur de Paquerette: Miss Bell
Fleur de Marguerite: Miss
   Taylor

Fleur de Giroflee: Miss Vernon
Fleur de Violette: Miss Jones
Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
   Freeborn
   Glennaire
Cossacks:
   Christopher J. Smith
   William Mitchenson
   Lindon

new mazourka (from Le Diable a Quatre): Mme. [Céline] Céleste; pas de vingt-quatre: -the Coryphees; burlesque pas de l'opera: [James H.] Munyard, Miss Ellen Chaplin; real Bohemian polka: Mme. [Céline] Céleste, [Edward R.] Wright; "A Flight of Sylphides"; -pets of the ballet; grand pas des pavots; pas de fascination: Mme. [Céline] Céleste; march and chorus; "Mazourka de Varsovie"; -sixteen ballerinas; pas de Cosaques: C[hristopher] J. Smith, [William] Mitchenson, Lindon; "Polka d’extase"; -the characters

poses plastiques poses accompanied by Eolian harp and invisible double chorus

a fete de champetre; magical transformation and a pleasure excursion by the aerial railway; grand tableau finale illuminated by flammes de Bengale

I,i exterior of the Count's mansion and basket maker's cottage; II,i interior of the basket maker's cottage; II,ii the Countess's boudoir; II,iii interior and exterior of a conservatory

3) "Seeing Wright" (19)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 18 Oct 1845, next 21 Oct 1845

Cast truncated in the source


21 Oct 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
20 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (8)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 20 Oct 1845, next 22 Oct 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (2)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 20 Oct 1845, next 22 Oct 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (20)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 20 Oct 1845, next 22 Oct 1845


22 Oct 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
20 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (9)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 21 Oct 1845, next 23 Oct 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (3)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 21 Oct 1845, next 23 Oct 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (21)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 21 Oct 1845, next 23 Oct 1845


23 Oct 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
20 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (10)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 22 Oct 1845, next 24 Oct 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (4)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 22 Oct 1845, next 24 Oct 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (22)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 22 Oct 1845, next 24 Oct 1845


24 Oct 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
20 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (11)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 23 Oct 1845, next 25 Oct 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (5)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 23 Oct 1845, next 25 Oct 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (23)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 23 Oct 1845, next 25 Oct 1845


25 Oct 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
20 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (12)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 24 Oct 1845, next 27 Oct 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (6)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 24 Oct 1845, next 27 Oct 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (24)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 24 Oct 1845, next 27 Oct 1845


27 Oct 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
27 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (13)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 25 Oct 1845, next 28 Oct 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (7)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 25 Oct 1845, next 28 Oct 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (25)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 25 Oct 1845, next 28 Oct 1845


28 Oct 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
27 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (14)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 27 Oct 1845, next 29 Oct 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (8)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 27 Oct 1845, next 29 Oct 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (26)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 27 Oct 1845, next 29 Oct 1845


29 Oct 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
27 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (15)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 28 Oct 1845, next 30 Oct 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (9)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 28 Oct 1845, next 30 Oct 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (27)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 28 Oct 1845, next 30 Oct 1845


30 Oct 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
27 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (16)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 29 Oct 1845, next 31 Oct 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (10)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 29 Oct 1845, next 31 Oct 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (28)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 29 Oct 1845, next 31 Oct 1845


31 Oct 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
27 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (17)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 30 Oct 1845, next 1 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (11)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 30 Oct 1845, next 1 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (29)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 30 Oct 1845, next 1 Nov 1845


1 Nov 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
27 Oct 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (18)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 31 Oct 1845, next 3 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (12)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 31 Oct 1845, next 3 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (30)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 31 Oct 1845, next 3 Nov 1845


3 Nov 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
3 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (19)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 1 Nov 1845, next 4 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (13)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 1 Nov 1845, next 4 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (31)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 1 Nov 1845, next 4 Nov 1845


4 Nov 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
3 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (20)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 3 Nov 1845, next 5 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (14)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 3 Nov 1845, next 5 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (32)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 3 Nov 1845, next 5 Nov 1845


5 Nov 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
3 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (21)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 4 Nov 1845, next 6 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (15)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 4 Nov 1845, next 6 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (33)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 4 Nov 1845, next 6 Nov 1845


6 Nov 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
3 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (22)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 5 Nov 1845, next 7 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (16)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 5 Nov 1845, next 7 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (34)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 5 Nov 1845, next 7 Nov 1845


7 Nov 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
3 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (23)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 6 Nov 1845, next 8 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (17)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 6 Nov 1845, next 8 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (35)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 6 Nov 1845, next 8 Nov 1845


8 Nov 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
3 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (24)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 7 Nov 1845, next 10 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (18)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 7 Nov 1845, next 10 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (36)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 7 Nov 1845, next 10 Nov 1845


10 Nov 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
10 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (25)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 8 Nov 1845, next 11 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (19)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 8 Nov 1845, next 11 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (37)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 8 Nov 1845, next 11 Nov 1845


11 Nov 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
10 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (26)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 10 Nov 1845, next 12 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (20)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 10 Nov 1845, next 12 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (38)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 10 Nov 1845, next 12 Nov 1845


12 Nov 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
10 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (27)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 11 Nov 1845, next 13 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (21)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 11 Nov 1845, next 13 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (39)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 11 Nov 1845, next 13 Nov 1845


13 Nov 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
10 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (28)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 12 Nov 1845, next 14 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (22)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 12 Nov 1845, next 14 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (40)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 12 Nov 1845, next 14 Nov 1845


14 Nov 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
10 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (29)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 13 Nov 1845, next 15 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (23)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 13 Nov 1845, next 15 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (41)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 13 Nov 1845, next 15 Nov 1845


15 Nov 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
10 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (30)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 14 Nov 1845, next 17 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (24)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 14 Nov 1845, next 17 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (42)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 14 Nov 1845, next 17 Nov 1845


17 Nov 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
17 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (31)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 15 Nov 1845, next 18 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (25)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 15 Nov 1845, next 18 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (43)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 15 Nov 1845, next 18 Nov 1845


18 Nov 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
17 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (32)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 17 Nov 1845, next 19 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (26)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 17 Nov 1845, next 19 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (44)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 17 Nov 1845, next 19 Nov 1845


19 Nov 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
17 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (33)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 18 Nov 1845, next 20 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (27)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 18 Nov 1845, next 20 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (45)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 18 Nov 1845, next 20 Nov 1845


20 Nov 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
17 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (34)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 19 Nov 1845, next 21 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (28)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 19 Nov 1845, next 21 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (46)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 19 Nov 1845, next 21 Nov 1845


21 Nov 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
17 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (35)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 20 Nov 1845, next 22 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (29)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 20 Nov 1845, next 22 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (47)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 20 Nov 1845, next 22 Nov 1845


22 Nov 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
17 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (36)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 21 Nov 1845, next 24 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (30)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 21 Nov 1845, next 24 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (48)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 21 Nov 1845, next 24 Nov 1845


24 Nov 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
24 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (37)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 22 Nov 1845, next 25 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (31)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 22 Nov 1845, next 25 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (49)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 22 Nov 1845, next 25 Nov 1845


25 Nov 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
24 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (38)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 24 Nov 1845, next 26 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (32)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 24 Nov 1845, next 26 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (50)

Title Comment An LTM bill containing a MS date 25 Nov has "Seeing Wright" scratched out
Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 24 Nov 1845, next 26 Nov 1845


26 Nov 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
24 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (39)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 25 Nov 1845, next 27 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (33)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 25 Nov 1845, next 27 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (51)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 25 Nov 1845, next 27 Nov 1845


27 Nov 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
24 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (40)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 26 Nov 1845, next 28 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (34)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 26 Nov 1845, next 28 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (52)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 26 Nov 1845, next 28 Nov 1845


28 Nov 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
24 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (41)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 27 Nov 1845, next 29 Nov 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (35)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 27 Nov 1845, next 29 Nov 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (53)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 27 Nov 1845, next 29 Nov 1845


29 Nov 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
24 Nov 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (42)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 28 Nov 1845, next 1 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (36)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 28 Nov 1845, next 1 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (54)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 28 Nov 1845, next 1 Dec 1845


1 Dec 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
1 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (43)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 29 Nov 1845, next 2 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (37)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 29 Nov 1845, next 2 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (55)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 29 Nov 1845, next 2 Dec 1845


2 Dec 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
1 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (44)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 1 Dec 1845, next 3 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (38)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 1 Dec 1845, next 3 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (56)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 1 Dec 1845, next 3 Dec 1845


3 Dec 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
1 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (45)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 2 Dec 1845, next 4 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (39)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 2 Dec 1845, next 4 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (57)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 2 Dec 1845, next 4 Dec 1845


4 Dec 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
1 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (46)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 3 Dec 1845, next 5 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (40)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 3 Dec 1845, next 5 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (58)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 3 Dec 1845, next 5 Dec 1845


5 Dec 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
1 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (47)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 4 Dec 1845, next 6 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (41)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 4 Dec 1845, next 6 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (59)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 4 Dec 1845, next 6 Dec 1845


6 Dec 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
1 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (48)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 5 Dec 1845, next 8 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (42)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 5 Dec 1845, next 8 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (60)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 5 Dec 1845, next 8 Dec 1845


8 Dec 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
8 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (49)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 6 Dec 1845, next 9 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (43)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 6 Dec 1845, next 9 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (61)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 6 Dec 1845, next 9 Dec 1845


9 Dec 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
8 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (50)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 8 Dec 1845, next 10 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (44)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 8 Dec 1845, next 10 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (62)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 8 Dec 1845, next 10 Dec 1845


10 Dec 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
8 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (51)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 9 Dec 1845, next 11 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (45)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 9 Dec 1845, next 11 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (63)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 9 Dec 1845, next 11 Dec 1845


11 Dec 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
8 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (52)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 10 Dec 1845, next 12 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (46)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 10 Dec 1845, next 12 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (64)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 10 Dec 1845, next 12 Dec 1845


12 Dec 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
8 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (53)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 11 Dec 1845, next 13 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (47)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 11 Dec 1845, next 13 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (65)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 11 Dec 1845, next 13 Dec 1845


13 Dec 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
8 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (54)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 12 Dec 1845, next 15 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (48)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 12 Dec 1845, next 15 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (66)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 12 Dec 1845, next 15 Dec 1845


15 Dec 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
15 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (55)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 13 Dec 1845, next 16 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (49)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 13 Dec 1845, next 16 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (67)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 13 Dec 1845, next 16 Dec 1845


16 Dec 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
15 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (56)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 15 Dec 1845, next 17 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (50)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 15 Dec 1845, next 17 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (68)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 15 Dec 1845, next 17 Dec 1845


17 Dec 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
15 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (57)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 16 Dec 1845, next 18 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (51)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 16 Dec 1845, next 18 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (69)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 16 Dec 1845, next 18 Dec 1845


18 Dec 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi
15 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (58)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 17 Dec 1845, next 19 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (52)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 17 Dec 1845, next 19 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (70)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 17 Dec 1845, next 19 Dec 1845


19 Dec 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
15 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (59)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 18 Dec 1845, next 20 Dec 1845

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (53)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 18 Dec 1845, next 20 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (71)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 18 Dec 1845, next 20 Dec 1845


20 Dec 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
15 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (60)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 19 Dec 1845, next 1 Apr 1846

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (54)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 19 Dec 1845, next 22 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (72)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 19 Dec 1845, next 22 Dec 1845


22 Dec 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
22 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Lioness of the North; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; adapted fr French with alterations & additions
AU: Charles Selby

Performances first 22 Dec 1845, next 23 Dec 1845

Genre (historical drama) historical drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Alexis Romanowski (young cavalry officer): [Benjamin N.] Webster; Major Puffendorf (Commandant of the Fortress of Shlusselbourg): Lambert; Count Schuvaloff (Minister of Police): [Charles] Selby; Alexander Narcisskoff (military exquisite): [George R.] Braid; Triptolemus Krout (young corporal, valet de chambre to the Major): [Edward R.] Wright pages to the Empress Captain Orloff: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Captain Romanoff: Miss Fleming; Captain Scratchowitz: Miss Taylor; Captain Daskkoff: Miss E[mma] Harding; Captain Soltikoff: Miss Wilson; Captain Ivanoff: Miss Reynolds Captain of the Guard: Freeborn; sentinel: Waye; Elizabeth Petrovna (Empress of Russia, surnamed "the Lioness of the North"): Mme. [Céline] Céleste; Foedora (daughter of Major Puffendorf): Miss E[llen] Chaplin; ladies-in-waiting to the Empress: Miss Harrison, Miss Glennaire, Miss Jones, Miss Berenger, Miss Bell, Miss Johnson, Miss Simpson

Reference Cast

Alexis Romanowski: Benjamin N.
   Webster

Major Puffendorf: Lambert
Count Schuvaloff: Charles Selby
Alexander Narcisskoff: George R.
   Braid

Triptolemus Krout: Edward R.
   Wright

Captain Orloff: Mrs. Emsley
Captain Romanoff: Miss Fleming
Captain Scratchowitz: Miss
   Taylor

Captain Daskkoff: Miss Harrison
Captain Soltikoff: Miss Wilson
Captain Ivanoff: Miss Reynolds
Captain of the Guard: Freeborn
sentinel: Waye
Elizabeth Petrovna: Mme. Céline
   Céleste

Foedora: Miss Ellen Chaplin
ladies-in-waiting to the Empress:
   Miss Harrison
   Miss Glennaire
   Miss Jones
   Miss Berenger
   Miss Bell
   Miss Johnson
   Miss Simpson

I,i ancient guard room in the Fortress of Shlusselbourg; II,i painted hall and winter garden in the Imperial Palace at St. Petersburg

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (55)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 20 Dec 1845, next 23 Dec 1845

3) "Seeing Wright" (73)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 20 Dec 1845, next 23 Dec 1845


23 Dec 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
22 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Lioness of the North; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg (2)

Performances first 22 Dec 1845, previous 22 Dec 1845, next 26 Dec 1845

Cast as reference cast (22 Dec 1845)

BUT Captain Orloff: Miss Marian
  A. Taylor

Captain Daskkoff: Miss Emma
  Harding

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (56)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 22 Dec 1845, next 16 Feb 1846

3) "Seeing Wright" (74)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 22 Dec 1845, next 6 Jan 1846


24 Dec 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi

DARK: Christmas Eve


25 Dec 1845
Thu eve
Adelphi

DARK: Christmas Day


26 Dec 1845
Fri eve
Adelphi
26 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Lioness of the North; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg (3)

Performances first 22 Dec 1845, previous 23 Dec 1845, next 27 Dec 1845

Cast as reference cast (22 Dec 1845)

BUT Captain Orloff: Miss Marian
  A. Taylor

Captain Daskkoff: Miss Emma
  Harding

2) "The Mother and Child Are Doing Well" (7)

Performances first 6 Oct 1845, previous 11 Oct 1845, next 27 Dec 1845

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Unknown], COMP: Alfred Mellon

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, next 27 Dec 1845

Genre (comic pantomime) comic Christmas pantomime; 17 scenes

First Night Cast

Neptune (Monarch of the Briny): [William] Cullenford offishers of state Marquis de Turbot: "Scaly"; Lord Plaice: "Gills"; Rt. Hon. Sir John Dory: "Finny"; Admiral Porpoise: "Fantail" sprites: "Rumble", "Tumble", "Flipflap", "Forespring"; Old Father Thames (water god always fresh): "Frost"; winds: "North", "South", "East", "West"; Hal Hardbrace (first mate of the H.M.S. Tom Tit): T[homas] Ireland; Susan Snowdown (a Wapping beauty): Lindon; Will Whistlepipes (boatswain of the Tom Tit): Aldridge; crew of the Tom Tit: "Tough", "Yarn", "Marlin", "Spike", "Rattlin", "Deadeye"; Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (King of the Cannibal Islands): C[hristopher] J. Smith; Goutteetose (Lord High Chamberlain): Horton chiefs Grimgull (little savage, heavy villain): [William] Mitchenson; Stickatnaught (chief of dreadful note): Glennaire; Highspyhigh (chief tale bearer): Waye first regiment of black guards, sedan and palanquin bearers, pages, courtiers: "Numerous Body Of Ex-railway Directors"; Hungkeemungee (Queen Number 1 of the Cannibal Islands): [John] Sanders; Queens 2-100: [Unlisted]; Sukee (mistress of the flat candlestick): "Miss Dip"; Sofee (first lady of the warmingpan): "Miss Duster"; Fairy Nightshade (a pretty tot): Miss Robins; Fairy Buffer: "Miss Stopper"; Fairy Cradle: "Miss Easer"; Fairy Whistle: "Miss Screamer"; Fairy Sleeper: "Miss Nap"; Fairy Redlight: "Miss Glare"; Fairy Signal: "Miss Smash"; Fairy Train: "Miss Flounce"; Fairy Greenlight: "Miss Emerald"; Fairy Bellpull: "Miss Start"; Columbine: Miss Fleming; Harlequin: T[homas] Ireland; Clown: C[hristopher] J. Smith; Pantaloon: [William] Mitchenson

Reference Cast

Neptune: William Cullenford
Marquis de Turbot: "Scaly"
Lord Plaice: "Gills"
Rt. Hon. Sir John Dory: "Finny"
Admiral Porpoise: "Fantail"
sprites:
   "Rumble"
   "Tumble"
   "Flipflap"
   "Forespring"
Old Father Thames: "Frost"
winds:
   "North"
   "South"
   "East"
   "West"
Hal Hardbrace: Thomas Ireland
Susan Snowdown: Lindon
Will Whistlepipes: Aldridge
crew of the Tom Tit:
   "Tough"
   "Yarn"
   "Marlin"
   "Spike"
   "Rattlin"
   "Deadeye"
Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobee
   deebuskeebang: Christopher J.
   Smith
Goutteetose: Horton
Grimgull: William Mitchenson
Stickatnaught: Glennaire
Highspyhigh: Waye
first regiment of black guards,
   sedan and palanquin bearers,
   pages, courtiers: "Numerous
   Body Of Ex-railway Directors"

Hungkeemungee: John Sanders
Queens 2-100: Unlisted
Sukee: "Miss Dip"
Sofee: "Miss Duster"
Fairy Nightshade: Miss Robins
Fairy Buffer: "Miss Stopper"
Fairy Cradle: "Miss Easer"
Fairy Whistle: "Miss Screamer"
Fairy Sleeper: "Miss Nap"
Fairy Redlight: "Miss Glare"
Fairy Signal: "Miss Smash"
Fairy Train: "Miss Flounce"
Fairy Greenlight: "Miss
   Emerald"

Fairy Bellpull: "Miss Start"
Columbine: Miss Fleming
Harlequin: Thomas Ireland
Clown: Christopher J. Smith
Pantaloon: William Mitchenson

DIR: C[hristopher] J. Smith

(d3) real Indian war dance; (d4) pas de half-dozen; (d4) original Indian fling; (d4) old English hornpipe in fetters; (d17) old English country dance and finale "Indian war dance arranged for one drum and unknown number of voices by a composer of color" (bill)

Un movement universal and pugilistic encounter

1. Neptune's snuggery and fish preserve; 2. Bay of Buskee Bang--calm with wreck of the Tom Tit in distance; 3. outskirts of the royal forest on the banks of the River Chingringwum; 4. grand hall of bamboo in Bamboo Castle; 5. Winkeefum coast and wigwam by moonlight; 6. state back bedroom in Bamboo Castle; 7. grand terminus of the Elfin railway; 8. furniture mart, Wenham Lake Ice Company's warehouse, ale and sandwich shop; 9. exterior of British Museum; 10. Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, lamp shop and fancy warehouse; 11. agricultural exhibition; 12. Thames Regatta; 13. Hungerford Market; 14. Universal Railway Terminus; 15. interior of bakehouse; 16. tailor's shop and lodging house; 17. hall of Christmas

properties and transformations: T[homas] Ireland, C. Foster Foster is given the initial C on the bill; we believe this to be a typo for G


27 Dec 1845
Sat eve
Adelphi
26 Dec 1845
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1) The Lioness of the North; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg (4)

Performances first 22 Dec 1845, previous 26 Dec 1845, next 29 Dec 1845

Cast as reference cast (22 Dec 1845)

BUT Captain Orloff: Miss Marian
  A. Taylor

Captain Daskkoff: Miss Emma
  Harding

2) "The Mother and Child Are Doing Well" (8)

Performances first 6 Oct 1845, previous 26 Dec 1845, next 29 Dec 1845

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (2)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 26 Dec 1845, next 29 Dec 1845


29 Dec 1845
Mon eve
Adelphi
29 Dec 1845
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Lioness of the North; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg (5)

Performances first 22 Dec 1845, previous 27 Dec 1845, next 30 Dec 1845

2) "The Mother and Child Are Doing Well" (9)

Performances first 6 Oct 1845, previous 27 Dec 1845, next 30 Dec 1845

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (3)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 27 Dec 1845, next 30 Dec 1845


30 Dec 1845
Tue eve
Adelphi
29 Dec 1845
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Lioness of the North; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg (6)

Performances first 22 Dec 1845, previous 29 Dec 1845, next 31 Dec 1845

2) "The Mother and Child Are Doing Well" (10)

Performances first 6 Oct 1845, previous 29 Dec 1845, next 31 Mar 1846

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (4)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 29 Dec 1845, next 31 Dec 1845


31 Dec 1845
Wed eve
Adelphi
31 Dec 1845
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Lioness of the North; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg (7)

Performances first 22 Dec 1845, previous 30 Dec 1845, next 1 Jan 1846

2) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; based on Dickens' fairy tale of the same name
AU: Edward Stirling

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, next 1 Jan 1846

Genre (drama) new drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast

John Peerybingle (carrier): O. Smith; Caleb Plummer (doll maker): Lambert; Tackleton (toy merchant): [William] Cullenford; Edward (the stranger): [Charles] Selby; Dot's father: Thomas; Dot (the carrier's small wife): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Bertha (blind girl, Caleb's daughter): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; May Fielding: Miss Taylor; Mrs. Fielding (her mamma): Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Dot's mother: Miss Jones; Miss Tilly Slowboy: [Edward R.] Wright; Fairy Cricket of the Hearth: Miss E[llen] Chaplin; chirping crickets: Miss Cossimine, Miss Vernon, Miss Thompson, Miss Mitchell, Miss Eccleston, Miss Robins, Miss May, Miss Ford, Miss G. Thompson, Robins, Drummond, Woodward

Reference Cast

John Peerybingle: O. Smith
Caleb Plummer: Lambert
Tackleton: William Cullenford
Edward: Charles Selby
Dot's father: Thomas
Dot: Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam
Bertha: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar
May Fielding: Miss Taylor
Mrs. Fielding: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Dot's mother: Miss Jones
Miss Tilly Slowboy: Edward R.
   Wright

Fairy Cricket of the Hearth:
   Miss Ellen Chaplin

chirping crickets:
   Miss Cossimine
   Miss Vernon
   Miss Thompson
   Miss Mitchell
   Miss Eccleston
   Miss Robins
   Miss May
   Miss Ford
   Miss G. Thompson
   Robins
   Drummond
   Woodward

1. home of the carrier, Honest John; 2. exterior of Caleb's cracked nut-shell of a house; 3. the toy maker's 4. Peerybingle's cottage

DFo has a version pub Lacy, in 3 acts by Wm. T. Townsend as perf at City of London 7 Jan 1846

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (5)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 30 Dec 1845, next 1 Jan 1846


1 Jan 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
31 Dec 1845
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Lioness of the North; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg (8)

Performances first 22 Dec 1845, previous 31 Dec 1845, next 2 Jan 1846

2) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (2)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 31 Dec 1845, next 2 Jan 1846

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (6)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 31 Dec 1845, next 2 Jan 1846


2 Jan 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
31 Dec 1845
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Lioness of the North; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg (9)

Performances first 22 Dec 1845, previous 1 Jan 1846, next 3 Jan 1846

2) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (3)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 1 Jan 1846, next 3 Jan 1846

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (7)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 1 Jan 1846, next 3 Jan 1846


3 Jan 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
31 Dec 1845
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Lioness of the North; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg (10)

Performances first 22 Dec 1845, previous 2 Jan 1846, next 5 Jan 1846

2) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (4)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 2 Jan 1846, next 5 Jan 1846

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (8)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 2 Jan 1846, next 5 Jan 1846


5 Jan 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
5 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Lioness of the North; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg (11)

Performances first 22 Dec 1845, previous 3 Jan 1846, next 7 Jan 1846

2) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (5)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 3 Jan 1846, next 6 Jan 1846

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (9)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 3 Jan 1846, next 6 Jan 1846


6 Jan 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
5 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (6)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 5 Jan 1846, next 7 Jan 1846

2) "Seeing Wright" (75)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 23 Dec 1845, next 8 Jan 1846

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (10)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 5 Jan 1846, next 7 Jan 1846


7 Jan 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
5 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Lioness of the North; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg (12)

Performances first 22 Dec 1845, previous 5 Jan 1846, next 23 Feb 1846

2) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (7)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 6 Jan 1846, next 8 Jan 1846

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (11)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 6 Jan 1846, next 8 Jan 1846


8 Jan 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
5 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (8)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 7 Jan 1846, next 9 Jan 1846

2) "Seeing Wright" (76)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 6 Jan 1846, next 9 Jan 1846

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (12)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 7 Jan 1846, next 9 Jan 1846


9 Jan 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
5 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (9)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 8 Jan 1846, next 10 Jan 1846

2) "Seeing Wright" (77)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 8 Jan 1846, next 10 Jan 1846

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (13)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 8 Jan 1846, next 10 Jan 1846


10 Jan 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
5 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (10)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 9 Jan 1846, next 12 Jan 1846

2) "Seeing Wright" (78)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 9 Jan 1846, next 13 Jan 1846

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (14)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 9 Jan 1846, next 12 Jan 1846


12 Jan 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
12 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Juvenile: Young People's Night

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (11)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 10 Jan 1846, next 13 Jan 1846

2) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (15)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 10 Jan 1846, next 13 Jan 1846


13 Jan 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
13 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Juvenile: Young People's Night

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (12)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 12 Jan 1846, next 14 Jan 1846

2) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (16)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 12 Jan 1846, next 14 Jan 1846

3) "Seeing Wright" (79)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 10 Jan 1846, next 14 Jan 1846


14 Jan 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
13 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Juvenile: Young People's Night

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (13)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 13 Jan 1846, next 15 Jan 1846

2) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (17)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 13 Jan 1846, next 15 Jan 1846

3) "Seeing Wright" (80)

Performances first 29 Sep 1845, previous 13 Jan 1846


15 Jan 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
15 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (14)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 14 Jan 1846, next 16 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; based on L'Omelette Fantastique
AU: Charles Selby

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, next 16 Jan 1846

Genre (farce) new farce; 1 act

First Night Cast

Mr. Deeperly (eccentric gentleman on the shady side of forty): Paul J. Bedford; Augustus Fitzmortimer (most respectable young man "out of business"): [Edward R.] Wright; Mrs. Deeperly (beautiful and accomplished lady, wife of the eccentric gentleman): Miss Emma Harding; Rose (parlour maid with an unexceptional character from her last situation): Mrs. Frank Matthews; Miss Selina Jane Sims (an improver in a first rate millinery establishment): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Reference Cast

Mr. Deeperly: Paul J. Bedford
Augustus Fitzmortimer: Edward R.
   Wright

Mrs. Deeperly: Miss Emma
   Harding
Rose: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
   Taylor

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (18)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 14 Jan 1846, next 16 Jan 1846


16 Jan 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
15 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (15)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 15 Jan 1846, next 17 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (2)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 15 Jan 1846, next 17 Jan 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (19)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 15 Jan 1846, next 17 Jan 1846


17 Jan 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
15 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (16)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 16 Jan 1846, next 19 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (3)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 16 Jan 1846, next 19 Jan 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (20)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 16 Jan 1846, next 19 Jan 1846


19 Jan 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
19 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (17)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 17 Jan 1846, next 20 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (4)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 17 Jan 1846, next 20 Jan 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (21)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 17 Jan 1846, next 20 Jan 1846


20 Jan 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
19 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (18)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 19 Jan 1846, next 21 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (5)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 19 Jan 1846, next 21 Jan 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (22)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 19 Jan 1846, next 21 Jan 1846


21 Jan 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
19 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (19)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 20 Jan 1846, next 22 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (6)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 20 Jan 1846, next 22 Jan 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (23)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 20 Jan 1846, next 22 Jan 1846


22 Jan 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
19 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (20)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 21 Jan 1846, next 23 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (7)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 21 Jan 1846, next 23 Jan 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (24)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 21 Jan 1846, next 23 Jan 1846


23 Jan 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
19 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (21)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 22 Jan 1846, next 24 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (8)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 22 Jan 1846, next 24 Jan 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (25)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 22 Jan 1846, next 24 Jan 1846


24 Jan 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
19 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (22)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 23 Jan 1846, next 26 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (9)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 23 Jan 1846, next 26 Jan 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (26)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 23 Jan 1846, next 26 Jan 1846


26 Jan 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
26 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (23)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 24 Jan 1846, next 27 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (10)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 24 Jan 1846, next 27 Jan 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (27)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 24 Jan 1846, next 27 Jan 1846


27 Jan 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
26 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (24)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 26 Jan 1846, next 28 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (11)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 26 Jan 1846, next 28 Jan 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (28)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 26 Jan 1846, next 28 Jan 1846


28 Jan 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
26 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (25)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 27 Jan 1846, next 29 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (12)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 27 Jan 1846, next 29 Jan 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (29)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 27 Jan 1846, next 29 Jan 1846


29 Jan 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
26 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (26)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 28 Jan 1846, next 30 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (13)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 28 Jan 1846, next 30 Jan 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (30)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 28 Jan 1846, next 30 Jan 1846


30 Jan 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
26 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (27)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 29 Jan 1846, next 31 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (14)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 29 Jan 1846, next 31 Jan 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (31)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 29 Jan 1846, next 31 Jan 1846


31 Jan 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
26 Jan 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cricket on the Hearth; or, A Fairy Tale of Home (28)

Performances first 31 Dec 1845, previous 30 Jan 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (15)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 30 Jan 1846, next 2 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (32)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 30 Jan 1846, next 2 Feb 1846


2 Feb 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
2 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Henry Holl]
Au Comm by the author of Grace Huntley

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, next 3 Feb 1846

Genre (drama) 3 acts

First Night Cast

Charles Darville: Howe; Emile Mongerand (his schoolfellow): O. Smith; Monsieur Apollo Kit (teacher of French and foreign dances, cousin to Darville): [Edward R.] Wright; Justin (his pupil): [James H.] Munyard; Gervais (a porter): Charles Perkins; Monsieur Renard: Glennaire Monsieur Kit's pupils Jaques: [William] Mitchenson; Andre: Lindon; Vincent: Sylvester Leoline (wife to Darville): Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates; Catherine: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Susanne (Monsieur Kit's cook): Miss Brooks; Madame Mouton: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws Laws' six daughters Nanette: Miss Simpson; Adelaide: Miss Johnson; Delphine: Miss Wilson; Fidalia: Miss Jones; Laurette: Miss Aldridge; Jeanette: Miss Watkins Susan Jomard: Miss Louise; first female: Miss Vernon; second female: Miss Emsley; Monsieur Rozat (rich merchant): [William] Cullenford; Marquis de Courval: Worrell; Count Duval: [Henry] Stoker; Chevalier St. Croix: Freeborn; Commissary of police: Waye; Larouves (spy): [John] Sanders; Antoine (a police agent): Thomas; priest: Aldridge; Pierre (servant to Monsieur Rozat): Sylvester; company, gens d'armes, servants: [Unlisted]; Isabelle (Mons. Rozat's daughter): Miss Taylor; Gertrude (her waiting woman): Miss E[mma] Harding; Ambrose (keeper of the "Black Eagle"): C[hristopher] J. Smith; first gens d'arme: Butler; second gens d'arme: Jones; Laura (a child, her daughter): Miss Robins

Reference Cast

Charles Darville: Howe
Emile Mongerand: O. Smith
Monsieur Apollo Kit: Edward R.
   Wright

Justin: James H. Munyard
Gervais: Charles Perkins
Monsieur Renard: Glennaire
Jaques: William Mitchenson
Andre: Lindon
Vincent: Sylvester
Leoline: Mrs. Frederick H.
   Yates

Catherine: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Susanne: Miss Brooks
Madame Mouton: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Nanette: Miss Simpson
Adelaide: Miss Johnson
Delphine: Miss Wilson
Fidalia: Miss Jones
Laurette: Miss Aldridge
Jeanette: Miss Watkins
Susan Jomard: Miss Louise
first female: Miss Vernon
second female: Miss Emsley
Monsieur Rozat: William
   Cullenford

Marquis de Courval: Lindon
Count Duval: Henry Stoker
Chevalier St. Croix: Freeborn
Commissary of police: Waye
Larouves: John Sanders
Antoine: Thomas
priest: Aldridge
Pierre: Sylvester
company, gens d'armes, servants:
   Unlisted

Isabelle: Miss Taylor
Gertrude: Miss Emma Harding
Ambrose: Christopher J. Smith
first gens d'arme: Butler
second gens d'arme: Jones
Laura: Miss Robins

I,i Paris, Darville's shop and entrance to street; I,ii street in Paris; I,iii room in Darville's house; I,iv Monsieur Kit's Dancing Academy; II,i Darville's shop; II,ii poor apartment; II,iii M. Kit's dressing room; II,iv outside of M. Rozat's hotel; II,v splendid ball room; III,i short distance from Paris; III,ii view on the Seine; III,iii cottage and garden with bridge crossing a river; III,iv the "Black Eagle"; III,v cottage and garden; III,vi a landscape with village in the distance; III,vii inside of cottage; III,viii cottage, garden, and bridge

2) The Phantom Breakfast (16)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 31 Jan 1846, next 3 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (33)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 31 Jan 1846, next 3 Feb 1846


3 Feb 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
2 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (2)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 2 Feb 1846, next 4 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Feb 1846)

BUT Marquis de Courval: Worrell

2) The Phantom Breakfast (17)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 2 Feb 1846, next 4 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (34)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 2 Feb 1846, next 4 Feb 1846


4 Feb 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
2 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (3)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 3 Feb 1846, next 5 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Feb 1846)

BUT Marquis de Courval: Worrell

2) The Phantom Breakfast (18)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 3 Feb 1846, next 5 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (35)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 3 Feb 1846, next 5 Feb 1846


5 Feb 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
2 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (4)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 4 Feb 1846, next 6 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Feb 1846)

BUT Marquis de Courval: Worrell

2) The Phantom Breakfast (19)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 4 Feb 1846, next 6 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (36)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 4 Feb 1846, next 6 Feb 1846


6 Feb 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
2 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (5)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 5 Feb 1846, next 7 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Feb 1846)

BUT Marquis de Courval: Worrell

2) The Phantom Breakfast (20)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 5 Feb 1846, next 7 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (37)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 5 Feb 1846, next 7 Feb 1846


7 Feb 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
2 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (6)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 6 Feb 1846, next 9 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Feb 1846)

BUT Marquis de Courval: Worrell

2) The Phantom Breakfast (21)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 6 Feb 1846, next 9 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands (38)

Performances first 26 Dec 1845, previous 6 Feb 1846


9 Feb 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
9 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (7)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 7 Feb 1846, next 10 Feb 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (22)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 7 Feb 1846, next 10 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (7)

Title Comment By express desire, for the night only
Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 18 Oct 1845, next 10 Feb 1846

Cast Comment Cast truncated for reasons of space


10 Feb 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
9 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (8)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 9 Feb 1846, next 11 Feb 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (23)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 9 Feb 1846, next 11 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (8)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 9 Feb 1846, next 11 Feb 1846


11 Feb 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
9 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (9)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 10 Feb 1846, next 12 Feb 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (24)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 10 Feb 1846, next 12 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (9)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 10 Feb 1846, next 12 Feb 1846


12 Feb 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
9 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (10)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 11 Feb 1846, next 13 Feb 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (25)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 11 Feb 1846, next 13 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (10)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 11 Feb 1846, next 13 Feb 1846


13 Feb 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
9 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (11)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 12 Feb 1846, next 14 Feb 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (26)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 12 Feb 1846, next 14 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (11)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 12 Feb 1846, next 14 Feb 1846


14 Feb 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
9 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (12)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 13 Feb 1846, next 16 Feb 1846

2) The Phantom Breakfast (27)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 13 Feb 1846, next 16 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (12)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 13 Feb 1846, next 19 Feb 1846


16 Feb 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
16 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (13)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 14 Feb 1846, next 17 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Feb 1846)

BUT Gervais: Thomas

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (57)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 23 Dec 1845, next 17 Feb 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (28)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 14 Feb 1846, next 17 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar


17 Feb 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
16 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (14)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 16 Feb 1846, next 18 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Feb 1846)

BUT Gervais: Thomas

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (58)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 16 Feb 1846, next 18 Feb 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (29)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 16 Feb 1846, next 18 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar


18 Feb 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
16 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (15)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 17 Feb 1846, next 19 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Feb 1846)

BUT Gervais: Thomas

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (59)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 17 Feb 1846, next 19 Feb 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (30)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 17 Feb 1846, next 20 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar


19 Feb 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
19 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (16)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 18 Feb 1846, next 20 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Feb 1846)

BUT Gervais: Thomas

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (60)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 18 Feb 1846, next 20 Feb 1846

3) Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve (13)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 14 Feb 1846


20 Feb 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
19 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (17)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 19 Feb 1846, next 21 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Feb 1846)

BUT Gervais: Thomas

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (61)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 19 Feb 1846, next 21 Feb 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (31)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 18 Feb 1846, next 21 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar


21 Feb 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
19 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (18)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 20 Feb 1846, next 24 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Feb 1846)

BUT Gervais: Thomas

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (62)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 20 Feb 1846, next 23 Feb 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (32)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 20 Feb 1846, next 23 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (15 Jan 1846)

BUT Miss Selina Jane Sims: Miss
  Sarah J. Woolgar


23 Feb 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
23 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Lioness of the North; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg (13)

Performances first 22 Dec 1845, previous 7 Jan 1846, next 27 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (22 Dec 1845)

BUT Captain Romanoff: Miss
  Emsley

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (63)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 21 Feb 1846, next 24 Feb 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (33)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 21 Feb 1846, next 24 Feb 1846


24 Feb 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
23 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (19)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 21 Feb 1846, next 26 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Feb 1846)

BUT Gervais: Thomas

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (64)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 23 Feb 1846, next 26 Feb 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (34)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 23 Feb 1846, next 26 Feb 1846


25 Feb 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi

DARK: Ash Wednesday


26 Feb 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
23 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (20)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 24 Feb 1846, next 28 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Feb 1846)

BUT Gervais: Thomas

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (65)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 24 Feb 1846, next 27 Feb 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (35)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 24 Feb 1846, next 27 Feb 1846


27 Feb 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
23 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Lioness of the North; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg (14)

Performances first 22 Dec 1845, previous 23 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (22 Dec 1845)

BUT Captain Romanoff: Miss
  Emsley

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (66)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 26 Feb 1846, next 28 Feb 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (36)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 26 Feb 1846, next 28 Feb 1846


28 Feb 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
23 Feb 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Leoline; or, Life's Trials (21)

Performances first 2 Feb 1846, previous 26 Feb 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Feb 1846)

BUT Gervais: Thomas

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (67)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 27 Feb 1846, next 2 Mar 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (37)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 27 Feb 1846, next 2 Mar 1846


2 Mar 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
2 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (1)

Title Comment Founded on Satan; ou, Le Diable a Paris by Clarville and Damarin.
AU: Charles Selby

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, next 3 Mar 1846

Genre (melodrama) drama of peculiar interest

First Night Cast

Count Henry de Beausoleil (French gentleman): Howe friends of the Count Count Vanille: [Charles] Selby; Captain Gasconade: Worrell The Mysterious Stranger: Mme. [Céline] Céleste; Monsieur de Chantereine: [Henry] Stoker; Duplumet (a banker): [William] Cullenford; Crequet (valet to Count Beausoleil): [Edward R.] Wright; Francois: Glennaire; Pierre: Thomas artistes of society Chechore: O. Smith; Loupy: [John] Sanders; La Fleur: Green corporal: Waye; Chaumiere: Butler; Mademoiselle de Nantelle (betrothed to Count Beausoleil): Miss E[mma] Harding ladies of fashion Madame de Sericourt: Miss Brooks; Madame de Luceval: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Madame de Savigne: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor Madame de Lenneville: Mrs. Lambert; Madeline (femme de chambre of Mlle. Nantelle, betrothed to Crequet): Miss E[llen] Chaplin; ladies, gentlemen, guests, dancers, thieves: [Unlisted]

Reference Cast

Count Henry de Beausoleil:
   Boyce

Count Vanille: Charles Selby
Captain Gasconade: Worrell
The Mysterious Stranger: Mme.
   Céline Céleste

Duplumet: William Cullenford
Crequet: Edward R. Wright
Francois: Glennaire
Pierre: Thomas
Chechore: O. Smith
Loupy: John Sanders
La Fleur: Green
corporal: Waye
Chaumiere: Gordon
Mademoiselle de Nantelle: Miss
   Emma Harding

Madame de Sericourt: Miss
   Brooks

Madame de Luceval: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews

Madame de Savigne: Miss Marian
   A. Taylor

Madame de Lenneville: Mrs.
   Lambert

Madeline: Miss Ellen Chaplin
ladies, gentlemen, guests,
   dancers, thieves: Unlisted

I,i ante-chamber in the house of Beausoleil; I,ii grande salle a manger in the house of Beausoleil; I,iii a hall; I,iv a grand ball room at the mansion of the banker, Escrot Duplumet; I,v a street in Paris by moonlight; I,vi caveau of passport forgers under the Palais Royale; II,i gardens and mansion of [blank]; II,ii saloon in the house of Beausoleil; II,iii ante-chamber in the house of Beausoleil; II,iv dining room in the house of Beausoleil

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (68)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 28 Feb 1846, next 3 Mar 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (38)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 28 Feb 1846, next 3 Mar 1846


3 Mar 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
2 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (2)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 2 Mar 1846, next 4 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Mar 1846)

BUT Count Henry de Beausoleil:
  Howe

Chaumiere: Butler
ADDS Monsieur de Chantereine:
  Henry Stoker

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (69)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 2 Mar 1846, next 4 Mar 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (39)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 2 Mar 1846, next 4 Mar 1846


4 Mar 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
2 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (3)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 3 Mar 1846, next 5 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Mar 1846)

BUT Count Henry de Beausoleil:
  Howe

Chaumiere: Butler
ADDS Monsieur de Chantereine:
  Henry Stoker

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (70)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 3 Mar 1846, next 5 Mar 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (40)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 3 Mar 1846, next 5 Mar 1846


5 Mar 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
2 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (4)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 4 Mar 1846, next 6 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Mar 1846)

BUT Count Henry de Beausoleil:
  Howe

Chaumiere: Butler
ADDS Monsieur de Chantereine:
  Henry Stoker

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (71)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 4 Mar 1846, next 6 Mar 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (41)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 4 Mar 1846, next 6 Mar 1846


6 Mar 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
2 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (5)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 5 Mar 1846, next 7 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Mar 1846)

BUT Count Henry de Beausoleil:
  Howe

Chaumiere: Butler
ADDS Monsieur de Chantereine:
  Henry Stoker

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (72)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 5 Mar 1846, next 7 Mar 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (42)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 5 Mar 1846, next 7 Mar 1846


7 Mar 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
2 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (6)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 6 Mar 1846, next 20 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Mar 1846)

BUT Count Henry de Beausoleil:
  Howe

Chaumiere: Butler
ADDS Monsieur de Chantereine:
  Henry Stoker

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (73)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 6 Mar 1846, next 9 Mar 1846

3) The Phantom Breakfast (43)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 6 Mar 1846, next 9 Mar 1846


9 Mar 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
9 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; "A translation of Le Mousse by Emile Souvestre, played at the Varietes, and written for Mons. Boufee" (Illustrated London News, 14 March 1846).
AU: Edward Stirling

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, next 10 Mar 1846

Genre (drama) new petite drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast

Monsieur Henri (Lieutenant in French Navy): [George R.] Braid; Monsieur Vincent (rich planter): O. Smith; Monsieur Berthault (colonist): Lambert; Coquin Ballandier (curiosity dealer from Paris): [James H.] Munyard; Pierre: [John] Sanders; Escarbot (custom house agent): Waye; Largarcette (a pilot): Paul J. Bedford; judge: Glennaire; attendant: Sylvester; slave: Lindon; planters: Aldridge, Conran, Frost; sailors: Williamson, Horton, Alderson; Julien (cabin boy): Mme. [Céline] Céleste; Mlle. Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Madame Morand: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Clara: Miss Reynolds; slaves, attendants: Miss Fleming, Miss Taylor, Miss Jones, Miss Aldridge, Miss Vernon, Miss Harrison, Miss Berenger, Miss Ellen, Miss Louise, Miss Emsley, Miss Johnson, Miss Simpson, Miss Bell

Reference Cast

Monsieur Henri: George R. Braid
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: Lambert
Coquin Ballandier: James H.
   Munyard

Pierre: John Sanders
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Glennaire
attendant: Sylvester
slave: Lindon
planters:
   Aldridge
   Conran
   Frost
sailors:
   Williamson
   Horton
   Alderson
Julien: Mme. Céline Céleste
Mlle. Jenny Laroche: Miss Sarah
   J. Woolgar

Madame Morand: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Clara: Miss Reynolds
slaves, attendants:
   Miss Fleming
   Miss Taylor
   Miss Jones
   Miss Aldridge
   Miss Vernon
   Miss Harrison
   Miss Ellen
   Miss Louise
   Miss Emsley
   Miss Johnson
   Miss Simpson
   Miss Bell
   Miss Berenger

I,i the sea and Island of Guadaloupe; II,i planter's residence on the island

2) Norma (1)

Title Comment probably William H. Oxberry's Norma Travestie (6/12/41)
AU: [William H. Oxberry]

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, next 10 Mar 1846

Genre (burlesque) [Und]

First Night Cast

Pollio: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Norma: Paul J. Bedford; Adalgisa: [Edward R.] Wright; Oroveso: Frost; Clotilda: [John] Sanders; Flavius: Miss Brooks

Reference Cast

Pollio: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar
Norma: Paul J. Bedford
Adalgisa: Edward R. Wright
Oroveso: Frost
Clotilda: John Sanders
Flavius: Miss Brooks

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (74)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 7 Mar 1846, next 10 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (44)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 7 Mar 1846, next 10 Mar 1846


10 Mar 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
9 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (2)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 9 Mar 1846, next 11 Mar 1846

2) Norma (2)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 9 Mar 1846, next 11 Mar 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (75)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 9 Mar 1846, next 11 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (45)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 9 Mar 1846, next 11 Mar 1846


11 Mar 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
9 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (3)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 10 Mar 1846, next 12 Mar 1846

2) Norma (3)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 10 Mar 1846, next 12 Mar 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (76)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 10 Mar 1846, next 12 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (46)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 10 Mar 1846, next 12 Mar 1846


12 Mar 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
9 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (4)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 11 Mar 1846, next 13 Mar 1846

2) Norma (4)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 11 Mar 1846, next 13 Mar 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (77)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 11 Mar 1846, next 13 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (47)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 11 Mar 1846, next 13 Mar 1846


13 Mar 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
9 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (5)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 12 Mar 1846, next 14 Mar 1846

2) Norma (5)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 12 Mar 1846, next 14 Mar 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (78)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 12 Mar 1846, next 14 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (48)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 12 Mar 1846, next 14 Mar 1846


14 Mar 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
9 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (6)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 13 Mar 1846, next 16 Mar 1846

2) Norma (6)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 13 Mar 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (79)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 13 Mar 1846, next 16 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (49)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 13 Mar 1846, next 16 Mar 1846


16 Mar 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
16 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (7)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 14 Mar 1846, next 17 Mar 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: Joseph S. Coyne

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, next 17 Mar 1846

Genre (farce) new and original farce

First Night Cast

Chesterfield Honeybun: [Edward R.] Wright; Isaac Crank: O. Smith; Mrs. Honeybun: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Mrs. Crank: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; nurse: Mrs. Vernon

Reference Cast

Chesterfield Honeybun: Edward R.
   Wright

Isaac Crank: O. Smith
Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma
   Harding
Mrs. Crank: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. Edmund Laws
nurse: Mrs. Vernon

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (80)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 14 Mar 1846, next 17 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (50)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 14 Mar 1846, next 17 Mar 1846


17 Mar 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
16 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (8)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 16 Mar 1846, next 18 Mar 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (2)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 16 Mar 1846, next 18 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Mar 1846)

BUT Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (81)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 16 Mar 1846, next 18 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (51)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 16 Mar 1846, next 18 Mar 1846


18 Mar 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
16 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (9)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 17 Mar 1846, next 19 Mar 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (3)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 17 Mar 1846, next 19 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Mar 1846)

BUT Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (82)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 17 Mar 1846, next 19 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (52)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 17 Mar 1846, next 19 Mar 1846


19 Mar 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
16 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (10)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 18 Mar 1846, next 20 Mar 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (4)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 18 Mar 1846, next 20 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Mar 1846)

BUT Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (83)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 18 Mar 1846, next 20 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (53)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 18 Mar 1846, next 20 Mar 1846


20 Mar 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
16 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (11)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 19 Mar 1846, next 21 Mar 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (5)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 19 Mar 1846, next 21 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Mar 1846)

BUT Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (84)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 19 Mar 1846, next 21 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (54)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 19 Mar 1846, next 21 Mar 1846


21 Mar 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
16 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (12)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 20 Mar 1846, next 23 Mar 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (6)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 20 Mar 1846, next 23 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Mar 1846)

BUT Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (85)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 20 Mar 1846, next 23 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (55)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 20 Mar 1846, next 23 Mar 1846


23 Mar 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
23 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (13)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 21 Mar 1846, next 24 Mar 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (7)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 21 Mar 1846, next 24 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Mar 1846)

BUT Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (86)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 21 Mar 1846, next 24 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (56)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 21 Mar 1846, next 24 Mar 1846


24 Mar 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
23 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (14)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 23 Mar 1846, next 25 Mar 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (8)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 23 Mar 1846, next 25 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Mar 1846)

BUT Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (87)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 23 Mar 1846, next 25 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (57)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 23 Mar 1846, next 25 Mar 1846


25 Mar 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
23 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (15)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 24 Mar 1846, next 26 Mar 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (9)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 24 Mar 1846, next 26 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Mar 1846)

BUT Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (88)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 24 Mar 1846, next 26 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (58)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 24 Mar 1846, next 26 Mar 1846


26 Mar 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
23 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (16)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 25 Mar 1846, next 27 Mar 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (10)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 25 Mar 1846, next 27 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Mar 1846)

BUT Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (89)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 25 Mar 1846, next 27 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (59)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 25 Mar 1846, next 27 Mar 1846


27 Mar 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
23 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (17)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 26 Mar 1846, next 28 Mar 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (11)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 26 Mar 1846, next 28 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Mar 1846)

BUT Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (90)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 26 Mar 1846, next 28 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (60)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 26 Mar 1846, next 28 Mar 1846


28 Mar 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
23 Mar 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Cabin Boy (18)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 27 Mar 1846, next 30 Mar 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (12)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 27 Mar 1846, next 30 Mar 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Mar 1846)

BUT Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (91)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 27 Mar 1846, next 30 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (61)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 27 Mar 1846, next 30 Mar 1846


30 Mar 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
30 Mar 1846
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1) The Cabin Boy (19)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 28 Mar 1846, next 31 Mar 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (13)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 28 Mar 1846, next 31 Mar 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (92)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 28 Mar 1846, next 31 Mar 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (62)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 28 Mar 1846, next 11 May 1846


31 Mar 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
30 Mar 1846
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1) The Cabin Boy (20)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 30 Mar 1846, next 1 Apr 1846

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (93)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 30 Mar 1846, next 24 Jun 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (14)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 30 Mar 1846, next 1 Apr 1846

4) "The Mother and Child Are Doing Well" (11)

Performances first 6 Oct 1845, previous 30 Dec 1845


1 Apr 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
1 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Benefit: Paul J. Bedford

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (61)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 20 Dec 1845, next 2 Apr 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Mrs. Edwin
  Yarnold

Nelly O'Neil: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

2) The Cabin Boy (21)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 31 Mar 1846, next 2 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (15)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 31 Mar 1846, next 2 Apr 1846

General Non-Title Information

chaunt: "Jolly Nose", Paul J. Bedford; "Nix My Dolly, Pals, Fake Away", Paul J. Bedford

tableau from Jack Sheppard


2 Apr 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
2 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (62)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 1 Apr 1846, next 3 Apr 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Mrs. Edwin
  Yarnold

Nelly O'Neil: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

2) The Cabin Boy (22)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 1 Apr 1846, next 3 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (16)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 1 Apr 1846, next 3 Apr 1846


3 Apr 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
2 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (63)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 2 Apr 1846, next 4 Apr 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Mrs. Edwin
  Yarnold

Nelly O'Neil: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

2) The Cabin Boy (23)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 2 Apr 1846, next 4 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (17)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 2 Apr 1846, next 4 Apr 1846


4 Apr 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
2 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (64)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 3 Apr 1846, next 24 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Mrs. Edwin
  Yarnold

Nelly O'Neil: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

2) The Cabin Boy (24)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 3 Apr 1846, next 28 May 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (18)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 3 Apr 1846, next 13 Apr 1846


6 Apr 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
2 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Occasional: Adams' annual lectures on astronomy


7 Apr 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
2 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Occasional: Adams' annual lectures on astronomy


8 Apr 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
2 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Occasional: Adams' annual lectures on astronomy


9 Apr 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
2 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Occasional: Adams' annual lectures on astronomy


10 Apr 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi

DARK: Good Friday


11 Apr 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
2 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Occasional: Adams' annual lectures on astronomy


13 Apr 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
13 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; from the French; Nicoll gives 1st perf as 9 April 1846 and L. C. title as Indolence and Industry
AU: Edward Stirling, COMP: Alfred Mellon

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, next 14 Apr 1846

Genre (drama) drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Monsieur Delamare (builder): Charles Perkins; Etienne (industrious workman): Howe; Marcel (indolent workman): [Charles] Selby; Sansonet (amorous top-sawyer): [Edward R.] Wright; St. Amour (a conjugal lover): Paul J. Bedford; Francois: [George R.] Braid; Rene: Lindon; Rollin (vagabond): O. Smith; Foregne (chiffonier): C[hristopher] J. Smith; Francis: Freeborn; Adolphe: Glennaire; workmen, guards, guests, mob: [Unlisted]; Batifole (bride waiting to be married): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Agathe: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Justine: Miss Reynolds; Madame Nize: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Coco (beauty): Miss Jones; Rose: Miss Simpson; Nini: Miss Webster; Cecile (the orphan): Mme. [Céline] Céleste; workmen's wives, grisettes: [Unlisted]

Reference Cast

Monsieur Delamare: Charles
   Perkins

Etienne: Howe
Marcel: Charles Selby
Sansonet: Edward R. Wright
St. Amour: Paul J. Bedford
Francois: George R. Braid
Rene: Lindon
Rollin: O. Smith
Foregne: Christopher J. Smith
Francis: Freeborn
Adolphe: Glennaire
workmen, guards, guests, mob:
   Unlisted

Batifole: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar
Agathe: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Justine: Miss Reynolds
Madame Nize: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Coco: Miss Jones
Rose: Miss Simpson
Nini: Miss Webster
Cecile: Mme. Céline Céleste
workmen's wives, grisettes:
   Unlisted

(dIII,ii) "A Dance of Love", [Edward R.] Wright, Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

I,i the builder's yard and winehouse; I,ii Delamare's house; I,iii the way leading to the river, Paris and Notre Dame by moonlight; II,i the workman's garret in the Quartier de la Cite; II,ii unfinished buildings in the course of erection and old street in the Cite; II,iii the well; II,iv street emeute; III,i a country inn, double chamber; III,ii room in the Red Bull devoted to dancing; III,iii hall of the Red Bull and workmen's treat; III,iv entrance to the stone quarries; III,v stone quarries by moonlight and winding road leading to the excavations

MACH: Cooper

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Gilbert A. á Beckett], [Mark Lemon], COMP: Alfred Mellon
Au Comm by authors of Open Sesame; or, A Night with the Forty Thieves, Knight and the Sprite; or, A Cold Water Cure, St. George and the Dragon

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, next 14 Apr 1846

Genre (spectacle) an extra extravagant extravaganza; 2 acts, 9 scenes

First Night Cast

Peter Wilkins: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Jack Adams: Paul J. Bedford; Rt. Hon. Mr. Wildman: [James H.] Munyard; Herr Pugg: [William] Mitchenson; Tom Tough: Miss Brooks prisoners of war Jack Junk: Mrs. Vernon; Bill Bunting: Miss Reynolds; Tom Taffrail: Mrs. Emsley; Will Watch: Miss Taylor; Joe Steadfast: Mrs. Glennaire; Harry Haulyard: Miss Harrison Colombat the CLVI: Miss Emma Harding princesses of the blood royal Youriwkee: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Hallicarnie: Miss Taylor flying Indians Ivudewnow: Miss Fleming; Welimshure: Miss Aldridge; Diddiever: Miss Louise; Dereme: Miss Ellen; Udontsaso: Miss Johnson; Ophi: Miss Simpson; Ureaniseun: Miss James; Telmima: Miss Bell; Wataduc: Miss Jones; Dontell: Miss Lydia lords and commons, attendants on King Colombat: Butler, Foster, Lloyd, Sims, Ladbroke

Reference Cast

Peter Wilkins: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Jack Adams: Paul J. Bedford
Rt. Hon. Mr. Wildman: James H.
   Munyard

Herr Pugg: William Mitchenson
Tom Tough: Miss Brooks
Jack Junk: Mrs. Vernon
Bill Bunting: Miss Reynolds
Tom Taffrail: Mrs. Emsley
Will Watch: Miss Taylor
Joe Steadfast: Mrs. Glennaire
Harry Haulyard: Miss Harrison
Colombat the CLVI: Miss Emma
   Harding

Youriwkee: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Hallicarnie: Miss Taylor
Ivudewnow: Miss Fleming
Welimshure: Miss Aldridge
Diddiever: Miss Louise
Dereme: Miss Ellen
Udontsaso: Miss Johnson
Ophi: Miss Simpson
Ureaniseun: Miss James
Telmima: Miss Bell
Wataduc: Miss Jones
Dontell: Miss Lydia
lords and commons, attendants on
   King Colombat:
   Butler
   Foster
   Lloyd
   Sims
   Ladbroke

(dI,v) grand pas de quatre; (dI,v) "Pas des Chiens et Chats"

(dII,iv) wire volante and general wind-up of the flying indians

I,i the gun deck of the De La Cruz; I,ii the family mansion of the right honourable Mr. Wildman; I,iii the loadstone rock with the wreck of the De La Cruz and a raft; I,iv a romantic scene; I,v Jolly Valley and Great Temperance Waterfall; II,i Peter Wilkins' marine villa; II,ii one tree dingle; II,iii view in isle; II,iv vast vista

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (19)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 4 Apr 1846, next 14 Apr 1846


14 Apr 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
13 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (2)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 13 Apr 1846, next 15 Apr 1846

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (2)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 13 Apr 1846, next 15 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (20)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 13 Apr 1846, next 15 Apr 1846


15 Apr 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
13 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (3)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 14 Apr 1846, next 16 Apr 1846

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (3)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 14 Apr 1846, next 16 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (21)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 14 Apr 1846, next 16 Apr 1846


16 Apr 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
13 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (4)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 15 Apr 1846, next 17 Apr 1846

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (4)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 15 Apr 1846, next 17 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (22)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 15 Apr 1846, next 17 Apr 1846


17 Apr 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
13 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (5)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 16 Apr 1846, next 18 Apr 1846

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (5)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 16 Apr 1846, next 18 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (23)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 16 Apr 1846, next 18 Apr 1846


18 Apr 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
13 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (6)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 17 Apr 1846, next 20 Apr 1846

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (6)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 17 Apr 1846, next 20 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (24)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 17 Apr 1846, next 20 Apr 1846


20 Apr 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
20 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (7)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 18 Apr 1846, next 21 Apr 1846

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (7)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 18 Apr 1846, next 21 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (25)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 18 Apr 1846, next 21 Apr 1846


21 Apr 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
20 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (8)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 20 Apr 1846, next 22 Apr 1846

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (8)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 20 Apr 1846, next 22 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (26)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 20 Apr 1846, next 22 Apr 1846


22 Apr 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
20 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (9)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 21 Apr 1846, next 23 Apr 1846

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (9)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 21 Apr 1846, next 23 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (27)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 21 Apr 1846, next 23 Apr 1846


23 Apr 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
20 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (10)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 22 Apr 1846, next 24 Apr 1846

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (10)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 22 Apr 1846, next 24 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (28)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 22 Apr 1846, next 24 Apr 1846


24 Apr 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
20 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (11)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 23 Apr 1846, next 25 Apr 1846

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (11)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 23 Apr 1846, next 25 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (29)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 23 Apr 1846, next 25 Apr 1846


25 Apr 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
20 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (12)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 24 Apr 1846, next 27 Apr 1846

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (12)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 24 Apr 1846, next 27 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (30)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 24 Apr 1846, next 27 Apr 1846


27 Apr 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
27 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (13)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 25 Apr 1846, next 28 Apr 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Apr 1846)

BUT Cecile: Mrs. Edwin Yarnold

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (13)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 25 Apr 1846, next 28 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (31)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 25 Apr 1846, next 28 Apr 1846


28 Apr 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
27 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (14)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 27 Apr 1846, next 30 Apr 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Apr 1846)

BUT Cecile: Mrs. Edwin Yarnold

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (14)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 27 Apr 1846, next 29 Apr 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (32)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 27 Apr 1846, next 29 Apr 1846


29 Apr 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
29 Apr 1846
playbill
British Library

Special Performance Benefit: [Edward R.] Wright

1) Exchange No Robbery; or, Who's to Father Me? (1)

Title Comment 1st time here
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, next 4 May 1846

Genre (comedy) original and laughable Haymarket comedy

First Night Cast

Sir Christopher Cranberry, G.C.B.: Lambert; Sir Lennox Leinster: Howe; Captain Littleworth: Worrell; Swipes: [William] Cullenford; Sam Swipes (a pot boy, 1st time this role): [Edward R.] Wright; Lamotte: [Charles] Selby; John: Sylvester; Snowball: Lindon; Lady Cranberry: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Miss Melrose: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Mrs. Swipes: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Lapelle: Mrs. Emsley

Reference Cast

Sir Christopher Cranberry,
   G.C.B.: Lambert
Sir Lennox Leinster: George R.
   Braid

Captain Littleworth: Worrell
Swipes: William Cullenford
Sam Swipes: Edward R. Wright
Lamotte: Charles Selby
John: Lindon
Snowball: Master Drummond
Lady Cranberry: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

Miss Melrose: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin

Mrs. Swipes: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews

Lapelle: Mrs. Emsley

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (33)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 28 Apr 1846, next 30 Apr 1846

3) The Unfinished Gentleman (1)

AU: Charles Selby

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, next 4 May 1846

Genre (farce) farce

First Night Cast

Lord Totterly: [Charles] Selby; The Honorable Frisk Flammer: Worrell; Charles Danvers: [George R.] Braid; Bill Downey (shoe black, porter, and literary man): [Edward R.] Wright; James Miller: [James H.] Munyard; Nibble: [John] Sanders; Catch: Butler; Robert: Lindon; Louisa Bloomfield: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor; Mary Chintz: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Reference Cast

Lord Totterly: Charles Selby
The Honorable Frisk Flammer:
   Worrell

Charles Danvers: George R.
   Braid

Bill Downey: Edward R. Wright
James Miller: James H. Munyard
Nibble: John Sanders
Catch: Butler
Robert: Lindon
Louisa Bloomfield: Miss Marian
   A. Taylor

Mary Chintz: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

4) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (15)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 28 Apr 1846, next 30 Apr 1846


30 Apr 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
27 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (15)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 28 Apr 1846, next 1 May 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Apr 1846)

BUT Cecile: Mrs. Edwin Yarnold

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (16)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 29 Apr 1846, next 1 May 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (34)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 29 Apr 1846, next 1 May 1846


1 May 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
27 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (16)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 30 Apr 1846, next 2 May 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Apr 1846)

BUT Cecile: Mrs. Edwin Yarnold

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (17)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 30 Apr 1846, next 2 May 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (35)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 30 Apr 1846, next 2 May 1846


2 May 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
27 Apr 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy (17)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 1 May 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Apr 1846)

BUT Cecile: Mrs. Edwin Yarnold

2) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (18)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 1 May 1846, next 4 May 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (36)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 1 May 1846, next 4 May 1846


4 May 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
4 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Exchange No Robbery; or, Who's to Father Me? (2)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 29 Apr 1846, next 5 May 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (37)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 2 May 1846, next 5 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (19)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 2 May 1846, next 5 May 1846

4) The Unfinished Gentleman (2)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 29 Apr 1846, next 5 May 1846


5 May 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
4 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Exchange No Robbery; or, Who's to Father Me? (3)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 4 May 1846, next 6 May 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (38)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 4 May 1846, next 6 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (20)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 4 May 1846, next 6 May 1846

4) The Unfinished Gentleman (3)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 4 May 1846, next 6 May 1846


6 May 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
4 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Exchange No Robbery; or, Who's to Father Me? (4)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 5 May 1846, next 7 May 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (39)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 5 May 1846, next 7 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (21)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 5 May 1846, next 7 May 1846

4) The Unfinished Gentleman (4)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 5 May 1846, next 7 May 1846


7 May 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
4 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Exchange No Robbery; or, Who's to Father Me? (5)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 6 May 1846, next 8 May 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (40)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 6 May 1846, next 8 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (22)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 6 May 1846, next 8 May 1846

4) The Unfinished Gentleman (5)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 6 May 1846, next 8 May 1846


8 May 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
4 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Exchange No Robbery; or, Who's to Father Me? (6)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 7 May 1846, next 9 May 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (41)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 7 May 1846, next 9 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (23)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 7 May 1846, next 9 May 1846

4) The Unfinished Gentleman (6)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 7 May 1846, next 9 May 1846


9 May 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
4 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Exchange No Robbery; or, Who's to Father Me? (7)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 8 May 1846, next 11 May 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (42)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 8 May 1846, next 25 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (24)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 8 May 1846, next 11 May 1846

4) The Unfinished Gentleman (7)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 8 May 1846


11 May 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
11 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Exchange No Robbery; or, Who's to Father Me? (8)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 9 May 1846, next 12 May 1846

Cast as reference cast (29 Apr 1846)

BUT Lady Cranberry: Miss Emma
  Harding

2) Who Did It? or, What's in the Wind? (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: [Unknown]

Performances first 11 May 1846, next 12 May 1846

Genre (farce) a new and original farce

First Night Cast

Vandyke Brown: [Edward R.] Wright; Ramona Peewit: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Reference Cast

Vandyke Brown: Edward R. Wright
Ramona Peewit: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (25)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 9 May 1846, next 12 May 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (63)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 30 Mar 1846, next 12 May 1846


12 May 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
11 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Exchange No Robbery; or, Who's to Father Me? (9)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 11 May 1846, next 13 May 1846

Cast as reference cast (29 Apr 1846)

BUT Lady Cranberry: Miss Emma
  Harding

2) Who Did It? or, What's in the Wind? (2)

Performances first 11 May 1846, previous 11 May 1846, next 13 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (26)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 11 May 1846, next 13 May 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (64)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 11 May 1846, next 13 May 1846


13 May 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
11 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Exchange No Robbery; or, Who's to Father Me? (10)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 12 May 1846, next 14 May 1846

Cast as reference cast (29 Apr 1846)

BUT Lady Cranberry: Miss Emma
  Harding

2) Who Did It? or, What's in the Wind? (3)

Performances first 11 May 1846, previous 12 May 1846, next 14 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (27)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 12 May 1846, next 14 May 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (65)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 12 May 1846, next 14 May 1846


14 May 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
11 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Exchange No Robbery; or, Who's to Father Me? (11)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 13 May 1846, next 15 May 1846

Cast as reference cast (29 Apr 1846)

BUT Lady Cranberry: Miss Emma
  Harding

2) Who Did It? or, What's in the Wind? (4)

Performances first 11 May 1846, previous 13 May 1846, next 15 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (28)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 13 May 1846, next 15 May 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (66)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 13 May 1846, next 15 May 1846


15 May 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
11 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Exchange No Robbery; or, Who's to Father Me? (12)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 14 May 1846, next 16 May 1846

Cast as reference cast (29 Apr 1846)

BUT Lady Cranberry: Miss Emma
  Harding

2) Who Did It? or, What's in the Wind? (5)

Performances first 11 May 1846, previous 14 May 1846, next 16 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (29)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 14 May 1846, next 16 May 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (67)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 14 May 1846, next 16 May 1846


16 May 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
11 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Exchange No Robbery; or, Who's to Father Me? (13)

Performances first 29 Apr 1846, previous 15 May 1846

Cast as reference cast (29 Apr 1846)

BUT Lady Cranberry: Miss Emma
  Harding

2) Who Did It? or, What's in the Wind? (6)

Performances first 11 May 1846, previous 15 May 1846, next 18 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (30)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 15 May 1846, next 18 May 1846

4) The Phantom Breakfast (68)

Performances first 15 Jan 1846, previous 15 May 1846


18 May 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
18 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; founded on novel by G. H. Rodwell; Nicoll gives L.C. title as Adventures of an Umbrella
AU: [Charles Dance]
Au Comm "By author of Country Squire, Naval Engagements, Beulah Spa" (bill)

Performances first 18 May 1846, next 19 May 1846

Genre (farce) new drama of peculiar construction; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Mr. Stutters: Lambert; Alfred Quickly: Howe; Herbert Trevillian: Boyce (1st. time here); Mr. Rant: O. Smith; The Honorable Edmund Spiff: [Charles] Selby; Lord Toodle: [George R.] Braid; Lanny McLochland: Redmond Ryan (from TR Dublin and Cork, 1st app London); Tibby Snob: [James H.] Munyard; Bill Swills (benevolent billsticker): Paul J. Bedford; Mr. Chickwheedle (attorney-at-law): [Edward R.] Wright; Clear: [William] Cullenford; page: Miss Reynolds; link boy: Lindon; sailors, waiters, servants: [Unlisted]; Mrs. Colonel Seymour: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Alice: Mrs. Edwin Yarnold; Ellen Trevillian: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Lotty: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Mrs. Piggles: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Betty: Miss Brooks the masquerade Juno: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Meg Merrilies: Mrs. Edwin Yarnold; shepherdess: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Narcissus: [Edward R.] Wright; Trusty: O. Smith; Paul Pry: Lambert; magician: Howe; the Master of Ravenswood: Boyce; Old England: [Charles] Selby; Lord Chesterfield: [James H.] Munyard

Reference Cast

Mr. Stutters: Lambert
Alfred Quickly: Howe
Herbert Trevillian: Boyce
Mr. Rant: O. Smith
The Honorable Edmund Spiff:
   Charles Selby

Lord Toodle: George R. Braid
Lanny McLochland: Redmond Ryan
Tibby Snob: James H. Munyard
Bill Swills: Paul J. Bedford
Mr. Chickwheedle: Edward R.
   Wright

Clear: William Cullenford
page: Miss Reynolds
link boy: Lindon
sailors, waiters, servants:
   Unlisted

Mrs. Colonel Seymour: Miss Sarah
   J. Woolgar

Alice: Mrs. Edwin Yarnold
Ellen Trevillian: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin

Lotty: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Piggles: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Betty: Miss Brooks
Juno: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar
Meg Merrilies: Mrs. Edwin
   Yarnold

shepherdess: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Narcissus: Edward R. Wright
Trusty: O. Smith
Paul Pry: Lambert
magician: Howe
the Master of Ravenswood: Boyce
Old England: Charles Selby
Lord Chesterfield: James H.
   Munyard

I,i Dover Beach--York Hotel; I,ii Bedford Row, Mr. Chickweedle's house; I,iii Brompton--Mrs. Piggles's boarding house; I,iv Clifford Street, Trevillian's house; II,i Bedford Row, Chickweedle's second floor; II,ii Clifford Street; II,iii Brompton; II,iv Norton Street; II,v Clifford Street; II,vi Bedford Row; III,i Norton Street; III,ii Bedford Row; III,iii Norton Street; III,iv Bedford Row; III,v the Surrey Zoological Gardens

2) Who Did It? or, What's in the Wind? (7)

Performances first 11 May 1846, previous 16 May 1846, next 19 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (31)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 16 May 1846, next 19 May 1846


19 May 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
18 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (2)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 18 May 1846, next 20 May 1846

2) Who Did It? or, What's in the Wind? (8)

Performances first 11 May 1846, previous 18 May 1846, next 21 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (32)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 18 May 1846, next 20 May 1846


20 May 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
20 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Benefit: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (3)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 19 May 1846, next 21 May 1846

2) The British Legion (1)

AU: [Thomas H. Bayly]

Performances first 20 May 1846

Genre (burletta) favorite burletta

First Night Cast

Colonel Davenport: Boyce; Captain Ranger: Worrell; Ensign Harcourt: [Henry] Stoker; Timothy: [Edward R.] Wright; Maria: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; Louisa: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Barbara: Miss Emma Harding; Susan: Mrs. Frank Matthews

Reference Cast

Colonel Davenport: Boyce
Captain Ranger: Worrell
Ensign Harcourt: Henry Stoker
Timothy: Edward R. Wright
Maria: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar
Louisa: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Barbara: Miss Emma Harding
Susan: Mrs. Frank Matthews

"The Queen, God Bless Her", Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; song: [Henry] Stoker

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (33)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 19 May 1846, next 21 May 1846


21 May 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
18 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (4)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 20 May 1846, next 22 May 1846

2) Who Did It? or, What's in the Wind? (9)

Performances first 11 May 1846, previous 19 May 1846, next 22 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (34)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 20 May 1846, next 22 May 1846


22 May 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
18 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (5)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 21 May 1846, next 23 May 1846

2) Who Did It? or, What's in the Wind? (10)

Performances first 11 May 1846, previous 21 May 1846, next 23 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (35)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 21 May 1846, next 23 May 1846


23 May 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
18 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (6)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 22 May 1846, next 25 May 1846

2) Who Did It? or, What's in the Wind? (11)

Performances first 11 May 1846, previous 22 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (36)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 22 May 1846, next 25 May 1846


25 May 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
25 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (7)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 23 May 1846, next 26 May 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (43)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 9 May 1846, next 26 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (37)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 23 May 1846, next 26 May 1846


26 May 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
25 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (8)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 25 May 1846, next 27 May 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (44)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 25 May 1846, next 27 May 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (38)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 25 May 1846, next 27 May 1846


27 May 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
25 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (9)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 26 May 1846, next 28 May 1846

2) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (45)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 26 May 1846, next 22 Jun 1846

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (39)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 26 May 1846, next 28 May 1846


28 May 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
28 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (10)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 27 May 1846, next 29 May 1846

2) The Cabin Boy (25)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 4 Apr 1846, next 29 May 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (40)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 27 May 1846, next 29 May 1846


29 May 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
28 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (11)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 28 May 1846, next 30 May 1846

2) The Cabin Boy (26)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 28 May 1846, next 30 May 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (41)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 28 May 1846, next 30 May 1846


30 May 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
28 May 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (12)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 29 May 1846, next 1 Jun 1846

2) The Cabin Boy (27)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 29 May 1846, next 1 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (42)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 29 May 1846, next 1 Jun 1846


1 Jun 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
1 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (13)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 30 May 1846, next 2 Jun 1846

2) The Cabin Boy (28)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 30 May 1846, next 2 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (43)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 30 May 1846, next 2 Jun 1846


2 Jun 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
1 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (14)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 1 Jun 1846, next 3 Jun 1846

2) The Cabin Boy (29)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 1 Jun 1846, next 3 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (44)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 1 Jun 1846, next 3 Jun 1846


3 Jun 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
1 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (15)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 2 Jun 1846, next 4 Jun 1846

2) The Cabin Boy (30)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 2 Jun 1846, next 4 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (45)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 2 Jun 1846, next 4 Jun 1846


4 Jun 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
1 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (16)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 3 Jun 1846, next 5 Jun 1846

2) The Cabin Boy (31)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 3 Jun 1846, next 5 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (46)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 3 Jun 1846, next 5 Jun 1846


5 Jun 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
1 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (17)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 4 Jun 1846, next 6 Jun 1846

2) The Cabin Boy (32)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 4 Jun 1846, next 6 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (47)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 4 Jun 1846, next 6 Jun 1846


6 Jun 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
1 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (18)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 5 Jun 1846, next 8 Jun 1846

2) The Cabin Boy (33)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 5 Jun 1846, next 15 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger

3) Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians (48)

Performances first 13 Apr 1846, previous 5 Jun 1846


8 Jun 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
8 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (19)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 6 Jun 1846, next 9 Jun 1846

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Founded on the ballet of Caterina
AU: Joseph S. Coyne

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, next 9 Jun 1846

Genre (spectacle) entirely new romantic, musical, and choreographic drama; 6 tableaux

First Night Cast

Salvator Rosa (the painter): Boyce; Captain Robusto (a model of a hero): Paul J. Bedford; Corney Brady (a model of an Irish boy): Redmond Ryan; Spalatro (lieutenant of banditti): O. Smith; Tomaso (a bandit): [Henry] Stoker; Gulfardo (an innkeeper): [William] Cullenford; lieutenant of the guard: Freeborn; sergeant: [John] Sanders; Jacopo: Thomas; gaoler: Waye banditti Giacomo: Sylvester; Jose: Lindon; Pietro: Aldridge; Paolo: Conran; Antonio: Alderson; Conrado: Butler; Guglielmo: C[hristopher] J. Smith; Filippo: Glennaire; Olimpia Cigniano (Queen of the Abruzzi): Mme. [Céline] Céleste Gianni (a model of a wife): Miss Ellen Chaplin Amazons of the Abruzzi Pietra: Mrs. Worrell; Ramona: Miss Fleming; Nina: Miss Bell; Beppa: Miss Ellen; Bella: Miss Louise; Paulina: Miss Johnson; Vindetta: Miss Jones; Gianina: Miss Aldridge; Cora: Mrs. Emsley; Picina: Mrs. Vernon; Stella: Miss Harrison; Yelva: Miss Reynolds; Rosa: Miss Simpson; Giorna: Miss Taylor; Bianca: Mrs. Glennaire peasants, masquers, soldiers, attendants: [Unlisted]

Reference Cast

Salvator Rosa: Boyce
Captain Robusto: Paul J.
   Bedford

Corney Brady: Redmond Ryan
Spalatro: O. Smith
Tomaso: Henry Stoker
Gulfardo: William Cullenford
lieutenant of the guard:
   Freeborn

sergeant: John Sanders
Jacopo: Thomas
gaoler: Waye
Giacomo: Sylvester
Jose: Lindon
Pietro: Aldridge
Paolo: Conran
Antonio: Alderson
Conrado: Butler
Guglielmo: Christopher J. Smith
Filippo: Glennaire
Olimpia Cigniano: Mme. Céline
   Céleste

Gianni: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Pietra: Mrs. Worrell
Ramona: Miss Fleming
Nina: Miss Bell
Beppa: Miss Ellen
Bella: Miss Louise
Paulina: Miss Johnson
Vindetta: Miss Jones
Gianina: Miss Aldridge
Cora: Mrs. Emsley
Picina: Mrs. Vernon
Stella: Miss Harrison
Yelva: Miss Reynolds
Rosa: Miss Simpson
Giorna: Miss Taylor
Bianca: Mrs. Glennaire
peasants, masquers, soldiers,
   attendants: Unlisted

"Bacchus and Love", Paul J. Bedford

(d1) pas de fusils; (d1) pas de sabres; (d2) tarantella; (d4) grand galop; (d4) bolero; (d4) Chinese pas grotesque

(d6) execution by torchlight; procession of black penitents

1. a wild pass in the Abruzzi Mountains; 2. interior of an inn near Naples; 3. [1638] a street in Naples 4. Salvator Rosa's studio and illuminated gardens; 5. a prison in the Citadel; 6. glen in the Abruzzi and Convent of San Antonio; 7. the grave of a father

3) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (1)

AU: [John M. Morton]
Au Comm BILL: "by author of Double Bedded Room"

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, next 9 Jun 1846

Genre (farce) new and successful farce

First Night Cast

Squire Partridge: Lambert; Sir Felix Marmalade: [George R.] Braid; Major Griskin: [Charles] Selby; Captain Torpid: Worrell; Captain Downey: Freeborn; Ringwood: [Henry] Stoker; Corporal Cobb: [James H.] Munyard; James: [William] Cullenford; sergeant: [John] Sanders; Lady Arethusa Griskin: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Nancy Cobb: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; peasants, tenantry, soldiers: [Unlisted]

Reference Cast

Squire Partridge: Lambert
Sir Felix Marmalade: George R.
   Braid

Major Griskin: Charles Selby
Captain Torpid: Worrell
Captain Downey: Freeborn
Ringwood: Henry Stoker
Corporal Cobb: James H. Munyard
James: William Cullenford
sergeant: John Sanders
Lady Arethusa Griskin: Mrs.
   Frank Matthews

Nancy Cobb: Miss Sarah J.
   Woolgar

peasants, tenantry, soldiers:
   Unlisted


9 Jun 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
8 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (20)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 8 Jun 1846, next 10 Jun 1846

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (2)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 8 Jun 1846, next 10 Jun 1846

3) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (2)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 8 Jun 1846, next 10 Jun 1846


10 Jun 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
8 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (21)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 9 Jun 1846, next 11 Jun 1846

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (3)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 9 Jun 1846, next 11 Jun 1846

3) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (3)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 9 Jun 1846, next 11 Jun 1846


11 Jun 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
8 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (22)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 10 Jun 1846, next 12 Jun 1846

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (4)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 10 Jun 1846, next 12 Jun 1846

3) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (4)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 10 Jun 1846, next 12 Jun 1846


12 Jun 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
8 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (23)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 11 Jun 1846, next 13 Jun 1846

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (5)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 11 Jun 1846, next 13 Jun 1846

3) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (5)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 11 Jun 1846, next 13 Jun 1846


13 Jun 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
8 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (24)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 12 Jun 1846, next 15 Jun 1846

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (6)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 12 Jun 1846, next 15 Jun 1846

3) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (6)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 12 Jun 1846, next 29 Jun 1846


15 Jun 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
15 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (25)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 13 Jun 1846, next 17 Jun 1846

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (7)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 13 Jun 1846, next 16 Jun 1846

3) The Cabin Boy (34)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 6 Jun 1846, next 16 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger


16 Jun 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
15 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (1)

Title Comment By general request for three nights only
AU: John Poole

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, next 18 Jun 1846

Genre (comedy) comedy; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Frank Hardy: [George R.] Braid; Witherton: [Charles] Selby; Colonel Hardy: Lambert; Somers: Worrell; Mr. Stanley: Thomas; Harry Stanley: Boyce; Paul Pry: [Edward R.] Wright; Doubledot: [William] Cullenford; Simon: [James H.] Munyard; servant: Sylvester; Grasp: O. Smith; Eliza: Miss M[arian] A. Taylor; Marian A.: Miss E[mma] Harding; Mrs. Subtle: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Phoebe: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Reference Cast

Frank Hardy: George R. Braid
Witherton: Charles Selby
Colonel Hardy: Lambert
Somers: Worrell
Mr. Stanley: Thomas
Harry Stanley: Boyce
Paul Pry: Edward R. Wright
Doubledot: William Cullenford
Simon: James H. Munyard
servant: Lindon
Grasp: O. Smith
Eliza: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Marian A.: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Subtle: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Phoebe: Miss Ellen Chaplin

"The Lover's Mistake", Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; "Cherry Ripe", Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (8)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 15 Jun 1846, next 17 Jun 1846

3) The Cabin Boy (35)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 15 Jun 1846, next 17 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger


17 Jun 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
15 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (26)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 15 Jun 1846, next 19 Jun 1846

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (9)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 16 Jun 1846, next 18 Jun 1846

3) The Cabin Boy (36)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 16 Jun 1846, next 18 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger


18 Jun 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
15 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (2)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 16 Jun 1846, next 20 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT servant: Sylvester
Phoebe: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (10)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 17 Jun 1846, next 19 Jun 1846

3) The Cabin Boy (37)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 17 Jun 1846, next 19 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger


19 Jun 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
15 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Memoirs of an Umbrella; or, The Silent Observer (27)

Performances first 18 May 1846, previous 17 Jun 1846

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (11)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 18 Jun 1846, next 20 Jun 1846

3) The Cabin Boy (38)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 18 Jun 1846, next 20 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger


20 Jun 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
15 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (3)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 18 Jun 1846, next 22 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT servant: Sylvester
Phoebe: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (12)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 19 Jun 1846, next 22 Jun 1846

3) The Cabin Boy (39)

Performances first 9 Mar 1846, previous 19 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (9 Mar 1846)

OMITS slaves, attendants: Miss
  Berenger


22 Jun 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
22 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (4)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 20 Jun 1846, next 23 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT servant: Sylvester
Phoebe: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (13)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 20 Jun 1846, next 23 Jun 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (46)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 27 May 1846, next 23 Jun 1846


23 Jun 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
22 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (5)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 22 Jun 1846, next 10 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT servant: Sylvester
Phoebe: Miss Sarah J. Woolgar

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (14)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 22 Jun 1846, next 25 Jun 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (47)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 22 Jun 1846, next 25 Jun 1846


24 Jun 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
24 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Benefit: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (65)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 4 Apr 1846, next 25 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Mrs. Edwin
  Yarnold

2) Suzanne; or, The Force of Love (1)

Title Comment "1st and only time here" (bill)
AU: [William J. Lucas]

Performances first 24 Jun 1846

Genre (comedietta) popular petite drama

First Night Cast

Colonel Maddison: Charles Perkins; Brinsly Bounceby: [Benjamin N.] Webster (for this night only); Simon Swallow: [Edward R.] Wright; Suzanne (an orphan): Mme. [Céline] Céleste; Mrs. Lignum: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Sally Swallow: Miss Ellen Chaplin

Reference Cast

Colonel Maddison: Charles
   Perkins

Brinsly Bounceby: Benjamin N.
   Webster

Simon Swallow: Edward R. Wright
Suzanne: Mme. Céline Céleste
Mrs. Lignum: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Sally Swallow: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (94)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 31 Mar 1846, next 29 Jun 1846


25 Jun 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
25 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (66)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 24 Jun 1846, next 26 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Mrs. Edwin
  Yarnold

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (15)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 23 Jun 1846, next 26 Jun 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (48)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 23 Jun 1846, next 26 Jun 1846


26 Jun 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
25 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (67)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 25 Jun 1846, next 27 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Mrs. Edwin
  Yarnold

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (16)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 25 Jun 1846, next 27 Jun 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (49)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 25 Jun 1846, next 27 Jun 1846


27 Jun 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
25 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (68)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 26 Jun 1846, next 29 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Mrs. Edwin
  Yarnold

2) The Queen of the Abruzzi (17)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 26 Jun 1846, next 13 Jul 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (50)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 26 Jun 1846, next 10 Aug 1846


29 Jun 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
29 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (69)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 27 Jun 1846, next 30 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (95)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 24 Jun 1846, next 30 Jun 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Oct 1845)

BUT Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise

3) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (7)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 13 Jun 1846, next 30 Jun 1846


30 Jun 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
29 Jun 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (70)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 29 Jun 1846, next 8 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (96)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 29 Jun 1846, next 1 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Oct 1845)

BUT Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise

3) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (8)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 29 Jun 1846, next 1 Jul 1846


1 Jul 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
1 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; licensed as Demon of Marseilles
AU: [Richard B. Peake]
Au Comm By the author of The Evil Eye and The Bottle Imp

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, next 2 Jul 1846

Genre (melodrama) original melodramatic romance

First Night Cast

Brissac (a rich merchant of Marseilles): [William] Cullenford; Timotheus Tremblonque (his aged clerk): Lambert; De Launay (a young surgeon): Boyce; Pierre Cranon (a criminal condemned for life to the Bagne): O. Smith; Jean de L'Oye (valet to Brissac): [Edward R.] Wright; Aveira (a Portugese and Brazilian merchant): Charles Perkins; The Chevalier Fleury: Christopher; Baptiste (infirmary assistant): Waye; Scipio Africanus (a Negro slave): [James H.] Munyard; Maquas (a Brazilian Indian): C[hristopher] J. Smith; Captain Beausobre (Harbour Master, Rio de Janeiro): Paul J. Bedford; Pierrara: [John] Sanders; officer: Sylvester; Devil of Marseilles: [William] Mitchenson; guests, sailors, servants, guards, Creoles, slaves: [Unlisted]; Clementine (Brazilian heiress, ward to Brissac): Mme. [Céline] Céleste; Jacqueline (her attendant): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar; ladies, dancers, Creoles, Brazilians: [Unlisted]

Reference Cast

Brissac: William Cullenford
Timotheus Tremblonque: Lambert
De Launay: Boyce
Pierre Cranon: O. Smith
Jean de L'Oye: Edward R. Wright
Aveira: Charles Perkins
The Chevalier Fleury:
   Christopher

Baptiste: Waye
Scipio Africanus: James H.
   Munyard

Maquas: Christopher J. Smith
Captain Beausobre: Paul J.
   Bedford

Devil of Marseilles: William
   Mitchenson

guests, sailors, servants,
   guards, Creoles, slaves:
   Unlisted

Clementine: Mme. Céline Céleste
Jacqueline: Miss Ellen Chaplin
ladies, dancers, Creoles,
   Brazilians: Unlisted

(dI) pas de deux; (dI) pas generales

I [Marseilles] I,i elegant saloon and ball room in the mansion of Mons. Brissac; I,ii entrance hall, Brissac's house; I,iii desolate apartment of the surgeon of the bagne or convict hospital at Marseilles; I,iv the rock of Pomegue, harbour and bay of Marseilles; II [Rio de Janeiro] II,i port and neighbouring gardens; II,ii the quinta, or country house of Brissac; II,iii an apartment in the quinta with the family clothes press; III,i the ravine; III,ii the quinta; III,iii Clementine's apartment; III,iv garden of the quinta; III,v grotto in the garden of Brissac; III,vi the ravine in Brazilian forest

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (97)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 30 Jun 1846, next 2 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Oct 1845)

BUT Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise

3) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (9)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 30 Jun 1846, next 2 Jul 1846


2 Jul 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
1 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (2)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 1 Jul 1846, next 3 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (1 Jul 1846)

BUT Jacqueline: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

ADDS Pierrara: John Sanders
officer: Sylvester

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (98)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 1 Jul 1846, next 3 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Oct 1845)

BUT Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise

3) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (10)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 1 Jul 1846, next 3 Jul 1846


3 Jul 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
1 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (3)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 2 Jul 1846, next 4 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (1 Jul 1846)

BUT Jacqueline: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

ADDS Pierrara: John Sanders
officer: Sylvester

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (99)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 2 Jul 1846, next 4 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Oct 1845)

BUT Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise

3) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (11)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 2 Jul 1846, next 4 Jul 1846


4 Jul 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
1 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (4)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 3 Jul 1846, next 6 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (1 Jul 1846)

BUT Jacqueline: Miss Sarah J.
  Woolgar

ADDS Pierrara: John Sanders
officer: Sylvester

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (100)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 3 Jul 1846, next 6 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Oct 1845)

BUT Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise

3) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (12)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 3 Jul 1846, next 27 Jul 1846


6 Jul 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
6 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (5)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 4 Jul 1846, next 7 Jul 1846

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Adapted from L'Image
AU: [John B.] Buckstone

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, next 7 Jul 1846

Genre (farce) new comic drama

First Night Cast

Lord Philander: [Charles] Selby; Algernon: Boyce; Diccon (shepherd): [Edward R.] Wright; Milly (milkmaid): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam

Reference Cast

Lord Philander: Charles Selby
Algernon: Boyce
Diccon: Edward R. Wright
Milly: Mrs. Edward Fitzwilliam

ballad: "The Maid with a Milking Pail" [Edward F. Fitzwilliam], Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (101)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 4 Jul 1846, next 7 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Oct 1845)

BUT Countess Crackovieninski:
  Miss Emma Harding

Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise

7 Jul 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
6 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (6)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 6 Jul 1846, next 9 Jul 1846

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (2)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 6 Jul 1846, next 9 Jul 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (102)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 6 Jul 1846, next 9 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Oct 1845)

BUT Countess Crackovieninski:
  Miss Emma Harding

Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise

8 Jul 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
8 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Benefit: Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam

1) Single Life (1)

AU: [John B.] Buckstone

Performances first 8 Jul 1846

Genre (comedy) popular Haymarket comedy; 3 acts

First Night Cast

Mr. John Niggle (fluctuating bachelor): [William] Cullenford; Mr. David Damper (woman-hating bachelor): Lambert; Mr. Peter Pinkey (a bashful bachelor): [John B.] Buckstone (his original character); Mr. Narcissus Boss (a self-loving bachelor): [Charles] Selby; Mr. Charles Chester (a mysterious bachelor): Boyce; Miss Caroline Coy (a vilified spinster): Miss Brooks; Miss Maria Macaw (a man-hating spinster): Mrs. [Samuel] Glover (her original character); Miss Kitty Skylark (a singing spinster): Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam; Miss Sarah Snare (an insinuating spinster): Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Miss Jessy Meadows (a romantic spinster): Miss Emma Harding

Cast Comment Mrs. Glover (her only appearance, perm. Webster); Buckstone (his only appearance, perm. Webster)

Reference Cast

Mr. John Niggle: William
   Cullenford

Mr. David Damper: Lambert
Mr. Peter Pinkey: John B.
   Buckstone

Mr. Narcissus Boss: Charles
   Selby

Mr. Charles Chester: Boyce
Miss Caroline Coy: Miss Brooks
Miss Maria Macaw: Mrs. Samuel
   Glover

Miss Kitty Skylark: Mrs. Edward
   Fitzwilliam

Miss Sarah Snare: Mrs. Edmund
   Laws

Miss Jessy Meadows: Miss Emma
   Harding

2) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (71)

Title Comment "Positively the first and only night at half price" (bill)
Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 30 Jun 1846, next 3 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin


9 Jul 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
9 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (7)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 7 Jul 1846, next 10 Jul 1846

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (3)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 7 Jul 1846, next 10 Jul 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (103)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 7 Jul 1846, next 10 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Oct 1845)

BUT Countess Crackovieninski:
  Miss Emma Harding

Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise

10 Jul 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
9 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (8)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 9 Jul 1846, next 11 Jul 1846

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (4)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 9 Jul 1846, next 11 Jul 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (104)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 9 Jul 1846, next 11 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Oct 1845)

BUT Countess Crackovieninski:
  Miss Emma Harding

Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise

11 Jul 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
9 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (9)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 10 Jul 1846, next 13 Jul 1846

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (5)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 10 Jul 1846, next 13 Jul 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (105)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 10 Jul 1846, next 14 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Oct 1845)

BUT Countess Crackovieninski:
  Miss Emma Harding

Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise

13 Jul 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
13 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (10)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 11 Jul 1846, next 14 Jul 1846

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (6)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 11 Jul 1846, next 15 Jul 1846

3) The Queen of the Abruzzi (18)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 27 Jun 1846, next 15 Jul 1846


14 Jul 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
14 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Special Performance Benefit: G. Glennaire

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (11)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 13 Jul 1846, next 15 Jul 1846

2) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (106)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 11 Jul 1846, next 16 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Oct 1845)

BUT Countess Crackovieninski:
  Miss Emma Harding

Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise

3) La Statue Blanche (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever(?)
CHOR: Herr Deulin

Performances first 14 Jul 1846

Genre (ballet) comic ballet of action

First Night Cast

Vertigen Spalch (substantial farmer, very fond of his daughter, and particularly fond of antiquities): Herr R. Deulin; Adolph (superintendant of farmers): Herr Deulin; Laudskeimmer Coponople (old fool and wretched miser with an idea that he is in love): [William] Mitchenson; Taufs Herman (on the farm, always in mischief, never at work): G. Glennaire; Audres Sheman (young artist, friend to Adolph): Lindon; Marie Spalch (daughter of Vertigen, in love with Adolph): Mlle. Theodore

Reference Cast

Vertigen Spalch: Herr R. Deulin
Adolph: Herr Deulin
Laudskeimmer Coponople: William
   Mitchenson

Taufs Herman: G. Glennaire
Audres Sheman: Lindon
Marie Spalch: Mlle. Theodore

rustic character dance: Mlle. Theodore, Herr Deulin; -corps de ballet; pas de bouquet charactere: Mlle. Theodore, Herr Deulin; grand pas deux: Mlle. Theodore, Herr Deulin; finale waltz and galop: -the cast and corps de ballet


15 Jul 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
13 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (12)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 14 Jul 1846, next 16 Jul 1846

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (7)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 13 Jul 1846, next 16 Jul 1846

3) The Queen of the Abruzzi (19)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 13 Jul 1846, next 17 Jul 1846


16 Jul 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
13 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (13)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 15 Jul 1846, next 17 Jul 1846

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (8)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 15 Jul 1846, next 17 Jul 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (107)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 14 Jul 1846, next 18 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Oct 1845)

BUT Countess Crackovieninski:
  Miss Emma Harding

Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise

17 Jul 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
13 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (14)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 16 Jul 1846, next 18 Jul 1846

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (9)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 16 Jul 1846, next 18 Jul 1846

3) The Queen of the Abruzzi (20)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 15 Jul 1846, next 20 Jul 1846


18 Jul 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
13 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (15)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 17 Jul 1846, next 21 Jul 1846

2) The Maid with the Milking Pail (10)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 17 Jul 1846, next 20 Jul 1846

3) Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia (108)

Performances first 20 Oct 1845, previous 16 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Oct 1845)

BUT Countess Crackovieninski:
  Miss Emma Harding

Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise

20 Jul 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
20 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (7)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 7 Mar 1846, next 21 Jul 1846

2) Abraham Parker (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever; Listed in Catalogue of Additions as Abraham Parker; or, The King of Egypt.
AU: [Henry R. Addison]

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, next 21 Jul 1846

Genre (sketch) new and original comic sketch

First Night Cast

Abraham Parker: [Edward R.] Wright; Teddy O'Flannighan: Redmond Ryan; Mr. Ellwide: Lambert; Mr. Ferule: [William] Cullenford; policeman: [John] Sanders; Mr. James Brown: Worrell; Mr. Harry Robinson: [George R.] Braid; officer: Freeborn; Rose: Mrs. F[rank] Matthews; Mrs. Ellwide: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; aldermen: Glennaire, Thomas, Williamson, Aldridge, Alderson, Horton; servants: Miss Jones, Mrs. Vernon, Miss Johnson, Miss Harrison, Miss Simpson; populace: Lindon, Sylvester, Butler, Conran, Miss Reynolds, Mrs. Emsley, Miss Aldridge, Miss Louise, Miss Bell, Miss Taylor

Reference Cast

Abraham Parker: Edward R.
   Wright

Teddy O'Flannighan: Redmond
   Ryan

Mr. Ellwide: Lambert
Mr. Ferule: William Cullenford
policeman: John Sanders
Mr. James Brown: Worrell
Mr. Harry Robinson: George R.
   Braid

officer: Freeborn
Rose: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Mrs. Ellwide: Mrs. Edmund Laws
aldermen:
   Glennaire
   Thomas
   Williamson
   Aldridge
   Alderson
   Horton
servants:
   Miss Jones
   Mrs. Vernon
   Miss Johnson
   Miss Harrison
   Miss Simpson
populace:
   Lindon
   Butler
   Conran
   Mrs. Emsley
   Miss Aldridge
   Miss Louise
   Miss Taylor
   Miss Reynolds
   Sylvester

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (11)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 18 Jul 1846, next 21 Jul 1846

4) The Queen of the Abruzzi (21)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 17 Jul 1846, next 22 Jul 1846


21 Jul 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
20 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (8)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 20 Jul 1846, next 22 Jul 1846

2) Abraham Parker (2)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 20 Jul 1846, next 22 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (12)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 20 Jul 1846, next 22 Jul 1846

4) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (16)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 18 Jul 1846, next 23 Jul 1846


22 Jul 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
20 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (9)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 21 Jul 1846, next 23 Jul 1846

2) Abraham Parker (3)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 21 Jul 1846, next 23 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (13)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 21 Jul 1846, next 23 Jul 1846

4) The Queen of the Abruzzi (22)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 20 Jul 1846, next 24 Jul 1846


23 Jul 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
20 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (10)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 22 Jul 1846, next 24 Jul 1846

2) Abraham Parker (4)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 22 Jul 1846, next 24 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (14)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 22 Jul 1846, next 24 Jul 1846

4) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (17)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 21 Jul 1846, next 25 Jul 1846


24 Jul 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
20 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (11)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 23 Jul 1846, next 25 Jul 1846

2) Abraham Parker (5)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 23 Jul 1846, next 25 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (15)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 23 Jul 1846, next 25 Jul 1846

4) The Queen of the Abruzzi (23)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 22 Jul 1846, next 31 Jul 1846


25 Jul 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
20 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (12)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 24 Jul 1846, next 27 Jul 1846

2) Abraham Parker (6)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 24 Jul 1846, next 27 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (16)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 24 Jul 1846, next 27 Jul 1846

4) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (18)

Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 23 Jul 1846, next 30 Jul 1846


27 Jul 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
27 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (13)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 25 Jul 1846, next 28 Jul 1846

(dI) polka des salons

2) Abraham Parker (7)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 25 Jul 1846, next 28 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (17)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 25 Jul 1846, next 28 Jul 1846

4) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (13)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 4 Jul 1846, next 28 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (8 Jun 1846)

BUT Nancy Cobb: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin


28 Jul 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
27 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (14)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 27 Jul 1846, next 29 Jul 1846

2) Abraham Parker (8)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 27 Jul 1846, next 29 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (18)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 27 Jul 1846, next 29 Jul 1846

4) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (14)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 27 Jul 1846, next 29 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (8 Jun 1846)

BUT Nancy Cobb: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin


29 Jul 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
27 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (15)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 28 Jul 1846, next 31 Jul 1846

2) Abraham Parker (9)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 28 Jul 1846, next 30 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (19)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 28 Jul 1846, next 30 Jul 1846

4) The Corporal's Wedding; or, A Kiss of the Bride (15)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 28 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (8 Jun 1846)

BUT Nancy Cobb: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin


30 Jul 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
30 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Devil of Marseilles; or, The Spirit of Avarice (19)

Title Comment By desire
Performances first 1 Jul 1846, previous 25 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (1 Jul 1846)

BUT Clementine: Mrs. Edwin
  Yarnold

2) Abraham Parker (10)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 29 Jul 1846, next 31 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (20)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 29 Jul 1846, next 31 Jul 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (1)

Title Comment adapted fr. Scribe L'Oncle d'Amerique, [1826]
AU: [John Poole]

Performances first 30 Jul 1846, next 10 Aug 1846

Genre (farce) farce

First Night Cast

Mr. Frampton: Worrell; Sam Hobbs: Lambert; Dick Dumpy: [James H.] Munyard; Miss Emma Leslie: Miss Emma Harding; Nanny Scraggs: Mrs. Frank Matthews

Reference Cast

Mr. Frampton: Worrell
Sam Hobbs: Lambert
Dick Dumpy: James H. Munyard
Miss Emma Leslie: Miss Emma
   Harding
Nanny Scraggs: Mrs. Frank
   Matthews


31 Jul 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
30 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (16)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 29 Jul 1846, next 1 Aug 1846

2) Abraham Parker (11)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 30 Jul 1846, next 1 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (21)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 30 Jul 1846, next 1 Aug 1846

4) The Queen of the Abruzzi (24)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 24 Jul 1846, next 1 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (8 Jun 1846)

BUT Captain Robusto: Charles
  Selby


1 Aug 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
30 Jul 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (17)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 31 Jul 1846, next 3 Sep 1846

2) Abraham Parker (12)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 31 Jul 1846, next 3 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (22)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 31 Jul 1846, next 3 Aug 1846

4) The Queen of the Abruzzi (25)

Performances first 8 Jun 1846, previous 31 Jul 1846

Cast as reference cast (8 Jun 1846)

BUT Captain Robusto: Charles
  Selby


3 Aug 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
3 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (72)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 8 Jul 1846, next 4 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

Tom Williams: Williamson

2) Abraham Parker (13)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 1 Aug 1846, next 4 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (23)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 1 Aug 1846, next 4 Aug 1846


4 Aug 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
3 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (73)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 3 Aug 1846, next 5 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

Tom Williams: Williamson

2) Abraham Parker (14)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 3 Aug 1846, next 5 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (24)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 3 Aug 1846, next 5 Aug 1846


5 Aug 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
3 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (74)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 4 Aug 1846, next 6 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

Tom Williams: Williamson

2) Abraham Parker (15)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 4 Aug 1846, next 6 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (25)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 4 Aug 1846, next 6 Aug 1846


6 Aug 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
3 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (75)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 5 Aug 1846, next 7 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

Tom Williams: Williamson

2) Abraham Parker (16)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 5 Aug 1846, next 7 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (26)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 5 Aug 1846, next 7 Aug 1846


7 Aug 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
3 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (76)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 6 Aug 1846, next 8 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

Tom Williams: Williamson

2) Abraham Parker (17)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 6 Aug 1846, next 8 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (27)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 6 Aug 1846, next 8 Aug 1846


8 Aug 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
3 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Green Bushes; or, A Hundred Years Ago (77)

Performances first 13 Oct 1845, previous 7 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Oct 1845)

BUT Geraldine: Miss Ellen
  Chaplin

Tom Williams: Williamson

2) Abraham Parker (18)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 7 Aug 1846, next 10 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

ADDS populace: Miss Bell

3) The Maid with the Milking Pail (28)

Performances first 6 Jul 1846, previous 7 Aug 1846


10 Aug 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
10 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (6)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 23 Jun 1846, next 11 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT servant: Sylvester

2) Abraham Parker (19)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 8 Aug 1846, next 11 Aug 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (51)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 27 Jun 1846, next 11 Aug 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (2)

Performances first 30 Jul 1846, previous 30 Jul 1846, next 11 Aug 1846


11 Aug 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
10 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (7)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 10 Aug 1846, next 12 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT servant: Sylvester

2) Abraham Parker (20)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 10 Aug 1846, next 12 Aug 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (52)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 10 Aug 1846, next 12 Aug 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (3)

Performances first 30 Jul 1846, previous 10 Aug 1846, next 12 Aug 1846


12 Aug 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
10 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (8)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 11 Aug 1846, next 20 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT servant: Sylvester

2) Abraham Parker (21)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 11 Aug 1846, next 13 Aug 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (53)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 11 Aug 1846, next 13 Aug 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (4)

Performances first 30 Jul 1846, previous 11 Aug 1846, next 13 Aug 1846


13 Aug 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
13 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Marie Ducange (1)

AU: William B. Bernard

Performances first 13 Aug 1846, next 14 Aug 1846

Genre (drama) popular and powerfully interesting original drama

First Night Cast

Edward Lascelles, Esq.: Howe; John Rawdon, Esq.: O. Smith; Henry Duparc: [George R.] Braid; Charles Claude Prong (erratic M.C.): [Edward R.] Wright; Michel Bitaube: [Charles] Selby; Mr. Bulkly: Lambert; Markland: Worrell; Major Audley: [William] Cullenford; John: Lindon; Marie Ducange: Mme. [Céline] Céleste; Mrs. Pipes: Mrs. Frank Matthews; Susan: Miss Ellen Chaplin; peasants, passengers: [Unlisted]

Reference Cast

Edward Lascelles, Esq.: Howe
John Rawdon, Esq.: O. Smith
Henry Duparc: George R. Braid
Charles Claude Prong: Edward R.
   Wright

Michel Bitaube: Charles Selby
Mr. Bulkly: Lambert
Markland: Worrell
Major Audley: William
   Cullenford

John: Lindon
Marie Ducange: Mme. Céline
   Céleste

Mrs. Pipes: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Susan: Miss Ellen Chaplin
peasants, passengers: Unlisted

the duel

I, i quay of St. Helier, Isle of Jersey; I,ii Fort Regent; I,iii Castle Elizabeth, in St. Aubin's Bay in the distance; I,iv Mount Orgeuil, in St. Aubin's Bay; I,v apartment in the marine villa of Captain Audley; II,i bathing rooms of village on banks of Southampton Water; II,ii grounds leading to Lascelles' villa; II, iii the ball room; III, i assembly rooms of C. C. Prong, Esq.; III,ii chalk pits by moonlight; III,iii chamber in Markland's house; III,iv ball room as before

bill contains plot summary

2) Abraham Parker (22)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 12 Aug 1846, next 14 Aug 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (54)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 12 Aug 1846, next 14 Aug 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (5)

Performances first 30 Jul 1846, previous 12 Aug 1846, next 14 Aug 1846


14 Aug 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
13 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Marie Ducange (2)

Performances first 13 Aug 1846, previous 13 Aug 1846, next 15 Aug 1846

2) Abraham Parker (23)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 13 Aug 1846, next 15 Aug 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (55)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 13 Aug 1846, next 15 Aug 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (6)

Performances first 30 Jul 1846, previous 13 Aug 1846, next 15 Aug 1846


15 Aug 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
13 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Marie Ducange (3)

Performances first 13 Aug 1846, previous 14 Aug 1846, next 17 Aug 1846

2) Abraham Parker (24)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 14 Aug 1846, next 17 Aug 1846

3) Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (56)

Performances first 16 Mar 1846, previous 14 Aug 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (7)

Performances first 30 Jul 1846, previous 14 Aug 1846, next 17 Aug 1846


17 Aug 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
17 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Marie Ducange (4)

Performances first 13 Aug 1846, previous 15 Aug 1846, next 18 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Aug 1846)

BUT Edward Lascelles, Esq.:
  Boyce

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (1)

Title Comment 1st time ever
AU: Charles Selby, COMP: Alfred Mellon, CHOR: Mrs. Worrell

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, next 18 Aug 1846

Genre (burlesque) grand mythological burlesque extravaganza

First Night Cast

Jupiter: [Charles] Selby; Mercury or Hermes: Miss Ellen Chaplin; Peleus: Miss Taylor; Cupid, Cupidon or Cupido (whichever you please): [John] Sanders; Paris: O. Smith; Apollo: Miss Harrison; Hymen or Hymeneus: Miss Simpson; Hercules: Glennaire; Mars: Mrs. Emsley; Bacchus: Lindon; Neptune: Waye; Aesculapius: Butler; Vulcan: Williamson; Momus: Aldridge; Pan: [William] Mitchenson; Plutus: Alderson; Prometheus: Conran; Osiris: Freeborn; Aeolus: Horton; Boreas: Thomas; Minerva: Redmond Ryan; Juno: Paul J. Bedford; Venus: [Edward R.] Wright; Aenone: Mrs. F[rank] Matthews; Psyche: Miss Marian A. Taylor; Hebe: Miss Fleming; the Graces: Miss Louise, Miss Woulds, Miss Johnson; Discordia: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws; Thetis: Miss Reynolds; Flora: Mrs. Glennaire; Ariadne: Miss Aldridge; Pomona: Mrs. Vernon; Fames: Miss Robins; Euterpe: Miss Green; Thalia: Mrs. Worrell; Terpsichore: Miss Turner; Ceres: Miss Jones

Reference Cast

Jupiter: Charles Selby
Mercury or Hermes: Miss Ellen
   Chaplin

Peleus: Miss Taylor
Cupid, Cupidon or Cupido: John
   Sanders

Paris: O. Smith
Apollo: Miss Harrison
Hymen or Hymeneus: Miss Simpson
Hercules: Glennaire
Mars: Mrs. Emsley
Bacchus: Lindon
Neptune: Waye
Aesculapius: Butler
Vulcan: Williamson
Momus: Aldridge
Pan: William Mitchenson
Plutus: Alderson
Prometheus: Conran
Osiris: Freeborn
Aeolus: Horton
Boreas: Thomas
Minerva: Redmond Ryan
Juno: Paul J. Bedford
Venus: Edward R. Wright
Aenone: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Psyche: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Hebe: Miss Fleming
the Graces:
   Miss Louise
   Miss Woulds
   Miss Johnson
Discordia: Mrs. Edmund Laws
Thetis: Miss Reynolds
Flora: Mrs. Glennaire
Ariadne: Miss Aldridge
Pomona: Mrs. Vernon
Fames: Miss Robins
Euterpe: Miss Green
Thalia: Mrs. Worrell
Terpsichore: Miss Turner
Ceres: Miss Jones

DIR: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

pas de pippins: [Edward R.] Wright, Paul J. Bedford, Redmond Ryan

Venus will rise from the sea and form a variety of novel classical poses plastiques; astounding mythological tableau

1. banquetting hall in Jupiter's palace; 2. Mount Ida

MACH: Cooper

Extensive plot summary on sources

3) Abraham Parker (25)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 15 Aug 1846, next 18 Aug 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (8)

Performances first 30 Jul 1846, previous 15 Aug 1846, next 18 Aug 1846


18 Aug 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
17 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Marie Ducange (5)

Performances first 13 Aug 1846, previous 17 Aug 1846, next 19 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Aug 1846)

BUT Edward Lascelles, Esq.:
  Boyce

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (2)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 17 Aug 1846, next 19 Aug 1846

3) Abraham Parker (26)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 17 Aug 1846, next 19 Aug 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (9)

Performances first 30 Jul 1846, previous 17 Aug 1846, next 19 Aug 1846


19 Aug 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
17 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Marie Ducange (6)

Performances first 13 Aug 1846, previous 18 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (13 Aug 1846)

BUT Edward Lascelles, Esq.:
  Boyce

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (3)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 18 Aug 1846, next 20 Aug 1846

3) Abraham Parker (27)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 18 Aug 1846, next 20 Aug 1846

4) A Nabob for an Hour (10)

Performances first 30 Jul 1846, previous 18 Aug 1846, next 20 Aug 1846


20 Aug 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
20 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (9)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 12 Aug 1846, next 21 Aug 1846

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (4)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 19 Aug 1846, next 21 Aug 1846

3) Abraham Parker (28)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 19 Aug 1846, next 21 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace: Sylvester

4) A Nabob for an Hour (11)

Performances first 30 Jul 1846, previous 19 Aug 1846, next 21 Aug 1846


21 Aug 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
20 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (10)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 20 Aug 1846, next 22 Aug 1846

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (5)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 20 Aug 1846, next 22 Aug 1846

3) Abraham Parker (29)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 20 Aug 1846, next 22 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace: Sylvester

4) A Nabob for an Hour (12)

Performances first 30 Jul 1846, previous 20 Aug 1846, next 22 Aug 1846


22 Aug 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
20 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (11)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 21 Aug 1846, next 24 Aug 1846

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (6)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 21 Aug 1846, next 24 Aug 1846

3) Abraham Parker (30)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 21 Aug 1846, next 24 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace: Sylvester

4) A Nabob for an Hour (13)

Performances first 30 Jul 1846, previous 21 Aug 1846


24 Aug 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
24 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (12)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 22 Aug 1846, next 25 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT Simon: Christopher J. Smith

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (7)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 22 Aug 1846, next 25 Aug 1846

3) Abraham Parker (31)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 22 Aug 1846, next 25 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace: Sylvester

25 Aug 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
24 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (13)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 24 Aug 1846, next 26 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT Simon: Christopher J. Smith

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (8)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 24 Aug 1846, next 26 Aug 1846

3) Abraham Parker (32)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 24 Aug 1846, next 26 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace: Sylvester

26 Aug 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
24 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (14)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 25 Aug 1846, next 27 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT Simon: Christopher J. Smith

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (9)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 25 Aug 1846, next 27 Aug 1846

3) Abraham Parker (33)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 25 Aug 1846, next 27 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace: Sylvester

27 Aug 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
27 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (15)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 26 Aug 1846, next 28 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT Simon: Christopher J. Smith

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (10)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 26 Aug 1846, next 28 Aug 1846

3) Abraham Parker (34)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 26 Aug 1846, next 28 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace: Sylvester

28 Aug 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
27 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (16)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 27 Aug 1846, next 29 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT Simon: Christopher J. Smith

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (11)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 27 Aug 1846, next 29 Aug 1846

3) Abraham Parker (35)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 27 Aug 1846, next 29 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace: Sylvester

29 Aug 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
27 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (17)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 28 Aug 1846, next 31 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT Simon: Christopher J. Smith

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (12)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 28 Aug 1846, next 31 Aug 1846

3) Abraham Parker (36)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 28 Aug 1846, next 31 Aug 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace: Sylvester

31 Aug 1846
Mon eve
Adelphi
31 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (18)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 29 Aug 1846, next 1 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT Simon: Christopher J. Smith

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (13)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 29 Aug 1846, next 1 Sep 1846

3) Abraham Parker (37)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 29 Aug 1846, next 1 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace: Sylvester


1 Sep 1846
Tue eve
Adelphi
31 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (19)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 31 Aug 1846, next 2 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT Simon: Christopher J. Smith

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (14)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 31 Aug 1846, next 2 Sep 1846

3) Abraham Parker (38)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 31 Aug 1846, next 2 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace: Sylvester

2 Sep 1846
Wed eve
Adelphi
31 Aug 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) Paul Pry (20)

Performances first 16 Jun 1846, previous 1 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (16 Jun 1846)

BUT Simon: Christopher J. Smith

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (15)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 1 Sep 1846, next 3 Sep 1846

3) Abraham Parker (39)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 1 Sep 1846, next 3 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace: Sylvester

3 Sep 1846
Thu eve
Adelphi
3 Sep 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (18)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 1 Aug 1846, next 4 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Mar 1846)

BUT La Fleur: Lindon
Chaumiere: Butler

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (16)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 2 Sep 1846, next 4 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Aug 1846)

BUT Thetis: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

3) Abraham Parker (40)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 2 Sep 1846, next 4 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace:
  Miss Reynolds
  Sylvester
ADDS populace: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

General Non-Title Information

Arbitrary end of season designated by editors


4 Sep 1846
Fri eve
Adelphi
3 Sep 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (19)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 3 Sep 1846, next 5 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Mar 1846)

BUT La Fleur: Lindon
Chaumiere: Butler

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (17)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 3 Sep 1846, next 5 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Aug 1846)

BUT Thetis: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

3) Abraham Parker (41)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 3 Sep 1846, next 5 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace:
  Miss Reynolds
  Sylvester
ADDS populace: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim


5 Sep 1846
Sat eve
Adelphi
3 Sep 1846
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1) The Mysterious Stranger (20)

Performances first 2 Mar 1846, previous 4 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (2 Mar 1846)

BUT La Fleur: Lindon
Chaumiere: Butler

2) The Judgment of Paris; or, The Pas de Pippins (18)

Performances first 17 Aug 1846, previous 4 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (17 Aug 1846)

BUT Thetis: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

3) Abraham Parker (42)

Performances first 20 Jul 1846, previous 4 Sep 1846

Cast as reference cast (20 Jul 1846)

OMITS populace:
  Miss Reynolds
  Sylvester
ADDS populace: Miss Adelaide?
  Gougenheim

Theatre Information

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Doors open 6:30, curtain 7:00, half price 9:00. pTicket prices: box 4/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

1 September 1845 - 5 September 1846 314 performances: 314 evening

Benefit (6): Paul J. Bedford (1 Apr 1846)
[Edward R.] Wright (29 Apr 1846)
Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar (20 May 1846)
Mme. [Céline] Céleste (24 Jun 1846)
Mrs. [Edward] Fitzwilliam (8 Jul 1846)
G. Glennaire (14 Jul 1846)
Dark (4): Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1845)
Christmas Day (25 Dec 1845)
Ash Wednesday (25 Feb 1846)
Good Friday (10 Apr 1846)
Juvenile (3): Young People's Night (12 Jan 1846, 13 Jan 1846, 14 Jan 1846)
Occasional (5): Adams' annual lectures on astronomy (6 Apr 1846, 7 Apr 1846, 8 Apr 1846, 9 Apr 1846, 11 Apr 1846)

Theatre Management And Functionaries

Authors/Pieces

á Beckett, Gilbert A. Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846)
Addison, Henry R. Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846)
Bayly, Thomas H. British Legion, The (20 May 1846)
Bernard, William B. Marie Ducange (13 Aug 1846)
Buckstone, John B. Green Bushes, The (13 Oct 1845)
Maid with the Milking Pail, The (6 Jul 1846)
Single Life (8 Jul 1846)
Coyne, Joseph S. Binks the Bagman (29 Sep 1845)
Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (16 Mar 1846)
Queen of the Abruzzi, The (8 Jun 1846)
Dance, Charles Memoirs of an Umbrella, The (18 May 1846)
Holl, Henry Leoline (2 Feb 1846)
Lemon, Mark Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846)
Lucas, William J. Suzanne (24 Jun 1846)
Morton, John M. Corporal's Wedding, The (8 Jun 1846)
"Mother and Child Are Doing Well, The" (6 Oct 1845)
Morton, Thomas, Jr. "Seeing Wright" (29 Sep 1845)
Oxberry, William H. Norma (9 Mar 1846)
Peake, Richard B. Devil of Marseilles, The (1 Jul 1846)
Poole, John Nabob for an Hour, A (30 Jul 1846)
Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846)
Selby, Charles Judgment of Paris, The (17 Aug 1846)
Lioness of the North, The (22 Dec 1845)
Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845)
Mysterious Stranger, The (2 Mar 1846)
Phantom Breakfast, The (15 Jan 1846)
Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845)
Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845)
Unfinished Gentleman, The (29 Apr 1846)
Stirling, Edward Cabin Boy, The (9 Mar 1846)
Clarisse (1 Sep 1845)
Cricket on the Hearth, The (31 Dec 1845)
Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846)
Unknown Exchange No Robbery (29 Apr 1846)
Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845)
Who Did It? (11 May 1846)
Webster, Benjamin N. Boy King, The (1 Sep 1845)

Musical Composers And Arrangers

Fitzwilliam, Edward F. Green Bushes, The (13 Oct 1845)
Mellon, Alfred Green Bushes, The (13 Oct 1845)
Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845)
Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846)
Judgment of Paris, The (17 Aug 1846)
Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846)
Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845)

Choreographers

Céleste, Mme. Céline Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845)
Deulin, Herr Statue Blanche, La (14 Jul 1846)
Worrell, Mrs. Clarisse (1 Sep 1845)
Judgment of Paris, The (17 Aug 1846)
Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845)

Actors

Alderson

aldermen (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); sailors (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Plutus (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); sailors, steamboat passengers, fishermen, commissaries (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); guests at the ball (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Antonio (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); foresters (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Aldridge

aldermen (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); planters (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Will Whistlepipes (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846); Momus (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); priest (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); sailors, steamboat passengers, fishermen, commissaries (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); guests at the ball (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); musicians (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Pietro (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); foresters (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Anly, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Bedford, Paul J.

Jack Robinson (6) in Binks the Bagman (29 Sep 1845 - 4 Oct 1845); Largarcette (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Galon (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Captain Beausobre (19) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 30 Jul 1846); Jack Gong (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); St. Amour (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Juno (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Bill Swills (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Lieutenant O'Scupper, R. N. (11) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (6 Oct 1845 - 31 Mar 1846); Norma (6) in Norma (9 Mar 1846 - 14 Mar 1846); Jack Adams (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Mr. Deeperly (68) in Phantom Breakfast (15 Jan 1846 - 16 May 1846); Captain Robusto (23) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 24 Jul 1846); Mr. Christopher Violet (80) in Seeing Wright (29 Sep 1845 - 14 Jan 1846); Kickerwhiski (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Boyce

Colonel Davenport (1) in British Legion (20 May 1846); De Launay (19) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 30 Jul 1846); Algernon (28) in Maid with the Milking Pail (6 Jul 1846 - 8 Aug 1846); Edward Lascelles, Esq. (3) in Marie Ducange (17 Aug 1846 - 19 Aug 1846); Herbert Trevillian (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); the Master of Ravenswood (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Count Henry de Beausoleil (14) in Mysterious Stranger (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Harry Stanley (20) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Salvator Rosa (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); Mr. Charles Chester (1) in Single Life (8 Jul 1846)

Braid, George R.

Mr. Harry Robinson (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Monsieur Henri (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Sir Felix Marmalade (15) in Corporal's Wedding (8 Jun 1846 - 29 Jul 1846); Sir Lennox Leinster (12) in Exchange No Robbery (4 May 1846 - 16 May 1846); Francois (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Alexander Narcisskoff (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); Henry Duparc (6) in Marie Ducange (13 Aug 1846 - 19 Aug 1846); Lord Toodle (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Frank Hardy (20) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Count Crackovieninski (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Charles Danvers (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (29 Apr 1846 - 9 May 1846)

Brindal

Captain Crevecoeur (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845)

Buckstone, John B.

Mr. Peter Pinkey (1) in Single Life (8 Jul 1846)

Busby, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Butler

populace (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Boots (6) in Binks the Bagman (29 Sep 1845 - 4 Oct 1845); Aesculapius (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); first gens d'arme (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Chaumiere (9) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); lords and commons, attendants on King Colombat (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); assistant coiffeurs (7) in Powder and Ball (9 Feb 1846 - 19 Feb 1846); musicians (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Conrado (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); Catch (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (29 Apr 1846 - 9 May 1846)

Cammeron

guests at the ball (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); foresters (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Carle

Cavois (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Carrey, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Cattle, Master

king's pages (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Christopher

The Chevalier Fleury (19) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 30 Jul 1846)

Conran

populace (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); planters (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Prometheus (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Paolo (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846)

Cost, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Crossley, Master

Captains of the Body Guard (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Crossley, Master J.

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Crossley, Master T.

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Cullenford, William

Mr. Ferule (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Dubois (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Martin (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); James (15) in Corporal's Wedding (8 Jun 1846 - 29 Jul 1846); Tackleton (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846); Brissac (19) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 30 Jul 1846); Swipes (13) in Exchange No Robbery (29 Apr 1846 - 16 May 1846); Dennis (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Neptune (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846); Monsieur Rozat (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Major Audley (6) in Marie Ducange (13 Aug 1846 - 19 Aug 1846); Clear (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Mr. Prettyman (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Duplumet (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Doubledot (20) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Gulfardo (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); Mr. John Niggle (1) in Single Life (8 Jul 1846); Strelenski (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Deulin, Herr

Adolph (1) in Statue Blanche (14 Jul 1846)

Deulin, Herr R.

Vertigen Spalch (1) in Statue Blanche (14 Jul 1846)

Doll, Master

Henry Albert (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845)

Doney, Master

king's pages (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Drummond

chirping crickets (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846)

Drummond, Master

Snowball (12) in Exchange No Robbery (4 May 1846 - 16 May 1846)

Foster

lords and commons, attendants on King Colombat (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846)

Freeborn

officer (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Canillac (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Mons. Joseph (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Captain Downey (15) in Corporal's Wedding (8 Jun 1846 - 29 Jul 1846); Francis (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Osiris (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Chevalier St. Croix (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Captain of the Guard (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); Mr. Calico Cashmere (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Captain Lavender (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); lieutenant of the guard (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); Polish noblemen (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Frost

planters (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); sailors, steamboat passengers, fishermen, commissaries (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Oroveso (6) in Norma (9 Mar 1846 - 14 Mar 1846); guests at the ball (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); foresters (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Gallot

Marshal Villeroy (6) in Boy King (15 Sep 1845 - 20 Sep 1845)

Gallot, Master

usher (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Glennaire

aldermen (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); judge (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); servant to Madame St. Aubert (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Stickatnaught (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846); Adolphe (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Hercules (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Monsieur Renard (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); sailors, steamboat passengers, fishermen, commissaries (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Francois (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); guests at the ball (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Filippo (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); servants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Polish noblemen (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Glennaire, G.

Taufs Herman (1) in Statue Blanche (14 Jul 1846)

Gordon

Chaumiere (11) in Mysterious Stranger (20 Jul 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); assistant coiffeurs (6) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 18 Oct 1845)

Green

garcon (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); sailors, steamboat passengers, fishermen, commissaries (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); La Fleur (17) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); servant to Captain Kidglove (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); guests at the ball (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); foresters (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Grey, Master

Augustus Frederick (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845)

Hayton, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Horton

aldermen (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); sailors (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Tim O'Toole (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Goutteetose (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846); Aeolus (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); sailors, steamboat passengers, fishermen, commissaries (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); guests at the ball (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); foresters (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Hough, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Howe

Sir Lennox Leinster (1) in Exchange No Robbery (29 Apr 1846); Etienne (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Charles Darville (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Edward Lascelles, Esq. (3) in Marie Ducange (13 Aug 1846 - 15 Aug 1846); Alfred Quickly (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); magician (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Count Henry de Beausoleil (6) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 7 Mar 1846)

Ireland, Thomas

Hal Hardbrace (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846); Harlequin (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846)

Jones

second gens d'arme (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846)

Ladbroke

lords and commons, attendants on King Colombat (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846)

Lambert

Mr. Ellwide (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Marshal Villeroy (30) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Monsieur Berthault (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Robert (12) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 13 Sep 1845); Squire Partridge (15) in Corporal's Wedding (8 Jun 1846 - 29 Jul 1846); Caleb Plummer (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846); Timotheus Tremblonque (19) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 30 Jul 1846); Sir Christopher Cranberry, G.C.B. (13) in Exchange No Robbery (29 Apr 1846 - 16 May 1846); Major Puffendorf (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); Mr. Bulkly (6) in Marie Ducange (13 Aug 1846 - 19 Aug 1846); Mr. Stutters (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Paul Pry (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Mr. Snugsby (11) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (6 Oct 1845 - 31 Mar 1846); Sam Hobbs (13) in Nabob for an Hour (30 Jul 1846 - 22 Aug 1846); Colonel Hardy (20) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Mr. Montgomerie Tibbs (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Mr. Anthony Hookey (80) in Seeing Wright (29 Sep 1845 - 14 Jan 1846); Mr. David Damper (1) in Single Life (8 Jul 1846)

Lambert, Master

rank and file (6) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 6 Sep 1845)

Langdon, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Lawler

Tom Williams (71) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Jul 1846)

Leech, Master

Tambour Major (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Leggett, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Lewis, Master

Master of the Band (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Liddle, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Lightfoot, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Lindon

populace (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Duke de Pompadour (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); slave (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); John (12) in Exchange No Robbery (4 May 1846 - 16 May 1846); Snowball (1) in Exchange No Robbery (29 Apr 1846); Ned Keogh (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Susan Snowdown (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846); Rene (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Bacchus (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Andre (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Marquis de Courval (15) in Leoline (9 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); John (6) in Marie Ducange (13 Aug 1846 - 19 Aug 1846); link boy (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Mungo (11) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (6 Oct 1845 - 31 Mar 1846); sailors, steamboat passengers, fishermen, commissaries (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); La Fleur (3) in Mysterious Stranger (3 Sep 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); servant (12) in Paul Pry (20 Aug 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Ensign Fitz-Jones (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); guests at the ball (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Jose (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); Audres Sheman (1) in Statue Blanche (14 Jul 1846); servants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Cossacks (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Robert (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (29 Apr 1846 - 9 May 1846)

Lloyd

lords and commons, attendants on King Colombat (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846)

May, Master

Colonel of the Body Guard (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Mitchenson, William

The Bear (6) in Binks the Bagman (29 Sep 1845 - 4 Oct 1845); Slick (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Devil of Marseilles (19) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 30 Jul 1846); Little Bear (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Grimgull (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846); Pantaloon (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846); Pan (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Jaques (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Tippy Tompion (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Herr Pugg (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); assistant coiffeurs (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Laudskeimmer Coponople (1) in Statue Blanche (14 Jul 1846); Cossacks (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Morris, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Munyard, James H.

Coquin Ballandier (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); John Cabot (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Corporal Cobb (15) in Corporal's Wedding (8 Jun 1846 - 29 Jul 1846); Scipio Africanus (19) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 30 Jul 1846); Justin (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Tibby Snob (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Lord Chesterfield (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Joseph Fitzchizzle Fitzsmythe (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Dick Dumpy (13) in Nabob for an Hour (30 Jul 1846 - 22 Aug 1846); Simon (11) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 22 Aug 1846); Rt. Hon. Mr. Wildman (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Spriggins (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Ivan (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); James Miller (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (29 Apr 1846 - 9 May 1846)

Perkins, Charles

Robert (24) in Clarisse (15 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Aveira (19) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 30 Jul 1846); Monsieur Delamare (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Gervais (12) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 14 Feb 1846); Colonel Maddison (1) in Suzanne (24 Jun 1846)

Peters, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Rankenly, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Robins

chirping crickets (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846)

Robins, Master

king's pages (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Rustan, Master

Captains of the Body Guard (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Ryan, Redmond

Teddy O'Flannighan (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Minerva (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Lanny McLochland (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Corney Brady (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846)

Sanders, John

policeman (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Thomas (6) in Binks the Bagman (29 Sep 1845 - 4 Oct 1845); Pierre (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Pipod (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); sergeant (15) in Corporal's Wedding (8 Jun 1846 - 29 Jul 1846); Pierrara (4) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 4 Jul 1846); Paddy Kelly (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Hungkeemungee (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846); Cupid, Cupidon or Cupido (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Larouves (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Captain Large (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Loupy (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Clotilda (6) in Norma (9 Mar 1846 - 14 Mar 1846); Stobber (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); sergeant (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); Nibble (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (29 Apr 1846 - 9 May 1846)

Selby, Charles

Major Griskin (15) in Corporal's Wedding (8 Jun 1846 - 29 Jul 1846); Edward (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846); Lamotte (13) in Exchange No Robbery (29 Apr 1846 - 16 May 1846); Connor O'Kennedy (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Marcel (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Jupiter (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Count Schuvaloff (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); Lord Philander (28) in Maid with the Milking Pail (6 Jul 1846 - 8 Aug 1846); Michel Bitaube (6) in Marie Ducange (13 Aug 1846 - 19 Aug 1846); The Honorable Edmund Spiff (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Old England (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Count Vanille (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Witherton (20) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Captain Kidglove (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Captain Robusto (2) in Queen of the Abruzzi (31 Jul 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); Mr. Narcissus Boss (1) in Single Life (8 Jul 1846); Monsieur Coupee (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Lord Totterly (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (29 Apr 1846 - 9 May 1846)

Sims

lords and commons, attendants on King Colombat (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846)

Smith, Christopher J.

Lonchou (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Maquas (19) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 30 Jul 1846); Rattlesnake (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846); Clown (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846); Foregne (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Ambrose (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Simon (9) in Paul Pry (24 Aug 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Fitzmortimer Jenks (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); guests at the ball (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Guglielmo (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); servants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Cossacks (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Smith, O.

Monsieur Vincent (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Laroche (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); John Peerybingle (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846); Pierre Cranon (19) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 30 Jul 1846); Isaac Crank (56) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (16 Mar 1846 - 15 Aug 1846); Wild Murtogh (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Rollin (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Paris (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Emile Mongerand (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); John Rawdon, Esq. (6) in Marie Ducange (13 Aug 1846 - 19 Aug 1846); Mr. Rant (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Trusty (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Chechore (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Grasp (20) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Spalatro (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846)

Stoker, Henry

Ensign Harcourt (1) in British Legion (20 May 1846); Ringwood (15) in Corporal's Wedding (8 Jun 1846 - 29 Jul 1846); George O'Kennedy (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Count Duval (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Monsieur de Chantereine (6) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 7 Mar 1846); Tomaso (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846)

Sylvester

populace (27) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 19 Aug 1846); Saint-Geniez (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); attendant (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); officer (4) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 4 Jul 1846); John (1) in Exchange No Robbery (29 Apr 1846); servant to George (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Vincent (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Pierre (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Bob Bunkem (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); servant (8) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 12 Aug 1846); assistant coiffeurs (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); guests at the ball (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Giacomo (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); servants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Thomas

aldermen (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Dot's father (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846); Darby Donovan (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Boreas (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Gervais (9) in Leoline (16 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Antoine (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Dinaha (11) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (6 Oct 1845 - 31 Mar 1846); sailors, steamboat passengers, fishermen, commissaries (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Pierre (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Mr. Stanley (20) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); guests at the ball (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Jacopo (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); servants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Tingle, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Toby, Master E.

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Toby, Master J.

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Tom, Master

Grand Master of the Horse (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Turner, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Wade

commissaire of police (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Walker, Master

rank and file (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Waye

Escarbot (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Baptiste (19) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 30 Jul 1846); Larry (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Highspyhigh (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846); Neptune (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Commissary of police (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); sentinel (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); Ventrebleu (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); corporal (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Pomade (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); guests at the ball (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); gaoler (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); foresters (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Webster, Benjamin N.

Martial (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Alexis Romanowski (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); Brinsly Bounceby (1) in Suzanne (24 Jun 1846)

Wilkinson, James P.

Kit Crimmins (6) in Binks the Bagman (29 Sep 1845 - 4 Oct 1845); Mr. Caudle (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845)

Williamson

aldermen (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); sailors (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Tom Williams (6) in Green Bushes (3 Aug 1846 - 8 Aug 1846); Vulcan (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); sailors, steamboat passengers, fishermen, commissaries (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); guests at the ball (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); musicians (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); foresters (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Woodward

chirping crickets (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846)

Woodward, Master

king's pages (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Worrell

Mr. James Brown (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Duke de Richelieu (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Captain Ranger (1) in British Legion (20 May 1846); Armand (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Captain Torpid (15) in Corporal's Wedding (8 Jun 1846 - 29 Jul 1846); Captain Littleworth (13) in Exchange No Robbery (29 Apr 1846 - 16 May 1846); Captain Dartois (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Marquis de Courval (6) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 7 Feb 1846); Markland (6) in Marie Ducange (13 Aug 1846 - 19 Aug 1846); Maxwell (11) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (6 Oct 1845 - 31 Mar 1846); Captain Gasconade (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Mr. Frampton (13) in Nabob for an Hour (30 Jul 1846 - 22 Aug 1846); Somers (20) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Lord Snolts (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); The Honorable Frisk Flammer (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (29 Apr 1846 - 9 May 1846)

Wright, Edward R.

Abraham Parker (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Binks (6) in Binks the Bagman (29 Sep 1845 - 4 Oct 1845); Timothy (1) in British Legion (20 May 1846); Barbillon (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Miss Tilly Slowboy (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846); Jean de L'Oye (19) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 30 Jul 1846); Chesterfield Honeybun (56) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (16 Mar 1846 - 15 Aug 1846); Sam Swipes (13) in Exchange No Robbery (29 Apr 1846 - 16 May 1846); Muster Grinnidge (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Sansonet (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Venus (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Monsieur Apollo Kit (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Triptolemus Krout (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); Diccon (28) in Maid with the Milking Pail (6 Jul 1846 - 8 Aug 1846); Charles Claude Prong (6) in Marie Ducange (13 Aug 1846 - 19 Aug 1846); Mr. Chickwheedle (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Narcissus (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Mr. Felix Fluffy (11) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (6 Oct 1845 - 31 Mar 1846); Mrs. Caudle (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Crequet (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Adalgisa (6) in Norma (9 Mar 1846 - 14 Mar 1846); Paul Pry (20) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Augustus Fitzmortimer (68) in Phantom Breakfast (15 Jan 1846 - 16 May 1846); Jacob Gerkin (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); John Downy (80) in Seeing Wright (29 Sep 1845 - 14 Jan 1846); Simon Swallow (1) in Suzanne (24 Jun 1846); Mazourki (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Bill Downey (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (29 Apr 1846 - 9 May 1846); Vandyke Brown (11) in Who Did It? (11 May 1846 - 23 May 1846)

Actresses

Aldridge, Miss

populace (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); slaves, attendants (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Ariadne (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Laurette (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); fishgirls, grisettes (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Welimshure (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Gianina (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Fleur de Rose (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Bell, Miss

populace (18) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 8 Aug 1846); Madame de Phalaris (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); slaves, attendants (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Louise (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); ladies-in-waiting to the Empress (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); Telmima (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Nina (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Fleur de Paquerette (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Berenger, Miss

slaves, attendants (24) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 4 Apr 1846); ladies-in-waiting to the Empress (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); fishgirls, grisettes (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Brooks, Miss

Mary (6) in Binks the Bagman (29 Sep 1845 - 4 Oct 1845); Marchioness de Parabere (24) in Boy King (15 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Susanne (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Betty (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Susan Sensitive (12) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (15 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Madame de Sericourt (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Flavius (6) in Norma (9 Mar 1846 - 14 Mar 1846); Tom Tough (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Jemima Jenkinson (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Miss Caroline Coy (1) in Single Life (8 Jul 1846)

Céleste, Mme. Céline

Louis XV (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Julien (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Clarisse (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Clementine (18) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 25 Jul 1846); Miami (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Madame St. Aubert (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Cecile (12) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 25 Apr 1846); Elizabeth Petrovna (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); Marie Ducange (6) in Marie Ducange (13 Aug 1846 - 19 Aug 1846); The Mysterious Stranger (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Olimpia Cigniano (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); Suzanne (1) in Suzanne (24 Jun 1846); Mazourka (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Chaplin, Miss Ellen

Duke de Roquelaure (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Louisa (1) in British Legion (20 May 1846); Milanie (24) in Clarisse (15 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Nancy Cobb (3) in Corporal's Wedding (27 Jul 1846 - 29 Jul 1846); Fairy Cricket of the Hearth (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846); Jacqueline (15) in Devil of Marseilles (6 Jul 1846 - 30 Jul 1846); Miss Melrose (13) in Exchange No Robbery (29 Apr 1846 - 16 May 1846); Geraldine (9) in Green Bushes (29 Jun 1846 - 8 Aug 1846); Agathe (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Mercury or Hermes (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Foedora (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); Susan (6) in Marie Ducange (13 Aug 1846 - 19 Aug 1846); Ellen Trevillian (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Madeline (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Phoebe (15) in Paul Pry (10 Aug 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Youriwkee (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Anastasia Tibbs (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Gianni (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); Sally Swallow (1) in Suzanne (24 Jun 1846); Yelva (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Cossimine, Miss

chirping crickets (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846)

Doll, Miss

Sarah Sophia (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845)

Eccleston, Miss

chirping crickets (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846)

Ellen, Miss

slaves, attendants (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Dereme (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Beppa (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846)

Emsley, Miss

slaves, attendants (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); second female (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Captain Romanoff (2) in Lioness of the North (23 Feb 1846 - 27 Feb 1846); fishgirls, grisettes (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Emsley, Mrs.

populace (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Lapelle (13) in Exchange No Robbery (29 Apr 1846 - 16 May 1846); Mars (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Captain Orloff (10) in Lioness of the North (29 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); Tom Taffrail (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Cora (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846)

Fitzwilliam, Mrs. Edward

Dot (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846); Nelly O'Neil (73) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Milly (28) in Maid with the Milking Pail (6 Jul 1846 - 8 Aug 1846); Miss Kitty Skylark (1) in Single Life (8 Jul 1846)

Fleming, Miss

slaves, attendants (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Columbine (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846); Hebe (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Captain Romanoff (12) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 7 Jan 1846); Ivudewnow (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Ramona (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Eoline (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Ford, Miss

chirping crickets (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846)

Glennaire, Miss

ladies-in-waiting to the Empress (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); fishgirls, grisettes (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Fleur d'Orange (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Glennaire, Mrs.

Flora (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Joe Steadfast (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Bianca (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846)

Glover, Mrs. Samuel

Miss Maria Macaw (1) in Single Life (8 Jul 1846)

Gougenheim, Miss Adelaide?

populace (3) in Abraham Parker (3 Sep 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Thetis (3) in Judgment of Paris (3 Sep 1846 - 5 Sep 1846)

Green, Miss

Euterpe (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846)

Harding, Miss Emma

Marchioness de Parabere (12) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 13 Sep 1845); Duke de Lauzun (24) in Boy King (15 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Barbara (1) in British Legion (20 May 1846); Mrs. Honeybun (44) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (30 Mar 1846 - 15 Aug 1846); Lady Cranberry (6) in Exchange No Robbery (11 May 1846 - 16 May 1846); Gertrude (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Captain Daskkoff (4) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Dec 1845); Emily (11) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (6 Oct 1845 - 31 Mar 1846); Mademoiselle de Nantelle (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Miss Emma Leslie (13) in Nabob for an Hour (30 Jul 1846 - 22 Aug 1846); Marian A. (20) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Colombat the CLVI (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Mrs. Deeperly (68) in Phantom Breakfast (15 Jan 1846 - 16 May 1846); Miss Jessy Meadows (1) in Single Life (8 Jul 1846); Countess Crackovieninski (8) in Taming a Tartar (6 Jul 1846 - 18 Jul 1846)

Harrison, Miss

servants (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); slaves, attendants (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Apollo (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Captain Daskkoff (10) in Lioness of the North (29 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); ladies-in-waiting to the Empress (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); fishgirls, grisettes (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Harry Haulyard (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Stella (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Fleur de Genet (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

James, Miss

Ureaniseun (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846)

Johnson, Miss

servants (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); slaves, attendants (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); the Graces (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Adelaide (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); ladies-in-waiting to the Empress (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); fishgirls, grisettes (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Udontsaso (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Paulina (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Fleur de Tulipe (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Jones, Miss

servants (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Mademoiselle Duclos (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); slaves, attendants (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Dot's mother (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846); Coco (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Ceres (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Fidalia (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); ladies-in-waiting to the Empress (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); Wataduc (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Vindetta (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Fleur de Violette (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Lambert, Mrs.

Madame de Lenneville (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846)

Laws, Mrs. Edmund

Mrs. Ellwide (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Madame Morand (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Madame Doutel (36) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Mrs. Fielding (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846); Mrs. Jewell (56) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (16 Mar 1846 - 15 Aug 1846); Meg (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Madame Nize (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Discordia (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Madame Mouton (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Mrs. Piggles (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); shepherdess (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Miss Penelope Snugsby (11) in Mother and Child Are Doing Well (6 Oct 1845 - 31 Mar 1846); Mrs. Subtle (20) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Mrs. Dorothy Dibbs (80) in Seeing Wright (29 Sep 1845 - 14 Jan 1846); Miss Sarah Snare (1) in Single Life (8 Jul 1846); Mrs. Lignum (1) in Suzanne (24 Jun 1846)

Lonsdale, Miss

peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Louise, Miss

populace (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); slaves, attendants (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); the Graces (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Susan Jomard (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Diddiever (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Bella (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); Fleur de Lis (14) in Taming a Tartar (29 Jun 1846 - 18 Jul 1846)

Lydia, Miss

Dontell (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846)

Matthews, Mrs. Frank

Rose (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Mrs. Crimmins (6) in Binks the Bagman (29 Sep 1845 - 4 Oct 1845); Susan (1) in British Legion (20 May 1846); Lady Arethusa Griskin (15) in Corporal's Wedding (8 Jun 1846 - 29 Jul 1846); Mrs. Crank (56) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (16 Mar 1846 - 15 Aug 1846); Mrs. Swipes (13) in Exchange No Robbery (29 Apr 1846 - 16 May 1846); Aenone (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Mrs. Pipes (6) in Marie Ducange (13 Aug 1846 - 19 Aug 1846); Lotty (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Madame de Luceval (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Nanny Scraggs (13) in Nabob for an Hour (30 Jul 1846 - 22 Aug 1846); Rose (68) in Phantom Breakfast (15 Jan 1846 - 16 May 1846); Mrs. Montgomerie Tibbs (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Susan Griffiths (80) in Seeing Wright (29 Sep 1845 - 14 Jan 1846)

May, Miss

chirping crickets (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846)

Mitchell, Miss

chirping crickets (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846)

Reynolds, Miss

populace (39) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Madame de Sabran (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Clara (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Justine (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Thetis (15) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Captain Ivanoff (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); page (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); fishgirls, grisettes (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Bill Bunting (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Yelva (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Fleur de Resida (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Robins, Miss

Princess d'Egmont (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); chirping crickets (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846); Evelleen (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Fairy Nightshade (38) in Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang (26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846); Fames (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Laura (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846)

Shouel, Miss

Mlle. de Presles (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Simpson, Miss

servants (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Duke de Cosse (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); slaves, attendants (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Rose (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Hymen or Hymeneus (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Nanette (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); ladies-in-waiting to the Empress (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); Ophi (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Rosa (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Taylor, Miss

populace (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Count de Choiseul (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); slaves, attendants (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); May Fielding (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846); Peleus (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Isabelle (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Captain Scratchowitz (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); fishgirls, grisettes (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); Will Watch (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Hallicarnie (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Miss Selina Jane Sims (36) in Phantom Breakfast (23 Feb 1846 - 16 May 1846); Giorna (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Fleur de Marguerite (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Taylor, Miss Marian A.

Mrs. Robinson (6) in Binks the Bagman (29 Sep 1845 - 4 Oct 1845); Marie Leczinska (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); Psyche (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Captain Orloff (4) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Dec 1845); Madame de Savigne (20) in Mysterious Stranger (2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Eliza (20) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 2 Sep 1846); Celestina Tibbs (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Louisa Bloomfield (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (29 Apr 1846 - 9 May 1846)

Theodore, Mlle.

Marie Spalch (1) in Statue Blanche (14 Jul 1846)

Thomas, Mrs.

Miss Starchington (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Thompson, Miss

Mlle. de Chateauroux (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); chirping crickets (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846)

Thompson, Miss G.

chirping crickets (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846)

Turner, Miss

Terpsichore (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Jemima Jane (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845)

Turtle, Miss Emily M.

Mlle. de la Ferte (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Vernon, Miss

Mlle. de Mailly (36) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845); slaves, attendants (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); chirping crickets (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846); first female (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); fishgirls, grisettes (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Fleur de Giroflee (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Vernon, Mrs.

servants (42) in Abraham Parker (20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); nurse (56) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (16 Mar 1846 - 15 Aug 1846); Pomona (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Jack Junk (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Picina (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846)

Watkins, Miss

Jeanette (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846)

Webster, Miss

Nini (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846)

Wilson, Miss

Delphine (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Captain Soltikoff (14) in Lioness of the North (22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846); fishgirls, grisettes (24) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846); Fleur de Lis (94) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 24 Jun 1846)

Woolgar, Miss Sarah J.

Duke de Lauzun (12) in Boy King (1 Sep 1845 - 13 Sep 1845); Maria (1) in British Legion (20 May 1846); Mlle. Jenny Laroche (39) in Cabin Boy (9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846); Milanie (12) in Clarisse (1 Sep 1845 - 13 Sep 1845); Nancy Cobb (12) in Corporal's Wedding (8 Jun 1846 - 4 Jul 1846); Bertha (28) in Cricket on the Hearth (31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846); Jacqueline (4) in Devil of Marseilles (1 Jul 1846 - 4 Jul 1846); Mrs. Honeybun (12) in Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (16 Mar 1846 - 28 Mar 1846); Lady Cranberry (7) in Exchange No Robbery (29 Apr 1846 - 9 May 1846); Nelly O'Neil (4) in Green Bushes (1 Apr 1846 - 4 Apr 1846); Batifole (17) in Industry and Indolence (13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Catherine (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846); Mrs. Colonel Seymour (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Juno (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Susan Sensitive (12) in Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home (1 Sep 1845 - 13 Sep 1845); Pollio (6) in Norma (9 Mar 1846 - 14 Mar 1846); Phoebe (5) in Paul Pry (16 Jun 1846 - 23 Jun 1846); Peter Wilkins (48) in Peter Wilkins (13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846); Miss Selina Jane Sims (32) in Phantom Breakfast (15 Jan 1846 - 21 Feb 1846); Sally Knobbs (13) in Powder and Ball (13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846); Countess Crackovieninski (100) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 4 Jul 1846); Mary Chintz (7) in Unfinished Gentleman (29 Apr 1846 - 9 May 1846); Ramona Peewit (11) in Who Did It? (11 May 1846 - 23 May 1846)

Worrell, Mrs.

Tigertail (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Mrs. Gong (77) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846); Thalia (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846); Pietra (25) in Queen of the Abruzzi (8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846); peasants (108) in Taming a Tartar (20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Woulds, Miss

the Graces (18) in Judgment of Paris (17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846)

Yarnold, Mrs. Edwin

Clementine (1) in Devil of Marseilles (30 Jul 1846); Geraldine (8) in Green Bushes (1 Apr 1846 - 27 Jun 1846); Cecile (5) in Industry and Indolence (27 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846); Alice (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846); Meg Merrilies (27) in Memoirs of an Umbrella (18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846)

Yates, Mrs. Frederick H.

Geraldine (60) in Green Bushes (13 Oct 1845 - 20 Dec 1845); Leoline (21) in Leoline (2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846)

Singers

Dancers

Pieces Performed And Summary Cast Lists

* Abraham Parker

(sketch) by Henry R. Addison (42 times, 20 Jul 1846 - 5 Sep 1846)

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Binks the Bagman

(farce) by Joseph S. Coyne (6 times, 29 Sep 1845 - 4 Oct 1845)

Summary Cast:

Boy King, The; or, Petites Peccadillos

(comic drama) by Benjamin N. Webster (36 times, 1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

Summary Cast:

British Legion, The

(burletta) by Thomas H. Bayly (1 time, 20 May 1846)

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* Cabin Boy, The

(drama, 2 acts) by Edward Stirling (39 times, 9 Mar 1846 - 20 Jun 1846)

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* Clarisse; or, The Merchant's Daughter

(drama, 3 acts of 3 scenes) by Edward Stirling, Mrs. Worrell (chor) (36 times, 1 Sep 1845 - 11 Oct 1845)

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Corporal's Wedding, The; or, A Kiss of the Bride

(farce) by John M. Morton (15 times, 8 Jun 1846 - 29 Jul 1846)

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* Cricket on the Hearth, The; or, A Fairy Tale of Home

(drama, 2 acts) by Edward Stirling (28 times, 31 Dec 1845 - 31 Jan 1846)

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* Devil of Marseilles, The; or, The Spirit of Avarice

(melodrama) by Richard B. Peake (19 times, 1 Jul 1846 - 30 Jul 1846)

Summary Cast:

* Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell?

(farce) by Joseph S. Coyne (56 times, 16 Mar 1846 - 15 Aug 1846)

Summary Cast:

Exchange No Robbery; or, Who's to Father Me?

(comedy) by Unknown (13 times, 29 Apr 1846 - 16 May 1846)

Summary Cast:

Green Bushes, The; or, A Hundred Years Ago

(drama, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone, Alfred Mellon (comp), Edward F. Fitzwilliam (comp) (77 times, 13 Oct 1845 - 8 Aug 1846)

Summary Cast:

* Harlequin and Poonoowingkeewangflibeedeeflobeedeebuskeebang; or, The King of the Cannibal Islands

(comic pantomime, 17 scenes) by Unknown, Alfred Mellon (comp) (38 times, 26 Dec 1845 - 7 Feb 1846)

Summary Cast:

* Industry and Indolence; or, The Orphan's Legacy

(drama, 3 acts) by Edward Stirling, Alfred Mellon (comp) (17 times, 13 Apr 1846 - 2 May 1846)

Summary Cast:

* Judgment of Paris, The; or, The Pas de Pippins

(burlesque) by Charles Selby, Alfred Mellon (comp), Mrs. Worrell (chor) (18 times, 17 Aug 1846 - 5 Sep 1846)

Summary Cast:

* Leoline; or, Life's Trials

(drama, 3 acts) by Henry Holl (21 times, 2 Feb 1846 - 28 Feb 1846)

Summary Cast:

* Lioness of the North, The; or, The Prisoner of Shlusselbourg

(historical drama, 2 acts) by Charles Selby (14 times, 22 Dec 1845 - 27 Feb 1846)

Summary Cast:

* Maid with the Milking Pail, The

(farce) by John B. Buckstone (28 times, 6 Jul 1846 - 8 Aug 1846)

Summary Cast:

Marie Ducange

(drama) by William B. Bernard (6 times, 13 Aug 1846 - 19 Aug 1846)

Summary Cast:

* Memoirs of an Umbrella, The; or, The Silent Observer

(farce, 3 acts) by Charles Dance (27 times, 18 May 1846 - 19 Jun 1846)

Summary Cast:

"Mother and Child Are Doing Well, The"

(farce, 1 act) by John M. Morton (11 times, 6 Oct 1845 - 31 Mar 1846)

Summary Cast:

Mrs. Caudle Abroad and at Home

(farce, 1 act) by Charles Selby (24 times, 1 Sep 1845 - 27 Sep 1845)

Summary Cast:

Mysterious Stranger, The

(melodrama) by Charles Selby (20 times, 2 Mar 1846 - 5 Sep 1846)

Summary Cast:

Nabob for an Hour, A

(farce) by John Poole (13 times, 30 Jul 1846 - 22 Aug 1846)

Summary Cast:

Norma

(burlesque) by William H. Oxberry (6 times, 9 Mar 1846 - 14 Mar 1846)

Summary Cast:

Paul Pry

(comedy, 3 acts) by John Poole (20 times, 16 Jun 1846 - 2 Sep 1846)

Summary Cast:

* Peter Wilkins; or, The Loadstone Rock and the Flying Indians

(spectacle, 2 acts, 9 scenes) by Gilbert A. á Beckett, Mark Lemon, Alfred Mellon (comp) (48 times, 13 Apr 1846 - 6 Jun 1846)

Summary Cast:

* Phantom Breakfast, The

(farce, 1 act) by Charles Selby (68 times, 15 Jan 1846 - 16 May 1846)

Summary Cast:

Powder and Ball; or, St. Tibb's Eve

(farce, 1 act) by Charles Selby (13 times, 13 Oct 1845 - 19 Feb 1846)

Summary Cast:

* Queen of the Abruzzi, The

(spectacle, 6 tableaux) by Joseph S. Coyne (25 times, 8 Jun 1846 - 1 Aug 1846)

Summary Cast:

* "Seeing Wright"

(farce) by Thomas Morton Jr. (80 times, 29 Sep 1845 - 14 Jan 1846)

Summary Cast:

Single Life

(comedy, 3 acts) by John B. Buckstone (1 time, 8 Jul 1846)

Summary Cast:

* Statue Blanche, La

(ballet) by Herr Deulin (chor) (1 time, 14 Jul 1846)

Summary Cast:

Suzanne; or, The Force of Love

(comedietta) by William J. Lucas (1 time, 24 Jun 1846)

Summary Cast:

* Taming a Tartar; or, Magic and Mazourkaphobia

(operatic farce, 2 acts) by Charles Selby, Mme. Céline Céleste (chor), Mrs. Worrell (chor), Alfred Mellon (comp) (108 times, 20 Oct 1845 - 18 Jul 1846)

Summary Cast:

Unfinished Gentleman, The

(farce) by Charles Selby (7 times, 29 Apr 1846 - 9 May 1846)

Summary Cast:

* Who Did It? or, What's in the Wind?

(farce) by Unknown (11 times, 11 May 1846 - 23 May 1846)

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