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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 1853-1854

Edited by Alicia Kae Koger

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

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

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

Contents

Seasonal Digest

Adaptations of French drama dominated the Adelphi boards during the 1853-54 season under the management of Benjamin Webster.  At least five of the season's twenty-five productions derived from plays recently presented on the Paris stage.  And while critics occasionally denounced this reliance on foreign sources, the reviewer for the Athenæum proclaimed, "This theatre, by the production of such carefully written pieces, is gaining a higher position than belonged to it no long time ago, and is already entitled to rank as a legitimate dramatic house" (March 25, 1854).

Benjamin Webster's The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and The Wild Flower of Mexico topped the list of successful adaptations.  Based upon La Prière des Naufrages by Adolphe d'Ennery and Ferdinand Dugué, the play was, according to the Times, "perfect [in its] fitness to the London Adelphi company" (December 16, 1853).  The complicated plot involved the passage to the New World of several Europeans seeking their fortunes in gold, providing numerous melodramatic incidents and characters for the Adelphi Company to enact.  The Times reported that "the division into five tableaux, the incidents drawn to the minutest detail, the circumstances of the play, the very arrangements of the scenes, are accurately imitated from the Ambigu-Comique, so that the north side of the Strand completely becomes, for the nonce, the Boulevard du Temple."  The Athenæum's reviewer, writing on December 12, found the production less than satisfying, however, noting that the "dialogue shows...marks of managerial hurry" and that the "translation...[is] bald in the extreme."  However, he commented wearily, "the Adelphi audience is proverbially indifferent" to such weaknesses and predicted that the show would be a success.  Indeed, Adelphi audiences agreed with the Theatrical Journal's reporter who wrote that The Thirst for Gold "surpasses every other attraction that has gone before it" (December 14, 1853) and supported its presentation for ninety-two nights.

Another Webster adaptation from the French that received considerable praise and approbation from audiences and critics was The Discarded Son, based upon Un Fils de Famille by Mayrad and Bienville.  However, the Times saw the play as "a sort of commonplace compound of Black-Eyed Susan and She Stoops to Conquer" which had "scarcely the character of a regular Adelphi piece," though he admitted it displayed "excellent situations, and happy management of the characters" (October 11, 1853).  The Theatrical Journal singled out actors Leigh Murray, Mary Ann Keeley, and Fanny Maskell for particular praise, calling the production "one of the most interesting [dramas] which has appeared for a long time" (October 26, 1853).  It ran for sixty nights.

John Morton and an anonymous author penned two less successful versions of French plays.  Morton's Whitebait at Greenwich received praise for the performance by comedian Robert Keeley but apparently lacked variety in plotting.  The Athenæum wrote that "Mr. Keeley...was triumphant" (November 19, 1854) and the Times declared, "the engagement of Mr. Keeley has given a high[er] tone to Adelphi farce than ever was known before" (November 15, 1854).  Nevertheless, the show ran for only twenty-seven performances.  Hopes and Fears, the anonymous adaptation of La Joie Fait Peur by Mme. Girardin, did not fare much better.  During its twenty-two-performance run, critics praised Webster's performance as the old servant Noel saying, "This is a finished and forcible piece of acting, happily conceived and elaborately executed" yet noted that Céline Céleste's performance was less than satisfactory:  "The Mother...is played by Mme. Céleste in a manner that might be expected from a clever melodramatic actress, who has rather to do with strong outward exhibitions of emotion than with minute psychological details" (Times, July 6, 1854).

Charles Selby's English version of Les Filles de Marbre entitled The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream received elaborate praise and commentary from the highbrow critic of the Athenæum after it opened in May 1854.  Calling the play "a piece perilously elaborate in its development of sentiment and character, and ambitious in its aim as an Art-drama of the imaginative class," this commentator proclaimed it "a daring experiment" in which "the argument and treatment are both intellectual" (May 27, 1854).  He also noted "the elevation of the character of [the Adelphi's] performances" under Benjamin Webster's management.  The Times critic found some faults in Selby's adaptation from the French, but noted the strength of Leigh Murray's performance as the young sculptor who lost all in pursuit of the hard-hearted woman, played admirably by Céline Céleste (May 24, 1854).  Despite the fine performances and his perception of the play's moral and intellectual elevation, the skeptical Athenæum critic wondered whether "a piece in which dialogue so much preponderates will be ultimately popular with an Adelphi audience."  Indeed, his skepticism was well founded; The Marble Heart played only twenty times during The Season.

Despite the large percentage of adaptations from French successes, the Adelphi also scored moderate hits with some home-grown products.  Charles Selby's Hotel Charges exploited the contemporary issue of tavern extortion, which had received extensive coverage in the Times.  The Athenæum called the topic "worn-out" (October 22, 1853), but the Times critic declared the piece "one dramatic oration to our honour" (October 14, 1854).  Another original piece, a genuine "Adelphi drama" according to the Times, resulted from the collaboration of Tom Taylor and Charles Reade.  Two Loves and a Life opened on March 20 and ran for fifty nights.  The Times noted wryly that it had "the strange peculiarity that it is not taken from the French" and that its plot was "built on an interesting story, with many and various incidents, and with important personages enough to employ a large number of good actors" (March 21, 1854).  The Athenæum critic concurred in his appraisal of the play, saying, "the dialogue and interest aim at an intellectual elevation, and appeal rather to the understanding than to the feelings" (March 23, 1854).  This mid-decade production of Two Loves and a Life, starring favorite actors Benjamin Webster, Robert Keeley, Sarah Woolgar, and Céline Céleste, elicited the Athenæum's declaration that the Adelphi had arrived at the ranks of London's legitimate dramatic houses.

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Daily Calendar for 1853-1854


10 October 1853
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Benjamin N. Webster]

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Next 11 October 1853

Genre:  (Drama) entirely new drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel (lancer): Leigh Murray
Roland (artist): [John] Parselle
Schnapps (quartermaster): Paul J. Bedford
Dux (trumpeter): [Robert] Keeley
Debris (lancer): G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine (her waiting maid): Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre (retired vivandiere—hostess of the "Golden Pumpkin"): Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

Scenery Description

2)  The Camp at Chobham (1)

Author: Mark Lemon

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Next 11 October 1853

Genre:  (Farce) screaming new farce

First Night Cast:

Captain Damer (Dragoon Guards): Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley (Light Dragoons): [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones (dragoon): Sanders
Corporal Martin (of the sappers and miners): Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

Song

3)  Sardanapalus; or, The "Fast" King of Assyria (1)

Title Comment:  "Taken from an original manuscript found on the spot (considerably cut for stage representation)" (bill)

Author: [Gilbert A. à Beckett]; Author: [Mark Lemon]

Author Commentary:  "By the authors of Open Sesame" (bill)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Next 11 October 1853

Genre:  (Burlesque) gorgeous new burlesque

First Night Cast:

Sardanapalus (Fast King of Assyria): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Arbaces (Mede, who not content with the happy medium, aspired to the throne): Paul J. Bedford
Beleses (soothsayer, saying nothing to soothe, but much to irritate): Miss Fanny Maskell
Salymenia (King's private mother-in-law and a public nuisance): James Rogers
Altada (King's favorite stick, very well mounted): Miss Mary L. Keeley
(officers with commissions, which, as they are nobodies, might as well have been omissions)
      Pania: Hastings
      Cranea: Sanders
      Zames: Waye
(two queens out of 500)
      Zarina: Miss Emma Harding
      Myrrha: Miss Cuthbert
(upper housemaids with rather high notions)
      Balea: Miss Granville
      Sfera: Miss Aldridge

General, Commentary


11 October 1853
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (2)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 10 October 1853; Next 12 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (2)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 10 October 1853; Next 12 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Sardanapalus; or, The "Fast" King of Assyria (2)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 10 October 1853; Next 12 October 1853

Cast:

Sardanapalus: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Arbaces: Paul J. Bedford
Beleses: Miss Fanny Maskell
Salymenia: James Rogers
Altada: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Pania: Hastings
Cranea: Sanders
Zames: Waye
Zarina: Miss Emma Harding
Myrrha: Miss Cuthbert
Balea: Miss Granville
Sfera: Miss Aldridge

12 October 1853
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (3)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 11 October 1853; Next 13 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (3)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 11 October 1853; Next 13 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Sardanapalus; or, The "Fast" King of Assyria (3)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 11 October 1853

Cast:

Sardanapalus: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Arbaces: Paul J. Bedford
Beleses: Miss Fanny Maskell
Salymenia: James Rogers
Altada: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Pania: Hastings
Cranea: Sanders
Zames: Waye
Zarina: Miss Emma Harding
Myrrha: Miss Cuthbert
Balea: Miss Granville
Sfera: Miss Aldridge

13 October 1853
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 October 1853
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Discarded Son (4)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 12 October 1853; Next 14 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; main title on bill is "Hotel Charges!"

Author: [Charles Selby]

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Next 14 October 1853

Genre:  (Farce) original farcical sketch

First Night Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle (an experimental traveller): Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins (an irritable traveller): [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker (head waiter, suffering from the pressure of the times): James Rogers
Robert (a boots in gaiters): C[hristopher?] J. Smith
(waiters in pumps and "white chokers")
      James: R[obert] Romer
      Thomas: Ridgway
      Frederick: Bologna
      Edward: Conran
      William: Cox
      Richard: Steagle
Alphonse (page in buttons): Sanders
Miss Standup (old maid, an experienced traveller): Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary (chambermaid in love): Miss Fanny Maskell

Cast Commentary

Title: General Commentary

3)  The Camp at Chobham (4)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 12 October 1853; Next 14 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Coming of Age (1)

Author: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Next 14 October 1853

Genre:  (Farce) farce

First Night Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

14 October 1853
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
13 October 1853
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Discarded Son (5)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 13 October 1853; Next 15 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (2)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 13 October 1853; Next 15 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  The Camp at Chobham (5)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 13 October 1853; Next 15 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Coming of Age (2)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 13 October 1853; Next 15 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

15 October 1853
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 October 1853
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Discarded Son (6)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 14 October 1853; Next 17 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (3)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 14 October 1853; Next 17 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  The Camp at Chobham (6)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 14 October 1853; Next 17 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Coming of Age (3)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 14 October 1853; Next 17 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

17 October 1853
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (7)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 15 October 1853; Next 18 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (7)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 15 October 1853; Next 18 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (4)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 15 October 1853; Next 18 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (4)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 15 October 1853; Next 18 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

18 October 1853
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (8)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 17 October 1853; Next 19 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (8)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 17 October 1853; Next 19 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (5)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 17 October 1853; Next 19 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (5)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 17 October 1853; Next 19 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

19 October 1853
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (9)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 18 October 1853; Next 20 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (9)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 18 October 1853; Next 20 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (6)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 18 October 1853; Next 20 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (6)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 18 October 1853; Next 20 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

20 October 1853
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (10)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 19 October 1853; Next 21 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (10)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 19 October 1853; Next 21 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (7)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 19 October 1853; Next 21 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (7)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 19 October 1853; Next 21 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

21 October 1853
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (11)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 20 October 1853; Next 22 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (11)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 20 October 1853; Next 22 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (8)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 20 October 1853; Next 22 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (8)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 20 October 1853; Next 22 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

22 October 1853
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (12)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 21 October 1853; Next 24 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (12)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 21 October 1853; Next 24 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (9)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 21 October 1853; Next 24 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (9)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 21 October 1853; Next 24 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

24 October 1853
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (13)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 22 October 1853; Next 25 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (13)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 22 October 1853; Next 25 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (10)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 22 October 1853; Next 25 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (10)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 22 October 1853; Next 25 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

25 October 1853
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (14)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 24 October 1853; Next 26 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (14)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 24 October 1853; Next 26 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (11)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 24 October 1853; Next 26 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (11)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 24 October 1853; Next 26 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

26 October 1853
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (15)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 25 October 1853; Next 27 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (15)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 25 October 1853; Next 27 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (12)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 25 October 1853; Next 27 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (12)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 25 October 1853; Next 27 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

27 October 1853
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (16)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 26 October 1853; Next 28 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (16)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 26 October 1853; Next 28 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (13)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 26 October 1853; Next 28 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (13)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 26 October 1853; Next 28 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

28 October 1853
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (17)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 27 October 1853; Next 29 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (17)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 27 October 1853; Next 29 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (14)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 27 October 1853; Next 29 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (14)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 27 October 1853; Next 29 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

29 October 1853
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (18)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 28 October 1853; Next 31 October 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (18)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 28 October 1853; Next 31 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (15)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 28 October 1853; Next 31 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (15)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 28 October 1853; Next 31 October 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

31 October 1853
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
31 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (19)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 29 October 1853; Next 1 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (19)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 29 October 1853; Next 1 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (16)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 29 October 1853; Next 1 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (16)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 29 October 1853; Next 1 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

1 November 1853
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (20)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 31 October 1853; Next 2 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (20)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 31 October 1853; Next 2 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (17)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 31 October 1853; Next 2 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (17)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 31 October 1853; Next 2 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

2 November 1853
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 October 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (21)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 1 November 1853; Next 3 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (21)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 1 November 1853; Next 3 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (18)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 1 November 1853; Next 3 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (18)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 1 November 1853; Next 3 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

3 November 1853
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (22)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 2 November 1853; Next 4 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (22)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 2 November 1853; Next 4 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (19)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 2 November 1853; Next 4 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (19)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 2 November 1853; Next 4 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

4 November 1853
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (23)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 3 November 1853; Next 5 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (23)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 3 November 1853; Next 5 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (20)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 3 November 1853; Next 5 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (20)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 3 November 1853; Next 5 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

5 November 1853
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (24)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 4 November 1853; Next 7 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (24)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 4 November 1853; Next 7 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (21)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 4 November 1853; Next 7 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (21)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 4 November 1853; Next 7 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

7 November 1853
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (25)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 5 November 1853; Next 8 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (25)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 5 November 1853; Next 8 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (22)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 5 November 1853; Next 8 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (22)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 5 November 1853; Next 8 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

8 November 1853
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (26)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 7 November 1853; Next 9 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (26)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 7 November 1853; Next 9 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (23)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 7 November 1853; Next 9 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (23)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 7 November 1853; Next 9 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

9 November 1853
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (27)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 8 November 1853; Next 11 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (27)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 8 November 1853; Next 10 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (24)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 8 November 1853; Next 10 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (24)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 8 November 1853; Next 10 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

10 November 1853
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Roused Lion (1)

Title Comment:  "Acted in consequence of Mr. Leigh Murray having been commanded to perform at Windsor Castle" (bill)

Author: Benjamin N. Webster

Performances:  First 10 November 1853

Genre:  (Comic drama) celebrated comic drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Stanilas de Fonblanche: Ben[jamin N.] Webster (his original character)
Ernest de Fonblanche: [John] Parselle
(Ernest's friends)
      Hector Mauleon: Charles Selby
      Gustave d'Herbelin: Hastings
Antinous de Luxeuil: R[obert] Romer
Baptiste (Ernest's valet de chambre): Lee
Mademoiselle Suzanne Grasset de Villedieu (a ci-devant premiere danseuse): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley (her original character)
Leonie: Miss Fanny Maskell
Madame de St. Luc: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Baroness Cabrion: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden

2)  The Camp at Chobham (28)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 9 November 1853; Next 11 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Charles Selby
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

Cast Changes:

BUT  Captain Damer: Charles Selby (replaces Leigh Murray)

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (25)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 9 November 1853; Next 11 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (25)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 9 November 1853; Next 11 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

11 November 1853
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
10 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (28)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 9 November 1853; Next 12 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (29)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 10 November 1853; Next 12 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

Cast Changes:

BUT  Captain Damer: Leigh Murray (replaces Charles Selby)

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (26)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 10 November 1853; Next 12 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (26)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 10 November 1853; Next 12 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

12 November 1853
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (29)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 11 November 1853; Next 14 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (30)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 11 November 1853; Next 14 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (27)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 11 November 1853; Next 14 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  Coming of Age (27)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 11 November 1853; Next 6 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

14 November 1853
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (30)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 12 November 1853; Next 15 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; New York bill contains attached review

Author: [John M. Morton]

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Next 15 November 1853

Genre:  (Farce) new farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (31)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 12 November 1853; Next 15 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (28)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 12 November 1853; Next 15 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: G. Lee
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

Cast Changes:

BUT  Sminker: G. Lee (replaces James Rogers)

General, Music


15 November 1853
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (31)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 14 November 1853; Next 16 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (2)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 14 November 1853; Next 16 November 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (32)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 14 November 1853; Next 16 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (29)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 14 November 1853; Next 16 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: G. Lee
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

16 November 1853
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (32)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 15 November 1853; Next 17 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (3)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 15 November 1853; Next 17 November 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (33)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 15 November 1853; Next 17 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (30)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 15 November 1853; Next 17 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: G. Lee
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

17 November 1853
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (33)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 16 November 1853; Next 18 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (4)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 16 November 1853; Next 18 November 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (34)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 16 November 1853; Next 18 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (31)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 16 November 1853; Next 18 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: G. Lee
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

18 November 1853
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (34)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 17 November 1853; Next 19 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (5)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 17 November 1853; Next 19 November 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (35)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 17 November 1853; Next 19 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (32)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 17 November 1853; Next 19 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: G. Lee
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

19 November 1853
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (35)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 18 November 1853; Next 21 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (6)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 18 November 1853; Next 21 November 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (36)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 18 November 1853; Next 21 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (33)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 18 November 1853; Next 21 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: G. Lee
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

21 November 1853
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (36)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 19 November 1853; Next 22 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (7)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 19 November 1853; Next 22 November 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (37)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 19 November 1853; Next 22 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (34)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 19 November 1853; Next 22 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

Cast Changes:

BUT  Sminker: James Rogers (replaces G. Lee)

22 November 1853
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (37)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 21 November 1853; Next 23 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (8)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 21 November 1853; Next 23 November 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (38)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 21 November 1853; Next 23 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (35)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 21 November 1853; Next 23 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

23 November 1853
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (38)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 22 November 1853; Next 24 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (9)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 22 November 1853; Next 24 November 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (39)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 22 November 1853; Next 24 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (36)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 22 November 1853; Next 24 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

24 November 1853
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (39)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 23 November 1853; Next 25 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (10)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 23 November 1853; Next 25 November 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (40)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 23 November 1853; Next 25 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (37)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 23 November 1853; Next 25 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

25 November 1853
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (40)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 24 November 1853; Next 26 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (11)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 24 November 1853; Next 26 November 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (41)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 24 November 1853; Next 26 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (38)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 24 November 1853; Next 26 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

26 November 1853
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (41)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 25 November 1853; Next 28 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (12)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 25 November 1853; Next 28 November 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (42)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 25 November 1853; Next 28 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (39)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 25 November 1853; Next 28 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Fanny Maskell

28 November 1853
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (42)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 26 November 1853; Next 29 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (13)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 26 November 1853; Next 29 November 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (43)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 26 November 1853; Next 29 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (40)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 26 November 1853; Next 29 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mary: Miss Cuthbert (replaces Miss Fanny Maskell)

29 November 1853
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (43)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 28 November 1853; Next 30 November 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (14)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 28 November 1853; Next 30 November 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (44)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 28 November 1853; Next 30 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (41)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 28 November 1853; Next 30 November 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

30 November 1853
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 November 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (44)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 29 November 1853; Next 1 December 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (15)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 29 November 1853; Next 1 December 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (45)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 29 November 1853; Next 1 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (42)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 29 November 1853; Next 1 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James: R[obert] Romer
Thomas: Ridgway
Frederick: Bologna
Edward: Conran
William: Cox
Richard: Steagle
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

1 December 1853
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (45)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 30 November 1853; Next 2 December 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (16)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 30 November 1853; Next 2 December 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (46)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 30 November 1853; Next 2 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (43)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 30 November 1853; Next 2 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

Cast Changes:

OMITS  Edward: Conran
  Frederick: Bologna
  James: R[obert] Romer
  Richard: Steagle
  Thomas: Ridgway
  William: Cox

2 December 1853
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (46)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 1 December 1853; Next 3 December 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (17)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 1 December 1853; Next 3 December 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (47)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 1 December 1853; Next 3 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (44)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 1 December 1853; Next 3 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

3 December 1853
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (47)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 2 December 1853; Next 6 December 1853

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (18)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 2 December 1853; Next 5 December 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (48)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 2 December 1853; Next 5 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (45)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 2 December 1853; Next 5 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

Illustration: Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flowers of Mexico  [1st Performance Dec 5, 1853]


 
Title:Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flowers of Mexico
Description:Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flowers of Mexico by Ben Webster.  Tableau 2 was " The sea of ice."  Jules de Valois (Captain of The Eugenie) was played by Charles Selby.
1st Performance:Dec 5, 1853
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:The Illustrated London News, Dec 17, 1853, p. 517
Review:The Illustrated London News, Dec 17, 1853, p. 517

 

"THE SEA OF ICE," AT THE ADELPHI.

We this week present an illustration of the second tableau in the new piece produced at the Adelphi Theatre, under the title of "The Thirst for Gold."  The scene in question is the "Sea of Ice." on which the commander of the Eugenie is cast, with his family, and Putney Will.  We have already described the extraordinary machinery by which the icy surface of the stage is converted into a watery one while the hapless parents sink into the in-rushing sea, leaving their infant daughter on an ice-block, yet dissolved, and which floats her ultimately to a place of safety.  The situation is, in all respects, powerfully rendered; and, illustrated, as it is, by scenery and machinery so applicable, is irresistibly effective.  The acting of the piece throughout is capital.  Mr. Webster, as the villainous Pedro, afterwards the Marquis D'Arvez, displays his usual tact and talent in the portraiture of cool and quiet rascality, which has become, as it were, the pattern-type now-a-days of the stage criminal.  The accepted playwright of the present time eschews bombast verse, and affects a colloquial familiarity, which requires from the actor more intensity than vehemence.  We doubt whether the recipe is not growing of too easy application, and makes, on every fresh occasion, fewer demands on both performer and dramatist: the character is, in fact, fast becoming stereotype, though it has not yet quite outlived its attraction.  Madame Celeste's impersonation of the Mexican girl is decidedly picturesque and telling; while the development of the psychological elements requires more than ordinary intellectual acumen; and this Madame Celeste brings to the performance, and realises the difficult situations of the later scenes with equal truth and vigour.  Putney Will by Mr. Keeley is also a rare example of eccentric acting.  The idea of the character is somewhat outré.  A British sailor, who mistakes his trembling impulse to partake in every row and to resist oppression of every sort, for the sign and symptom of cowardice; and then wonders at the deeds of valour he has performed, while in such a state of excitement.  The assumption suits Mr. Keeley's style of acting perfectly.  The part, unfortunately, only appears at short intervals; but it is so well interpreted that it is never forgotten.  The drama, considered as a spectacle only, is eminently calculated for a long run.


5 December 1853
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; rev: "adapted from La Priere des Naufrages"

Author: [Benjamin N. Webster]; Composer: Alfred Mellon

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Next 6 December 1853

Genre:  (Drama) grand new nautical melodrama; 5 tableaux

First Night Cast:

(characters in the 1st & 2d tableaux—period 1705)
      Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
      Jules de Valois (Captain of The Eugenie): Charles Selby
      Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste (1st app this season)
      Marie (a child): Miss Stoker
(sailors aboard The Eugenie)
      Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
      Porpus (ship's carpenter): Paul J. Bedford
      Morue: R[obert] Romer
      Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
      Splice: Sanders
      Homard: Braithwaite
      Crevette: Conran
      Raie: Ridgway
(characters in 3d, 4th, and 5th tableaux—period 1720)
      Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
      Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
      Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
      Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
      Senor Carlos (secretary to the Spanish embassy): Hastings
      Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
      Intendant: Waye
      sentinel: Butler
      servant: Bologna
      Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
      Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
      Unarita (the Wild Flower of Mexico): Mme. [Céline] Céleste

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (19)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 3 December 1853; Next 7 December 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  The Camp at Chobham (49)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 3 December 1853; Next 8 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (46)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 3 December 1853; Next 7 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

6 December 1853
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (2)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 5 December 1853; Next 7 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Discarded Son (48)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 3 December 1853; Next 12 January 1854

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

3)  Coming of Age (28)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 12 November 1853; Next 8 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

7 December 1853
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (3)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 6 December 1853; Next 8 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (20)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 5 December 1853; Next 9 December 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (47)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 5 December 1853; Next 9 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

8 December 1853
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (4)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 7 December 1853; Next 9 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Camp at Chobham (50)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 5 December 1853; Next 10 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Coming of Age (29)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 6 December 1853; Next 10 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

9 December 1853
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (5)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 8 December 1853; Next 10 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (21)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 7 December 1853; Next 12 December 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (48)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 7 December 1853; Next 12 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

10 December 1853
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
7 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (6)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 9 December 1853; Next 12 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Camp at Chobham (51)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 8 December 1853; Next 13 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Coming of Age (30)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 8 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Gorgon, R.N.: [Edmund W.] Garden
Charles Domville: G. Lee
William Small: James Rogers
Natty Knobbs: R[obert] Romer
Widow Small: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Julia: Miss Emma Harding
Sally Prattle: Miss Fanny Maskell

12 December 1853
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (7)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 10 December 1853; Next 13 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (22)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 9 December 1853; Next 14 December 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (49)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 9 December 1853; Next 13 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

13 December 1853
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (8)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 12 December 1853; Next 14 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Camp at Chobham (52)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 10 December 1853; Next 15 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (50)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 12 December 1853; Next 14 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

14 December 1853
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (9)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 13 December 1853; Next 15 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (23)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 12 December 1853; Next 16 December 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (51)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 13 December 1853; Next 15 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

15 December 1853
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (10)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 14 December 1853; Next 16 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Camp at Chobham (53)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 13 December 1853; Next 17 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (52)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 14 December 1853; Next 16 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

16 December 1853
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (11)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 15 December 1853; Next 17 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (24)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 14 December 1853; Next 19 December 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (53)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 15 December 1853; Next 17 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

17 December 1853
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (12)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 16 December 1853; Next 19 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Camp at Chobham (54)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 15 December 1853; Next 20 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (54)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 16 December 1853; Next 19 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

19 December 1853
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (13)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 17 December 1853; Next 20 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (25)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 16 December 1853; Next 21 December 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (55)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 17 December 1853; Next 20 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

20 December 1853
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (14)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 19 December 1853; Next 21 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Camp at Chobham (55)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 17 December 1853; Next 22 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (56)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 19 December 1853; Next 21 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

21 December 1853
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (15)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 20 December 1853; Next 22 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (26)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 19 December 1853; Next 23 December 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (57)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 20 December 1853; Next 22 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

22 December 1853
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (16)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 21 December 1853; Next 23 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Camp at Chobham (56)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 20 December 1853; Next 2 February 1854

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (58)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 21 December 1853; Next 23 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

23 December 1853
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (17)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 22 December 1853; Next 26 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Whitebait at Greenwich (27)

Performances:  First 14 November 1853; Previous 21 December 1853

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mr. Glimmer: Charles Selby
John Small: [Robert] Keeley
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Fanny Maskell
 

3)  Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook "a Biffin" (59)

Performances:  First 13 October 1853; Previous 22 December 1853

Cast:

Captain Fitzchizzle: Charles Selby
Mr. Buggins: [Edmund W.] Garden
Sminker: James Rogers
Robert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Alphonse: Sanders
Miss Standup: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Mary: Miss Cuthbert

24 December 1853
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas Eve


26 December 1853
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (18)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 23 December 1853; Next 27 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: [Charles W. Brooks]; Author: [Mark Lemon]; Composer: Alfred Mellon

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Next 27 December 1853

Genre:  (Spectacle) new grand Christmas magic spectacle; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Number Nip (King of the Gnomes): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman (her fellow student): Miss Cuthbert
Fritz (servant to Rudolph): James Rogers
Lambro (pirate): Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius (his lieutenant): G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha (governor of Tunis): R[obert] Romer
Kahlem (his secretary): Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella (a sylph): Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida (foster sister to Count Rudolph): Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha (servant to the Count): Miss Emma Harding
Marana (wife to Lambro): Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

Song

Dance

Spectacle

Scenery Description


27 December 1853
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (19)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 26 December 1853; Next 28 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (2)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 26 December 1853; Next 28 December 1853

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

28 December 1853
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (20)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 27 December 1853; Next 29 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (3)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 27 December 1853; Next 29 December 1853

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

29 December 1853
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (21)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 28 December 1853; Next 30 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (4)

Title Comment:  dance: Chinese Chivari renamed Chinese Chopsticks

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 28 December 1853; Next 30 December 1853

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

30 December 1853
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
29 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (22)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 29 December 1853; Next 31 December 1853

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (5)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 29 December 1853; Next 31 December 1853

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

31 December 1853
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
29 December 1853
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (23)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 30 December 1853; Next 2 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (6)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 30 December 1853; Next 2 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

2 January 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (24)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 31 December 1853; Next 3 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (7)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 31 December 1853; Next 3 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

3 January 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (25)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 2 January 1854; Next 4 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (8)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 2 January 1854; Next 4 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

4 January 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (26)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 3 January 1854; Next 5 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (9)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 3 January 1854; Next 5 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

5 January 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (27)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 4 January 1854; Next 6 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (10)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 4 January 1854; Next 6 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

6 January 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (28)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 5 January 1854; Next 7 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (11)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 5 January 1854; Next 7 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

7 January 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (29)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 6 January 1854; Next 9 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (12)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 6 January 1854; Next 9 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

9 January 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (30)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 7 January 1854; Next 10 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (13)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 7 January 1854; Next 10 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

10 January 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (31)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 9 January 1854; Next 11 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (14)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 9 January 1854; Next 11 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

11 January 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (32)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 10 January 1854; Next 13 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (15)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 10 January 1854; Next 12 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

12 January 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (49)

Title Comment:  1st pc changed due to Webster performing at Windsor for Her Majesty

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 6 December 1853; Next 2 February 1854

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (16)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 11 January 1854; Next 13 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

13 January 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
13 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (33)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 11 January 1854; Next 14 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (17)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 12 January 1854; Next 14 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

14 January 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (34)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 13 January 1854; Next 16 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (18)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 13 January 1854; Next 16 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

16 January 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (35)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 14 January 1854; Next 17 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (19)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 14 January 1854; Next 17 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

17 January 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (36)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 16 January 1854; Next 18 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (20)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 16 January 1854; Next 18 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

18 January 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (37)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 17 January 1854; Next 19 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (21)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 17 January 1854; Next 19 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

19 January 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (38)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 18 January 1854; Next 20 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: James Rogers
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: G. Lee
Guillot: James Rogers
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

Cast Changes:

BUT  Guillot: James Rogers (replaces [Robert] Keeley)
  Guillot, alias Putney Bill: James Rogers (replaces [Robert] Keeley)
  Roland de Feval: G. Lee (replaces [John] Parselle)

Cast Commentary

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (22)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 18 January 1854; Next 20 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

20 January 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (39)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 19 January 1854; Next 21 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

Cast Changes:

BUT  Guillot: [Robert] Keeley (replaces James Rogers)
  Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley (replaces James Rogers)
  Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle (replaces G. Lee)

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (23)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 19 January 1854; Next 21 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

21 January 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (40)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 20 January 1854; Next 23 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Bologna
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (24)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 20 January 1854; Next 23 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

23 January 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
23 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (41)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 21 January 1854; Next 24 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

Cast Changes:

BUT  servant: Le Barr (replaces Bologna)

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (25)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 21 January 1854; Next 24 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

24 January 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (42)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 23 January 1854; Next 25 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (26)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 23 January 1854; Next 25 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

25 January 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (43)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 24 January 1854; Next 26 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (27)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 24 January 1854; Next 26 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

26 January 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (44)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 25 January 1854; Next 27 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (28)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 25 January 1854; Next 27 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Miss Fanny Maskell
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

Cast Changes:

BUT  Number Nip: Miss Fanny Maskell (replaces Mrs. [Robert] Keeley)

27 January 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (45)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 26 January 1854; Next 28 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (29)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 26 January 1854; Next 28 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

Cast Changes:

BUT  Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley (replaces Miss Fanny Maskell)

28 January 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
26 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (46)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 27 January 1854; Next 30 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (30)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 27 January 1854; Next 30 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

30 January 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
30 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (47)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 28 January 1854; Next 31 January 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (31)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 28 January 1854; Next 31 January 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

31 January 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (48)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 30 January 1854; Next 1 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (32)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 30 January 1854; Next 1 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

1 February 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
30 January 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (49)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 31 January 1854; Next 3 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (33)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 31 January 1854; Next 2 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

2 February 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (50)

Title Comment:  1st pc changed due to Webster performing at Windsor for Her Majesty

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 12 January 1854; Next 15 June 1854

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (34)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 1 February 1854; Next 3 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

3)  The Camp at Chobham (57)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 22 December 1853; Next 20 February 1854

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3 February 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (50)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 1 February 1854; Next 4 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (35)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 2 February 1854; Next 4 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

4 February 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (51)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 3 February 1854; Next 6 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (36)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 3 February 1854; Next 6 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

6 February 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (52)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 4 February 1854; Next 7 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (37)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 4 February 1854; Next 7 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

7 February 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (53)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 6 February 1854; Next 8 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (38)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 6 February 1854; Next 8 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

8 February 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (54)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 7 February 1854; Next 9 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (39)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 7 February 1854; Next 9 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

9 February 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (55)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 8 February 1854; Next 10 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (40)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 8 February 1854; Next 10 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

10 February 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (56)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 9 February 1854; Next 11 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (41)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 9 February 1854; Next 11 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

11 February 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (57)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 10 February 1854; Next 13 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (42)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 10 February 1854; Next 13 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

13 February 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (58)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 11 February 1854; Next 14 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (43)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 11 February 1854; Next 14 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

14 February 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (59)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 13 February 1854; Next 15 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (44)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 13 February 1854; Next 15 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

15 February 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (60)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 14 February 1854; Next 16 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (45)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 14 February 1854; Next 16 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

16 February 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (61)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 15 February 1854; Next 17 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (46)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 15 February 1854; Next 17 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

17 February 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (62)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 16 February 1854; Next 18 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (47)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 16 February 1854; Next 18 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

18 February 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (63)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 17 February 1854; Next 20 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (48)

Performances:  First 26 December 1853; Previous 17 February 1854

Cast:

Number Nip: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Count Rudolph von Wolfenstein: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Baron Herman: Miss Cuthbert
Fritz: James Rogers
Lambro: Paul J. Bedford
Athanasius: G. Lee
Bairak Dar Pasha: R[obert] Romer
Kahlem: Waye
pirates, slaves, gnomes:
      Lee
      Sanders
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Butler
Estella: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Ida: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Bertha: Miss Emma Harding
Marana: Miss Thompson
sylphs, peasants, Bayaderes, slaves:
      Miss LeLacheur
      Miss McClewee
      Miss Hayman
      Miss Louise
      Miss Thompson
      M? Grove
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Mitchenson
      Miss Archer
      Miss C. Archer
      Miss Paris
      Miss F. Paris
      M? Walstain
      Miss Whitmore
      M? Lawson
      Miss Stoker
      M? Gilbert
      Miss Hamilton
      Miss A. Hamilton
      M? Perkins
      Miss Taylor
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Grenville
      Miss Morris

20 February 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (64)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 18 February 1854; Next 21 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Camp at Chobham (58)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 2 February 1854; Next 22 February 1854

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (1)

Author: Joseph S. Coyne

Performances:  First 20 February 1854; Next 21 February 1854

Genre:  (Farce) farce

First Night Cast:

Chesterfield Honeybun: Rogers
Isaac Crank: O. Smith
Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Crank: Miss Cuthbert
Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Nurse: Miss Aldridge

21 February 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (65)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 20 February 1854; Next 22 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here; "Which cannot be performed elsewhere, being the exclusive property of Mr. Webster"

Author: [Morris Barnett]

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Next 23 February 1854

Genre:  (Comedy) celebrated comedy

First Night Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster (his original character)
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray (1st time)
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley (1st time)
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray (1st time)
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar (1st time)
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell (1st time)
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley (1st time)
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

3)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (2)

Performances:  First 20 February 1854; Previous 20 February 1854; Next 22 February 1854

Cast:

Chesterfield Honeybun: Rogers
Isaac Crank: O. Smith
Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Crank: Miss Cuthbert
Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Nurse: Miss Aldridge

22 February 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (66)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 21 February 1854; Next 23 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Camp at Chobham (59)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 20 February 1854; Next 24 February 1854

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (3)

Performances:  First 20 February 1854; Previous 21 February 1854; Next 23 February 1854

Cast:

Chesterfield Honeybun: Rogers
Isaac Crank: O. Smith
Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Crank: Miss Cuthbert
Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Nurse: Miss Aldridge

23 February 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (67)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 22 February 1854; Next 24 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (2)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 21 February 1854; Next 25 February 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

3)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (4)

Performances:  First 20 February 1854; Previous 22 February 1854; Next 24 February 1854

Cast:

Chesterfield Honeybun: Rogers
Isaac Crank: O. Smith
Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Crank: Miss Cuthbert
Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Nurse: Miss Aldridge

24 February 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (68)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 23 February 1854; Next 25 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Camp at Chobham (60)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 22 February 1854; Next 1 August 1854

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (5)

Performances:  First 20 February 1854; Previous 23 February 1854; Next 25 February 1854

Cast:

Chesterfield Honeybun: Rogers
Isaac Crank: O. Smith
Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Crank: Miss Cuthbert
Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Nurse: Miss Aldridge

25 February 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (69)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 24 February 1854; Next 27 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (3)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 23 February 1854; Next 27 February 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

3)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (6)

Performances:  First 20 February 1854; Previous 24 February 1854; Next 30 March 1854

Cast:

Chesterfield Honeybun: Rogers
Isaac Crank: O. Smith
Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Crank: Miss Cuthbert
Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Nurse: Miss Aldridge

27 February 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (70)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 25 February 1854; Next 28 February 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (4)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 25 February 1854; Next 28 February 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

28 February 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 February 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (71)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 27 February 1854; Next 2 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (5)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 27 February 1854; Next 2 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

1 March 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Ash Wednesday


2 March 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (72)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 28 February 1854; Next 3 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (6)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 28 February 1854; Next 3 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

3 March 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (73)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 2 March 1854; Next 4 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (7)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 2 March 1854; Next 4 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

4 March 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (74)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 3 March 1854; Next 6 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (8)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 3 March 1854; Next 6 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

6 March 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (75)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 4 March 1854; Next 7 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (9)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 4 March 1854; Next 7 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

7 March 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (76)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 6 March 1854; Next 8 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (10)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 6 March 1854; Next 8 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

8 March 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (77)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 7 March 1854; Next 9 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (11)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 7 March 1854; Next 9 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

9 March 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (78)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 8 March 1854; Next 10 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (12)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 8 March 1854; Next 10 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

10 March 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (79)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 9 March 1854; Next 11 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (13)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 9 March 1854; Next 11 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

11 March 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (80)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 10 March 1854; Next 13 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (14)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 10 March 1854; Next 13 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

13 March 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (81)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 11 March 1854; Next 14 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (15)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 11 March 1854; Next 14 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

14 March 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (82)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 13 March 1854; Next 15 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (16)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 13 March 1854; Next 15 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

15 March 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (83)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 14 March 1854; Next 16 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (17)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 14 March 1854; Next 16 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

16 March 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (84)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 15 March 1854; Next 17 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (18)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 15 March 1854; Next 17 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

17 March 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (85)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 16 March 1854; Next 18 March 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (19)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 16 March 1854; Next 18 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

18 March 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (86)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 17 March 1854; Next 7 June 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  The Serious Family (20)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 17 March 1854; Next 20 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

Illustration: Two Loves and a Life  [1st Performance Mar 20, 1854]


 
Title:Two Loves and a Life
Description:Two Loves and a Life by Tom Taylor and Charles Reade.  Scene: Bardsea Hole by moonlight.
1st Performance:Mar 20, 1854
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:The Illustrated London News, Apr 1, 1854, p. 296
Review:The Illustrated London News, Apr 1, 1854, pp. 295-296

 

ADELPHI THEATRE.--"TWO LOVES AND A LIFE."

Messrs. Reade and Taylor's meritorious drama, thus entitled, continues to be attractive and fully justifies the commendations which have been bestowed upon it.  It is desirable to encourage literary merit in productions for the stage and particularly where, as at the Adelphi, much account is made of certain theatrical effects.  Far are we from undervaluing these, for well we know taught both by precept and experience that unless the proprieties of the stage are observed the best writing may prove inoperative.  Melodrama is the skeleton of a play, to which poetical or literary ornamentation is as the flesh and the blood charming both by its texture and its tinct.  Too frequently the ordinary audience of a theatre has been satisfied with the bony spectre and been terrified and agitated with its ghastly doings, by which such audience has heretofore, at any rate, been strongly moved and excited though the cultivated taste has been outraged.  The general enlightenment of the people is now no longer content with such meagre stage exhibitions, and hence the most popular of theatres is becoming every day more classical in its entertainments.  The scenery and appointments, at the same time, judiciously receive the same attention as ever, as may be witnessed by the illustration herewith presented.  The scene is that of Bardsea Hole by moonlight—the rendezvous for the Jacobite conspirators, whither the poor schoolmaster John Daw (Mr. Keeley) is compelled to journey by Father Radcliffe (Mr. Webster) much against the grain, in dread of the pistol which he believes to be levelled at his head behind.  Here the gentlemen of the northern counties consult as to the best means of promoting the Pretender's claims and renew their oaths of fidelity to his cause.  But all is in vain.  The troops of the Duke of Cumberland are upon their track, and they are taken in the snare.  Like the other incidents of this drama, there is not much novelty in the situation just described.  The merit in this, and the other instances, lies in the skill with which the interest is prepared for and elaborated.  The whole serves to show how successfully genius or talent may deal with old materials giving new life even to the obsolete and stamping its peculiar impress on the outworn details of traditional stage-craft, thereby making its own what must otherwise have passed into oblivion as either dull or dead.  Thus re-animated, these ancient sources of interest again rightfully challenge public attention and command a legitimate success.

ADELPHI THEATRE.--"THE MOUSTACHE MOVEMENT."

An occasional piece, entitled "The Moustache Movement," was produced on Thursday.  There is no attempt at plot, but the movement alluded to is caricatured by presenting a butcher, a baker, a waiter, and a lawyer's clerk, with the specified ornament on the upper lip.  The last-named worthy is personated by Mr. Keeley, and wins the heart of a milliner by wearing a false moustache.  This, by a series of mistakes and escapades, he is at last compelled to confess, and divests his lip of the appendage, which he surrenders into the hands of Mrs. Kelley, who, thereupon, addresses the audience in a parody of Rosalind's epilogue to Shakspeare's [sic] "As You Like It," in favour of whiskers and beards.  The whole thing is the veriest trifle; but, by the aid of good acting, sufficed to please the pit--which, indeed, seemed to be exceedingly amused.


20 March 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Tom Taylor; Author: Charles Reade; Composer: Alfred Mellon

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Next 21 March 1854

Genre:  (Drama) new and original drama; 4 acts

First Night Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood (under name of William Hyde): Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe (under name of Reuben Fisher): Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon (Lieutenant of the Tower): [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer (of Ligonier's Dragoons): [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw (schoolmaster of Ulverstone): [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave (postmaster of Ulverstone): O. Smith
Sampson Potts (barber): James Rogers
Captain Jensen (a Dutch smuggler): C[hristopher?] J. Smith
(Jacobite gentlemen of the Northern counties)
      Standish: Hastings
      Hall: Waye
      Ridley: Le Barr
      Fenwick: Woolgar
      Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

Scenery Commentary

Scenery Description

2)  The Serious Family (21)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 18 March 1854; Next 21 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

21 March 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (2)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 20 March 1854; Next 22 March 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Serious Family (22)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 20 March 1854; Next 22 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

22 March 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (3)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 21 March 1854; Next 23 March 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Serious Family (23)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 21 March 1854; Next 23 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

23 March 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (4)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 22 March 1854; Next 24 March 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Serious Family (24)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 22 March 1854; Next 24 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

24 March 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (5)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 23 March 1854; Next 25 March 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Serious Family (25)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 23 March 1854; Next 25 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

25 March 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (6)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 24 March 1854; Next 27 March 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Serious Family (26)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 24 March 1854; Next 27 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

27 March 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (7)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 25 March 1854; Next 28 March 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Serious Family (27)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 25 March 1854; Next 28 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

28 March 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (8)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 27 March 1854; Next 29 March 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Serious Family (28)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 27 March 1854; Next 29 March 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

29 March 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (9)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 28 March 1854; Next 30 March 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Serious Family (29)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 28 March 1854; Next 30 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

30 March 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (10)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 29 March 1854; Next 31 March 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Robert B. Brough

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Next 31 March 1854

Genre:  (Farce) new and original apropos farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser (in the law): O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd (in the army): [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake (formerly in the army—Swosser's nephew): [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins (lawyer's clerk): [Robert] Keeley
John (waiter, as may be anticipated): Le Barr
butcher (with moustache): Sanders
baker (with moustache): Braithwaite
individuals (in the police):
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson (milliner): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser (Swosser's daughter, as the audience will readily believe): Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally (housemaid, as will be naturally expected): Miss Laidlaw

3)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (7)

Performances:  First 20 February 1854; Previous 25 February 1854; Next 31 March 1854

Cast:

Chesterfield Honeybun: Rogers
Isaac Crank: O. Smith
Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Crank: Miss Cuthbert
Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Nurse: Miss Aldridge

31 March 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
30 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (11)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 30 March 1854; Next 1 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (2)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 30 March 1854; Next 1 April 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (8)

Performances:  First 20 February 1854; Previous 30 March 1854; Next 1 April 1854

Cast:

Chesterfield Honeybun: Rogers
Isaac Crank: O. Smith
Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Crank: Miss Cuthbert
Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Nurse: Miss Aldridge

1 April 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
30 March 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (12)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 31 March 1854; Next 3 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (3)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 31 March 1854; Next 3 April 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (9)

Performances:  First 20 February 1854; Previous 31 March 1854; Next 15 June 1854

Cast:

Chesterfield Honeybun: Rogers
Isaac Crank: O. Smith
Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Crank: Miss Cuthbert
Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Nurse: Miss Aldridge

3 April 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (13)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 1 April 1854; Next 4 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (4)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 1 April 1854; Next 4 April 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  His First Champagne (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here

Author: William L. Rede

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Next 4 April 1854

Genre:  (Farce) burletta; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
policeman: Ridgway
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert

4 April 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (14)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 3 April 1854; Next 5 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (5)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 3 April 1854; Next 5 April 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  His First Champagne (2)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 3 April 1854; Next 5 April 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert
policeman: Ridgway

5 April 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (15)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 4 April 1854; Next 6 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (6)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 4 April 1854; Next 6 April 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  His First Champagne (3)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 4 April 1854; Next 6 April 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert
policeman: Ridgway

6 April 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (16)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 5 April 1854; Next 7 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (7)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 5 April 1854; Next 7 April 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  His First Champagne (4)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 5 April 1854; Next 7 April 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert
policeman: Ridgway

7 April 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (17)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 6 April 1854; Next 8 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (8)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 6 April 1854; Next 8 April 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  His First Champagne (5)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 6 April 1854; Next 8 April 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert
policeman: Ridgway

8 April 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (18)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 7 April 1854; Next 17 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (9)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 7 April 1854; Next 27 April 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  His First Champagne (6)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 7 April 1854; Next 21 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert
policeman: Ridgway

10 April 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

Passion Week: C. H. Adams' Orrery


11 April 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

Passion Week: C. H. Adams' Orrery


12 April 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

Passion Week: C. H. Adams' Orrery


13 April 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
10 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

Passion Week: C. H. Adams' Orrery


14 April 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Good Friday


15 April 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
10 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

Passion Week: C. H. Adams' Orrery


17 April 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (19)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 8 April 1854; Next 18 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; LTM bill for 17 Apr and variant New York bill show Moustache Movement as second piece on 17 April, however New York bill for 17-19 Apr clearly states that Moustache Movement can't be played due to length of Easter piece

Author: Robert B. Brough

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Next 18 April 1854

Genre:  (Extravaganza) new and original entertainment

First Night Cast:

(Franks)
      Lord Bateman (noble lord of high degree —(see ballad)—an extensive landowner and distinguished eastern traveller): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
      John Thomas (Bateman's proud young porter): Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
(Franks: tenant farmers on the Bateman estate)
      Grubb (vassal and villain): Braithwaite
      Thatch (a hind): Aldridge
      Buggins (a thrall): Penson
(Franks)
      Dowager Countess of Pokerback (nee Yellowstarch—"this young bride's mother"—see ballad): Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
      Lady Clara Vere de Vere (after Tennyson—"this bride, "—see ballad): Miss Cuthbert
      Lord Hardup (Clara's brother): Hastings
      strong detachment of her sisters:
            Miss Brown
            Miss Jones
            Miss Montmorency
            Miss Smith
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
(Turks, Jews, and heretics)
      "This Turk" (see ballad—known in Dodo Effendi's Peerage as Muley Ben Hassan Sake Deen Mohammed Said Mustapha Amuruth Coger Ali Pasha): Paul J. Bedford
(Turks, Jews, and heretics: Orientals forming a portion of "the Turk's" retinue)
      Hamet (a Bashi Bazouk): Thomas
      Abdallah (a rediff): Kelly
      Covey Khan (an Egyptian fellah): Power
      Quashee (a Monte Negro): Cox
      Duffer Bey (a soffta): George
      Bloki (a mufti): Morris
(Turks, Jews, and heretics)
      Simon Effendi (a cellarer or seraskier): R[obert] Romer
      Cockles (a Musselman): Sanders
      Wheyface (a Kurd): Waye
(Turks, Jews, and heretics: dancing dervishes turning three times for a piastre)
      Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
      Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
      Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
      Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
      The Fair Sophia (the Turk's only daughter, that is the only one worth noticing, the remaining 599 not appearing on the scene. "the fairiest that ever my eyes did see"—see ballad): Miss Mary L. Keeley
      Fattyma (Sophia's maid, afterwards John Thomas's mistress): Miss Fanny Maskell
(Powers of Good and Evil)
      Caesar de Byzantium (a Don Cossack—a Northern power capable of any amount of evil): C[harles] Selby
(Powers of Good and Evil: Russian sailors)
      Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
      Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
(Powers of Good and Evil)
      Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
      Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
      a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

Cast Commentary

Entertainment

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary


18 April 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (20)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 17 April 1854; Next 19 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (2)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 17 April 1854; Next 19 April 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

19 April 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (21)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 18 April 1854; Next 20 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (3)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 18 April 1854; Next 20 April 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

20 April 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (22)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 19 April 1854; Next 21 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (4)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 19 April 1854; Next 21 April 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

21 April 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (23)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 20 April 1854; Next 22 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (5)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 20 April 1854; Next 22 April 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

22 April 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (24)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 21 April 1854; Next 24 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (6)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 21 April 1854; Next 24 April 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

24 April 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (25)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 22 April 1854; Next 25 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (7)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 22 April 1854; Next 25 April 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

25 April 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (26)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 24 April 1854; Next 27 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (8)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 24 April 1854; Next 27 April 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

26 April 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

Dark: General Fast


27 April 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (27)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 25 April 1854; Next 28 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (10)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 8 April 1854; Next 28 April 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (9)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 25 April 1854; Next 28 April 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

28 April 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (28)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 27 April 1854; Next 29 April 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (11)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 27 April 1854; Next 29 April 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (10)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 27 April 1854; Next 29 April 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

29 April 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 April 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (29)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 28 April 1854; Next 1 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (12)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 28 April 1854; Next 1 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (11)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 28 April 1854; Next 1 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

1 May 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 May 1854
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Two Loves and a Life (30)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 29 April 1854; Next 2 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (13)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 29 April 1854; Next 2 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (12)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 29 April 1854; Next 2 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

2 May 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 May 1854
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  Two Loves and a Life (31)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 1 May 1854; Next 3 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (14)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 1 May 1854; Next 3 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (13)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 1 May 1854; Next 3 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

3 May 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: Miss Woolgar

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Two Loves and a Life (32)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 2 May 1854; Next 4 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (15)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 2 May 1854; Next 4 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (14)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 2 May 1854; Next 4 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

4 May 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (33)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 3 May 1854; Next 5 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (16)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 3 May 1854; Next 5 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (15)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 3 May 1854; Next 5 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

5 May 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (34)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 4 May 1854; Next 6 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (17)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 4 May 1854; Next 6 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (16)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 4 May 1854; Next 6 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

6 May 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (35)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 5 May 1854; Next 8 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (18)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 5 May 1854; Next 8 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (17)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 5 May 1854; Next 8 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

8 May 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (36)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 6 May 1854; Next 9 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (19)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 6 May 1854; Next 9 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (18)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 6 May 1854; Next 9 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

9 May 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (37)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 8 May 1854; Next 10 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (20)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 8 May 1854; Next 10 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (19)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 8 May 1854; Next 10 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

10 May 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (38)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 9 May 1854; Next 11 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (21)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 9 May 1854; Next 11 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (20)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 9 May 1854; Next 11 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

11 May 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (39)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 10 May 1854; Next 12 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (22)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 10 May 1854; Next 12 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (21)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 10 May 1854; Next 12 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

12 May 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (40)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 11 May 1854; Next 13 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (23)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 11 May 1854; Next 13 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (22)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 11 May 1854; Next 13 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

13 May 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (41)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 12 May 1854; Next 15 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (24)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 12 May 1854; Next 15 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (23)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 12 May 1854; Next 15 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

15 May 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (42)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 13 May 1854; Next 16 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (25)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 13 May 1854; Next 16 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (24)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 13 May 1854; Next 16 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

Title: General Commentary


16 May 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (43)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 15 May 1854; Next 17 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (26)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 15 May 1854; Next 17 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (25)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 15 May 1854; Next 17 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

17 May 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (44)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 16 May 1854; Next 18 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (27)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 16 May 1854; Next 18 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (26)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 16 May 1854; Next 18 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

18 May 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (45)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 17 May 1854; Next 19 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (28)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 17 May 1854; Next 19 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (27)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 17 May 1854; Next 19 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

19 May 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (46)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 18 May 1854; Next 20 May 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (29)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 18 May 1854; Next 20 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (28)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 18 May 1854; Next 20 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

20 May 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (47)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 19 May 1854; Next 16 June 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Moustache Movement (30)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 19 May 1854; Next 22 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (29)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 19 May 1854; Next 22 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"
Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

22 May 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 May 1854
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Charles Selby; Composer: Alfred Mellon

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Next 23 May 1854

Genre:  (Drama) romance of real life; 5 acts

First Night Cast:

Georgias (rich citizen of Athens): Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades (the general): [John] Parselle
Phidias (the sculptor): Leigh Murray
Diogenes (the cynic philosopher): Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon (slave): C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea (slave): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton (English nobleman): Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux (Parisian butterfly): Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage (editor of fashionable newspaper): Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet (a young sculptor): Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore (a rich Parisian): Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy (a Parisian gentleman): [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John (footman): Waye
Baptiste (groom): Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie (poor orphan): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

Scenery Description

2)  Moustache Movement (31)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 20 May 1854; Next 23 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (30)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 20 May 1854; Next 23 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

OMITS  Bones Effendi: "I. Rubber"
  Cartwheel Ferrick: "C. O'Cork"
  Kickeraboo Aga: "G. Percha"
  Larkheels Bey: "Q. Silver"

23 May 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 May 1854
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (2)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 22 May 1854; Next 24 May 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Moustache Movement (32)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 22 May 1854; Next 24 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (31)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 22 May 1854; Next 24 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

24 May 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 May 1854
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (3)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 23 May 1854; Next 25 May 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Moustache Movement (33)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 23 May 1854; Next 25 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (32)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 23 May 1854; Next 25 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

25 May 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 May 1854
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (4)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 24 May 1854; Next 26 May 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Moustache Movement (34)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 24 May 1854; Next 26 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (33)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 24 May 1854; Next 26 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

26 May 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 May 1854
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (5)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 25 May 1854; Next 27 May 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Moustache Movement (35)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 25 May 1854; Next 27 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (34)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 25 May 1854; Next 27 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

27 May 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 May 1854
playbill
London Theatre Museum

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (6)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 26 May 1854; Next 29 May 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Moustache Movement (36)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 26 May 1854; Next 29 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (35)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 26 May 1854; Next 29 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

29 May 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (7)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 27 May 1854; Next 30 May 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Moustache Movement (37)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 27 May 1854; Next 30 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (36)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 27 May 1854; Next 30 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

30 May 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (8)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 29 May 1854; Next 31 May 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Moustache Movement (38)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 29 May 1854; Next 31 May 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (37)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 29 May 1854; Next 31 May 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

31 May 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 May 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (9)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 30 May 1854; Next 1 June 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Moustache Movement (39)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 30 May 1854; Next 1 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (38)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 30 May 1854; Next 1 June 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Grubb: Braithwaite
Thatch: Aldridge
Buggins: Penson
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

1 June 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (10)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 31 May 1854; Next 2 June 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Moustache Movement (40)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 31 May 1854; Next 2 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (39)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 31 May 1854; Next 2 June 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

Cast Changes:

OMITS  Buggins: Penson
  Grubb: Braithwaite
  Thatch: Aldridge

2 June 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (11)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 1 June 1854; Next 3 June 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Moustache Movement (41)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 1 June 1854; Next 3 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (40)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 1 June 1854; Next 3 June 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

3 June 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (12)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 2 June 1854; Next 5 June 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Moustache Movement (42)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 2 June 1854; Next 5 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (41)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 2 June 1854; Next 5 June 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

5 June 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
5 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (13)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 3 June 1854; Next 6 June 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Moustache Movement (43)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 3 June 1854; Next 6 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (42)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 3 June 1854; Next 6 June 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

6 June 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (14)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 5 June 1854; Next 8 June 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Moustache Movement (44)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 5 June 1854; Next 15 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
individuals:
      Thomas
      Kelly
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

3)  The Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia (43)

Performances:  First 17 April 1854; Previous 5 June 1854

Cast:

Lord Bateman: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
John Thomas: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Dowager Countess of Pokerback: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Lady Clara Vere de Vere: Miss Cuthbert
Lord Hardup: Hastings
strong detachment of her sisters:
      Miss Brown
      Miss Jones
      Miss Montmorency
      Miss Smith
"This Turk": Paul J. Bedford
Hamet: Thomas
Abdallah: Kelly
Covey Khan: Power
Quashee: Cox
Duffer Bey: George
Bloki: Morris
Simon Effendi: R[obert] Romer
Cockles: Sanders
Wheyface: Waye
The Fair Sophia: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Fattyma: Miss Fanny Maskell
Caesar de Byzantium: Charles Selby
Gotsichakoff: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Smeizovpitch: Ridgway
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of one country: Miss Emma Harding
Fairy field marshal representing the magic influence of another country: Miss Laidlaw
a monkey who has evidently seen the world: Le Barr
wedding guests, tenant farmers, happy villagers, gentle shepherds, distressed agriculturists, dairymen's daughters, curly-headed ploughboys, other representatives of the landed interests: Unlisted
two entire fairy armies: Unlisted

7 June 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: Mme. Céleste

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (87)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 18 March 1854; Next 9 June 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  A Moving Tale (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Mark Lemon

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Next 8 June 1854

Genre:  (Farce) new domestic extravaganza; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs (coal dealer): Braithwaite
Chelsea (temperance porter): R[obert] Romer
(porters)
      Knot: Aldridge
      Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah (servant of all work): Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Cabin Boy (1)

Author: [Edward Stirling]

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Next 8 June 1854

Genre:  (Drama) revived nautical drama

First Night Cast:

Monsieur Henri (lieutenant in the French navy): G. Lee
Monsieur Vincent (rich planter): O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault (colonist): [Edmund W.] Garden
Coquin Ballandier (curiosity dealer from Paris): James Rogers
Pierre: Woolgar
Escarbot (custom house agent): Waye
Largarcette (pilot): Paul J. Bedford
judge: Page
slave: Le Barr
planters:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
Julien (the cabin boy): Mme. [Céline] Céleste (her original character)
Mademoiselle Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar (her original character)
Madame Moran: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Clara: Miss Thompson
slaves, attendants:
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Jones
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Ellen
      Miss Louise
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Bell

Spectacle

Scenery Description


8 June 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (15)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 6 June 1854; Next 10 June 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  A Moving Tale (2)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 7 June 1854; Next 9 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Cabin Boy (2)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 7 June 1854; Next 9 June 1854

Cast:

Monsieur Henri: G. Lee
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: [Edmund W.] Garden
Coquin Ballandier: James Rogers
Pierre: Woolgar
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Page
slave: Le Barr
planters:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
Julien: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mademoiselle Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Moran: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Clara: Miss Thompson
slaves, attendants:
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Jones
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Ellen
      Miss Louise
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Bell

Cast Commentary


9 June 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (88)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 7 June 1854; Next 12 June 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

Title: General Commentary

2)  A Moving Tale (3)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 8 June 1854; Next 10 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Cabin Boy (3)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 8 June 1854; Next 10 June 1854

Cast:

Monsieur Henri: G. Lee
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: [Edmund W.] Garden
Coquin Ballandier: James Rogers
Pierre: Woolgar
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Page
slave: Le Barr
planters:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
Julien: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mademoiselle Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Moran: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Clara: Miss Thompson
slaves, attendants:
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Jones
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Ellen
      Miss Louise
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Bell

10 June 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (16)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 8 June 1854; Next 13 June 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  A Moving Tale (4)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 9 June 1854; Next 12 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Cabin Boy (4)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 9 June 1854; Next 12 June 1854

Cast:

Monsieur Henri: G. Lee
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: [Edmund W.] Garden
Coquin Ballandier: James Rogers
Pierre: Woolgar
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Page
slave: Le Barr
planters:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
Julien: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mademoiselle Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Moran: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Clara: Miss Thompson
slaves, attendants:
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Jones
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Ellen
      Miss Louise
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Bell

12 June 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
12 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (89)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 9 June 1854; Next 14 June 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  A Moving Tale (5)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 10 June 1854; Next 13 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Cabin Boy (5)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 10 June 1854; Next 13 June 1854

Cast:

Monsieur Henri: G. Lee
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: [Edmund W.] Garden
Coquin Ballandier: James Rogers
Pierre: Woolgar
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Page
slave: Le Barr
planters:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
Julien: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mademoiselle Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Moran: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Clara: Miss Thompson
slaves, attendants:
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Jones
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Ellen
      Miss Louise
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Bell

13 June 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (17)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 10 June 1854; Next 17 June 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  A Moving Tale (6)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 12 June 1854; Next 14 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Cabin Boy (6)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 12 June 1854; Next 14 June 1854

Cast:

Monsieur Henri: G. Lee
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: [Edmund W.] Garden
Coquin Ballandier: James Rogers
Pierre: Woolgar
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Page
slave: Le Barr
planters:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
Julien: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mademoiselle Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Moran: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Clara: Miss Thompson
slaves, attendants:
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Jones
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Ellen
      Miss Louise
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Bell

14 June 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

Second Annual Benefit: Theatrical Operatives' Fund

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (90)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 12 June 1854; Next 19 June 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  A Moving Tale (7)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 13 June 1854; Next 15 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Cabin Boy (7)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 13 June 1854; Next 16 June 1854

Cast:

Monsieur Henri: G. Lee
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: [Edmund W.] Garden
Coquin Ballandier: James Rogers
Pierre: Woolgar
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Page
slave: Le Barr
planters:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
Julien: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mademoiselle Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Moran: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Clara: Miss Thompson
slaves, attendants:
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Jones
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Ellen
      Miss Louise
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Bell

15 June 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (51)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 2 February 1854; Next 21 June 1854

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  A Moving Tale (8)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 14 June 1854; Next 16 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Moustache Movement (45)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 6 June 1854; Next 21 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

Cast Changes:

OMITS  individuals: Kelly
  individuals: Thomas

4)  Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (10)

Performances:  First 20 February 1854; Previous 1 April 1854

Cast:

Chesterfield Honeybun: Rogers
Isaac Crank: O. Smith
Mrs. Honeybun: Miss Emma Harding
Mrs. Crank: Miss Cuthbert
Mrs. Jewell: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Nurse: Miss Aldridge

16 June 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (48)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 20 May 1854; Next 24 June 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

Cast Commentary

2)  A Moving Tale (9)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 15 June 1854; Next 17 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Cabin Boy (8)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 14 June 1854; Next 17 June 1854

Cast:

Monsieur Henri: G. Lee
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: [Edmund W.] Garden
Coquin Ballandier: James Rogers
Pierre: Woolgar
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Page
slave: Le Barr
planters:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
Julien: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mademoiselle Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Moran: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Clara: Miss Thompson
slaves, attendants:
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Jones
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Ellen
      Miss Louise
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Bell

17 June 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (18)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 13 June 1854; Next 20 June 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  A Moving Tale (10)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 16 June 1854; Next 19 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Cabin Boy (9)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 16 June 1854; Next 19 June 1854

Cast:

Monsieur Henri: G. Lee
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: [Edmund W.] Garden
Coquin Ballandier: James Rogers
Pierre: Woolgar
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Page
slave: Le Barr
planters:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
Julien: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mademoiselle Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Moran: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Clara: Miss Thompson
slaves, attendants:
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Jones
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Ellen
      Miss Louise
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Bell

19 June 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
19 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (91)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 14 June 1854; Next 22 June 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  A Moving Tale (11)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 17 June 1854; Next 20 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Cabin Boy (10)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 17 June 1854; Next 20 June 1854

Cast:

Monsieur Henri: G. Lee
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: [Edmund W.] Garden
Coquin Ballandier: James Rogers
Pierre: Woolgar
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Page
slave: Le Barr
planters:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
Julien: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mademoiselle Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Moran: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Clara: Miss Thompson
slaves, attendants:
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Jones
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Ellen
      Miss Louise
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Bell

20 June 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (19)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 17 June 1854; Next 23 June 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  A Moving Tale (12)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 19 June 1854; Next 21 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Cabin Boy (11)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 19 June 1854; Next 22 June 1854

Cast:

Monsieur Henri: G. Lee
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: [Edmund W.] Garden
Coquin Ballandier: James Rogers
Pierre: Woolgar
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Page
slave: Le Barr
planters:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
Julien: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mademoiselle Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Moran: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Clara: Miss Thompson
slaves, attendants:
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Jones
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Ellen
      Miss Louise
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Bell

21 June 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (52)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 15 June 1854; Next 29 June 1854

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  A Moving Tale (13)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 20 June 1854; Next 22 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Moustache Movement (46)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 15 June 1854; Next 31 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

4)  His First Champagne (7)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 8 April 1854; Next 26 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell

Cast Changes:

OMITS  Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert
  policeman: Ridgway

22 June 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Thirst for Gold; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (92)

Performances:  First 5 December 1853; Previous 19 June 1854

Cast:

Pedro: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jules de Valois: Charles Selby
Blanche de Valois: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Marie: Miss Stoker
Guillot, alias Putney Bill: [Robert] Keeley
Porpus: Paul J. Bedford
Morue: R[obert] Romer
Requin: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Splice: Sanders
Homard: Braithwaite
Crevette: Conran
Raie: Ridgway
Marquis D'Arvez: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Henri de Belcour: [Edmund W.] Garden
Roland de Feval: [John] Parselle
Guillot: [Robert] Keeley
Senor Carlos: Hastings
Lieutenant D'Aubrey: G. Lee
Intendant: Waye
sentinel: Butler
servant: Le Barr
Countess de Brissac: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Adele: Miss Fanny Maskell
Unarita: Mme. [Céline] Céleste

2)  A Moving Tale (14)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 21 June 1854; Next 23 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Cabin Boy (12)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 20 June 1854; Next 23 June 1854

Cast:

Monsieur Henri: G. Lee
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: [Edmund W.] Garden
Coquin Ballandier: James Rogers
Pierre: Woolgar
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Page
slave: Le Barr
planters:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
Julien: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mademoiselle Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Moran: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Clara: Miss Thompson
slaves, attendants:
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Jones
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Ellen
      Miss Louise
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Bell

23 June 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Marble Heart; or, The Sculptor's Dream (20)

Performances:  First 22 May 1854; Previous 20 June 1854

Cast:

Georgias: Paul J. Bedford
Alcibiades: [John] Parselle
Phidias: Leigh Murray
Diogenes: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Strabon: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Thea: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Aspasia: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Lais: Miss Cuthbert
Phryne: Miss Emma Harding
Athenian characters in the dream:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
      Braithwaite
      Sanders
      Ridgway
Lord Merton: Hastings
Viscount Chateaumargaux: Paul J. Bedford
Ferdinand Volage: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Raphael Duchatlet: Leigh Murray
Monsieur Veaudore: Charles Selby
Frederick de Courcy: [John] Parselle
gentlemen at large:
      Ridgway
      Conran
John: Waye
Baptiste: Le Barr
Mademoiselle Marco: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Clementine: Miss Cuthbert
Mariette: Miss Emma Harding
Fedora: Miss Fanny Maskell
Julie: Miss Laidlaw
Marie: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Duchatelet: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  A Moving Tale (15)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 22 June 1854; Next 24 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Cabin Boy (13)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 22 June 1854; Next 24 June 1854

Cast:

Monsieur Henri: G. Lee
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: [Edmund W.] Garden
Coquin Ballandier: James Rogers
Pierre: Woolgar
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Page
slave: Le Barr
planters:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
Julien: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mademoiselle Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Moran: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Clara: Miss Thompson
slaves, attendants:
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Jones
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Ellen
      Miss Louise
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Bell

24 June 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Two Loves and a Life (49)

Performances:  First 20 March 1854; Previous 16 June 1854

Cast:

William, Duke of Cumberland: Charles Selby
Sir Gervase Rokewood: Leigh Murray
Father Radcliffe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Sir James Gordon: [Edmund W.] Garden
Captain Dormer: [John] Parselle
Mr. John Daw: [Robert] Keeley
Musgrave: O. Smith
Sampson Potts: James Rogers
Captain Jensen: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Standish: Hastings
Hall: Waye
Ridley: Le Barr
Fenwick: Woolgar
Townley: G. Lee
Farmer Greystoke: Braithwaite
crier: Sanders
usher: Page
Simon Scarsdale: Aldridge
Stephen Wanley: Morris
soldiers, smugglers, peasants, fishermen: [Unlisted]
Anne Musgrave: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Ruth Ravenscar: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
peasant women, fisher girls: [Unlisted]

2)  A Moving Tale (16)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 23 June 1854; Next 26 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Cabin Boy (14)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 23 June 1854

Cast:

Monsieur Henri: G. Lee
Monsieur Vincent: O. Smith
Monsieur Berthault: [Edmund W.] Garden
Coquin Ballandier: James Rogers
Pierre: Woolgar
Escarbot: Waye
Largarcette: Paul J. Bedford
judge: Page
slave: Le Barr
planters:
      Aldridge
      Conran
      Morris
Julien: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mademoiselle Jenny Laroche: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Madame Moran: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Clara: Miss Thompson
slaves, attendants:
      Miss Taylor
      Miss Jones
      Miss Aldridge
      Miss Ellen
      Miss Louise
      Mrs. Emsley
      Miss Johnson
      Miss Simpson
      Miss Bell

26 June 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
26 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Masks and Faces; or, Before and Behind the Curtain (1)

Author: Tom Taylor; Author: Charles Reade

Author Commentary:  "Authors of To Parents & Guardians and The Ladies Battle" (bill)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Next 27 June 1854

Genre:  (Comedy) celebrated comedy

First Night Cast:

Sir Charles Pomander: Leigh Murray
Mr. Ernest Vane: [John] Parselle
Colley Cibber: Charles Selby
Quin: Paul J. Bedford
Triplet: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Lysimachus (his son): Miss Stoker
Mr. Snarl: O. Smith
Mr. Soaper: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James Burdock: R[obert] Romer
Colander: Hastings
Hunsdon: G. Lee
call boy: Waye
Pompey: Master C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Peg Woffington: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mrs. Vane: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Kitty Clive: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Triplet: Mrs. Leigh Murray
(children of Mrs. Triplet)
      Roxalana: Miss Johnson
      Cleopatra: Miss Lightfoot
maid: Miss Mitchenson

Cast Commentary

Scenery Description

2)  A Moving Tale (17)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 24 June 1854; Next 27 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: John M. Morton

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Next 27 June 1854

Genre:  (Farce) entirely new farce

First Night Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps (tailor): [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  His First Champagne (8)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 21 June 1854; Next 27 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert

Cast Changes:

ADDS  Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert

27 June 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Masks and Faces; or, Before and Behind the Curtain (2)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 26 June 1854; Next 28 June 1854

Cast:

Sir Charles Pomander: Leigh Murray
Mr. Ernest Vane: [John] Parselle
Colley Cibber: Charles Selby
Quin: Paul J. Bedford
Triplet: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Lysimachus: Miss Stoker
Mr. Snarl: O. Smith
Mr. Soaper: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James Burdock: R[obert] Romer
Colander: Hastings
Hunsdon: G. Lee
call boy: Waye
Pompey: Master C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Peg Woffington: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mrs. Vane: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Kitty Clive: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Triplet: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Roxalana: Miss Johnson
Cleopatra: Miss Lightfoot
maid: Miss Mitchenson

2)  A Moving Tale (18)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 26 June 1854; Next 28 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (2)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 26 June 1854; Next 28 June 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  His First Champagne (9)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 26 June 1854; Next 28 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert

28 June 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Masks and Faces; or, Before and Behind the Curtain (3)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 27 June 1854; Next 3 July 1854

Cast:

Sir Charles Pomander: Leigh Murray
Mr. Ernest Vane: [John] Parselle
Colley Cibber: Charles Selby
Quin: Paul J. Bedford
Triplet: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Lysimachus: Miss Stoker
Mr. Snarl: O. Smith
Mr. Soaper: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James Burdock: R[obert] Romer
Colander: Hastings
Hunsdon: G. Lee
call boy: Waye
Pompey: Master C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Peg Woffington: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mrs. Vane: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Kitty Clive: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Triplet: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Roxalana: Miss Johnson
Cleopatra: Miss Lightfoot
maid: Miss Mitchenson

2)  A Moving Tale (19)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 27 June 1854; Next 29 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (3)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 27 June 1854; Next 29 June 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  His First Champagne (10)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 27 June 1854; Next 29 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert

29 June 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (53)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 21 June 1854; Next 5 July 1854

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  A Moving Tale (20)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 28 June 1854; Next 30 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (4)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 28 June 1854; Next 30 June 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert (replaces Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden)

4)  His First Champagne (11)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 28 June 1854; Next 30 June 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. Stoker
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mrs. Morton: Mrs. Stoker (replaces Mrs. [Edmund W.] Garden)

30 June 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
29 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Serious Family (30)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 29 March 1854; Next 1 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

2)  A Moving Tale (21)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 29 June 1854; Next 1 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (5)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 29 June 1854; Next 1 July 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  His First Champagne (12)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 29 June 1854; Next 1 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. Stoker
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert

1 July 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
29 June 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Serious Family (31)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 30 June 1854; Next 4 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

2)  A Moving Tale (22)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 30 June 1854; Next 3 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (6)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 30 June 1854; Next 3 July 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  His First Champagne (13)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 30 June 1854; Next 3 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. Stoker
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert

3 July 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Masks and Faces; or, Before and Behind the Curtain (4)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 28 June 1854; Next 6 July 1854

Cast:

Sir Charles Pomander: Leigh Murray
Mr. Ernest Vane: [John] Parselle
Colley Cibber: Charles Selby
Quin: Paul J. Bedford
Triplet: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Lysimachus: Miss Stoker
Mr. Snarl: O. Smith
Mr. Soaper: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James Burdock: R[obert] Romer
Colander: Hastings
Hunsdon: G. Lee
call boy: Waye
Pompey: Master C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Peg Woffington: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mrs. Vane: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Kitty Clive: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Triplet: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Roxalana: Miss Lightfoot
Cleopatra: Miss Kate Thompson
maid: Miss Mitchenson

Cast Changes:

BUT  Cleopatra: Miss Kate Thompson (replaces Miss Lightfoot)
  Roxalana: Miss Lightfoot (replaces Miss Johnson)

2)  A Moving Tale (23)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 1 July 1854; Next 4 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

Cast Commentary

3)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (7)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 1 July 1854; Next 4 July 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  His First Champagne (14)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 1 July 1854; Next 4 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. Stoker
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert

4 July 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Serious Family (32)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 1 July 1854; Next 7 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss Laidlaw

2)  A Moving Tale (24)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 3 July 1854; Next 5 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (8)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 3 July 1854; Next 5 July 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

4)  His First Champagne (15)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 3 July 1854; Next 15 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. Stoker
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert

5 July 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (54)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 29 June 1854; Next 8 July 1854

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Hopes and Fears (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; "From the French of Madame Girardin (by the express permission of the author)" (bill). Based on La Joie Fait Peur

Author: Mme. Delphine de Girardin; Adapter: [Unknown]

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Next 6 July 1854

Genre:  (Drama) serious drama; 1 act

First Night Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave (Adrien's friend): [John] Parselle
Noel (a domestic): Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers (her daughter): Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval (her friend): Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (25)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 4 July 1854; Next 6 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (9)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 4 July 1854; Next 6 July 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

6 July 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
5 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Masks and Faces; or, Before and Behind the Curtain (5)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 3 July 1854; Next 13 July 1854

Cast:

Sir Charles Pomander: Leigh Murray
Mr. Ernest Vane: [John] Parselle
Colley Cibber: Charles Selby
Quin: Paul J. Bedford
Triplet: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Lysimachus: Miss Stoker
Mr. Snarl: O. Smith
Mr. Soaper: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James Burdock: R[obert] Romer
Colander: Hastings
Hunsdon: G. Lee
call boy: Waye
Pompey: Master C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Peg Woffington: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mrs. Vane: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Kitty Clive: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Triplet: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Roxalana: Miss Lightfoot
Cleopatra: Miss Kate Thompson
maid: Miss Mitchenson

2)  Hopes and Fears (2)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 5 July 1854; Next 7 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (26)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 5 July 1854; Next 7 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (10)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 5 July 1854; Next 7 July 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

7 July 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
5 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Serious Family (33)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 4 July 1854; Next 11 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss C. LeLacheur

Cast Changes:

BUT  Graham: Miss C. LeLacheur (replaces Miss Laidlaw)

2)  Hopes and Fears (3)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 6 July 1854; Next 8 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (27)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 6 July 1854; Next 8 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (11)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 6 July 1854; Next 8 July 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

8 July 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
5 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (55)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 5 July 1854; Next 10 July 1854

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Hopes and Fears (4)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 7 July 1854; Next 10 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (28)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 7 July 1854; Next 10 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (12)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 7 July 1854; Next 10 July 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

10 July 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (56)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 8 July 1854; Next 12 July 1854

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Hopes and Fears (5)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 8 July 1854; Next 11 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (29)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 8 July 1854; Next 11 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (13)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 8 July 1854; Next 11 July 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

11 July 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Serious Family (34)

Performances:  First 21 February 1854; Previous 7 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Charles Torrens: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Captain Murphy Maguire: Leigh Murray
Frank Vincent: [John] Parselle
Mr. Aminidab Sleek: [Robert] Keeley
Lady Sowerby Creamley: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs.Charles Torrens: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Miss Emma Torrens: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Ormsby Delmaine: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Graham: Miss C. LeLacheur

2)  Hopes and Fears (6)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 10 July 1854; Next 12 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (30)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 10 July 1854; Next 12 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (14)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 10 July 1854; Next 12 July 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

12 July 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (57)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 10 July 1854; Next 14 July 1854

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Hopes and Fears (7)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 11 July 1854; Next 13 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (31)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 11 July 1854; Next 13 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (15)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 11 July 1854; Next 13 July 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

13 July 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Masks and Faces; or, Before and Behind the Curtain (6)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 6 July 1854

Cast:

Sir Charles Pomander: Leigh Murray
Mr. Ernest Vane: [John] Parselle
Colley Cibber: Charles Selby
Quin: Paul J. Bedford
Triplet: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Lysimachus: Miss Stoker
Mr. Snarl: O. Smith
Mr. Soaper: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
James Burdock: R[obert] Romer
Colander: Hastings
Hunsdon: G. Lee
call boy: Waye
Pompey: Master C[hristopher?] J. Smith
Peg Woffington: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Mrs. Vane: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Kitty Clive: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mrs. Triplet: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Roxalana: Miss Lightfoot
Cleopatra: Miss Kate Thompson
maid: Miss Mitchenson

2)  Hopes and Fears (8)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 12 July 1854; Next 14 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (32)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 12 July 1854; Next 14 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (16)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 12 July 1854; Next 14 July 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

14 July 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
13 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (58)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 12 July 1854; Next 1 August 1854

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  Hopes and Fears (9)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 13 July 1854; Next 15 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (33)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 13 July 1854; Next 15 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (17)

Performances:  First 26 June 1854; Previous 13 July 1854

Cast:

John Horatio O'Walker: Leigh Murray
Barbican Brown: Paul J. Bedford
Schnipps: [Edmund W.] Garden
beadle: Sanders
Mrs. Jellicoe: Miss Cuthbert
Fanny: Miss Emma Harding
Patty Peckover: Miss Fanny Maskell

15 July 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Courier of Lyons (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever; Nicoll lists play by this title by Webster dated 10/3/1851 supposedly played at Adelphi, but bills don't support this. There is no record I have found of any performance of a play by this title at the Adelphi before 1854

Author: [Benjamin N. Webster?]

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Next 17 July 1854

Genre:  (Melodrama) entirely new melodrama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Jerome Lesurques (innkeeper): O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques (his son): Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton (magistrate): [John] Parselle
(friends of Joseph Lesurques)
      M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
      M. Guerneau: Hastings
(members of a gang of thieves)
      Courriol: Charles Selby
      Choppard (horse dealer): Paul J. Bedford
      Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
      Beuldi: Aldridge
      Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet (Jerome Lesurques' servant): James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques (waiter): R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques (Joseph's daughter): Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

2)  Hopes and Fears (10)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 14 July 1854; Next 17 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (34)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 14 July 1854; Next 17 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  His First Champagne (16)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 4 July 1854; Next 17 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. Stoker
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert

17 July 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
17 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Hopes and Fears (11)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 15 July 1854; Next 18 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

2)  A Moving Tale (35)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 15 July 1854; Next 18 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Courier of Lyons (2)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 15 July 1854; Next 18 July 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

4)  His First Champagne (17)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 15 July 1854; Next 18 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. Stoker
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert

18 July 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
17 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Hopes and Fears (12)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 17 July 1854; Next 19 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

2)  A Moving Tale (36)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 17 July 1854; Next 20 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Courier of Lyons (3)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 17 July 1854; Next 19 July 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

4)  His First Champagne (18)

Performances:  First 3 April 1854; Previous 17 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Morton: R[obert] Romer
Captain Smith: G. Lee
Horatio Craven, A.M.: Leigh Murray
Dicky Watt: Charles Selby
Glump: James Rogers
Terence O'Connelly: [Edmund W.] Garden
Mrs. Morton: Mrs. Stoker
Miss Bygrove: Miss Emma Harding
Emily Morton: Miss Fanny Maskell
Mary Grubb: Miss Cuthbert

19 July 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: Webster

1)  The Maid of Croissey [; or, Theresa's Vow] (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here. The title on the bill is The Maid of Croissey; or, The Return from Russia

Author: [Mrs. Catherine G. Gore]

Performances:  First 19 July 1854; Next 20 July 1854

Genre:  (Drama) celebrated drama; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Francis: [John] Parselle
Sergeant Austerlitz: Ben[jamin N.] Webster (his original character)
Walter: [Robert] Keeley
Theresa: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Manette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
 

2)  Hopes and Fears (13)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 18 July 1854; Next 20 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  Box and Cox (1)

Title Comment:  Based on Une Chambre a Deux Lits

Author: [John M. Morton]

Performances:  First 19 July 1854

Genre:  (Farce) laughable farce

First Night Cast:

Box (a printer): [John B.] Buckstone
Cox (a hatter): [Robert] Keeley
Mrs. Bouncer: Mrs. Stoker
 

Cast Commentary

4)  The Courier of Lyons (4)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 18 July 1854; Next 20 July 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

20 July 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Maid of Croissey [; or, Theresa's Vow] (2)

Performances:  First 19 July 1854; Previous 19 July 1854; Next 21 July 1854

Cast:

Francis: [John] Parselle
Sergeant Austerlitz: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Walter: [Robert] Keeley
Theresa: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Manette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
 

2)  Hopes and Fears (14)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 19 July 1854; Next 21 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (37)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 18 July 1854; Next 21 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  The Courier of Lyons (5)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 19 July 1854; Next 21 July 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

21 July 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Maid of Croissey [; or, Theresa's Vow] (3)

Performances:  First 19 July 1854; Previous 20 July 1854; Next 22 July 1854

Cast:

Francis: [John] Parselle
Sergeant Austerlitz: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Walter: [Robert] Keeley
Theresa: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Manette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
 

2)  Hopes and Fears (15)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 20 July 1854; Next 22 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (38)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 20 July 1854; Next 22 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  The Courier of Lyons (6)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 20 July 1854; Next 22 July 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

22 July 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
20 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Maid of Croissey [; or, Theresa's Vow] (4)

Performances:  First 19 July 1854; Previous 21 July 1854; Next 24 July 1854

Cast:

Francis: [John] Parselle
Sergeant Austerlitz: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Walter: [Robert] Keeley
Theresa: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Manette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
 

2)  Hopes and Fears (16)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 21 July 1854; Next 24 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (39)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 21 July 1854; Next 24 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  The Courier of Lyons (7)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 21 July 1854; Next 24 July 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

24 July 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Maid of Croissey [; or, Theresa's Vow] (5)

Performances:  First 19 July 1854; Previous 22 July 1854; Next 25 July 1854

Cast:

Francis: [John] Parselle
Sergeant Austerlitz: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Walter: [Robert] Keeley
Theresa: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Manette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
 

2)  Hopes and Fears (17)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 22 July 1854; Next 25 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (40)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 22 July 1854; Next 25 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  The Courier of Lyons (8)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 22 July 1854; Next 25 July 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

25 July 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Maid of Croissey [; or, Theresa's Vow] (6)

Performances:  First 19 July 1854; Previous 24 July 1854; Next 26 July 1854

Cast:

Francis: [John] Parselle
Sergeant Austerlitz: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Walter: [Robert] Keeley
Theresa: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Manette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
 

2)  Hopes and Fears (18)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 24 July 1854; Next 26 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (41)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 24 July 1854; Next 26 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  The Courier of Lyons (9)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 24 July 1854; Next 26 July 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

26 July 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Maid of Croissey [; or, Theresa's Vow] (7)

Performances:  First 19 July 1854; Previous 25 July 1854; Next 27 July 1854

Cast:

Francis: [John] Parselle
Sergeant Austerlitz: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Walter: [Robert] Keeley
Theresa: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Manette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
 

2)  Hopes and Fears (19)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 25 July 1854; Next 27 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (42)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 25 July 1854; Next 27 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  The Courier of Lyons (10)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 25 July 1854; Next 27 July 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

27 July 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Maid of Croissey [; or, Theresa's Vow] (8)

Performances:  First 19 July 1854; Previous 26 July 1854; Next 28 July 1854

Cast:

Francis: [John] Parselle
Sergeant Austerlitz: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Walter: [Robert] Keeley
Theresa: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Manette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
 

2)  Hopes and Fears (20)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 26 July 1854; Next 28 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (43)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 26 July 1854; Next 28 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  The Courier of Lyons (11)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 26 July 1854; Next 28 July 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

28 July 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Maid of Croissey [; or, Theresa's Vow] (9)

Performances:  First 19 July 1854; Previous 27 July 1854; Next 29 July 1854

Cast:

Francis: [John] Parselle
Sergeant Austerlitz: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Walter: [Robert] Keeley
Theresa: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Manette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
 

2)  Hopes and Fears (21)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 27 July 1854; Next 29 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (44)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 27 July 1854; Next 29 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  The Courier of Lyons (12)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 27 July 1854; Next 29 July 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

29 July 1854
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Maid of Croissey [; or, Theresa's Vow] (10)

Performances:  First 19 July 1854; Previous 28 July 1854

Cast:

Francis: [John] Parselle
Sergeant Austerlitz: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Walter: [Robert] Keeley
Theresa: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Manette: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
 

2)  Hopes and Fears (22)

Performances:  First 5 July 1854; Previous 28 July 1854

Cast:

Adrien des Aubiers: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Octave: [John] Parselle
Noel: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Madame des Aubiers: Mme. [Céline] Céleste
Blanche des Aubiers: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Mathilde de Pierreval: Miss Fanny Maskell

3)  A Moving Tale (45)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 28 July 1854; Next 31 July 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

4)  The Courier of Lyons (13)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 28 July 1854; Next 31 July 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

31 July 1854
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
31 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  A Novel Expedient (1)

Author: Benjamin N. Webster

Performances:  First 31 July 1854; Next 2 August 1854

Genre:  (Farce) petite comedy

First Night Cast:

Harry Damon: Leigh Murray (his original character)
Charles Moore: [John] Parselle
Maria (Moore's wife): Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

2)  A Moving Tale (46)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 29 July 1854; Next 2 August 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Moustache Movement (47)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 21 June 1854; Next 2 August 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

4)  The Courier of Lyons (14)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 29 July 1854; Next 1 August 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

1 August 1854
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (59)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 14 July 1854; Next 3 August 1854

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (61)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 24 February 1854; Next 3 August 1854

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Courier of Lyons (15)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 31 July 1854; Next 2 August 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

2 August 1854
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 July 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  A Novel Expedient (2)

Performances:  First 31 July 1854; Previous 31 July 1854; Next 4 August 1854

Cast:

Harry Damon: Leigh Murray
Charles Moore: [John] Parselle
Maria: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

2)  A Moving Tale (47)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 31 July 1854; Next 4 August 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Moustache Movement (48)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 31 July 1854; Next 4 August 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Laidlaw

4)  The Courier of Lyons (16)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 1 August 1854; Next 3 August 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

3 August 1854
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 August 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Discarded Son (60)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 1 August 1854

Cast:

Colonel Fermain: Charles Selby
Albert Blondel: Leigh Murray
Roland: [John] Parselle
Schnapps: Paul J. Bedford
Dux: [Robert] Keeley
Debris: G. Lee
Francois: Waye
guests, lancers, peasants: [Unlisted]
Madame la Generale Lefort: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Adeline de Belrose: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
Claudine: Miss Cuthbert
Madame Petitverre: Miss Fanny Maskell
guests, peasant girls: [Unlisted]

2)  The Camp at Chobham (62)

Performances:  First 10 October 1853; Previous 1 August 1854

Cast:

Captain Damer: Leigh Murray
Captain Roseley: [John] Parselle
Mr. Jackson Cadbury: [Robert] Keeley
Jones: Sanders
Corporal Martin: Hastings
the early village cock: "A Thoroughbred"
Fanny Merrington: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  The Courier of Lyons (17)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 2 August 1854; Next 4 August 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

4 August 1854
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 August 1854
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  A Novel Expedient (3)

Performances:  First 31 July 1854; Previous 2 August 1854

Cast:

Harry Damon: Leigh Murray
Charles Moore: [John] Parselle
Maria: Miss [Sarah J.] Woolgar
 

2)  A Moving Tale (48)

Performances:  First 7 June 1854; Previous 2 August 1854

Cast:

Mr. Goliah Grandison: [Robert] Keeley
Master Titan Grandison: Miss Hayman
Master Richardson Grandison: Miss E. Hamilton
Shorts: Waye
Mr. Taturs: Braithwaite
Chelsea: R[obert] Romer
Knot: Aldridge
Nibble: Conran
policeman: Sanders
Mrs. Cora Grandison: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Lucinda Grandison: Miss Stoker
Ianthe Grandison: Miss A. Hamilton
Minette Grandison: Miss S. Braithwaite
Rosabella Grandison: Miss A. Braithwaite
Keziah: Miss Mary L. Keeley

3)  Moustache Movement (49)

Performances:  First 30 March 1854; Previous 2 August 1854

Cast:

Mr. Simon Swosser: O. Smith
Captain Altamont Kidd: [John] Parselle
Lieutenant Cornelius O'Pake: [Edmund W.] Garden
Anthony Soskins: [Robert] Keeley
John: Le Barr
butcher: Sanders
baker: Braithwaite
Louisa Fitz Johnson: Mrs. [Robert] Keeley
Eliza Swosser: Miss Mary L. Keeley
Sally: Miss Grenville

Cast Changes:

BUT  Sally: Miss Grenville (replaces Miss Laidlaw)

4)  The Courier of Lyons (18)

Performances:  First 15 July 1854; Previous 3 August 1854

Cast:

Jerome Lesurques: O. Smith
Joseph Lesurques: Leigh Murray
M. Didier: G. Lee
M. Daubenton: [John] Parselle
M. Lambert: C[hristopher?] J. Smith
M. Guerneau: Hastings
Courriol: Charles Selby
Choppard: Paul J. Bedford
Fouinard: [Edmund W.] Garden
Beuldi: Aldridge
Dubose: Leigh Murray
Joliquet: James Rogers
ostler: Sanders
Jacques: R[obert] Romer
commissary of police: Page
postmaster of Montgiron: Waye
gaoler: Woolgar
servant: Conran
courier: Ridgway
postillion: Le Barr
Julie Lesurques: Miss Fanny Maskell
Jeanne: Mrs. Leigh Murray
chambermaid: Miss C. LeLacheur

General, Commentary

Seasonal Summary

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Doors open 6:30, curtain 7:00, second price 9:00.

Ticket prices: stalls 5/-, boxes 4/-, pit 2/-, gallery 1/-.

Seasonal Dates

10 Oct 1853 - 4 Aug 1854; 253 performances: 253 evening

Benefit (3):Miss Woolgar (3 May 1854)
Mme. Céleste (7 Jun 1854)
Webster (19 Jul 1854)
Dark (4):Ash Wednesday (1 Mar 1854)
Christmas Eve (24 Dec 1853)
General Fast (26 Apr 1854)
Good Friday (14 Apr 1854)
Passion Week (5):C. H. Adams' Orrery (10 Apr 1854, 11 Apr 1854, 12 Apr 1854, 13 Apr 1854, 15 Apr 1854)
Second Annual Benefit (1):Theatrical Operatives' Fund (14 Jun 1854)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Webster, Benjamin N.
House managers:Webster, Benjamin N.
Stage directors:Céleste, Mme. Céline
Stage managers:Murray, Leigh
Directors of music:Mellon, Alfred
Scene designers:Pitt, Thomas H.
Turner
Scene painters:Pitt, Thomas H.
Turner
Set decorators:Ireland, Thomas
Stage mechanics:Bartlett, T.
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Rayner, Miss E.
Taylor, J.
Printers:W. S. Johnson, 60, St. Martin's Lane (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

à Beckett, Gilbert A. Sardanapalus; or, The Fast King of Assyria (10 Oct 1853)
Barnett, Morris Serious Family, The (21 Feb 1854)
Brooks, Charles W. Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (26 Dec 1853)
Brough, Robert B. Moustache Movement (30 Mar 1854)
Overland Journey to Constantinople as Undertaken by Lord Bateman with Interesting Particulars of the Fair Sophia, The (17 Apr 1854)
Coyne, Joseph S. Did You Ever Send Your Wife to Camberwell? (20 Feb 1854)
de Girardin, Mme. Delphine Hopes and Fears (5 Jul 1854)
Gore, Mrs. Catherine G. Maid of Croissey, The; or, Theresa's Vow (19 Jul 1854)
Lemon, Mark Camp at Chobham, The (10 Oct 1853)
Moving Tale, A (7 Jun 1854)
Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (26 Dec 1853)
Sardanapalus; or, The Fast King of Assyria (10 Oct 1853)
Mellon, Alfred Marble Heart, The; or, The Sculptor's Dream (22 May 1854)
Number Nip and the Spirit Bride (26 Dec 1853)
Thirst for Gold, The; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (5 Dec 1853)
Two Loves and a Life (20 Mar 1854)
Morton, John M. Box and Cox (19 Jul 1854)
Waiting for an Omnibus in the Lowther Arcade on a Rainy Day (26 Jun 1854)
Whitebait at Greenwich (14 Nov 1853)
Reade, Charles Masks and Faces; or, Before and Behind the Curtain (26 Jun 1854)
Two Loves and a Life (20 Mar 1854)
Rede, William L. His First Champagne (3 Apr 1854)
Selby, Charles Hotel Charges! or, How to Cook a Biffin (13 Oct 1853)
Marble Heart, The; or, The Sculptor's Dream (22 May 1854)
Stirling, Edward Cabin Boy, The (7 Jun 1854)
Taylor, Tom Masks and Faces; or, Before and Behind the Curtain (26 Jun 1854)
Two Loves and a Life (20 Mar 1854)
Unknown Coming of Age (13 Oct 1853)
Hopes and Fears (5 Jul 1854)
Webster, Benjamin N. Courier of Lyons, The (15 Jul 1854)
Discarded Son, The (10 Oct 1853)
Novel Expedient, A (31 Jul 1854)
Roused Lion, The (10 Nov 1853)
Thirst for Gold, The; or, The Lost Ship and the Wild Flower of Mexico (5 Dec 1853)

Song Composers/Pieces

Mellon, Alfred Cupid's Eyes (10 Oct 1853)
Unlisted Chinese Charivari (26 Dec 1853)

Choreographers/Pieces

Unlisted Dance of the Bayaderes (26 Dec 1853)
Tauromache, La (26 Dec 1853)

Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Explanatory lecture (17 Apr 1854)

Spectacle/Pieces

Unlisted Emancipation of the gnome and apotheosis (26 Dec 1853)
Grand entry of the Pasha (26 Dec 1853)
Invocation of the Sylph (26 Dec 1853)
storm, A (7 Jun 1854)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Unattributed 1743 The green room of Covent Garden Theatre (26 Jun 1854)
1854Forest of Fontainbleau (22 May 1854)
Banquetting hall in Bateman Castle on a stormy night (17 Apr 1854)
Bay and landscape in Mexico (5 Dec 1853)
Border marshes in Northumberland (17 Apr 1854)
Cell in the Beauchamp Tower (20 Mar 1854)
Chamber in Old Tower Street, a (20 Mar 1854)
Chamber in the Demon Tower (26 Dec 1853)
Charcoal burner's hut in the Hartz Mountains (26 Dec 1853)
Colonel Fermain's quarters in the barracks in the City of Nancy (10 Oct 1853)
Deck of the Eugenie (5 Dec 1853)
Embarkation of the allied fays for Constantinople (17 Apr 1854)
Exterior of the back part of Musgrave's house (20 Mar 1854)
Fairy cap by moonlight (17 Apr 1854)
Golden Horn, the (17 Apr 1854)
Golden Pumpkin and distant view of the City of Nancy, The (10 Oct 1853)
Grand hall in the Hotel D'Arvez (5 Dec 1853)
Grand saloon in the chateau of the countess at Beauchamps (10 Oct 1853)
Harem unveiled, the (17 Apr 1854)
Haunted chamber, the Gnome King, the Demon Page, the (26 Dec 1853)
Interior of Mr. Vane's town house (26 Jun 1854)
Interior of William Hydes's cottage (20 Mar 1854)
Merrie England in the Olden Tyme (17 Apr 1854)
Moonlight Bardsea Hole (20 Mar 1854)
Mosque of St. Sophia, the (17 Apr 1854)
October, 1745 market-place of Ulverstone with distant view of Morecombe Bay and the Leven Sands (20 Mar 1854)
Parlour in Musgrave's house (20 Mar 1854)
Planter's residence on the island (7 Jun 1854)
Poor poet's garret, the (26 Jun 1854)
Porter's lodge — much rain, a (17 Apr 1854)
Reception hall in This Turk's palace (17 Apr 1854)
Salon in the Hotel de Brissac (5 Dec 1853)
Sculptor's studio in Paris, a (22 May 1854)
Sculptor's studio, the (22 May 1854)
Sea and Island of Guadaloupe, the (7 Jun 1854)
Sea of Ice, the (5 Dec 1853)
Sea shore, the (26 Dec 1853)
Six weeks later drawing room in a villa in the Bois de Boulogne (22 May 1854)
Slave market, the (26 Dec 1853)
Studio of Phidias at Athens, the (22 May 1854)
Tower hill with a distant view of the Tower of London (20 Mar 1854)
Two wrecks ashore (17 Apr 1854)
Upper chamber in Musgrave's house (20 Mar 1854)
View of the Bosphorus (17 Apr 1854)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

Box and Cox

(Farce by Morton, John M. (Author) (1 Performances, 19 Jul 1854)

Summary Cast:

Cabin Boy, The

(Drama by Stirling, Edward (Author) (14 Performances, 7 Jun 1854 - 24 Jun 1854)

Summary Cast:

Camp at Chobham, The

(Farce by Lemon, Mark (Author) (62 Performances, 10 Oct 1853 - 3 Aug 1854)

Summary Cast:

Coming of Age

(Farce by Unknown (Author) (30 Performances, 13 Oct 1853 - 10 Dec 1853)

Summary Cast: