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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 1847-1848

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

Seasonal Digest

The attractions of the Adelphi continued to please the public for yet another season.  In January, the Theatrical Times reported that the Adelphi had accomplished the feat of having been open for one thousand consecutive nights, "a circumstance without parallel in the history of the West-end theatre" (22 Jan 1848, p. 32).

The season was notable for the apparent absence of new attractions based upon or taken directly from French sources.  What the motives of the Adelphi management were in taking this reverse tack are unrecorded; events later in the season suggest that filling the bills with works by British authors was not happenstance.

Moreover, although new pieces were frequently offered, they were withdrawn quickly if they failed to please.  Five well-established productions were presented frequently:  This House to be Sold, a musical extravaganza by Joseph S. Coyne, with 87 performances, Harvest Home, by Thomas Parry with 83 performances, How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress, a farce by Coyne, with 75 productions, Our National Defences, another Coyne farce, and Pearl of the Ocean, a burlesque by Charles Selby.

Plans for enlarging or rebuilding the Adelphi were delayed, and it was not until the end of the summer season that the Adelphi Company moved to the Haymarket.

While the Adelphi carried through one more season with apparently wild success, its front-of-the-house personnel were not universally admired.  Over only the pseudonym "A Voice from the Side-Wing," the Theatrical Times of 2 October 1847 (pp. 309-310) carried a scathing description of what Adelphi patrons endured.  The box-keepers were noted for their "incivility and excessive disobliging propensities," and the "proceedings in the upper box lobby, the saloon, and the slips, were such as would have disgraced a three penny Casino."  Noting that Adelphi box-keepers historically bore a reputation for discourtesy, the writer noted that of late they had developed a scheme of charging an undercover fee for late seating in the back boxes.  "Now, obtaining a gratuity for every seat once during the night ought to be sufficient, one would imagine, to satisfy the most rapacious and cormorantly inclined box-keeper; but not so with the Adelphi sharks."  At the end of the second piece of the evening, when many left the theatre, late comers would be admitted to the brief remainder of the program, but only upon payment of the full fee, plus gratuity for the box-keeper.

The writer then went on to list other "extortions."  Patrons arriving too late to get an immediate seat were cajoled into paying a fee to obtain the first seat available.  Once the fee was safely in the box-keeper's possession, the unlucky patron was forgotten.  In addition, finally, Adelphi theatre-goers were expected to pay sixpence for the bill of the evening.  While admitting that Manager Webster generally deserved the praise he enjoyed as a result of his management of the Haymarket, he was urged to attend to matters at the Adelphi:  "The greater the education, respectability, and standing in society of the individual who holds the office of director, the greater the blame that attaches to him for countenancing the continuance of such abuses in the theatre."

The London theatre audience was used to seeing French adaptions, translations, but that did not sit well with some.  An unsigned article entitled "Foreign Dramatic Invasion" appeared in the Sunday Times of June 4, 1848, and boldly attacked Queen Victoria and the aristocracy, which followed her example for patronizing visiting French companies as well as her representative, the Lord Chamberlain, for licensing French productions.  Reaction was swift.  On Monday, 12 June 1848, an agitated crowd assembled at Drury Lane for the Théâtre Historique production of "The Count of Monte Cristo."  As the Sunday Times reported:

The opponents were tolerably peaceable during the performance of "God Save the Queen" by the orchestra; but the raising of the curtain was the signal for unloosing the pent-up indignation of the anti-foreign party, who hooted, hissed, whistled, and groaned in the most discordant chorus, amidst which the cheers and plaudits of the French supporters were vigorously sustained (18 June 1848, p. 3).

Another, although somewhat milder, demonstration occurred on Wednesday evening, 14 June; and by announcement in the newspapers of Sunday, 18 June, the Théâtre Historique declared its final performances would take place on the following Monday and Wednesday.  Upon this announcement, British partisans proclaimed total victory in routing the foreign invaders.  It was rumored that Mathews and Manager Webster themselves paid the rioters, and posted bail for those who were arrested.

This season was the first to include a regularly scheduled series of matinee performances.  Professor Hermann's magic show began on 14 February and continued until March 3, 1848.

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Daily Calendar for 1847-1848


1 September 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 August 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (1)

Title Comment:  based on Samuel Lover's novel

Author: Samuel Lover; Composer: Holmes

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Next 2 September 1847

Genre:  (Burletta) celebrated serio-comic romantic burletta; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

De Lacy (an officer, engaged in the French service, on a secret mission to Ireland, his native country): Worrell
De Welskein (a foreigner, engaged in his own service—dealer in brandy and broken English): [Charles] Selby
Scrubs (ex-apothecary and collector, not of curiosities, but customs, captain of yeomanry): Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More (not King of Leinster, but prince of peasants): [James] Hudson (from TR Haymarket)
Shan Dhu, or Dark John (Rory's rival): O. Smith
Soldering Solomon (a speculating tinker): Sanders
Pierre (an Anglo-French smuggler): Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More (sister to Rory): Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen (Rory's betrothed): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Song

Spectacle

Scenery Description

2)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (1)

Title Comment:  this night only

Author: Joseph S. Coyne

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Next 2 September 1847

Genre:  (Farce) new and original farce

First Night Cast:

Whittington Widgetts (a West-End tailor): [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown (a hair-dresser at the Opera): [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill (Widgett's page and light porter): Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White (a young laundress): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce (an opera dancer): Miss Emma Harding

3)  The Double-bedded Room (1)

Author: John M. Morton

Author Commentary:  bill: by author of Brother Ben

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Next 16 May 1848

Genre:  (Farce) laughable farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Dulcimer Pipes (Mus. Bac. and organist): Lambert
Major Minus: [Charles] Selby
Spigot (landlord of the "Yorkshire Grey"): [William] Cullenford
Joseph (his head waiter): Worrell
Mrs. Deputy Lomax: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Nancy Spigot: Miss Ellen Chaplin

2 September 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (2)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 1 September 1847; Next 3 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (2)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 1 September 1847; Next 3 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

3)  "Seeing Wright" (1)

Author: [John M. Morton]

Performances:  First 2 September 1847; Next 3 September 1847

Genre:  (Farce) laughable farce

First Night Cast:

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

3 September 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (3)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 2 September 1847; Next 4 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (3)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 2 September 1847; Next 4 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

3)  "Seeing Wright" (2)

Performances:  First 2 September 1847; Previous 2 September 1847; Next 4 September 1847

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
 

4 September 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (4)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 3 September 1847; Next 6 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (4)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 3 September 1847; Next 6 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

3)  "Seeing Wright" (3)

Performances:  First 2 September 1847; Previous 3 September 1847; Next 6 September 1847

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
 

6 September 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (5)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 4 September 1847; Next 7 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (5)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 4 September 1847; Next 7 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

3)  "Seeing Wright" (4)

Performances:  First 2 September 1847; Previous 4 September 1847; Next 7 September 1847

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
 

7 September 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (6)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 6 September 1847; Next 8 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (6)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 6 September 1847; Next 8 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

3)  "Seeing Wright" (5)

Performances:  First 2 September 1847; Previous 6 September 1847; Next 8 September 1847

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
 

8 September 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (7)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 7 September 1847; Next 9 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (7)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 7 September 1847; Next 9 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

3)  "Seeing Wright" (6)

Performances:  First 2 September 1847; Previous 7 September 1847

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
 

9 September 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (8)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 8 September 1847; Next 10 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (1)

Author: [Joseph S. Coyne]

Author Commentary:  bill: by author of How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Next 10 September 1847

Genre:  (Musical extravaganza) new and original musical extravaganza; 1 act, 2 scenes

First Night Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins (proprietor of Shakspeare's house): [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw (his legal advisor): [William] Cullenford
Tiffin (his friend): Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett (the lady of the mansion): Mrs. F[rank] Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss [Ellen] Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

Song

Spectacle

Scenery Description

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (8)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 8 September 1847; Next 10 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

10 September 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (9)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 9 September 1847; Next 11 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (2)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 9 September 1847; Next 11 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (9)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 9 September 1847; Next 11 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

11 September 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (10)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 10 September 1847; Next 13 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (3)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 10 September 1847; Next 13 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (10)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 10 September 1847; Next 13 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

13 September 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (11)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 11 September 1847; Next 14 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (4)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 11 September 1847; Next 14 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

Song

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (11)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 11 September 1847; Next 14 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

14 September 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (12)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 13 September 1847; Next 15 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (5)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 13 September 1847; Next 15 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (12)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 13 September 1847; Next 15 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

15 September 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (13)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 14 September 1847; Next 16 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (6)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 14 September 1847; Next 16 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (13)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 14 September 1847; Next 16 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

16 September 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (14)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 15 September 1847; Next 17 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Cast Changes:

BUT  Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe (replaces O. Smith)

Cast Commentary

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (7)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 15 September 1847; Next 17 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: Lambert
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

Cast Changes:

BUT  William Shakspeare: Lambert (replaces O. Smith)

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (14)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 15 September 1847; Next 17 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

17 September 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (15)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 16 September 1847; Next 18 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (8)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 16 September 1847; Next 18 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: Lambert
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  More Blunders Than One; or, The Irish Valet (1)

Author: [James T. Rodwell]

Author Commentary:  The piece was written by James; George added a scene in 1825. See the 1824 season. DFo card catalogue attributes this to James Thomas G. Rodwell

Performances:  First 17 September 1847

Genre:  (Farce) laughable farce

First Night Cast:

Old Melborne: Lambert
Young Melborne: Worrell
Trap: Sanders
Larry: [James] Hudson
Louisa Lovemore: Miss Emma Harding
Susan: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Letty: Miss Brooks
Jenny: Miss Marian A. Taylor

Song

4)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (15)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 16 September 1847; Next 18 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

18 September 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (16)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 17 September 1847; Next 20 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (9)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 17 September 1847; Next 20 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: Lambert
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (16)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 17 September 1847; Next 20 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

20 September 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (17)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 18 September 1847; Next 21 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (10)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 18 September 1847; Next 21 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: Lambert
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (17)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 18 September 1847; Next 21 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

21 September 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (18)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 20 September 1847; Next 22 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (11)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 20 September 1847; Next 22 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: Lambert
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (18)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 20 September 1847; Next 22 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

22 September 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (19)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 21 September 1847; Next 23 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (12)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 21 September 1847; Next 23 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: Lambert
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (19)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 21 September 1847; Next 23 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

23 September 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Rory O'More (20)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 22 September 1847; Next 24 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (13)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 22 September 1847; Next 24 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: Lambert
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (20)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 22 September 1847; Next 24 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

24 September 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (21)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 23 September 1847; Next 25 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (14)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 23 September 1847; Next 25 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: Lambert
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (21)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 23 September 1847; Next 25 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

25 September 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (22)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 24 September 1847; Next 27 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (15)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 24 September 1847; Next 27 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: Lambert
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (22)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 24 September 1847; Next 27 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

27 September 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (23)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 25 September 1847; Next 28 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (16)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 25 September 1847; Next 28 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

Cast Changes:

BUT  William Shakspeare: O. Smith (replaces Lambert)

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (23)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 25 September 1847; Next 28 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

28 September 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (24)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 27 September 1847; Next 29 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (17)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 27 September 1847; Next 29 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (24)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 27 September 1847; Next 29 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

29 September 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (25)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 28 September 1847; Next 30 September 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (18)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 28 September 1847; Next 30 September 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (25)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 28 September 1847; Next 30 September 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

30 September 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (26)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 29 September 1847; Next 1 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (19)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 29 September 1847; Next 1 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (26)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 29 September 1847; Next 1 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

1 October 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (27)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 30 September 1847; Next 2 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (20)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 30 September 1847; Next 2 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (27)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 30 September 1847; Next 2 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

2 October 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 September 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (28)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 1 October 1847; Next 4 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: [Henry H.] Howe
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (21)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 1 October 1847; Next 4 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (28)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 1 October 1847; Next 4 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4 October 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (29)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 2 October 1847; Next 5 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Cast Changes:

BUT  Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith (replaces [Henry H.] Howe)

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (22)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 2 October 1847; Next 5 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (29)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 2 October 1847; Next 5 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

5 October 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (30)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 4 October 1847; Next 6 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (23)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 4 October 1847; Next 6 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (30)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 4 October 1847; Next 6 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

6 October 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (31)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 5 October 1847; Next 7 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (24)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 5 October 1847; Next 7 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (31)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 5 October 1847; Next 7 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

7 October 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (32)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 6 October 1847; Next 8 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (25)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 6 October 1847; Next 8 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (32)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 6 October 1847; Next 8 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

8 October 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (33)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 7 October 1847; Next 9 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (26)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 7 October 1847; Next 9 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (33)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 7 October 1847; Next 9 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

9 October 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
7 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (34)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 8 October 1847; Next 11 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (27)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 8 October 1847; Next 11 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (34)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 8 October 1847; Next 11 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

11 October 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (35)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 9 October 1847; Next 12 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (28)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 9 October 1847; Next 12 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (35)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 9 October 1847; Next 12 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

12 October 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (36)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 11 October 1847; Next 13 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (29)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 11 October 1847; Next 13 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (36)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 11 October 1847; Next 13 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

13 October 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (37)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 12 October 1847; Next 14 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (30)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 12 October 1847; Next 14 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (37)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 12 October 1847; Next 14 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

14 October 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (38)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 13 October 1847; Next 15 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (31)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 13 October 1847; Next 15 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (38)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 13 October 1847; Next 15 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

15 October 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (39)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 14 October 1847; Next 16 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (32)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 14 October 1847; Next 16 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (39)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 14 October 1847; Next 16 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

16 October 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
14 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Rory O'More (40)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 15 October 1847

Cast:

De Lacy: Worrell
De Welskein: [Charles] Selby
Scrubs: Paul J. Bedford
Rory O'More: [James] Hudson
Shan Dhu, or Dark John: O. Smith
Soldering Solomon: Sanders
Pierre: Waye
Colonel Thunder: [William] Cullenford
Bill Jones: Lindon
Jack Flannerty: Glennaire
Mary O'More: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Betty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nelly: Miss Brooks
Widow O'More: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Kathleen: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (33)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 15 October 1847; Next 18 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (40)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 15 October 1847; Next 18 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

18 October 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Title Comment:  2nd act only

Author: John B. Buckstone; Composer: Edward F. Fitzwilliam; Composer: Alfred Mellon

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Next 19 October 1847

Genre:  (Drama) celebrated drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

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

Cast Commentary

Scenery Description

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (34)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 16 October 1847; Next 19 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (41)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 16 October 1847; Next 19 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

19 October 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 18 October 1847; Next 20 October 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (35)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 18 October 1847; Next 20 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (42)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 18 October 1847; Next 20 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

20 October 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 19 October 1847; Next 21 October 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (36)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 19 October 1847; Next 26 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (43)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 19 October 1847; Next 26 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

Illustration: Leclerq, Carlotta (1838-1893): Actress  [1st Performance Oct 21, 1847]


 
Title:Leclerq, Carlotta (1838-1893): Actress
Description:Leclerq, Carlotta (1838-1893): Carlotta Leclercq was a favorite at the Adelphi.  She first appeared in 1847 aged nine.  Twenty years later, she played Ophelia.  She was the oldest daughter of Charles Leclercq (né Charles Clark).  All her siblings were actors.
1st Performance:Oct 21, 1847
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlotta_Leclercq, Oct 21, 1847

21 October 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 20 October 1847; Next 22 October 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

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

Title Comment:  based on Le Diable a Quatre

Author: Charles Selby

Performances:  First 21 October 1847; Next 22 October 1847

Genre:  (Operatic farce) grand operatic, romantic, magical, semi-burlesque, terpsichorean burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Count Crackovieninski (Polish nobleman devoted to field sports): Worrell
Kickerwhiski (Count's "first whip, " a basse taille devoted to the Italian opera): Paul J. Bedford
Masourki (basket maker, devoted to the bottle): [Edward R.] Wright
Ivan (villager, devoted to Terpsichore): [James H.] Munyard
Monsieur Coupee (French maitre de ballets, devoted to the Graces): C[hristopher] J. Smith
Strelenski (blind musician devoted to his fiddle): [William] Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski (very noble lady with a slight infirmity of temper, devoted to legislation): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Masourka (Ivan's wife, devoted to dancing): 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 Penson
      Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
      Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
      Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur
      Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor
      Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur
      Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
      Freeborn
      Waye
      Butler
Cossacks:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Glennaire
      Lindon

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22 October 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
21 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 21 October 1847; Next 23 October 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

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

Performances:  First 21 October 1847; Previous 21 October 1847; Next 23 October 1847

Cast:

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Masourki: [Edward R.] Wright
Ivan: [James H.] Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Strelenski: [William] Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Masourka: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur
Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor
Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur
Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
      Freeborn
      Waye
      Butler
Cossacks:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Glennaire
      Lindon

23 October 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
21 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 22 October 1847; Next 25 October 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

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

Performances:  First 21 October 1847; Previous 22 October 1847; Next 25 October 1847

Cast:

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Masourki: [Edward R.] Wright
Ivan: [James H.] Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Strelenski: [William] Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Masourka: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur
Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor
Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur
Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
      Freeborn
      Waye
      Butler
Cossacks:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Glennaire
      Lindon

25 October 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 October 1847
playbill
London Theatre Museum

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 23 October 1847; Next 26 October 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

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

Performances:  First 21 October 1847; Previous 23 October 1847; Next 27 October 1847

Cast:

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Masourki: [Edward R.] Wright
Ivan: [James H.] Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Strelenski: [William] Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Masourka: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur
Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor
Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur
Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
      Freeborn
      Waye
      Butler
Cossacks:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Glennaire
      Lindon

26 October 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 October 1847
playbill
London Theatre Museum

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 25 October 1847; Next 27 October 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (37)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 20 October 1847; Next 28 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (44)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 20 October 1847; Next 28 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

27 October 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 October 1847
playbill
London Theatre Museum

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 26 October 1847; Next 28 October 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

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

Performances:  First 21 October 1847; Previous 25 October 1847; Next 29 October 1847

Cast:

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Masourki: [Edward R.] Wright
Ivan: [James H.] Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Strelenski: [William] Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Masourka: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur
Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor
Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur
Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
      Freeborn
      Waye
      Butler
Cossacks:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Glennaire
      Lindon

28 October 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 27 October 1847; Next 29 October 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (38)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 26 October 1847; Next 30 October 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (45)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 26 October 1847; Next 30 October 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

29 October 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
28 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 28 October 1847; Next 30 October 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

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

Performances:  First 21 October 1847; Previous 27 October 1847; Next 1 November 1847

Cast:

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Masourki: [Edward R.] Wright
Ivan: [James H.] Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Strelenski: [William] Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Masourka: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur
Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor
Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur
Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
      Freeborn
      Waye
      Butler
Cossacks:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Glennaire
      Lindon

30 October 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
28 October 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 29 October 1847; Next 1 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (39)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 28 October 1847; Next 2 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (46)

Title Comment:  Times adv reverses order of 2d & 3d pcs

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 28 October 1847; Next 2 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

1 November 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1847
playbill
London Theatre Museum

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 30 October 1847; Next 2 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

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

Performances:  First 21 October 1847; Previous 29 October 1847; Next 3 November 1847

Cast:

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Masourki: [Edward R.] Wright
Ivan: [James H.] Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Strelenski: [William] Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Masourka: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur
Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor
Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur
Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
      Freeborn
      Waye
      Butler
Cossacks:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Glennaire
      Lindon

Title: General Commentary


2 November 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1847
playbill
London Theatre Museum

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 1 November 1847; Next 3 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (40)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 30 October 1847; Next 4 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (47)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 30 October 1847; Next 4 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

3 November 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1847
playbill
London Theatre Museum

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 2 November 1847; Next 4 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Miss Turner
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
servant to Madame St. Aubert: Glennaire
Madame St. Aubert: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Evelleen: Miss Robins
Mrs. Gong: Miss Turner
Meg: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Louise: Miss Bell

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

Performances:  First 21 October 1847; Previous 1 November 1847; Next 5 November 1847

Cast:

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Masourki: [Edward R.] Wright
Ivan: [James H.] Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Strelenski: [William] Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Masourka: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur
Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor
Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur
Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
      Freeborn
      Waye
      Butler
Cossacks:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Glennaire
      Lindon

4 November 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 3 November 1847; Next 5 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
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

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Gong: Mrs. Worrell (replaces Miss Turner)
  Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell (replaces Miss Turner)

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (41)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 2 November 1847; Next 6 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (48)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 2 November 1847; Next 6 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

5 November 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 4 November 1847; Next 6 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
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

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

Performances:  First 21 October 1847; Previous 3 November 1847; Next 8 November 1847

Cast:

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Masourki: [Edward R.] Wright
Ivan: [James H.] Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Strelenski: [William] Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Masourka: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur
Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor
Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur
Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
      Freeborn
      Waye
      Butler
Cossacks:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Glennaire
      Lindon

6 November 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 5 November 1847; Next 8 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
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

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (42)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 4 November 1847; Next 9 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (49)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 4 November 1847; Next 9 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Redmond Ryan
postman: Lindon
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

8 November 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 6 November 1847; Next 9 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
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

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

Performances:  First 21 October 1847; Previous 5 November 1847; Next 10 November 1847

Cast:

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Masourki: [Edward R.] Wright
Ivan: [James H.] Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Strelenski: [William] Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Masourka: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur
Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor
Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur
Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
      Freeborn
      Waye
      Butler
Cossacks:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Glennaire
      Lindon

9 November 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 8 November 1847; Next 10 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
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

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (43)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 6 November 1847; Next 11 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (50)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 6 November 1847; Next 11 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

Cast Changes:

BUT  Barney Twill: Lindon (replaces Redmond Ryan)
  postman: Cox (replaces Lindon)

10 November 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 9 November 1847; Next 11 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
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

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

Performances:  First 21 October 1847; Previous 8 November 1847; Next 12 November 1847

Cast:

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Masourki: [Edward R.] Wright
Ivan: [James H.] Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Strelenski: [William] Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Masourka: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur
Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor
Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur
Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
      Freeborn
      Waye
      Butler
Cossacks:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Glennaire
      Lindon

11 November 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 10 November 1847; Next 12 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
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

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (44)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 9 November 1847; Next 13 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (51)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 9 November 1847; Next 13 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

12 November 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 11 November 1847; Next 13 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
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

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

Performances:  First 21 October 1847; Previous 10 November 1847; Next 15 November 1847

Cast:

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Masourki: [Edward R.] Wright
Ivan: [James H.] Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Strelenski: [William] Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Masourka: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur
Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor
Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur
Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
      Freeborn
      Waye
      Butler
Cossacks:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Glennaire
      Lindon

13 November 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 12 November 1847; Next 15 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
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

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (45)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 11 November 1847; Next 16 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (52)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 11 November 1847; Next 16 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

15 November 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 13 November 1847; Next 16 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
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

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

Performances:  First 21 October 1847; Previous 12 November 1847; Next 17 November 1847

Cast:

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Masourki: [Edward R.] Wright
Ivan: [James H.] Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Strelenski: [William] Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Masourka: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur
Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor
Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur
Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
      Freeborn
      Waye
      Butler
Cossacks:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Glennaire
      Lindon

16 November 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 15 November 1847; Next 17 November 1847

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
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

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (46)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 13 November 1847; Next 18 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

Title: General Commentary

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (53)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 13 November 1847; Next 18 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

17 November 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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

Performances:  First 18 October 1847; Previous 16 November 1847; Next 10 May 1848

Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Boyce
George O'Kennedy: [Henry] Stoker
Wild Murtogh: O. Smith
Paddy Kelly: Sanders
Ned Keogh: Lindon
Darby Donovan: Thomas
Tim O'Toole: Morgan
Geraldine: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Nelly O'Neil: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Captain Dartois: Worrell
Muster Grinnidge: [Edward R.] Wright
Jack Gong: Paul J. Bedford
Little Bear: [William] Mitchenson
Rattlesnake: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Miami: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Tigertail: Mrs. Worrell
Dennis: [William] Cullenford
Tom Williams: Morgan
Larry: Waye
servant to George: Thomas
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

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

Performances:  First 21 October 1847; Previous 15 November 1847

Cast:

Count Crackovieninski: Worrell
Kickerwhiski: Paul J. Bedford
Masourki: [Edward R.] Wright
Ivan: [James H.] Munyard
Monsieur Coupee: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Strelenski: [William] Cullenford
Countess Crackovieninski: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Masourka: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Yelva: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Eoline: Miss Fleming
Fleur de Rose: Miss Aldridge
Fleur de Genet: Miss Harrison
Fleur de Resida: Miss Penson
Fleur d'Orange: Miss Pritchett
Fleur de Lis: Miss Louise
Fleur de Piquerette: Miss LeLacheur
Fleur de Marguerite: Miss Taylor
Fleur de Giroflee: Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Fleur de Violette: Miss C. LeLacheur
Fleur de Tulipe: Miss Johnson
Polish noblemen:
      Freeborn
      Waye
      Butler
Cossacks:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Glennaire
      Lindon

18 November 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Richard B. Peake; Composer: Alfred Mellon

Author Commentary:  "by author of The Sheriff of the County, Title Deeds and The Climbing Boy" (bill); "The last production of the late Richard B. Peake, Esq." (bill)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Next 19 November 1847

Genre:  (Drama) new and original drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol (young Irish gentleman on his travels): Boyce
Major Dunmore (English officer): Worrell
Marques di Mincio (an old Italian fop): Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny (French officer): Lambert
Finisterre (a Biscayan): C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne (a lawyer of Milan): O. Smith
Bob Bit (English groom to O'Carrol): [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli (page to O'Carrol): [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli (celebrated Italian prima donna): Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna (Neapolitan lady): Miss Brooks
(the grand fete and carnival of Naples)
      Punch: [William] Mitchenson
      Cupid: Master Sydney
      Harlequin: Sanders
      the devil: Glennaire
      the grand sultan: Freeborn
      the sultana: Miss Fleming
      Terpsichore: Miss Louise
      dancers:
            Miss Simpson
            Miss Johnson
            Miss Aldridge
            Miss LeLacheur
            Miss C. LeLacheur
            Miss Louise
            Miss Penson
            Mrs. Glennaire
            Miss Bennett
            Miss Pritchett
            Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      masks:
            Miss Hunt
            Mrs. Emsley
            Miss Harrison
            Miss Taylor
            Miss Aubery
      fishermen:
            Braithwaite
            Hamblin
            Genge
            Conran
            Aldridge
            Morgan
            Thomas
            Jones
Donovan (steward of the O'Carrol estate): [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan (landlord of the O'Carrol Arms): Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta (sister of O'Carrol): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

Dance

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (47)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 16 November 1847; Next 19 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (54)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 16 November 1847; Next 19 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  Shocking Events (1)

Author: [John B. Buckstone]

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Next 19 November 1847

Genre:  (Farce) farce

First Night Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

19 November 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (2)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 18 November 1847; Next 20 November 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      Genge
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (48)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 18 November 1847; Next 20 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (55)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 18 November 1847; Next 20 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  Shocking Events (2)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 18 November 1847; Next 20 November 1847

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

20 November 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (3)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 19 November 1847; Next 22 November 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      Genge
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (49)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 19 November 1847; Next 22 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (56)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 19 November 1847; Next 22 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  Shocking Events (3)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 19 November 1847; Next 22 November 1847

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

22 November 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (4)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 20 November 1847; Next 23 November 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      Genge
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

Cast Changes:

ADDS  dancers: Miss Bell
OMITS  dancers: Miss Bennett

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (50)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 20 November 1847; Next 23 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (57)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 20 November 1847; Next 23 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  Shocking Events (4)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 20 November 1847; Next 23 November 1847

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

23 November 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (5)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 22 November 1847; Next 24 November 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      Genge
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (51)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 22 November 1847; Next 24 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (58)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 22 November 1847; Next 24 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  Shocking Events (5)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 22 November 1847; Next 24 November 1847

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

24 November 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (6)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 23 November 1847; Next 25 November 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      Genge
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (52)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 23 November 1847; Next 25 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (59)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 23 November 1847; Next 25 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  Shocking Events (6)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 23 November 1847; Next 25 November 1847

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

25 November 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (7)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 24 November 1847; Next 26 November 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      Genge
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (53)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 24 November 1847; Next 26 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (60)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 24 November 1847; Next 26 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  Shocking Events (7)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 24 November 1847; Next 26 November 1847

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

26 November 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (8)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 25 November 1847; Next 27 November 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      Genge
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (54)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 25 November 1847; Next 27 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (61)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 25 November 1847; Next 27 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  Shocking Events (8)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 25 November 1847; Next 27 November 1847

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

27 November 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (9)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 26 November 1847; Next 29 November 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      Genge
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (55)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 26 November 1847; Next 29 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (62)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 26 November 1847; Next 29 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  Shocking Events (9)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 26 November 1847; Next 29 November 1847

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

29 November 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (10)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 27 November 1847; Next 30 November 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      George
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

Cast Changes:

ADDS  fishermen: George
OMITS  fishermen: Genge

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (56)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 27 November 1847; Next 30 November 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (63)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 27 November 1847; Next 30 November 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  Shocking Events (10)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 27 November 1847; Next 30 November 1847

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

30 November 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (11)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 29 November 1847; Next 1 December 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      George
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (57)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 29 November 1847; Next 1 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (64)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 29 November 1847; Next 1 December 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  Shocking Events (11)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 29 November 1847; Next 1 December 1847

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

1 December 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (12)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 30 November 1847; Next 2 December 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      George
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (58)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 30 November 1847; Next 2 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (65)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 30 November 1847; Next 2 December 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  Shocking Events (12)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 30 November 1847; Next 7 February 1848

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

2 December 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (13)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 1 December 1847; Next 3 December 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      George
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (59)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 1 December 1847; Next 3 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (66)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 1 December 1847; Next 3 December 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  A Nabob for an Hour (1)

Title Comment:  adpt from Scribe L'oncle d'Amerique

Author: [John Poole]

Performances:  First 2 December 1847; Next 3 December 1847

Genre:  (Farce) farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Frampton: Worrell
Sam Hobbs: Lambert
Dick Dumpy: [James H.] Munyard
Miss Emma Leslie: Miss E[mma] Harding
Nancy Scraggs: Mrs. Frank Matthews
 

3 December 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (14)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 2 December 1847; Next 4 December 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      George
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (60)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 2 December 1847; Next 4 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (67)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 2 December 1847; Next 4 December 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  A Nabob for an Hour (2)

Performances:  First 2 December 1847; Previous 2 December 1847; Next 4 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Frampton: Worrell
Sam Hobbs: Lambert
Dick Dumpy: [James H.] Munyard
Miss Emma Leslie: Miss Emma Harding
Nancy Scraggs: Mrs. Frank Matthews
 

4 December 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (15)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 3 December 1847; Next 6 December 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      George
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (61)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 3 December 1847; Next 6 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (68)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 3 December 1847; Next 6 December 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

4)  A Nabob for an Hour (3)

Performances:  First 2 December 1847; Previous 3 December 1847; Next 3 February 1848

Cast:

Mr. Frampton: Worrell
Sam Hobbs: Lambert
Dick Dumpy: [James H.] Munyard
Miss Emma Leslie: Miss Emma Harding
Nancy Scraggs: Mrs. Frank Matthews
 

6 December 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (16)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 4 December 1847; Next 7 December 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      George
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

Title: General Commentary

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Joseph S. Coyne]

Author Commentary:  bill: "by author of How to Settle Accounts with your Laundress"

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Next 7 December 1847

Genre:  (Farce) new and original farce

First Night Cast:

Turnem Green (dyer and scourer): [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills (his nephew): [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage (a country actor): Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock (the Head Constable): [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Scenery Description

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (62)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 4 December 1847; Next 7 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

4)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (69)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 4 December 1847; Next 7 December 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

7 December 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (17)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 6 December 1847; Next 8 December 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      George
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (2)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 6 December 1847; Next 8 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (63)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 6 December 1847; Next 8 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

4)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (70)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 6 December 1847; Next 8 December 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

8 December 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (18)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 7 December 1847; Next 9 December 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      George
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (3)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 7 December 1847; Next 9 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (64)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 7 December 1847; Next 9 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

4)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (71)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 7 December 1847; Next 9 December 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

9 December 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (19)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 8 December 1847; Next 10 December 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      George
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (4)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 8 December 1847; Next 10 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (65)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 8 December 1847; Next 10 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

4)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (72)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 8 December 1847; Next 10 December 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

10 December 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (20)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 9 December 1847; Next 11 December 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      George
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (5)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 9 December 1847; Next 11 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (66)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 9 December 1847; Next 11 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

4)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (73)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 9 December 1847; Next 11 December 1847

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

11 December 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Gabrielli; or, The Bequeathed Heart (21)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 10 December 1847

Cast:

Fitzgerald O'Carrol: Boyce
Major Dunmore: Worrell
Marques di Mincio: Paul J. Bedford
Captain Charmigny: Lambert
Finisterre: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Balthazar Valdarne: O. Smith
Bob Bit: [Edward R.] Wright
Giacomelli: [James H.] Munyard
Domeneque: Butler
Gabrielli: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Signora D'Ossuna: Miss Brooks
Punch: [William] Mitchenson
Cupid: Master Sydney
Harlequin: Sanders
the devil: Glennaire
the grand sultan: Freeborn
the sultana: Miss Fleming
Terpsichore: Miss Louise
dancers:
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Louise
      Miss Penson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bell
masks:
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
fishermen:
      Braithwaite
      Hamblin
      Conran
      Aldridge
      Morgan
      Thomas
      Jones
      George
Donovan: [William] Cullenford
Hoolagan: Waye
Tim: Lindon
farmer: Glennaire
Mrs. O'Carrol: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Henrietta: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Shela: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Norah: Miss Emma Harding
Katty: Miss Marian A. Taylor

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (6)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 10 December 1847; Next 13 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (67)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 10 December 1847; Next 13 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

4)  How to Settle Accounts with Your Laundress (74)

Performances:  First 1 September 1847; Previous 10 December 1847; Next 5 June 1848

Cast:

Whittington Widgetts: [Edward R.] Wright
Jacob Brown: [James H.] Munyard
Barney Twill: Lindon
postman: Cox
waiter: [William] Mitchenson
Mary White: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mademoiselle Cheri Bounce: Miss Emma Harding

13 December 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Paul Pry (1)

Author: John Poole

Performances:  First 13 December 1847; Next 14 December 1847

Genre:  (Comedy) celebrated comedy; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Harry Stanley: Boyce
Witherton: [William] Cullenford
Colonel Hardy: Lambert
Somers: Worrell
Stanley: Thomas
Frank Hardy: [Henry] Stoker
Paul Pry: [Edward R.] Wright
Doubledot: Waye
Simon: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Lindon
Grasp: O. Smith
Eliza: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor
Marian: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Subtle: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Phoebe: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

Song

Scenery Description

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (7)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 11 December 1847; Next 14 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (68)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 11 December 1847; Next 14 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

14 December 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Paul Pry (2)

Performances:  First 13 December 1847; Previous 13 December 1847; Next 15 December 1847

Cast:

Harry Stanley: Boyce
Witherton: [William] Cullenford
Colonel Hardy: Lambert
Somers: Worrell
Stanley: Thomas
Frank Hardy: [Henry] Stoker
Paul Pry: [Edward R.] Wright
Doubledot: Waye
Simon: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Lindon
Grasp: O. Smith
Eliza: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Marian: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Subtle: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Phoebe: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (8)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 13 December 1847; Next 15 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (69)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 13 December 1847; Next 15 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

15 December 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  Paul Pry (3)

Performances:  First 13 December 1847; Previous 14 December 1847; Next 16 December 1847

Cast:

Harry Stanley: Boyce
Witherton: [William] Cullenford
Colonel Hardy: Lambert
Somers: Worrell
Stanley: Thomas
Frank Hardy: [Henry] Stoker
Paul Pry: [Edward R.] Wright
Doubledot: Waye
Simon: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Lindon
Grasp: O. Smith
Eliza: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Marian: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Subtle: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Phoebe: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (9)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 14 December 1847; Next 16 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (70)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 14 December 1847; Next 16 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

16 December 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 December 1847
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Paul Pry (4)

Performances:  First 13 December 1847; Previous 15 December 1847; Next 17 December 1847

Cast:

Harry Stanley: Boyce
Witherton: [William] Cullenford
Colonel Hardy: Lambert
Somers: Worrell
Stanley: Thomas
Frank Hardy: [Henry] Stoker
Paul Pry: [Edward R.] Wright
Doubledot: Waye
Simon: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Lindon
Grasp: O. Smith
Eliza: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Marian: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Subtle: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Phoebe: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (10)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 15 December 1847; Next 17 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (71)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 15 December 1847; Next 17 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

17 December 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 December 1847
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Paul Pry (5)

Performances:  First 13 December 1847; Previous 16 December 1847; Next 18 December 1847

Cast:

Harry Stanley: Boyce
Witherton: [William] Cullenford
Colonel Hardy: Lambert
Somers: Worrell
Stanley: Thomas
Frank Hardy: [Henry] Stoker
Paul Pry: [Edward R.] Wright
Doubledot: Waye
Simon: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Lindon
Grasp: O. Smith
Eliza: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Marian: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Subtle: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Phoebe: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (11)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 16 December 1847; Next 18 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (72)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 16 December 1847; Next 18 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

18 December 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 December 1847
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Paul Pry (6)

Performances:  First 13 December 1847; Previous 17 December 1847

Cast:

Harry Stanley: Boyce
Witherton: [William] Cullenford
Colonel Hardy: Lambert
Somers: Worrell
Stanley: Thomas
Frank Hardy: [Henry] Stoker
Paul Pry: [Edward R.] Wright
Doubledot: Waye
Simon: C[hristopher] J. Smith
servant: Lindon
Grasp: O. Smith
Eliza: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Marian: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Subtle: Mrs. [Frederick H.] Yates
Phoebe: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (12)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 17 December 1847; Next 20 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (73)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 17 December 1847; Next 20 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

20 December 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Charles Selby; Composer: Alfred Mellon; Choreographer: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

Author Commentary:  bill: by author of Taming a Tartar and The Phantom Dancers

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Next 21 December 1847

Genre:  (Burlesque) entirely new, original, romantic, pantomimical, musical tale of enchantment; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Florimond (youthful and romantic Prince of the Pearl Islands, in the absence of Mrs. Woffington and Mrs. Clive): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor (Khan of Circassia, in the absence of Mr. Parsons and Mr. King): Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg (a great ambassador and plenipotentiary, in the absence of Mr. Mossop and Mr. Reddish): Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski (a handsome young pearl diver, in the absence of Mess. Shuter, Dodd, Foote): [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo (an eastern remembrancer, in the absence of the elder Grimaldi and Mons. Delpini): [James H.] Munyard
Hamet (proprietor of an oyster bed, or pearl walk, in the absence of Mr. Powell): Glennaire
Grimgrowlino (an old and crabbed pearl diver, in the absence of Mr. Woodward and Mr. Fisher): [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki (fine gentleman of the Pearl Islands, chamberlain to Prince Florimond, in the absence of Mr. Lamash and Mr. Baddeley): Worrell
(two more fine gentlemen of the Pearl Islands, in the absence of Messrs. Cautherly and Davis)
      Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
      Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants (in the absence of Messrs. Smith, Brown, Jones, Robinson):
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare (beautiful young princess of Circassia, in the absence of Mrs. Bracegirdle and Mrs. Oldfield): Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee (her nurse, in the absence of Miss Pope and Mrs. Mattocks): Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina (young peasant girl of the Pearl Islands, in the absence of Mrs. Baddeley and Miss Catley): Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies (in the absence of Mesdames Smith, Brown, Jones, Robinson):
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Mrs. Glennaire
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Coralie (mermaiden, in the absence of no one, being the first time of the character being seen on the stage): Mme. [Céline] Céleste
(mermaidens, sisters to Coralie)
      Zurline: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor
      Undine: Miss Turner
      Argentine: Miss Woulds
      Christoline: Miss Emsley
      Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina (the witch of the whirlpool, in the absence of Mr. Bulkley): C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag (a nondescript, or merman, in the absence of Messrs. Henderson and Bensley): [William] Mitchenson

Artistic Supervision

Song

Dance

Dance Commentary

Spectacle

Scenery Description

Costume Credits Commentary

Other Production Credits

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (13)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 18 December 1847; Next 21 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (74)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 18 December 1847; Next 21 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

Cast Commentary


21 December 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (2)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 20 December 1847; Next 22 December 1847

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (14)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 20 December 1847; Next 22 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (75)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 20 December 1847; Next 22 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

22 December 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (3)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 21 December 1847; Next 23 December 1847

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (15)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 21 December 1847; Next 23 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (76)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 21 December 1847; Next 23 December 1847

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

23 December 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (4)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 22 December 1847; Next 27 December 1847

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (16)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 22 December 1847; Next 30 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (77)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 22 December 1847; Next 4 January 1848

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

24 December 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Eve


25 December 1847
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Day

Illustration: Legrand, Paul (1816-1898): Mime  [1st Performance Dec 27, 1847]


 
Title:Legrand, Paul (1816-1898): Mime
Description:Legrand, Paul (1816-1898): When Jean Gaspard died, Legrand took on the role of Pierrot, helping change him into the sentimental, tearful figure of modern times.  He was the first French mime to perform in England, choosing the Adelphi in 1847.
1st Performance:Dec 27, 1847
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Legrand, Dec 27, 1847, p. 2

Illustration: Legrand, Paul (1816-1898): Mime  [1st Performance Dec 27, 1847]


 
Title:Legrand, Paul (1816-1898): Mime
Description:Legrand, Paul (1816-1898): Made his debut in 1839.  He joined the company at the Théâtre des Funamules under the great mime, Jean Gaspard Debureau.  He played roles he was not enthusiastic about, but when his master died, he donned the white blouse and wide pantaloons of Pierrot.  He appeared at the Adelphi in the 1847-48 season in two roles--one a mute and the other his beloved Pierrot.
1st Performance:Dec 27, 1847
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Legrand, Dec 27, 1847

27 December 1847
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1847
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (5)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 23 December 1847; Next 28 December 1847

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever in England

Author: [Benjamin N. Webster]; Composer: Alfred Mellon

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Next 28 December 1847

Genre:  (Comic pantomime) Italian pantomime; 2 parts, 11 tableaux

First Night Cast:

Fairy Gourmande (nearly related to Gargantua, godmother of Pierrot): Miss Robins
Pierrot (child of Italian comedy nearly related to Arlequin and Columbine of Bergamo, cousin to Brighella and the grave Polichinello, intimate friend of the Venetian pantaloon): Mons. Paul Legrand (1st time in England)
Polichinello (the gay single fellow): C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

Artistic Supervision

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description


28 December 1847
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1847
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (6)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 27 December 1847; Next 29 December 1847

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (2)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 27 December 1847; Next 29 December 1847

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Miss Robins
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

29 December 1847
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1847
playbill
Folger Shakespeare Library

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (7)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 28 December 1847; Next 30 December 1847

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (3)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 28 December 1847; Next 30 December 1847

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Miss Robins
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

30 December 1847
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (8)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 29 December 1847; Next 31 December 1847

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (17)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 23 December 1847; Next 31 December 1847

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

Cast Changes:

BUT  Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin (replaces Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar)

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (4)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 29 December 1847; Next 31 December 1847

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

Cast Changes:

BUT  Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley (replaces Miss Robins)
  Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur (replaces Miss LeLacheur)

Scenery Description


31 December 1847
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (9)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 30 December 1847; Next 1 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (18)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 30 December 1847; Next 1 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (5)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 30 December 1847; Next 1 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

1 January 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 December 1847
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (10)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 31 December 1847; Next 3 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (19)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 31 December 1847; Next 3 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (6)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 31 December 1847; Next 3 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

3 January 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (11)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 1 January 1848; Next 4 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (20)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 1 January 1848; Next 5 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (7)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 1 January 1848; Next 4 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

4 January 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (12)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 3 January 1848; Next 5 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (78)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 23 December 1847; Next 6 January 1848

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (8)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 3 January 1848; Next 5 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

5 January 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (13)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 4 January 1848; Next 6 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (21)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 3 January 1848; Next 7 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (9)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 4 January 1848; Next 6 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

6 January 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (14)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 5 January 1848; Next 7 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (79)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 4 January 1848; Next 8 January 1848

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (10)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 5 January 1848; Next 7 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

7 January 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (15)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 6 January 1848; Next 8 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (22)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 5 January 1848; Next 10 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (11)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 6 January 1848; Next 8 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

8 January 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (16)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 7 January 1848; Next 10 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (80)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 6 January 1848; Next 11 January 1848

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (12)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 7 January 1848; Next 10 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

10 January 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (17)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 8 January 1848; Next 11 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (23)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 7 January 1848; Next 12 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (13)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 8 January 1848; Next 11 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

11 January 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (18)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 10 January 1848; Next 12 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (81)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 8 January 1848; Next 13 January 1848

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (14)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 10 January 1848; Next 12 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

12 January 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (19)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 11 January 1848; Next 13 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (24)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 10 January 1848; Next 14 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (15)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 11 January 1848; Next 13 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

13 January 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (20)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 12 January 1848; Next 14 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (82)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 11 January 1848; Next 15 January 1848

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (16)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 12 January 1848; Next 14 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

14 January 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
13 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (21)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 13 January 1848; Next 15 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (25)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 12 January 1848; Next 17 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (17)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 13 January 1848; Next 15 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

15 January 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (22)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 14 January 1848; Next 17 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (83)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 13 January 1848; Next 18 January 1848

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (18)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 14 January 1848; Next 17 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

17 January 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (23)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 15 January 1848; Next 18 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (26)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 14 January 1848; Next 19 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (19)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 15 January 1848; Next 18 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

18 January 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (24)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 17 January 1848; Next 19 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (84)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 15 January 1848; Next 20 January 1848

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (20)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 17 January 1848; Next 19 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

19 January 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (25)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 18 January 1848; Next 20 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (27)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 17 January 1848; Next 21 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (21)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 18 January 1848; Next 20 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

20 January 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (26)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 19 January 1848; Next 21 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (85)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 18 January 1848; Next 22 January 1848

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (22)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 19 January 1848; Next 21 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

21 January 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (27)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 20 January 1848; Next 22 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (28)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 19 January 1848; Next 24 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (23)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 20 January 1848; Next 22 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

22 January 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (28)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 21 January 1848; Next 24 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (86)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 20 January 1848; Next 25 January 1848

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (24)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 21 January 1848; Next 24 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

24 January 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (29)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 22 January 1848; Next 25 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (29)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 21 January 1848; Next 26 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (25)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 22 January 1848; Next 25 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

25 January 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (30)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 24 January 1848; Next 26 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  This House to Be Sold: (The Property of the Late William Shakspeare), Inquire Within (87)

Performances:  First 9 September 1847; Previous 22 January 1848

Cast:

Mr. Chatterton Chopkins: [Edward R.] Wright
Grimshaw: [William] Cullenford
Tiffin: Worrell
Mrs. Jarrett: Mrs. Frank Matthews
William Shakspeare: O. Smith
Othello: Paul J. Bedford
Hamlet: [James H.] Munyard
Shylock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Falstaff: Glennaire
Macbeth: Aldridge
Polonius: Waye
Ghost: Sanders
Francis: [William] Mitchenson
Romeo: Miss Harrison
Master Slender: Lindon
Richard the Third: Conran
King John: Freeborn
Prospero: Morgan
Caliban: Thomas
Touchstone: Butler
Prince Arthur: Master Sydney
Desdemona: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Lady Macbeth: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Dame Quickly: Miss Brooks
Mrs. Page: Mrs. Hunt
Mrs. Ford: Miss C. LeLacheur
Juliet: Miss Taylor
Ariel: Mrs. Emsley
Audrey: Miss Aldridge
Tragedy: Mrs. Glennaire
Comedy: Miss Johnson
spirit of poetry: Miss Robins
fairies:
      Mrs. Vernon
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Bell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss Francies
      Miss Morgan
      Miss Wellans
      Miss Green

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (26)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 24 January 1848; Next 26 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

26 January 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (31)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 25 January 1848; Next 27 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  The Tipperary Legacy (30)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 24 January 1848; Next 27 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3)  Pierrot, the Married Man and Polichinello, the Gay Single Fellow (27)

Performances:  First 27 December 1847; Previous 25 January 1848

Cast:

Fairy Gourmande: Mrs. Emsley
Pierrot: Mons. Paul Legrand
Polichinello: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Cassandra: Glennaire
notary: Aldridge
doctor: [William] Mitchenson
Signora Cassandra: Mrs. Worrell
Pierrette: Miss Fleming
Bettina: Miss Johnson
Maria: Miss C. LeLacheur
bridesmaids, peasants, serjeants of police, soldiers: [Unlisted]

27 January 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (32)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 26 January 1848; Next 28 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Joseph S. Coyne]

Author Commentary:  bill: by the author of Tipperary Legacy sometimes ascribed to Benjamin N. Webster

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Next 28 January 1848

Genre:  (Farce) new and original farce

First Night Cast:

Major Snapdragon (of the Cockshot Yeomany Cavalry): Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron (pupil of the Polytechnic School): Mme. [Céline] Céleste
(Major Snapdragon's servants)
      Simon Marrofat (gardener): [Edward R.] Wright
      Jeffrey Geeup (coachman): Paul J. Bedford
      Dick: Lindon
      John (footman): Sanders
      James (footman): Morgan
      Sam (groom): [William] Mitchenson
      Peter (steward): Braithwaite
      Thomas (porter): Aldridge
      Bob (stable boy): Woodward
Doctor Buzbee (master of "Birchin-House Academy"): Waye
(pupils of Doctor Buzbee's Academy)
      Bowles: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor
      Figgins: Miss Fleming
      Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
      Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
      Pepper: Miss Turner
      Brown: Miss Brooks
      Bunday: Miss Johnson
      Sniffle: Miss Harrison
      Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (31)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 26 January 1848; Next 28 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

28 January 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (33)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 27 January 1848; Next 29 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (2)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 27 January 1848; Next 29 January 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (32)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 27 January 1848; Next 29 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

29 January 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (34)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 28 January 1848; Next 31 January 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (3)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 28 January 1848; Next 31 January 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (33)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 28 January 1848; Next 31 January 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

31 January 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (35)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 29 January 1848; Next 1 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (4)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 29 January 1848; Next 1 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (34)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 29 January 1848; Next 1 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

1 February 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (36)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 31 January 1848; Next 2 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (5)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 31 January 1848; Next 2 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (35)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 31 January 1848; Next 2 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

2 February 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (37)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 1 February 1848; Next 3 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (6)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 1 February 1848; Next 3 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (36)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 1 February 1848; Next 14 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3 February 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (38)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 2 February 1848; Next 4 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (7)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 2 February 1848; Next 4 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  A Nabob for an Hour (4)

Performances:  First 2 December 1847; Previous 4 December 1847; Next 4 February 1848

Cast:

Mr. Frampton: Worrell
Sam Hobbs: Lambert
Dick Dumpy: [James H.] Munyard
Miss Emma Leslie: Miss Emma Harding
Nancy Scraggs: Mrs. Frank Matthews
 

4 February 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (39)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 3 February 1848; Next 5 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (8)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 3 February 1848; Next 5 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  A Nabob for an Hour (5)

Performances:  First 2 December 1847; Previous 3 February 1848; Next 5 February 1848

Cast:

Mr. Frampton: Worrell
Sam Hobbs: Lambert
Dick Dumpy: [James H.] Munyard
Miss Emma Leslie: Miss Emma Harding
Nancy Scraggs: Mrs. Frank Matthews
 

5 February 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (40)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 4 February 1848; Next 7 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (9)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 4 February 1848; Next 7 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  A Nabob for an Hour (6)

Performances:  First 2 December 1847; Previous 4 February 1848

Cast:

Mr. Frampton: Worrell
Sam Hobbs: Lambert
Dick Dumpy: [James H.] Munyard
Miss Emma Leslie: Miss Emma Harding
Nancy Scraggs: Mrs. Frank Matthews
 

7 February 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (41)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 5 February 1848; Next 8 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (10)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 5 February 1848; Next 8 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  Shocking Events (13)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 1 December 1847; Next 8 February 1848

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

8 February 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (42)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 7 February 1848; Next 9 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (11)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 7 February 1848; Next 9 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  Shocking Events (14)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 7 February 1848; Next 9 February 1848

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

9 February 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (43)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 8 February 1848; Next 10 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (12)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 8 February 1848; Next 10 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  Shocking Events (15)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 8 February 1848; Next 10 February 1848

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

10 February 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (44)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 9 February 1848; Next 11 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (13)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 9 February 1848; Next 11 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  Shocking Events (16)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 9 February 1848; Next 11 February 1848

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

General, Advertisement


11 February 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
10 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (45)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 10 February 1848; Next 12 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (14)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 10 February 1848; Next 12 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  Shocking Events (17)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 10 February 1848; Next 12 February 1848

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

12 February 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (46)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 11 February 1848; Next 14 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (15)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 11 February 1848; Next 14 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  Shocking Events (18)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 11 February 1848; Next 16 March 1848

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

14 February 1848
Monday  Matinee
Adelphi
14 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


14 February 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (47)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 12 February 1848; Next 15 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (16)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 12 February 1848; Next 15 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (37)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 2 February 1848; Next 15 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

15 February 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (48)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 14 February 1848; Next 16 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (17)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 14 February 1848; Next 16 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (38)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 14 February 1848; Next 16 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

16 February 1848
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
14 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


16 February 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (49)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 15 February 1848; Next 17 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (18)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 15 February 1848; Next 17 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (39)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 15 February 1848; Next 17 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

17 February 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (50)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 16 February 1848; Next 18 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (19)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 16 February 1848; Next 18 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (40)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 16 February 1848; Next 18 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

18 February 1848
Friday  Matinee
Adelphi
14 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


18 February 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (51)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 17 February 1848; Next 19 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (20)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 17 February 1848; Next 19 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (41)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 17 February 1848; Next 19 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

19 February 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (52)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 18 February 1848; Next 21 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Mrs. Glennaire
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (21)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 18 February 1848; Next 21 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (42)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 18 February 1848; Next 21 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

21 February 1848
Monday  Matinee
Adelphi
21 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


21 February 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (53)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 19 February 1848; Next 22 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

Cast Changes:

OMITS  attendant ladies: Mrs. Glennaire

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (22)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 19 February 1848; Next 22 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (43)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 19 February 1848; Next 22 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

22 February 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (54)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 21 February 1848; Next 23 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (23)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 21 February 1848; Next 23 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (44)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 21 February 1848; Next 23 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

23 February 1848
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
21 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


23 February 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (55)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 22 February 1848; Next 24 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (24)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 22 February 1848; Next 24 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (45)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 22 February 1848; Next 24 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

24 February 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (56)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 23 February 1848; Next 25 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (25)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 23 February 1848; Next 25 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (46)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 23 February 1848; Next 25 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

25 February 1848
Friday  Matinee
Adelphi
24 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


25 February 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (57)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 24 February 1848; Next 26 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (26)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 24 February 1848; Next 26 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (47)

Title Comment:  LTM bill says every MWF M. Hermann's Magic Matinee

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 24 February 1848; Next 26 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

26 February 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (58)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 25 February 1848; Next 29 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (27)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 25 February 1848; Next 28 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (48)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 25 February 1848; Next 28 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

28 February 1848
Monday  Matinee
Adelphi
28 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


28 February 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (1)

Title Comment:  "By the author of The Green Bushes"

Author: [John B. Buckstone]; Composer: Edward F. Fitzwilliam; Composer: Alfred Mellon

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Next 1 March 1848

Genre:  (Melodrama) new and successful original drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred (his friend): Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John (a travelling auctioneer): [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert (a gamekeeper): Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
(Emma's handmaids)
      Abigail: Miss M[arian A.] Taylor
      Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
(gipsies, the Italian tribe)
      Ishmael or the Wolf (a Zingaro): O. Smith
      Pharos (his companion): Glennaire
      Zingari:
            Conran
            Thompson
            Jones
            Mrs. Emsley
            Miss Harrison
            Miss Aldridge
      Cynthia (a Zingara, daughter of Ishmael): Mme. [Céline] Céleste
(the English tribe)
      Lemuel (Gipsy boy): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
      the Kinchin (Gipsy thief): Paul J. Bedford
      the Nimmer: Sanders
      Reuben: Master Sydney
      Hagar (an old Gipsy): Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
      Elspy: Miss Louise
      Starlight Bess (basket-maker, fortune-teller, and ballad-singer): Miss Davenport (1st time here)
      Gipsies:
            Thomas
            Lindon
            Hunt
            Miss Woulds
            Mrs. Worrell
            Miss Simpson
            Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
            Miss LeLacheur
            Miss C. LeLacheur
            Miss Robins
            Miss Ford
            Miss Perkins
            Miss T. Perkins
            Miss Penson

Cast Commentary

Artistic Supervision

Song

Spectacle

Scenery Description

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (28)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 26 February 1848; Next 29 February 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (49)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 26 February 1848; Next 29 February 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

29 February 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (59)

Title Comment:  "positively the last time [i.e., 3 March]" (bill)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 26 February 1848; Next 3 March 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (29)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 28 February 1848; Next 1 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (50)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 28 February 1848; Next 1 March 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

1 March 1848
Wednesday  Matinee
Adelphi
28 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


1 March 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 February 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (2)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 28 February 1848; Next 2 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (30)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 29 February 1848; Next 2 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (51)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 29 February 1848; Next 2 March 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

2 March 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (3)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 1 March 1848; Next 4 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (31)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 1 March 1848; Next 3 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (52)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 1 March 1848; Next 3 March 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

3 March 1848
Friday  Matinee
Adelphi
2 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

Occasional: M. Herrman's Matinee Magic


3 March 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Pearl of the Ocean; or, The Prince and the Mermaiden (60)

Performances:  First 20 December 1847; Previous 29 February 1848

Cast:

Florimond: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Harounalraschid-Shiarah-Nourmahoul-Koo-i-nor: Waye
Muleypuleyfooleybeg: Paul J. Bedford
Winkiwhiski: [Edward R.] Wright
Pongowongo: [James H.] Munyard
Hamet: Glennaire
Grimgrowlino: [William] Cullenford
Kotokikiki: Worrell
Beppo: [Henry] Stoker
Ticho: Freeborn
gentlemen pearl divers and attendants:
      Thomas
      Freeborn
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Hamblin
      Braithwaite
      Sydney
      Lindon
      Sanders
      [E.?] St. Albyn
      Butler
Gulnare: Miss Emma Harding
Kiorooglee: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Foratina: Miss Ellen Chaplin
attendant ladies:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Brooks
      Miss Hunt
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Aubery
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Louise
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Bennett
      Miss Pritchett
      Miss Forrester
      Miss Penson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
Coralie: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Zurline: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Undine: Miss Turner
Argentine: Miss Woulds
Christoline: Miss Emsley
Lorelli: Miss Wilkins
Hagalina: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Zippyzugzag: [William] Mitchenson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (32)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 2 March 1848; Next 4 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (53)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 2 March 1848; Next 4 March 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

4 March 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (4)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 2 March 1848; Next 6 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (33)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 3 March 1848; Next 6 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (54)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 3 March 1848; Next 6 March 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

6 March 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (5)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 4 March 1848; Next 7 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (34)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 4 March 1848; Next 7 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (55)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 4 March 1848; Next 7 March 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

7 March 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (6)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 6 March 1848; Next 9 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (35)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 6 March 1848; Next 9 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (56)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 6 March 1848; Next 9 March 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

8 March 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Ash Wednesday


9 March 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (7)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 7 March 1848; Next 10 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (36)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 7 March 1848; Next 10 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (57)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 7 March 1848; Next 10 March 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

10 March 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (8)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 9 March 1848; Next 11 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (37)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 9 March 1848; Next 11 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (58)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 9 March 1848; Next 11 March 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

11 March 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (9)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 10 March 1848; Next 13 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (38)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 10 March 1848; Next 13 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (59)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 10 March 1848; Next 13 March 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

13 March 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (10)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 11 March 1848; Next 14 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (39)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 11 March 1848; Next 14 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (60)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 11 March 1848; Next 14 March 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

14 March 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (11)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 13 March 1848; Next 15 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (40)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 13 March 1848; Next 15 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (61)

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 13 March 1848; Next 15 March 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

15 March 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (12)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 14 March 1848; Next 16 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (41)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 14 March 1848; Next 16 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Tipperary Legacy (62)

Title Comment:  Times lists Nabob for an Hour here instead of this pc.

Performances:  First 6 December 1847; Previous 14 March 1848; Next 16 May 1848

Cast:

Turnem Green: [Edward R.] Wright
Bob Gills: [James H.] Munyard
Lanty Scrimmage: Paul J. Bedford
Chubblock: [William] Cullenford
policeman: Sanders
Lizzy Chubblock: Miss Ellen Chaplin

16 March 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (13)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 15 March 1848; Next 17 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (42)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 15 March 1848; Next 17 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  Shocking Events (19)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 12 February 1848; Next 17 March 1848

Time:  2:00

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

Title: General Commentary


17 March 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (14)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 16 March 1848; Next 18 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (43)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 16 March 1848; Next 18 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  Shocking Events (20)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 16 March 1848; Next 18 March 1848

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

18 March 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (15)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 17 March 1848; Next 20 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (44)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 17 March 1848; Next 20 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  Shocking Events (21)

Performances:  First 18 November 1847; Previous 17 March 1848; Next 22 May 1848

Cast:

Griffinhoof: Lambert
Captain Spoff: Worrell
Puggs: [James H.] Munyard
Dorothy: Miss Emma Harding
Kitty: Miss Ellen Chaplin
 

20 March 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Unknown]; Composer: Alfred Mellon

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Next 21 March 1848

Genre:  (Drama) new drama; 1 act, 3 scenes

First Night Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre (Belancour's dumb servant): Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman (the intendant of the Marquis): C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey (servant at the inn): Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio (innkeeper): Waye
Molino (miller): Glennaire
Juanna (daughter of the Marquis): Miss Emma Harding
Paquita (her attendant): Miss Turner

Scenery Description

2)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (16)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 18 March 1848; Next 21 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

3)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (45)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 18 March 1848; Next 21 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

21 March 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (2)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 20 March 1848; Next 22 March 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

2)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (17)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 20 March 1848; Next 22 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

3)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (46)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 20 March 1848; Next 22 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

22 March 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (3)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 21 March 1848; Next 23 March 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

2)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (18)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 21 March 1848; Next 23 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

3)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (47)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 21 March 1848; Next 23 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

23 March 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (4)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 22 March 1848; Next 24 March 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

2)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (19)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 22 March 1848; Next 24 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

3)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (48)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 22 March 1848; Next 24 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

24 March 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (5)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 23 March 1848; Next 25 March 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

2)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (20)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 23 March 1848; Next 25 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

3)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (49)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 23 March 1848; Next 25 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

25 March 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (6)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 24 March 1848; Next 27 March 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

2)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (21)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 24 March 1848; Next 27 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

3)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (50)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 24 March 1848; Next 27 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

27 March 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (7)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 25 March 1848; Next 28 March 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

2)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (22)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 25 March 1848; Next 28 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

3)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (51)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 25 March 1848; Next 28 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

28 March 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (8)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 27 March 1848; Next 29 March 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

2)  The Flowers of the Forest, A Gipsy Story! (23)

Performances:  First 28 February 1848; Previous 27 March 1848

Cast:

Captain Hugh Lavrock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Alfred: Boyce
Leybourne: Worrell
Linton: Morgan
Mayfield: Aldridge
Cheap John: [Edward R.] Wright
Headborough: Freeborn
Beadle: Lindon
Gilbert: Waye
villagers:
      [William] Mitchenson
      Stevens
      Butler
Lady Agnes: Miss Emma Harding
Abigail: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Winifred: Miss Taylor
bridesmaids:
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss LeLacheur
Ishmael or the Wolf: O. Smith
Pharos: Glennaire
Zingari:
      Conran
      Thompson
      Jones
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Aldridge
Cynthia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lemuel: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
the Kinchin: Paul J. Bedford
the Nimmer: Sanders
Reuben: Master Sydney
Hagar: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Elspy: Miss Louise
Starlight Bess: Miss Davenport
Gipsies:
      Thomas
      Lindon
      Hunt
      Miss Woulds
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Simpson
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Robins
      Miss Ford
      Miss Perkins
      Miss T. Perkins
      Miss Penson

3)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (52)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 27 March 1848; Next 29 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

29 March 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Thomas Parry; Composer: Alfred Mellon

Author Commentary:  Author's name on bill in MS

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Next 30 March 1848

Genre:  (Drama) new and original drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes (1st time here)
Reves (his steward): Lambert
Brassey Popjoy (an independent gentleman from London on a visit to the moors): [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs (his groom): [James H.] Munyard
Peeps (proprietor of the "Temple of the Arts"): Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel (a travelling hawker): O. Smith
Rowland Brough (a farmer): [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale (of the Willow Farm): Boyce
Job Smith (farrier and constable): Waye
Trackwell (a game-keeper): Glennaire
Swift (a valet): Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett (Brough's niece): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

Cast Commentary

Artistic Supervision

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery Description

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (53)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 28 March 1848; Next 30 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (9)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 28 March 1848; Next 30 March 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

30 March 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (2)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 29 March 1848; Next 31 March 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (54)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 29 March 1848; Next 31 March 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (10)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 29 March 1848; Next 31 March 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

31 March 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
29 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (3)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 30 March 1848; Next 1 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (55)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 30 March 1848; Next 1 April 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (11)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 30 March 1848; Next 1 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

1 April 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
29 March 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (4)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 31 March 1848; Next 3 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (56)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 31 March 1848; Next 3 April 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (12)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 31 March 1848; Next 3 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

3 April 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (5)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 1 April 1848; Next 4 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (57)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 1 April 1848; Next 4 April 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (13)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 1 April 1848; Next 4 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

4 April 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (6)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 3 April 1848; Next 5 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (58)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 3 April 1848; Next 5 April 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (14)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 3 April 1848; Next 5 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

5 April 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (7)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 4 April 1848; Next 6 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (59)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 4 April 1848; Next 6 April 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (15)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 4 April 1848; Next 6 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

6 April 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (8)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 5 April 1848; Next 7 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (60)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 5 April 1848; Next 7 April 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (16)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 5 April 1848; Next 7 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

7 April 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (9)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 6 April 1848; Next 8 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (61)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 6 April 1848; Next 8 April 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (17)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 6 April 1848; Next 8 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

8 April 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (10)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 7 April 1848; Next 10 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  Our National Defences; or, The Cockshot Yeomanry (62)

Performances:  First 27 January 1848; Previous 7 April 1848

Cast:

Major Snapdragon: Lambert
Adrien de Montgeron: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Simon Marrofat: [Edward R.] Wright
Jeffrey Geeup: Paul J. Bedford
Dick: Lindon
John: Sanders
James: Morgan
Sam: [William] Mitchenson
Peter: Braithwaite
Thomas: Aldridge
Bob: Woodward
Doctor Buzbee: Waye
Bowles: Miss Marian A. Taylor
Figgins: Miss Fleming
Pybus: Miss LeLacheur
Dawkins: Miss C. LeLacheur
Pepper: Miss Turner
Brown: Miss Brooks
Bunday: Miss Johnson
Sniffle: Miss Harrison
Walker: Miss Taylor
Emily Harcourt: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Snapdragon: Mrs. [Edmund] Laws
Phoebe Mayduke: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (18)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 7 April 1848; Next 10 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

10 April 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (11)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 8 April 1848; Next 12 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (1)

Title Comment:  1st time since 13 March 1847

Author: Joseph S. Coyne

Performances:  First 10 April 1848; Next 12 April 1848

Genre:  (Farce) original farce

First Night 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. Emsley

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (19)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 8 April 1848; Next 12 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

11 April 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Reason Unknown


12 April 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (12)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 10 April 1848; Next 13 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (2)

Performances:  First 10 April 1848; Previous 10 April 1848; Next 13 April 1848

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. Emsley

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (20)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 10 April 1848; Next 13 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

13 April 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (13)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 12 April 1848; Next 14 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (3)

Performances:  First 10 April 1848; Previous 12 April 1848; Next 14 April 1848

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. Emsley

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (21)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 12 April 1848; Next 14 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

14 April 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
13 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (14)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 13 April 1848; Next 15 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (4)

Performances:  First 10 April 1848; Previous 13 April 1848; Next 15 April 1848

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. Emsley

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (22)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 13 April 1848; Next 15 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

15 April 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (15)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 14 April 1848; Next 24 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (5)

Performances:  First 10 April 1848; Previous 14 April 1848

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. Emsley

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (23)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 14 April 1848; Next 24 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

17 April 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 April 1848
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Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 April 1848
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Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 April 1848
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Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 April 1848
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Friday  Evening
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22 April 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

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24 April 1848
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (16)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 15 April 1848; Next 25 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Joseph S. Coyne; Composer: Alfred Mellon

Author Commentary:  bill: by the author of World of Dreams, Satanas; written expressly for Mme. [Céline] Céleste

Performances:  First 24 April 1848; Next 25 April 1848

Genre:  (Spectacle) new grand romantic and fairy spectacle

First Night Cast:

Terragon (Gnome King): O. Smith
Malek (attendant imp): [William] Mitchenson
Yussuff (Grand Pasha): [William] Cullenford
Baba (Pasha's officer of state, guardian of harem): C[hristopher] J. Smith
Ibraham: Waye
Ottavio (young Italian painter): Boyce
Pietro Flamingo (Greek fisherman): [Edward R.] Wright
grand officers of the Pasha's court:
      Sanders
      Freeborn
      Lindon
      Thomas
      Glennaire
Greek fishermen:
      Butler
      Stevens
Aglea (child of air): Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Azurea (queen of air): Miss Turner
Hatagee: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nicola (Greek peasant): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
(ladies of the harem)
      Abra: Miss Fleming
      Leilah: Miss Penson
      Fatima: Miss Taylor
Greek girls of the ballet:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Gebbard
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Perkins
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Louise
slaves of the Gnome King:
      Miss Harrison
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Hunt

Cast Commentary

Artistic Supervision

Song

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (24)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 15 April 1848; Next 25 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

25 April 1848
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (17)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 24 April 1848; Next 26 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (2)

Performances:  First 24 April 1848; Previous 24 April 1848; Next 26 April 1848

Cast:

Terragon: O. Smith
Malek: [William] Mitchenson
Yussuff: [William] Cullenford
Baba: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Ibraham: Waye
Ottavio: Boyce
Pietro Flamingo: [Edward R.] Wright
grand officers of the Pasha's court:
      Sanders
      Freeborn
      Lindon
      Thomas
      Glennaire
Greek fishermen:
      Butler
      Stevens
Aglea: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Azurea: Miss Turner
Hatagee: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nicola: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Abra: Miss Fleming
Leilah: Miss Penson
Fatima: Miss Taylor
Greek girls of the ballet:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Perkins
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Louise
      Miss Gebbard
slaves of the Gnome King:
      Miss Harrison
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Hunt

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (25)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 24 April 1848; Next 26 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

26 April 1848
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (18)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 25 April 1848; Next 27 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (3)

Performances:  First 24 April 1848; Previous 25 April 1848; Next 27 April 1848

Cast:

Terragon: O. Smith
Malek: [William] Mitchenson
Yussuff: [William] Cullenford
Baba: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Ibraham: Waye
Ottavio: Boyce
Pietro Flamingo: [Edward R.] Wright
grand officers of the Pasha's court:
      Sanders
      Freeborn
      Lindon
      Thomas
      Glennaire
Greek fishermen:
      Butler
      Stevens
Aglea: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Azurea: Miss Turner
Hatagee: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nicola: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Abra: Miss Fleming
Leilah: Miss Penson
Fatima: Miss Taylor
Greek girls of the ballet:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Perkins
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Louise
      Miss Gebbard
slaves of the Gnome King:
      Miss Harrison
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Hunt

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (26)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 25 April 1848; Next 27 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

27 April 1848
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (19)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 26 April 1848; Next 28 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (4)

Performances:  First 24 April 1848; Previous 26 April 1848; Next 28 April 1848

Cast:

Terragon: O. Smith
Malek: [William] Mitchenson
Yussuff: [William] Cullenford
Baba: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Ibraham: Waye
Ottavio: Boyce
Pietro Flamingo: [Edward R.] Wright
grand officers of the Pasha's court:
      Sanders
      Freeborn
      Lindon
      Thomas
      Glennaire
Greek fishermen:
      Butler
      Stevens
Aglea: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Azurea: Miss Turner
Hatagee: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nicola: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Abra: Miss Fleming
Leilah: Miss Penson
Fatima: Miss Taylor
Greek girls of the ballet:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Perkins
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Louise
      Miss Gilbert
slaves of the Gnome King:
      Miss Harrison
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Hunt

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Greek girls of the ballet: Miss Gilbert
OMITS  Greek girls of the ballet: Miss Gebbard

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (27)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 26 April 1848; Next 28 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

28 April 1848
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (20)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 27 April 1848; Next 29 April 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (5)

Performances:  First 24 April 1848; Previous 27 April 1848; Next 29 April 1848

Cast:

Terragon: O. Smith
Malek: [William] Mitchenson
Yussuff: [William] Cullenford
Baba: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Ibraham: Waye
Ottavio: Boyce
Pietro Flamingo: [Edward R.] Wright
grand officers of the Pasha's court:
      Sanders
      Freeborn
      Lindon
      Thomas
      Glennaire
Greek fishermen:
      Butler
      Stevens
Aglea: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Azurea: Miss Turner
Hatagee: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nicola: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Abra: Miss Fleming
Leilah: Miss Penson
Fatima: Miss Taylor
Greek girls of the ballet:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Perkins
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Louise
      Miss Gilbert
slaves of the Gnome King:
      Miss Harrison
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Hunt

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (28)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 27 April 1848; Next 29 April 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: Boyce
Don Domingo Muggiero: [James H.] Munyard
Pierre: Mons. Paul Legrand
Guzzleman: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Corney Casey: Redmond Ryan
Gabbacio: Waye
Molino: Glennaire
Juanna: Miss Emma Harding
Paquita: Miss Turner

29 April 1848
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 April 1848
playbill
Harvard Theatre Collection

1)  The Harvest Home (21)

Performances:  First 29 March 1848; Previous 28 April 1848; Next 1 May 1848

Cast:

Cecil Derwent: H[enry] Hughes
Reves: Lambert
Brassey Popjoy: [Edward R.] Wright
Trubbs: [James H.] Munyard
Peeps: Paul J. Bedford
Caleb Kestrel: O. Smith
Rowland Brough: [William] Cullenford
Frank Marldale: Boyce
Job Smith: Waye
Trackwell: Glennaire
Swift: Lindon
Ralph: [Henry] Stoker
Grimes: Thomas
Joe: Sanders
reapers:
      Morgan
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Genge
      Braithwaite
      [E.?] St. Albyn
gleaners:
      Miss Harrison
      Miss Hunt
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Emsley
dancers:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss Fleming
      Miss Gilbert
      Miss Louise
      Miss Perkins
      Miss Woulds
      Miss Penson
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss [Carlotta] Leclercq
      Miss Bennett
farmers, gamekeepers:
      Butler
      Stevens
      Thomas
Amy: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mary Everett: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Mrs. Peeps: Mrs. Frank Matthews
Martha: Miss Turner

2)  The Fountain of Zea; or, The Child of Air (6)

Performances:  First 24 April 1848; Previous 28 April 1848; Next 1 May 1848

Cast:

Terragon: O. Smith
Malek: [William] Mitchenson
Yussuff: [William] Cullenford
Baba: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Ibraham: Waye
Ottavio: Boyce
Pietro Flamingo: [Edward R.] Wright
grand officers of the Pasha's court:
      Sanders
      Freeborn
      Lindon
      Thomas
      Glennaire
Greek fishermen:
      Butler
      Stevens
Aglea: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Azurea: Miss Turner
Hatagee: Miss Ellen Chaplin
Nicola: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Abra: Miss Fleming
Leilah: Miss Penson
Fatima: Miss Taylor
Greek girls of the ballet:
      Mrs. Worrell
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss C. LeLacheur
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Perkins
      Miss C. Perkins
      Miss Louise
      Miss Gilbert
slaves of the Gnome King:
      Miss Harrison
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Aubery
      Mrs. Hunt

3)  The Comrades: an Anecdote of the Spanish War (29)

Performances:  First 20 March 1848; Previous 28 April 1848; Next 1 May 1848

Cast:

Marquis Santiago: [William] Cullenford
Captain Belancour: