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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 1869-1870

Edited by Alfrida Lee

A Publication of

The Adelphi Calendar Project

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

Theodore J. Seward, Jr., Systems Analyst

Contents

Seasonal Digest

The winter season was in some respects the least interesting and the least successful of the decade.  It was short, beginning on 2 October 1869 and ending on 23 April 1870.  There were new plays, but none of outstanding merit, nor any with unusually long runs; a well-tried afterpiece, Domestic Economy, having the longest, with eighty-eight performances.  Nor was the season distinguished by the introduction of highly-talented actors from elsewhere.  However, though lacking brilliance in productions, the Adelphi still maintained its hold on regular supporters.  The summer season, of fourteen weeks, held more interest.

As in the previous year, a new play was put on for the opening night.  This was Lost at Sea, a London Story, accompanied by two popular farces, Too Much of a Good Thing and Domestic Economy.  The play attracted more comment for its faults than for its merits.  The Athenæum, (9 October) considered that "from the association of two writers of talent and experience like Messrs. Dion Boucicault and H. J. Byron, a higher result than has been obtained was to be expected."  The Observer (5 October) commented that though the popularity of the Adelphi was not in doubt and that Lost at Sea "would probably be performed...for many nights to come, yet it has every fault that can be crowded into one piece, or into 3 hours' representation."  The faults were enumerated:

The idea on which the story is founded is badly carried out, the writing is poor, there is little originality of character, and the various scenes are loosely constructed whilst under the pretence set up for dramas of its class of strictly following actual life, it contains violations of probability that can hardly be conceived to have entered into the minds of writers with eyes open to what is going on around them.

The scenery gave poor representations of well-known parts of London; that of the Thames at night was "remarkable for its unsimilitude."  The scenes, though evidently liked by the audience, were introduced "less for the aid they afford in the development of the plot than as means of introducing those views of modern London of which the playgoer never wearies" (Athenæum, 9 October).  The Times (5 October) summed up the absence of dramatic interest:  "the good are good, the bad are bad; the spade is a spade and in accordance with the nature of spades is not remarkably brilliant."  Nevertheless, the scenery elicited applause, once with the rather odd result that it "gave an opportunity for the scene-shifter to intrude himself upon the stage and bow to the audience to the utter destruction of all dramatic illusion" (Observer).  The Times noted that when the authors were called for at the end, the considerable applause was "mingled with hisses."  As it ran for seventy-eight performances, it seemed to have more success than the critics anticipated.  The Prince and Princess of Wales attended the first performance.

Lost at Sea was taken off for a week at the end of November for the introduction of a revival of The Long Strike, by Boucicault, originally brought out at the Lyceum three years earlier.  Webster appeared in this in "one of those strongly marked characters in the delineation of which he is almost without a rival" (Times, 2 December).  For once, there was no need for a reminder for some curtailment of the play.  The same review gives:  "The play has been reduced from four acts to three and gains by the compression."  However, this necessitated alterations, not all of them beneficial.  According to the Athenæum (4 December), "Haste and a little slovenliness are shown in most of the alterations, and the play as it stands, though not without interest, seems weaker in all respects than upon its first presentation."  The Observer (5 December) was more generous, finding that the alterations had not destroyed the "characteristic features of the plot," but added, "the denouement is changed without any improvement in effect."  After one week, Lost at Sea and The Long Strike together made up the program for five weeks.

Webster's interest seems to have been somewhat divided.  On 1 November, he began as lessee of the Princess's Theatre.

The next major production was The Nightingale by Tom Robertson, on 15 January 1870.  The play was dismissed contemptuously by the Observer (16 January):

The commonplace story is not treated dramatically, while the dialogue is utterly unworthy of the author of School.  No acting could have lent such a piece as The Nightingale interest with the audience.  Performers did their best—the new drama cannot be pronounced a success—the hissing was so loud at the end that the audience was evidently astonished when the author presented himself before the curtain.

The Times (17 January) commented, "Obscurity, without complication, was also a defect of the piece, and the audience, in many places, not exactly comprehending what was set before them, laughed when they ought to have cried and hissed at every opportunity."  The characters gave the performers little opportunity "in spite of the finished acting of Webster seemed to slip over the susceptibilities of the audience without moving them greatly."  The acting of Miss Furtado received some commendation, but "the only character thoroughly appreciated was Keziah—a plain-spoken servant, who hated everything foreign, acted with spirit by Miss Eliza Johnstone."  Only thirty-nine performances were given.

The engagement in February of Henry J. Byron as an actor led to the production of four of his plays, in three of which he performed.  Two were new to the Adelphi but had already been performed elsewhere.  Not Such a Fool as He Looks, a comedy in 3 acts, was given on 17 February while The Nightingale was still being performed.  The second, Blow for Blow, made up the program with Not Such a Fool as He Looks from 3 March after The Nightingale had been withdrawn.  On 7 March, the Times commented:

The engagement of Mr. H. J. Byron as a comedian at this house has led to the revival of Blow for Blow, one of the best of his dramas.  Although known to the capital as a dramatist only till within the last few months, H. J. Byron is now firmly established among us as an humourous histrionic artist, whose entrance is hailed with a laugh significant of expected mirth, and who exercises irresistible control over the pleased attention of his audience...He has a style of his own.

The play had been given previously at the Globe, but the Adelphi production had its originality.  The Times praised the performers who were not "mere copies" of those in the parts at the Globe, but each "was the result of a distinct conception."  All were good.

The Duchess of Cambridge with the Prince and Princess of Teck attended the performance on 14 March.

The third and last production in which Byron appeared was The Prompter's Box, which, performed with Whitebait at Greenwich, revived from the previous year, was the last new production of the winter season.  It had a mixed reception from the critics.  The Observer (27 March) declared that it was "completely successful, and to a great extent, deservedly so.  It is original, it has a clearly told story, and it is amusing; moreover, in style and treatment, it hits the taste of the present day."  Byron and Webster were praised for their performances.  The critic admitted that the play "might be shortened to the increase of its effectiveness, and its style was not high in its own class of drama." 

The Times (25 March) had some favorable comments, but added, "Still we have not enough to fill out four long acts."  The Athenæum (2 April) had scarcely a good word to give.  "[It] is a thoroughly characteristic specimen of the author's workmanship.  It is slovenly, disorderly and disconnected, and has, artistically considered, every fault a piece can have."  There was a concession—"It is interesting and amusing nevertheless, and may hope, when shorn of half its proportions to obtain a fair hold upon the public."  The final comment was, "The performance, though tedious from its length, was well received.  With many excisions, The Prompter's Box may be a successful piece; a good play it cannot be made."

Webster's benefit on 23 April closed the season.

The summer season followed without a break or any change of program.  On 4 May, a new production by Byron billed as an extravaganza was produced.  The Athenæum (7 May) described it as "little more than a vehicle for scenery and ballet, both of which are introduced with a prodigality and splendour seldom witnessed at this theatre."  The Observer (8 May) considered it to be "one of the best, the most effective, and the most lively of its class."

Byron performed in Green Bushes on 27 May for Miss Furtado's benefit, the only time he took part in a play other than his own during the season.  It was announced as "the last night of the present company performing."

With a new company, George Coleman became the acting manager.  Several of the established performers, including R. Phillips, the stage-manager, remained.  Some of the new company, including Henry Neville, his father, and Paulo, were already known at the Adelphi.  The most outstanding of the new members was George Vining, late lessee of the Princess's Theatre.

There were new productions, two of them worthy of note.  The first of them was Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor adapted from his novel by Charles Reade.  It did not, in the main, attract favorable criticism.  It was, like so many others, too long—not finishing till nearly midnight.  The performance was "dragging and tedious" (Times, 31 May).  The Athenæum (23 June) was more severe.  Though conceding "Mr. Reade's method and purpose are so thoroughly his own, and...so good in their way, and Mr. Reade himself is so much in earnest, that the task of censure is unpleasant and in some respects useless," added, "It is not easy to find anything but fault with his new drama."  One of the more tedious scenes consisted of nearly half an hour spent with Neville "at work beating, on a real anvil, a piece of iron drawn out of a real forge."  The performers were not at fault.  The production was warmly received, but by "an unusually thin house."

The other major production, The Robust Invalid, an adaptation by Charles Reade of Molière's La Malade Imaginaire, received more generous comments.  The Times (20 June) considered the play to be a good adaptation and the performers, especially Vining, to be more than satisfactory.  The Athenæum also praised the performers, giving special mention to Florence Terry.  "The occasion was selected for the debut of Miss Florence Terry, who made her first bow to an audience as Louison...a part which she sustained charmingly.  The house received her with unbounded applause" (18 June).  This was not her first appearance at the Adelphi.  In 1866, when she was eleven years old, she had appeared with her sister, Kate, in A Sheep in Wolf's ClothingThe Robust Invalid had to "be pronounced a success" and with only "slight curtailment...may be expected to have a long run."

Whatever may have been said in disparagement, the manager had clearly been enterprising in putting on productions demanding so much effort at this time of the year.  In a history of the Adelphi, in 1877, The Era Almanack mentioned both plays as having drawn "some good houses."  The season, which ended on 19 July, was a not insignificant one for a summer.

Considering the year as a whole, high standards of acting had been maintained, and the scenery, if it did not always please the critics, was striking.  There were several unusual dramatic effects on the stage.  It is unfortunate that the performers did not always have the material their talents deserved.

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Daily Calendar for 1869-1870


2 October 1869
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (1)

Author: Augustus G. Harris

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Next 4 October 1869

Genre:  (Farce) comedietta

First Night Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Dion L. Boucicault; Author: Henry J. Byron

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Next 4 October 1869

Genre:  (Drama) new drama; 4 acts

First Night Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge (1st app)
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
newsboy: Miss Stoker
boy with "Echo": Master Sidney
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

Spectacle

Scenery Description

Title: General Commentary

3)  Domestic Economy (1)

Author: Mark Lemon

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Next 4 October 1869

Genre:  (Farce) screaming farce

First Night Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

Cast Commentary

General, Music

General, Advertisement


4 October 1869
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (2)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 2 October 1869; Next 5 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (2)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 2 October 1869; Next 5 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Master Sidney
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran
newsboy: Miss Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (2)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 2 October 1869; Next 5 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

5 October 1869
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (3)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 4 October 1869; Next 6 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (3)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 4 October 1869; Next 6 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Master Sidney
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran
newsboy: Miss Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (3)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 4 October 1869; Next 6 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

6 October 1869
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (4)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 5 October 1869; Next 7 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (4)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 5 October 1869; Next 7 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Master Sidney
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran
newsboy: Miss Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (4)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 5 October 1869; Next 7 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

7 October 1869
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (5)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 6 October 1869; Next 8 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (5)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 6 October 1869; Next 8 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Master Sidney
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran
newsboy: Miss Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (5)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 6 October 1869; Next 8 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

8 October 1869
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (6)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 7 October 1869; Next 9 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (6)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 7 October 1869; Next 9 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Master Sidney
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran
newsboy: Miss Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (6)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 7 October 1869; Next 9 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

9 October 1869
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (7)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 8 October 1869; Next 11 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (7)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 8 October 1869; Next 11 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Master Sidney
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran
newsboy: Miss Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (7)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 8 October 1869; Next 11 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

11 October 1869
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (8)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 9 October 1869; Next 12 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (8)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 9 October 1869; Next 12 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

Cast Changes:

BUT  boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker (replaces Master Sidney)
OMITS  newsboy: Miss Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (8)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 9 October 1869; Next 12 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

12 October 1869
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (9)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 11 October 1869; Next 13 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (9)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 11 October 1869; Next 13 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (9)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 11 October 1869; Next 13 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

13 October 1869
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (10)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 12 October 1869; Next 14 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (10)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 12 October 1869; Next 14 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (10)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 12 October 1869; Next 14 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

14 October 1869
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (11)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 13 October 1869; Next 15 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (11)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 13 October 1869; Next 15 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (11)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 13 October 1869; Next 15 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

15 October 1869
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (12)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 14 October 1869; Next 16 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (12)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 14 October 1869; Next 16 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (12)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 14 October 1869; Next 16 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

16 October 1869
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (13)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 15 October 1869; Next 18 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (13)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 15 October 1869; Next 18 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (13)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 15 October 1869; Next 18 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

18 October 1869
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (14)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 16 October 1869; Next 19 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (14)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 16 October 1869; Next 19 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (14)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 16 October 1869; Next 19 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

19 October 1869
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (15)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 18 October 1869; Next 20 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (15)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 18 October 1869; Next 20 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (15)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 18 October 1869; Next 20 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

20 October 1869
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (16)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 19 October 1869; Next 21 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (16)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 19 October 1869; Next 21 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (16)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 19 October 1869; Next 21 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

21 October 1869
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (17)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 20 October 1869; Next 22 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (17)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 20 October 1869; Next 22 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (17)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 20 October 1869; Next 22 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

22 October 1869
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (18)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 21 October 1869; Next 23 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (18)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 21 October 1869; Next 23 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (18)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 21 October 1869; Next 23 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

23 October 1869
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
18 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (19)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 22 October 1869; Next 25 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (19)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 22 October 1869; Next 25 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (19)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 22 October 1869; Next 25 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

25 October 1869
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (20)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 23 October 1869; Next 26 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (20)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 23 October 1869; Next 26 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (20)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 23 October 1869; Next 26 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

26 October 1869
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (21)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 25 October 1869; Next 27 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (21)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 25 October 1869; Next 27 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (21)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 25 October 1869; Next 27 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

27 October 1869
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (22)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 26 October 1869; Next 28 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (22)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 26 October 1869; Next 28 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (22)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 26 October 1869; Next 28 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

28 October 1869
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (23)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 27 October 1869; Next 29 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (23)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 27 October 1869; Next 29 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (23)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 27 October 1869; Next 29 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

29 October 1869
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (24)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 28 October 1869; Next 30 October 1869

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (24)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 28 October 1869; Next 30 October 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (24)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 28 October 1869; Next 30 October 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

30 October 1869
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 October 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (25)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 29 October 1869; Next 16 April 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (25)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 29 October 1869; Next 1 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (25)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 29 October 1869; Next 1 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

1 November 1869
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (1)

Author: [John M. Morton]

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Next 2 November 1869

Genre:  (Farce) celebrated Adelphi farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: E[dward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (26)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 30 October 1869; Next 2 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (26)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 30 October 1869; Next 2 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

2 November 1869
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (2)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 1 November 1869; Next 3 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (27)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 1 November 1869; Next 3 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (27)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 1 November 1869; Next 3 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

3 November 1869
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (3)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 2 November 1869; Next 4 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (28)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 2 November 1869; Next 4 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (28)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 2 November 1869; Next 4 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

4 November 1869
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (4)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 3 November 1869; Next 5 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (29)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 3 November 1869; Next 5 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (29)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 3 November 1869; Next 5 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

5 November 1869
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (5)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 4 November 1869; Next 6 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (30)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 4 November 1869; Next 6 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (30)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 4 November 1869; Next 6 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

6 November 1869
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
1 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (6)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 5 November 1869; Next 8 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (31)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 5 November 1869; Next 8 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (31)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 5 November 1869; Next 8 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

8 November 1869
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (7)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 6 November 1869; Next 9 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (32)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 6 November 1869; Next 9 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (32)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 6 November 1869; Next 9 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

9 November 1869
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (8)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 8 November 1869; Next 10 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (33)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 8 November 1869; Next 10 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (33)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 8 November 1869; Next 10 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

10 November 1869
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (9)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 9 November 1869; Next 11 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (34)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 9 November 1869; Next 11 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (34)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 9 November 1869; Next 11 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

11 November 1869
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (10)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 10 November 1869; Next 12 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (35)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 10 November 1869; Next 12 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (35)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 10 November 1869; Next 12 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

12 November 1869
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (11)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 11 November 1869; Next 13 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (36)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 11 November 1869; Next 13 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (36)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 11 November 1869; Next 13 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

13 November 1869
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
8 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (12)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 12 November 1869; Next 15 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (37)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 12 November 1869; Next 15 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (37)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 12 November 1869; Next 15 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

15 November 1869
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (13)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 13 November 1869; Next 16 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (38)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 13 November 1869; Next 16 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (38)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 13 November 1869; Next 16 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

16 November 1869
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (14)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 15 November 1869; Next 17 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (39)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 15 November 1869; Next 17 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (39)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 15 November 1869; Next 17 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

17 November 1869
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (15)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 16 November 1869; Next 18 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (40)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 16 November 1869; Next 18 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (40)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 16 November 1869; Next 18 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

18 November 1869
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (16)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 17 November 1869; Next 19 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (41)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 17 November 1869; Next 19 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (41)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 17 November 1869; Next 19 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

19 November 1869
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (17)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 18 November 1869; Next 20 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (42)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 18 November 1869; Next 20 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (42)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 18 November 1869; Next 20 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

20 November 1869
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (18)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 19 November 1869; Next 22 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: C. Locksley
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (43)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 19 November 1869; Next 22 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (43)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 19 November 1869; Next 22 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

22 November 1869
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (19)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 20 November 1869; Next 23 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mr. Langford: G. Skinner (replaces C. Locksley)

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (44)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 20 November 1869; Next 23 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (44)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 20 November 1869; Next 23 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

23 November 1869
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (20)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 22 November 1869; Next 24 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (45)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 22 November 1869; Next 24 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (45)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 22 November 1869; Next 24 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

24 November 1869
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (21)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 23 November 1869; Next 25 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (46)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 23 November 1869; Next 25 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (46)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 23 November 1869; Next 25 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

25 November 1869
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (22)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 24 November 1869; Next 26 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (47)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 24 November 1869; Next 26 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (47)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 24 November 1869; Next 26 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

26 November 1869
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (23)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 25 November 1869; Next 27 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (48)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 25 November 1869; Next 27 November 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (48)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 25 November 1869; Next 27 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

27 November 1869
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
22 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (24)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 26 November 1869; Next 29 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (49)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 26 November 1869; Next 6 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3)  Domestic Economy (49)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 26 November 1869; Next 29 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

Illustration: Rignold, William (1836-1910): Actor  [1st Performance Nov 29, 1869]


 
Title:Rignold, William (1836-1910): Actor
Description:Rignold, William (1836-1910): He and his brother George were both actors.  He made his London debut as Jem Starkie in The Long Strike.  Rignold appeared at the Adelphi for two matinees in 1881 and took single roles in 1882 and 1893.  His eyesight failed at the end of the century, and he retired.
1st Performance:Nov 29, 1869
Theatre:Adelphi
Source:Carte de Visite Woodburytype - Print.  Located on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Rignold., Nov 29, 1869

29 November 1869
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (25)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 27 November 1869; Next 30 November 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Long Strike (1)

Author: Dion L. Boucicault; Composer: Edwin Ellis

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Next 30 November 1869

Genre:  (Drama) great drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

(manufacturers)
      Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
      Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
(magistrates)
      Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
      Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd (ringleader of "the strike" and delegate from the United Working Men): Ben[jamin N.] Webster
(delegates and leaders)
      Shorrock: Smithson
      John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
      James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie (foreman of engineers): W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly (Irish sailor): J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny (solicitor): George G. Belmore
Slack (telegraph operator): [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw (policeman): Charles H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob (working man): Aldridge
Sam Bowles: [G.] Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd (factory girl): Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy (Moneypenny's servant): Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

Spectacle

Scenery Description

3)  Domestic Economy (50)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 27 November 1869; Next 30 November 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

General, Music


30 November 1869
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (26)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 29 November 1869; Next 1 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Long Strike (2)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 29 November 1869; Next 1 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (51)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 29 November 1869; Next 1 December 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

1 December 1869
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (27)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 30 November 1869; Next 2 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Long Strike (3)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 30 November 1869; Next 2 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (52)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 30 November 1869; Next 2 December 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

2 December 1869
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (28)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 1 December 1869; Next 3 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Long Strike (4)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 1 December 1869; Next 3 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (53)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 1 December 1869; Next 3 December 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

3 December 1869
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (29)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 2 December 1869; Next 4 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Long Strike (5)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 2 December 1869; Next 4 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (54)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 2 December 1869; Next 4 December 1869

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

4 December 1869
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
29 November 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (30)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 3 December 1869; Next 23 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: [Edward] Atkins
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Long Strike (6)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 3 December 1869; Next 6 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (55)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 3 December 1869; Next 10 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

6 December 1869
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (7)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 4 December 1869; Next 7 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (50)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 27 November 1869; Next 7 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

7 December 1869
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (8)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 6 December 1869; Next 8 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (51)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 6 December 1869; Next 8 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

8 December 1869
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (9)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 7 December 1869; Next 9 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (52)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 7 December 1869; Next 9 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

9 December 1869
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (10)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 8 December 1869; Next 10 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (53)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 8 December 1869; Next 10 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

Cast Changes:

BUT  Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold (replaces J[ames] D. Beveridge)

10 December 1869
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (11)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 9 December 1869; Next 11 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (54)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 9 December 1869; Next 11 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

11 December 1869
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
6 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (12)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 10 December 1869; Next 13 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (55)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 10 December 1869; Next 13 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

13 December 1869
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (13)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 11 December 1869; Next 14 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (56)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 11 December 1869; Next 14 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

14 December 1869
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (14)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 13 December 1869; Next 15 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (57)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 13 December 1869; Next 15 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

15 December 1869
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (15)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 14 December 1869; Next 16 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (58)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 14 December 1869; Next 16 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

16 December 1869
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (16)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 15 December 1869; Next 17 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (59)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 15 December 1869; Next 17 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

17 December 1869
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (17)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 16 December 1869; Next 18 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (60)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 16 December 1869; Next 18 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

18 December 1869
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
13 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (18)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 17 December 1869; Next 20 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (61)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 17 December 1869; Next 20 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

20 December 1869
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (19)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 18 December 1869; Next 21 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (62)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 18 December 1869; Next 21 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

21 December 1869
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (20)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 20 December 1869; Next 22 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (63)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 20 December 1869; Next 22 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

22 December 1869
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (21)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 21 December 1869; Next 23 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (64)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 21 December 1869; Next 23 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

23 December 1869
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (22)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 22 December 1869; Next 24 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (65)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 22 December 1869; Next 24 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

24 December 1869
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
20 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (23)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 23 December 1869; Next 27 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: J[ames] G. Taylor
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (66)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 23 December 1869; Next 27 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss Rose Leclercq
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

25 December 1869
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Christmas


27 December 1869
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (24)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 24 December 1869; Next 28 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

Cast Changes:

BUT  Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins (replaces J[ames] G. Taylor)

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (67)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 24 December 1869; Next 28 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

Cast Changes:

BUT  Katey: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado (replaces Miss Rose Leclercq)

28 December 1869
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (25)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 27 December 1869; Next 29 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (68)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 27 December 1869; Next 29 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

29 December 1869
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (26)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 28 December 1869; Next 30 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (69)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 28 December 1869; Next 30 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

30 December 1869
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (27)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 29 December 1869; Next 31 December 1869

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (70)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 29 December 1869; Next 31 December 1869

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

31 December 1869
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (28)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 30 December 1869; Next 1 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (71)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 30 December 1869; Next 1 January 1870

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

1 January 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
27 December 1869
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (29)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 31 December 1869; Next 3 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: [Frank] Moreland
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (72)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 31 December 1869; Next 3 January 1870

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

3 January 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (30)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 1 January 1870; Next 4 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: A[rthur] W. Powell
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

Cast Changes:

BUT  Slack: A[rthur] W. Powell (replaces [Frank] Moreland)

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (73)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 1 January 1870; Next 4 January 1870

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

4 January 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (31)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 3 January 1870; Next 5 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: A[rthur] W. Powell
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (74)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 3 January 1870; Next 5 January 1870

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

5 January 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (32)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 4 January 1870; Next 6 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: A[rthur] W. Powell
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (75)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 4 January 1870; Next 6 January 1870

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

6 January 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (33)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 5 January 1870; Next 7 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: A[rthur] W. Powell
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (76)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 5 January 1870; Next 7 January 1870

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

7 January 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (34)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 6 January 1870; Next 8 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: A[rthur] W. Powell
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (77)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 6 January 1870; Next 8 January 1870

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

8 January 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  The Long Strike (35)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 7 January 1870; Next 10 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: A[rthur] W. Powell
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

2)  Lost at Sea: A London Story (78)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 7 January 1870

Cast:

Walter Coram: Arthur Stirling
Lord Alfred Colebrooke: W[illiam H.] Rignold
Jos. Jessop: George G. Belmore
Rawlings: [Edward] Atkins
Franklin: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Smyley: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Griffiths: G. Skinner
Dr. Thorpe: C. Locksley
Jones: [E.] Tomlin
Gabriel: C[hristopher] J. Smith
McKay: Hawthorne
Bidder: Cooper
Grey: R[obert] Romer
Katey: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Laura Franklin: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Jessop: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Pybus: Mrs. Stoker
lady: Miss E. Turtle
boy with "Echo": Miss Stoker
bankers' clerks, cashiers, tradesmen, tradeswomen, policemen, telegraph boys, ladies, children, messengers:
      Morris
      Rushton
      Smithson
      Aldridge
      Cox
      Askel
      Batty
      Moore
      Wright
      Andrews
      J. Powell
      F. Conran
      W. Powell
      Miss Manley
      Miss Conran

10 January 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here

Author: Robert B. Brough

Author Commentary:  "The late Robert Brough" (bill)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Next 11 January 1870

Genre:  (Farce) new and original farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: Charles H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Long Strike (36)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 8 January 1870; Next 11 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: A[rthur] W. Powell
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

Cast Changes:

BUT  Jem Starkie: J[ames] D. Beveridge (replaces W[illiam H.] Rignold)

3)  Domestic Economy (56)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 4 December 1869; Next 11 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

Cast Changes:

BUT  2nd customer: Miss Gates (replaces Miss Conran)
  Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran (replaces Mrs. Stoker)

Cast Commentary


11 January 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
10 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (2)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 10 January 1870; Next 12 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Long Strike (37)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 10 January 1870; Next 12 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: A[rthur] W. Powell
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (57)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 10 January 1870; Next 12 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

12 January 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (3)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 11 January 1870; Next 13 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Long Strike (38)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 11 January 1870; Next 13 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: A[rthur] W. Powell
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (58)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 11 January 1870; Next 13 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

13 January 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (4)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 12 January 1870; Next 14 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Long Strike (39)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 12 January 1870; Next 14 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: A[rthur] W. Powell
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (59)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 12 January 1870; Next 14 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

14 January 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
12 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (5)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 13 January 1870; Next 15 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Long Strike (40)

Performances:  First 29 November 1869; Previous 13 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Radley: Arthur Stirling
Mr. Aspinall: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Armitage: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Brooke: C. Locksley
Noah Learoyd: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Shorrock: Smithson
John O'Dick: [E.] Tomlin
James Staley: Robinson
Jem Starkie: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Johnny Reilly: [Edward] Atkins
Moneypenny: George G. Belmore
Slack: A[rthur] W. Powell
Crankshaw: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Jack O'Bob: Aldridge
Sam Bowles: G. Skinner
money taker: Richards
ticket collector: Mathews
Jane Learoyd: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Betsy: Miss E. Turtle
female passenger: Mrs. Stoker

3)  Domestic Economy (60)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 13 January 1870; Next 15 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: Aldridge
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

15 January 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (6)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 14 January 1870; Next 17 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Thomas W. Robertson

Author Commentary:  "By the author of Society, Ours, Caste, Play, School, Home, Dreams" (bill)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Next 17 January 1870

Genre:  (Drama) new and original Adelphi drama; 5 acts

First Night Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Benjamin N. Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: [G.] Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

Scenery Description

3)  Domestic Economy (61)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 14 January 1870; Next 17 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Tom Brown: G. Skinner (replaces Aldridge)

Cast Commentary

General, Music


17 January 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (7)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 15 January 1870; Next 18 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (2)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 15 January 1870; Next 18 January 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (62)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 15 January 1870; Next 18 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

18 January 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (8)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 17 January 1870; Next 19 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (3)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 17 January 1870; Next 19 January 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (63)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 17 January 1870; Next 19 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

19 January 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (9)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 18 January 1870; Next 20 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (4)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 18 January 1870; Next 20 January 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (64)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 18 January 1870; Next 20 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

20 January 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (10)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 19 January 1870; Next 21 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (5)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 19 January 1870; Next 21 January 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (65)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 19 January 1870; Next 21 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

21 January 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (11)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 20 January 1870; Next 22 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (6)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 20 January 1870; Next 22 January 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (66)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 20 January 1870; Next 22 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

22 January 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (12)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 21 January 1870; Next 24 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (7)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 21 January 1870; Next 24 January 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (67)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 21 January 1870; Next 24 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

24 January 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (13)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 22 January 1870; Next 25 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (8)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 22 January 1870; Next 25 January 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (68)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 22 January 1870; Next 25 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

25 January 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (14)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 24 January 1870; Next 26 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (9)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 24 January 1870; Next 26 January 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (69)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 24 January 1870; Next 26 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

26 January 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (15)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 25 January 1870; Next 27 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (10)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 25 January 1870; Next 27 January 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (70)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 25 January 1870; Next 27 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

27 January 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (16)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 26 January 1870; Next 28 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (11)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 26 January 1870; Next 28 January 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (71)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 26 January 1870; Next 28 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

28 January 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (17)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 27 January 1870; Next 29 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (12)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 27 January 1870; Next 29 January 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (72)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 27 January 1870; Next 29 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

29 January 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
24 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (18)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 28 January 1870; Next 31 January 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (13)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 28 January 1870; Next 31 January 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (73)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 28 January 1870; Next 31 January 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

31 January 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (19)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 29 January 1870; Next 1 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (14)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 29 January 1870; Next 1 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (74)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 29 January 1870; Next 1 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

1 February 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (20)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 31 January 1870; Next 2 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (15)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 31 January 1870; Next 2 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (75)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 31 January 1870; Next 2 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

2 February 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (21)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 1 February 1870; Next 3 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (16)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 1 February 1870; Next 3 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (76)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 1 February 1870; Next 3 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

3 February 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (22)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 2 February 1870; Next 4 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (17)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 2 February 1870; Next 4 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (77)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 2 February 1870; Next 4 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

4 February 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (23)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 3 February 1870; Next 5 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (18)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 3 February 1870; Next 5 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (78)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 3 February 1870; Next 5 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

5 February 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
31 January 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (24)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 4 February 1870; Next 7 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Lennox Grey
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (19)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 4 February 1870; Next 7 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (79)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 4 February 1870; Next 7 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Conran
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Gates

7 February 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (25)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 5 February 1870; Next 8 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

Cast Changes:

BUT  Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle (replaces Miss Lennox Grey)

Cast Commentary

2)  The Nightingale (20)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 5 February 1870; Next 8 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (80)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 5 February 1870; Next 8 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

Cast Changes:

BUT  2nd customer: Miss Conran (replaces Miss Gates)
  Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker (replaces Mrs. Conran)

8 February 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (26)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 7 February 1870; Next 9 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (21)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 7 February 1870; Next 9 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (81)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 7 February 1870; Next 9 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

9 February 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (27)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 8 February 1870; Next 10 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (22)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 8 February 1870; Next 10 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (82)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 8 February 1870; Next 10 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

10 February 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (28)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 9 February 1870; Next 11 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (23)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 9 February 1870; Next 11 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (83)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 9 February 1870; Next 11 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

11 February 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (29)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 10 February 1870; Next 12 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (24)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 10 February 1870; Next 12 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (84)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 10 February 1870; Next 12 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

12 February 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
7 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (30)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 11 February 1870; Next 14 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (25)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 11 February 1870; Next 14 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (85)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 11 February 1870; Next 14 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

14 February 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (31)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 12 February 1870; Next 15 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (26)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 12 February 1870; Next 15 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

Song

3)  Domestic Economy (86)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 12 February 1870; Next 15 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

15 February 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (32)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 14 February 1870; Next 16 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (27)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 14 February 1870; Next 16 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (87)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 14 February 1870; Next 16 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

16 February 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (33)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 15 February 1870; Next 17 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  The Nightingale (28)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 15 February 1870; Next 17 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

3)  Domestic Economy (88)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 15 February 1870

Cast:

John Grumly: George G. Belmore
Tom Brown: G. Skinner
Joe: Miss Stoker
Mrs. Grumly: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Snugsby: Mrs. Stoker
Mrs. Shackles: Miss Turtle
1st customer: Miss Manley
2nd customer: Miss Conran

17 February 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
17 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (34)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 16 February 1870; Next 18 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here

Author: Henry J. Byron

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Next 18 February 1870

Genre:  (Comedy) new and original comic drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd (solicitor and money lender): Charles H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley (his clerk): J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart. (his ward): Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould (his messenger): G[eorge G.] Belmore
Felicia Craven (his niece): Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould (washerwoman): Miss Lavis

Scenery Description

3)  The Nightingale (29)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 16 February 1870; Next 18 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

18 February 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
17 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (35)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 17 February 1870; Next 19 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (2)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 17 February 1870; Next 19 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: George G. Belmore
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

3)  The Nightingale (30)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 17 February 1870; Next 19 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

19 February 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
17 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (36)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 18 February 1870; Next 21 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (3)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 18 February 1870; Next 21 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: George G. Belmore
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

3)  The Nightingale (31)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 18 February 1870; Next 21 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

21 February 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (37)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 19 February 1870; Next 22 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (4)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 19 February 1870; Next 22 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: George G. Belmore
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

3)  The Nightingale (32)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 19 February 1870; Next 22 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

22 February 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (38)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 21 February 1870; Next 23 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (5)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 21 February 1870; Next 23 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: George G. Belmore
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

3)  The Nightingale (33)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 21 February 1870; Next 23 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

23 February 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (39)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 22 February 1870; Next 24 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (6)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 22 February 1870; Next 24 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: George G. Belmore
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

3)  The Nightingale (34)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 22 February 1870; Next 24 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

24 February 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (40)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 23 February 1870; Next 25 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (7)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 23 February 1870; Next 25 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: George G. Belmore
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

3)  The Nightingale (35)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 23 February 1870; Next 25 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

25 February 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (41)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 24 February 1870; Next 26 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (8)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 24 February 1870; Next 26 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: George G. Belmore
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

3)  The Nightingale (36)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 24 February 1870; Next 26 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

26 February 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
21 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (42)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 25 February 1870; Next 28 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (9)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 25 February 1870; Next 28 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: George G. Belmore
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

3)  The Nightingale (37)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 25 February 1870; Next 28 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

28 February 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (43)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 26 February 1870; Next 1 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (10)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 26 February 1870; Next 1 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: George G. Belmore
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

3)  The Nightingale (38)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 26 February 1870; Next 1 March 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

1 March 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 February 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Open to Conviction! (44)

Performances:  First 10 January 1870; Previous 28 February 1870

Cast:

Mr. Plastic Pheeble: George G. Belmore
Major Popthorne: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Jogmerton: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Algernon Brown: J[ames] D. Beveridge
James: G. Skinner
Arabella Jogmerton: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Bright: Mrs. Leigh Murray

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (11)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 28 February 1870; Next 3 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: George G. Belmore
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

3)  The Nightingale (39)

Performances:  First 15 January 1870; Previous 28 February 1870

Cast:

Harold Fane: Arthur Stirling
Ismael: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Jack Chepstowe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
William Waye: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Major Pomeroy: H[arwood] Cooper
Joe: G. Skinner
Willie: Master Blanchard
Mary: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Keziah: Miss Eliza Johnstone
Mrs. Minns: Mrs. [John] Caulfield

2 March 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Ash Wednesday


3 March 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
3 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (1)

Title Comment:  1st time here

Author: Henry J. Byron

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Next 4 March 1870

Genre:  (Drama) celebrated drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Josiah Craddok (solicitor): Stuart
Mr. Boulder (of the firm of Boulder & Green, attorneys): Cooper
John Drummond (clerk to Craddock): A[rthur] Stirling
Charley Spraggs (clerk to Craddock): Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden (afterwards Sir Harry): J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace (physician): Charles H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward (bank manager): G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent (of the police): [E.] Tomlin
John (servant to Sir Harry): Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
(twin sisters)
      Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
      Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

Scenery Description

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (12)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 1 March 1870; Next 4 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: George G. Belmore
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

4 March 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
3 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (2)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 3 March 1870; Next 5 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (13)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 3 March 1870; Next 5 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: George G. Belmore
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

5 March 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
3 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (3)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 4 March 1870; Next 7 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (14)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 4 March 1870; Next 7 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: George G. Belmore
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

7 March 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
7 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (4)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 5 March 1870; Next 8 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (15)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 5 March 1870; Next 8 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor (replaces G[eorge G.] Belmore)

8 March 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (5)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 7 March 1870; Next 9 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (16)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 7 March 1870; Next 9 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

9 March 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (6)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 8 March 1870; Next 10 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (17)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 8 March 1870; Next 10 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

10 March 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (7)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 9 March 1870; Next 11 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (18)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 9 March 1870; Next 11 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

11 March 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
7 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (8)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 10 March 1870; Next 12 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (19)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 10 March 1870; Next 12 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

12 March 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
7 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (9)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 11 March 1870; Next 14 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (20)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 11 March 1870; Next 14 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

14 March 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
14 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (10)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 12 March 1870; Next 15 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (21)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 12 March 1870; Next 15 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

15 March 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (11)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 14 March 1870; Next 16 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (22)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 14 March 1870; Next 16 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

16 March 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (12)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 15 March 1870; Next 17 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (23)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 15 March 1870; Next 17 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

17 March 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (13)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 16 March 1870; Next 18 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (24)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 16 March 1870; Next 18 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

18 March 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
14 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (14)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 17 March 1870; Next 19 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (25)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 17 March 1870; Next 19 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

19 March 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
19 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (15)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 18 March 1870; Next 21 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (26)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 18 March 1870; Next 21 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

21 March 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
21 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (16)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 19 March 1870; Next 22 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (27)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 19 March 1870; Next 22 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

22 March 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Blow for Blow (17)

Performances:  First 3 March 1870; Previous 21 March 1870

Cast:

Josiah Craddok: Stuart
Mr. Boulder: Cooper
John Drummond: Arthur Stirling
Charley Spraggs: Henry J. Byron
Lieut. Linden: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Dr. Grace: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Kenward: G. Skinner
Sergeant Brent: [E.] Tomlin
John: Smithson
Lady Ethel Linden: Miss Maria Harris
Alice Petherick: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mildred Craddock: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Mrs. Mousley: Miss Lavis
Kitty Wobbler: Miss Eliza Johnstone

2)  Not Such a Fool As He Looks (28)

Performances:  First 17 February 1870; Previous 21 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Daniel Murgatroyd: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Frederick Grantley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Sir Simon Simple, Bart.: Henry J. Byron
Mr. Mould: J[ames] G. Taylor
Felicia Craven: Miss Maria Harris
Mrs. Merton: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Mrs. Mould: Miss Lavis

23 March 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (31)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 4 December 1869; Next 24 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

Cast Changes:

BUT  Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor (replaces E[dward] Atkins)

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever

Author: Henry J. Byron; Composer: Edwin Ellis

Author Commentary:  "Author of Cyril's Success, Blow for Blow, Not Such a Fool as He Looks, Uncle Dick's Darling" (bill)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Next 24 March 1870

Genre:  (Drama) new and original domestic drama; 4 acts

First Night Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning (of Glendinning, Purlby & Co., provincial bankers): Charles H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning (his son—a young barrister of the "Rhinoceros Irregulars"): J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket (of the "Rhinoceros Irregulars"): R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe (formerly an officer in the army, now prompter at the Snaggleton Theatre): Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe (his son—clerk in a commercial house at Filiboro): J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville (a London manager): H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby (manager of the Snaggleton Theatre): Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont (his leading tragedian): Henry J. Byron
Mumps (stage-door keeper at the Polygon): C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur (a call-boy): Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps (admirer from the front): W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder (budding author): [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe (Bristowe's daughter—young provincial actress): Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel (London star): Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin (a Snagglton lady): Miss Lavis
(ladies in the Polygon Corps de Ballet)
      Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
      Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
      Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds (Miss Mountcashel's maid): Mrs. Gates

Scenery Description

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (1)

Author: John M. Morton

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Next 24 March 1870

Genre:  (Farce) screaming farce

First Night Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: Charles H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally (servant): Miss Lennox Grey
 

24 March 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (32)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 23 March 1870; Next 25 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (2)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 23 March 1870; Next 25 March 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (2)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 23 March 1870; Next 25 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

25 March 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (33)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 24 March 1870; Next 26 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (3)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 24 March 1870; Next 26 March 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (3)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 24 March 1870; Next 26 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

26 March 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (34)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 25 March 1870; Next 28 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (4)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 25 March 1870; Next 28 March 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (4)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 25 March 1870; Next 28 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

28 March 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (35)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 26 March 1870; Next 29 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (5)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 26 March 1870; Next 29 March 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (5)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 26 March 1870; Next 29 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

29 March 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (36)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 28 March 1870; Next 30 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (6)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 28 March 1870; Next 30 March 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (6)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 28 March 1870; Next 30 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

30 March 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (37)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 29 March 1870; Next 31 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (7)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 29 March 1870; Next 31 March 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (7)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 29 March 1870; Next 31 March 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

31 March 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (38)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 30 March 1870; Next 1 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (8)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 30 March 1870; Next 1 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (8)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 30 March 1870; Next 1 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

1 April 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (39)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 31 March 1870; Next 2 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (9)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 31 March 1870; Next 2 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (9)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 31 March 1870; Next 2 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

2 April 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
28 March 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (40)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 1 April 1870; Next 4 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (10)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 1 April 1870; Next 4 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (10)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 1 April 1870; Next 4 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

4 April 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (41)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 2 April 1870; Next 5 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (11)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 2 April 1870; Next 5 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (11)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 2 April 1870; Next 5 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

5 April 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (42)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 4 April 1870; Next 6 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (12)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 4 April 1870; Next 6 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (12)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 4 April 1870; Next 6 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

6 April 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (43)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 5 April 1870; Next 7 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (13)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 5 April 1870; Next 7 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (13)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 5 April 1870; Next 7 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

7 April 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (44)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 6 April 1870; Next 8 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (14)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 6 April 1870; Next 8 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (14)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 6 April 1870; Next 8 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

8 April 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (45)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 7 April 1870; Next 9 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (15)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 7 April 1870; Next 9 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (15)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 7 April 1870; Next 9 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

9 April 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (46)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 8 April 1870; Next 11 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (16)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 8 April 1870; Next 11 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (16)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 8 April 1870; Next 11 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Lennox Grey
 

11 April 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (47)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 9 April 1870; Next 12 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (17)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 9 April 1870; Next 12 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (17)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 9 April 1870; Next 12 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Eliza Johnstone
 

Cast Changes:

BUT  Sally: Miss Eliza Johnstone (replaces Miss Lennox Grey)

Cast Commentary


12 April 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (48)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 11 April 1870; Next 13 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (18)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 11 April 1870; Next 13 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (18)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 11 April 1870; Next 13 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Eliza Johnstone
 

13 April 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
11 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (49)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 12 April 1870; Next 14 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (19)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 12 April 1870; Next 14 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (19)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 12 April 1870; Next 14 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Eliza Johnstone
 

14 April 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
11 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  My Precious Betsy (50)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 13 April 1870; Next 16 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (20)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 13 April 1870; Next 16 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  Whitebait at Greenwich (20)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 13 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Benjamin Buzzard: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Mr. Glummer: Ashley
John Small: J[ames] G. Taylor
Miss Lucretia Buzzard: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Sally: Miss Eliza Johnstone
 

15 April 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi

Dark: Good Friday


16 April 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (26)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 30 October 1869; Next 18 April 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (21)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 14 April 1870; Next 18 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  My Precious Betsy (51)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 14 April 1870; Next 18 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

18 April 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (27)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 16 April 1870; Next 19 April 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (22)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 16 April 1870; Next 19 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  My Precious Betsy (52)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 16 April 1870; Next 19 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

19 April 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (28)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 18 April 1870; Next 20 April 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (23)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 18 April 1870; Next 20 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  My Precious Betsy (53)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 18 April 1870; Next 20 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

20 April 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (29)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 19 April 1870; Next 21 April 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (24)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 19 April 1870; Next 21 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  My Precious Betsy (54)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 19 April 1870; Next 21 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

21 April 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
16 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (30)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 20 April 1870; Next 22 April 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (25)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 20 April 1870; Next 22 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  My Precious Betsy (55)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 20 April 1870; Next 22 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

22 April 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (31)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 21 April 1870; Next 23 April 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (26)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 21 April 1870; Next 23 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  My Precious Betsy (56)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 21 April 1870; Next 23 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

23 April 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: Benjamin N. Webster

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (32)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 22 April 1870; Next 25 April 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (27)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 22 April 1870; Next 25 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  My Precious Betsy (57)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 22 April 1870; Next 25 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

General, Advertisement


25 April 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (33)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 23 April 1870; Next 26 April 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (28)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 23 April 1870; Next 26 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  My Precious Betsy (58)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 23 April 1870; Next 26 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

General, Advertisement


26 April 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (34)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 25 April 1870; Next 27 April 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (29)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 25 April 1870; Next 27 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  My Precious Betsy (59)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 25 April 1870; Next 27 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

27 April 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (35)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 26 April 1870; Next 28 April 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (30)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 26 April 1870; Next 28 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  My Precious Betsy (60)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 26 April 1870; Next 28 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

28 April 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
25 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (36)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 27 April 1870; Next 29 April 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (31)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 27 April 1870; Next 29 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  My Precious Betsy (61)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 27 April 1870; Next 29 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

29 April 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
25 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (37)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 28 April 1870; Next 30 April 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (32)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 28 April 1870; Next 30 April 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  My Precious Betsy (62)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 28 April 1870; Next 30 April 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

30 April 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 April 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (38)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 29 April 1870; Next 2 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (33)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 29 April 1870; Next 2 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Miss Lavis
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  My Precious Betsy (63)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 29 April 1870; Next 2 May 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

2 May 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
2 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (39)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 30 April 1870; Next 3 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (34)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 30 April 1870; Next 3 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

Cast Changes:

BUT  Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray (replaces Miss Lavis)

3)  My Precious Betsy (64)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 30 April 1870; Next 3 May 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

3 May 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
2 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (40)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 2 May 1870; Next 4 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (35)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 2 May 1870; Next 4 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  My Precious Betsy (65)

Performances:  First 1 November 1869; Previous 2 May 1870

Cast:

Mr. Bobtail: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Wagtail: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Mr. Langford: G. Skinner
Mrs. Bobtail: Miss Turtle
Mrs. Wagtail: Mrs. Stoker
Nancy Muddle: Miss Eliza Johnstone
nurse: Miss Conran

4 May 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (41)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 3 May 1870; Next 5 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (36)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 3 May 1870; Next 5 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (1)

Title Comment:  1st time ever. "Based on German legend of Three Sisters, by Musoeus" (bill)

Author: Henry J. Byron; Composer: Edwin Ellis

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Next 5 May 1870

Genre:  (Extravaganza) fairy extravaganza

First Night Cast:

Zorneybock (old enchanter): C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen (nobleman): J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog (son of Lobscousenhousen): Mrs. A[lfred] Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
(transformed princes)
      Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
      Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly (1st app here)
      Prince Politico: Miss Grahame (1st app here)
the bear (who is Prince Punctilio when in "human form divine"): Ashley
the eagle (who is Prince Paletot when not like a bird): H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin (who is Prince Politico when out of his scale armour): W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman (privileged servant of the Lobscousenhousens): Miss M[adge] Montgomery (first time here)
(the baron's daughters)
      Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs (1st app here)
      Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne (1st app here)
      Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard (who has been sleep for seven years): Miss Cecil (1st app here)
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray

Spectacle

Scenery Description


5 May 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (42)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 4 May 1870; Next 6 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (37)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 4 May 1870; Next 6 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (2)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 4 May 1870; Next 6 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray

6 May 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (43)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 5 May 1870; Next 7 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (38)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 5 May 1870; Next 7 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (3)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 5 May 1870; Next 7 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray

7 May 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (44)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 6 May 1870; Next 9 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (39)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 6 May 1870; Next 9 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (4)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 6 May 1870; Next 9 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray

9 May 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
9 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (45)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 7 May 1870; Next 10 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (40)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 7 May 1870; Next 10 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (5)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 7 May 1870; Next 10 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

Cast Changes:

ADDS  the bull: G. Skinner

10 May 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (46)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 9 May 1870; Next 11 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (41)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 9 May 1870; Next 11 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (6)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 9 May 1870; Next 11 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

11 May 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
9 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (47)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 10 May 1870; Next 12 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (42)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 10 May 1870; Next 12 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (7)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 10 May 1870; Next 12 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

12 May 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (48)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 11 May 1870; Next 13 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (43)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 11 May 1870; Next 13 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (8)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 11 May 1870; Next 13 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

13 May 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
9 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (49)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 12 May 1870; Next 14 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (44)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 12 May 1870; Next 14 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (9)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 12 May 1870; Next 14 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

14 May 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (50)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 13 May 1870; Next 16 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (45)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 13 May 1870; Next 16 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (10)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 13 May 1870; Next 16 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

16 May 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
16 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (51)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 14 May 1870; Next 17 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (46)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 14 May 1870; Next 17 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (11)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 14 May 1870; Next 17 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

17 May 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
16 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (52)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 16 May 1870; Next 18 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (47)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 16 May 1870; Next 18 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (12)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 16 May 1870; Next 18 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

18 May 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
18 May 1870
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: R. Phillips (stage mgr)

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (53)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 17 May 1870; Next 19 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (48)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 17 May 1870; Next 19 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (13)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 17 May 1870; Next 19 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

19 May 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
18 May 1870
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: R. Phillips (stage mgr)

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (54)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 18 May 1870; Next 20 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (49)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 18 May 1870; Next 20 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (14)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 18 May 1870; Next 20 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

Title: General Commentary


20 May 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
16 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (55)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 19 May 1870; Next 21 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (50)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 19 May 1870; Next 21 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (15)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 19 May 1870; Next 21 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

21 May 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (56)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 20 May 1870; Next 23 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (51)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 20 May 1870; Next 23 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (16)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 20 May 1870; Next 23 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

23 May 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
23 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: John W. Anson (treasurer)

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (57)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 21 May 1870; Next 24 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (52)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 21 May 1870; Next 24 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (17)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 21 May 1870; Next 24 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

24 May 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
23 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: John W. Anson (treasurer)

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (58)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 23 May 1870; Next 26 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (53)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 23 May 1870; Next 25 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (18)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 23 May 1870; Next 25 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

Title: General Commentary


25 May 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
25 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

Benefit: Mrs. Alfred Mellon

1)  Paul Pry (1)

Title Comment:  2 acts only

Author: [John Poole]

Performances:  First 25 May 1870

Genre:  (Comedy) celebrated comedy; 2 acts

First Night Cast:

Colonel Hardy: Charles H. Stephenson
Mr. Witherton: R. Phillips
Paul Pry: J[ohn] L. Toole
Harry Stanley: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Frank Hardy: Ashley
Grasp: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Doubledot: H[arwood] Cooper
Simon: G. Skinner
Willis: W[illiam] H. Eburne
servant: Smithson
Phoebe: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Mrs. Subtle: Mrs. [John] Billington
Eliza: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado (this occasion only)

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (54)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 24 May 1870; Next 26 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (19)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 24 May 1870; Next 26 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

26 May 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Too Much of a Good Thing (59)

Performances:  First 2 October 1869; Previous 24 May 1870

Cast:

Captain Hector Montgomery: Ashley
Dr. Brandysnap: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Sam: H[arwood] Cooper
Isabel: Miss Nelly Harris
Dianah Brandysnap: Miss Maria Harris
Betty: Miss Turtle

2)  The Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside (55)

Performances:  First 23 March 1870; Previous 25 May 1870

Cast:

Sir Michael Glendinning: C[harles] H. Stephenson
Ernest Glendinning: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Captain Racket: R. Phillips
Mr. Frank Bristowe: Ben[jamin N.] Webster
Ned Bristowe: J[ames] G. Taylor
Mr. Mandaville: H[arwood] Cooper
Mr. Gadsby: Ashley
Mr. De Lacy Fitzaltamont: Henry J. Byron
Mumps: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Arthur: Smithson
Mr. Kerr Phipps: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Mr. Ponder: [E.] Tomlin
Mr. Dobson: G. Skinner
printer's man: C. Cox
Florence Bristowe: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado
Miss Emily Mountcashel: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Miss Gulpin: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Miss Milly Brown: Miss Stoker
Miss Tilly Smith: Miss Manley
Miss Sally Robinson: Miss E. Turtle
Reynolds: Mrs. Gates

3)  The Enchanted Wood; or, The Three Transformed Princes (20)

Performances:  First 4 May 1870; Previous 25 May 1870

Cast:

Zorneybock: C[hristopher] J. Smith
Baron Lobscousenhousen: J[ames] G. Taylor
Count Cleverdog: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
an imp: Master Sydney
Prince Punctilio: Miss Nelly Harris
Prince Paletot: Miss Clara Shelly
Prince Politico: Miss Grahame
the bear: Ashley
the eagle: H[arwood] Cooper
the dolphin: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Guterman: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Lady Belinda: Miss Patti Josephs
Lady Amanda: Miss Clara Thorne
Lady Lucinda: Miss Maria Harris
Princess Hildegard: Miss Cecil
Baroness Lobscousenhousen: Mrs. Leigh Murray
the bull: G. Skinner

27 May 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
27 May 1870
playbill
London Theatre Museum

Benefit: Miss Teresa E. Furtado

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

Author: J[ohn] B. Buckstone

Performances:  First 27 May 1870

Genre:  (Drama) celebrated old Adelphi drama; 3 acts

First Night Cast:

Connor O'Kennedy: Ashley
George O'Kennedy: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Wild Murtogh: Charles H. Stephenson
Paddy Kelly: [E.] Tomlin
Tim O'Toole: [G.] Skinner
Kelly: Smithson
Captain Dartois: W[illiam] H. Eburne
Muster Grinnidge (this night only): H[enry] J. Byron
Jack Gong (this night only): J[ohn] Clarke
Little Bear: Skinner
Rattlesnake: Jones
Larry: Arthur
Dennis: H[arwood] Cooper
Miami: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado (1st app in role)
Nelly O'Neil: Mrs. Alfred Mellon
Geraldine: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Tiger-tail: Miss Turtle
Meg: Mrs. Stoker
Louise: Miss E. Turtle
soldiers, servants, peasants: [Unlisted]

2)  A Midsummer Night's Dream (1)

Author: [William] Shakespeare

Performances:  First 27 May 1870

Genre:  (Comedy); 2d & 3d acts only

First Night Cast:

Lysander: Ashley
Demetrius: J[ames] D. Beveridge
Bottom: Ben[jamin N.] Webster (this time only)
Quince (the carpenter): W[illiam] H. Eburne
Snug (the joiner): G. Skinner
Flute (the bellowmender): H[arwood] Cooper
Snout (the tinker): C[hristopher] J. Smith
Starveling (the tailor): [E.] Tomlin
Puck: Miss [Teresa E.] Furtado (1st time in role)
Oberon: Miss Scott
Hermia: Miss Maria Harris
Helena: Miss Nelly Harris
Titania: Miss M[adge] Montgomery
Peaseblossom, Cobweb, Moth, Mustardseed, fairies, elves: [Unlisted]

Song

Entertainment

General, Advertisement


28 May 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
28 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  Number One, Round the Corner (1)

Author: [William Brough]

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Next 30 May 1870

Genre:  (Farce) popular farce

First Night Cast:

(characters)
      Flipper: Ashley
      Nobbler: [William] Worboys (1st app here)
 

Cast Commentary

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (1)

Title Comment:  billed this week only under subtitle; opened in Leeds 11/mar/1870; 1st time in London

Author: [Charles Reade]

Author Commentary:  "Written by the author of It Is Never Too Late To Mend"(bill)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Next 30 May 1870

Genre:  (Drama) new drama; 4 acts

First Night Cast:

Guy Raby (Squire of Raby Hall): John Chute (1st app here)
Mr. Frederick Coventry (of Bolinghope): Ashley
Mr. Cheetham (proprietor of the Star Wheel Works): [John G.] Neville (1st app here)
Bayne (foreman at the Star Wheel—man of peace): R. Phillips
Henry Little (non-unionist workman): Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail (secretary of the Saw Grinders' Union): G. F. Sinclair (1st app here)
Jobson (secretary of the Edge Tool Forgers): Saunders
Parkins (secretary of the Handle Makers): [James] Paulo
Redcar (forgeman): Shaw
Putty Clarke (grinder): G. Skinner
Sam Cole (one of Grotail's "pet lambs"): George Pearce (1st app here)
Ransom (superintendent of police at Hillsboro): H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick (gentleman of many expedients): Richmond Kyrle (1st app here)
Mrs. Little (Henry's mother): Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden (young lady of property): Miss Margaret Young (1st app here)
Jael Dence (yeoman's daughter): Miss Robertha Erskine (1st app here)

Cast Commentary

Spectacle

Scenery Description


30 May 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
28 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Number One, Round the Corner (2)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 28 May 1870; Next 31 May 1870

Cast:

Flipper: Ashley
Nobbler: [William] Worboys
 

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (2)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 28 May 1870; Next 31 May 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: G. Skinner
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

31 May 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Number One, Round the Corner (3)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 30 May 1870; Next 1 June 1870

Cast:

Flipper: Ashley
Nobbler: [William] Worboys
 

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (3)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 30 May 1870; Next 1 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: G. Skinner
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

1 June 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Number One, Round the Corner (4)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 31 May 1870; Next 2 June 1870

Cast:

Flipper: Ashley
Nobbler: [William] Worboys
 

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (4)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 31 May 1870; Next 2 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: G. Skinner
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2 June 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Number One, Round the Corner (5)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 1 June 1870; Next 3 June 1870

Cast:

Flipper: Ashley
Nobbler: [William] Worboys
 

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (5)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 1 June 1870; Next 3 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: G. Skinner
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

3 June 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
28 May 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Number One, Round the Corner (6)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 2 June 1870

Cast:

Flipper: Ashley
Nobbler: [William] Worboys
 

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (6)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 2 June 1870; Next 4 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: G. Skinner
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

4 June 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
4 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Loan of a Lover (1)

Author: [James R. Planché]

Performances:  First 4 June 1870; Next 6 June 1870

Genre:  (Vaudeville)

First Night Cast:

Captain Amersfort: Richmond Kyrle
Peter Spyk: [William] Worboys
Swyzel: Geo[rge] Pearce
Delve: H[arwood] Cooper
Gertrude: Miss Phillis Glover (1st app here)
Ernestine: Miss R. Mellor

Cast Commentary

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (7)

Title Comment:  from this date on, billed as Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 3 June 1870; Next 6 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: G. Skinner
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

6 June 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
6 June 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

Preliminaries Commentary

1)  The Loan of a Lover (2)

Performances:  First 4 June 1870; Previous 4 June 1870; Next 7 June 1870

Cast:

Captain Amersfort: Richmond Kyrle
Peter Spyk: [William] Worboys
Swyzel: George Pearce
Delve: H[arwood] Cooper
Gertrude: Miss Phillis Glover
Ernestine: Miss R. Mellor

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (8)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 4 June 1870; Next 7 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: G. Skinner
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

7 June 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
7 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Loan of a Lover (3)

Performances:  First 4 June 1870; Previous 6 June 1870; Next 8 June 1870

Cast:

Captain Amersfort: Richmond Kyrle
Peter Spyk: [William] Worboys
Swyzel: George Pearce
Delve: H[arwood] Cooper
Gertrude: Miss Phillis Glover
Ernestine: Miss R. Mellor

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (9)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 6 June 1870; Next 8 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: G. Skinner
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

8 June 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
8 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Loan of a Lover (4)

Performances:  First 4 June 1870; Previous 7 June 1870; Next 9 June 1870

Cast:

Captain Amersfort: Richmond Kyrle
Peter Spyk: [William] Worboys
Swyzel: George Pearce
Delve: H[arwood] Cooper
Gertrude: Miss Phillis Glover
Ernestine: Miss R. Mellor

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (10)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 7 June 1870; Next 9 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: G. Skinner
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

9 June 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
9 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Loan of a Lover (5)

Performances:  First 4 June 1870; Previous 8 June 1870; Next 10 June 1870

Cast:

Captain Amersfort: Richmond Kyrle
Peter Spyk: [William] Worboys
Swyzel: George Pearce
Delve: H[arwood] Cooper
Gertrude: Miss Phillis Glover
Ernestine: Miss R. Mellor

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (11)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 8 June 1870; Next 10 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: G. Skinner
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

10 June 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
10 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Loan of a Lover (6)

Performances:  First 4 June 1870; Previous 9 June 1870; Next 11 June 1870

Cast:

Captain Amersfort: Richmond Kyrle
Peter Spyk: [William] Worboys
Swyzel: George Pearce
Delve: H[arwood] Cooper
Gertrude: Miss Phillis Glover
Ernestine: Miss R. Mellor

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (12)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 9 June 1870; Next 11 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: G. Skinner
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

11 June 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
11 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Loan of a Lover (7)

Performances:  First 4 June 1870; Previous 10 June 1870; Next 13 June 1870

Cast:

Captain Amersfort: Richmond Kyrle
Peter Spyk: [William] Worboys
Swyzel: George Pearce
Delve: H[arwood] Cooper
Gertrude: Miss Phillis Glover
Ernestine: Miss R. Mellor

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (13)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 10 June 1870; Next 13 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: G. Skinner
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

13 June 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
13 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Loan of a Lover (8)

Performances:  First 4 June 1870; Previous 11 June 1870; Next 14 June 1870

Cast:

Captain Amersfort: Richmond Kyrle
Peter Spyk: [William] Worboys
Swyzel: George Pearce
Delve: H[arwood] Cooper
Gertrude: Miss Phillis Glover
Ernestine: Miss R. Mellor

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (14)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 11 June 1870; Next 14 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: G. Skinner
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

14 June 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
14 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  The Loan of a Lover (9)

Performances:  First 4 June 1870; Previous 13 June 1870

Cast:

Captain Amersfort: Richmond Kyrle
Peter Spyk: [William] Worboys
Swyzel: George Pearce
Delve: H[arwood] Cooper
Gertrude: Miss Phillis Glover
Ernestine: Miss R. Mellor

2)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (15)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 13 June 1870; Next 15 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: G. Skinner
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

15 June 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
15 June 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (16)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 14 June 1870; Next 16 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

Cast Changes:

BUT  Putty Clarke: Stead (replaces G. Skinner)

2)  The Robust Invalid (1)

Title Comment:  1st English perf; Nicoll: "1st perf Chestnut Treet, Philadelphia, 29/11/69 as Saucy Housemaid"; adapted from Moliere's Hypochondriac

Author: Moliere; Adapter: [Charles Reade]

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Next 16 June 1870

Genre:  (Comedy) delightful comedy

First Night Cast:

Argan (the robust invalid): [George J.] Vining (late lessee of Princess's Theatre)
Beroalde (Argan's brother): G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus (doctor of medicine): George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus (bachelor of medicine & son of Dr. Diafoirus): W[illiam] Worboys
Purgon (doctor of medicine): Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant (apothecary): H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes (lover of Angelique): Ashley
Arnolde (a domestic): Smithson
Madame Beline (second wife of Argan): Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique (daughter of Argan): Miss Phillis Glover
Louison (little girl 13 yrs old, sister of Angelique): Miss Florence Terry (1st app)
Toinette (saucy but faithful servant): Mrs. Seymour

Cast Commentary

Song


16 June 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
15 June 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (17)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 15 June 1870; Next 17 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (2)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 15 June 1870; Next 17 June 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

17 June 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 June 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (18)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 16 June 1870; Next 18 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (3)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 16 June 1870; Next 18 June 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

18 June 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
15 June 1870
playbill
New York Public Library

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (19)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 17 June 1870; Next 20 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (4)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 17 June 1870; Next 20 June 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

20 June 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
20 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (20)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 18 June 1870; Next 21 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (5)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 18 June 1870; Next 21 June 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

21 June 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
21 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (21)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 20 June 1870; Next 22 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (6)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 20 June 1870; Next 22 June 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

22 June 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
22 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (22)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 21 June 1870; Next 23 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (7)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 21 June 1870; Next 23 June 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

23 June 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
23 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (23)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 22 June 1870; Next 24 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (8)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 22 June 1870; Next 24 June 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

24 June 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
24 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (24)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 23 June 1870; Next 25 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (9)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 23 June 1870; Next 25 June 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

25 June 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
25 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (25)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 24 June 1870; Next 27 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (10)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 24 June 1870; Next 27 June 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

27 June 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
27 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (26)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 25 June 1870; Next 28 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (11)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 25 June 1870; Next 28 June 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

28 June 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
28 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (27)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 27 June 1870; Next 29 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (12)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 27 June 1870; Next 29 June 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

29 June 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
29 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (28)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 28 June 1870; Next 30 June 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (13)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 28 June 1870; Next 30 June 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

30 June 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
30 June 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (29)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 29 June 1870; Next 1 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (14)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 29 June 1870; Next 1 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

1 July 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
1 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (30)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 30 June 1870; Next 2 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (15)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 30 June 1870; Next 2 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

2 July 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
2 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (31)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 1 July 1870; Next 4 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (16)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 1 July 1870; Next 4 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

4 July 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
4 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (32)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 2 July 1870; Next 5 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (17)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 2 July 1870; Next 5 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

5 July 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
5 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (33)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 4 July 1870; Next 6 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (18)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 4 July 1870; Next 6 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

6 July 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
6 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (34)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 5 July 1870; Next 7 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (19)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 5 July 1870; Next 7 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

7 July 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
7 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (35)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 6 July 1870; Next 8 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (20)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 6 July 1870; Next 8 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

8 July 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
8 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (36)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 7 July 1870; Next 9 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (21)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 7 July 1870; Next 9 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

9 July 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
9 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (37)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 8 July 1870; Next 11 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (22)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 8 July 1870; Next 11 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

11 July 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
11 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (38)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 9 July 1870; Next 12 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (23)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 9 July 1870; Next 12 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

12 July 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
12 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (39)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 11 July 1870; Next 13 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (24)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 11 July 1870; Next 13 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

13 July 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
13 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (40)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 12 July 1870; Next 14 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (25)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 12 July 1870; Next 14 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

General, Advertisement


14 July 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
14 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (41)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 13 July 1870; Next 15 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (26)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 13 July 1870; Next 15 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

15 July 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
15 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (42)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 14 July 1870; Next 16 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (27)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 14 July 1870; Next 16 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

16 July 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
16 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (43)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 15 July 1870; Next 18 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (28)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 15 July 1870; Next 18 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

18 July 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
18 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (44)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 16 July 1870; Next 19 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (29)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 16 July 1870; Next 19 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

19 July 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
19 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (45)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 18 July 1870; Next 20 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (30)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 18 July 1870; Next 20 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

20 July 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
20 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (46)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 19 July 1870; Next 21 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (31)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 19 July 1870; Next 21 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

21 July 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
21 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (47)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 20 July 1870; Next 22 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (32)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 20 July 1870; Next 22 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

22 July 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
22 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (48)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 21 July 1870; Next 23 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (33)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 21 July 1870; Next 23 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

23 July 1870
Saturday  Evening
Adelphi
23 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (49)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 22 July 1870; Next 25 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (34)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 22 July 1870; Next 25 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

25 July 1870
Monday  Evening
Adelphi
25 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (50)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 23 July 1870; Next 26 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (35)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 23 July 1870; Next 26 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

26 July 1870
Tuesday  Evening
Adelphi
26 July 1870
announcement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (51)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 25 July 1870; Next 27 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (36)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 25 July 1870; Next 27 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

27 July 1870
Wednesday  Evening
Adelphi
27 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (52)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 26 July 1870; Next 28 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (37)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 26 July 1870; Next 28 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

28 July 1870
Thursday  Evening
Adelphi
28 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (53)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 27 July 1870; Next 29 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (38)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 27 July 1870; Next 29 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

29 July 1870
Friday  Evening
Adelphi
29 July 1870
advertisement
The London Times

1)  Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (54)

Performances:  First 28 May 1870; Previous 28 July 1870

Cast:

Guy Raby: John Chute
Mr. Frederick Coventry: Ashley
Mr. Cheetham: [John G.] Neville
Bayne: R. Phillips
Henry Little: Henry G. Neville
Mr. Grotail: G. F. Sinclair
Jobson: Saunders
Parkins: [James] Paulo
Redcar: Shaw
Putty Clarke: Stead
Sam Cole: George Pearce
Ransom: H[arwood] Cooper
Shifty Dick: Richmond Kyrle
Mrs. Little: Mrs. Leigh Murray
Grace Carden: Miss Margaret Young
Jael Dence: Miss Robertha Erskine

2)  The Robust Invalid (39)

Performances:  First 15 June 1870; Previous 28 July 1870

Cast:

Argan: [George J.] Vining
Beroalde: G. F. Sinclair
Diafoirus: George Pearce
Thomas Diafoirus: [William] Worboys
Purgon: Richmond Kyrle
Fleurant: H[arwood] Cooper
Cleantes: Ashley
Arnolde: Smithson
Madame Beline: Mlle. Constance Georgi
Angelique: Miss Phillis Glover
Louison: Miss Florence Terry
Toinette: Mrs. Seymour

General, Advertisement

Seasonal Summary

Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Doors open 6:30, curtain 7:00.

Ticket prices: royal circle and orchestra stall private boxes (for 6) 2 12s 6d, first circle private boxes (for 6) 2 guineas, amphitheatre private boxes (for 6) 1 11s 6d, family private boxes (for 4) 1 guinea, orchestra stalls 6/-, balcony dress circle stalls 5/-, first circle stalls 3/-, pit stalls 2/-, pit 1/6d, amphitheatre stalls 1/-, gallery 6d.

Seasonal Dates

2 Oct 1869 - 29 Jul 1870; 255 performances: 255 evening

Benefit (7):Benjamin N. Webster (23 Apr 1870)
John W. Anson (treasurer) (23 May 1870, 24 May 1870)
Miss Teresa E. Furtado (27 May 1870)
Mrs. Alfred Mellon (25 May 1870)
R. Phillips (stage mgr) (18 May 1870, 19 May 1870)
Dark (3):Ash Wednesday (2 Mar 1870)
Christmas (25 Dec 1869)
Good Friday (15 Apr 1870)

Theatre Management and Back Stage Personnel

Proprietors:Webster, Benjamin N.
House managers:Webster, Benjamin N.
Acting managers:Kinloch, John
Acting managers (assistant):Coleman, George (after 27 May)
Treasurers:Anson, John W.
Stage managers:Phillips, R.
Orchestra conductors and leaders:Ellis, Edwin
Ballet masters and mistresses:Cormack, John
Scene painters:Craven, Hawes
Maugham, William
Set decorators:Ireland, Thomas
Gas engineers:Bastard, George
Stage mechanics:Charker, Edward
Wardrobe (designers and executors):Aulph, Mrs.
Rayner, Miss E.
Printers:W. S. Johnson, 60, St. Martin's Lane (contractor)

Authors/Pieces

Boucicault, Dion L. Long Strike, The (29 Nov 1869)
Lost at Sea: A London Story (2 Oct 1869)
Brough, Robert B. Open to Conviction! (10 Jan 1870)
Brough, William Number One, Round the Corner (28 May 1870)
Buckstone, John B. Green Bushes, The; or, A Hundred Years Ago (27 May 1870)
Byron, Henry J. Blow for Blow (3 Mar 1870)
Enchanted Wood, The; or, The Three Transformed Princes (4 May 1870)
Lost at Sea: A London Story (2 Oct 1869)
Not Such a Fool As He Looks (17 Feb 1870)
Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside, The (23 Mar 1870)
Ellis, Edwin Enchanted Wood, The; or, The Three Transformed Princes (4 May 1870)
Long Strike, The (29 Nov 1869)
Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside, The (23 Mar 1870)
Fitzwilliam, Edward F. Green Bushes, The; or, A Hundred Years Ago (27 May 1870)
Harris, Augustus G. Too Much of a Good Thing (2 Oct 1869)
Lemon, Mark Domestic Economy (2 Oct 1869)
Mellon, Alfred Green Bushes, The; or, A Hundred Years Ago (27 May 1870)
Moliere Robust Invalid, The (15 Jun 1870)
Morton, John M. My Precious Betsy (1 Nov 1869)
Whitebait at Greenwich (23 Mar 1870)
Planché, James R. Loan of a Lover, The (4 Jun 1870)
Poole, John Paul Pry (25 May 1870)
Reade, Charles Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor (28 May 1870)
Robust Invalid, The (15 Jun 1870)
Robertson, Thomas W. Nightingale, The (15 Jan 1870)
Shakespeare, William Midsummer Night's Dream, A (27 May 1870)

Song Composers/Pieces

Bishop, Henry R. Spirits Advanced (27 May 1870)
Cooke, Thomas S. I Know a Bank (27 May 1870)
Love in Idleness (27 May 1870)
Ganz, Wilhelm Nightingale's Trill, The (14 Feb 1870)
Montgomery Over Hill, Over Dale (27 May 1870)
Unlisted Up and Down (27 May 1870)

Entertainment/Pieces

Unlisted Grand fairies revel (27 May 1870)

Spectacle/Pieces

Cormack, John Grand revel of the wood nymphs (4 May 1870)
Unlisted destruction of Jessop's museum, The (2 Oct 1869)
Explosion at the Star Wheel (28 May 1870)
Jane and her lover—the tryst (29 Nov 1869)
Murder, The (29 Nov 1869)
Woods began to move, The (4 May 1870)

Scenery Designer/Scenes

Unattributed 5 Years later Alice's lodgings (3 Mar 1870)
Alice's apartment in St. James (3 Mar 1870)
Attic floor and roofs of Love Lane, the (2 Oct 1869)
Bank and bank parlour, the (2 Oct 1869)
Bears' retreat, the (4 May 1870)
Cedars, The (28 May 1870)
Coventry's lodgings (28 May 1870)
Craddock's office at Portsmouth (3 Mar 1870)
Cutler's Arms, the (28 May 1870)
Eagles' haunt, the (4 May 1870)
Enchanted Wood, the (4 May 1870)
English home (15 Jan 1870)
Evening the gardens at Acton Villa (2 Oct 1869)
Exterior of Jessop's house, the (2 Oct 1869)
Exterior of The Cedars (28 May 1870)
Exterior of the Cutlers' Arms (28 May 1870)
Floral home of the forest fays (4 May 1870)
Forge, the (28 May 1870)
Franklin's villa at Acton (2 Oct 1869)
Fuller's Lane (29 Nov 1869)
Green room, the (23 Mar 1870)
Hall in the baron's mansion (4 May 1870)
Hungerford Bridge and the Thames (2 Oct 1869)
Interior of the Cutlers' Arms (28 May 1870)
Italian inn, the (15 Jan 1870)
Jessop's room in the Charing Cross Hotel (2 Oct 1869)
Laboratory, the (2 Oct 1869)
Lane, Ancoats (29 Nov 1869)
Little's cottage (28 May 1870)
Lodgings, Portsmouith, the (15 Jan 1870)
Lombard Street (2 Oct 1869)
Lost man's room, the (2 Oct 1869)
Love Lane, Lambeth (2 Oct 1869)
Miss Mountcashel's residence at Brompton (23 Mar 1870)
Moneypenny's office (29 Nov 1869)
Moorland by Cairnhope, the (28 May 1870)
Mr. Bristowe's villa (23 Mar 1870)
Next morning the prompter's lodgings, the (23 Mar 1870)
Night deserted church at Cairnhope (28 May 1870)
Noah's dwelling (29 Nov 1869)
Over Murgatroyd's office (17 Feb 1870)
Polygon stage door, the (23 Mar 1870)
Prompter's lodgings at Snaggleton, the (23 Mar 1870)
Railway station (29 Nov 1869)
Room at the Seven Stars (29 Nov 1869)
Room at the villa, a (2 Oct 1869)
Room in Jessop's house, a (2 Oct 1869)
Room in Radley's house, a (29 Nov 1869)
Seven years later the fishes' home (4 May 1870)
Sir Harry's country house (3 Mar 1870)
Six months later 27, Little Mogford Street (17 Feb 1870)
Six months later (28 May 1870)
Square, London, the (15 Jan 1870)
Star Wheel Works, the (28 May 1870)
Street, a (3 Mar 1870)
Street in Hillsboro, a (28 May 1870)
Street in Manchester (29 Nov 1869)
Telegraph office (29 Nov 1869)
Villa at Fulham, the (2 Oct 1869)
Village church, the (15 Jan 1870)
Villiers Street, Strand—Gatti's Concert Hall (2 Oct 1869)
Vision—the snow storm, the (28 May 1870)
Withy Lane (29 Nov 1869)
Woodbine Villa (28 May 1870)
Works of Messrs. Cheetham, Little, and Bayne, the (28 May 1870)
Year later Ernest's chambers, a (23 Mar 1870)
Year later Mrs. Merton's cottage, a (17 Feb 1870)
Zorneybock's sanctum (4 May 1870)

Pieces Performed and Summary Cast Lists

Blow for Blow

(Drama, 3 acts) by Byron, Henry J. (Author) (17 Performances, 3 Mar 1870 - 22 Mar 1870)

Summary Cast:

Domestic Economy

(Farce by Lemon, Mark (Author) (88 Performances, 2 Oct 1869 - 16 Feb 1870)

Summary Cast:

*  Enchanted Wood, The; or, The Three Transformed Princes

(Extravaganza by Byron, Henry J. (Author); Ellis, Edwin (Composer) (20 Performances, 4 May 1870 - 26 May 1870)

Summary Cast:

Green Bushes, The; or, A Hundred Years Ago

(Drama, 3 acts) by Buckstone, John B. (Author) (1 Performances, 27 May 1870)

Summary Cast:

Loan of a Lover, The

(Vaudeville by Planché, James R. (Author) (9 Performances, 4 Jun 1870 - 14 Jun 1870)

Summary Cast:

Long Strike, The

(Drama, 3 acts) by Boucicault, Dion L. (Author); Ellis, Edwin (Composer) (40 Performances, 29 Nov 1869 - 14 Jan 1870)

Summary Cast:

*  Lost at Sea: A London Story

(Drama, 4 acts) by Boucicault, Dion L. (Author); Byron, Henry J. (Author) (78 Performances, 2 Oct 1869 - 8 Jan 1870)

Summary Cast:

Midsummer Night's Dream, A

(Comedy, 2d & 3d acts only) by Shakespeare, William (Author) (1 Performances, 27 May 1870)

Summary Cast:

My Precious Betsy

(Farce by Morton, John M. (Author) (65 Performances, 1 Nov 1869 - 3 May 1870)

Summary Cast:

*  Nightingale, The

(Drama, 5 acts) by Robertson, Thomas W. (Author) (39 Performances, 15 Jan 1870 - 1 Mar 1870)

Summary Cast:

Not Such a Fool As He Looks

(Comedy, 3 acts) by Byron, Henry J. (Author) (28 Performances, 17 Feb 1870 - 22 Mar 1870)

Summary Cast:

Number One, Round the Corner

(Farce by Brough, William (Author) (6 Performances, 28 May 1870 - 3 Jun 1870)

Summary Cast:

Open to Conviction!

(Farce by Brough, Robert B. (Author) (44 Performances, 10 Jan 1870 - 1 Mar 1870)

Summary Cast:

Paul Pry

(Comedy, 2 acts) by Poole, John (Author) (1 Performances, 25 May 1870)

Summary Cast:

*  Prompter's Box! A Story of the Footlights and the Fireside, The

(Drama, 4 acts) by Byron, Henry J. (Author); Ellis, Edwin (Composer) (55 Performances, 23 Mar 1870 - 26 May 1870)

Summary Cast:

Put Yourself in His Place; or, Free Labor

(Drama, 4 acts) by Reade, Charles (Author) (54 Performances, 28 May 1870 - 29 Jul 1870)

Summary Cast:

Robust Invalid, The

(Comedy by Reade, Charles (Adapter); Moliere (Author) (39 Performances, 15 Jun 1870 - 29 Jul 1870)

Summary Cast:

Too Much of a Good Thing

(Farce by Harris, Augustus G. (Author) (59 Performances, 2 Oct 1869 - 26 May 1870)

Summary Cast:

Whitebait at Greenwich

(Farce by Morton, John M. (Author) (20 Performances, 23 Mar 1870 - 14 Apr 1870)

Summary Cast:

Genres

Actors

Aldridge

Andrews

Arthur

Ashley

Askel

Atkins, Edward

Batty

Belmore, George G.

Beveridge, James D.

Blanchard, Master

Byron, Henry J.

Chute, John

Clarke, John

Conran, F.

Cooper

Cooper, Harwood

Cox

Cox, C.

Eburne, William H.

Hawthorne

Jones

Kyrle, Richmond

Locksley, C.

Mathews

Moore

Moreland, Frank

Morris

Neville, Henry G.

Neville, John G.

Paulo, James

Pearce, George

Phillips, R.

Powell, Arthur W.

Powell, J.

Powell, W.

Richards

Rignold, William H.

Robinson

Romer, Robert

Rushton

Saunders

Shaw

Sidney, Master

Sinclair, G. F.

Skinner

Skinner, G.

Smith, Christopher J.

Smithson

Stead

Stephenson, Charles H.

Stirling, Arthur

Stuart

Sydney, Master

Taylor, James G.

Tomlin, E.

Toole, John L.

Unlisted

Vining, George J.

Webster, Benjamin N.

Worboys, William

Wright

Actresses

Billington, Mrs. John

Caulfield, Mrs. John

Cecil, Miss

Conran, Miss

Conran, Mrs.

Erskine, Miss Robertha

Furtado, Miss Teresa E.

Gates, Miss

Gates, Mrs.

Georgi, Mlle. Constance

Glover, Miss Phillis

Grahame, Miss

Grey, Miss Lennox

Harris, Miss Maria

Harris, Miss Nelly

Johnstone, Miss Eliza

Josephs, Miss Patti

Lavis, Miss

Leclercq, Miss Rose

Manley, Miss

Mellon, Mrs. Alfred

Mellor, Miss R.

Montgomery, Miss Madge

Murray, Mrs. Leigh

Scott, Miss

Seymour, Mrs.

Shelly, Miss Clara

Stoker, Miss

Stoker, Mrs.

Terry, Miss Florence

Thorne, Miss Clara

Turtle, Miss

Turtle, Miss E.

Young, Miss Margaret

Singers

Ashley

Furtado, Miss Teresa E.

Glover, Miss Phillis

Scott, Miss

General Music Composers/Pieces

Auber, Daniel F. Ambassadrice, L' (29 Nov 1869)
Bosisio, Sig. Elisire D'Amore, L' (15 Jan 1870)
Ellis, Edwin Lost at Sea (2 Oct 1869)
Flotow, Friedrich F. Alesandro Stradella (15 Jan 1870)
Gounod, Charles F. Reine de Saba, La (2 Oct 1869)
Gungl, Herr Joseph Waffenruf (29 Nov 1869)
Herold, L. Ferdinand Pre aux Clercs, Le (15 Jan 1870)
Hetsch Operatic medley (15 Jan 1870)
Kucken, Friedrich W. Polonaise (2 Oct 1869)
Lamotta, A. Diable a Quatre, Le (29 Nov 1869)
Lumbye, Hans C. Kroll's Ball Klange (29 Nov 1869)
Millars, Haydn Sadowa (15 Jan 1870)
Rossini, Gioacchino A. Barbiere di Seviglia, Il (29 Nov 1869)
Strauss, Johann, Jr. Waves and Billows, The (2 Oct 1869)
Thomas, C. Ambroise Caid, Le (15 Jan 1870)
Unlisted Martha (29 Nov 1869)
Weber, Carl M. Preciosa (2 Oct 1869)



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